The Public Procurement framework is a non-legislative framework to ensure continued co-operation between the government and devolved administrations in relation to public procurement.
The provisional Common Framework for public procurement sets out proposed 4-nation ways of working for domestic and international public procurement policy and legislation. It is intended to guide the actions of policy officials of all 4 nations as they develop policies on public procurement.
The framework has been jointly developed by the UK Government and devolved administrations.
|15 July 2022||The House of Lords Common Frameworks Scrutiny Committee published its final report on the Common Frameworks programme.|
|23 June 2022||The Senedd Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee published its recommendations for the framework.|
|2 March 2022||The Scottish Parliament Economy and Fair Work Committee considered its approach for scrutiny of the framework.|
|25 February 2022||SPICe published a briefing on the framework.|
|2 February 2022||The Economy and Fair Work Committee received the framework for scrutiny.|
|28 January 2022||The Northern Ireland Assembly committee for Finance considered the framework and wrote a letter with its findings to the Committee for The Executive Office.|
|27 January 2022||An updated version of the framework was published.|
|23 March 2021||The provisional framework was published.|