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Industry experts share insights on federal tech trends for the new year, a group of senators are working to ensure that contractors will be paid back when funding is passed, and California governor promotes a new procurement tool …
UK think tank, The Institute for Government (IfG) aims is to help make government work and perform more effectively. It carries out research and analysis, delivers commentary and holds public events to explore the key challenges facing government in a …
PYMNTS writes this week that “In the case of a no-deal Brexit, opportunities for suppliers to land contracts with the U.K. government may not be advertised in the Official Journal of the European Union, where such EU deals are listed. The …
The Chartered Institute for Procurement and Supply (CIPS) Procurement Excellence Programme is a globally recognised award demonstrating how well organisations are performing with their procurement and supply chain activities. The Ministry of Justice (one of the UK’s largest government departments) has achieved …
Since reporting on ‘a five-fold increase in the value of the original tender,’ in relation to Malta’s St Vincent de Paul Residence, we read this week in the Times of Malta that “The government has again insisted on refusing …
In a week when late payments has hit the UK spotlight again, CITY A.M. reports that “The number of businesses receiving late payments from the Cabinet Office (CO) has nearly tripled in the last two years, despite the department imposing …
Much in the UK news this week – as it marks the first anniversary of Carillion’s collapse – on The Public Sector Supply Chains (Project Bank Accounts) Bill, which has its second reading in March. Head of public affairs & …
Episode 13 of the Public Procurement Leaders Podcast Have you ever seen the popular YouTube video, The Backwards Brain Bicycle? It’s a great demonstration of how our minds work. In the video, a …
While the military’s budget may be funded, other federal agencies are running late with payments to defense firms, an audit shows that a statewide system could have saved Oregon more than $1 billion over the last two years, …
Following the award of the Seaborne Freight ferry contract in the event of a no-deal Brexit, read more here, Supply Management reported recently that ‘Scottish MEP Alyn Smith (SNP) has written to the EC requesting an investigation into the …