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Office of Government Commerce

Helping Government deliver best value from its spending

The Office of Government Commerce (OGC) is an independent office of HM Treasury, established to help Government deliver best value from its spending.  

Find out more about OGC

OGC"s six key goals

Everything we do is dedicated towards achieving six key goals that emerged during recent consultation with OGC stakeholders.

Click on each goal to find out about our products and services.

Budget 2010

There are a number of developments in the Budget relevant to procurement and the wider commercial agenda for which OGC is responsible, working with Departments and the public sector.  This highlights the critical role public sector organisations can play in delivering value for money savings through our commercial activities, as well as the potential for procurement to deliver future growth.  These developments include:

  • Measures related to SMEs in public procurement
  • Prompt Payment improvements
  • Using procurement for growth
  • Consultation launch of the Policy through Procurement supplier charter
  • Publication of public sector procurement expenditure data
  • Extending the remit of the Centre for Expertise in Sustainable Procurement into the wider public sector
  • Relocating civil service posts out of London and the South East

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Collaborative Procurement

Better coordinated buying of goods and services can save your organisation money.

What's new

Following Budget 2010 announcements, the Access for All team have published a News Bulletin to round up how it will build upon the programme"s good progress to date

Fleet Good Practice Guide Demand Management published

New ICT negotiating guide launched