APPRRU collaborates on Global Revolutions VII conference

Attendees at the 2015 Global Revolutions VII conference at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham.

Attendees at the 2015 Global Revolutions VII conference at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham.

APPRRU members at Global Revolutions VII (from left) Ama Eyo, Geo Quinot and Sope Williams-Elegbe with Annamaria La Chimia of the PPRG.

APPRRU members at Global Revolutions VII (from left) Ama Eyo, Geo Quinot and Sope Williams-Elegbe with Annamaria La Chimia of the PPRG.

APPRRU once again supported the Public Procurement Research Group of┬áthe University of Nottingham in hosting the seventh event in the series of international conferences under the banner of Public Procurement: Global Revolution. This year’s event was held from 15 to 16 June 2015 at the East Midlands Conference Centre at the University of Nottingham in the UK. Apart from acting as chairs of various conference sessions, three APPRRU researchers read papers at the conference.

Sope Williams-Elegbe presented a paper on “Debarment: A Cross-Jurisdictional Evaluation”.

Williams-Elegbe delivering her paper at Global Revolutions VII.

Williams-Elegbe delivering her paper at Global Revolutions VII.

Ama Eyo’s paper was entitled “E-procurement in practice: Reflections on the “SQuID” experience in Wales”.

Geo Quinot presenting at Global Revolutions VII.

Geo Quinot presenting at Global Revolutions VII.

Geo Quinot spoke about “Balancing functionality assessment and policy considerations in complex procurement in Africa”.