Abertay University Procurement
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Welcome to the University’s Procurement page.
This information is provided to help suppliers understand, and make use of the tools available within the Scottish public sector procurement environment. The links below will take you to various sources of information which illustrate how Abertay University and other public sector bodies within Scotland procure goods, services and works to comply with European and Scottish regulations and organisational policy.
Abertay University is a member of Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges (APUC) Ltd, which is the Procurement Centre of Expertise for Universities and Colleges in Scotland. APUC works collaboratively with universities and colleges to set up contracts on behalf of the Higher and Further Education sectors, to purchase supplies, services and works.
The University is working in partnership with this centre of expertise to support the development of advanced procurement across the further and higher education sector in Scotland.
In order to fully comply with Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 and European procurement legislation, the University has dedicated procurement staff employed under a shared service agreement with APUC to provide a full procurement service.
For further information about Scottish public procurement, visit the Scottish Government’s Procurement site. You may also be interested to read about the Procurement Journey, the principles of which Abertay University follows.
The University may enter into collaborative procurements led by central bodies such as Scottish Procurement, APUC Limited, Crown Commercial Service and Scotland Excel. Information about the procurement services these organisations provide to the institution may be obtained directly from the organisations.
Abertay Procurement Procedures
In order to ensure legislative compliance the Abertay University Procurement Strategy 2016-20 including a Procurement Action Plan has been developed. This sets out challenging and realistic goals for the development of our procurement activities, which will be subject to regular review and amendment.