Professor David Mosey joins ACE’s Policy Forum on Monday 21 February to discuss the findings of his independent review into public sector construction frameworks.
Constructing the Gold Standard was commissioned by the Cabinet Office and published in December 2021 and made 24 recommendations demonstrating how “gold standard” frameworks, framework contracts and action plans can help society to meet Net Zero ambitions, reduce risk and support a sustainable industry to deliver improved value and efficiency.
Attendees will learn about the failings in the current frameworks, their unrealised potential as the engine of the value agenda, the views of more than 100 contributors, and how we can avoid the “Groundhog Day” of lost learning.
The issues discussed will be relevant to anyone creating or advising on bids for construction frameworks, or whose company is a member of a framework supply chain.
Guto Davies, Head of Policy at ACE, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Professor Mosey for what is a vital event for anyone working in procurement and bidding for Government contracts. His independent review outlines a number of potential changes in approach in the future which members will want to keep abreast of.”
The meeting will be hosted by Neil Humphrey (Waterman group), chair of procurement and pipeline, on Monday 21 February at 11.00am and is open to anyone working for an ACE member.