How are contracts awarded?
Petroc has an obligation to ensure value for money from its external expenditure therefore the decision to award contracts will usually be based upon the most economically advantageous tender which will take into account a number of factors including price, quality, sustainability and running costs to establish the full life cycle costs. Tenders will usually advise what criteria will be used when selecting a supplier.
Petroc will endeavour to advise all those who have quoted the outcome of a tender process. Prior to submitting a quote it is important that you read all of the tender documentation to ensure that you fully understand our requirements, the specification for the goods or services and the timescales involved. We will endeavour to publish contract opportunities on these pages including where possible any pre-qualification requirements.
EU Procurement Regulations
All publicly funded organisations must ensure that external expenditure complies with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, these regulations are intended to ensure free movement of goods and services within the EU and to open up the public sector to greater competition.
The regulations apply to purchases which are above a set monetary threshold and where this applies the contract opportunity must be advertised in the Official Journal of EU (OJEU) and the procurement process must follow rules for the advertisement, qualification and award. Thresholds are reviewed on a regular basis and the current levels are as follows:
‘Light Touch Regime’ Contracts: £615,278
*All values for the purposes of the thresholds are net of VAT and effective to 31/12/2019
Where contract values fall below these thresholds, public sector organisations are still expected to comply with the principles of the regulations and ensure that their procurement processes remain fair and transparent.
Petroc aim to settle all correctly submitted invoices within 30 days.
Petroc's Subcontractor Framework
All organisations seeking to secure subcontracting agreements for the delivery of education, training and development provision, regardless of previous involvement with the college, must successfully complete the Stage One Due Diligence Questionnaire in order to be listed on Petroc’s Subcontractor Framework.
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Get In Touch
If you would like to notify us of your interest in being included in any of our forthcoming opportunities or would like to make us aware of your organisations capabilities then please contact us at the following;
Petroc, Old Sticklepath Hill, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 2BQ.
Attention: Graham Greatorex, Procurement Co-ordinator
Tel: 01271 852391