Procurement Week 2014
The Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies (ICPS) held its third annual Procurement Week Conference in March this year in Cardiff. The series of training events attracted over 400 delegates from all over Europe.
Jane Hutt AM, Minister of Finance, Welsh Government
Totis Kotsonis, Of Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright
The New Directives – Simplification, Codification, Consternation or Complication? The new utilities directive
Dr Dacian Dragos, Romania,
Centre for Good Governance
Sub-dimensional Public Procurement: between EU principles and gold plating
Dr Grith Skovgaard Olykke, Denmark, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School
The New Directives – Simplification, Codification, Consternation or Complication?
Patrick McGovern, Partner, Arthur Cox, London, Dublin & Belfast
A 2020 Vision : Public Procurement Insights and Mega Trends - Information Access- Past Performance - Public-Public Cooperation
Sarah Hannaford QC, Keating Chambers, London
The new Directives- flexibility or a hardening of the main arteries?
Dr Marta Andrecka, Fellow, Aarhus University
Innovation partnership in the new public procurement regime - shift of focus from procedural to contractual issues?
Ciara Kennedy-Loest, Partner,
Hogan Lovells, Brussels
Philip Lee, Managing Partner,
Philip Lee Associates, Ireland
New Procurement Directives
Prof Steven Schooner, Chair in Government Procurement Law, George Washington University, USA
Public Procurement Insights & Mega Trends What’s coming?
Anders Jessen, Head of Unit, Procurement, Intellectual Property, EU Commission
TTIP – A Truly Integrated Transatlantic Procurement Market?
Anna Marie Curran, Partner, A&L Goodbody, London & Dublin
Driving Social Agendas in Public Procurement – Lost Opportunity or a New Dawn?
Sue Hurrell, Value Wales, Welsh Government
Social Agendas - the practicalities
Tara Hartley, Office of Small and Medium
Abby Semple, London, Public Procurement Analysis
Public Procurement of Innovation: Theory and Practice
Procurement Ombudsman of Canada
Different Approaches to Dispute Resolution of Procurement Disputes
Michael Bowsher, QC, Monkton Chambers
Professor Geo Quinot, South Africa,
Alexandre Motta, Managing Director, School of Administration, Ministry of Finance, Brazil
Dispute Resolution In Public Procurement, The Brazilian Case
Sam Rowbury, Director of Policy Delivery, Cabinet Office
The Uk Response on Key Innovations in the New Directives
Lee Hayward MCIPS, Procurement Business Partner, BBC Wales, Bristol & Birmingham
Kaitlin Devine, Senior Developer, Sunlight Foundation
Open Data for Procurement
Dr Albert Sanchez Graells, University of Leicester
Light touch approach to social services procurement: “Creating local monopolies"?
Dr Pedro Telles, Innovation Specialist, Bangor University
Social policies in public procurement, 5 reasons why they can be a bad idea
Nigel Giffin, QC -11 King's Bench Walk
Remdies in Procurement Law
Matthias Goellner, Co-Founder, Old St Labs, Public Procurement Analysis
Tim Williams, Director, Millstream
Innovation in eTendering
Dr Ian Johnson
Cross-Border Access to Markets: Issues & Solutions
Cross-Border Access to Public Procurement Markets: Issues and Solutions
Luís Valadares Tavare
Electronic Public Procurement in Portugal : Achievements and Expectations
Gary Clifford, Director, ICPS
Cross Border Access to Public Procurement Markets
Marlene Grauer, ICLEI
Getting support for innovation procurement: The PPI Platform
Procurement of Innovation
Driving Social Agendas in Public Procurement – Lost Opportunity or New Dawn?
Dr Paul Cantrell, Wales Co-operative Centre
The co-operative way of fighting back
Helping High Potential Start Ups access international markets