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Preventing Bid Rigging in Public Procurement


Handel, Wirtschaft, Finanzen, Banken & Versicherungen
25.11.2013 - 26.11.2013
DE-10115 Berlin
Bid Rigging, price fixing and illegal agreements between competitors in the public procurement procedures are a great threat for public institutions. The result of Bid Rigging are overpriced government contracts which are inacceptable, especially in times of austerity and decreasing public budgets.

Preventive measures have to be taken in order to avoid and deter instances of bidders’ collusion and bid rigging in public procurements. A pro-active approach in this field generates savings, improves budgets and the reputation of public authorities.

The European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law invites all professionals responsible for procurements, antitrust and competition in public institutions and organisations to this practical seminar, that will give them an opportunity to advance their skills on identifying risk areas and warning signals in the field of bid rigging and collusion.

Leading experts from:

• European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (ERBD), Procurement
• Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Procurement
• Swedish Competition Authority, Department for Enforcement of Public Procurement Laws
• Irish Competition Authority, Cartels Division
• Polish Ministry of Economy, Economic Regulation Improvement Department
• West Sussex County Council, Procurement & Contract Services Division

will teach the participants:

• What are the most common collusive bid rigging schemes and how to prevent them
• How to use the right investigation methods
• How to spot bid rigging in the pre-contract stage
• How to determine whether a form of subcontracting fulfils the criteria of bid rigging
• What are the most common bid suppression schemes
• How to create profound indicators that will help to identify collusive behaviour
• How to counteract bid rotation schemes
• What are the best practices and prevention techniques to avoid big rigging
• What are the most dangerous risks of the technical specification outsourcing
Eingestellt am: 02.04.2021 von: Asya Ognyanova.

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