Legislation is the act of making laws by governing bodies in order to regulate, to authorise, to prescribe, to provide, to sanction, to grant, to declare or to restrict. Procurement need to be aware of the relevant legislation in place when procuring at global or local level.
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Tuesday 04 April 2017
Park Plaza Amsterdam Airport
Members - £0.00 per person Non-members - £0.00 per person
Thursday 11 May 2017
Holiday Inn Kensington Forum
Members - £720.00 per person Non-members - £800.00 per person
Wednesday 12 July 2017
Members - £1540.00 per person Non-members - £1980.00 per person
Margaret Griffiths and Ivor Griffiths
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Member Price: £35.69
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Wild and Weinstein
Member Price: £31.28
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It is procurements responsibility to consider the carbon footprint of products and activities and their effect on the environment when making sourcing decisions.
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