2020 Year in Review

Discover how the public sector fared during 2020 in this 14-page exclusive report.

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Pandemics and procurement

2020 was arguably one of the busiest and most stressful years for the public sector.

Public procurement had never been more vital for the nation's health and well-being. All the while, normal public procurement had to continue as expected. 

We take a look at the good and the bad of public procurement in such a titanic year. 

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A data-dense overview of 2020 

All insights in this report were drawn from our proprietary database of aggregated, cleansed and structured data on UK public sector contracts and spending.

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Contract allocations

We analysed specific Covid-19 contracts, as well as 'normal' procurement spending.

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Spend data

We aggregated governmental spend data from three trustworthy datasets to complete this report.

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Official sources

The data we've used comes from public sector datasets from September 2019 to August 2020. 

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Company information

We combined spend and procurement data with company information sourced from Companies House. 

Uncover vital public sector insights

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Top suppliers

Discover the highest-earning suppliers, by sector, in 2020. 

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Increased spending

Find out which sectors benefited from an increase in spending (and which didn't). 

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Procurement reforms

We dissect the public procurement reform proposals for 2021 and beyond.  

What our customers say about us

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