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Public Procurement After Brexit: BiP Business Analysis - brought to you by Tracker


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This SlideShare lets you know what to expect from Public Procurement after Brexit: BiP Business Analysis.

It examines current UK procurement procedures and opportunities and the way in which they are likely or unlikely to change after Brexit.

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  • An excellent analysis of an uncertain situation. As the UK took a lead role in developing many of the Regulations and Processes it seems unlikely these would roll back very far. In any event, as all this is enshrined in legislation, it would be necessary to bring forward replacement law to enact any change - which itself will take time. As Eddie points out, the way ahead will depend on our degree of access to the Single Market and on whatever other trade deals are negotiated. Whatever the outcome the aim of treating all bidders in a fair manner and encouraging SME involvement seems likely to continue.
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Public Procurement After Brexit: BiP Business Analysis - brought to you by Tracker

  1. 1. Many of our public and private sector clients have been asking how the EU referendum vote will impact public sector procurement.
  2. 2. The short answer is “not a lot”. The slightly longer answer is contained in this business analysis Public Procurement After Brexit.
  3. 3. Written in layman’s terms, Business Analysis: Public Procurement after Brexit examines current UK procurement procedures and the way in which they are likely or unlikely to change after Brexit.
  4. 4. The report is written by Principal Procurement Consultant Eddie Regan; a professional who spends most of his waking hours either studying or instructing on procurement procedures.
  5. 5. Eddie has helped BiP clients understand countless regulatory changes over the years and in this Business Analysis, he gives us his expert opinion on the potential impact of Brexit.
  6. 6. He said: “If the UK exits the European Union but joins the European Economic Area, there is likely to be little change if any – the one key difference is we won’t have a voice at the negotiating table for future Directives, but we will probably comply voluntarily, just like Norway, Iceland and Switzerland.”
  7. 7. With much EU procurement legislation heavily influenced by UK priorities, UK procurement is unlikely to change dramatically following Brexit.
  8. 8. BUT nervousness over the economy might encourage UK customers – both consumers & businesses - to tighten their belts or look for better deals elsewhere.
  9. 9. Don’t let your fear give your competitors the upper hand! Brexit hasn’t stopped UK public sector business and it shouldn’t stop yours...
  10. 10. In the financial year 2014/15, the public sector spent approximately £263 billion on goods, works and services, making it the largest marketplace for UK suppliers.
  11. 11. The market is open to suppliers of all sizes, as Treasury figures from 2014/15 showed 27.1% of central government buying was with small businesses, either directly (10.9%) or through the supply chain (16.2%).
  12. 12. So how can you prepare?
  13. 13. To seize these opportunities you must keep ahead of public sector contract news, leads and intelligence.
  14. 14. Tracker Intelligence offers one of the largest database on public sector contracts, opportunities and analysis.
  15. 15. Tracker offers more contracts related to construction and infrastructure projects across the UK than any other provider.
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