Sustainable buying may become Scottish duty

Consideration of sustainability in Scottish public procurement may become a requirement

The Scottish government plans to make consideration of sustainability a legal requirement for public sector buying.

It is consulting on how to reform public spending on goods and services to ensure sustainable economic growth.1

The government wants a new Procurement Reform Bill to place a general duty on public sector bodies to indicate how procurement will promote or improve economic, social and environmental wellbeing.

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