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On 10 November 2020 join AIJA’s Commission Month and participate in the Commission Day organised by the Public Procurement interest group – an on-line event devoted entirely to hot topics in public procurement. Katarzyna Kuźma, Partner in DZP’s Infrastructure & Energy Practice, is part of the organising committee of the Public Procurement Law Day. During the event, she will participate in a session on pitfalls in joint bidding.
About the Public Procurement Law Day:
With these series of sessions, AIJA would like to introduce public procurement issues to AIJA’s agenda, as they are of increasing importance for the business community worldwide:
Come and join AIJA’s effort to building this new and exciting Commission aimed at connecting anyone interested in any form of public procurement, be it by States or multinational organizations such as multilateral development banks!
AIJA is looking forward to meeting old and new friends in the course of speed networking and our own interest group meeting.
About the session on pitfalls in joint bidding [13.00 – 14.00]:
Joint bidding in public procurement procedures (usually in the form of consortia or via subcontracting) is a very common business practice all over the world. There are numerous business and legal reasons for which contractors may wish to join forces. However, in the context of public procurement, parties should not enter into such an agreement, without any prior reflection about the legal and operational consequences of competing for a public contract jointly.
During the webinar, the speakers will discuss the challenges related to the joint bidding:
More information on the speakers, the schedule and registration details can be found on AIJA’s website: https://www.aija.org/en/event-detail/574
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