In the wake of the enormous changes introduced by the 2014 Directives, the world of European Public Procurement is constantly adapting to new practices, needs and technologies. This issue of the European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review presents expert analyses on some of these matters: the question of Harmonisation of Article 12 Directive 2014/24 implementatinos, on exemptions at the national level; the Impact of EU Data Protection rules in face of the WTO’s Agreement on Government Procurement; Competition and Public Procurement in Serbia; and the application of Blockchain in Procurement.
This issue also brings an annotation on the CJEU’s judgment on Case C-264/18 P.M. and Others.
The latest developments in Slovenia feature in our Reports section.
View all articles of EPPPL 3/2019.