NFC81 – 13 customers saved £1.9m – an average saving of 50% compared to the prices customers were paying. Read more in this case study.
Dates of next procurement:
- October 2018: gathering expressions of interest and requirements from customers. Holding customer webinars to describe aggregation process and NFC tariffs.
- October – November 2018: indicative savings analysis process
- End of November 2018: customer commitment deadline
- December 2018: publish committed volume of connections to market
- End of January 2019: award to winning bidder and customers enter into contract
- 8 weeks post award: transition to new contract/migration of connections
How to get involved
To get started, join one of our upcoming webinars where we will be discussing the process for the next mobile voice & data aggregation, NFC100:
If you’re unable to join one of these webinars but would like to find out more – simply complete this form by 23 October stating ‘NFC100’ in the comments box and a member of our aggregation team will be in touch to help with your enquiry.
Our National Fuels framework gives you access to a variety of solid and liquid fuels, including liquified gas, greases, lubricants and antifreeze.
We are running quarterly aggregated further competitions to deliver you the best prices, and recommend you consider joining the next aggregation if you have new requirements, or would like to add new sites to your existing arrangements for the start of the next financial year. By joining an aggregation you will benefit from an easy route to market, with options for both regional and national suppliers.
If you are interested in taking part in the next aggregation please get in touch – simply tick the aggregation box and quote RM3801 – National Fuels.
We run 3 vehicle eAuctions a year as by combining customer requirements we can help organisations make great savings on the whole life costs of vehicles – whether you need 1 or 1,000. We do this by using standardised vehicle specifications and our bulk buying power to make your requirements more attractive to suppliers, meaning customers can save as much as 40% on manufacturer’s retail price.
Our eAuctions are run under lots 1 and 2 of the Vehicle Purchase framework. Any volume or vehicle type can be considered, and we can also help you if you want to lease rather than buy vehicles.
The next planned eAuction is 13 February 2019: deadline for involvement 2 January 2019.
If you have a requirement for IT Hardware products, such as laptops, desktops, monitors or tablet devices and would be interested in aggregating your requirement, please get in touch.
Aggregated IT Hardware competitions are typically published via lot 1 (hardware) of the Technology Products 2 (RM3733) framework. Where we have high volumes of agnostic devices, either at individual level or aggregated across many customers, with limited service wrap then lot 5 (volume hardware requirements) is the preferred choice. Limited service wrap includes asset tagging and image build/load.
By combining your requirements with those of other organisations, we can bring together greater volumes and therefore greater savings are likely for all.
If you are interested in getting involved, no matter how big or small your requirement is, or you have any questions, please get in touch – simply tick the aggregation opportunities box and quote IT Hardware aggregation.
Our Traffic Management Technology 2 (RM1089) framework covers automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology, and we are planning national aggregated further competitions for both police and car park ANPR.
If this is of interest to you please get in touch – simply tick the aggregation box and quote NFC77.
Following the success of the CCS led first UK aggregated further competition for Water, we will be running another further competition for Lot 1 – Water and Wastewater supply.
We anticipate this competition will be held early October in order to provide customers with the ability to switch supplier before the end of the year.
This further competition is open to all public sector, non-residential premises, and the deadline is 31 July.
To get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org and register your interest.