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This briefing considers the impact of Brexit on public procurement in the UK, as well as the likely longer term impacts.
The so-called big amendment to the Act on Public Procurement prepared by the Office for Public Procurement (the "Office"), that came into effect as of 1 January 2019, aims to abrogate a number of application problems, ...
Public-private partnership is now a tool of public procurement available to public authorities in many countries.
The article provides deep insights for European suppliers about the unique legal environment in China, particularly from a contract and product liability law perspective.
Government is regularly criticised for not doing enough to encourage innovation when procuring contracts. However, we believe that the public sector could be bolder in the way it approaches procurement to ensure that ...
A recent Procurement Policy Note (PPN) published by the Crown Commercial Service (Action Note 01/18) introduces new obligations on certain public sector purchasers to encourage further visibility in supply chain ...