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Kluge has advised the Norwegian Institute on Public Health in the drafting and negotiations of contracts for the purchase of Covid-19 vaccines from multiple suppliers, including Pfizer and Moderna, through the centralised EU approach on procuring vaccines.
Kluge has assisted the Ministry of Health and Care Services and the Directorate for e-health in creating a robust legal basis, including under state aid law, for the the development, delivery and financing of public e-health solutions such as helsenorge.no, e-prescription and the health network.
Frederik works primarily with public procurement law, state aid law and other EU/EEA law.
Within public procurement, Frederik assists both public entities and private operators in procurement processes. He has particular experience with procurement of complex ICT systems, and he therefore has good knowledge of ICT contracts as well. He also has broad experience from litigation procedures, both before the courts as well as before the Norwegian Complaints Board for Public Procurement.
Frederik also has broad experience within state aid law, where he primarily advises public entities on state aid law, and assists in notification procedures before the EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA).
Frederik har previously worked in ESA's competition and state aid directorate, and as a research assistant at the Centre for European Law at the University of Oslo.