PfS is now calling for architects, designers, information and communication technology (ICT) specialists, construction companies and procurement experts to take part in workshops and meetings to improve BSF's profligate procurement methods.
The announcement comes just three weeks after the AJ revealed that the cost of an entire primary school is wasted during the procurement process with each BSF bid (AJ 06.09.07).
PfS chief executive Tim Byles said: 'This targeted Procurement Review enables us to reflect on what we have learned to date and, importantly, to listen to the views, experience and expertise of others in the wider BSF community.
'It is clear that any project of this scale benefits from regular refinement through learning and dialogue and I am committed to building on the improvements we have already made.'
Byles added: 'This will focus on ways in which to increase the pace even more, keep costs to a minimum and, overall, ensure that we make the very most of this opportunity to transform education in secondary schools across England.'
The BSF Procurement Review starts in October, and is expected to be completed by the end of December.
Meanwhile, Birmingham City Council last week announced the three shortlisted consortia vying for the city's £2.9 billion BSF contract. It is thought that almost £20 million could be spent by the two unsuccessful bidders.
The shortlisted teams are: