Research Paper: Markets for Good – Creating effective public-private partnerships post-Brexit

Research Paper: Markets for Good – Creating effective public-private partnerships post-Brexit

Research on maximising the efficiency of public procurement post-Brexit (source: CBI/Browne Jacobson)

Commissioning of public services, Public Private Procurement Network, Brexit Published 18 March 2019
"The UK Government’s Industrial Strategy rightly highlights public procurement as one of the most important levers Government has for driving social and economic prosperity across the UK’s regions and nations. But beyond this, effective collaboration across sectors is also at the heart of delivering the high-quality public services and infrastructure that are critical to the functioning of our daily lives.
Brexit and the spotlight it is shining on our current regulatory environment provide both a risk and an opportunity here.
By identifying some key areas for reform, this CBI briefing paper aims to provide a useful tool for government, and its commissioners, as we enter a critical period for both public sector agencies and their suppliers. "

 

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