How will Brexit Shape the Future of Public Procurement?
In the wake of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, we are likely to see a period of uncertainty as exit terms are negotiated and future procurement processes are agreed.
While the implications for public sector procurement are uncertain, the role of Delta eSourcing remains crystal clear – to drive efficient and transparent procurement, promote best value and maximise opportunities for all supply chain partners to engage in fair competition.
We are committed to being the first to market with new developments and our close relationships with Crown Commercial Service and The Cabinet Office mean that we are ahead of the curve in adapting to new procurement processes. With a rich heritage in public procurement spanning over 30 years, you can depend on BiP’s Delta eSourcing as your eProcurement partner in these uncertain times.
To answer the many questions our clients have been asking about the likely impact of the EU Referendum outcome on procurement and the current processes which public entities across the United Kingdom follow, we have produced this briefing document, entitled Procurement After Brexit. Here you will find answers to some of the more commonly raised queries around advertising, OJEU, thresholds, communications, procedures, timescales and award to give buyers some understanding of what might change and what is likely to remain the same.