Romania to restrict third country-bidders and products for public contracts

Romania is in the process of banning certain non-EU and non-EEA countries from participating in public procurement procedures in Romania. After a Memorandum outlining this ban was first approved by the Romanian government, on 20 March 2021 the national regulatory… Read moreRomania to restrict third country-bidders and products for public contracts

Romania publishes guidelines on changes to public procurement and sectoral contracts

Romania’s national authority for public procurement (ANAP) recently published new Guidelines, which unify EU and national rules and practices on making changes to public procurement and sectoral contracts. The aim of the ANAP Guidelines is to create a predictable framework… Read moreRomania publishes guidelines on changes to public procurement and sectoral contracts

Romania Guidance for Public Procurement procedures in times of COVID-19

On 16 March 2020, the Romanian President declared a state of emergency for the next 30 days to limit the spread of COVID-19 and manage its effects (the “State Emergency Decree”). Neither the State Emergency Decree, nor the subsequent military… Read moreRomania Guidance for Public Procurement procedures in times of COVID-19

Romanian authorities tighten controls over companies in the wake of COVID-19 crisis

Following the state of emergency declared in Romania on 16 March 2020 and the escalation of security measures which were recently enforced through additional military ordinances, Romanian authorities tighten control over companies still active on the market as they continue… Read moreRomanian authorities tighten controls over companies in the wake of COVID-19 crisis