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£52,736 - £59,868 a year
  • At any one time, you may focus primarily on one or more of merger, markets and regulatory activity, competition or consumer law enforcement or State Aid.
£70,315 - £77,300 a year
  • Provide thought leadership and critical analysis, particularly of the effect of government policy on competition, consumers and markets.
£1,050 a day
  • Protecting competition in payment markets, including through the use of market investigation and competition act powers.
  • What does the role involve?
£1,050 a day
  • Protecting competition in payment markets, including through the use of market investigation and competition act powers.
  • What does the role involve?
Government Commercial Function
Andover
£44,461 - £61,484 a year
  • Understand market competitiveness and key players;
  • Identify the best route(s) to market;
  • Background to the Government Commercial Function.
£70,315 - £77,300 a year
  • At any one time, you may focus primarily on one or more of merger, markets and regulatory activity, competition or consumer law enforcement or State Aid.
£55,646 - £62,861 a year
  • Exploiting opportunities to consolidate current biometric capability in line with government and DDaT strategies.
  • About Digital Data and Technology.
UK Government - Government Commercial Function
London
£60,500 - £74,000 a year
  • Supplier management and market engagement;
  • Regulated markets and regulator activities.
  • Local authority structure, functions, pressures and delivery capability;
Manchester
  • Possesses and applies a relevant subject matter expertise for control frameworks ideally including Sarbanes-Oxley, UK Corporate Governance and technology.
Government Commercial Function
Norwich +1 location
£44,461 - £61,484 a year
  • Welcome Message from Gareth Rhys Williams, Government Chief Commercial Officer.
  • The UK Public Sector spends over £5bn on Technology each year.