Public Procurement & Government Contracts 2021

The new Public Procurement & Government Contracts 2021 guide features 13 jurisdictions. The guide provides the latest legal information on the entities and types of contracts subject to procurement regulation, tender procedures, evaluation criteria, transparency obligations and review procedures.

Last Updated: April 07, 2021

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Pinsent Masons has one of the largest and most dynamic procurement practices in the UK and Europe. The practice spans all major sectors, including regeneration, defence, transport, energy, water and infrastructure, and advises both regulated procurers as well as suppliers bidding for public or regulated utility contracts. The practice is recognised for its ability to provide practical and commercially focused advice on complex procurements across the UK and abroad. Contentious and non-contentious procurement lawyers in the team work closely together to ensure that clients are provided with innovative strategic advice that anticipates and minimises legal risks. The team covers a diversity of matters, covering all aspects of procurement regulation, including the highly specialised defence sector, utility procurements in the transport, energy and water sectors, major central government procurements as well as local authority, health and education sector procurements. The team also advises clients on all aspects of the World Trade Organization’s plurilateral Agreement on Government Procurement.


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Pinsent Masons has one of the largest and most dynamic procurement practices in the UK and Europe. The practice spans all major sectors, including regeneration, defence, transport, energy, water and infrastructure, and advises both regulated procurers as well as suppliers bidding for public or regulated utility contracts. The practice is recognised for its ability to provide practical and commercially focused advice on complex procurements across the UK and abroad. Contentious and non-contentious procurement lawyers in the team work closely together to ensure that clients are provided with innovative strategic advice that anticipates and minimises legal risks. The team covers a diversity of matters, covering all aspects of procurement regulation, including the highly specialised defence sector, utility procurements in the transport, energy and water sectors, major central government procurements as well as local authority, health and education sector procurements. The team also advises clients on all aspects of the World Trade Organization’s plurilateral Agreement on Government Procurement.