At the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) we’re responsible for:
increasing savings for the taxpayer by leveraging government’s buying power and centralising buying requirements for common goods and services
providing advice and support to government departments on their most complex commercial projects
managing government’s strategic suppliers
operating the legislative framework for commercial activity and leading on the development and implementation of ministerial commercial policies
For 2014-15, our priorities are to:
achieve the savings commitments made to customers on common goods and services and complex transactions
transition departmental spend on common goods and services into centralised managed service arrangements across the commercial lifecycle; market engagement through to contract and supplier management
transpose the new EU Procurement Directives into domestic law
make it easier for suppliers to do business with government and increase spend with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to support economic growth
further develop organisational capability to leverage increased savings from the spend managed for customers
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