How to compete for government business
There are several ways to ensure you are alerted to opportunities to compete for government business. To participate in our procurements you must register as a supplier on our eSourcing suite. Register for the eSourcing Suite.
Once a procurement has been completed, additional framework agreements cannot be awarded. However it may be possible for you to sub-contract your services to suppliers on existing Government Procurement Service framework agreements. You can view all existing suppliers here. Please contact the supplier directly in order to discuss potential sub contracting opportunities.
We also recommend that suppliers register with Contracts Finder and Tenders Electronic Daily (TED). You are advised to register for alerts relevant to your business area.All public sector tenders over £10,000 can be viewed on Contracts Finder, which is automatically updated every weekday night with new notices published in Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) - the online version of the supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU). These include almost all public sector contracts over thresholds set by the European Union (EU). This means you can search Contracts Finder for higher-value opportunities as well as lower-value tendering opportunities.
The Dynamic Marketplace is a new online open marketplace for government, specifically for procurements below the OJEU threshold. This tool enables suppliers to advertise their capability to supply goods or services on a national or regional basis. Register for the Dynamic Marketplace.
Our latest procurement plan can be viewed here.
For further information, please contact supplier[at]gps.gsi.gov[dot]uk.