Supply of tyres, glass and fast fit solutions
Crown Commercial Service
Published date: 12 February 2021
Open opportunity – This means that the contract is currently active, and the buying department is looking for potential suppliers to fulfil the contract.

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Contract summary
• Spare parts for goods vehicles, vans and cars – 34330000
• Tyres for heavy/light-duty vehicles – 34350000
• Tyres for motorcycles – 34411200
Location of contract
United Kingdom, Isle of Man, Channel Islands
Value of contract
Procurement reference
Published date
12 February 2021
Closing date
18 March 2021
Closing time
Contract start date
26 August 2021
Contract end date
25 August 2025
Contract type
Supply contract
Procedure type
Open procedure (OJEU)
Contract is suitable for SMEs?
Contract is suitable for VCSEs?

Crown Commercial Service intends to undertake a tendering exercise to establish a framework agreement for use by UK central Government and wider public sector organisations for the supply and fit of tyres, glass and fast fit solutions. These bodies include, but are not limited to, central government departments and their agencies, non-departmental public bodies, devolved administrations, NHS bodies, local authorities, police, voluntary sector, charities and private sector organisations procuring on behalf of these bodies.

The lotting structure will be:
Lot 1 Supply and fit of tyres and associated products and services for Blue Light (emergency services) Buyers.
Lot 2 Supply, fit and management of tyres and associated products and services.
Lot 3 Supply, fit and repair of glass and associated products and services

More information
Linked Notice
·         1. Authorised Customer List RM6142.docx
·         Contract Notice
·         2. Contract Notice rights reserved for CCS RM6142 Framework Agreement.docx
·         Contract Notice
·         3. Contract Notice Transparency Information for CCS RM6142 Framework Agreement.docx
·         Contract Notice
·         Attachment 1 – About the Framework RM6142 v0.1.docx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 1a – Framework Schedule 1 (Specification) v0.1.docx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 2 – How to bid RM6142 v0.1.pdf
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 2a Selection Questionnaire v1.0.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 2b (i) – Evidence of Contract Example for Lot 2 v1.0.docx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 2b (ii) – Evidence of Contract Example for Lot 3 v1.0.docx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 3a -Pricing Matrix Lot 1 v1.0.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 3b -Pricing Matrix Lot 2 v1.0.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 3c -Pricing Matrix Lot 3 v1.0.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 4 Information and declaration workbook RM6142.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 5 Financial assessment template RM6142.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 6 Consortia details RM6142.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 7 Key subcontractor details RM6142.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 8 – Framework Contract Documents
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 9 Letter of intent to guarantee RM6142 v0.1.docx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 11 – Non Disclosure Agreement RM6142 v1.0.docx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 12 – Regions Lot 2 and Lot 3 RM6142 v0.1.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Attachment 10 Frequently Asked Questions RM6142v1.0.xlsx
·         Bidding documents
·         Contract Notice
Additional text
On 2 April 2014 Government introduced its Government Security Classifications (GSC) scheme which replaced Government Protective Marking Scheme (GPMS). A key aspect is the reduction in the number of security classifications used. All bidders should make themselves aware of the changes as it may impact this requirement. This link provides information on the GSC at:

Cyber Essentials is a mandatory requirement for Central Government contracts which involve handling personal information or provide certain ICT products/services. Government is taking steps to reduce the levels of cyber security risk in its supply chain through the Cyber Essentials scheme. The scheme defines a set of controls which, when implemented, will provide organisations with basic protection from the most prevalent forms of threat coming from the internet. To participate in this procurement, bidders must be able to demonstrate they comply with the technical requirements prescribed by Cyber Essentials, for services under and in connection with this procurement.
Please note:
All certificates issued prior to 1 April 2020 or before 30 June 2020 on the existing scheme are valid until 30 June 2021. This includes those issued by Accreditation Bodies other than IASME.
On 30 June 2021, any certificate issued under the old scheme will expire.
Refer to for more information.

CCS considers the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 will not apply at framework level. We encourage bidders to take their own advice on whether TUPE is likely to apply, in particular circumstances of the call-off contract and carry out due diligence accordingly.

Some purchases under this framework agreement may have requirements that can be met under this framework agreement but the purchase of which may be exempt from the Procurement Regulations (as defined in Attachment 1 – About the framework within the Invitation to Tender documentation). In such cases, call-offs from this framework will be unregulated.
Purchases for the purposes of the Procurement Regulations, and the buyers may, at
their discretion, modify the terms of the framework and any call-off contracts to
reflect that buyer’s specific needs.

Registering for access:
This procurement will be managed electronically via the eSourcing suite. This will be the route for sharing all information and communicating with bidders. If you have recently registered on the eSourcing suite for another CCS procurement you can use the same account for this new procurement. If not, you will first need to register your organisation on the portal.
Use the following link for information on how register and use the eSourcing tool:

How to apply
Follow the instructions given in the description or the more information section.

About the buyer
Contact name
The Minister for the Cabinet Office acting through Crown Commercial Service
9th Floor, The Capital, Old Hall Street
L3 9PP
+44 3450103503

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Closing: 18 March 2021, 3pm

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