Content for #Public Procurement Measurement

A study by E3M, an initiative developed and managed by Social Business International, surveyed, via Pollster YouGov, 2,062 UK adults from among the general public about their attitudes towards public service delivery. 84% of respondents were aware that public bodies such …
At a UK Future Farmers seminar recently, the NFU president said: “There has got to be a complete review of the competition framework. It has to be done by the Treasury, it has to be serious and it has to …
The European Commission has this week published its latest newsletter containing news on green public procurement (GPP). It includes items on the Big Buyers Initiative: public authorities joining forces for strategic procurement; a new tool to calculate the full Life-Cycle …
Boris Johnson – the UK PM front runner – said of Procurement that: “… he wanted to change public procurement rules which could see UK companies favoured when bidding for billions of pounds worth of Government work.” The very knowledgeable …
“Public procurement has emerged as a pioneering frontier for provision of jobs and opportunities, especially for women and other marginalised groups at most risk of exclusion from social and economic growth. Cities such as Amsterdam deliberately use public procurement to …
New data from a survey of all the completed pre-commercial procurements (PCPs) funded by the EU’s research and innovation programme 7 show longer-term impact on the commercialisation success rate of companies and the modernisation of public services. Read also how …
The National Audit Office (NAO) has published a report criticising the UK government’s failure to measure the effectiveness of its funding for international development programmes – writes CivilSociety. While the NAO praises some achievements it does say that the government …
At the Health Care Supply Association summer conference, the HCSA ran a very good article reflecting on NHS Procurement through time. The author, once National Director of NHS Procurement at the Department of Health, and Procurement Director of Hampshire Hospitals …
Conducted in April and May this year, Fusion21’s Procurement Trends Report, representing the views of 100 procurement professionals from 92 organisations in the housing, local authority, education, blue light and health sectors, finds that 39% of procurement managers, directors and supply …
Following recent media reports which alleged that New York City has been overpaying for its implementation of procurement software, Spend Matters’ US analyst Pierre Mitchell went on a mission to set the record straight. The reports have used a watchdog …