Webinar: Practical procurement advice and tips in the time of Covid-19


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Concentrating on practical approaches to the procurement issues prompted by the current Covid-19 outbreak, Lucy James and Rebecca Rees of Trowers & Hamlins LLP and Parishil Patel QC of 39 Essex Chambers examined the raft of Government procurement guidance that has been recently published.

PPN01/20 – How flexible is your procurement?

  • Justification of urgency
  • Regulation 72 variations
  • Other flexibilities – what is possible anyway?

Ongoing procurements: how to adopt and adapt to remote working and keep procurements on track

PPN02/20 – how to help and protect your supply-chain, looking at pre- and prompt-payment

  • Who is a “supplier at risk”?
  • BEIS business support requirements
  • PPN03/20 – Use of Procurement Cards

Business as Usual: key messages from the Courts


Click here to download a copy of Parishil Patel QC's presentation slides and here to download Lucy James and Rebecca Rees slides.

The webinar recording can be found here.

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