Public Procurement and Property
8th November 2021 by Guest Blogger
Celebrating ‘Nature’ day at COP26, we welcome a guest blog from NatureScot – Scotland’s nature agency who work to improve our natural environment in Scotland and inspire everyone to care more about it.
5th November 2021 by Niamh Duncan
We’re marking COP26’s Youth Empowerment day with a podcast featuring some of Scottish Procurement’s graduates and apprentices.
4th November 2021 by Melissa Reilly
We have extended the duration of the Network Advice Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) by 12 months and it is now due to expire on 18 November 2022.
3rd November 2021 by Niamh Duncan
Our construction procurement policy unit launch a series of webinars!
1st November 2021 by Melissa Reilly
Third sector organisations and new private businesses – Tell us what you think about the public procurement system in Scotland.
28th October 2021 by Fiona McCaig
We have published a new Construction Policy Note (CPN) advising contracting authorities to review and where necessary strengthen arrangements for the inspection and assurance of construction work on site.
28th October 2021 by Niamh Duncan
Join HP for a Global Supply Update relating to the Scottish Procurement mobile and desktop client device frameworks.
27th October 2021 by Melissa Reilly
Members of the Public Procurement Group discuss what the Four Outcomes mean to them, their organisations and their sectors.
21st October 2021 by Guest Blogger
Latest update from the Public Procurement Group (PPG) provided by Edwina Ryan, Senior Policy Officer within the Scottish Procurement Policy branch and chair of the short life working group which is developing an action plan to respond to the recommendations from the Sustainable Procurement Duty research.
20th October 2021 by Melissa Reilly
Ivan McKee MSP, Minister for Business, Trade, Tourism and Enterprise launches our series of showcase videos promoting the Four Outcomes for Public Procurement.