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Crown Commercial Service issued Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 03/17 in December 2017, which concerns Changes to Data Protection Legislation and the General Data Protection Regulation. Many of ESPO’s customers are public bodies that will be subject to the new Data Protection Legislation, even if they are not “In-Scope Organisations” that are required to follow the PPN. ESPO is therefore taking steps to reflect the approaches set out in this PPN in its Framework Agreements and anticipates that its customers will also assure themselves that their individual call-off contracts comply with the new Data Protection Legislation, as the PPN envisages.
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