With an annual UK spend of £3.4bn on policing, £3.13bn on fire-protection services, and ambulance services funded through
for the Public Sector
Procure Partnerships Framework
Procure Partnerships is structured around 11 regional framework lots, providing local delivery with national governance.
The Procure Partnerships Framework pushes the boundaries of how procurement can support public sector bodies to deliver their strategic targets. The framework has been built to be flexible giving clients choice with single stage or two stage procurement options and up to 8 forms of call off contract.
Why use the Procure Partnerships Framework
The Procure Partnerships Framework has been designed to provide clients with a compliant but flexible solution to their procurement needs. Key benefits include;
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Demonstrable Social Value Supporting Local People
Social Value is at the heart of everything that we do, and we measure ourselves and our partners against the sustainability of our Social Value activities. Social Value activities will never be tokenistic and must leave a lasting legacy with either individuals or upon communities. This is strictly governed at a framework level.
Work has official begun on a brand-new development at Edgeworth Close in Redditch as our Contractor Partners Harper
How Can A Procurement Framework Support Public Sector Bodies To Progress Efficiently from Grant Funding Stage to Project Delivery?
Following the Queen’s speech in May 2021 one of the government’s top priorities is to deliver a national
Free Project Feasibility Reviews
Get in touch with the Procure Partnerships Framework team and will be happy to provide you with free project feasibility advice. There is no commitment to use the Framework if you use this service but we will review your project in detail and our contractor partners will provide you with an overview on each of the adjacent areas.