Guidance

Procurement Policy Note 05/19: Tackling Modern Slavery in Government Supply Chains

This guidance sets out how UK Government departments must take action to ensure modern slavery risks are identified and managed in government supply chains.

Documents

Modern Slavery PPN 05/19

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Modern Slavery Procurement Guidance

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Modern Slavery Procurement Guidance Quick Reference Guide

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Details

This Procurement Policy Note (PPN) and guidance sets out how to identify and manage modern slavery risks in both existing contracts and new procurement activity. It applies to all central government departments, executive agencies and non-departmental public bodies. Other public sector contracting authorities may also wish to apply the approach.

Published 18 September 2019