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Treaty Compliance: Rebooting Public Sector Procurement

Date:   Sep 10, 2018 - Sep 11, 2018
Time:   9:00 AM (EDT)
Location:   SCMAO
1 Dundas St W, Suite 2704
Toronto, ON

The Treaty Compliance: Rebooting Public Sector Procurement seminar covers recent trade treaty developments flowing out of the new Canadian Free Trade Agreement and Canada-Europe Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement that came into force in 2017.

These changes are more comprehensive than anything we’ve seen over the last 25 years. Will you be ready?

This seminar is essential training for procurement professionals practicing in the public sector and covers the following topics:

(1) open and fair competition;

(2) anti-avoidance rules and exemptions;

(3) the new bid dispute regime;

(4) the CITT as a case study in treaty enforcement and in interpreting the treaty requirements. 

This seminar will provide practical recommendations on how to deal with key change areas with a special focus on how the new treaties rules impact posting requirements, debriefings, bidder pre-qualifications and framework agreements, and evaluation record keeping.

Price: 

$945.00 + tax for member

 

$1145.00 + tax for non-member

 


About the Instructor

 

Paul Emanuelli is in his twentieth year practicing public procurement law. He has extensive experience working with all levels of the public sector on treaty compliance issues. Paul is the General Counsel and Managing Director of the Procurement Law Office. He has been ranked by Who’s Who Legal as one of the ten leading public procurement lawyers in the world and his firm was selected by Global Law Experts and Corporate International as Canada’s top public procurement law firm. Paul hosts the Procurement Law Update webinar series and has trained and presented to thousands of procurement professionals from hundreds of institutions across Canada and internationally.  This course will feature brand new content from the just-released fourth edition of his Government Procurement textbook.

 

 

 


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