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Procurement Board

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Its purpose is to raise procurement skills and capability across the Welsh public sector.
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The Procurement Board ensures the implementation of best practice in public procurement policy.

Board membership is made up of representatives from across the public sector in Wales, including the Welsh Government, local authorities, the NHS, higher and further education, and police and fire services.

The focus of the Procurement Board will be the adoption of the 10 procurement principles set out in the Wales Procurement Policy Statement by all public sector organisations in Wales. It also oversees the work of Value Wales regarding:

  • development, adoption and implementation of procurement policy – including the Procurement Fitness Check project and the Community Benefits approach
  • the Home-Grown Talent project
  • eProcurement through the ePS Business as Usual programme and the ePS Future Strategy development activity.

The Minister for Finance & Government Business is responsible for the Procurement Board. A communiqué following every meeting summarises the meeting and decisions made.

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June 2015 communiqué (File size: 88KB)
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April 2015 communiqué (File size: 52KB)
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February 2015 communiqué (File size: 52KB)
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December 2014 communiqué (File size: 48KB)
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Terms of reference (File size: 68KB)