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Navigating the Procurement Act with Confidence – A Guide for Suppliers

With the implementation of the Procurement Act commencing later this year, many suppliers are wondering what to expect from the changes. The Procurement Act is set to make life as a public sector supplier simpler, improving transparency and communication throughout the process, but how will the process change for suppliers and what do they need to look out for?

To help, we’ve created a practical guide explaining the key points of the Procurement Act. Created in conjunction with the CPO Advisory Forum, this simple summary will help suppliers navigate the upcoming changes.

Suppliers are welcome to download the guide. Public organisations may wish to share the guide direct to their suppliers to explain how their process will change.

Download: Procurement Act – Guide for Suppliers

 

 

About CPO Advisory

The CPO Advisory brings together Heads of Procurement in Local Authorities to talk about current challenges and by sharing practical experience and guidance, support each other and improve outcomes.  The forum meets four times per year with two in-person events, and two virtual events. The forum is chaired by Laura Lee, Head of Procurement, Place & Corporate, at Essex County Council.  Find out more.

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