Research and analysis

Public Procurement Review Service reports

These reports show trends in the issues raised in the Public Procurement Review Service and make recommendations on how to improve it.

Documents

Mystery Shopper progress report 2017-18

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Mystery Shopper progress report 2016-17

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Mystery Shopper progress report 2015-2016

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The Public Procurement Review Service (previously known as the Mystery Shopper Service) helps anyone, especially suppliers, who had come across poor procurement practice in the public sector. These trends reports provide an overview of the progress of the service.

See the scope and remit of the service and the full list of Public Procurement Review Service results.

Published 30 June 2014
Last updated 29 November 2018 + show all updates
  1. The Mystery Shopper Service has been rebranded as the Public Procurement Review Service and the name has been updated to reflect this.
  2. New reports uploaded
  3. Added Mystery Shopper progress report for 2015-16.
  4. Three year report added.
  5. First published.