Public Procurement Event: How to Maximise Value for Money During Economic Uncertainty

It’s a tough time to work in public procurement. As the uncertainty of Brexit looms, procurement teams remain under pressure to achieve value for money - whilst managing already stretched budgets.

So how can teams ensure they are getting the most bang for their buck - securing greater efficiency savings plus wider social outcomes?

In partnership with the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply, we're delighted to be running an event suitable for all Fusion21 members, informing practitioners how to maximise outcomes from public procurement exercises. 

This FREE half day session held on Tuesday 6th March at The Building Centre in London will focus on: 

  • Preparing for the uncertainty of Brexit; understanding the risk it poses to public procurement and its wider impact
  • How to achieve increased value for money including via a framework approach covering:
    • Securing cost certainty, cost avoidance and efficiency savings
    • The challenges of keeping materials and labour costs down
    • Evaluating the wider impact of spend decisions
    • Social value generation
    • Advantages and outcomes of effective supply relationship management
    • The benefits of managing contractor performance
    • Monitoring the financial stability of your supply chain 

Keynote speakers will be revealed soon and the session will run from 8:30am -1:30pm covering a variety of presentations, Q&A and a roundtable session. 

The session will kick off with breakfast and networking and finish with a light lunch.

Book your place now!

To book your place or request further information, contact Faye Foster, Communications Manager on or call 0151 481 3047.

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