Disclosure Within Public Procurement and During Contract Execution
Edited by Kirsi-Maria Halonen, Roberto Caranta and Albert Sanchez-Graells
Chapter 6: Transparency and access to information in public procurement procedures in Denmark
This chapter provides an overview of the Danish rules on access to information in a public procurement context. It explores which types of documents and information interested parties can gain access to as well as the reasoning for not disclosing certain information. This is done by looking at which type of the information must be available before a tender is submitted (ex ante) as well as which information tenderers and other interested parties can gain access to after the award procedure has taken place (ex post). In a procurement context, the contribution concentrates on how the EU rules have been transposed in Denmark and places emphasis on the choices made by the Danish legislator as well as how case law and practice has developed regarding transparency in public procurement procedures.
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