Collaborative Procurement focuses on aggregating demand and standardising procurement requirements across all the Site Licence Companies (SLCs) and other participating entities within the NDA estate, with the objective of delivering value to the NDA estate and providing attractive opportunities to the Supply Chain.
In the 2008/2009 financial year the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) and the SLCs established a Collaborative Procurement (CP) initiative focusing on aggregating demand in commodities and medium complexity services. In consequence a number of CP Framework Agreements were placed covering a range of Business Services and consumables, which have delivered savings and other benefits to the SLCs and the suppliers. NDA and the SLCs have built on this early success by increasing the scope of the CP programme. The current value of the CP programme is approximately £2.5bn across the NDA estate.
The Collaborative Procurement Plan
The Collaborative Procurement Plan gives details of recently awarded and forthcoming Collaborative Procurements across the SLCs. The plan is split into 3 sections:
- Pre Programme Scoping: New additions to the programme and still in the scoping stage
- Live CP Programme: Collaborative Procurements that are at the pre-contract stage
- Contract Management: Collaborative Procurements that have been awarded and are in the execution stage. The end dates of these contracts are shown.
Note: The Collaborative Procurement Plan is updated on a monthly basis, therefore the information contained within the Collaborative Procurement Plan is intended as a guide for forthcoming procurements only, as the dates shown may be subject to change.
To see the latest Collaborative Procurement Plan click on the link below, navigate towards the bottom of that page and click on the link where it says
"A copy of the latest plan is available here"