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You can find our latest webinar recordings below.
Following on from October’s incredibly popular time to talk covering the Procurement Bill, Uddalak Datta, Legal Director, Shakespeare Martineau, gives an update on the latest developments as the Procurement Bill nears the end of its passage through the House of Commons. (17 April 2023)
Hear from the Cabinet Office on transforming public procurement. (April 2023)
Public procurement compliance continues to be a risk area for universities and other education institutions which are subject to the rules. There have been a number of recent cases which will have a practical impact on how you go about your buying. Clyde & Co’s procurement team will be looking at the cases from an HE perspective and providing practical ideas to incorporate the impact into your purchasing. (31 March 2023)
A webinar from Michael Flagg of LUPC covering the HESCET tool, including an overview and brief history of the tool, overview of carbon emissions reporting and demo of the tool. (5 Dec 2022)
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