Register your business on the following websites to increase your access to work opportunities
Supply to Surrey - see opportunities from a range of buyers across the county
A website that lists opportunities from public bodies across the county of Surrey, including Surrey County Council. You don't have to register to access the information, but you will need to be registered on the individual buyer's portal to submit a bid. If you do register on Supply to Surrey you can choose to receive email alerts when new opportunities are available.
Go to www.supplytosurrey.co.uk.
SE Shared Services e-sourcing portal - bid for work from Surrey County Council
All our major tenders (over £100,000) and requests for quotation over £15,000 are advertised on the e-sourcing portal. Suppliers must be registered to take part in a tender; once registered you can express an interest and submit your bids online.
BuildSurrey - a dedicated network for construction business
Primarily a networking site for buyers and suppliers, we also publish opportunities that can be viewed by registered and accredited suppliers.
Go to www.buildsurrey.net.
Other ways to become a supplier
To be considered as a supplier of ad-hoc Domiciliary Care for Adults email firstname.lastname@example.org. Your email will be passed to the most appropriate team who will confirm they have received your email.
For smaller value purchases (under £15,000) we will make purchases directly, requesting quotations or using a purchase card (corporate credit card), as appropriate.
Types of work we tender for
The Contract Register is an online searchable list of current contracts valued over £50,000 and includes a brief description, value and expiry date of each one.
Go to the Contract Register.
Know what to expect when bidding for work with the council
If you have never taken part in a tender before, or want to refresh your memory of the process, we have written a number of guides to help you.
Supply to Surrey - general guidance on the stages of a tender
SE Shared Services esourcing portal - guides and videos on how to use the online tendering portal.
Gov.uk provides a wealth of information to support and inform you, including a free online course, Winning the Business, providing and overview of the public sector tendering process.