As a public sector organisation, our procurement activity is guided by legislation and best practice, with the route being determined by the potential total value of the contract.

Our Procurement Strategy for 2018-2021 sets out our procurement objectives and an action plan. It aims to ensure that the wider requirements of the public procurement reform agenda are adhered to. We have developed our strategy in line with local and national priorities to support our corporate aims and objectives.

We are keen to receive comments, observations or suggestions from external parties about the content of the Strategy.

Please email your views and comments to Please provide details of whether you are responding as a member of the public, member of staff, contractor, industry body or otherwise. This will help to provide context to the responses.

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Contract Awards

Sustainable Tourism Development for Communities

- Social Enterprise Academy

Board Healthcheck, Skills and Training

- HISEZ CIC t/a Impact Hub Inverness

An Lòchran Facilities Management Services

Lot 1 Cleaning Services: Allan Ingram Industrial Cleanings Ltd
- Lot 2 Reception and Security Services: Key Facilities Management (UK) Limited
- Lot 3 Planned Preventative Maintenance and Reactive Maintenance: ECG Facilities Services

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Supplier Opportunities

Public Contracts Scotland - This portal gives free access to contract opportunities in Scotland

Find details of contracts with Scottish Local Authorities, NHS Scotland, the Scottish Government, Agencies and NDPBs, Higher and Further Education and Emergency Services by browsing the available contracts. You can also register to receive free email alerts.

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Our Procurement Practices

Find out more about the latest legislation and best practice.

More information on our procurement practices can be found here

Delivering Community Benefits

As Scotland's economic and community development agency for the north of Scotland, we're keen to maximise community benefit from all of our contracts.

Delivering Community Benefits