This is a compiled list of recent Public Sector tenders from sources that we are constantly monitoring.
The Council is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified contractor to test, erect and maintain the Festive Lights supplied by Kettering Borough Council, assist with the planned "Switch On" events and remove and store the lights on completion.
Bowling Green Road
Contract value: 28000-33000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 2 Oct 2020
The procurement timescales and deadlines are: 1. Invitation to Quotation/ Tender published on Contracts Finder - 11/09/2020 2. Deadline for Clarification Questions by the bidders - 12 noon on 25/09/2020 3. Deadline for Quotation/ Tender Responses - 12 noon on 02/10/2020 4. Quotation Evaluation - w/c 05/10/2020 5. Award Decision - w/c 12/10/2020 6. Proposed Contract Start Date - 19/10/2020 7. Expiry of Contract - 24/01/2021 If you are interested in this procurement opportunity, then please download the documents. Any queries about this ITQ/ ITT, the requirements, the procurement process, or the proposed Contract, must be raised with firstname.lastname@example.org
Design services for the refurbishment of EMH Group Head Office, Memorial House, Whitwick Business Park, Stenson Road, Coalville, Leicestershire LE67 4JP. To view the requirement and respond you will need to follow the link to ProContract, where you will need to register your details in order to be able to access the documents. Do not contact the buyer directly.
Contract value: 50000-100000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 25 Sep 2020
The University of Plymouth will be looking to acquire a Thermal Analysis suite to service teaching and research in materials characterisation (ceramics, metals, polymers and composites), food science and chemistry. The core equipment would include: • DTA (Differential Thermal Analysis)/DSC (Differential Scanning Calorimetry), • TGA (ThermoGravimetric Analysis)/DTG (Differential ThermoGravimetry), with capability for TPO (Temperature programmed oxidation) and TPR (Temperature programmed reduction), • Dilatometry/TMA (Thermo-Mechanical Analysis), • DMTA (Dynamic Mechanical Thermal Analysis) at a scale to permit the determination of the effect of composite mesostructures, • Appropriate balances and preparation equipment
Drake Circus Roland Levinsky Buildings
Contract value: 200000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 13 Oct 2020
NHS Supply Chain: food seeks to establish a non-exclusive framework agreement for the supply to trusts within the NHS (the 'Customer(s)') via the Direct and eDirect Route of supply of Food To Go covering patient feeding solutions and retail feeding solutions. It is anticipated that in the first 24 months the value of the framework agreement will be in the region of GBP 7 500 000. For the full 48-month term (if extended) the anticipated value of the framework agreement will be in the region of GBP 42 500 000. These values are approximate only.
Parklands Court 24 Parklands,Rubery
Contract value: 7500000-42500000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 5 Oct 2020
Contract for the Provision of LAN Switches Support and Maintenance Wyre Forest District Council wishes to appoint a Contractor to provide maintenance and support for its current LAN switch infrastructure. The appointment will be by way of competitive tender via the Open Route. All clarification questions should be directed via the portal. DN498345 The deadline for submissions to Procontract Due North is 2:00pm Thursday 24th September 2020. https://procontract.due-north.com/Login
Wyre Forest House
Contract value: 25000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 24 Sep 2020
English Heritage is seeking one or more interpretation consultants to deliver two important public history projects which will help raise awareness of and interpret links between sites within the National Heritage Collection and transatlantic slavery. The consultant(s) will work alongside English Heritage staff, including Historians, Curators, Digital Content Editors and Site Managers as well as external designers to produce a series of interventions which help contextualise, communicate and reframe known connections between sites and transatlantic slavery. The appointed consultant(s) will be able to demonstrate experience in the public dissemination of Black history since 1500, and experience in creating interpretation within museums and heritage spaces. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience of interpreting difficult and sensitive subject matter in a museum or heritage context.
