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Articles & newsletters (34)
Procurement Alert: Court refuses to lift automatic suspension where other health services could be affected
08 marzo 2018
Procurement in Health Seminar Series: 7 June - Leeds, 21 June - London, 6 July - Newcastle
01 abril 2016
DAC Beachcroft Procurement Alert: Stop Press! Publica Contracts Regulations 2015 come into force on Thursday 26 February 2015
06 febrero 2015
Monitor's Substantive Guidance on the Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition (No.2) Regulations 2013
06 febrero 2014
Monitor's Substantive Guidance on the Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition (No.2) Regulations 2013 - January 2014
24 enero 2014