Draft Procurement Strategy Consultation

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Purpose Lancashire County Council has developed a draft strategy for procurement and wish to consult on this strategy.

We spend approximately 529m per year through procurement. The goods, services and works we procure have a major impact on the people of Lancashire and their communities, including economic, social values and environmental factors.

Our aim is to have an innovative and sustainable approach to procurement that supports and complements effective commissioning arrangements to support the design and delivery of efficient and effective public services.

This draft strategy sets out the framework by which the county council will achieve this and in doing so will ensure that procurement delivers value for money across all services and directly contributes to the achievement of the county council's key priorities and ambitions.

We are consulting with all interested parties over the next 8 weeks and welcome views on the draft strategy. A questionnaire is available to provide your feedback.

All feedback will be treated confidentially. The feedback will be taken account of and where appropriate, changes made to the strategy. We aim to have an agreed procurement strategy by September 2014, which will be published on our web pages.
Subject Other topic
Commissioned by Lisa Kitto - Deputy County Treasurer
Geographic area All of Lancashire
Method Questionnaire - online
Consultation with Service users
Date 02/06/2014 - 29/07/2014
Undertaken by Corporate Research & Intelligence Team

Contact information

For more information about this research contact:

Liam Kirby
01772 535032
Email: Liam.kirby@lancashire.gov.uk