Our procurement pipeline contains details of potential commercial opportunities that are expected to be undertaken, this includes market engagements, procurements in progress, planned procurements and new opportunities.
Please be aware that there is no guarantee that the opportunities detailed within the Procurement Pipeline will lead to a tender publication or contract award.
The Procurement Pipeline reflects our anticipated forward opportunities as at the publication date, may be subject to change and is provided for general information purposes only.
Commissioning in Suffolk
This short Commissioning in Suffolk document (PDF, 2MB) sets out the principles for good commissioning in Suffolk. Commissioning is our toolbox to help redesign the whole system of providers and partners, to think differently and innovate, and to lead the future service design.
Commissioning and de-commissioning
These documents should not be relied upon as a statement of tendering activity. For more information, contact the Procurement Business Partner for each department.
Adult Care Services (ACS)
- ACS Commissioning Plans are currently being update
Senior Procurement Business Partner, Gillian Glanville, firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 01473 264478.
Children and Young People (CYP) services
The Suffolk Quality Practice Standards define good practice and make explicit what is expected when providing a service to vulnerable children, young people and families. Any organisation wishing to supply services to our directorate will need to be aware of the standards and expectations outlined in this document.
Senior Procurement Business Partner, Katrina Browning, email@example.com, phone: 01473 264490.
Procurement Business Partner, Michelle Youngs, firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 01473 265789
Assets and Investment - Property
Senior Procurement Business Partner, Martin Jennings, email@example.com, phone: 01473 265189.