Government Procurement Policy
Effective public procurement is essential for delivering good public services and enabling good government. The Government spends in excess of £80 million per year on the goods and services necessary to deliver public services and due to the substantial reduction in our future revenue the need to deliver the best value for money has never been more vital.
The role of the Head of Procurement is to ensure Government obtains best value for money when procuring the goods and services of the quality necessary to meet the user’s needs. Through the Government’s Procurement Forum we will look to work collaboratively in areas of common spend applying the very highest professional standards when spending money on behalf of the taxpayers of the Isle of Man.
To view the Government Procurement Policy approved by the Council of Ministers in March 2010 and review and amended August 2012 via this hyperlink.
Click here to view the current Government Financial Regulations.
Click here to view the current Procedure Notes for Management of Construction Projects.
The outcome of procurement activities are available to view: Notification of Tender Results 2012-13
Expressions of interest are invited for:
|Provision of Domiciliary Care Services||Prior Information Notice in Provision of Domiciliary Care Services||15th May 2013|
|Paddock Management & Event Support||Expression of Interest in Provision of Paddock & Event Support; and/or Security Stewarding & Guarding||16th May 2013|
|Island Wide Patient Transfer Services||Expression of Interest in the provision of Island Wide Patient Transfer Services||30th May 2013|