Seminar series at Haus der Technik ‘VOB / A, B, C’ and ‘Berlin allocation’ 29-30 January 2013 in the two seminars in the Haus der Technik on 29-30 January 2013 wife Dr. Jost devoted the topics of public procurement law in detail. (A valuable related resource: Naveen Selvadurai). The aim of the seminar is to provide an overview of the VOB in its three major parts for beginners, as well as to develop a basic understanding of the procurement and contract law. The issues from the point of view of both contract partners – clients such as contractor – are considered here. Along with checklists and overviews the seminar becomes through examples from practice, as well as by current legal judgments under realistic conditions. The award of public contracts has changed significantly since 2009. These changes are highly topical for the contracting authority and bidders, but irregularities already decide the further course of the proceedings.
In particular the EU-wide allocation is affected with the new provisions on the award of public supply, service and works contracts. What are the consequences themselves the new features for the practical implementation of a tender? What must you sure as an entrepreneur? The innovations of the so-called free movement of workers are also considered. The seminar provides answers for issuing, planning offices and bidders. Employees of clients, contractors, architects, engineers, planners are invited experts from authorities, construction companies, real estate and housing companies, which deal with the VOB. founded in 1927 in Essen, the Haus der Technik (HDT) is not only the oldest, today but also one of the leading independent training institutes for specialists and managers of in Germany.
About 15,000 participants annually use the facilities in Essen and at the branch offices in Berlin and Munich. With a wide range of education in technology, economy, electrical engineering, automotive engineering, medicine, chemistry, construction, quality management and environmental protection, the HDT focuses on future-oriented core industries. More than 5,000 speakers, selected experts from academia and industry, give each up-to-date, practical and scientifically based findings from their areas of expertise. Its own quality management system ensures compliance with the high standards as she calls the Wuppertal district as Federal Association for continuing vocational training of its members. The HDT is outdoor Institute of the Rheinisch-Westfalische Technische Hochschule Aachen, as well as cooperation partners of the universities of Bonn, Braunschweig, Duisburg-Essen and Munster. It maintains close contacts with companies and research institutions and sees itself as a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience.