Coronavirus (COVID-19)—public procurement tracker
Coronavirus (COVID-19)—public procurement tracker

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

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

This tracker is 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. It is designed to provide an easy reference point for relevant content for lawyers working on public procurement during the coronavirus outbreak.

For related guidance and further reading, see: Coronavirus (COVID-19) toolkit.

Procurement policy notes

DevelopmentDateFind out more
Procurement Policy Note 05/20: The Outsourcing Playbook V2.0 (PPN 05/20)10 June 2020Government launches Outsourcing Playbook version 2.0
The Cabinet Office and Government Commercial Function launched Procurement Policy Note 05/20: The Outsourcing Playbook V2.0 (PPN 05/20), incorporating new and updated policies and guidance for government departments outsourcing the delivery of public services. The Outsourcing Playbook V2.0 provides guidance on best practices, approaches and controls in government outsourcing projects. It also outlines the government's expectations as to how contracting authorities and suppliers should engage with each other.
See: LNB News 10/06/2020 83.
Procurement Policy Note 04/20: Recovery and Transition from COVID-19 (PPN 04/20)10 June 2020Procurement Policy Note provides guidance on supplier relief exit strategy in next phase of response to coronavirus (COVID-19)
On 9 June 2020, the Cabinet Office issued Procurement Policy Note 04/20: Recovery and Transition from COVID-19 (PPN 04/20). The government previously issued guidance highlighting the risk of coronavirus to public contract suppliers who may struggle to
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