Public Procurement and Property

Dare Mighty Things – The #PowerOfProcurement and the ‘Four Outcomes’ for leaders

October 27, 2021 by No Comments | Category Four Outcomes for Public Procurement, Procurement news, Public Procurement Group, Scottish Procurement, video

In this, our latest in the series of videos showcasing the Four Outcomes, members of the Public Procurement Group discuss what these mean to them, their organisations and their sectors.

Leaders across Scotland’s public procurement community are encouraged to embed the #PowerOfProcurement and the outcomes at the heart of their procurement activity to contribute to our shared vision and strategic direction. This video shows how, working together, we can help deliver positive social and economic change for Scotland.

Last week, we launched our ‘Four Outcomes for Public Procurement’ video showcase with Ivan McKee MSP, Minister for Business, Trade, Tourism and Enterprise. Buyers were asked to consider the outcomes and think about the “If”, “What” and “Why” they are contracting for goods, works or services.

This latest video features Nick Ford, Director of Scottish Procurement & Property and the heads of the Procurement Centres of Expertise:

  • Julie Welsh: Chief Executive – Scotland Excel
  • Gordon Beattie: Director of NHS National Procurement Scotland
  • Angus Warren: Chief Executive – APUC

Look out for the next showcase videos which will explore each of the four outcomes in more detail.

The four outcomes are aligned with the National Performance Framework, to help deliver sustainable and inclusive economic growth and in doing so, to improve our economy, our society and our environment. Click here to find out more about the Four Outcomes for Public Procurement in Scotland

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