As of 1 January 2022, the minimum financial thresholds for the procurement regime to apply changed, so new ones are now in force. The change has two key features: First, the minimum contract … [Read more...] about New year, new values: Public procurement thresholds in place from 1 January 2022
New public procurement thresholds apply from 1 January 2022 As of 1 January 2022, the minimum financial thresholds for the procurement regime to apply will change. This change has two key … [Read more...] about T(hresholds!) minus two weeks and counting:
As 2021 draws to a close, we can report on a number of interesting developments relevant to anyone involved in public procurement in the UK. Whether you're at the coalface organising a public … [Read more...] about Out with a bang: 2021 rounded off with a flurry of news in UK public procurement
A look at Procurement Policy Note 08/21 Background Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 08/21 has been published by the Cabinet Office to encourage bidders in central government contracts to pay their … [Read more...] about UK public procurement: Poor payers may find it harder to win government contracts
Supply chain management is a complex process involving many partners, organisations and technological systems. Without ensuring that there is a consistent approach to robust, preventative cyber … [Read more...] about What are the biggest cyber security risks for those working in procurement or supply management?
The World Economic Forum has published an overview of its project on artificial intelligence (AI) Procurement: AI Procurement in a Box. The project addresses the procurement of AI for … [Read more...] about AI Procurement Toolkit published by the World Economic Forum