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On 15 June 2021, a webinar entitled “Bid Challenges: International Perspectives” will be held, organised by King’s College, London and George Washington University Law School. Katarzyna Kuźma, Partner in DZP’s Infrastructure and Energy Practice, will be a speaker at this virtual event.
Since the first bid protest decision at the U.S. Government Accounting Office in 1926, bid challenges have spread around the world to become critical parts of most procurement systems. In an important study underway this summer, the United States will be assessing a basic question in bid challenges: their purpose. Are bid challenge procedures intended to remedy harms to bidders, or are they early-warning systems intended to make the public procurement system work better?
Join a free hourlong webinar in which leading procurement lawyers and academics from around the world will join to discuss these basic questions:
This will be the first global webinar of its kind on bid challenges — a unique opportunity to gain international perspectives on bid protest practice.
Date and time: June 15, 2021, 9:00 Eastern US, 14:00 UK, 15:00 CET
The webinar will be held in English.
For more information and to register, please visit the Public Procurement International’s website: https://publicprocurementinternational.com/webinar-bid-challenges-international/
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