Transforming procurement with data
Friday 01 July
Time: 11:00-12:00 via Teams Live
Best practices for using data to ensure a resilient public sector supply chain
Procurement and compliance teams across the public sector are under pressure to deal with increasing variety, pace of change and risk in the procurement supply chain.
From macro issues and regulations to the need to scale and meet targets for SMEs, understanding risk exposure and building resilience into the supply chain is challenging.
Furthermore, the public sector must go beyond understanding the risk posed pre-award, to proactively monitoring supplier relationships on an ongoing basis for changes in firmographics, regulation or beneficial ownership.
Join us for UKA Live on 1 July to explore how data can help transform procurement, facilitate compliance and enable resilience across the supply chain. On the panel:
- Mohamed Hans, Solicitor & Procurement Advisor, CIPFA
- Dave Jackson, Director of Business Engagement, Police Digital Service
- Stuart Swindell, Third Party Risk & Compliance Product and Strategy Director, Dun & Bradstreet
- Al Collier, Director of Procurement, Norfolk County Council
- Steve Balding, Commercial System and Data Strategy - Programme Director, Department of Health & Social Care
- Helen Olsen Bedford, Publisher, UKAuthority
This event is free to attend for the public sector. Please register using your public sector email – registrations from personal email addresses may be rejected.
Who should attend?
Suggested, but not limited to: Finance and Procurement Heads / Seniors / Professionals, Compliance, Chief Digital and Data Officers, CIOs, Heads of IT, Heads of Digital, Data and Digital Leaders, Data Leaders, Data Analysts, Assistant and Chief Executives, Members, Transformation and Change, Customer Insight, Finance, Strategy and Corporate Services, Departmental Service Heads/Senior Managers.
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