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February 2021

Scottish Borders Council invites suppliers of Early Learning and Childcare to free tender training

26 Feb 2021: Scottish Borders Council is seeking qualified Early Learning and Childcare providers to participate in its upcoming framework opportunity.

Scottish Government announces a new Strategic Framework for a Cyber Resilient Scotland

25 Feb 2021: Read about the new strategic framework for a cyber resilient Scotland from the Scottish Government.

Scottish Borders Council announces Subcontracting Services Framework for works including landscaping, fencing and groundwork and additional services

25 Feb 2021: Scottish Borders is seeking subcontracting services suppliers to bid for an upcoming Subcontracting Services Framework.

SDP and COVID-19 Procurement Guidance

17 Feb 2021: With most parts of Scotland now back in lockdown, read about a reminder that procurement guidance issued by Scottish Government earlier in the pandemic remains valid.

Guest Blog: Scottish Public Sector Procurement Regulations Explained

8 Feb 2021: Kenny Govan, Senior Procurement Officer at Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT), wrote a guest blog for the Supplier Development Programme for the month of February 2021.

Firsts for Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, and Highland Council in Supplier Engagement

5 Feb 2021: SDP delivered its biggest supplier engagement webinar of 2021 (to date) with Aberdeen City, Shire and Highland Councils.

The City of Edinburgh Council invites suppliers of temporary accommodation to SDP training

3 Feb 2021: The City of Edinburgh Council is looking for suppliers to bid for a flexible purchasing system of temporary accommodation, and will provide bespoke training to all suppliers through the Supplier Development Programme on 23 February.

Supplier Development Programme responds to second consultation on the regulation of the electrical industry

2 Feb 2021: The Supplier Development Programme (SDP) has responded to a second consultation from the Scottish Government on the regulation of the electrical industry.

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