What does our procurement team do?

Our aim is to provide as much information as possible about our procurement practices. 

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This information is taking into consideration our commercial and legal requirements.

  • procurement – our strategy, policy and guides
  • information for suppliers (including Supplier Representative Policy)
  • tender opportunities
  • current contracted suppliers
  • contract register
  • expenditure in excess of £25,000
  • equality policy
  • sustainability policy
  • reporting fraud
  • feedback, complaints and compliments

For more information, or if you have any queries, please email

Expenditure above £25,000

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Contracts and Tendering

To see our policies on Tendering, Procurement and Contract Management go to our Policies page.

Financial Payment Performance Information

In accordance with regulation 113(7) of the Public Contract Regulations 2015 (PCRs) the Trust is required to publish annual statistical information pertaining to its financial payment performance to its first tier suppliers/contractors. As a public sector contracting authority the Trust is required to pay undisputed invoices within 30-days while ensuring such practice is cascaded through the supply chain.

Data shown within the following attached report(s) is prepared and presented in accordance with guidance from the Department of Health. The primary purpose of publishing this information is to assist in improving transparency of public sector expenditure and related payment performance.

The Trust publishes expenditure data within 4-weeks post closure of financial year being reported on. Should you experience issue with provision of information please contact SCAS Procurement by email to: showing within your subject heading “Financial Payment Performance”.


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