100 Wood Street
Contract value: 10000-12000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 21 Sep 2020
Suppliers interested in this opportunity should register at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/english-heritage/aspx/Home in orderto express interest and download documentation. Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No
Health Education England (HEE - the Commissioner) are putting out this notice as a PIN (Prior Information Notice) with a view to completing a Direct Award. Please note the contracting authority intends to direct award the contract to Royal College of Psychiatrists. The case for direct award can be found on the tender portal. HEE TEL support and fund the governance, operations and sustainability of the programme which is intended to deliver three primary aims: • Governance of the MindEd Programme • Administration support for MindEd promotion and operational activity • Review and update of up to 100 MindEd sessions, dependent upon identified need and availability of review authors. It is essential for TEL to maintain its current MindEd programmes to build on these foundations and processes to support the development and continuous review of the learning resources and sessions. The financial envelope for the contract is £325,000. For the Specification, Contract and the Case for Direct Award please access the portal at: https://procontract.due-north.com/Opportunities/Index?p=40bb618e-0a24-e611-8114-000c29c9ba21&v=2 Project title: Sustainability of the MindEd Programme and The Wellbeing for Education Return project - Health Education England Please access the portal for all documents. All communications should be made via the messaging function on the ProContract E-Tendering portal. If any provider has concerns with the commissioning intentions outlined within the published documentation, please raise this via the eTendering Portal in the first instance within 30 days of the date of this Prior Information Notice. The closing date of this PIN is midnight on the 12th October 2020.
Crawley Hospital, 3rd Floor, Red Wing
West Green Drive
Contract value: 325000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 13 Oct 2020
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is intending to procure a research, evidence and translation programme to provide climate services for its workstreams. The programme will provide up-to-date policy-relevant evidence and scientific advice to inform BEIS policy workstreams. The service will provide transdisciplinary underpinning analysis and modelling, covering a range of sectors including the state of the climate, climate impacts, co-benefits of climate action, decarbonisation pathways, and greenhouse gas removal technologies. It will also provide a comprehensive user-centred translation service including use of innovative data visualisation tools and communications techniques. A supplier information day will be held on September 22nd 2020 and an ITT with the full research requirement will be published following this event. Attendance at the supplier day is not a pre-requisite for participation in the ITT.
1 Victoria Street
Contract value: 4100000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 10 Dec 2020
Provider commitments to care experienced students in access and participation plans are variable, and stakeholder engagement has highlighted inconsistency of provider and local authority support to care leavers in terms of information, advice and guidance, admissions (academic offer), financial and pastoral support and accommodation. Care leavers report that academic pathways and support offers are unclear and unhelpful, which can be a deterrent to access, and impact upon successful participation in higher education. To further support our work in identifying and promoting effective practice we are commissioning a feasibility study to identify options for piloting a national common framework of support for care experienced students in local areas across the country. Should the framework prove to be effective, the OfS would seek to encourage all registered providers to adopt it. This would provide care experienced students with a clearer pathway in terms of academic requirements and the support provided in terms of information, advice and guidance, financial and pastoral support and accommodation. This will be phase one of a two phase project. The commission is for a desk-based research project involving engagement with providers, Uni Connect partnerships, local authorities and regional networks to unpick the complexities and opportunities of developing such a framework. The required output from this phase will be a report to the OfS which maps out the current environment with regard to support for care experienced students and sets out options for how a national framework might be developed. The report will inform the shape and scope of phase two.
Lime Kiln Close
Contract value: 10000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 8 Oct 2020
The contracting authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement.
