Cornwall Council Framework Agreement

Cornwall New County Hall Council, Treyew Road Visit of: Steve Murley TR1 3AY Truro United Kingdom Phone: +44 1872323057 Email: smurley@cornwall.gov.uk Email Contract Management: contractmanagement@cornwall.gov.uk Figures should cover (unless otherwise stated) the period from 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015. 1) Net budget of the Council. 2. The total value of the goods and services that the Commission has acquired from third parties. and (3) the total value of goods and services purchased by the Third Party Council acquired by the Council under a contract, whether agreed by the Council independently or through cooperation with another Council or through participation in a contract for an executive. Total number of contracts awarded by the Council. (5) Total number of procurements by the Commission challenged by an unsuccessful bidder. 6. The percentage savings (comparison of the new contract price with the old contract price) is estimated in the top 5 (total expenses expected during the term of the contract) contracts awarded by the Commission between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2015. 7. The total number of contracts the Commission entered into as at 31 March 2015. 8. The total number of contracts concluded by the Council as at 31 March 2015 with improvement clauses in progress (performance improvement during the term of the contract or reduced prices).

9. The total number of contracts that the Council has concluded at 31 Formal contract management is considered a regular, recorded and communicated process to verify progress, problems, performance, expenses and results, including corrective actions related to contractual conditions by a responsible person or active persons or teams). 10. The total number of suppliers contracted to the Council on 31 March 2015 with partnership agreements (a partnership is defined as when the Council and an identified supplier develop a close and long-term relationship, governed by an agreement in which both common objectives are pursued and if there are common objectives of success and a high degree of targeted cooperation; to maintain a business relationship over time). Tenderers nominated for the framework may be invited to provide construction and services to all 100% Council divisions and undertakings and, possibly, to other public bodies (“other organisations”) in Cornwall, in the geographical area of Cornwall and Plymouth, as set out in the Notice of the Official Journal of the European Union and Annex 12 to the Framework Agreement. Dear Cornwall Council, please provide me with the following statistics for your advice for goods and services, where `goods` are material products such as pens or computers, commonly known as supplies; “works”: “construction or demolition of buildings, residential or not, repair of the structure of such buildings, construction of roads, bridges, tunnels and installation of gas, electricity and sanitation services” and “services” are the supply of an intangible product such as the maintenance or collection of household waste, whether carried out indoors or outdoors.

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