Innovation Partnerships | An iProcureNet webinar

Innovation Partnerships | An iProcureNet webinar

We are excited to announce iProcureNet is organising a public webinar on Innovation Partnerships.

When: Thursday 29 October, 12-1:15pm CET
Where: online
Who: anyone interested in public and innovation procurement
How much: it’s free!

Event postsThe uptake of the innovation partnerships procedure by public authorities has been rather limited to date. In this webinar session, iProcureNet brings three prestigious contributors including speakers having direct experience of Innovation Partnerships:

Carmen Matei, Policy Officer at DG GROW, European Commission

Claire Gamage, Senior Associate at Bird & Bird, Specialist in Procurement and State aid law

Thomas Schuhmacher, HoD at the German Meteorological Service (DWD)

The session will be facilitated by Gaynor Whyles from JERA Consulting.

Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3j9JtpF

The connection link will be sent to registered participants on the day before the webinar.

First iProcureNet Brief is out: COVID-19 emergency procurement in the EU

First iProcureNet Brief is out: COVID-19 emergency procurement in the EU

The COVID-19 pandemic created unseen challenges for the procurement of medical and other material necessary to contain the crisis.

iProcureNet is a network of European public procurers, all of them facing the challenge of medical equipment becoming scarce due to shortage of offer coupled with colossal demand from numerous countries worldwide. Here, five of them share their experiences and recommendations for the future.

Download the brief here.

iProcureNet @ Nordic Public Procurement Forum 2020

iProcureNet @ Nordic Public Procurement Forum 2020

Mari Ann Simovart from the University of Tartu, member of the iProcureNet consortium, will speak at the 15th Nordic Public Procurement (NPP) forum held from 24 to 27 November 2020 in Copenhagen.

The Nordic Public Procurement forum is the most important independent public procurement event in Northern Europe. The scope of NPP 2020 is to give you thorough insight on the implications of the EU Public Procurement Directives, access to the latest research, knowledge and inspiration through relevant case experiences and an update on recent developments in case law of the Court of Justice in the field of PP.

A unique opportunity to learn more about the legal feasibility study conducted within iProcureNet!

More information on the NPP here.

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