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Summer 2016 Supply Chain Newsletter
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Introducing the new hWS Supply Chain Manager

February saw the appointment of our new Supply Chain Manager, Billy Murray.  Francesca remains as an integral part of the hWS office and has successfully transitioned into her new role as Senior Property Manager responsible for the ongoing operations of our DBFM Projects.  Billy comes to us from a Commercial Management role with one of the UK’s largest companies providing Facility Management services on behalf of their Local Authority clients.  Whilst many of our Supply Chain Members have had the opportunity to meet with Billy, he would welcome the chance to engage with those remaining.  You can get in contact with Billy by emailing to billy.murray@hubwestscotland.co.uk

5 Year Supply Chain Refresh

In accordance with our company Method Statements, hWS are well underway with the programme to conclude the Supply Chain Refresh by March 2017.  We have asked our Supply Chain to complete a Supply Chain Engagement Survey, signalling the commencement of the Supply Chain Refresh programme. Following the successful conclusion of the Supply Chain Refresh, the hWS Supply Chain will substantially remain unchanged for the following 5 years.

Centre for Excellence

Our Centre for Excellence began this year with a workshop for some of our Supply Chain to learn about uploading tenders to 4Projects. We are currently planning future events and are always open to hearing your suggestions.
 
If your organisation would like to share your expertise with our Participants and Supply Chain at a workshop or seminar, please contact supplychain@hubwestscotland.co.uk
 

Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014

As many of you will be aware, the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 came into force on 18th April this year. Although hWS operates under Private Sector Procurement, many of our Supply Chain Members will be affected by the changes now enforceable by this act. You may find the information contained in the websites detailed below useful when finding your way around the new guidelines.
 
Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014
Guidance on Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014

Launch of New Website

hub West Scotland are delighted to announce the launch of the new and improved website. It aims to provide users with a view to the depth of our services and projects being delivered in partnership with our public sector clients. If you would like to find out more about hWS and what we have to offer, please visit our new website.

Community Benefits

hub West Scotland is committed to making a social and economic impact in communities across the West of Scotland through the delivery of our projects.  Thank you to our supply chain members for their ongoing support and commitment to delivering real life community benefits. Key achievements are outlined below.

Scottish Living Wage

hWS has become an accredited Scottish Living Wage employer. The Scottish Living Wage Accreditation Initiative was established in April 2014 with the aim of increasing the number of employers in Scotland who are recognised for paying their staff the Living Wage.  

The Living Wage is currently £8.25 and is called the “living wage” because it is based on the cost of living, according to the real cost of living, including food, fuel, childcare and more.

We want to encourage supply chain members to participate in the initiative, to find out more information please visit www.scottishlivingwage.org.

If you are a hWS Supply Chain Member and you have signed up to the Living Wage Accreditation, please let us know.

Contact Us

Suite 7/3, Skypark 1, 8 Elliot Place, Glasgow G3 8EP

Telephone 0141 530 2150

For general enquires please e-mail admin@hubwestscotland.co.uk






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