CABINET OFFICE SOCIAL VALUE AWARDS

CABINET OFFICE SOCIAL VALUE AWARDS Stuart Davies, Founder & Director of Sustainable Supply Chains Limited Sustainable Supply Chains were very excited about the nominations for the Cabinet Office Social Value Awards which aimed to recognise and celebrate good practice in commissioning and providing social value. We supported two of our clients in the 18 months prior to the awards and played a large part in the work done by both Liverpool City Council and DPC. There were four categories of award Social Value Leadership Award for an Organisation Social Value Leadership Award for an Individual Promoting and Mainstreaming the Social […]

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Cost Analytics Programme

The Cash Recovery programme is FREE and NO RISK to you Stuart Davies, Founder & Director of Sustainable Supply Chains Limited   Not much is free in life, unless there is a catch of course, well there is no catch here and we can recover you 1% of your invoice spend going back over the last 5 years. “Now this is not the time to stop reading and press the delete button because you haven’t heard this before because part of this offer is unique to us”   Yes there are companies out there who do this type of work, we […]

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Measuring and Reporting on Social Value

Measuring and reporting on Social Value is a little like how long is a piece of string in that it depends how long you want the piece of string to be. Stuart Davies, Founder & Director of Sustainable Supply Chains Limited Social Value is becoming a bit of a buzz word or should I say words in recent time with more and more people and organisations taking an interest. That interest differs greatly with some taking the time to embed social value into their processes and other basically cutting and pasting someone else’s policy and posting it on their website, […]

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DELIVERING SOCIAL VALUE IN PROCUREMENT

DELIVERING SOCIAL VALUE IN PROCUREMENT  Stuart Davies, Founder & Director of Sustainable Supply Chains  Last year the Government increased its commitment to delivering social value by setting out a target of 33% of all public sector procurement to be delivered by SME’s by 2020, now if this is achieved and I say if, it could deliver an additional £3 billion of annual benefits to SMEs across a range of categories and service areas from construction to health and from ICT to social care. Now according to The Federation of Small Business, there are nearly 5.4 million SME’s in the United Kingdom with […]

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