As a supplier you will need to register on TED (Tender Electronic Daily) this is the online version of the ‘Supplement to the Official Journal’ of the EU, dedicated to European public procurement.
TED provides free access to business opportunities from the European Union, the European Economic Area and beyond. You can browse, search and sort procurement notices by country, region, business sector and more.
Crown Commercial Services
See the Crown Commercial Service guide for potential suppliers of goods and services to the public sector. It includes guidance on how to find and respond to tender opportunities for suppliers of all sizes, including small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
See How to become an ESPO Supplier pages on the ESPO website, including a section on supporting SMEs.
See the Suppliers to YPO pages.
Contracts Finder lets you search for information about contracts worth over £10,000 with the government and its agencies.
The tendering section on the GOV.UK website, offers advice about opportunities for your business to provide goods and or services to the wider public sector, either through a direct contract or by becoming a sub-contractor.
This is an online marketplace for low value, less complex products and services where public sector customers can request a quote and buy through electronic catalogues. The marketplace enables you to promote your capability to supply certain goods and services on a national or regional basis without the need to go through a tender process.
Government eMarketplace WEBSITE
Suppliers should also register on the website called Government Opportunities at
Government Opportunities is the essential intelligence hub for all involved in buying for and supplying to the public sector.
Government Opportunities (GO) provides unrivalled insight into the constantly changing world of public procurement, public finance and public service delivery. It aims to provide anyone buying for or supplying to the public sector with the latest news, views, information and analysis of this multibillion-pound marketplace.
Contacting suppliers on the Framework agreement
Another way for suppliers to get onto a supply chain for a main supplier within a Framework agreement is to contact the main suppliers on the frameworks and negotiate with them to become a Tier One or Two supplier to them. All the frameworks will have a website with the details of the suppliers and usually their contact details