Policy paper

Procurement Policy Note 08/21 - Taking account of a bidder's approach to payment in the procurement of major government contracts

This procurement policy note sets out how payment approaches can be taken into account in the procurement of major government contracts.

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PPN 08/21 - Taking account of a bidder's approach to payment in the procurement of major government contracts

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Guidance on how to take account of a bidder’s approach to payment in the procurement of major contracts

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This Procurement Policy Note (PPN) sets out how payment approaches can be taken into account in the procurement of major government contracts.

This note applies to all central government departments, their executive agencies and non departmental public bodies. In-scope organisations must take action to apply the provisions of this Procurement Policy on all procurements above £5m per annum, advertised on or after 1 April 2022. This updates PPN 07/20, which stays in effect until that date.

Published 21 October 2021