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What is happening with public procurement reform post Brexit?

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Published on LexisPSL on 29/07/2021

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  • What is happening with public procurement reform post Brexit?

What is happening with public procurement reform post Brexit?

Review and reform of the domestic public procurement regime, and associated areas of regulation (including health procurement and State aid) is on the government’s agenda post-Brexit and a number of consultations have been conducted in this space.

In December 2020, the Cabinet Office published a Green Paper for consultation, setting out ‘long-planned’ proposals to transform the UK public procurement regime. The proposed reforms aim to minimise bureaucracy, prioritise value for money and provide smaller businesses with more opportunities to win government contracts. The Green Paper set out the government’s proposals in some detail, along with a series of questions for public consultation. For details, see News Analyses:

  1. UK government maps post-Brexit shake up of public procurement

  2. Continuity or change? Public procurement rules after Brexit

  3. Brexit—the end of public procurement rules or business as usual?

  4. Bird & Bird

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