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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 […]

Andrew Daly of Hempsons – Public Procurement Legal Update at HCSA Event

At the recent HCSA conference we heard from Andrew Daly, a partner at law firm Hempsons and an expert in public procurement regulations. He talked […]

Grenfell Tower Report – Did Procurement Contribute To Disaster?

The final report from the UK government’s “Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety” was published last month, a year after the terrible tragedy […]

De La Rue Backs Down On Passport Procurement Challenge

De La Rue announced yesterday that they will not after all challenge the decision to award the new passport production contract to Gemalto.  The BBC […]

De La Rue Challenges Passport Procurement Decision – Does The Firm Stand Any Chance?

De La Rue, the firm that lost out on the decision to produce the new UK post-Brexit passports, has announced that it will challenge the […]

New Public Procurement Thresholds – Don’t Get Too Excited!

For our public sector readers, the highlight of Hogmanay is of course getting to grips with the new threshold levels for the European Procurement Regulations […]

DocuSign on GDPR – Procurement Professionals Need to Act Now

At the recent BravoSolution utilities sector customer event in Cardiff (see our round up here), Max Garth, corporate counsel at DocuSign spoke about GDPR (the […]

UK Public Procurement – What Happens After Brexit?

We are covering the public procurement issues connected with Brexit more fully on our Public Spend Forum Europe  site, so if you are into all […]