The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): A Practical Guide. Peter Carey is a Solicitor and Consultant to London law firm Charles Russell Speechleys, Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics, and Senior Lecturer at PDP Training.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): A Practical Guide. He is described by the British Computer Society as 'one of Europe's leading data protection experts. He advises on all aspects of data protection compliance and leads various public and bespoke training courses on data protection. Peter is Head of the Examination Board of the Practitioner Certificate in Data Protection (ww. cation.
These rules include requirements for publishing advertised public contract opportunities and contract awards below the EU thresholds, but over certain other threshold values, on Contracts Finder. The thresholds for Concessions are different to the Public and Utilities thresholds, further information on Concession thresholds can be found in Procurement Policy Note 04/16. CCS has published guidance on the Concession Contracts Regulations within the policy specific guidance.
This guide sets out the UK public procurement regulations in detail and describes how, in the light of decisions of the European Court of Justice and Commission Guidance, they and associated Community rules are likely to be interpreted. It includes a full text of each of the Regulations, together with the most recent texts of all the public procurement directives, the Public Works Contracts Regulations 1991, the Public Supply Contracts 1991 and the Utilities Supply and Works Contracts Regulations 1992
Road charging in the 90's: an overview and guide to the literature London (British Library) 1994. Blaxter, Loraine Hughes, Christina Tight, Malcolm
Road charging in the 90's: an overview and guide to the literature London (British Library) 1994. Blaxter, Loraine Hughes, Christina Tight, Malcolm.
Telecommunications Law and Regulation. The Law of EU Public Procurement. A Practical Guide to International Arbitration in London. Data Localization Laws and Policy. Electronic and Mobile Commerce Law: An Analysis of Trade, Finance, Media and Cybercrime in the Digital Age. Charles Wild.
Guide to utilities procurement in the UK. July 2018. Contents Other sector specific rules In addition to the EU law based UCRs, there are also sector-specific procurement and competitive tendering. The Concession Contract Regulations Separate rules relating to the award of concession contracts by utilities are contained in the EU Concessions Directive (2014/23/EU). The Concessions Directive has been implemented in England, Wales and Northern Ireland through the Concession Contracts Regulations 2016 (SI 2016/273). Other sector specific rules In addition to the EU law based UCRs, there are also sector-specific procurement and competitive tendering rules for certain activities in the UK.
Works Contracts Regulations, Public Supply Contracts Regulations and Public Services Contracts Regulations Contains separate detailed chapters on key practical issues such as specifications and criteria Includes brand new chapters devoted to framework agreements, competitive dialogue, electronic procurement and information requirements Contains two extensive chapters devoted to the EC Directive and UK Regulations on procurement by utilities Offers in-depth analysis of.
Freedom of nformation and Procurement: A practical guide for public authorities by Jim Amos, Honorary Senior . 5 Preface This is a Constitution Unit practical guide.
5 Preface This is a Constitution Unit practical guide. t is written as a general introduction to the large and complex subject of dealing with Freedom of lnformation requests in the field of procurement. t is designed for a wide range of people across many public authorities who will have responsibilities relating to questions about the potential release of information about procurement.
Guide to Judicial Conduct. Of course, as a general rule, a judge is entitled to discharge family responsibilities, to maintain friendships and to engage in social activities. As a general rule, salaried judges may not hold commercial directorships, other than ones concerned with the management of family assets, and may only hold non-commercial directorships where they relate to organisations whose primary purpose is not profit-related, and whose activities are of an uncontroversial character.
From a EU public procurement law perspective, contracting authorities have a discretionary power to decide upon who is allowed and best suited to provide public services to the public.