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Introduction to public sector procurement


Education Center: CIPS
Date: 25 February 2020
City: Birmingham

Duration: 1 day

In recent years, there has been ever greater scrutiny of public sector spending and this has had a substantial impact on the way organisations acquire goods and services.  This course provides guidance on the relevant EU directives, public procurement rules and other legislation that will affect your procurement procedures, as well as examining best practice on how to apply them.  The course is ideally suited to those new to working in the public sector or in organisations that work with the public sector.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Understand the implications of the specific UK and EU legislation regarding public procurement
- Understand the processes required to establish good practice and operate within legal parameters
- Apply the knowledge in your own organisation, ensuring fair and equal treatment of potential suppliers
- Demonstrate knowledge of recent case law and the effect this has had on procurement practice.



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Other editions of this course
in United Kingdom:

29 Apr 2020  -  London

23 Jun 2020  -  Manchester

23 Sep 2020  -  Bristol

24 Nov 2020  -  London


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