9 March 2023 | Webinars | Article by Matt Detheridge

Webinar replay: Social Partnership and Public Procurement (Wales) Bill deep dive

Watch our webinar replay: SPPP Bill deep dive

The second webinar in our procurement reform webinar series. Deep dive into the Social Partnership and Public Procurement (Wales) (SPPP) Bill. This webinar looks to answer the question “What does this mean for me and what do I have to do?” to ensure you have a sound understanding of the upcoming changes and are as well prepared as possible.

Matt Detheridge, Procurement Solicitor at Hugh James is joined by Sue Hurrell, Head of Fair Work Procurement at Welsh Government, providing a holistic session that covers not only the legislation but key tips for what you, as contracting authorities, will need to do to comply with the anticipated requirements of the Bill in practice.

We have posted the webinar recording above, for you to watch at your leisure. 


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