European Court of Justice and Public Procurement Law Recent Rulings
© Wasteconsult International (5/2017)
Public procurement law in European Union member states is strongly shaped by EU law. A contracting state may or (the court of last resort) must be able to refer a case to the European Court of Justice for preliminary ruling where a question of interpretation of European law is raised. This ensures uniform Europe-wide interpretation of EU procurementlaw. Furthermore, the European Commission can launch infringement proceedings against a member state that has infringed EU public procurement law.

Project Implementation and Project-related Quality Management
© TK Verlag - Fachverlag für Kreislaufwirtschaft (3/2010)
In certain respects, every project is unique: The problem, the technical and financial framework conditions, the solution-approaches, the parties involved and the time frame are different with every project. And yet most projects also have certain similarities which can be summarised into models and systematic sequences in terms of a synthesis.



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