Government suppliers must report spend with SMEs

The UK government’s largest suppliers will be forced to report on their spend with SMEs and charity subcontractors under new regulations due to come into force on May 1.

From that date suppliers with government contracts worth over £5m per year will have to report on the type and value of all subcontracts over £25,000 they advertise and award.

Read the full story at Supply Management.

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