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We know that procurement does not take place in a legal vacuum. The procurement rules are only part of the wider picture. Practical training and guidance, as well as easily understood policies and procedures, are important.
Explaining what the procurement rules mean in practice can be challenging to do in a way that is not over-legalistic, and requires special skills. Clients tell us that we deliver excellent, easy to understand practical training which is of direct daily relevance.
We assist clients to prepare internal guidance, procedures and supporting documents for experts and non-experts involved in the procurement process. We also work with our clients on the review and drafting of public facing procurement related documents, such as contract standing orders and contract procedures and template tender documentation.
We represent all types of contracting authorities including local authorities, NHS Trusts and Foundation Trusts, CCGs, central government and NDPBs, educational bodies, charities, regulators. We also offer this service to private sector bidders.
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