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The Art of the Possible in Public Procurement

Publication date: 21/09/2016 |Categories: Featured, Markets, Publications |Tags:

Written by Frank Villeneuve-Smith of HCT and Julian Blake of Stone King

The innovative solutions that can tackle some of our really big social challenges are too often held back by a focus on the process, rather than the purpose, of public procurement.

The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provide Commissioners with a great deal of flexibility to achieve the outcomes they seek for their communities. The purpose of this publication is to highlight some of those flexibilities, how to unlock them and some of the practical things that can be achieved within the scope of the law.

The Art of the Possible in Public Procurement

This publication was produced as a collaboration between E3M member, HCT Group, and Julian Blake during his time at Bates Wells. He is now a partner at Stone King, one of E3M’s three core partners.