CITT 25th Anniversary Review – Part I: The Scope of Treaty Enforcement
July 16, 2014 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT| free
To commemorate the passage of the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement and the 25th anniversary of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and its predecessor, the Procurement Review Board, the National Tendering Law Update 2014 Spring-Summer Special CITT Edition features twenty-five Procurement Review Board, Canadian International Trade Tribunal and Federal Court of Appeal cases from the last twenty five years that shaped Canada’s federal procurement system and set the standard for trade treaty compliance across all Canadian public sector institutions. Topics covered in part one of a two-part series will include: (i) the specialized role of tribunals in enforcing trade treaties; (ii) the test for determining whether a contracting process falls within the meaning of “procurement” under the trade treaties; (iii) the ability to review past practices under current procurement challenges; and (iv) the review of standing agreements under the trade treaties. These topics will be of interest to all procurement professionals working within institutions that are subject to the trade treaties.
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