Public procurement strategy: child rights and wellbeing impact assessment - screening sheet
Child rights and wellbeing impact assessment screening sheet for the public procurement strategy for Scotland.
1. Brief Summary
Name the policy, and describe its overall aims. Which National Outcomes does this policy/measure contribute to?
The Public Procurement Strategy for Scotland will set the strategic direction for the procurement leadership of public bodies. It will support public bodies in drafting their organisational procurement strategies and facilitate greater alignment and efficiencies across the public sector.
The intention behind developing a public procurement strategy is to supply a future high-level vision and roadmap for Scottish public procurement in the longer term which all public sector bodies can align and deliver against.
The Public Procurement Strategy for Scotland will contribute to the following National Outcomes:
- Fair Work & Business
The Public Procurement Strategy for Scotland seeks to embed policies and initiatives which will underpin, support and enable the delivery of the National Outcomes. With a strong change agenda and wide engagement activity, Procurement Professionals, suppliers, and other stakeholders will be aware of the Public Procurement Strategy for Scotland to allow alignment of activity collectively towards the aims of the National Outcomes.
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