European Governments are advising their public procurement bodies how to conduct business during the crisis – from issuing public procurement procedures, their evaluation and their award as smoothly as possible without public officials meeting in person, to temporarily accepting digital bank guarantees. And some believe governments generally will come out of this crisis with more flexible public procurement systems:

Europe’s public procurement impact is here

Malta’s situation is explained here with the Dept of Contracts circular here

The UK’s measures for public procurement is here

Politico has a good run down by country of what measures are being taken generally here

Government Entities Face an eProcurement Wake-Up Call

 

 

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