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Selling to the GLA
The document 'Selling to the GLA' aims to aid both individuals and companies:
From 7 September 2009 the GLA's procurement function is delegated to Transport for London (TfL).
For information about how TfL will manage procurement for the GLA, please see TfL's procurement systems and policies (TfL website).
All TfL procurement policy documents will apply to the GLA, with the exception of the Purchase Order Conditions of Contract and the Standard Services Contract.
Terms and conditions for the GLA’s purchase of supplies, services and/or works may vary from case to case. However, the standard GLA Purchase Order Conditions of Contract will apply unless a contract has been agreed and signed separately:
Social and environmental objectives, managed under the banner of Responsible Procurement, are essential in ensuring best value in procurement across the GLA Group. Further information on Responsible Procurement best practice and how it can help your business is available on the GLA Group Responsible Procurement microsite.
Summary guidance on advertising of contracts
Contracts below £125,000
TfL advertise a number of contracts on the Route to Government website, which was set up to help small businesses find out about government contracts.
The Supply London website, run by the London Development Agency, helps small businesses realise opportunities in the London Supply Chain.
Contracts above £125,000
Most contracts worth more than £125,000 are advertised in the European Journal and featured on the EU Tenders Electronic Daily website. This is in accordance with European Union (EU) requirements.
Another useful website is CompeteFor.
For more information about registering as a supplier please see the TfL website or contact:
Tel: 0800 011 2470
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