Birmingham City Council and Lewisham Council Public Health Divisions share a joint aspiration to address and improve ethnic inequalities, through an increased understanding, appreciation, and engagement with BAME groups. This has resulted in a collaboration between the two local authorities to share knowledge and resources through a review process. The review will begin with the Black African and Black Caribbean communities, this will enable a more detailed and culturally sensitive approach to the review. We are looking to commission an evidence summary (literature review). This will encompass all research and relevant article published in English both currently and retrospectively to explore the theme of Early years, Pregnancy, and Parenthood in the Black African and Black Caribbean communities. The evidence-based summary will explore areas of interest relating to the theme: Starting well - Early years & Pregnancy o Infant mortality o Barriers to maternity services o Obesity Health-related Practices/Lifestyle o Culturally informed beliefs and attitudes towards health o Smoking, Physical Activity, Nutrition & Diet, Drugs & Alcohol o NHS inequalities access o Vaccinations and health checks Culture o British culture of African and Caribbean communities o Advocacy - minorities within minorities e.g. LGBT+, British Africans, and British Caribbean's affecting parenthood o Population characteristics e.g. education, housing, employment, and family setting. This contract will be for a period of weeks commencing 28th September 2020 until 26th October 2020. The Council will be using its free to use e-tendering system (in-tend) for the administration of this procurement process and potential suppliers must register with the system to be able to express an interest. If you wish to express an interest in this opportunity please click on the following link to access https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc/ and submit your details to register. You will then be sent details on how to log on which will enable you to download all relevant quotation documentation. If you are unable to register with In-tend or have any questions or problems on how to use this web site please either email us at: email@example.com or call CPS Helpdesk on 0121 464 8000. Your completed quotation submission should be returned by noon on 21th September 2020 via the 'in-tend' system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc
10 Woodcock Street
0121 303 0349
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 21 Sep 2020
If you are interested in tendering please click on the following link to access Birmingham City Council's tender Portal. Delivery Notes Birmingham Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No
Oxfordshire County Council are seeking a Service Provider to carry out the ongoing collection and handling of traffic data from its network of Automatic Traffic Counters (ATC) as well as the maintenance of the ATC equipment. Tenderers are invited to tender for the provision of the Services described at Appendix 1 Specification for a term of 3 years, anticipated to commence on 1st December 2020. Please do not contact the buyer for tender documents. You must express an interest in the opportunity via our e-tendering system, South East Business Portal. Once you have expressed an interest you will be able to access the tender in "My Projects" from the Home page and download the tender documents. https://www.businessportal.southeastiep.gov.uk
Contract value: 150000-150000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 5 Oct 2020
Framework Agreement for the Hire of Commercial Vehicles
Town Hall Extension
Contract value: 3700000-3700000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 12 Oct 2020
The Council is using the e-business portal known as the Chest. Applicants will need to register their details at the following link www.the-chest.org.uk . Once registered, applicants will be emailed a log-in and password which will allow them to gain access to the documentation relating to this opportunity. Applicants will need to electronically submit their completed tender documents, including online questionnaire, via the on-line portal by 11am on Monday 12 October 2020 as referred to in IV.2.2. Any clarification queries must also be submitted via the Chest website by the date referred to in the tender documentation. The framework will be for 3 years, expected to commence 23 November 2020 with an option to extend for up to 2 years. The successful supplier will be required to actively participate in the economic and social regeneration of the locality of, and surroundings of, the place of delivery of the contract. Therefore, selection and award criteria, specification requirements and contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations as relevant to the subject matter of this project. The Council reserves the right not to award the framework, as a result of this Contract Notice. The Council shall not be liable for any costs or expenses incurred by any organisation in responding to this notice or in tendering for the proposed framework. All submissions must be in English, with any clarifications or discussions conducted in English. Tenders and supporting documents must be priced in pounds sterling and all payments under the proposed contract will be made in pounds sterling.
