European Public Procurement and State Aid rules follow the same goal: to prevent distortions to competition in the European marked that can be caused by public authorities. To protect competition, contracting authorities must be aware of de minimis rules, SGEI, GBER, Guidelines and notification procedures as well as of public procurement rules. The correct use of public procurement rules within the state aid regime demands the acquaintance with relevant procedures as well as awareness of the potential violation risks and know-how in recovery from unlawful aid.
This hybrid workshop is designed to provide you with the essential knowledge of public procurement and state aid rules and equip you with practical tips to comply with them in your daily work. Recent Case Law and practical exercises will deepen the theory.
Starting from € 990,- (excl. VAT)
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