Procurement Cards are being highlighted as the preferred method for purchasing goods and services during the COVID-19 outbreak. Increased spending limits aim to improve cash flow and support suppliers.
On March 20th the Cabinet Office issued reassurance to suppliers with temporary changes to existing procurement policy. The changes aim to protect suppliers, their workforce and supply chains, helping to ensure service continuity now and into the future.
To ease the impact of COVID-19, and any other possible global disruptions, the UK is investing up to £20 million to develop innovative and ambitious ideas to address the needs of society or industry – deadline 17 April 2020
A small number of people are choosing to postpone searching for contracts until after the COVID-19 pandemic – we highlight why that is a bad idea.
The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is looking for innovative and novel ways of cleaning ambulances quickly to help combat Coronavirus. After transporting a patient suspected of having COVID-19, it can take up to 45 minutes to clean the ambulance used. When you also consider that many ambulance cleaning facilities are located some distance from […]