Public Procurement and Property
23rd September 2021 by Melissa Reilly
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.
20th September 2021 by Guest Blogger
Scottish Procurement welcome back Social Enterprise Scotland to discuss the launch of a new Buy Social Scotland campaign to encourage values-led procurement with social enterprises.
20th September 2021 by Melissa Reilly
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.
16th September 2021 by Niamh Duncan
Members of the Climate and Procurement Forum discuss how they’ve been supporting Scotland’s fight against climate change
1st September 2021 by Fiona McCaig
Our Construction Procurement Handbook in the Client Guide to Construction Projects has been updated.
18th August 2021 by Fiona McCaig
This note covers the changes to procurement legislation that have arisen from the UK’s exit from the European Union (EU).
11th August 2021 by Melissa Reilly
A recent case study published by Canon further highlights the additional benefits that can be achieved through using Scottish Procurement’s framework agreements.
10th August 2021 by Niamh Duncan
To support young people across Scotland through #NoWrongPath day we asked some of our staff to reflect on their careers so far and how they got into procurement. Sophie and David, some of our portfolio specialists have had very different routes to the same team, while Jayne, one of our eCommerce specialists shows how one…
28th July 2021 by Fiona McCaig
We have published a new Construction Policy Note (CPN) setting out measures for contracting authorities to manage and mitigate market pressures affecting the availability and affordability of construction sector resources.
Annual procurement reports for 2020 – 2021: revised procurement strategies and notifying Scottish Ministers: SPPN 4/2021
15th July 2021 by Fiona McCaig
This note provides details of how a public body should notify Scottish Ministers of the publication of their annual procurement report covering the financial year 2020/21.