A better way forward for Welsh procurement – Learning the lessons from Carillion
What can we learn from the collapse of Carillon to help us improve public procurement and outsourcing in Wales?
What can we learn from the collapse of Carillion to help us improve public procurement and outsourcing in Wales?
We invite you to join our panel of experts to discuss this question and its implications for public services in Wales over breakfast.
Wednesday 4th July
8am - 10am
Radisson Blu Hotel, Bute Terrace, Cardiff, CF10 2FL
8.00am Networking and registration
8.45am Panel discussion starts
Chaired by Professor Steve Martin, Director of the Wales Centre for Public Policy, our panel includes:
- Milica Kitson OBE, CEO, Constructing Excellence Wales
- Matthew Mortlock, Director of Performance Audit, Wales Audit Office
- Cllr. Phil Murphy, Cabinet Member for Resources, Monmouthshire County Council
- John Tizard, Independent Strategic Advisor and commentator
While Wales is considerably less exposed to large scale private provision of public services compared to England, the Carillion case affords a moment for all those concerned with commissioning and delivering public services in Wales to reflect on procurement and outsourcing as innately political and strategic decisions.
If you would like to join us for what promises to be a stimulating event, please register here.