The Kingdom of Saudi-Arabia (KSA) is the largest economy in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region. The country’s public spending in infrastructure, health care, transport, and other government-driven sectors is among the highest the MENA region. In an unparalleled program of reform under its Vision 2030, the Kingdom tries to make its economic, social and legal landscape ready for coming generations. As part of this reform, KSA recently enacted a new Public Procurement Law that governs public tenders. This legal briefing gives an overview of the new Public Procurement Law and its key features.