Written 25 posts
27th September 2022
To celebrate Scot Climate Week 2022, we want to highlight our public facing and free to all eLearning for public sector procurement professionals.
In this blog we will tell you all you need to know about the three different eLearnings and where to find them.
25th August 2022
Scottish Procurement are delighted to announce that we have awarded the new Managed Print Solutions framework, commencing 22 August 2022. This is the fourth generation of the framework and replaces the previous Office Equipment agreement.
Public Procurement – Annual procurement reports for 2021 – 2022: revised procurement strategies and notifying Scottish Ministers
22nd August 2022
This policy note provides details of how a public body should notify Scottish Ministers of the publication of their annual procurement report covering the financial year 2021‑22
9th August 2022
A number of completed examples of the sustainability test are now live on the Sustainable Procurement Tools website.
Public procurement – Changes to Scottish procurement legislation to give effect to the Free Trade Agreement between the UK and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway: SPPN 4/2022
9th August 2022
This Scottish Procurement Policy note, informs of changes to procurement legislation that have arisen from the passing of The Public Procurement (International Trade Agreements) (Amendment) Regulations 2022.
Transparency in Supply Chains legislation: consultation on extending requirements to Scottish public bodies
3rd August 2022
We have launched a consultation on the extension of Transparency in Supply Chain legislation to Scottish public bodies, open until 22 August 2022.
19th May 2022
Celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), to get people thinking and learning about digital access and inclusion, and the more than One Billion people with disabilities/impairments.
27th April 2022
Telephony and Communication Services Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for is now live and open for organisations to use!
7th April 2022
This note to provide details of how public bodies are to embed prompt payment performance in the supply chain through procurement processes.
4th April 2022
This note covers the procurement implications and options that public bodies may choose to take, beyond the UK sanctions regime, with a view to discouraging activity which may support the Russian government’s action.