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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 […]

Open Opps Offers Platform and Tools to Analyse Public Procurement Spend Data

We’ve been keeping an eye on the new(ish) platform called Open Opps (as in “opportunities”).  The firm behind it is run by Ian Makgill, who […]

NHS Hospitals – Trains, Buying Pains and League Tables

NHS hospitals are now ranked in a league table based on how much they spend on commonly bought items. The Health Minister Jeremy Hunt said, […]

Final Call For Tomorrow’s Pub Debate – Please Join Us In London

Tomorrow evening (Tuesday March 28th ) we are holding our pub debate, sponsored by procurement and finance software firm Basware, at the Clarence Pub, Whitehall, […]

Procurement Pub Debate – Are Suppliers Still Ripping Us Off?

We are holding another of our famous pub debates: anyone who has been to one before will know they are based (loosely) on the Oxford […]

Cartels and Bid-Rigging — Guidance on Behaviour and How To Spot It

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The Cabinet Office and the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) issued a set of products a couple of weeks back that address the issues around […]