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Independent spend management company, Jaggaer, and Promo PA Foundation, have released the results of a survey of public procurement across Italy. Based on 250 interviews with Italian public procurement organisations, it was designed to measure how digital purchasing has changed …
Nominees for the 2019 Smarter Working Awards organised by the UK Government Property Agency have been revealed. 12 government organisations are recognised for their achievements in driving smart working transformation across the civil service and wider public sector. The awards …
Governments around the world purchase approximately $10 trillion in goods and services to accomplish their missions, serve their citizens, and achieve public policy goals. But how do government leaders and managers, policy makers, and citizens know the money is being …
A number of public sector organisations have been recognised for their efforts in tackling fraud, which is estimated to cost the UK government between £31bn and £49bn every year. Winner of the ‘excellence in fraud prevention’ category was the HMRC for its …
Don’t forget entries close on March 31 2019 for the Sustainable, Circular and Innovative Public Procurement Awards -full details are here. The Procura+ Awards recognise sustainable and innovative public procurements and tender procedures which lead to real improvements in public …
A review of The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) qualifications has been launched. The institute has reviewed and restructured its qualifications to develop more agile and creative thinkers, focused on strategy and relationship building, it says. “Following a …
Facilities management provider, EMCOR UK, announced this week that it had achieved conformity to the new international standard ISO 20400 for sustainable procurement – the first facilities management provider to do so. We wrote about the ISO 20400 standard here …
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 & …
The Romanian government will discuss publishing a book of achievements of the government’s activity in 2018. Each ministry will send a summary of its 2018 achievements to the National Strategy and Prognosis Commission (CNSP) which will be presented to government.