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£12bn FM framework announced by CCS

13 October 2017

An event for prospective suppliers to the new government FM Marketplace £12bn framework will be held at the Manchester Conference Centre on 25 October.

Announced earlier today by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), the framework will have spaces for up to 160 service providers, including a new regional lotting structure.

The framework is expected to include all sizes of business and will cover hundreds of public sector customers.

Taking place from 09.30 to 13.00 on the day, potential framework members will receive an update on developments within the new initiative.

These will include digitised bidding, "innovative steps introduced to maximise opportunities for SMEs" and a simplified buying process for customers, said the CCS.

There will also be a live webinar for those unable to attend in person, designed to allow all interested parties with the opportunity to take part and ask questions about the new strategy.

CCS said it plans to issue a contract notice for the new framework in December 2017 before it goes live next year.

The FM Marketplace framework will cover:
Hard and soft FM;
CAFM / Integrator;
Linen and laundry;
Defence-specific FM services.

The statement said that the CCS will support sector efforts "to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services".

Those wishing to register can do so here.

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