Public Procurement Legal Update and Brexit Implications

Tuesday, 3 March 2020 - BIRMINGHAM


Public Procurement Legal Update and Brexit Implications
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This event will provide the latest procurement legal updates including recent case laws and looking into Brexit implications both in the short-term and long-term


    Public Procurement legal update and Brexit implications covering:

    • Brexit implications - both in the short-term and long-term
    • Requirements for "below threshold" contracts and the "misleading" PPN from Crown Commercial Service
    • The use of PAS91 and the SSQ Selection, including relevant case law
    • Latest cases on award criteria and the evaluation process
    • Checklist from recent cases on using buying club frameworks

    This free event is for CIPS members and non-members to attend.

    Refreshments will be provided before the start of the event.

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    09:30Registration and refreshment
    10:00Welcome, Introduction and Housekeeping
    12:00Event closes


    Andrew Millross

    PartnerAnthony Collins Solicitors LLP

    Summary of presentation: Latest Procurement Legal Updates and Brexit Implication both in the short-term and Long-term

    Biography of speaker: Andrew is a Partner in Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP. He co-leads our procurement and construction team. He has been with the firm since 1997 and before then spent 7 years in-house in local government. As well as specialising in procurement and construction, Andrew has a background in governance and public sector projects.

    Andrew wrote the National Housing Federation “Guide to the EU procurement rules” (2nd edition published 2007) a practical guide for registered providers on how to comply with the EU procurement rules. He was also the editor and main author of the NHF Contract Management guide (published January 2010). Andrew led the team from Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP that was responsible for updating the NHF Schedule of Rates contract documents in 2011. He has also written the EU procurement parts of the NHF Procurement in Practice book published in 2013.


    Tuesday 3 Mar - BIRMINGHAM

    Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP
    134 Edmund Street
    West Midlands
    B3 2ES
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