The coronavirus pandemic has led to challenges in the procurement law landscape for governments around the world, both in terms of urgent new purchases and changes to existing public contracts. This procurement guide explains what 50 countries and multinational organisations are doing in respect of issues such as maximising use of exemptions within the law, and addressing practicalities such as prompt payment or fair compensation for contracts suspended due to COVID-19.
We care about and are invested in the success and well-being of our clients and our communities all over the world. As part of our service to them, we developed this global repository of Insights, Events and Contacts to deliver our proven guidance and direction during these difficult times.
The speed and scale of the Coronavirus pandemic means that governments are having to act quickly. National policies can change daily, and emergency powers are being used to pass legislation. Some of these changes will have an immediate impact on your business. Find out more about our monitoring service.
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