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Social Care Planned Procurement and Commissioning Service Development Plan

The Glasgow City Integration Joint Board’s Social Care Planned Procurement and Commissioning Service Development Plan 2024 to 25 is available.

The Plan was approved by the Integration Joint Board on 15 May 2024.

The one-year plan for the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership sets out the strategic context within which the Partnership will develop its approach to procurement and commissioning, which takes account of the vision and priorities of the Integration Joint Board. The approach includes recognition of the role that commissioning and procurement play in service change and helps to ensure that the Integration Joint Board is an exemplar of good procurement practice. In addition, it is critical to ensure that the Partnership develops and sustains meaningful, effective relationships with the third sector and communities to ensure a partnership approach to commissioning and procurement. The strategy also sets out an action plan and related tender activity.

Market Facilitation Plan

Our Market Facilitation Plan sets out the vision, objectives and actions which will direct and govern Commissioning and Procurement activities for social care services within Glasgow City’s Health and Social Care Partnership (GCHSCP) Strategic Plan from 2023-2026. 

It reflects both national and local policy and priorities and includes our approach to the challenging economic climate; fair working practices; ethicality; sustainability; Corporate Social Responsibility; Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs); Independent and Third Sector organisations. The Plan recognises the current budget challenges and a changing landscape within our population and the subsequent demand for social care services

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