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Public Sector Round-Up 04.09.20

In the news this week: £500 million investment in quick result COVID-19 tests, £50m NHS Funding to Boost AI Usage, and Shovel-ready 5G hub project for in Nottinghamshire.
Our top OJEU notices for the week feature a significant contract in Devon for repair and maintenance services of wheelchairs, extensive construction work for the Museum of London, and General-practitioner services in Birmingham.
There was one significant prior information notice this week for The Gambling Commission, valued at £6.4 for the licence to deliver the UK National Lottery.

Top Contract Award Notices this week 19/06/2020

This week’s top contract award notices include:

– The routine servicing, maintenance and responsive repairs of fire safety, warden call, door entry and CCTV equipment.

– Content and distribution services to raise the profile of Wales as a place to visit, work, invest and more over the next 2-4 years.

– An immediate and urgent requirement to provide food products to those most in need due to the outbreak of Coronavirus

Changes to procurement policy: Supplier relief due to COVID-19

On March 20th the Cabinet Office issued reassurance to suppliers with temporary changes to existing procurement policy. The changes aim to protect suppliers, their workforce and supply chains, helping to ensure service continuity now and into the future.

Changes to procurement policy: Responding to Covid-19

On March 18th, the government acknowledged the strain on the public sector by making changes to procurement policy, and ensuring resources can be sourced as a matter of urgency. These policy changes […]

Rapid sanitising technology for ambulances needed to combat Coronavirus

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is looking for innovative and novel ways of cleaning ambulances quickly to help combat Coronavirus. After transporting a patient suspected of having COVID-19, it can take […]

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