Parliamentary Commercial Directorate (PCD)
The Parliamentary Commercial Directorate (PCD) is responsible for all procurement processes conducted in the House of Lords and the House of Commons. It provides professional procurement and commercial services and ensures compliance with the Houses' procurement policies.
Houses of Parliament Procurement Policies
- Parliamentary Procurement Rules
- Parliamentary Contract Management Governance & Rules
- Sustainable Procurement Policy
Information on expressing an interest in tendering
Suppliers providing services, works or supplies to UK Parliament must take all reasonable steps to prevent malpractice or impropriety. They must immediately notify the Directors of Finance of each House of any known occurrence via the dedicated fraud, bribery and corruption reporting inbox, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any members of the public who wish to report concerns of fraud, bribery and corruption should do so to the same inbox.
House of Lords
Finance Director, Fehintola Akinlose
House of Commons
Managing Director of Finance, Portfolio and Performance, Vicky Rock
The UK Parliament Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Policy and its Modern Slavery Statement for 2021/2022 are available here.
The UK Parliament procurement pipeline is a point-in-time view containing the potential contract opportunities which are greater than £2m in value over the next 24 months.
The procurement pipeline can be found here. Updates to, and iterations of, the pipeline will be provided every 6 months.
Standard Terms and Conditions
When a purchase order is used by the House of Commons and no other formal terms have been applied, UK Parliament's standard terms and conditions apply.