If you wish to win Agency Staffing or Social and Health sector contracts and tenders you need perseverance and stamina to achieve success – read on about five new contract wins this week and new challenges to win yet more.
Camden Council has awarded our client two social care contracts, for support with daily activities and for reablement, in a process that started last December. We have supported them through the PQQ selection, helped create high scoring method statements, assisted with formal presentations and post-tender pricing discussions around the London Living Wage. It has been a long haul but with only ten slots for winners on these £7.5m p.a. contracts our client is pleased to have won two slots.
Belfast City Council agency staffing contract worth £4-5m p.a. for a single supplier rumbles onwards. We have helped our client from initial negotiations to alter procurement bidding criteria, through the PQQ, and finally to tender submission. Now we have the final push over the next few months to deal with any further challenges posed by the City Council.
Newham Council has moved to a new Dynamic Purchasing System for SEN and Disabled Support Services for Children and Young People. Our clients were facing this type of tendering for the first time yet with our input on creating targeted proposals they sailed through on their first attempt.
A regional agency staffing group in England has called on our services to give a boost to their tender win rate. Input with their experienced contract bidding team has started so we expect to start seeing improved results very soon.
Camden Council again, they have been very busy, have awarded our clients two contracts for the provision of services in the community to support complex and challenging needs.
With some bid processes lasting almost a year we help our clients keep the focus needed to achieve success by providing a flexible and specialised resource to increase win rates without relying on low prices. Get in touch to discuss what business your company wants to win.