The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 came into force on 26 February 2015 in the biggest shake up of procurement law for a decade.
This practical, interactive training seminar hosted by Mills & Reeves will be of value to procurement professionals across the public, private and third sectors. Focusing on the key changes and practical implications, Mills & Reeves aim to help you, not only to comply with the new regime, but also to get maximum advantage from the greater flexibilities and opportunities it offers.
Many procurement practitioners may well have been caught on the back foot by the Cabinet Office’s expedited timetable for the introduction of the new rules. If so, you may find Mills & Reeves handy user guide to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 a helpful resource. They also offer a user-friendly 2015 Regulations timescale tracker; an at-a-glance guide to help you navigate your way around the new procurement landscape. You could also call or email their procurement helpline with any queries you may have around the new regulations and how they apply to your organisation.
About the Author
Kevin Calder specialise in commercial and procurement advice, in particular around technology outsourcing projects. His work includes helping technology customers – such as plcs, government departments and industry regulators – negotiate software licensing and development contracts and to outsource the provision of ICT services. He can be contacted on + (44)(0)1223 222208 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Mills & Reeve LLP.