• Welcome to our new Talking Heads series, designed to provide you with easily digestible, short videos around the Procurement Act. We’ve broken down each topic within the Procurement Bill into individual discussion pieces, which highlight the essential points you need to be aware of. 


    Time to get ready

    We understand that organisations operate within constraints of limited resources, necessitating careful allocation of time and effort to adapt to new regulations. This video centres on the critical aspect of time, exploring how this Act could potentially streamline processes for authorities.


    Contract management

    This video brings attention to amendments in the Bill concerning contract management, with a strong focus on the proactive selection of key performance indicators prior to contract finalisation. These indicators are then publically reported upon. We delve into the significance of key performance indicators and the specific changes that organisations should be mindful of.


    Supplier management

    This video addresses supplier management and the challenges faced by suppliers as a result of the Bill and its supporting regulations.


    If you think you’d benefit from tailored organisation specific training, we’re delivering bespoke training for our clients on the Bill. Please do get in touch with Emily Heard if you’d like to know more.


    More in Talking Head series

    Talking Heads: Essential key points about the Procurement Act - Part two

    Talking Heads: Essential key points about the Procurement Act - Part three

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