Two new episodes of my Public Procurement Podcast are now up.
In episode #3 I interview Frank Brunetta, the Canadian Procurement Ombudsman where we talk at length about his work as Ombudsman and what EU Member States could learn from his experience. He does have a lot experience indeed!
For episode #4 I interviewed Amy Ludlow from the University of Cambridge. Excellent and engaging chat about the implications of labour law in public procurement. Most of our discussion was about her experience doing empirical research within a privatised public prison in Birmingham.
You can now also subscribe to the podcast directly on iTunes or any similar podcast management system.
Episode #5 will go up in two weeks.