What the partnership does
Procurement Lincolnshire is made up of local authorities. They spend a total of around £590 million per year on goods, services and works.
Each partner authority has its own contract and procurement procedure rules (CPPRs):
These promote good commercial practice, public accountability and deter corruption.
Together, we aim to:
- obtain the best value contracts whilst not comprising on quality
- engage with suppliers to promote the local economy
- account for the social and environmental impact of procurement
For more details, read our procurement strategy
Services we offer
We can provide one-off procurement advice for public bodies, such as schools and parish councils. This includes:
- market engagement
- defining your requirements
- designing the procurement process
- pricing models
- payment mechanisms
- award criteria
We can also undertake procurement activity on your behalf. This includes:
- contract reviews
- gap analysis
- spend analysis
- identifying possible savings
We are also experienced in providing training in procurement.
We do not deal with purchase orders, deliveries and invoicing. Each authority deals with this directly. You must contact the member of staff who made the initial purchase request.
For more information, email [email protected].
Support for schools
To find out more about our offer to educational settings, visit our EduLincs brochure page.