With major changes to public procurement on the horizon, this year’s annual update is more important than ever. Everyone working in public procurement will be affected. In this webinar, Clarkslegal will cover the essential information you need to know in the following areas:
- Future of public procurement after Brexit
- By-passing the rules – urgent public procurement during the pandemic 3
- All key legal developments on challenging procurement awards from the last year
Jon Williams of Strategic Proposals joined us to talk on “Bidding in Changing Times”, providing us with his insights into the impact of the pandemic on bid teams.
Should you wish to discuss any of the issues highlighted in the webinar or you would like further information on Clarkslegal, please email email@example.com.
- 25 February 2021
- On Demand Webinar
- Public projects and procurement
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