Fernando Mejía Méndez
is a partner and the head of procurement and administrative law at Mejía, Guizar y Kargl. In the field of procurement, he has participated in federal and state projects, advising companies on projects related to entities such as the Secretariat of Communications and Transport, the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit, and the Ministry of Health. He advises not only private companies, but also public entities on tender procedures. He has completed postgraduate studies in dispute resolution, public procurement and environmental law, and has been a professor and adjunct professor at some of the most prestigious universities in Mexico, including Anahuac University, Cancun and the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City.
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