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public matters newsletter, March 2014

20 March 2014

For our March edition of public matters, Steven Brunning summarises the main points of the new public procurement regime and provides a summary of the latest case on lifting the automatic suspension in relation to procurement challenges. Anja Beriro explores the latest public procurement policy notes issued by the Cabinet Office and Neil Walker provides two interesting articles on some important property related cases.

As ever, please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions at all and please let us know if there is a particular topic that you would like us to cover in our next Q&A feature.

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