3 edition of effects of compulsory competitive tendering and European law on local authorities found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Philip Gosling|
|Series||Studies in law -- 6, Studies in law (Hague, Netherlands) -- v. 6|
|Contributions||King"s College (University of London). Centre of European Law|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||294 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||294|
The EU directives on purchasing affect not only government and local authorities, but also purchasers in the power, water, transport and telecommunication industries. Other countries in the EU have long been used to a public procurement code, covering tendering and contracts, but in the UK few are aware Author: David Medhurst. Chapter 4 therefore examines the origins and development of the concept of the enabling authority and the effects that compulsory competitive tendering has had on the provision of services. Chapter 5 examines the effects of CCT on the internal management of local authority direct and central : Peter A. Watt, Institute of Risk Management.
1 Compulsory competitive tendering: local authorities S This section has no associated Explanatory Notes In section 2(10) of the Local Government Act (c.9) (which empowers the Scottish Ministers to modify that Act’s competition provisions in their application to local authorities, but only up to 31 December ), the words “being a. Booktopia - Buy Contract Law books online from Australia's leading online bookstore. Discount Contract Law books and flat rate shipping of $ per online book order.
Recent cases concerning conflicts between employment protection available to workers under European Union (EU) and UK law have threatened to undermine two central planks of government economic policy: market testing and compulsory competitive tendering (CCT). Compulsory competitive tendering and UK economic policy , employment in local. Public procurement is subject to the EU Treaty some general principles of law have emerged from the case law of the European Court of Justice. use compulsory .
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In addition, the interaction of CCT and European law--in particular, that relating to public procurement and the transfer of undertakings--continues to have significance for local authorities throughout the EU.
This book is the outcome of research into the effects of CCT on two English local authorities. Get this from a library. The effects of compulsory competitive tendering and European law on local authorities.
[Philip Gosling; King's College London. Centre of European Law.]. Advanced Search. Browse. In addition, the interaction of CCT and European law - in particular, that relating to public procurement and the transfer of undertakings - continues to have significance for local authorities throughout the EU.
This book is the outcome of research into the effects of CCT on two English local authorities. Of all the changes introduced by the –97 Conservative Governments, perhaps the most fundamental and far-reaching were those associated with compulsory competitive tendering (CCT).
Successive legislative enactments forced local authorities to put specified services out to competitive tender on terms and time-scales established by the by: 8. One of the most significant developments affecting local government in the past fifteen years has been the imposition of compulsory competitive tendering.
Initially compulsory competitive tendering (CCT), as imposed by the local Government, Planning and Land Actonly affected the ability of local authorities to perform construction and maintenance work via their Direct Labour Organisations. Local authority experience of compulsory competitive tendering.
The requirement to submit local authority services to competitive tender under the Local Government Acts of and has been the subject of intense debate. Compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) was one of the key privatisation measures of the Conservative governments ofwhich brought much insecurity into the lives of those who provided services to local authorities.
Much to the joy of local authority workers and trade unions. the Local Government Act (), local authorities have been re-quired to subject more and more of their services to competitive tendering. Services identified for this compulsory competitive ten-dering (CCT) may be carried out by a local authority’s own em-ployees only if the in-house organisation wins the tender File Size: 36KB.
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Free shipping for many products. An obligation binding local authorities to put general economic interest services up for competitive tender, as currently intended by the European Commission (i.e. service concessions), would have. Previous research in the UK has focused on variations in government spending across regions, the effects of competitive tendering processes and EU State Aid rules on regional economies.
Empirical studies of procurement at the level of local authorities Cited by: This book marks thirty years of progress in realizing the free movement of persons in the European Union.
Its origins are to be found in a conference held at King's College, London, organised by the Immigration Law Practitioners' Association and the Centre of European Law at King's College, London, with the sponsorship of the European Commission.
Britain, however, has been distinctive due to the adoption of a compulsory model of competitive tendering in local government. This was intended to restrict the discretionary powers of local government and to introduce new management priorities based on.
The process of compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) for the provision of local-government services has forced significant changes to the way in which such services have been provided, whether.
In order to properly evaluate the effects of CCT (Compulsory Competitive Tendering), this article presents a SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) from the point of view of all those parties directly involved, namely: client officers, private contractors, Direct Services Organizations, and the customers to whom the services are : A.
Smith. An early study into compulsory competitive tendering in UK local government was carried out by the Institute for Local Government Studies (for the former Department of Environment) and reported savings from such tendering to be about 7%, although there was significant variation across different services.
Further into the s, Domberger Author: Joe Sanderson, Chris Lonsdale, Russell Mannion, Tatum Matharu. In this paper we investigate the relationship betweencosts and number of bidders for U.K.
local authorities'refuse collection contracts. We find that a highernumber of bids is associated with a lower cost ofservice. This finding, as well as being an importantempirical verification of standard proposition inauction theory, has important policy implications.
TheU.K. Labour government elected in Cited by: impact of Compulsory Competitive Tendering in the UK, Reg. Stud This paper contributes to the analysis of contemporary public sector restructuring in the UK through an evaluation of the impact of the introduction of compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) for the provision of local public services.
Public services play an. Buy Compulsory Competitive Tendering: Law and Practice by S Cirell, J. Bennett (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Abstract. European Business Law Review May The Acquired Rights Directive: Consequences of 1 ncorrect Implementation in English Law Dr Rose D'Sa* Introduction The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations' (hereinafter referred to as TUPE) gave effect in the (UK) to EEC Council Directive 77/(hereinafter referred to as the Acquired Rights Directive).Value, DETR ).
The ill-fated compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) regime is now due for replacement with a new system in public sector management: 'the best value' (see the Local Government Bill ). The traditional way in which local authorities and other public bodies have delivered public services was based upon.
BEST VALUE - Since April local councils, police and fire authorities have had a legal obligation to deliver a continuous improvement in the standard and efficiency of their services, bringing in outside contractors where appropriate.
'Best value' replaces Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT), which, it is thought, placed too much emphasis on cost-cutting at the expense of .