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23rd September 2021
Now that #ScotClimateWeek has passed, the real countdown to COP26 in November begins! With climate change at the forefront of our minds, our next video case study features Non Domestic Energy Efficiency (NDEE) frameworks which help public and third sector organisations support Scotland’s Net Zero ambitions by improving the energy efficiency of their buildings – and make real cash savings.
21st September 2021
Earlier this year, we shared a blog post announcing a new contract between Scottish Government and APS Group (Scotland) to continue to support the supply and distribution of Scotland’s Baby Box and support for the Best Start Grant. One of Scotland’s Baby Boxes is now on display as part of the second ‘Designing Motherhood’ exhibition at the Centre for Architecture + Design in Philadelphia.
20th September 2021
We are delighted to announce that Scottish Government along with three other Scottish organisations were successful in picking up awards at the prestigious UK National GO Awards.
15th September 2021
As part of our #ScotClimateWeek celebrations, we are sharing a new case study showcasing how our ICT Frameworks are supporting Scotland’s Net Zero ambitions through the circular economy and environmental best practice.
18th August 2021
A number of Scottish organisations have been shortlisted as Finalists at the UK National GO Awards 2021, demonstrating the #PowerOfProcurement here in Scotland.
11th August 2021
A recent case study published by Canon further highlights the additional benefits that can be achieved through using Scottish Procurement’s framework agreements.
15th July 2021
Scottish Procurement are delighted to welcome a guest blog from Naomi Johnson at Social Enterprise Scotland on how the organisation is creating positive impacts through social enterprise supply chains with FREE online bootcamp sessions and a new B2B social enterprise suppliers directory.
4th June 2021
The Public Procurement Group (PPG) has launched a set of shared priorities for all public procurement leaders in Scotland.