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NEPO becomes the latest stakeholder channel available on the WiredGov service

We are delighted to announce that NEPO is a new stakeholder available on WiredGov.


Established in 1976, NEPO undertakes high-value procurement in major strategic areas of spend and delivers a portfolio of procurement solutions for use by the public sector.  NEPO’s solutions cover a range of goods and services relating to construction, energy, facilities management, fleet, food, ICT, professional services and social care.


NEPO works in partnership with North East local authorities to ensure that collaborative procurement shares best practice, drives innovation and delivers for the public sector.  Over 400 public sector organisations across the UK access NEPO’s procurement solutions via a free-of-charge associate membership scheme.

In addition to delivering financial savings, NEPO is committed to maximising opportunities for suppliers and works closely with business representatives to deliver a programme of supplier support focussed on improving competitive ability and maximising social value outcomes.

You can find out more about NEPO at www.nepo.org

Add NEPO to your WiredGov profile: Some WiredGov profiles are set to automatically add and receive new channels, which means that most of you don’t need to take any further action. However, if you opted out of this setting when registering and wish to add NEPO news alerts to your WiredGov preferences, or modify your account in any way, simply:

  • Go to  http://www.wired-gov.net
  • Sign-in using your email address and password
  • Click on 'Update My Profile'
  • Check your personal settings are correct on the first page and then click ‘Next’ at the bottom of the page
  • Add NEPO and take the opportunity to add to or modify any of your preferences
  • Click on 'Finish'

A summary of your modified WiredGov account will appear automatically.

 

Original article link: https://www.nepo.org/

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