The University of Nottingham - Public Procurement Research Group’s Global Revolution international conference series is intended for policy-makers, lawyers and practitioners from the main international organisations involved in global public procurement regulation, as well as world-leading leading professors and researchers.
The Government Contract Management Symposium (GCMS) is held annually by the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) in the Washington, DC metro area, providing training for contracting professionals in both government and industry.
The scope of NPP 2018 is to give you thorough insight on the implications of the EU Public Procurement Directives, access to the latest research, knowledge and inspiration through relevant case experiences and an update on recent developments in case law of the Court of Justice in the field of PP.
The African Procurement Law Unit (APLU) is pleased to announce the Third International Conference on Public Procurement Law Africa. The Conference theme is Procuring for Development in Uncertain Times. The theme will address a range of critically important issues relating to the uncertainty facing public procurement in Africa and beyond, especially in relation to digital innovations such as “smart contracts”; the integration between procurement and human rights issues such as modern slavery; global uncertainty in the face of Brexit and “America First” policies; the role of procurement in meeting the Sustainable Development goals; recession in many African countries and slow global economic growth, as well as issues of anti-corruption, governance and the operational context of procurement.
This year’s Public Procurement Forum will focus on the linkages between public procurement strategies and SMEs development.
The University Sorbonne of Paris and the Faculty of Economics of the University of Rome Tor Vergata are pleased to announce the launch of the 4th Interdisciplinary Symposium on Public Procurement.
The latest developments in public procurement law. Learn from leading experts, regulators and government officials from across Europe.
Two days of in-depth procurement discussion on a sectoral, national, and supranational scale. What is next for European public procurement? Network with those who know...
Lear is proud to sponsor the Workshop on Contemporary Issues in Procurement Practices, organized by the IMPPM Alumni Association in collaboration with the University of Rome Tor Vergata. The Workshop will take place at the headquarter of UNESCO in Paris on 23rd and 24th October 2018.
The Public Procurement Research Group (PPRG) at the University of Nottingham (UK) is pleased to announce it will be holding the 8th Public Procurement Research Students Conference on 20-21 September 2018.
The NIGP Forum is the largest North American conference exclusively for public procurement. The Forum is NIGP's showcase educational event, providing an ideal environment for networking with colleagues and suppliers, attending educational workshops led by subject matter experts in the field, and being motivated and inspired by professional speakers during general sessions.
In Arusha, Tanzania, the eighth International Public Procurement Conference (IPPC8) will take place. The IPPC is one of the largest, if not the largest, international public procurement conference globally dedicated to academic discussion and practitioner engagement.
World Congress is the National Contract Management Association’s largest education event for contract management, procurement, and acquisition professionals. Individuals from government (federal, state, and local); industry; and commercial business come together for networking and training for all career levels.
The goal of the Global Procurement Conference is to raise awareness for the planetary implications of joint decisions regarding what is purchased, how and for whom in the public domain.
The show is a must-attend event for anyone responsible for procurement in central and local government, as well as the wider public sector. You’ll hear from over 140 leading voices and network with over 2,000 senior public servants who are all looking to learn, procure and deliver.