Procurement After Brexit

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Last September, we wrote about how the procurement process could change after Brexit. Five months on, much remains unknown as the UK parliament has voted against Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

Our parent company, BiP Solutions, has released a helpful factsheet ‘Procurement: Deal or No Deal’, which outlines what we currently know about how public procurement will proceed, given the various possibilities for the deal the UK negotiates with the EU. It discusses:

  • How procurement will change if there’s a ‘no-deal exit’
  • What will stay the same if no deal is negotiated
  • How a negotiated deal will affect UK procurement
  • What contracting authorities can do to reduce the amount they need to prepare

The factsheet is available for download now. 

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