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Government Procurement Review: Austria

Providing context for critical legal developments in the field of procurement law

The Government Procurement Review: Austria provides an annual survey of the most consequential legal developments in government procurement and their practical impact on contractors, suppliers and service providers. It offers insightful analysis of the key features of the procurement regime in Austria in this chapter, including:

  • relevant authorities
  • bidding procedures and eligibility
  • award criteria and mechanisms to challenge awards
  • and more

From key sources of law to a forward-looking outlook

Wolf Theiss procurement expert Philipp J. Marboe provides a year in review, which outlines the most important developments from the past year, including two rulings which stood out in light of their relevance both to contracting authorities and to economic operators.

After covering the scope of procurement regulation and special contractural forms, details are provided on the bidding process, eligibility, award, information flow and challenging awards.

Finally, a forward-looking outlook is provided to see what it on the horizon for procurment law in Austria in the coming year.

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Government Procurement Review: Austria

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