Coronavirus (COVID-19)—public procurement tracker [Archived]

The following Local Government practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19)—public procurement tracker [Archived]
  • Procurement policy notes
  • Government guidance
  • Courts service guidance
  • EU guidance
  • State aid guidance
  • Analysis and other sources of information

Coronavirus (COVID-19)—public procurement tracker [Archived]

This archived tracker was intended to be used to track key developments, legislation, guidance, parliamentary briefing notes and other sources of interest relating to coronavirus (COVID-19) and public procurement up until so called ‘freedom day’ on 18 July 2021 when most legal restrictions ended. It is designed to provide an easy reference point for relevant content for lawyers working on public procurement during the coronavirus outbreak. It has been archived and is no longer maintained.

For related guidance and further reading, see: Practice Note: Coronavirus (COVID-19)—local government tracker—post July 2021 and Coronavirus (COVID-19) toolkit.

Procurement policy notes

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Welsh Procurement Policy Note 01/21: Sourcing steel in major construction and infrastructure projects in Wales (WPPN 01/21)8 March 2021Welsh Procurement Policy Note sets out actions for contracting authorities sourcing steel
The Welsh Government issued Welsh Procurement Policy Note 01/21: Sourcing steel in major construction and infrastructure projects in Wales (WPPN 01/21). Replacing previous guidance published in January 2018, WPPN 01/21 reminds in-scope contracting authorities how to use the procurement lifecycle to identify any opportunity to support the ‘strategically important’ UK steel industry and maximise the socio-economic and environmental impact of the contract. WPPN 01/21 applies to all contracting authorities whose functions are wholly or mainly Welsh devolved functions with immediate
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