Despite procurement reforms, Scotland’s small companies have seen little impact on the number of public sector contracts they receive, a new report reveals. The report said: “While most parts of the public sector say supporting SMEs is a priority, there’s an absence of specific objectives, action plans, monitoring or evidence from public sector organisations to back this up.” Said policy chair for the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Scotland – “That means that we’re failing to use the full potential of public sector spending power to develop our local economies.” Read more here.

 

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