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Step by step guide now available on how to access the e-learning on the changes to Scotlandâ€™s Public Procurement Legislation.
The web pages about the construction review have been updated and provide additional information on the implementation of the recommendations from the review.
A summary of the Ministerial Strategic Group (MSG-P) meeting held on 10 December.
The Network Enablement Services framework can help improve security, transform and transition networks and keep a pace with new technologies and developments.
The Scottish Procurement ICT Collaborative Team have been nominated as finalists for the GO Procurement Team of the Year in the National Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2016/17.
Contract and Framework Information
The national Postal Services framework agreement has been extended from 29 February 2016 until 31 July 2016.
Scottish Procurementâ€™s Publishing, Print, Design and Associated Services Framework (PPDAS) continues to provide excellent value for money for the whole of the Public Sector in Scotland.
Web Conferencing can offer a real time, efficient and green alternative to face-to-face meetings.
Over 20 Scottish public sector organisations across the central government, local government and higher education/further education sectors have participated in the collaborative mini competition.
Scottish Procurement Policy and Action Notes
Changes to the rules on public procurement in Scotland arising from the Utilities Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2016 and the Concession Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2016.
Guidance on the application of social issues for projects with a significant steel composition.
Public Contract Scotland (PCS)