public procurement


SPIE UK Named to CCS Security Services Framework

Imtech Group business SPIE UK has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Security Services framework. CCS supports UK public sector organisations in achieving maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2021/22, the organisation helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.8 billion – supporting world-class…

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Best Practice: Supply Chains in UK Public Sector Procurement

Contracting Authorities in the United Kingdom’s public sector must prepare to assess supply chains using the Common Assessment Standard (CHAS Elite) or PAS 91 (CHAS Advanced) following the government’s release of Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 03/23 which updates the Selection Questionnaire and replaces PPN 08/16.   The changes, which come into effect from 1 April 2023, mean that contractors looking to…


Pinnacle Group Secures Six Lots on CCS FM Framework

Pinnacle Group has been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Facilities Management and Workplace Services Framework. Having secured a place on six of the CCS Facilities Management and Workplace Services framework lots, the business will be eligible for work across the spectrum of total, hard and soft facilities management opportunities. Just 44…


Robertson Facilities Management Secures Place on New CCS FM Procurement Framework

Robertson Facilities Management has been awarded a place on the new Crown Commercial Services, Facilities Management and Workplace Services Framework – RM6232 after applying successfully for two lots.  Robertson FM has over twenty years of experience in the industry and acceptance on the framework, which will be in place for the next four years, will…


Crown Commercial Service awards major new ‘social value enabled’ FM framework

UK government executive procurement agency Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has awarded 44 supplier places on its  new Facilities Management and Workplace Services framework. The new framework supports the principles of the Government’s Sourcing Playbook by heavily weighting ‘quality’ in its contract award criteria, rather than lowest cost – emphasising the importance of social value and…

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