Taking everything into account
As a public sector organisation, our main aim when it comes to procurement is to get the best value for money. We promote fair and equal competition, whilst also accounting for the wider economic, social and environmental responsibilities of our decisions (as detailed in the Scottish Government's Sustainable Procurement Action Plan). Making sure we get value that not only benefits our organisation, the community and the economy - but minimises damage to the environment too.
All current contract opportunities worth over £50,000 can be found at Public Contracts Scotland and any business wishing to tender for these opportunities must register there as a supplier. If you’re part of an SME, you might be interested in the Supplier Development Programme. It offers help on policies and how to effectively respond to public tenders.
We have a no purchase order - no payment policy. Suppliers are required to have received a purchase order before they undertake a commitment on behalf of VisitScotland.
Our Conditions of Contract are an integral part of any VisitScotland Order and should be recognised and understood by all parties or providers of goods and services to VisitScotland.
Published May 2021
This Decision Notice relates to the asset transfer request made by Kirkcudbright Development Trust in respect of the subjects comprising the former Tourist Information Centre at Kirkcudbright.