- Practical issues in applying Public Procurement rules
- Public Procurement requirements in the GBER
- Avoidance of State aid in the procurement of goods and services
- Use of competitive procedures in the sale of State assets
- Selection of pilot and demonstration projects in the energy field
- Selection of fund managers in the risk finance field
- Selection of infrastructure operators
Methodology & Structure
- The training will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the current State aid and Public Procurement laws
- Various presentations, practical exercises and group work will enable you to to get a deep understanding when applying State aid rules in the case of Public Procurement.
- Participate in interactive sessions and exercises on compliance with State aid and Public Procurement rules.
- This training will be conducted by Public Procurement Expert Chris Bovis, State aid Expert Phedon Nicolaides, in addition to EU and Member States’ institutions.
Participants will receive extensive materials:
All presentations shown during the training (inclusive online access to all presentations after the training) Selection of corresponding journals published by Lexxion Confirmations of participation.
Course Material – No need to miss anything!
If you are unable to make it to the Training, you may want to order a copy of the printed material including the access data to all presentations shown during the events. The price is € 199,- (each, excl. of VAT).
If interested, please contact Mariell Raisma.
Who should participate?
This interactive event is intended for officials and professionals dealing with State aid and/or Public Procurement or are working on projects that may involve State aid or Public Procurement from :
- Ministries and other national authorities
- National Competition Authorities
- State Aid Monitoring Offices
- Courts of Auditors
- Regional governments
- Communal and city councils
- National and regional development agencies
Managing Authorities and Intermediate Bodies involved in granting State aid in sectors such as: Transport and infrastructure; finance; environment and energy; telecommunication and broadband; social services and health; agriculture; research, development & innovation
But also experts from:
- Institutions coordinating the national strategies for ESI Funds
- Managing, certifying and audit authorities
- Intermediate bodies
- Bodies implementing EU funded projects
as well as:
- Lawyers and consultants
- Experts from public and private banks