Public procurement in the UK

A practice note looking at the public procurement regime that applies in England and Wales. It includes a review of who must comply, contract thresholds, in-house contract award, the obligations if the rules do apply and the remedies for a failure to comply with the rules.

Simon Taylor, Keating Chambers and Christopher Brennan, Wragge & Co LLP and PLC Public Sector


 

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