Solent Transport - a partnership between Hampshire County Council, Portsmouth City Council, Southampton City Council and Isle of Wight Council - has received funding from the Department for Transport as part of it successful Future Transport Zone bid to develop and launch a Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platform. The role of contracting authority/entity and sourcing agent will be undertaken by Portsmouth City Council ('the council') on behalf of Solent Transport. The project is funded until 2024, beyond which it is targeted that the platform will be financial self-sustaining on a rolling basis and ideally provide an ongoing income stream which can be shared by the parties. The target date for launch of the platform is July 2021 following a procurement exercise to secure a MaaS development partner by March 2021. Solent Transport has outlined the project aims, draft specification as well as the contracting and tendering strategies and commercial model. The initial proposition pack is available in the document set on this portal. In summary, the top level requirements for the platform include: • multi-modal journey planning, either from launch or in the future • accurate comparisons between transport modes (in price, time, environmental impact etc.) • in-app ticket purchasing • provision of data to monitor the success of the scheme • ability to adapt and respond to data/research findings and the needs of transport operators • neutrality across all transport providers Prior to commencing a formal procurement process, Solent Transport is seeking feedback on its initial specification, contracting and commercial strategy. Solent Transport is offering confidential 1-2-1 feedback consultation meetings with interested parties. Meetings will take place from 14th to 25th September 2020 and can be booked via email application to firstname.lastname@example.org Following completion of this market testing exercise, the council envisages undertaking a formal procurement exercise using the Restricted Procedure. The council envisages appointing the successful development partner on a 2-stage contracting basis. The 1st stage will cover the development of the platform in conjunction with Solent Transport and its local partners, including the local Universities. Subject to satisfactory completion of the 1st stage development work, the 2nd stage will cover the launch and operation of the MaaS platform on a flexible hybrid service / concession contracting basis. The council will take a flexible approach to contracting terms in order to allow for a range of commercial models that may be put forward along with supplier led contractual clauses. The Restricted Procedure will see the 3-4 highest scoring bidders from a supplier shortlisting process receiving the invitation to tender. While the council does not intend to enter a competitive dialogue or negotiated procedure, the council d...
023 9268 8235
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 25 Sep 2020
Portsmouth City Council is currently in the process of seeking expressions of interest for the following project - Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platform - Solent region. The full details and ability to express an interest will be via our e-sourcing system Intend. This filepath will take you to the relevant area of Intend, https://in-tendhost.co.uk/portsmouthcc/aspx/Tenders/Current Once on the page you can either scroll down or use the search function to find the relevant project. Should you have any problems with the above link, please contact us on 023 9268 8235 or email: email@example.com Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No
This ITT is to provide a professional catering service to St Matthew's Primary School Luton, Bedfordshire. The school is seeking a catering partner who will genuinely care and take pride in the food that is served as well as the catering team they employ. The creation of a vibrant dining expereince will underpin the success of the partnership which will include the use of fresh ingredients, great service and by morally doing the right thing at all times. Suppliers who cannot provide this requirement need not register an interest in this opportunity. Investment to the service would be considered but is not an essential condition. A Halal certified meat option will form an integeral part of the daily menu choice.
18 Nalder Green
Contract value: 40000-50000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 10 Oct 2020
Interested caterers must have experience in providing a quality food provision within a Primary School enviroment. Simply put, St Matthew's Primary School is seeking a catering provider who can - tailor school menus, create memorable dining room experiences that engages all pupils and staff, deliver their promises and continually act with integrity and honesty.
The work consists of supplying, installing, maintaining, testing and repairing various fire doorsets at various locations across the borough and shall include all labour, all materials to form a complete installation, setting to work, testing, commissioning, provision of records as well as operating and maintenance manuals for the new doorsets, various elements and equipment as specified to ensure full, effective, compliant and safe operation and also to give effective and compliant installations to the satisfaction of the Client. This arrangement will be required for use across properties (stock) managed by the London Borough of Hounslow covering many different property archetypes. They will be entrance doorsets suitable for interior of buildings (low, medium and high rise blocks), balconies and street level. (Note street level will not generally call for fire or smoke performance). They may also include communal doors as well as electrical intake and dry riser doors. There will be installation prioritisation for high-rise blocks, sheltered schemes, mid-rise blocks, low-rise blocks and then other property architypes - in that order (unless otherwise instructed).
7 Bath Road
Contract value: 14354000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 12 Oct 2020
As part of its affordable credit scale-up programme, Fair4All Finance is seeking a provider to help develop partnerships between affordable lenders and social housing providers, in order to increase the use affordable credit provision. The provider will explore the impact of these partnerships to tenants, identify the business case for the housing provider, and will develop resources to enable more effective partnerships to be delivered. The total budget available for the project is £30,000, excluding VAT, travel and all other expenses. Please email a proposal of no more than 6 pages long to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Wednesday 23 September.
