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Expressions of Interest

Effective public procurement is essential for delivering good public services and enabling good government. The government spends in excess of £200 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.

Please click on the hyperlinks below to view the documents for:

See the table below for the latest ‘Expression of Interest’ documents, please click on the individual project title to view documents:

Current Tenders
Project TitleDesignated BodyClosing Date
Lease and Commercial Operation of the NSC Cafe Department of Education, Sport & Culture 12 noon
Landscape Maintenance Select List Department of Infrastructure 12 noon
PIN - Management of Sulby Claddagh Camping Department of Environment, Food & Agriculture 12 noon
On Island Supported Living and Outreach Services for Adults with Physical Disabilities and/or Complex Neurological Conditions Department of Health & Social Care 12 noon
PIN - Management of Overnight Stay for Motorhomes, Ayres National Nature Reserve Department of Environment, Food & Agriculture 12 noon
Current Quick Quotes
Project TitleDesignated BodyClosing Date
Douglas Fire Station - Replacement of Velux Window Department of Infrastructure 12 noon
Supply and delivery of a Core Drilling Trailer Department of Infrastructure 12 noon
Santon Professional Development Centre Plant Room Refurbishment and associated works Department of Infrastructure 12 noon
PR and Advocacy Services Manx National Heritage 12 noon
Chester Street Car Park - Fencing Alterations and Fall Prevention System Installation Department of Infrastructure 12 noon

Online Procurement Portal

Procurement Services have now launched a new online Portal, where all future procurement opportunities will be advertised and completed. All submissions will now be made electronically through the Portal, removing the need to provide hard copies and additional electronic copies on memory sticks.

See below to access the Portal and click on ‘Register’ on the left hand side to register your organisation’s details. Please note that all yellow boxes on the registration screens must be completed as these are the mandatory minimum requirements needed to register.

Register interest

On the Business Classification tab it is important to link all categories of business that are relevant to your organisation, as when tenders are released they will be linked to these particular categories and all those who have registered under those categories will automatically receive a notification of a new tender.

If you have any difficulties registering your organisation or have any queries regarding the Portal please email Neil Callin or call on +44 1624 686545.

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