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Natalia Rojas

Natalia has had 5 years’ experience working within the NHS starting her career as a contracts and pricing specialist for a medical device company providing services for the NHS. Natalia Started with SoEPS providing advise in relation to contracts and best procurement practices. Her knowledge of procurement regulations and practices has been acquired by acting for both sides of the fence which has provided her with a wide knowledge of the market and of compliant and practical procurement practices. She provides a pragmatic and robust advice on the legalities around the purchase of goods and services and the commissioning of health and social services and on running defensible procurement process. Specialised in European Law she has broad knowledge on the applicable rules and has enabled clients to gain an understanding on the new upcoming procurement rules

Background

  • Legally qualified lawyer
  • Specialised in European law
  • One of the first in the NHS to introduce process around the use of the new NHS Standard Term and Conditions for the provision of services and supply of goods
  • Highlight and mitigation of risks during the procurement cycle under different procurement regimes (Part A, Part B)
  • Draft and review of complex contract including IT contracts, Software co-development agreement and other complex provision of services
  • Provide solutions adapted too the practicalities of each case and considering Client needs
  • Improvement of internal and external policies to ensure compliant practices are followed within the organisation
  • Support Clients with the development of new policies and Processes (Competitive grant process)

Skills

  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills
  • High level analytical skills
  • Approachable and comprehensive advice
  • Procurement
    • Public Sector
    • Private Sector
  • Natalia is currently resolving issues related to procurement and other legal issues arising from the procurement exercise
  • Natalia has produced briefing notes for the New EU Directive on Public procurement, Monitor Guidance, increase participation of the market
  • Creating and introducing polices and processes for the organisation and its clients

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