Procurement Policy

Public sector spending on goods and services across Scotland, in areas such as health and education services, amounts to over £10bn per year. Procurement guidelines and legislation govern the purchasing of these goods and services.
 

The Public Procurement Reform Programme (PPRP) aims to drive up procurement standards ensuring value for money for the taxpayer.

 

These pages set out the various legislation policy and principles we adhere to while securing the best value we can in procuring goods and services.

 

Procurement Legislation

 

Procurement Journey

 

Financial Thresholds

 

Procurement & Commercial Improvement Programme

 

Anti-Bribery

 

Healthcare Acquired Infection

 

Corporate Governance & Standing Financial Instructions



 


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Last Reviewed: 18/01/2016