Frameworks

Direct and efficient access to procuring services

We are registered on various procurement catalogues, providing you with choice and direct access to buying our services.

It is important for public sector organisations to select the most appropriate procurement route when commissioning their services and software.

We are registered on a broad range of regional and national EU compliant frameworks to help you:

  • save time and money when going out to tender
  • encounter a more efficient procurement process
  • have access to a range of standard forms, contracts and template documentation.

Many frameworks also offer other guaranteed benefits as part of the contract, from providing employment and skills opportunities to funding and supporting local social and economic regeneration.

Here are just a few of the frameworks that we are listed on:

Our frameworks are available to a wide range of organisations from local authorities, education establishments and central government departments, to the NHS, police and fire authorities, registered charities and social housing providers.

Get in touch for more information on our range of framework options.

 

Dynamic Purchasing System

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We believe that the introduction of a Framework Agreement and a micro-procurement process provides greater transparency to people in need of care, carers, care providers and the Council. It promotes and reward the use of services that are achieving and maintaining high degrees of quality.

Jules Gregory, Market Manager, Birmingham City Council

Developing employees

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We believe our people are our strongest assets. We are committed to ensuring that we have the best policies and practices in place to recruit and retain the highest quality people.

Capita

Capita and the London Borough of Southwark

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In any one day, demand can change, and that generates a huge amount of work for the service. Capita is able to combine its experience on a number of different contracts up and down the country.

Dominic Cain, Director of Exchequer London Borough of Southwark Council