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Framework Contracts in the construction sector – "Constructing the Gold Standard" – one year on; action is needed

A year on from the independent review, "Constructing the Gold Standard", we consider what more can be done to verify compliance with the Gold Standard recommendations for public sector construction frameworks
13 January 2023

The Procurement Bill: Key changes as it leaves the House of Lords

We analyse the most substantive amendments to the Procurement Bill following completion of its passage through the House of Lords
10 January 2023

The tail that wags the dog: What is reasonable and proportionate documentary disclosure in the context of procurement litigation?

We consider two recent judgments on the appropriate scope of disclosure for both a contracting authority and a challenging bidder

12 December 2022

The Procurement Bill: Key changes proposed following the House of Lords Committee Stage

In this article we analyse some of the key proposed updates to the Procurement Bill following its progress through the Committee stage of the House of Lords

18 November 2022

The Procurement Bill: progress through the House of Lords

Following the UK’s exit from the EU, the government has set out major reforms to the rules governing public sector buying in the new Procurement Bill
15 August 2022

The Procurement Bill: an expert briefing

Following the UK’s exit from the EU, the government has set out major reforms to the rules governing public sector buying in the new Procurement Bill

20 July 2022

Transforming Public Procurement: Part 4

What's the future for management of publicly procured contracts?
23 March 2022

Transforming Public Procurement: Part 3

What’s the future of bid challenges?
16 March 2022

Transforming Public Procurement: Part 2

What’s the future of public procurement routes in the UK?
09 March 2022

Transforming Public Procurement: Part 1

What’s the future of public procurement policy in the UK?
02 March 2022

Procurement Case Law Update: the automatic suspension, expedited trials and ‘protective’ proceedings

We consider recent procurement cases in relation to the automatic suspension, expedited trials and issuing claims mid process before a bidder knows if it has won or lost
12 October 2021

CCS issues guidance on public procurement for COVID-19-related requirements

This note provides guidance for central government, local authorities, NHS Trusts and CCGs and other contracting authorities on using the 'extreme urgency' exemption
20 March 2020
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