Jackson is a Senior Commercial Consultant with a twenty-five-year career as a leader
of major business transformation initiatives across retail, IT, telecommunications and
Procurement Risk Management will be critical as businesses prepare for their bounce back.
In the unfortunate current climate, it seems somewhat apt to raise the topic of Risk Management.
It has had a lot of press over the last year or so, culminating now with it being delayed until next year (2021). However, was that really a consequence of COVID-19, or was it an ‘opportunity’ to have another think?
This Procurement Policy Note (PPN) sets out information and guidance for public bodies
on payment of their suppliers to ensure service continuity during and after the current
coronavirus, COVID-19, outbreak.
This Procurement Policy Note (PPN) sets out information and associated guidance on the public procurement regulations and responding to the current coronavirus, COVID-19, outbreak.
As you will be aware, on the 17th March, the UK Government announced a delay to the much debated IR35 reforms that were due to come into force in April this year. IR35 has been a hot topic in Parliament for the past 12 months with much resistance coming from across the business landscape.