"HMRC’s record in managing IT contractors gives us little confidence that HMRC can successfully achieve this transition or that it can manage the proposed model effectively to maximise value for money,” said Richard Bacon, committee member and Tory MP.
The company, which owns brands such as Berghaus and Speedo, has promoted Rock from his previous position as managing director of the company's lifestyle division.
Fashion retailer Uniqlo’s parent company reacts to criticism by activists and pledges to reduce working hours and improve conditions in two Chinese garment factories that supply the brand.
Entering the CIPS Supply Management Awards is an "excellent opportunity" to boost your confidence, benchmark yourself against your peers, and earn recognition as an employer of choice, say past winners.
Saudi Arabia's rise in the 2015 Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index reflects the "pace at which it is building a world-class infrastructure, implementing reforms and attempting to diversify beyond oil.”
The government intends to double rail industry export volumes by 2025 and said more than £38 billion will be spent on the UK rail network between now and 2019.
Private sector providers of police forensic science services are in danger of pulling out of the marketplace leading to a possible drop in expertise and the risk of court cases collapsing, the National Audit Office has warned.
A project to cut greenhouse gas emissions in the EU through public sector procurement has saved more than 72,000 tonnes of CO2 so far by using “low-carbon tenders”.
More than a third of the University of Gloucestershire’s £23.2 million annual spend was with local suppliers in 2014.
Xchanging’s procurement division has had its most successful year ever by focusing on tail spend, executive director Chirag Shah told SM.
Insurer Aviva says its acquisition of competitor Friends Life could bring about approximately £225 million of annual cost synergies by 2017.