What does Brexit mean for public procurement in the UK’s Education Sector? November 2020 update
Our colleagues at Schools’ Buying Club have recently written an article on the potential implications that leaving the EU could have on public procurement in the UK, and what this could mean for our clients in the education sector.
Following the end of the transition period in December 2020, there is an air of uncertainty regarding how Brexit may impact the UK’s economy, policy and legal system from January 2021 onwards. The Brexit paper hopes to shed some light on the practical implications that Brexit will have on public procurement in 2021, whilst also addressing some of the speculation around the long-term impact.
Read the full article here: What does Brexit mean for public procurement in the UK’s Education Sector – November 2020 Update
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