Advice on doing business with the council
The council procures services and works from a range of business from local suppliers (SME’s) to multinationals. If you are thinking of doing business with the council the information below may help.
The council‘s procurement web pages are designed to help companies to do business with the council. There are three elements:
- The Procurement Strategy - setting a clear framework for procurement throughout the council
- A Selling Guide - explaining the rules we have to abide by, our procedures, and letting you know how you can compete for our business
- E-Procurement - explaining how we are developing our strategy so you can do business with us electronically
The principles of the Small Business Concordat that Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council has adopted, demonstrate a commitment to small businesses which will ensure that local companies are able to tender effectively for public sector contracts.
For more information contact a member of the Procurement team by emailing email@example.com, phoning 01256 844844 or visit the procurement web pages which also contain links to the South East Business Portal for contract opportunities.
Whether you are looking to start a business, are an existing business needing help to grow or a business looking to relocate, we can help you on your journey.
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