The Government Digital Service worked with organisations across government, alongside multilaterals, to create the Digital Buying Guide. It helps civil servants in governments across the world improve their procurement processes. Read to find out how and why it was created.
Global Digital Marketplace
The Global Digital Marketplace team and partners at Oxford Insights explain how governments can reform public procurement, making it more inclusive whilst opening up supply chains, giving access to marginalised communities and driving economic growth.
GDS currently works with five partner countries across the world to help them design out corruption through user-centred approaches to procurement. This blog showcases the work from the initial alpha workshops and what’s next for the programme.
We've just completed our discovery phase, during which we researched the digital procurement landscape in 5 different countries. We’re now in the process of defining what our alpha phase will look like. Here's what we've learned and what's next.
In the latest episode of the GDS podcast, senior writer Sarah Stewart talks to Chantal Donaldson-Foyer, Head of Product, and Warren Smith, Programme Director, about the Global Digital Marketplace.
We’re now in discovery, researching the digital procurement landscape in 5 countries. The aim is to figure out the most useful work to do in the next phase of the Global Digital Marketplace project, and – ultimately – to help tackle corruption globally. Here's what we've learned so far.
Following last month’s announcement on how the UK is helping emerging economies fight corruption, learn more about what we’re doing to support them through the Global Digital Marketplace.
The first opportunity for suppliers to take part in the Global Digital Marketplace programme has just been published. Find out more about the bidding process and how to apply.
We’re working on a project called Global Digital Marketplace. It’s an expansion of the Digital Marketplace that will be open to international governments.