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Briefing on the new EU Procurement Directives
Barbara Linehan, EU Procurement expert
5 June 2014
As most of those involved in the public procurement procurement will be aware, the EU has recently introduced 3 new EU directives on the subject of public procurement. Taken together these 3 directives represent a reform of public procurement rules across the EU.
The directives which were issued by the European Commission are:
- Award of Concession Contracts
- Public Procurement
- Procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors.
Ahead of their introduction into Irish law, the CIF has arranged a briefing to explain the new directives and the various provisions they contain. We are delighted to announce that arguably the pre-eminent expert on EU procurement policy, Ms. Barbara Linehan, will provide a briefing for our members on all aspects of the directives and what they will mean for Irish construction companies.
Like our most recent briefing with Paul Quinn, we expect a large attendance at this event, so early booking is advised.
To book your place just follow the details below.
This is a free CIF event open to all CIF members. However, like all CIF briefings, it will only proceed if sufficient numbers register to attend in advance.
Please note a certificate of attendance will be issued to all those who register in advance and attend the briefing.
If you would like to register please email [email protected]
Venue – Construction House, Canal Road, Dublin 6.
Date – 5 June 2014
8.00am – 8:30am Registration and Networking
8:30am – 9.15am Briefing by Barbara Linehan
9.15am – 9.30am Q&A
Reserve a place
To reserve a place please email [email protected] or call on 01 4066028
About Barbara Linehan
Barbara Linehan is an expert in EU procurement law and is heavily involved with the European Commission and with FIEC, the European Construction Industry Federation. Ms Linehan is the author of the Guide to Procurement Law prepared for the Construction Industry Federation and the National Roads Authority, which was published by Arthur Cox Solicitors.
She focuses on those areas of EU law and policy that impact on the procurement of major projects, in particular on EU public procurement law. Ms. Linehan works with a range of public and private sector clients across Europe.