Public Procurement & PPP Law

Procurement procedures and public-private partnerships (PPPs) are two major legal and policy instruments of public sector management which link the public and private sectors and provide for the procedural and substantive interactions that are necessary for the effective and efficient delivery of public services.
Since 2005 Lexxion Publisher has established the European Procurement & Public-Private Partnership Law Review observing and commenting on relevant national, regional and international contemporary legal and policy trends. On top of that, we organise different expert events in a variety of formats. Share and sharpen your expertise with us!

Improvement and Best Practices in E-Procurement Systems

7 – 8 April | Florence & Online

Effective E-Procurement can provide a wide variety of benefits including more efficiency and savings for governments and businesses. The potential cost savings are massive, as stated by the European Commission. In Italy alone, e-procurement systems cut over €3 billion in costs. This Workshop is made for people with advanced knowledge in E-Procurement

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Fundamentals of Green Public Procurement

19 – 20 May | Lisbon & Online

Green Public Procurement has a major impact on the sustainability efforts of the EU. By purchasing environmental friendly products, services and works, public authorities, who are the biggest consumer can make a significant contribution to sustainable production and consumption.

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Journals

EPPPL – European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review

Events | Public Procurement & PPP Law

Books

Einführung in das Vergaberecht

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