Public Procurement and Property
Talking sustainable procurement with ‘The National Galleries of Scotland’
14th April 2022 by Guest Blogger
To celebrate ‘World Art Day’, we welcome a guest blog from The National Galleries of Scotland on how they are embedding sustainable procurement in their Environmental Response Plan (ERP).
Single Procurement Document (SPD) standardised statements for a ‘Net Zero Nation’!
13th April 2022 by Niamh Duncan
We’re pleased to launch new Single Procurement Document (SPD) standardised statements to empower organisations to address climate impact in their contracting!
Inform our approach for ‘Supported Businesses’
13th April 2022 by Melissa Reilly
Are you a supported business that could provide Goods or Services to the public sector? Send us information on your business by 25 April 2022.
Public Procurement – Prompt Payment in the Supply Chain: SPPN 2/2022
7th April 2022 by Fiona McCaig
This note to provide details of how public bodies are to embed prompt payment performance in the supply chain through procurement processes.
P4H Scotland returns for 2022
7th April 2022 by Guest Blogger
On the 25 April of this year NHS National Services Scotland is hosting Scotland’s leading NHS procurement event at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
Supplier? Receive alerts of new opportunities on ‘Public Contracts Scotland’
4th April 2022 by Melissa Reilly
Did you know you can receive email alerts when buyers add notices to the Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) portal? You can get notification of these opportunities by email by registering for and updating your alert profile.
Public Procurement – Russian and Belarusian companies: SPPN 1/2022
4th April 2022 by Fiona McCaig
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.
‘Sustainable Procurement Tools’ – new guidance and case studies
31st March 2022 by Melissa Reilly
New on our Sustainable Procurement Tools: a case study on the procurement of the Cross Tay Link Road by Perth and Kinross Council and updated guidance on reaching Net Zero.
‘Scottish Government Procurement Strategy’ 2022 to 2024 launched
28th March 2022 by Melissa Reilly
We have just published the ‘Scottish Government Procurement Strategy’ for 2022 to 2024, a key element in our plan for the future.
Celebrating an eCommerce milestone!
25th March 2022 by Niamh Duncan
We're celebrating the 20th anniversary of PECOS (Professional Electronic Commerce Online System)!