Dynamic Purchasing System – Provision of Mobile Catering Concessions at Council Owned Properties (WCC – 6079)

Warwickshire County Council are seeking potential suppliers to provide a Mobile Catering Service (sandwiches etc) to its employees.

This opportunity is advertised on our e-procurement portal CSW-Jets

You will need to be registered as a supplier on the portal in order to be able to download the tender documentation and submit an application to join the DPS.

If you are successful with your application, you will be invited to bid for all mobile catering licences advertised via this DPS.

At present, one site (Saltisford Office Park Buildings 1,2 and 3) has been identified where a single supplier is required. There is a possibility, but no guarantee, that further Mobile Catering Concession licences will be auctioned via this DPS Project.

 

Provision of Print Services to support Marketing and Communications activities (Project Reference – 6182)

Warwickshire County Council are running a procurement exercise to establish a Framework Agreement, holding multiple suppliers to supply Print Services.

For further details on this 2 year contract please find the opportunity and all procurement documentation on the Council’s e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/csw-jets/aspx/Home

The deadline for tender submissions is:   6th July 2018 at 13:00 hours (1pm)

Provision of Graphic Design Services to support Marketing and Communications activities (Project Reference 6181)

Warwickshire County Council are running a procurement exercise to establish a Framework Agreement, holding multiple suppliers to supply Graphic Design Services.  Successful suppliers will support the Council’s Marketing and Communications team in completing their activities.

For further details on this 2 year contract please find the opportunity and all procurement documentation on the Council’s e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/csw-jets/aspx/Home

The deadline for tender submissions is:   6th July 2018 at 13:00 hours (1pm)

Business Growth Skills Workshop Facilitators

The University of Warwick Science Park (UWSP) in partnership with Warwickshire County Council (WCC) is looking to appoint a pool of facilitators who are specialists in their field and have proven expertise in face to face workshop design, delivery, and facilitation to SME tech based and innovative businesses.

The Business Ready Programme is partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Warwickshire County Council and the University of Warwick Science Park forming part of the Coventry and Warwickshire Business support programme.

This Procurement opportunity, along with the documentation, is accessible here.

 

WCC – Passenger Transport Service using a Taxi or Private Hire Car DPS

Warwickshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced operators for admission to their Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of passenger transport services (using a taxi or private hire car).

The required vehicle size for this contract is no more than 8 seats. Passenger Assistants may be required on some routes.

The period of validity of the DPS will be 7 years from commencement (01/04/2017) and interested parties can apply at any point during the period of validity. Tender opportunities from the DPS are likely to be offered either via an electronic auction (e-auction) exercise or via an electronic quote mechanism.

Once the DPS is established, operators will be advised of the opportunities available as and when they arise – operators can then choose whether they want to bid for the requirement or not. (It is not compulsory to bid for every opportunity offered, all operators on the DPS will be informed of the opportunity, but can choose whether or not to bid on an individual basis).

This is advertised on our e-procurement portal CSW-Jets. You will need to register your company on the system in-order to be able to join our Taxi or Private Hire Car DPS and to take part in opportunities as and when they arise.

Registration and use of CSW Jets is free. Once registered, all Correspondence for this procurement process must be sent via the Correspondence function. However, if you are unable to register with the website please email us at procurement@warwickshire.gov.uk.

CSW – WCC Apprenticeship Training Provision Dynamic Purchasing System (Reference 00004476)

The Business Questionnaire for the opportunity to join the Dynamic Purchasing System for Apprenticeship Training Providers can be found on www.csw-jets.co.uk.

You will need to register/be registered as a supplier in order to be able to express an interest, download the documentation and submit a return.

HS2

Firms across Coventry and Warwickshire could be in line to win millions of pounds’ worth of contracts to help deliver HS2

The Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce has been keeping close to all of the latest developments surrounding HS2 in order for members to find out more about the opportunities within the supply chain to deliver the project.

A portal detailing the contracts that are available and the main contractors to liaise with has been released and is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/hs2-contract-opportunities.

The Chamber is also discussing the possibility of holding local supply chain events to allow companies to meet representatives from HS2 and main contractors involved in the project.

Louise Bennett, chief executive of the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce, said: “HS2 will be one of the biggest infrastructure projects in the UK for decades and while there has been a great deal of debate around it, it’s vitally important that Coventry and Warwickshire companies are given the opportunity to apply for contracts.“I would urge our members in construction and engineering to log onto the portal to see if there are opportunities that would suit them straight away. “We are also hoping to hold events with HS2 and several of their main contractors to help facilitate face-to-face discussions for our members.”

Louise added: “We launched our Go For Growth 16 campaign at the start of this year and that is designed to help remove some of the hurdles to companies across our patch being able to expand. “But when opportunities such as this come along where we can help bring local businesses together with larger suppliers for the benefit of the individual companies, as well as the wider economy, that’s exactly what we will do.”