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Publication - Report

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

Published: 9 Nov 2016
Part of:
Public sector
ISBN:
9781786525796

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

32 page PDF

264.2kB

32 page PDF

264.2kB

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

32 page PDF

264.2kB

Case Studies

Over the course of the procurement reform programme, a number of case studies identifying best practice and providing valuable lessons learned have been developed across the public sector. Here are some of the examples:

APUC - Shared Service - Delivering institutional teams

APUC - Sustainable - Embedding sustainable supply chain

Historic Scotland - Sustainable - Edinburgh Castle Floodlighting

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde - Brookfield Multiplex

NSS National Procurement - Collaborative - Denpro

NSS National Procurement - Collaborative - National Equipment Imaging Group

NSS National Procurement - Collaborative - Enabling Parent Access to PECOS

NSS National Procurement - Sustainable - Food procurement

NSS National Procurement - Sustainable - Distribution of Flu Vaccinations

Renfrewshire Council - Assessing procurement capability

Scotland Excel - Sustainable - Domestic Furniture and Furnishings

Scotland Excel - Sustainable - Living wage for care workers

Scotland Excel - Sustainable - Responsibly sourced timber and organic waste

Scotland Excel - Sustainable - SME framework support

Scottish Futures Trust - Collaboration/sustainable - LED lighting initiative

Scottish Government - Sustainable - Gartcosh Crime Campus

Scottish Government - People - Procurement People of Tomorrow

Scottish National Heritage - Sustainable - Facilities Management

Skills Development Scotland - Development of profession - career paths

University of Abertay - Sustainable - Dares to be Digital


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