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Procurement policy note PPN
PPNs were originally issued by the Procurement Policy Division of the Office of Government Commerce (OGC). The OCG was first established as an office of HM Treasury in 2000. As part of its best practice in procurement and project management guidance, the OGC issued PPNs from 2006 until 2011.This included information notes, action notes and quarterly updates. However, the OGC was absorbed into the Efficiency and Reform Group (ERG) within the Cabinet Office in May 2010. The OGC closed in 2011, but some archived OGC guidance was cited in the Government Construction Strategy, first published in 2011.
- Crown Commercial Service CCS.
- Government construction strategy.
- National Infrastructure Strategy.
- Office of Government Commerce OGC.
- Procurement Policy Note 12/15.
- Procurement route.
- Prompt payment code.
- Public procurement.
- The Construction Playbook.
- Transforming Infrastructure Performance.
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