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What will public sector procurement look like once the UK no longer needs to adhere to the demands of EU Procurement Directives following Brexit?
Is this our chance to rewrite procurement regulations?
Following the UK vote to leave the EU, many have been left wondering what the implications will be for public sector procurement. This has caused uncertainty over possible changes to current business practices, both for better and for worse.
The White Paper
BiP Solutions and Tracker bring you the brand new White Paper ‘Brexit – What the Experts Say’, in which a selection of respected experts in the field of public procurement share with you their opinions, concerns and hopes for procurement in post-Brexit Britain.
This report puts a series of pertinent questions to four respected experts in the field of public procurement: healthcare thought leader Professor Duncan Eaton; defence advisor Les Mosco; Irish policy expert Roy Bell; and PASS (Procurement Advice and Support Service) Principal Procurement Consultant Eddie Regan.
Read on to discover what they would do, given a ‘blank canvas’ on which to redraft the procurement rules.
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Jan 11, 2017.