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The European Commission has published guidance on co-operative procurement within defence and security. It will help member states apply the Defence Procurement Directive consistently and make use of the co-operation possibilities it offers, facilitating their participation in collaborative defence projects under the future European Defence Fund and its current precursor programmes. It provides practical information on cooperative procurement between two or more Member States and promotes openness in defence markets, while respecting the security interests of individual member states. More details on eureporter.

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