Defence Procurement: The Complex Nexus of Policy, Law, and Security
Defence procurement is not just about obtaining goods and services for the defence sector; it’s a labyrinth of special rules, exemptions, and options to transpose into national laws. With the backdrop of the war in Ukraine and growing global tensions, it has never been more critical to understand the intricacies involved in the field.
This workshop aims to explain these complexities and explore NATO’s growing role in shaping national procurement practices. Moreover, we will help if you are struggling with excluding third country equipment and software from your procurement.
Why Attend the Defence Procurement Workshop?
- Exclusive Insights from Legal Experts:
A thorough introduction to defence procurement by Associate professor Carri Ginter, Katrine Plavina-Mika, and Mario Sorm—key Baltic experts in the field.
- Access to Timely Research:
Learn about the latest developments, including the impact of the Ukraine conflict and NATO’s evolving role, all backed by up-to-date research.
- Hands-On Workshop:
Our interactive sessions provide real-world examples and case studies that equip you with practical knowledge you can apply immediately.
- Latest Trends and Legal Nuances:
Gain a thorough understanding of how to balance essential security interests with the principles of the internal market, including insights into case law.
- Networking & Career Growth:
A rare opportunity to network with industry leaders, policymakers, and academics—enhancing your career prospects and industry connections.
! Extend Your Learning Experience
Don’t miss out on our extended programme for the week as part of the Nordic Public Procurement Forum 2024
Join us for a multitude of activities focusing on public procurement, including vital talks on sustainability, corruption, and emerging case law.