Fife - Selling to Fife Council
As the third largest local authority in Scotland, with a third party works, goods and services spend of around £400 million per year, Fife Council is responsible for delivering all local government services in the Kingdom.
The Procurement Service of Fife Council advertises all tendering opportunities with a value of £50,000 or above for supplies/services and £500,000 for works on the Public Contracts Scotland website: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk
The Procurement function is part of Revenue and Commercial Services and in conjunction with delegated areas of Assets, Transportation and Environment, ensures best value in the provision of works, goods and services to the Council through strategic procurement policies and effective management.
Fife Council is a public sector contracting authority and as such is required to produce an Annual Procurement Report detailing all regulated procurement activities. This report summarises the council’s regulated procurement activity throughout 2017/18. A regulated procurement is any procurement for public supplies or services with a value of over £50,000.00 and for public works with a value of over £2 million. The Appendices to the report are noted below;
View Fife Council’s Supplier Guide which provides information for suppliers and potential suppliers to Fife Council about tendering processes.
View Fife Council’s Community Benefits Guide which provides information for suppliers on Community benefit clauses within contracts which require tenderers to commit to undertaking some form of social impact as part of winning that contract.