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  • Welcome to the THIRD of four Bootcamp sessions running each week until 24 November 2021

    Wednesday 17 November – Ironing out glitches in the procurement process
    Fran Mussellwhite, Trevor Watt and Kyle Duggan discussed some of the recurring tricky issues faced by our clients in public procurement processes and how best to manage them. In a slight change to the previously published topics, they covered:

    • Levelling the playing field - how far do you have to go?
    • When should tenders be verified or investigated?
    • When is abandonment an option?

    If you have any questions about issues raised in today’s session then please feel free to e-mail our trainee solicitor, Madeleine Nankervis by clicking here. We will answer as many of your questions as possible in the Q&A video.

    Once again we can’t get together in person and we miss meeting up with you for our regular Procurement Updates. As we did in the Summer, we will once again be delivering this Autumn's series in the form of a Public Procurement Bootcamp. 

    Starting Wednesday 3 November, we have been sending weekly updates of approximately 45 minutes a day for three weeks in a row to bring you up to speed. Two weeks later on 1 December we will send you a pre-recorded Q&A webinar where Emily Heard, Fran Mussellwhite and Matthew Mo will address the issues raised during the Bootcamp week.

    Still to come...

    Wednesday 1 December - Q&A 


    If you did not sign up for the bootcamp, and so did not receive this update straight to your inbox, you still have time to sign up to receive the next which is the final Q&A video on 1 December. If you miss the 11am video, you'll still be able to view each day of Bootcamp 'On Demand' at a suitable time for you.


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