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What is the Collaborative Procurement mark?

The Collaborative Procurement (CP) mark has been developed as a visual and easy way to signpost where procurement practitioners can find agreements, guidance and best practice that supports the governments procurement programme, leading to value for money savings.

The Collaborative Procurement mark was developed by the OGC in response to a specific request by its strategic partners. They wanted to be able demonstrate that many central government and public sector organisations worked together to deliver greater value for money in public sector procurement. By using agreements and best practice which have been branded with the mark, procurers can recognise and be confident that they are supporting the pan government procurement programme, which is delivering savings from its collective spend.

 

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