KPMG Law Procurement Service

According to the Federal Statistical Office, the procurement volume for public contracts amounted to EUR 462 billion in 2015. Employees in the public sector are faced with the challenge of carrying out an ever-increasing number of awards with rising procurement volumes and transaction numbers – while at the same time staffing levels are becoming tighter. In doing so, they must observe eProcurement obligations and more complex legal framework conditions.

The procurement regulations not only affect large-volume procurements above the defined (EU) thresholds, but also the far greater number of awards in the so-called sub-threshold area.

Our services

KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH (KPMG Law) takes care of all the procedural steps that mean time and work for you.

Your benefit

– With KPMG Law procurement services, you always remain “in control of the process”, as the necessary decisions remain exclusively with you.

– A noticeable reduction in your working time, which you can use for other important topics.

– Regular updates on your procurement process.

– A standardized, digital-based solution for handling procurement procedures without having to invest in expensive IT systems.

– With KPMG Law, we have an experienced partner who also has an eye on future developments.


Our offer in detail

  • File creation and maintenance for individual procurement procedures

    File creation and management for individual award procedures.

  • Plausibility check

    Plausibility check of the specifications, contract conditions and price sheets provided by the contracting authority as well as the justifications specific to the award procedure for obvious inaccuracies (plausibility check).

  • Preparation of the tender documents

    Preparation of the tender documents and the contract notice.

  • Document provision

    Provision of the tender documents on relevant publication platforms.

  • Monitoring

    Creation and monitoring of deadlines.

  • Bidder question management

    Coordination of bidder questions and answering them.

  • Offer review

    Opening of tenders as an authorized representative of the customer

    • Formal examination and evaluation of the offers
    • Suitability test of the bidders
    • Price adequacy check of the offers
    • Evaluation of the economic efficiency of the offers
  • Award decision

    Preparation of the award decision, for which you are responsible.

  • Coordination of acceptances and rejections

    Preparation and dispatch of acceptance and rejection letters

  • Award documentation

    Preparation and handover of the award documentation.

  • Further documentation

    Further documentation, e.g. adoption of the reporting obligations of the Public Procurement Statistics Ordinance.

Modern procurement service

  • You briefly define the basic details for your procedures, such as contact person, contact details, deputy arrangements
  • You provide us with the relevant process-specific information
  • We take care of the rest: from preparing the tender documents to awarding the contract
  • You always stay informed
  • You will be supported by highly specialized experts with many years of experience in procurement procedures

Further Information & Downloads


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Your contact persons

Henrik-Christian Baumann

Berlin Site Manager
Specialist lawyer for public procurement law
Specialist lawyer for information technology law

Heidestraße 58
10557 Berlin

tel: +49 30 530199129

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