On 19 January 2017, three members of the European Procurement Law Group – Roberto Caranta (Italy), Kirsi-Maria Halonen (Finland) and Piotr Bogdanowicz participated in the International Public Procuremet Conference “New Public Procurement Law: Simpler and More Flexible?” held in Tallinn, Estonia.
The conference was organized by COBALT Estonia, Estonian Ministry of Finance and Tartu University. More than 250 participants, including representatives of the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Commission, academics, government officials and practitioners, discussed topics related to transposition of the 2014 directives.
Roberto Caranta made a presentation on “Self-cleaning experience”, the title of Kirsi-Maria Halonen’s presentation was “Recent developments in Finland regarding policies within public procurement”, and Piotr Bogdanowicz talked on “Modification of contracts during their term under the 2014 public procurement directives – a missed opportunity?”.
Here are a few pictures of the event.