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Transforming Public Procurement after BREXIT: Harnessing the Power of the Devolved Administrations

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Devolution workshop hosted by Dr Luke Butler.
Date:
18 January 2023

Professor Sue Arrowsmith presents research on lessons from procurement regulation in the pandemic to annual EPCO conference

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News of Sue Arrowsmith's webinar on 14 December 2022 for EPCO, the procurement coordination system for the European Central Banks
Date:
03 January 2023

Dr Luke Butler invited for a PPRG seminar in Oslo, Norway

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On 9 December 2022, the leading Norwegian law firm, Arntzen De Besche, invited Luke Butler to speak at a seminar in Oslo on remedies in public procurement and the potential for reform.
Date:
12 December 2022

Professor Sue Arrowsmith KC presents as keynote speaker at the Annual Nordic Public Procurement Forum

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Sue Arrowsmith was again invited as a keynote speaker to address the Nordic Public Procurement Forum hosted by Nohr Con in Copenhagen.
Date:
01 December 2022

Webinar by Professor Sue Arrowsmith KC on the new UK Procurement Bill

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Sue Arrowsmith delivers a webinar for Achilles Information explaining practical aspects of the Government's new procurement rules.
Date:
23 November 2022

Research presented at the European Defence Agency

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Dr Aris Georgopoulos presents his Research at the European Defence Agency (EDA) in Brussels.
Date:
11 November 2022

"Quo Vadis Britannia"

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Dr Aris Georgopoulos writes invited op-ed about the recent political developments in the UK.
Date:
07 November 2022

Dr Luke Butler presents first findings of White Paper on diagnostics procurements during Covid at BIVDA

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On Wednesday 12 October, Luke Butler presented provisional findings from his White Paper.
Date:
18 October 2022
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