The Procurement Partnership Limited (TPPL) has completed an OJEU tender on behalf and in conjunction with Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for Finance & Leasing, including fleet and accident management. The DPS provides contracting authorities with access to a range of market leading supplier for Operating Lease, Finance Lease, and Loans for a variety of assets. Fleet and accident Management are included under category 4 as standalone services for authorities.
Operating Lease – Including, but not limited to, operating leases (and any variation thereof, e.g. contract hire or sale and leaseback) for equipment and/or machinery with associated services in the following categories*
Finance Lease – Including, but not limited to, finance leases (and any variation thereof, e.g. sale and leaseback) for equipment and/or machinery within associated services in the following categories*
Including but not limited to, loan facilities for the acquisition of equipment and/or machinery in the following categories*
*Including but not limited to, facilities for the acquisition of equipment and/or machinery in the following categories:
Fleet management services, including but not limited to, fleet procurement, fleet funding, contract hire (with/without maintenance), grey fleet management, fleet software management, fleet insurance, rental, fuel cards, driver training, license checking, remarketing/disposal, maintenance management, and safety/risk management.
Accident management services including but not limited to, first notification of loss, client own damage claims, third-party intervention, third-party claims management, loss recovery, downtime management, uninsured loss recovery, access to national repair network, and online portal/systems for customers.
This comprehensive DPS is available to Local Authorities and the wider public/not-for-profit sector including:
The DPS provides access to 17 suppliers
Free, no-obligation membership and the very best value for money with preferential discount terms.
The Procurement Partnership can fully manage the customers further competition (call-off) process if required.
All suppliers and providers are ‘pre-qualified’ to confirm their general suitability.
Members do not need to run a full OJEU procurement if procuring via the framework agreement.