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Crown Commercial Service Takes Proactive Steps on Prompt Payment for Suppliers

Published on: 22 February 2022

The Public Contracts Regulations (2015) already require 30-day payment terms to be passed down the supply chain on those contracts that relate to public sector work. From 1 April 2022, suppliers bidding for central government contracts worth more than £5m per annum, will need to demonstrate that they pay at least 90% of their invoices to suppliers within 60 days in one of their previous two published payment reports, or risk being excluded from the procurement.
FSB highlights Late Payments threatens 440,000 small firms with closure

Published on: 3 February 2022

The FSB has expressed its fears that more than 440,000 small firms nationally may be threatened by closure due to late payment issues.
Workshop for UK Local Government Leaders: Progress and Challenges in Tackling Modern Slavery in Local Government Supply Chains

Published on: 14 June 2021

UK Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner Dame Sara Thornton will open this important virtual workshop to discuss and progress findings in the PACCS-TISCreport policy briefing Progress and Challenges in Tackling Modern Slavery in Local Government Supply Chains.
#EndDeathByZoom #SaveTheWorld

Published on: 29 January 2021

A plea from locked-down work-from-homer Jaya Chakrabarti
TISCreport UK Modern Slavery Act Companies in Compliance List 2020

Published on: 12 October 2020

Last year 1013 companies made it into the list of those with statements that had met the minimum compliance criteria set in the Home Office Statutory Guidance. This year sees a slight increase with 1135 companies on the list, which we hope will be accelerated by the implementation of recommendations for the next iteration of the UK Modern Slavery Act. As before, we hope that this list will help to encourage companies still struggling to meet those criteria to update their statements using real, live examples from their sector. Happy Anti-Slavery Week!