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Title: The Public Procurement Reform Programme Implementing Improved Procurement in the Scottish Public Sec


1
The Public Procurement Reform ProgrammeImplement
ing Improved Procurement in the Scottish Public
Sector
  • General Briefing
  • 6 October 2006

2
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Programme Vision and Objectives
  • Workstreams within the Programme
  • Their aims, objectives and team leaders

3
Introduction
  • The Public Procurement Reform Programme (also
    known as the McClelland Programme) is a
    far-reaching and ambitious undertaking that aims
    to improve procurement across the Scottish Public
    Sector.
  • It was initiated in response to the Review of
    Public Procurement in Scotland Report and
    Recommendations, by John McClelland. This
    report included almost 80 recommendations to
    improve procurement in the Public Sector.
  • The Programme includes initiatives and
    workstreams that touch, or are taking place
    within, almost every Public Sector organisation.
  • This briefing pack aims to provide an outline of
    the Programme and the workstreams within it.
  • The Programme Team would be delighted to receive
    feedback or questions on this pack. If you have
    any, please contact the team through
    susie.macdonald_at_scotland.gsi.gov.uk

4
The Programmes Vision
  • The McClelland Programmes Vision is the
    implementation of structures, capability and
    processes to provide continuous improvement in
    procurement across the Scottish Public Sector in
    order to deliver Value For Money improvements and
    support increased efficiency

Effective and consistent Collaboration -
delivering value for money and quality for end
users
Transparent, standardised procurement processes
helping businesses to identify and bid for
Public Sector opportunities
Consistent, Efficient Procurement Systems -
improving efficiency
Well trained, professional People with
appropriate Skills - recognised for their
contributions
Consistent and comprehensive Information -
enabling effective decision-making
Strong, effective and realistic Governance and
Policy - reducing risk, ensuring accountability
and fairness
5
The Programmes Objectives
  • To facilitate public bodies in improving their
    procurement capabilities in order to support
    delivery of better public services
  • To increase the cost-effectiveness of
    procurement, thereby releasing cash for use in
    other priority areas. This includes the use of
    eProcurement. The savings targets included in
    the McClelland Report amount to 600m in 2009-10
    and will be delivered primarily through more
    effective collaborative purchasing
  • To establish and embed appropriate procurement
    policy and best practice in order to ensure fair
    and efficient procurement practices and reduce
    commercial risk and
  • To facilitate cross sector collaboration to avoid
    duplication of effort, maximise potential gains
    from collaboration, enable the sharing of
    experience and information and to ensure that
    common suppliers and markets are managed
    effectively
  • To encourage suppliers to build effective and
    mutually beneficial relationships with the
    Scottish Public Sector
  • The Programmes scope and objectives have been
    described in the Programme Initiation Document
    (PID), which is available on the Scottish
    Procurement Directorates website.

6
Workstreams in the Programme Management, Policy
and eProcurement
7
Workstreams in the Programme Procurement
Centres of Expertise
8
Workstreams in the Programme Management
Information and Best Practice
9
Workstreams in the Programme Supply Base,
People and Change
10
Workstreams allied to the Programme Procurement
Improvement Projects
  • There will be a number of procurement improvement
    projects within Public Sector organisations that
    will help to deliver the Programmes vision
  • These will be managed within organisations but
    will need to be consistent with the major central
    initiatives
  • The scope of each of these local projects will
    vary from organisation to organisation, but could
    include
  • Systems to improve procurement effectiveness and
    efficiency, including eProcurement Scotl_at_nd,
    P-cards and eAuctions
  • Procurement Strategies
  • Define and introduce delegated purchasing
    authority
  • Create Procurement Departments and appoint Chief
    Procurement Officers
  • Process improvement, to increase efficiency and
    control
  • Training and professional development
  • Reporting measures and processes
  • Commodity strategies and supplier strategies
  • Processes for collaborating with sectoral and
    national centres of expertise
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