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Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (29th March -4th April)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between 29th March – 4th April and shows that 34% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Education and Central Government
  • 1722 contract notices were published this week, a 4.8% decrease on the previous week
  • 835 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,300 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (22nd-28th March)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between 22nd – 28th March and shows that 31% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Education and Central Government
  • 1808 contract notices were published this week, an 8% decrease on the previous week
  • 874 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,300 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (15th-21st March)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between 15th – 21st March and shows that 31% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Education and Central Government
  • 1974 contract notices were published this week, a 21.6% increase on the previous week
  • 929 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,300 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (8th-14th March)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between 8th – 14th March and shows that 32% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Education and Central Government
  • 1623 contract notices were published this week, a 7% decrease on the previous week
  • 778 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,200 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (1st-7th March)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between 22nd – 28th February and shows that 38% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Education and Central Government
  • 1747 contract notices were published this week, a 14% increase on the previous week
  • 822 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,400 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (22nd-28th Feb)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between 22nd – 28th February and shows that 37% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Education and Health
  • 1529 contract notices were published this week, a 3% decrease on the previous week
  • 776 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,300 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (15th-21st Feb)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between 15th – 21st February and shows that 45% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Education and Central Government
  • 1580 contract notices were published this week, a 13% decrease on the previous week
  • 783 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,100 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (8th-14th Feb)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between 8th – 14th February and shows that 41% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Health and Education
  • 1841 contract notices were published this week, a 1.3% increase on the previous week
  • 939 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,200 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (1st – 7th Feb)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Aim for Growth and Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between 1st – 7th February and shows that 41% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Education and Central Government
  • 1817 contract notices were published this week, a 9.6% increase on the previous week
  • 947 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,200 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

Public Sector Procurement Trends Update (25th – 31st Jan)

This week’s Public Sector Procurement Trends report, produced in association with Cadence Marketing and Tracker Intelligence, has been released.

The report provides an update on activities between the 25th and 31st January and shows that 37% of contracts were for less than £100,000 – clearly indicating a continued opportunity for SMEs throughout the public sector.

Other key highlights this week include:

  • Local Government is once again the most active sector, followed by Central Government and Education
  • Published contract notice values totaled >£19Bn
  • 862 different buying authorities published contract notices this week

The report also shows the top three highest value awards published this week and those awarded to more than 1,100 suppliers; contract volume broken down by sector; and top buyers by contract volume.

The report can be viewed in full here

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