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The New Public Procurement Directives and the PPC: Practical Implications of EU Law on the Portuguese Public Procurement Code journal article

Pedro Melo, Diogo Duarte de Campos, Carla Machado

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 7 (2012), Issue 2, Page 105 - 109

I. Introduction With this article, we intend to provide a general overview of the practical implications of the recent proposal for new Public Procurement Directives on the Portuguese Public Procurement Code (“PPC”). Public contracts are undoubtedly one of the main instruments for the implementation of the Europe 2020 strategy. According to the explanatory memorandum of the amendment of Directives 2004/17/ CE and 2004/18/CE of the European Parliament


Public Procurement in Portugal: The State of the Art and the Way Forward journal article

Pedro Melo, Diogo Duarte de Campos, Carla Machado

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 6 (2011), Issue 4, Page 196 - 200

In this article the authors analyse some innovations of the Portuguese Public Procurement Code in relation to the European Union Public Contracts Directives (Directive 2004/17/CE and Directive 2004/18/CE), with a view to providing the reader with a general overview of such Code. Moreover, the authors describe all measures that will be implemented by the Portuguese Government, as well as the changes already implemented following the Memorandum of Understanding (in co


PPPs in Portugal – a Solid Concept journal article

Maria Castelos, Pedro Melo

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 1 (2006), Issue 1, Page 5

EPPPL 1|2006 PPPs in Portugal – a Solid Concept 19 I. Introduction While modern Public Private Partnerships (“PPPs”) in Portugal started in the early 1990s, the related legal concept of a “concession” – as a coalition of public and private entities based on a long-term contractual relationship, where the rights and obligations of both parties are set out in order to implement a public service – has been used for a long time. Initial concessions w

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