Contracts and procurement
We spend around £18m per year on goods and services, providing companies of all sizes with a range of opportunities. Financial responsibility for procuring goods and services has been developed to appropriate stakeholders within the force, but the procurement department is responsible for strategic procurement.
Our vision is to obtain value for money by procuring goods, services and works that will help to achieve our priorities and meet the needs of officers and staff.
How do we buy?
|Value of purchase||Action required|
|Below £1,000||Minimum of one quote|
|£1,000 to £29,999 or work contracts up to £49,999||Minimum of three quotes|
|£30,000 and above or work contracts over £50,000||Formal tender process|
For purchases or contracts over £30,000 and works contracts over £50,000
A tender process will start if there are no suitable existing contracts or framework agreements that are deemed to offer value for money. This will be carried out in line with Force Standing Orders on Contracts. Published tenders for goods and services with are advertised via sell2wales. To view contracts issued by Dyfed-Powys Police please click here.
Important Notice to Suppliers
Information relating to the provision and performance of contracts falls under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, and may be disclosed to third parties upon request in accordance with the terms of the act. Suppliers should ensure they are aware of the full implications of the act, which is retrospective to January 1, 2005.
Procurement and Contracts Manager
Phone: 01267 226540
Fax: 01267 226542