Government procurement arm gets new chief executive

The government’s procurement agency is to have a new chief executive.

The government’s procurement agency is to have a new chief executive.

Alison Littley has been appointed by the Office of Government Commerce as chief executive of its commercial trading arm, OGCbuying.solutions (OGCbs).

She will join on 2 October, taking over from current chief executive Hugh Barrett.

Littley has a procurement background in the private sector and has spent the past seven years working for leading drinks business Diageo, where she was global demand and marketing procurement director, responsible for developing and implementing the company’s global marketing procurement strategy


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