Knowlsey Metropolitan Borough Council – Procurement Strategy 2012-2014

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The following information has been taken from Knowlsey Metropolitan Borough Council – Procurement Strategy 2012-2014: “As a council, we spend in the region of £130m each year on goods and services. As well as making sure that we achieve “best value” when buying goods/services, we also have a duty to use our purchasing power to help to deliver our wider corporate objectives and the Council’s pledges. Continue reading

Halton’s Social Value Procurement Framework

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Halton council has developed a Social Value Procurement Framework for commissioners, buyers and procurement officers. It aims to embed social value generation into each stage of the commissioning process to fulfil the council’s commitment to being acting in a socially responsible responsible and sustainable way.

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Delivering social benefis through public procurement: A Toolkit

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This toolkit was developed in 2010 as part of Investment Strategy Northern Ireland (ISNI). The toolkit sets out to give potential service providers a deeper understanding on how to gain social benefits from capital investments. The toolkit also provides several examples of procuring for social value and signposts for further research.

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