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Romania called on to comply with EU rules on public procurement

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The European Commission has called on Romania to comply with EU rules on public procurement in connection with a contract awarded by the municipal authorities of sector 3 of the city of Bucharest. The contract, worth around €110m, has been... (Continue reading)

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Commission closes infringement case on UK

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The European Commission has closed an infringement case against the UK in recognition that UK national legislation has now been changed to properly implement EU rules on ePrivacy and data protection on the confidentiality of communications such as email or... (Continue reading)

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European Commission starts legal action against Hungary

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The European Commission has started legal action against Hungary over new legislation that came into force at the beginning of the year under Hungary’s new constitution. Following several exchanges with the Hungarian authorities on the drafts of the new legislation... (Continue reading)

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EC closes investigations into Czech defence contract

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The European Commission has today closed the case against the Czech Republic for breaching EU public procurement rules when it purchased four military transport aircraft in 2009.  The Czech authorities directly awarded the public contract without EU-wide tendering procedures. Following... (Continue reading)

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Commission requests Greece to ensure full compliance with EU rules

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The European Commission has requested Greece to ensure full compliance with EU rules on public procurement as regards exemptions in Greek legislation for the tendering of public works.  The Commission is concerned that these exemptions allow the Greek authorities to... (Continue reading)

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Malta to amend its public procurement legislation

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Malta has been requested by the European Commission to amend its public procurement legislation, in particular its national review procedures concerning decisions to award public contracts.  The Commission is concerned that these rules do not conform to the Remedies Directive... (Continue reading)

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Greece to ensure fair access to public contracts

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The European Commission has requested that Greece ensure full compliance with EU rules on public procurement as regards the purchase of an information system for the Social Security Foundation (IKA). In 2009, IKA launched an open public tender for the... (Continue reading)

The Netherlands asked to respect procurement rules

The Netherlands has been requested by the European Commission to respect EU rules on public procurement when awarding contracts for processing and transporting of used paper. This would ensure that used paper processing and transport companies throughout the EU have... (Continue reading)

Germany requested to take on board procurement rules

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The European Commission has requested Germany to respect EU rules on public procurement concerning a waste disposal contract in Sachsen-Anhalt. This would ensure that other waste disposal companies have an opportunity to seek this business and German taxpayers have the... (Continue reading)

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EU Commission acts to ensure fair access to IT services in Italy

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The European Commission has requested Italy to comply with EU rules on public procurement – the spending of public money by public authorities – as regards the award of information technology (IT) service contracts by the Italian Region of Molise.... (Continue reading)

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