identify you. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy
If you want to use the sites without cookies or would like to know more, you can do that here.
Select regions whose content you would like to see
Showing page 1 of 9
21 Dec 2012
The Government and local authorities will be able to invest in broadband infrastructure to significantly enhance the speed of services available in areas where there is existing private sector presence under exceptional circumstances, the European Commission...
14 Dec 2012
Apple and four major publishers have reached a settlement with the European Commission over claims that the companies had engaged anti-competitively in relation to the sale of electronic books (e-books).
13 Dec 2012
Public sector bodies and consultants' firms need to have a clear audit trail to show that they have considered potential issues that could crop up during a procurement process, including conflicts of interest, an expert has said.
11 Dec 2012
The Government has indicated that procuring authorities will have to compensate bidders on projects cancelled because they fail to meet the strict 18-month deadline set out in its proposed replacement to the private finance initiative (PFI).
10 Dec 2012
The European Commission has served fines totalling more than €1.47 billion to six companies it said had operated in at least one of two global cartels where prices for cathode ray tubes (CRT) were fixed.
07 Dec 2012
A major drugs company has lost its appeal against a ruling by an EU court which had ordered it to pay €52.5 million for abusing a dominant market position in the market for ulcer medicines.
The failure of essential safeguards intended to prevent poor decisions on major projects will result in a "significant" final bill to the taxpayer for the failed West Coast procurement, according to the public spending watchdog.
Allowing Virgin to continue to run rail services on the West Coast Main Line for up to two years ahead of a full retender for the route is the "right solution", an expert has said.
06 Dec 2012
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has claimed that a Chinese telecoms firm and its subsidiary engaged in a decade-long price fixing conspiracy that caused HP to overpay for display screens.
The Government will consult on using the procurement process to deter tax avoidance and evasion according to the Chancellor of Exchequer's Autumn Statement. It is envisaged that the arrangements will come into effect from 1 April 2013