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  1. Electronic Invoicing in Public Procurement

     The Council of the European Union has approved a directive to create a common standard for electronic invoicing in public procurement. The directive will contribute to improving the functioning of the internal market by reducing the obstacles to entering the market, especially for SMEs, and by solving the problem of the compatibility of different e-invoicing [...]

  2. Decommissioning a Burden or Bonanza?

      Delta eSourcing and its sister service will be exhibiting at a first-of-its kind event taking place at the Hilton, Glasgow on April 8 and 9 2014. TotalDECOM™ will bring together over 200 business leaders from the global nuclear, oil and gas, process and defence industries to discuss their own decommissioning challenges as well [...]

  3. Removing Barriers for Smaller Businesses to take on New Apprentices

    More finance for the Apprenticeship Grant for Employers (AGE) scheme and degree level and postgraduate apprenticeships.  In the Budget statement the Chancellor, George Osborne, announced new funding packages to further encourage small businesses to take on more apprenticeships and to support degree level and postgraduate apprenticeships. Apprenticeship grant for employers Extra funding will support demand [...]

  4. Revised WTO Agreement on Government Procurement to come into force on 6 April 2014

    The revised Agreement streamlines and modernizes the Agreement’s text, for example by taking proper account of the widespread use of electronic procurement tools. It provides gains in market access for the Parties’ businesses that have been estimated as in the range of $80-100 billion annually.  This results from the addition to the Agreement’s scope of [...]

  5. Public Accounts Committee (PAC) Call for Measures to Promote Transparency

    The government’s ability to negotiate and manage outsourcing contracts has been strongly criticised by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC). PAC chairwoman Margaret Hodge said Whitehall must “urgently get its house in order”, citing overcharging by Serco and G4S for security contracts. She criticised the lack of openness around such arrangements. But Paymaster General Francis Maude [...]

  6. G-Cloud 5 Now Open

    The OJEU notice for G-Cloud 5 has been published, with the next iteration of the G-Cloud framework underway. G-Cloud is a set of frameworks for the public sector to buy cloud-based services in a flexible and open way through the CloudStore. The lots have remained the same as previous framework iterations: Lot 1: Infrastructure As A [...]

  7. Contractors sought for The London Construction Programme Major Works 2014 framework

      A framework worth up to £4bn for construction projects for housing associations and public bodies in London is seeking contractors. The London Construction Programme Major Works 2014 framework contract notice which was published on 21st February 2014 is estimated to be worth £1bn to £4bn. The contract is divided into 30 lots and includes [...]

  8. Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust Engages Suppliers

      Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMW) has commenced with their supplier engagement programme and has adopted the use of the Delta eSourcing service   to run and manage all their tender and sourcing activity. GMW is encouraging suppliers interested in working with them to register on the Delta eSourcing service – [...]

  9. Workshops offer small high-tech firms advice on innovation

    Small and medium-sized high-tech companies are being invited to free workshops on support for business growth, research and development tax credits and innovation. The workshops, organised by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) focus on the range of tax incentives, grants and other support provided by the [...]

  10. Government Extends the Cabinet Office Mystery Shopper service.

    The Government has decided to extend the Cabinet Office’s Mystery Shopper service to carry out spot checks on procurement processes as well as continuing to deal with referrals raised by SMEs and other concerned suppliers. The objective is to raise the commercial capability of contracting authorities through their adoption of good procurement policy and practice [...]

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