2nd Floor 28 Commercial Street
Contract value: 30000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 23 Sep 2020
This notice is placed as a Prior Information Notice in order to facilitate engagement with potential providers, and relates only to pre-procurement market engagement, including 1:1 provider meetings with Commissioners. NHS England and NHS Improvement South West, in partnership with the South West Offices of the Police & Crime Commissioners and Police Forces are seeking to re-commission Sexual Offence Examiner (SOE) and Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) provision for both adults and paediatrics across the South West. The two services are currently delivered via separate contracts, with a South West wide contract for SOE provision, contract managed by the OPCCs and Police, and four separate contracts for SARC service provision, contract managed by NHSE/I and covering the four Police Force areas of: • Avon & Somerset • Gloucestershire • Swindon & Wiltshire • Devon & Cornwall Consideration is being given to the consolidation of both SOE and SARC Services within an integrated service specification. A final decision regarding scope will be informed by outcomes of market engagement and the Health Needs Assessment. The services in scope for this re-commissioning exercise include; SARC facilities and management, Sexual Offence Examiners and Forensic Medical Examinations, crisis worker provision and onward referral. Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) services and therapeutic provision, such as counselling are out of scope of this re-commissioning exercise (these are commissioned separately). The main aims and objectives of the re-commissioning exercise are; - To determine the most appropriate commissioning strategy for SARC and SOE provision. As part of this, consideration will be given to whether the two services can/should be integrated under one contract, with NHSE/I taking the (lead) commissioning responsibility for both elements, to align with other regions in the South. - To determine the most appropriate service delivery model across the region. - To ensure emerging guidance and accreditation requirements are taken into account. - To re-commission sustainable SARC and SOE services across the region as well as increase equity of access and ensure a consistent and high quality of care to victims of sexual assault in line with the Strategic Direction for Sexual Assault and Abuse Services (2018). - To increase and improve cross-border links with SARCs both within and beyond the South West. It is anticipated that the new contracts will commence on 01 October 2022. At this time, the Commissioners would like to determine the level of provider interest from all sectors (including voluntary and third sector) in preparation for forthcoming market engagement activities, which will consist of 1:1 meetings with the Commissioners in October / November 2020 and may then be followed by further events as deemed appropriate, e.g. a briefing event.
South Plaza,Marlborough Street
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 30 Nov 2020
Expressions of interest are welcome from providers who may be interested in bidding for these services, either in their own right or as a subcontractor or partner, though 1:1 meetings will be facilitated with potential contract holding / lead providers only. The 1:1 meetings will be an opportunity for providers to meet with the Commissioners and discuss the critical issues, challenges and opportunities that relate to future commissioning and provision of SOE and SARC services. At this stage, only high level information in respect to current services or the future procurement strategy / process will be given. The focus will be on obtaining insight from the market to help inform re-commissioning and gauge market interest in these services. Requests for 1:1 meetings with the Commissioners must be submitted by COP 30th September 2020, though general expressions of interest in the opportunity / any further events will be received until 30th November 2020. Further details for the 1:1 meetings and any further engagement events undertaken will be provided to those who express an interest. Interested providers will be able to view this opportunity via the 'current tenders' list on the e-procurement system, In-Tend, available on the following link: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/scwcsu/aspx/Home If you are not already registered on the system you will need to do so before you can fully access the opportunity. On registration, please include at least two contacts to allow for access to the system in times of absence. To register your expression of interest, please complete the Provider Sounding Questionnaire, available within In-Tend as a downloadable Word doc and upload to the placeholder provided. Providers may indicate if they would like Commissioners to pass their contact details on to other providers to facilitate partnering/subcontracting opportunities. Please ensure that you indicate in your questionnaire response whether your organisation is expressing an interest as a contract holding/lead provider or as a subcontractor, and whether you would like your details to be shared. This exercise is being carried out by NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit (SCW) on behalf of the Commissioners. This notice is an information gathering exercise rather than a call for competition in its own right, and therefore publication or response does not commit NHS England or respondents to a future procurement, nor provide any process exemptions or preferential treatment to any parties expressing an interest. NHS England will not be liable for costs incurred by any interested party in participating in this exercise. The services are healthcare services falling within Schedule 3 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 ("the Regulations") which are not subject to the full regime of the Regulations, but is instead governed by the "Light Touch Regime"
