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Links IconContracts and procurement

From time to time, the Commissioner may require access to goods and services to enable her to fulfil her duties.  As a public official, the Commissioner has a duty to ensure value for money for the purchase of these goods and services.

The Commissioner's Procurement Policy, last updated in October 2010, sets out the approach to procurement which the Commissioner observes, including obligations under procurement legislation.  The procedure sets out how the Commissioner will procure goods and services, how goods and services are specified, how the Commissioner's office assesses suppliers, evaluates bids and awards contracts.  The policy also covers payment of suppliers, and contract performance management. 

Prospective contractors should also read "Contracting with the Scottish Information Commissioner" which sets out some information about the implications of entering into a contract with the Commissioner.

PDF iconContracting with the Scottish Information Commissioner: Information for prospective contractors

 

Value of Contracts

The Commissioner publishes the value of all current contracts.

PDF iconValue of contracts let by the Commissioner

 


Current Tenders

There are currently no tender opportunities.

 


Invitations to tender for services

The Commissioner will publicise formal tenders on this website. If you have any queries about a specific tender, see the tender documentation for details of how to contact us.  For queries about the Commissioner's procurement policy in general, please contact us at enquiries@itspublicknowledge.info.

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