Welcome to Government Procurement Service Health
We are currently making changes to this portal to reflect our new remit and name. Please bear with us during this period of transition.
We are delighted to welcome you to the Government Procurement Service Health pages.
This area was established in October 2009 following the transfer of non-clinical goods and services from NHS PASA (Purchasing and Supply Agency). All existing NHS PASA framework agreements remain in place, as do the Terms & Conditions for any current agreements.
To maintain continuity of service, over 50 key procurement staff have transferred from NHS PASA to Government Procurement Service. This means you’ll be working with a highly skilled and enhanced procurement team that understands the priorities of health sector purchasing to help you achieve your targets.
As part of the transfer, all relevant procurement information is now available in this Health area. You can also access Government Procurement Service full range of procurement solutions - over 500,000 products and services through more than 1,500 suppliers, delivering more choice, more value and greater efficiencies. To access the main site click on the Buying Solutions logo above.
We suggest that you register with us for complete access to all our products and services, including pricing information. Registration is quick and straightforward and can be done via the 'log in' link in the top left hand area of the main website.
We have a dedicated support team to guide you through the process, so if you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer service desk on 0345 410 2222 or email@example.com
Government Procurement Service are working closely with the Department of Health (DH) as a key partner in the delivery of the Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) Procurement programme.
QIPP is working at a national, regional and local level to support clinical teams and NHS organisations to improve the quality of care they deliver while making efficiency savings that can be reinvested in the service to deliver year on year quality improvements. The link below provides further information on QIPP on the Department of Health (DH) website.
For more information on QIPP please click on the ‘QIPP’ tab on the navigation bar on the left hand side.