Local government pandemic procurement study launched

By Michael Burton | 16 February 2021

A major study into how local authorities have managed their annual £100bn local procurement spend during the pandemic has been launched with a call for evidence.

The study, led by Stirling University and facilitated by the new Centre for Partnering, will look at supply chains, the impact of procurement spend on local economies and the delivery of social value during COVID-19.

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