UK Public Procurement Law Digest: The 2011 Procurement Law Agenda

Morrison & Foerster LLP

The first 9 months of the new UK coalition government were marked, in public procurement terms, by the early freeze imposed by the Cabinet Office on all new central government procurements and the wide-ranging review of existing projects and commercial terms with the largest suppliers to government. In this issue of the UK Public Procurement Law Digest, we look at what public procurement issues are likely to be making the news over the next 12 months.

2011 ought to be the time when, as well as slowly thawing the project freeze, the coalition government begins to roll out its policy approach to procurement and determines which particular policy initiatives are going to result in new projects.

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