Public Institutions and have to adhere to a multitude of different legal guidelines and regulations, as well as make sure that they are operating efficiently in their internal organisation. Extend your expertise by participating in the various practical seminars held by the European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law.
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A crucial part of public spending today is handled through public procurement procedures aiming to ensure financial prudence when dealing with taxpayers’ money. Thus, public institutions are required to transparent, effective and efficient measures to safeguard public finances.
With the introduction of the new General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER) the European Commission has given Member States ample scope when dealing with State aid cases in many areas.
The European Commission introduces new measures for Circular Economy In December 2015, the European Commission adopted ambitious Circular Economy Package and Action Plan for the Circular Economy. The Package foresees a significant revision of the current legislation on waste management and envisages numerous measures to be undertaken by the EU Member States.