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Frameworks & DPS as routes to market
Online Webinar

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When

Thu, 3 Sep from
10:30 to 11:30 (BST)

Where

Cost

From FREE

Thank you to those who attended this webinar with Lesley Anderson, Head of Procurement at SPA and Angela Morgan, Asset & Procurement Manager at Port of Leith Housing Association Ltd.

The webinar explored frameworks and dynamic purchasing systems (DPS) and how these procurement routes work.

The webinar recording is available below.

 
 

 

SPA are also hosting a session on Tuesday 15th September – Community Benefits in Procurement and you can book your place here 

 

 

 

Costs

Member Price FREE

Non-member Price

Speakers

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Lesley Anderson
SPA

Lesley Anderson is MCIPS qualified Procurement Professional with over 23 years of experience in various sectors, public and private, including the Construction Industry, Public Sector and Gas & Oil Industry.

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In her role as Head of Procurement at SPA, Lesley provides procurement support, advice and guidance, to clients and contractors from project identification through to award of contract.

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Angela Morgan
Port of Leith Housing Association

Angela is the Asset & Procurement Manager at PoLHA and has been with the Association for 13 years.

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From initially developing and delivering SHQS upgrade contracts to stock feasibility and rationalisation assessments Angela has been involved in many aspects of strategic asset management. Most recently she has participated in the review of EESSH and the development of the EESSH2. Her team deliver around £4M of refurbishment works annually, ranging from multi ownership Pre 1919 tenements projects, passenger lift upgrades and internal refurbishments to Stage 3 Adaptations.

She has also been heavily involved in the development of Procurement and Commercial Improvement Programme for RSL’s over the past 3 years and represents the sector on the Scottish Governments Procurement Best Practice forum.

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