|Title:||Covid-19 Risk Analysis in Public Procurement|
|Date(s):||3rd July 2020 12:30 PM (approximately 45-60 minutes) System live from 12pm - webinar starts at 12.30pm.|
About the Event
The first of a three part series of webinars, this webinar will look at the impact of Covid-19 on business models, which could create risk for public bodies in relation to establishing supply chains into the public sector and / or awarding one-off public contracts.
As new clauses are emerging in Public ‘Requests for Tender’ and Pre-Qualification Questionnaires, such clauses are asking bidders to:
- Identify the specific risks that Covid-19 has created for their business models;
- Set out resilience planning (and risk mitigation strategies) being put in place to ensure business continuity;
- Ensure that they can fulfil contractual commitments entered into if they are successful in the tender.
The aim of this webinar is to:
- Identify the risk issues for businesses seeking to participate in procurement competitions,
- Identify the areas of the public sector where these clauses are most likely to emerge, and
- Explore the issue of resilience planning, and planning for business continuity – particularly as it applies to tendering for (and delivering) public contracts.
The webinar will also feature a Q&A session with Risk & Resilience Ltd: a leader in delivering practical resilience solutions for complex and challenging client requirements.
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information and a link for joining the webinar on 3rd July 2020.
Please note: This webinar is not being recorded, and no playback is available there-after.
Participants will have the option to submit questions throughout the webinar, which will keep participant data confidential. All questions (time depending) will be addressed during the webinar.
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