The UK's IP regime is consistently ranked among the best in the world, and is central to the UK's innovation strategy, giving inventors, creatives, and entrepreneurs the confidence to invest in innovation and realise the benefits of their investments. Through the Intellectual Property Office (IPO), the UK has a well-established Intellectual Property regime for protecting and incentivising creativity and innovation to help businesses and the economy grow. However, it has been recognised that the IPO has a significant opportunity to transform the way it delivers its services to maximise its effectiveness and to help maintain its position as a global leader in the management of IP. In order to realise this opportunity the Intellectual Property Office is commencing a Transformation programme in January 2021, with the following high-level objectives focussing on our services, our customers, our people and our data: • IPO will transform the way it delivers services to its customers so that we can continue to offer exceptional customer experience in an increasingly digital world. We will put customers at the heart of those developments giving customers a consistent experience across the full range of our existing registered services (Patents, Trade Marks and Designs) and increased flexibility to respond to a changing environment; • We will provide customers with a new way to access our services and manage their entire portfolio of IP through a User account; • We will provide enhanced capability to unlock the value of the data and content we hold; • We will build the enduring capability for future development of our services by fully involving our people in the transformation journey; • We will ensure our organisational design provides the best model to allow IPO to meet its strategic objectives, providing our customers with the most effective engagement with us and also positions the IPO as a global leader in the management of IP; • Our People will have the right skills, tools and support to thrive in a digital workplace - A changing workplace will result in a need for IPO to ensure new capability requirements are met and managed in a way to ensure operational delivery is best in class and our Transformation offers an opportunity to unlock some of the existing constraints and make use of technology that offers not only the best value for money but is future proof to enable flexibility in the future; • IPO's capability will be sufficiently robust to be able to be to adaptable and responsive to a rapidly changing global environment - Our teams and services should be built in a way that enables them to be able to react to changes in the internal and external environment. The current estimate for the Transformation Programme duration is 4-5 years. If you are interested in the IPO Transformation Programme email email@example.com to ensure you receive additional information.
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 28 Feb 2021
Provision of asbestos licensed and non-licensed removal works
Hackney Service Centre
1 Hillman Street
Contract value: 380000-380000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 1 Oct 2020
A permanent, fitting, physical tribute to the Windrush generation is to be erected in London Waterloo Station. MHCLG requires specific additional support from an Arts Consultant in a number of areas, including: Designing an artist's brief; Gathering artists' designs, running a selection process, and sifting through applications to develop a shortlist; Inputting into the final contract to be agreed between MHCLG and the selected artist; and, Providing specialist support and advice as required on areas such as MHCLG's public engagement exercise and advice on future related activities. MHCLG are completing this work in collaboration with the Windrush Commemoration Committee, chaired by Baroness Benjamin MHCLG is using the Bravo eTendering portal to run this procurement. Further information can be found at https://dclg.bravosolution.co.uk under the project title "ITT: itt_86 - CPD/004/120/139; PROCUREMENT OF AN ARTS CONSULTANT FOR A WINDRUSH MONUMENT Register for a free account at https://dclg.bravosolution.co.uk Click the 'ITTs Open To All Suppliers' link. (These are procurement processes open to any registered supplier). • Click on the relevant ITT to access the content. • Click the 'Express Interest' button at the top of the page. • This will move the ITT into your 'My ITTs' page. (This is a secure area reserved for your projects only) You can now access any attachments by clicking 'Buyer Attachments' in the 'ITT Details' box Click 'My Response' under 'ITT Details', you can choose to: • 'Create Response', or, • 'Decline to Respond' (please give a reason if declining). You can now use the 'Messages' function to communicate with the Authority and seek any clarification. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the ITT. There may be a mixture of online & offline actions for you to perform. You must then submit your reply using the 'Submit Response' button at the top of the page. If you require any further assistance please consult the online help, or contact the eTendering help desk.
2nd Floor Nw Fry Building,2 Marsham Street
Contract value: 35000
Published: 10 Sep 2020, Receipt by: 2 Oct 2020
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