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Public procurement

Russia

The quality of public services increasingly requires skilled public procurement management. And the complexity of the Russian legislative framework for public procurement is steadily rising.

Whether you are a contracting authority or a bidder in national and international procurement procedures, you can benefit from our lawyers' extensive experience on both sides of the process. We can guide you through complex tenders in infrastructure and construction, transport, healthcare and IT in Russia. We can also represent you in procurement-related disputes / review procedures and litigation.

With over 100 public procurement specialists in 68 cities worldwide, CMS has an outstanding reach and capacity for public procurement in numerous countries, including Russia. Additionally, our specialists have longstanding sector-expertise across core industries including infrastructure & construction, waste & water, life sciences & healthcare, transport / traffic and TMC. This approach means we can resolve your complex public tender issues, including formation of bids, protection of confidential information, competition matters, selection and evaluation criteria, specific rules around concession contracts and complex PPP projects.

If required, your CMS Russia advisors will also deal with applicable regulatory matters.

Further, we can assist how to approach different regulated tender procedures. We support and represent you before the national regulator (Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia) and courts.

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