So, your organisation has just about got to grips with the GDPR. But what about its 'forgotten sibling' the ePR? This article outlines the likely impact of the ePR on electronic marketing communications.
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As pretty much everyone is aware, new data protection legislation comes into force in the form of the GDPR on 25 May 2018. For social landlords, it is clear that it's not just tenants and employees that they need to be aware of in terms of data protection and compliance with GDPR.
The EU Directive on procurement in respect of the thresholds for awarding contracts has been amended. The current procurement financial thresholds - governing which contract opportunities must be advertised - are set to increase with effect from 1 January 2018.
GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation, which is the new data protection regime being rolled out across the EU. What this actually means is that the way in which organisations process personal data needs to be reviewed in line with the new requirements under the GDPR. Here are our Top 10 Tips to get ready for the GDPR.