Public Procurement

Public sector purchasing power currently stands at almost NOK 600 billion a year, making this a very significant segment of the Norwegian economy. It also means that all of us have a significant interest in ensuring that procurement processes and projects are managed correctly for the benefit of the community. Highly complex procurement regulations set out the framework and requirements for the preparation, implementation and completion of procurement processes, while errors or violations of regulatory provisions can be extremely costly. Føyen has worked on public procurement matters for several decades, acting for both public and private parties, giving us considerable knowledge and understanding of the priorities of both sides. Our lawyers are well equipped to assist throughout the procurement process, and we are also known for our ability to help organisations via training courses, templates and other useful tools.