Webinar recording: How businesses can better contract with government
Blake Morgan Partner Simon McCann recently joined forces with the CBI's Head of Government & Healthcare, George McFarlane to discuss best practice and guidance on tendering and contracting with central and/or local government.
Blake Morgan's Procurement team provide advice and assistance to public bodies and suppliers in all matters relating to procurement, including the Public, Utilities and Concession regimes. The team support in drafting and management of tenders in a wide range of major projects including in the fields of infrastructure, transport, energy, IT and communications, healthcare, housing, education and waste.
The CBI supports its members through working closely with the government's commercial team to improve dialogue with suppliers, help clarify contract pipelines and improve commercial practice in areas such as risk management. They engage with the vast majority of government's strategic suppliers helping them navigate the marketplace particularly during periods of political uncertainty.
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