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Speakers from the Cabinet Office, Trowers & Hamlins and the housing sector will provide an update as to how the Transforming Public Procurement consultation paper on reforms to public procurement law has progressed and discuss how the most radical changes to public procurement in a generation will impact the housing sector.

On Friday 10 December we will be hosting a webinar to explore the progress made by the Cabinet Office since last year's publication of the Green Paper and its potential impact on clients and bidders.

Join our expert speakers, with a keynote presentation from Lindsay Maguire, Head of Engagement for Procurement Reform at the Cabinet Office followed by analysis of the reforms by Rebecca Rees, Partner and Head of Public Procurement at Trowers & Hamlins and initial responses from the sector by Alan Heron, Director of Procurement at Places for People Group and John Wallace, Procurement Director at Clarion Housing Group.

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Event details

Friday 10 December 2021
10:00am - 11:30am