• Welcome to our 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. Watch Talking Heads series from the beginning here.



    This video discusses the changes in the Bill in terms of modifying public contracts. This touches on increased transparency which is a common theme in the Bill.



    This video highlights the proposed changes in relation to the standstill period. We also take a quick look at whether or not there have been any changes to the remedy of damages.


    Post contract remedies

    This video discusses the remedies available to bidders in procurement challenges where the contact has already been signed. We also look at the new procurement review unit and what powers it’s going to have.


    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 one

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

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