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Various irregularities can occur in public procurement procedures resulting in breach of both public procurement law and competition law. One of the most serious breaches of this type is bid rigging. This kind of illegal practice harms not only competition on the market or for a market, but also all participants. Due to the far-reaching negative effects of this type of conduct, combating bid rigging has become one of the priorities of many authorities, including the President of the Competition and Consumer Protection Office (UOKiK), the President of the Public Procurement Office and law enforcement agencies.
Effective advice on bid rigging in public procurement procedures requires expertise in the area of antitrust law and public procurement law at both national and EU level. The combination of experience in these two areas of the law enables comprehensive advice to be provided to entities participating in the public procurement market. DZP's experts in antitrust and public procurement law understand the interconnectedness of their specialisations. An interdisciplinary team led by Katarzyna Kuźma (public procurement) and Jarosław Łukawski (competition law) provides advice to contractors and contracting authorities in the following areas:
Event | 06.10.2020 The Office of Suspension and Debarment is excited to announce a virtual version of the Fifth International Debarment Colloquium in late September and early October 2020.
Event | 30.09.2020 Join a free webinar with European and U.S. experts to discuss international developments in “green procurement” on Wednesday, 30 September 2020 — 9 am ET/15:00 CET.