While public procurement law has consistently been used as a scapegoat for those authorities supplying non-Welsh produce to Welsh consumers, such arguments do not stand up to scrutiny.
What does PPL stand for?
PPL stands for Public Procurement Law (various locations)
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- Military and Government
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- Professional Practice Leader (nursing)
- Profit Participating Loan
- Programmable Protocol Language
- Programmatic Project Leader
- Project Programming Library
- Protectors of Public Lands (Australia)
- Providence Public Library (Providence, Rhode Island)
- Provincetown Public Library (Provincetown, MA)
- Provisioning Parts List
- Public Policy and Legislation (various organizations)
- Pure Prairie League (band)
- Pusat Pendidikan Luar (Malay: Rural Education Center)
- Participial Adjective (grammar)
- Private Pilot License - Aircraft
- Pagan Pride Los Angeles (religious organization; California)
- Pay Period Leave Adjustment
- Pharmaceutical Printed Literature Association (Falls Church, VA)
- Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
- Planned Permanent Living Arrangement (custody status; various locations)
- Professional Photographers of Louisiana (Marksville, LA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Revoked License Borissov yesterday said he wants to revoke the power distribution license of CEZ AS, the Czech biggest utility after a financial inspection found "evasion" of public procurement laws.
From a financial perspective: Dozens of amendments to the Public Procurement Law made procurement procedure vague and non-transparent, and the auditing function of the Court of Accounts has been made insignificant, as we witnessed during the recent budget proceedings in Parliament.
These thrust areas include the Lokpal Bill, electoral reforms, gram nyayalayas, a proposed public procurement law, land acquisition, climate change missions, recommendations of administrative reforms commissions, malnutrition, skill development training, a follow-up on the Justice Rajinder Sachar Committee recommendations on Centre-State relations, widening of health insurance coverage, establishment of an effective cold chain infrastructure for agriculture, the implementation of the NHDP, more effective coal distribution and improvements in the fertilizer sectors, besides development-linked programmes for the northeast and Jammu and Kashmir.
In the judgements on Ruffert (ECJ, Case C-346/06 Ruffert (2008) ECR I-1989) and Commission against Luxembourg (ECJ, Case C-319/06, NZA 2008: 865), collective agreement clauses in public procurement law and a national implementation legislation of the posting of workers directive were declared contrary to community law.
This contract win justifies our decision to invest in growing technology law and public procurement law capability in Wales.
Sources from the Interior Ministry say the helicopters were procured in line with the public procurement law and the best bid with regard to equipment was selected.
Public procurement law specialist and national head of regulated procurement Steven Norris and Paul Kirkby (finance and projects) stepped up to partner level at the international law firm, which has its Birmingham office in Victoria Square.