- UK government maps post-Brexit shake up of public procurement
- Immediate changes from 1 January 2021
- Below threshold contracts
- Moves to transform public procurement law
- Significant proposals
- Behaviour shift
Public Law analysis: With the UK no longer bound to comply with EU procurement directives from 2021, the government has published a Green Paper and Procurement Policy Notes setting out wide-ranging changes to how public bodies tender contracts. Catherine Wolfenden, John Cleverly and Kate Davies of Osborne Clarke discuss the immediate changes from 1 January 2021 and the proposed changes ahead.
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