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Contract opportunities that we need to advertise are published on the Public Contracts Scotland website. We also use frameworks that may be advertised by other public bodies such as Scotland Excel and the Scottish Government.  You can submit tenders through the Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) or Public Contracts Scotland-Tender (PCS-T) depending on the procurement.

You will need to register as a user to be able to download and upload information on the PCS and PCS-T websites.

We will generally issue lower value opportunities by email or through the Public Contracts Scotland Quick Quote system.

If you are not used to Tendering, you can find advice and guidance on how to compile a quality tender on the Supplier Development Programme website, on the Scottish Government Procurement Journey (LINK), in our Supplier Guide.

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