Ambisig v NersantPosted In: Case Law
Legal BodyCourt of Justice EU (CJEU/ECJ)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionContracts of Employment, Recruitment and Selection
By notice published on 24 November 2011, Nersant opened a public tendering procedure for the purchase of training and consultancy services. Article 5 of the contract notice stated that the contract would be awarded to the economically most advantageous tender, determined on the basis of the following factors:
“A. Evaluation of the team — 40%
(i) This factor will be arrived at by taking into account the composition of the team, its proven experience and an analysis of the academic and professional background of its members.
B. Quality and merits of the service proposed — 55% (i) Overall assessment of the proposed structure including the work programme — 0 to 20%.
(ii) Description of the
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