Reform of Public Procurement Law
This is a half-day course designed to analyse and provide…
Our essential webinar on 10 February at 10am GMT is for all practitioners and suppliers to the Contracting Authorities and Utilities, including advisers, who are looking for an in-depth understanding of the potential impact for procurement in their organisation of some of the key changes to be taken forward.
There are limited spaces available, so please complete the registration form and a member of the Achilles team will be in touch with you in order to complete your booking. If any questions or queries, please contact email@example.com.
Professor Sue Arrowsmith QC (hon), is Professor Emerita at the University of Nottingham, where she was formerly Achilles Professor of Public Procurement Law and Policy. She has been instrumental in reforming public procurement rules and was a member of the UK Government’s Procurement Transformation Advisory Panel, advising on the development of the Green Paper. She is currently a member of its Thematic Working Group on Procurement advising on public procurement rules in trade agreements.
Chris Smith, Electronic government procurement (eGP) and Open Contracting Consultant – Open Contracting Partnership. He is an international procurement specialist and an electronic government procurement (eGP) consultant with 43 years of practical experience implementing donor-funded projects in Africa, Asia, the Caucuses and the Middle East. Over the last 13 years, he has focussed on supporting the adoption of e-GP by providing training and business requirements analysis for the design and procurement of e-GP systems. Chris is a passionate advocate for adopting a data-driven Open Contracting approach to public procurement and the use of the Open Contracting Data Standard (OCDS) in e-GP. He co-authored the Open Contracting Partnership guide to defining an OCDS specification when procuring a new e-GP system and is advising the UK and Welsh Governments on the data dimension of their procurement reforms.
£99 + VAT
10 Feb 2022
10:00 - 1:00 GMT
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