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Common Framework Scrutiny: Public Procurement

Non-inquiry session

The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will result in a number of powers that are currently held by the EU being returned to the UK. Many of these powers currently intersect with the competencies of at least one of the Scottish, Welsh or Northern Irish governments.

Common Frameworks are a mechanism for the UK and devolved governments to mutually agree some amount of regulatory consistency for policy areas where returning EU powers are within devolved competence. They are sector-specific and jointly agreed between the UK Government and Devolved Administration(s).

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The deadline for submissions was Monday 14 March 2022.

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22 March 2022
Work Common Framework Scrutiny: Public Procurement (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses Cabinet Office, and Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
Committees Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence

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