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The Government Procurement Review: Russia

21 August 2019 | Moscow
Legal Briefings – By Olga Revzina, Lola Shamirzayeva and Olga Vasilyeva

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Broadly speaking, Russian government procurement (also referred to as public procurement) legislation provides for two different regulatory regimes depending on the contracting body: either public authorities or public entities. This chapter is focused on government procurement related to public authorities unless otherwise stipulated. The key law regulating procurement involving public authorities and some related entities (contracting authorities) is Federal Law No. 44-FZ on the Contract System in State and Municipal Procurement of Goods, Works and Services, dated 5 April 2013 (Law No. 44-FZ). There are also numerous subordinate legal acts adopted in accordance with federal procurement legislation.

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Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd 

This article was first published in June 2019

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