Corporate report

Supply Chain Statistics: Analysis and Summary of Findings 2014 to 2015

The information provided in this report gives an indication of trends in the nuclear decommissioning supply chain spend.


Supply Chain Statistics - Analysis and Summary of Findings 2014 to 2015

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Key findings for the financial year 2014 to 2015 are:

  • a 2% increase in supply chain spend from 2013/14
  • on average across the NDA estate contracts placed via competitive tender action equated to 82% by value and 62% by number
  • £13.9bn has been spent by 5 SLCs with the supply chain since NDA’s creation in 2005
  • the proportion of supply chain spend vs internal spend has decreased by 1% from 2013/14
  • 54% of spend in the supply chain was with 20 suppliers
  • spend with the ‘Top Tier 2’ suppliers for decommissioning, construction, design services and engineering services organisations was £739m
  • Collaborative Procurement spend has increased to £417m per annum, with 27% of spend via Crown Commercial Services frameworks
  • reported spend (direct and indirect) with Small and Medium Enterprises was £371m (21%)
Published 26 November 2015