Rules concerning third countries' reciprocal access to EU public procurement
Annex II : openness, job creation, administrative burdens, SMEs and thresholds
This briefing paper assesses the method and key findings of the Commission’s Impact Assessment of the proposed regulation on access to third-country goods and services to the Union’s internal market in public procurement, focusing on the openness of EU public procurement, its benefits, job creation, administrative burdens, SMEs and thresholds. A summary assessment is followed by a detailed assessment of the topics and individual research questions.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Parliamentary Research Services Themes: Commercial policy, Public procurement
- Subject: administrative formalities, domestic market, EU market, goods and services, impact study, job creation, market access, market protection, national law, public contract, regulation (EU), small and medium-sized enterprises, third country, trade agreement (EU)