NEWS & INSIGHTS
NEWS & INSIGHTS
When bidding for large contracts, success is driven from the top Over the years, Augmentas has had the pleasure of working with many different clients
What changes can be made to ensure public sector spending and project management is more efficient? The government spends in excess of £250 billion annually
What changes are in store for public sector procurement in 2021? With a Brexit deal agreed, there are questions being asked about the changing purchasing
How do I become an authorised supplier to the public sector? How do I become an authorised supplier to the public sector? With our experience
FREE WEBINAR: Bidding from the Board – how to positively influence your public sector bidding success
Glenn St John-Colgan will be joining John Brunning, Partner at commercial group at Fieldfisher for an informative session designed to assist board level executives and general counsel challenge the organisation’s bidding strategy.
Procurement Risk Management will be critical as businesses prepare for their bounce back.
In the unfortunate current climate, it seems somewhat apt to raise the topic of Risk Management.
As you will be aware, on the 17th March, the UK Government announced a delay to the much debated IR35 reforms that were due to come into force in April this year. IR35 has been a hot topic in Parliament for the past 12 months with much resistance coming from across the business landscape.
This Procurement Policy Note (PPN) sets out information and guidance for public bodies
on payment of their suppliers to ensure service continuity during and after the current
coronavirus, COVID-19, outbreak.
Augmentas Group’s Managing Director Glenn St John-Colgan has been invited to sit on the judging panel at this year’s Annual London & South Director of the Year Awards hosted by the Institute of Directors.
Augmentas Group held its first Alumni Event at M on Victoria Street. It was a great night, with over 40 of us and a few long-standing clients as well. Augmentas’ MD Glenn gave a short but rousing speech about the future of our Network, followed by some celebratory drinks, nibbles and some lively discussion.
TUPE applies to the private sector, the public sector and the third sector.
A primary objective of the UK Government’s National Cyber Security Strategy is to make the UK a safer place to conduct business online.