Publication - Progress report

The Public Procurement Reform Programme 2006-2016: achievements and impacts

Published: 9 Nov 2016
Directorate:
Scottish Procurement and Property Directorate
Part of:
Public sector
ISBN:
9781786525796

This report reflects on the overall progress of the Public Procurement Reform Programme from 2006 to 2016.

The Public Procurement Reform Programme 2006-2016: achievements and impacts
Procurement Reform Timeline

Procurement Reform Timeline

2005
  • NHS National Procurement established
2006
  • Review of Public Procurement in Scotland: Report and Recommendations • Public Procurement Reform Board set up • Suppliers Charter Published
2007
  • Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges (APUC)
    established
  • CGCope established
  • Best Practice toolkit Published
  • SPoE Launched
2008
  • Scotland Excel established
  • Procurement Scotland launched
  • Community Benefits in Public Procurement published
  • Public Contracts Scotland launched
  • Policy handbook launched
2009
  • Scottish Sustainable Action Plan launched
2010
  • Phase 2: Transforming Procurement: Accelerating Delivery commences
  • Scottish Model of Procurement introduced
2011
  • eCommerce Service redesigned
  • Collaborative Content Management System introduced
  • PCS-Tender contracted
2012
  • Supported Business Procurement Framework Established
2013
  • Procurement Reform (Scotland) Bill introduced to Scottish Parliament
  • Stage 1 of parliamentary scrutiny commences
  • Public Procurement Reform Board (PPRB) and Public Procurement Advisory Group (PPAG) merge
2014
  • Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 receives Royal Assent
  • Phase 3: Working in Partnership commences
2015
  • Public Procurement Reform Board Replaced by the Ministerial Strategic Group - Procurement
  • Statutory Guidance published on the Selection of Tenderers and Award of Contracts
  • Procurement Supplier Group launched
  • Refreshed Procurement Journey introduced
2016
  • Reform Programme formally ended
  • Launch of The Public Procurement Reform Programme 2006-2016 Achievements and Impact Report
  • EU Directives come into effect in Scotland
  • Statutory Guidance published under the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014

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