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What can the public sector learn from CISGIL v IBM? Part One – The Legal Lessons

CISGIL v IBM concerned the failed implementation of an IT system that was core to CISGIL’s continuing ability to do business, with sums claimed by CISGIL in excess £128 million.  By way of background, CISGIL was a wholly owned subsidiary of the Co-operative Group Limited (“Co-op Group”) and was in the business of underwriting and …

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Consultation on Reform of the UK’s Public Procurement Rules:  Some Christmas Food for Thought from the UK Cabinet Office

For anyone interested or involved in the way the UK spends £290bn of public money each year, the Cabinet Office’s Green Paper on Public Procurement which can be found here will make interesting reading. Even the most curmudgeonly Remainer would have to admit that the Paper is bristling with innovation and presents an opportunity to …

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