Policy Briefing on Procurement Bill

Policy Briefing on Procurement Bill Policy Briefing on Procurement Bill

16 June 2022


14:00 - 16:00


Browne Jacobson LLP


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Policy Briefing

Following the UK’s departure from the EU, the Cabinet Office has undertaken a large-scale reform of procurement rules and regulations in a bid to make public sector markets fairer, more competitive, and more accessible. After the widely discussed Transforming Public Procurement green paper consultation and government response in 2021, a Procurement Bill is expected to be presented to Parliament in Spring 2022. The changes outlined in this Bill will apply to all public sector bodies, including local authorities and central government departments, and impact everything from supplier selection to contract award criteria.

In 2020-21, the UK public sector market reached £357 billion per year, covering a wide range of different industries and all parts of the country. Businesses work with the public sector to deliver everything from vital public services to construction projects of all sizes, all parts of the defence sector to common goods and services found in offices and sites across the country.

Understanding what these changes mean - including the opportunities and challenges – is essential for business preparedness, and the CBI is proud to partner with Browne Jacobson to deliver this invitation only event discussing the Procurement Bill and its implications for public-private partnerships.



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