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brexit-implications

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Toblerones are smaller in size, Walker and Nescafé have increased their prices, and a third of UK businesses are drawing up plans to avoid post-Brexit tariffs. Brexit is a common concern in the procurement market, and although it is uncertain exactly how supply chains, contracts and the legal system will be affected, organisations are not wasting time in their preparations.

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Cyber Essentials is a certification scheme backed by the Government in an attempt to reduce cyber vulnerability throughout the supply chain. When implemented correctly, the security controls outlined should prevent 80% of cyber-attacks.

PQQ Process

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Public sectors buyers in the UK must follow the EU rules for public procurement when issuing invitations to tender. The rules are designed to ensure equal treatment, transparency and proportionality; suppliers going into the process know how the tender is going to be structured, evaluated, and ultimately how it will be awarded.

late-payment-SMEs

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In 2016, BACS Payment Schemes Limited found that the average late payment debt owed to SMEs in the UK stood at £32,185. This equates to a staggering total of £26.3 billion owed to SMEs across the country.

public-sector-news

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- Care contracts returned to councils
- Crown Commercial Services failed to deliver quality services
- Current challenges for innovative procurement

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