Having a firmer grasp on procurement law and mandatory procedures has never been more important for public sector organisations. By gaining further knowledge of procurement law and procedures your organisation can improve how it procures services and manages suppliers.
Attend our Understanding Procurement Law and Procedures course to gain a firmer overview of procurement law and regulation and learn how to adapt to a more streamlined and less costly procurement process. Through interactive expert-led discussions, discover the differences between the Office Journal of the European Union (OJEU) and Find a Tender Service (FTS) and understand how to comply with the necessary regulation.
Led by procurement expert, Gillian King, receive guidance on the relevant procurement directives, hear potential updates such as the upcoming Procurement Bill and possible outcomes from the “Transforming Public Procurement Green Paper”, along with processes that affect your procurement procedures.
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Please note we will use Zoom to virtually deliver this course
Gillian King is a highly experienced procurement professional and trainer, with over 20 years’ experience in global procurement and supply chain management, working for government and multinational corporations in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Her sector experience is as a procurement professional, initially with the Civil Service in the UK Home Office and later as a global category leader for Zurich Financial Services, where her group annual spend was in excess of $400 M.
More recently she has provided consultancy and training to international government and ‘Blue Chip’ organisations in Abu Dhabi and Singapore, specialising in ...