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Public Spend Forum – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

Public Spend Forum (PSF) is a public sector procurement global community and market intelligence platform dedicated to improving public procurement and the public sector market. It […]

Public Spend Forum – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

Public Spend Forum (PSF) is a public sector procurement global community and market intelligence platform dedicated to improving public procurement and the public sector market. It […]

Brexit Ferry Contract – Evaluation and Decision Process Fit for Purpose?

You most likely heard the news over the past couple of days about the (almost) £14 million Brexit ferry contract awarded to a company (Seaborne […]

The World is Going Mad – Happy Christmas (and Manage Your Supply Chain Risk)

Well, I thought we might be winding down to a nice quiet Christmas break by now, but it appears instead that the world is basically […]

Down the Procurement Pub with Queen, Odgers, Brexit, the NHS, HS2 and Miley

It’s not often we can show you a CIPS Past President and Companion of the Bath dressed up as Freddie Mercury, but here we have […]

Brexit Webinar with Jaggaer and 4C Associates – What Should Procurement Be Doing?

Talk about timing. We put the date in the diary for our webinar on Brexit and procurement with software firm Jaggaer back in August, I […]

Another Brexit Referendum? Yet Another Scenario For Procurement to Consider!

We’ve stayed off the politics of Brexit here, in part because I was lucky enough personally to forget to register for a postal vote, hence […]

Final Call for Two Great Events Next Week!

A final reminder for two events next week. First. On Wednesday 14th we have the “AI and Procurement” breakfast at the Gherkin in London (a private […]

Brexit is Coming! What Does Procurement Need to be Doing Now?

One fears that the reaction to any mention of Brexit today (in the UK at least) will either be a sigh or perhaps a diatribe, […]

Brexit is Coming – What Should Procurement Do NOW? Join our Webinar To Find Out

Unless something extraordinary happens, the UK will leave the EU in just six months time. Well, probably … While many organisations have been adopting a wait and see approach, that is becoming increasingly untenable as the clock continues to tick. This is not the time to assume that all will somehow be well – organisations need to be proactive and take some actions now as well as planning for the different options which are still on the cards. (Actually, from what we have seen recently, anyone who assumes that our politicians will “make it all right” needs their head examining).

What Procurement Needs To Think About for Life after Brexit by Scenario

Jeremy Smith Managing Partner at 4C Associates spoke at eWorld recently, taking a look at some of the ways Procurement can help the organisation prepare […]

John Glen on Brexit – Highlights from eWorld Keynote

John Glen, the Chief (“only”, as he put it) Economist for CIPS, spoke at eWorld recently on the topic of Brexit, not surprisingly. He is […]