Category: Article of the Day

Corbyn & Labour – Using Public Procurement To Achieve Political and Social Goals

But some of the ideas simply won’t work


Promoting Respect for Human Rights in the Supply Chain – the Power of Public Purchasing

How public procurement practitioners can promote respect for human rights in the supply chain


Risk Allocation In Government Contracts & Commercial Stupidity From Serco

Mistake by supplier costs £120 million


Greenwich Symposium on Human Rights – the Public Procurement Roundtable (Part 2)

Lots of ideas, lots to do!


Greenwich Symposium on Human Rights – the Public Procurement Roundtable (Part 1)

Plenty of good ideas and experiences put forward by the panel


Risk Aversion in Public Sector Procurement

How do we encourage procurement people to be more commercial?


US Government Procurement Survey – Some Familiar Findings for Europe

US government procurement survey digs up findings that European buyers and bidders can relate to


EC Tells 21 Countries to Move Faster on Implementing “New” EU Directives

Only 7 countries have put national laws in place


What Happens to Public Procurement if the UK Votes to Leave “Europe”?

If Britain does vote to come out of the EU, politicians will have to think about what they actually want to do.
Will we see dramatic changes?


EUPLAT Accreditation Standard: Ensuring e-Tendering Platforms are Fit-for-Purpose

A useful document for defining specifications too!