Cookie Policy

A cookie is a small amount of data stored on your computer or device which is revealed to us when you use our site.  Cookies are often used to store passwords so that it is not necessary to provide a password for every visit to a website.  They may also be used to track the movement of the user for statistical purposes. 

Our site uses the following cookies:

  • Google Analytics cookies.  These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited. We use the information to compile statistic reports of our users’ browsing patterns so that we can improve our site.
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By using our site, you agree that we can store and access the above cookies on your computer or device.

You can enable or disable cookies by altering the settings in your browser. You can find out how to do this, and find more information on cookies, at: www.allaboutcookies.org.  Please note that if you adjust your browser settings to reject cookies, you may be unable to access or use fully certain parts of our site.

Updates

16 August 2018

Contrasting Developments in extending the time limit for starting procurement challenge proceedings
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1 May 2018

Four new partners at Sharpe Pritchard
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20 March 2018

New kid on the block: How blockchain could transform local government
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