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Last edited 02 Dec 2020
Construction Clients Board
The Construction Clients' Board was a government board within the Cabinet Office, established to oversee the implementation of government construction procurement and to develop best-value procurement practices.
It was previously known as the Public Sector Clients' Forum which aimed to bring stakeholders together to drive further improvements in whole-life value for money in public-sector procurement and comprised all the major public sector procurers, including the regional development agencies.
In May 2011 it was announced that the Construction Clients' Board would become the Government Construction Board, established to oversee the implementation of the Government Construction Strategy, and including a wider membership through government departments and utility regulators.
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