If a company wishes to provide certain services to the government, it must comply with public contract regulations. Strict compliance with the specific rules and procedures is crucial in this respect. The training course “Legislation on Public Contracts” offers an introduction to public contract legislation and goes into the practical concepts and procedural knowledge.
This is above all a practical training course – very hands-on and not about too legal-based – which will give you an insight into the terminology, the different procurement procedures and the related steps, the selection and award criteria and many practical aspects.
(Interim) Managers who are active within or work closely with:
Sales Managers with clients in the public sector
Managers who want to follow up and challenge their buyers
The following topics will be discussed:
What is a public contract
Public contract or concession
Which articles apply to services, supplies or works
Conduct of a procedure
Duration of the contract
the UEA or Uniform European Tender Document
Payments (in advance)
short introduction to e-procurement
Anja Palmaerts, director APeXPRO, expert in procurement
This is a one-day training. In addition to the explanation of the various topics – made clear with concrete examples – Anja Palmaerts extensively handles all your questions about specific situations. You can pass these on beforehand and clarify them during the training.
Every participant will receive a digital version of the training material and a booklet on dealing with government contracts.
BDO is a training provider recognised by the Flemish Government (recognition number BDO Advisory DV.O242158). If you are following a course on customs, VAT and excise regulations, be aware that BDO has obtained accreditation with regard to the submission of customs declarations. SMEs can make use of subsidies via the SME portfolio. You can save up to 30% on a training course! Companies falling under PC 226 can also benefit from the Logos subsidy. A combination of different subsidies is often possible. More info here.