Published date: 11 June 2019

Last edited date: 11 June 2019

Closed opportunity - This means that the contract is currently closed. The buying department may be considering suppliers that have already applied, or no suitable offers were made.

Closing: 19 June 2019

Contract summary


  • Presents and rewards - 18530000

  • Computer equipment and supplies - 30200000

  • Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment - 32000000

    • Transport equipment and auxiliary products to transportation - 34000000

    • Financial and insurance services - 66000000

    • Benefit services - 75310000

    • Child allowances - 75340000

    • Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security - 79000000

    • Guidance services - 85312310

    • Recreational, cultural and sporting services - 92000000

Location of contract

Any region

Value of contract


Procurement reference


Published date

11 June 2019

Closing date

19 June 2019

Contract start date

14 August 2019

Contract end date

13 August 2023

Contract type

Service contract

Procedure type

Open procedure (above threshold)

Any interested supplier may submit a tender in response to an opportunity notice.

This procedure can be used for procurements above the relevant contract value threshold.

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Crown Commercial Service (CCS) as the Authority aims to appoint a single Supplier (or a Group of Economic Operators with a lead contact), to provide a range of Employee Benefits across UK public sector authorities via an Online Employee Benefits Platform. The Framework Agreement shall include the following core benefits:
Childcare Voucher Scheme,
Cycle to Work Scheme,
Reward and Recognition,
Payroll Giving Scheme,
Employee Discounts,
Discounted Gym Membership,
Technology and Smartphone Discounts,
Financial Wellbeing, and
Green Car Scheme.

More information



Additional text

'This Framework Agreement is for use by Contracting Authorities in the United Kingdom and which fall into one or more
of the following categories:
1. Any of the following:
(a) Ministerial government departments;
(b) Non ministerial government departments;
(c) Executive agencies of government;
(d) Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs), including advisory NDPBs, executive NDPBs, and
tribunal NDPBs;
(e) Assembly Sponsored Public Bodies (ASPBs);
(f) Police forces;
(g) Fire and rescue services;
(h) Ambulance services;
(i) Maritime and coastguard agency services;
(j) NHS bodies;
(k) Educational bodies or establishments including state schools (nursery schools, primary
schools, middle or high schools, secondary schools, special schools), academies, colleges, Pupil
Referral Unit (PRU), further education colleges and universities;
(l) Hospices;
(m) National Parks;
(n) Housing associations, including registered social landlords;
(o) Third sector and charities;
(p) Citizens advice bodies;
(q) Councils, including county councils, district councils, county borough councils, community
councils, London borough councils, unitary councils, metropolitan councils, parish councils;
(r) Public corporations;
(s) Public financial bodies or institutions;
(t) Public pension funds;
(u) Central banks; and
(v) Civil service bodies, including public sector buying organisations.
2. Those listed and maintained by the Government on their website at or any replacement web-link.
3. Those listed and maintained by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) at
ationguide or any replacement web-link.
4. Those set out in the definition of "Contracting Authority" in regulation 2(1) of the Public Contracts
Regulations 2015 (PCR), namely:
(a) the State, regional or local authorities. This covers parliament, central government, regional
government and local government;
(b) associations formed by one or more regional or local authorities;

(c) bodies governed by public law, as defined under regulation 2(1) of PCR, including any
subsidiary and sponsoring department of such bodies. A body which operates in normal market
conditions, aims to make a profit, and bears the losses resulting from the exercise of its activity
shall not be considered as being a 'body governed by public law' since the needs in the general
interest, that it has been set up to meet or been given the task of meeting, can be deemed to have
an industrial or commercial character;
(d) associations formed by one or more bodies governed by public law, including any (applicable)
joint venture or corporation; and
(e) central government aut

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