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Tendering

Tendering is a formal competitive bidding process where suppliers compete under strict rules for contracts.

It is used to ensure:

  • competition
  • openness
  • fairness
  • accountability

If you would like to submit a tender

We advertise our current tenders on this page.

You'll need to request an application form and a brief description of the work we're looking for.
The advertisement will tell you how to do this.

If you think you can supply the service we need, return the application form and all the information requested by the return date.
If you application is successful, we'll let you know and send you a full invitation to tender.

The invitation will contain full details of the tendering requirements, including instructions on how and when to return your bid.
You must follow these instructions exactly or your bid may be rejected.

Do:

  • follow the instructions
  • provide all the information asked for
  • ask if you're in doubt
  • use the tender reply label

Don’t:

  • amend the documents or change the way in which you're asked to provide the information
  • mark the tender return envelope in any way to show any indication of your name
  • send in pages or books or unnecessary documentation

Access or register for tenders online

A tender submitted doesn't automatically guarantee it will be put forward for selection.

The awarding of tenders is subject to rigorous evaluation and the council is not obliged to make an award of tender.

Current tenders

If you are interested in taking part in the process and would like free help and support to make sure you are ready, contact the Corporate Procurement Team.

Corporate Procurement

4th Floor, Roycraft House, 15 Linton Road, Barking IG11 8HE

020 8227 5234

corporate.procurement@lbbd.gov.uk

Unattended CCTV enforcement Toggle accordion

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham (LBBD) are inviting bids to provide a service that meets LBBD’s current needs for an Unattended CCTV parking, bus lane and moving traffic enforcement solution.

LBBD requires a modern digital CCTV system that can cover all its present and future needs, such that the system is fully future proofed.

In addition, LBBD does not want to be locked into any proprietary equipment and therefore is fully committed to acquiring systems which use open standards and equipment, to allow LBBD to seamlessly upgrade to new cameras as they become available in the marketplace.

Further information and tender documents are available on the council’s e-tendering portal.

The deadline for tender submissions is 2pm Tuesday 3 December 2019.

Civil Enforcement System including Parking Enforcement Noticing Toggle accordion

The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham are tendering to appoint a provider to supply a Civil Enforcement System including Parking Enforcement Noticing. The system will be integral to support the Council to operate efficiently and meet its legal obligations under by Traffic Management Act (TMA) 2004.

The duration of the contract will be for a period of three years, with an option to extend for a further two years at the discretion of the contracting authority.

Further information and tender documents are available on the council’s e-tendering portal.

The deadline for tender submissions is 1pm Thursday 19 December 2019.

Barking and Dagenham Generic Advice and Enhanced Welfare Rights Service Toggle accordion

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham is carrying out this procurement exercise in the form of an open tender for the provision of Generic Advice and Enhanced Welfare Rights Service in accordance with the council’s contract rules and the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

Further information and tender documents are available on the council’s e-tendering portal.

The deadline for tender submissions is 12pm (Noon) Thursday 12 December 2019.

Cashless parking Toggle accordion

The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham are tendering to appoint a provider for the provision of a cashless parking service. The service enables customers to pay using a mobile telephone with a debit/credit card or any alternative payment methods as agreed between the parties during the life of the contract.

The service shall be available for all on and off street pay and display/virtual permits car parking locations including resident, doctors, staff permits, business and business parking utilising a permit system operated by either council and any additional parking facilities that the council may wish to add during the life of the contract.

An app is required that in addition to standard functionality will allow for staff to pay a day rate, certain customers to pay a discounted rate, dispensations and suspensions.

The service shall be operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.

The duration of the contract will be for a period of three years, with an option to extend for a further two years at the discretion of the contracting authority.

Further information and tender documents are available on the council’s e-tendering portal.

The deadline for tender submissions is 1pm Monday 9 December 2019.

Adult and Children’s Services procurement

Find out more about our Adult and Community Services and Children’s Services procurement.