Late payers to be banned from bidding on government contracts

The government has announced plans to ban late payers for bidding on government contracts.

The proposals, which come in the wake of the collapse of Carillion, would exclude suppliers that fail to show “fair and effective” payment of subcontractors, and make it easier for subcontractors to report poor payment to authorities.

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