Category: Regulaton & Policy

Using Public Procurement To Support National Interests – Protectionism On The Rise

There seems to be a growing global trend in protectionist approaches to trade


‘Broader Benefits to the Australian Economy’ Needs Clarity in CPR

Value for Money and broader benefits to the Australian economy needs clarification in procurement guidelines – EU contests


Ideas for Post-Brexit UK Public Procurement from BiP’s Eddie Regan (Part 2)

How the UK could “improve” its public procurement legislative framework post Brexit


Ideas for Post-Brexit UK Public Procurement from BiP’s Eddie Regan

How the UK could “improve” its public procurement legislative framework post Brexit


Newswire Weekly – European Public Procurement Update

Public sector procurement stories from around Europe this week


Post-Brexit: What Changes Should We Make to Public Sector Procurement Law?

The top five changes we should make to public procurement rules after Brexit


Forget Procurement – We’ve Got Brexit To Sort Out …

UK government extends contracts as Brexit takes priority


Post-Brexit Procurement Regulation – Don’t Reduce Transparency!

Useful article from Graham Bell of Bryan Cave LLP


Nationalism on the Rise – Need To Keep an Eye on Public Procurement

National preference can tip over into protectionism


UK Department May Have Broken Procurement Rules With “Interesting” Evaluation Criteria

Albert Sanchez-Graells gives his views in The Guardian