Trilegal has in-depth experience in representing contractors through government procurement processes, policy advisory, and litigation matters in a constantly evolving legal landscape.
Every year the central and state government spend significantly towards the procurement of diverse products and services. In its Budget 2023-24, capital spending by the Central Government is projected to rise to approximately USD 122.3 billion, 3.3% of the gross domestic product. A significant proportion of this budget is directed towards flagship projects, such as the PM Gati Shakti project, Make-in-India, Skill India Mission, Digital India, Ayushman Bharat and more. The government has taken several regulatory measures so that these projects can operate in a PPP mode and attract foreign investments. These include the Tamil Nadu government making the e-procurement system mandatory for all government and public sector entities. Similarly, the government has approved revisions to the performance-linked incentives scheme, and the government will now provide enhanced fiscal support of 50% (previously 30%) for the establishment of semiconductor ATMP/OSAT facilities in India. The potential for investment and engagement with the government is at its peak.
Working with governments needs a thorough understanding of applicable statutes and regulations, as well as of the contracting agencies’ roles and operations. It is crucial to be well-versed in compliance challenges and to employ best practices effectively. Trilegal excels in delivering this understanding to clients with extensive experience in representing contractors through government procurement processes, policy advisory, and litigation matters in a constantly evolving legal landscape.
Trilegal has worked with state and central governments across a range of sectors:
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