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

Plenty of good ideas and experiences put forward by the panel

This Week’s News from the Public Procurement Cafe

This Week’s Public Procurement news around Europe – from awards to fines

We’re Public Spend Forum Europe Now! Welcome …

We’re now part of an exciting wider venture – watch this space

Pinsent Masons on the Consequences of Brexit for Public Procurement

Might the UK end up with worst of both worlds?

Pedro Telles and the Public Procurement Podcasts – Dr Amy Ludlow on Prison Services

Public procurement of prison services needs to consider social policy – Dr Pedro Telles talks to Dr Amy Ludlow

Pedro Telles and the Public Procurement Podcasts — Dr Claire O’Brien on Human Rights

Dr Pedro Telles and the Public Procurement Podcasts – Human Rights in public procurement

Steps Public Bodies Should Take When Procuring Cloud Services

Security Framework for Governmental Clouds outlines steps for public bodies procuring cloud services

The ‘Soft’ Issues in Public Sector Procurement

Sigi Osagie on why sustainable success comes from giving high priority to human factors

PP Files reveal 60 percent of Romanian public procurements hit by complaints

Journalism project highlights flaws and irregularities in Romanian public sector procurement

IPPC unveils treasure chest of procurement thinking

At the 6th International Public Procurement Conference (IPPC), held at Dublin City University from the 14th to 16th August, more than 250 public procurement practitioners and academics gathered to listen to and engage in some of the most widely debated topics in the procurement world. The papers from the event have now been made available on the IPPC website and are free to download. They represent a treasure chest of interesting public procurement thinking and we intend to run a series of posts featuring the papers we believe are most valuable to our readers over the coming weeks and months.