Procurement

The University, having taken advice from Queen's Counsel, has reviewed its governance and income as stated in previous audited financial statements and determined that it is not a 'contracting authority' for the purposes of EU public procurement regime as implemented by the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended). This will apply from 1st August 2018.

It seeks to further grow student numbers in addition to building upon our renowned reputation for working with business in order to increase our income streams and research activity. We recognise that the Higher Education market is becoming much more competitive with much greater emphasis on student choice and that we need the staff, processes and systems to enable us to change and continually improve our performance to meet these evolving needs.

We recognise that our Procurement strategy is a key enabler in helping us to fulfil our Teesside 2020 ambitions and that the implementation of our Procurement Policy and procurement activities that will ensue from our Procurement Strategy will enable us to achieve competitive advantage through making best use of available resources in addition to helping us achieve wider social objectives e.g. carbon reduction, ethical sourcing and support for local industry.

If you are interested in learning more about what opportunities Teesside University have in place currently and for the future please visit our e-Procurement portal where all relevant opportunities are advertised.


Latest opportunities

18.23 - NHC Computers and Monitors

The contract is for the supply, installation and commissioning of 81 computers and 131 monitors.

The National Horizons Centre project is receiving up to £3.2m of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. The Department for Communities and Local Government (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) is the Managing Authority for European Regional Development Fund.

Established by the European Union, the European Regional Development Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support innovation, businesses, create jobs and local community regenerations.
Find out more

Deadline: 1 October 2018 5.00pm

 
European Union - European Regional Development Fund