Useful links for Suppliers, including the Procurement Journey, Supplier Journey and Public Contracts Scotland websites, and links to current public sector frameworks.
The Procurement Journey provides guidance for public sector buyers who procure goods, services and care and support services. The Procurement Journey provides information on various procurement routes, framework agreements and sustainable procurement.
Guidance on Pre Commercial Procurement (PCP)
The Supplier Journey provides guidance on how to bid for public sector contracts.
The Supplier Development Programme helps Scottish SMEs or third sector organisations interested in working with the public sector. They offer expert training, support and information to help Suppliers win work and grow business.
SBRI: the Small Business Research Initiative brings together government challenges and ideas from business to create innovative solutions.
The Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) portal provides a national advertising website for Scottish public bodies to post higher value regulated procurements (previously Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) notices), lower-value notices, and subsequent contract awards; prime contractors on public sector contracts can also advertise sub-contract opportunities.
The vision for the Scottish Approach to Service Design is that the people of Scotland are supported and empowered to actively participate in the definition, design and delivery of their public services.
This is a framework to guide how we design user-centred public services.
Medical Device Manufacturing Centre (MDMC) provide medical device developers and manufacturers with the advice, technical expertise, and facilities essential for companies that are seeking to translate medical device concepts to commercial products.
The Scottish Health Technologies Group (SHTG) is a national health technology assessment (HTA) agency. They provide advice to NHS Scotland on the use of new and existing health technologies (excluding medicines), likely to have significant implications for people’s care.
The Digital First Service Standard is a set of 22 criteria that all digital services developed by Scottish Central Government sector organisations and Scottish Government corporate services must meet. This includes services for users (for example submitting an application) or corporate services (for example checking your payslip online).