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This text analyzes the extent to which European Community law harmonizes the national judicial review of the application of Community law in the field of public procurement. Community law is regarded here as comprising the Government Procurement Agreement (the GPA) as concluded within the framework of the World Trade Organization. The national judicial review is harmonized through principles of Community law; in particular those of direct effect, supremacy, Community-conform interpretation of national law, state liability, member states' institutional and procedural autonomy, non-discrimination and effectiveness, through Directives 89/665/EEC and 92/13/EEC, and through the GPA.