On 27 April 2017, the much-awaited Technical and Further Education Act (“the Act”) received Royal Assent.
The Charity & Social Enterprise team are pleased to announce their Spring 2017 Update.
Our new report argues that a combination of unimaginative procurement practice and overly cautious legal advice is holding back the commissioners of public services.
Bates Wells Braithwaite, HCT Group and E3M’s Bold Commissioners network have released a new report, The art of the possible in public procurement, examining the implications of the new Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and the options the regulations provide for public service commissioners. The report also presents a set of scenarios that seek to demonstrate the scope of what the regulations allow commissioners to do.
Julian Blake explains how these are at the forefront of social change.
The Charity and Social Enterprise department are delighted to annoucne their Summer 2016 Update.