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French Presidential Election – Procurement Implications And Macron Doubts

The bookmakers believe Macron is an odds-on favourite to win … they were wrong about Trump!


Future Plans for Wales — Post Brexit

Wales and the implications of UK leaving the EU


Skilled People Needed For UK / EU Negotiations – Training Not “Natural Ability” Please!

Brexit discussions must make use of the right people


UK Politics Goes Into Meltdown – But Public Procurement Agenda Is Unchanged

A time of great uncertainty lies ahead


The Cost of Public Procurement – Nonsense from UK “Leave the EU” Campaign

Analysis assumes zero procurement cost for an independent UK


This Week’s Tales from the Public Procurement Taberna

A roundup of stories from across the EU public sector


European Defence Agency To Provide Support for Military Procurements

A new pact has been signed between the European Defence Agency and the EU’s Athena mechanism giving EU leaders support during procurements