The Money and Pensions Service follows an ethical approach to purchasing the range of goods and services needed to meet the requirements of our customers.
We are committed to public sector best practice. In all commercial activity, The Money and Pensions Service pursues the highest standards of professionalism, ethical conduct and impartiality. Competitive processes are governed by EU law and UK legislation and conducted in accordance with the government procurement policy.
The Money and Pensions Service uses external suppliers for goods and services. Money and Pensions Service contracts are awarded by competition between potential suppliers, unless there are compelling reasons why competition cannot be used.
Use Contracts Finder to find Money and Pensions Service contract opportunities, including tender documents. Contracts Finder is the main source of government contracting opportunities worth more than £10,000.
When required, contracts in the relevant categories are also advertised in the Tenders Electronic Daily (TED), the supplement to the Official Journal of the European Community in line with the department’s obligation under EU Procurement Directives.
Some of our current opportunities can be found on our eTendering system, which we use to advertise tender opportunities and information on procurement projects. It provides a simple, secure and efficient means for managing tendering and quotation activities. The supplier self service portal can be found here.
For more information please contact our procurement team via email at Procurement.GMB@moneyadviceservice.org.uk