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Dissolution of Parliament

The dissolution of Parliament took place on Thursday 30 May 2024. All business in the House of Commons and House of Lords has come to an end. There are currently no MPs and every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 4 July 2024.

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Expressions of interest and current tenders

PCD uses an e-tendering portal to manage its procurement exercises. We are in the process of moving from our current portal, hosted by In-Tend, to our new portal, hosted by Atamis. We expect to begin advertising opportunities on Atamis in Spring 2024, so recommend that you register with Atamis at your earliest convenience to ensure you can continue to express an interest and view the associated tender documents.

We will continue to use In-Tend to complete all in-flight competitions, with the final exercises completing in Summer 2024. For help accessing your In-Tend account, please email pcd@parliament.uk.

Registering on either of the PCD e-tendering portals does not mean you are a supplier to UK Parliament or either House (Commons or Lords).

 

Current tenders

Log into the Atamis portal to see opportunities which are currently being openly advertised. Tenders advertised on this page will always be advertised on Contracts Finder and on FTS when the contract value is above the relevant threshold as set out in the Public Contract Regulations. Suppliers must be logged into the portal in order to express their interest in a tender and view the tender documents available.

Not all tenders are required to be advertised openly via Contracts Finder and/or FTS. This might be because the tender is below a certain value or a competitive tendering process is being run via a Framework Agreement. PCD utilises both internal (established by PCD) and external (established by another body such as the Crown Commercial Service) framework agreements. This enables us to let value for money contracts in an efficient manner and in line with the Public Contract Regulations.

Companies who are interested in bidding for UK Parliament contracts should monitor Contracts Finder and FTS notices for opportunities. Promotional e-mails received by PCD will be passed on to a specific procurement lead or department if they are deemed to be relevant.

 

Contact Us

Contact Us

Parliamentary Commercial Directorate (PCD)

3/64VS UK Parliament

London SW1A 0AA

email: pcd@parliament.uk

Tel: 020 7219 1600