United Kingdom

Procurement consultation in Scotland

2012-08-13

'Scottish ministers have outlined plans for a major shake-up of public procurement, including extending public benefit clauses and improving access for third sector bodies and smaller firms.

 

'Launching a consultation paper today ahead of legislation planned next year, Infrastructure and Capital Investment Secretary Alex Neil said the reforms would make Scotland's £9bn annual public sector spend work as hard as possible for the economy. For example, contracts could require provision of apprenticeships.'

 

Read more on PublicFinance.co.uk:

http://www.publicfinance.co.uk/news/2012/08/scotland-consults-on-procurement-reforms/

 

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