In 2019, the European Commission alone spent more than €3 billion on public procurement. The contracts of the European institutions are therefore opportunities to be seized.

Only few companies are familiar though with the specific legal regime that applies to the conclusion and execution of public contracts of the European institutions.

In their blog post, published on the website of the IBJ-IJE (Instituut voor bedrijfsjuristen - Institut des juristes d'entreprise), Jens Mosselmans and Maxime Vanderstraeten of our Public & Regulatory department provide practical advice to help engage in tendering for European institutions.

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