Procurement, Commissioning and Tendering
This area of the website provides you with links to Procurement, Commissioning and Tendering opportunities throughout the Region and beyond. If there is anything that you feel should be added to this page, please feel free to send us an e-mail.
This is a free tendering and procurement support social networking site where you can easily share information and ask questions. There is the facility to ask questions relating to procurement, provide feedback on using 'The Chest' (The Local Authority Tendering Portal) and find out about current opportunities.
The Chest is the North West's Local Authority Procurement Portal providing you with access to all of the Local Authorities across Merseyside and the wider North West region.
You can register online as a 'supplier' via the Suppliers Area to receive e-mail updates on opportunities that match your capabilities.
Supply2gov is the only official government lower-value contract opportunity portal, created specifically to provide small businesses with visibility of public sector contract opportunities typically below £100,000. This service is FREE for businesses who are seeking to access UK-wide lower-value contracts via the Online Contract Search.
The North West Collaborative Commercial Agency (NWCCA) eTendering service provides a simple secure and efficient means for managing tendering activity and contract negotiations with suppliers over the internet. Use this e-tendering service to access NHS opportunities in the North West.
The North West Development Agency's tendering opportunities are listed on this site together with all relevant documentation required to submit a proposal.
Opportunities North West is part of the Catalysing Consortia Project working with Social Enterprises across the North West of England. Opportunities North West allows social enterprises to advertise and browse tender opportunities from across the region.
This is the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union. Access to opportunities from across the EU and beyond. Free search and email alert services.
The Social Enterprise Coalition (SEC) in partnership with Anthony Collins Solicitors has produced a new guide to help social enterprises navigate public sector procurement and tackle the myths that prevent them from winning contracts.