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EU regulations

PEPPOL Network – Set To Have Enormous Impact on Government Suppliers

PEPPOL, in its own words, is a Pan European Public Procurement Online (network) with a set of technical specifications that can be implemented in existing […]

Public Procurement After Brexit – Improvements & Ideas

(We're delighted to welcome a guest article from Dan Warnock, Procurement Manager at Home Group, one of the UK's largest housing associations, based in the […]

Public Spend Forum Europe – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

Public Spend Forum Europe is dedicated to European public sector procurement, and aims to be a global community and knowledge network for public procurement and the public […]

Public Spend Forum Europe – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

Public Spend Forum Europe is dedicated to European public sector procurement, and aims to be a global community and knowledge network for public procurement and the public […]

What Does Brexit Mean for UK Public Procurement? A View from Innopsis

Kelvin Prescott, Information Director at Innopsis, the public sector tech trade association that is championing better procurement practices between the public sector and its suppliers, […]

Implications of Brexit for Public Procurement – A University View

At last week’s excellent LUPC and SUPC university procurement conference, I participated in a panel discussion titled “What are the implications of Brexit?” – for […]

Daniel Moylan Doesn’t Like EU Procurement – So What Would Replace It?

A longer version of this article is available on our Public Spend Forum Europe website here. The arguments in the UK about whether the country should […]

This Procurement Needs Testing – Never Mind The Drivers …

In 2013 the Government via the Crown Commercial Service awarded a “single supplier framework contract” to learndirect for the supply of Computer-Based Testing Services across […]

Public Spend Matters Europe – Highlights from Last Week

As last week was a bank holiday here in the UK, we are publishing our roundup of  highlights from our public sector Europe site a bit later than usual […]

Procurement of Medals – Zut Alors, What a Ridiculous Controversy!

Will the EU procurement regulations become an issue within the UK's EU referendum campaign? Well, the first signs of that were seen last week when […]

Contracting Authorities Must Not Implement Public Procurement Boycotts

Local authorities in the UK have been told by central government that they cannot boycott goods from particular countries. This is aimed very much at […]

Public Spend Matters Europe – Highlights from this Week

Here is our Friday run down of  what we have published for you on our site dedicated to exciting and fascinating matters connected with European […]