Adding Social Value In Public Procurement Through Community Benefits
Posted: 31st May 2019
Although now a national business, Ian Williams was established in Wales in 1946 and we still work with many of the leading local authorities and housing associations across the region. That’s why we were well placed to contribute to a recent academic paper: ‘Adding social value in public procurement through Community Benefits, written by Karen Lorraine Wontner, PhD, MCIPS.
The research which will be officially published later in June, identified factors influencing successful Community Benefits (CBs) implementation. It summarises the findings for policy makers and organisations considering how to maximise and implement CBs through public procurement contracts. The research comprised an in-depth, qualitative, cross-sectoral study of the issues faced by 29 Welsh public sector organisations.
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