Denbighshire print and graphic designers offered the chance to be considered for framework
Posted 10 August 2017 | 0 Comments
Denbighshire print and graphic designers are being offered the chance to be considered for future opportunities offered by Denbighshire County Council.
The Print and Graphic Design Framework tender, created in conjunction with Flintshire County Council, will offer local print and graphic designers the chance to be included on the framework.
Suppliers not on the framework will not be eligible to bid for forthcoming opportunities for the length of the framework.
Although local suppliers cannot be guaranteed a place on the framework due to European Procurement Regulations, local suppliers and newly formed businesses are being encouraged to access the tender and submit their bids for inclusion on the framework.
The Framework Agreement will be awarded to successful tenderers for an initial period of two years with the option of a further two, one-year extensions.
The tender will be separated into 3 lots, for print, graphic design and banners and signage.
Suppliers will have the opportunity, and may wish to apply for inclusion on either one, two or all three lots.
Each section will be evaluated by ‘price and quality’ criteria and the highest scoring suppliers will be awarded to those lots.
The estimated combined annual spend for the three lots is £560,000.
Increasing opportunities for local businesses to secure contracts with Denbighshire County Council is part of the Council’s work on developing the local economy by creating employment opportunities and job creation, as well as sustaining existing jobs.
Full details of the requirements, including specifications, evaluation methods and questions will be available at
Sell2 Wales website – www.Sell2Wales.com and Proactis.com at https://supplierlive.proactisp2p.com/Account/Login#