Invitation to attend this free APMP UK March event in Exeter:
How to use the Freedom of Information Act
to help win public sector tenders
Speaker: John Ashton, Freedom of Information Ltd
Venue kindly sponsored by:
Thursday 10th March 2016 | Exeter, Devon
Ticket bookings close at 17:00 on Friday 4th March
How to use the Freedom of Information Act to help win public sector tenders
The Freedom of Information Act opens the door to a wealth of commercial intelligence, which can especially valuable to companies tendering for public sector contracts and those whose fortunes depend on government policy and decision making. The available information can include:
· Submitted PQQs
· Bid documents
· Scoring and evaluations
· Contract evaluations and performance reviews
· Internal correspondence
But using the Act to its full potential can be complex and time consuming. In this session, the founder of the UK’s first FOI research agency, Freedom of information Ltd, explains how the UK’s freedom of information legislation works and how you can use it to best effect.
Book your free ticket here
Date: Thursday 10th March 2016
Venue: Met Office, FitzRoy Road, Exeter, Devon, EX1 3PB
18:00-18:30 - Welcome, networking and refreshments
18:30-19:30 - Presentation and questions
19:30-20:00 - Networking
There is no charge at attend this event, however if you are unable to attend, please contact us so we can adjust catering and offer your place to the waiting list.
When booking, please enter your details as they should appear on your name badge (i.e. not all lower case) as the data is merged directly to produce the labels.
Please let us know if you book and are later unable to attend.
Slide decks and reviews of previous APMP UK events can be seen on the APMP UK website.
Attending an event earns you 5 CEUs. You should maintain your own CEU records.
We look forward to seeing you there,
APMP UK Events Team
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