Links I Liked [Public Procurement]

1. A settlement under an existing public contract could result in the complete re-tendering of the contract

2. New Belgian public procurement directives implemented

3. Nationalists would implement transparent digital public procurement system in Malta. Well, it has to happen by 2018 anyway. Same party also wants to spend 25% of procurement spend with SMEs.

4. Indian Government creates "Make in India" local preference (20%) for public contracts. What can go wrong?

5. Macau considers new public procurement law to "reduce tendency of public departments to split up service contracts, thereby avoiding the need for tendering". Funny how the same problems/strategies can crop up anywhere in the world...