The Procurement Strategy seeks to maximise outcomes and best value from the supplies, works and services that we buy and plays a significant part in our shared ambition to make North Lanarkshire the place to live, learn, work, invest and visit.
The strategy sets out what we will achieve and how we will achieve it. We will focus our resources on areas that are most likely to lead to benefits such as financial savings, jobs, training and reduced carbon emissions and waste, while encouraging innovation.
In accordance with Section 35 of the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014, all contracting authorities must keep and maintain a register of contracts.
The Procurement Strategy 23/24 sets out how the council intends to carry out regulated procurement in financial year 2023/24.
The Procurement Strategy 2022/23 is included below for reference as this is linked to the Annual Procurement Report 2022/23 (due for publication by end of September 2023).
Annual Procurement Report
Under the requirements of The Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014, please view our Annual Procurement Report below.
General Contract Standing Orders
All of our procurements are discharged in accordance with our General Contract Standing Orders.
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Our contract register is available on Public Contracts Scotland for public viewing, listing all of our contracts where awards have been made for regulated procurements above the £50,000 threshold.