13 April 2015
A new collaborative multi-supplier Print and Associated Services Framework Agreement was awarded by Scottish Procurement.
8 April 2015
Our first letter from new Director, Procurement and Commercial, at the Scottish Government, Ainslie McLaughlin.
2 April 2015
Over 70 delegates from nearly 40 central government non-departmental public bodies and agencies gathered in Glasgow on Tuesday 17 March, 2015 for the fifth Annual Capability Event.
The Scottish Government has now made eInvoicing available to all public sector bodies in Scotland. This adds to the existing suite of eCommerce systems, or shared services, which uses technology to bring together all the steps involved in doing business with the public sector in Scotland and making this as easy as possible.
Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) President Babs Omotawa has announced his new theme in a quest to get procurement and supply the profile it deserves.
30 March 2015
We have recently launched our new website section on the implementation of the recommendations of the Review of Public Sector Procurement in Construction.
24 March 2015
A new facility with a combined workforce of 100 people, of whom 95 are disabled people, has been officially opened by Deputy First Minister John Swinney.
20 March 2015
Small to medium sized enterprises (SME’s) and third sector businesses are now able to benefit from a series of free procurement webinars from the Supplier Development Programme (SDP).
19 March 2015
The consultation on changes to the public procurement rules in Scotland runs until 30 April 2015. If you have not already done so, we would encourage you to respond to the consultation.
16 March 2015
A new online app has been launched making it easier for buyers in the public sector to progress procurement processes on the move, via their smart phones.
6 March 2015
We are delighted to announce that Ainslie McLaughlin will take the role as the new Director, Procurement and Commercial, at the Scottish Government later this month.