This on-demand webinar is suitable for legal and procurement specialists operating within publicly funded contracting authorities.
This webinar took place on Tuesday 12 July 2022 and is now available on-demand.
The information in this on-demand webinar is correct as of 12/07/2022. To stay up to date with the Procurement Bill amendments or for further advice, visit our webpage.
The new Procurement Bill is here. Whether or not it offers wholesale reform is yet to be determined. As we have already seen, it will need to be amended. But with the committee stage not starting until 4 July we don’t have a settled position yet.
One thing for sure is that change is coming and contracting authorities will need to get their heads around how existing practices will need to change in order to:
In this on-demand webinar discusses:
This on-demand webinar is suitable for legal and procurement specialists operating within publicly funded contracting authorities. It is also suitable for suppliers to the public and health sector.
Louise works within the Government and Infrastructure team and specialises in Public Procurement matters on both high value transactional matters alongside procurement litigation and public sector commercial projects.
+44 (0)115 948 5615
Recognised by Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 as a leading expert in public law and procurement, Peter is the head of Browne Jacobson’s Government practice. Specialising in contentious and non-contentious procurement matters – Peter supports public and private sector clients to get the very best out of their regulated procurement activity.
+44 (0)115 976 6242
Rachel specialises in procurement law, commercial contracts, projects; extensive experience of complex and strategic procurement projects.
+44 (0)115 976 6538