Read our comprehensive guide for creating social value in for professional services. We’ve spoken to procurers and providers, and updated our established National TOMs framework, customising it the needs and requirements of professional services companies.
We’ve put together a guide that talks you through how best to integrate social value into your planning process, and ultimately, how to do more good in your community. https://socialvalueportal.com/wp-admin/post-new.php?wp-post-new-reload=true#
Read our comprehensive guide for creating social value in higher education. We’ve updated our established National TOMs framework, customising it to ensure you know exactly how much good you do when you procure for universities.
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How many times are the words “social value” heard in public sector procurement departments each week? Probably loads – and we’re delighted about that. Social value is one of the key themes of the National Procurement Strategy for Local Government and is really gaining momentum.
In our webinar session on social value for SMEs back in June, we announced that we would be publishing a collection of step by step guides for Buyers, SMEs and VCSEs.
It's is very easy to assume that including social value in a tender process will make it too hard for small and medium businesses or voluntary organisations. We've created a step-by-step guidesto tell you just how beneficial it could be to engage SMEs.
Today, the digital sector is vast. So many services are delivered and procured digitally and this is only going to grow. The public sector is just as much a part of this as the private sector; spend by local government in the digital sector is currently estimated to be about £2.6 billion.
Social Value Portal, NEC and IWFM have released a new practice note highlighting the importance of social value. Read more.
Social Value Portal has released a new guidance document on incorporating social value into planning called 'Embedding social value into planning'.
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