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The Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008

The Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008

The Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008 (‘Business Protection Regulations’ or BPRs) ban misleading advertising. They also set out the rules on comparative advertising which web advertisers, direct marketeers and sales promoters need to think about when doing business online. The Business Protection Regulations transpose EU Directive 2006/114/EC on Misleading and Comparative Advertising into UK law. […]

New Contractual Cyber Security Standards For GP Practices

New Contractual Cyber Security Standards For GP Practices

New contractual cyber security standards across England require GPs to appoint a named partner, board member or senior employee responsible for data and cyber security. Rising patient expectations and increased online threats to the health service have forced the Department of Health and NHS England to introduce new data security requirements. From 2018/2019 GPSs across […]

14 Top Tips for FOI Compliance

14 Top Tips for FOI Compliance

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOI) provides the legal framework for publishing information held by publicly-owned bodies, such as central government, local councils and authorities. Everyone has the right to request information held by public sector organisations under the Act. With many public services now outsourced to the private sector, it is important that commercial organisations […]

Using EDI and Electronic Messages in the Supply Chain

Using EDI and Electronic Messages in the Supply Chain

Electronic messages, including EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) contain the combination of electronic data elements (such as quantities, names, dates, etc) which enable individual and joint management of the value chain by the participants. These include transactions such as orders to produce, move, deliver or pay, invoices, statements, plans etc. the history of electronic messages started in […]

The Dynamic Database in the Supply Chain

The Dynamic Database in the Supply Chain

The dynamic database contains individual records (or summaries, or aggregation) of events, transactions, states, results and outcomes. Structured databases enable actuals to be recorded against desired states, plans, key performance indicators, targets, budgets, etc. In this way, performance can be measured of each factor, participant, patient, treatment, staff member, location, item, supplier and manufacturer, by […]

Master Data Management and Information Assurance

Master Data Management and Information Assurance

Master data management is an essential element in IT governance and data assurance. Increasingly organisations now keep their master data online using databases and business platforms. E RADAR’s Will Roebuck looks at some of the management and operational challenges companies are facing when using master data across their electronic supply chains.    Products for sale […]

Good Principles Governing Supply Chain Management

Good Principles Governing Supply Chain Management

One fundamental principle governs the operation of the supply chain and underlines the trading relationship between business partners, suppliers and customers. The principle of supply and demand. It’s the reason why every organisation exists, commercial, public, not for profit or charity. Without supply and demand you cannot provide or receive products or services, and therefore […]