Office Solutions

A Tender Notice

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Framework (Supply)
3 year
04 Dec 2023
To 14 Jan 2027 (est.)
15 Jan 2024 15:00




Geochart for 2 buyers and 0 suppliers


Crown Commercial Service (CCS) is seeking to establish a framework contract with suppliers for the provision of office stationery supplies and electronic office supplies. The supplier shall be required to provide the deliverables (e.g.good and services) to all public sector organisations throughout the United Kingdom including but not limited to; office stationery facility peripherals (janitorial/cleaning products) paper and paper based products electronic office supplies (EOS) office furniture ergonomic products catering products This new Framework contract will be for a period of 36 months with an option to extend for one further 12 (twelve) month period.

Lot Division

1 Office Stationery and Electronic Office Supplies (EOS) (Multi Supplier)
  • Value: £300M

All office solutions products, including stationery and EOS. This is a multi Supplier Lot.

2 Electronic Office Supplies (EOS) Multi Supplier
  • Value: £100M

Electronic Office Supplies (EOS only). This is a multi supplier Lot.

Award Criteria

Quality 40.0
Price 60.0
PRICE 60.0

CPV Codes

  • 30000000 - Office and computing machinery, equipment and supplies except furniture and software packages
  • 22111000 - School books
  • 22600000 - Ink
  • 22610000 - Printing ink
  • 22830000 - Exercise books
  • 22832000 - Exercise papers
  • 30100000 - Office machinery, equipment and supplies except computers, printers and furniture
  • 30125000 - Parts and accessories of photocopying apparatus
  • 30125100 - Toner cartridges
  • 30125110 - Toner for laser printers/fax machines
  • 30125120 - Toner for photocopiers
  • 30125130 - Toner for data-processing and research and documentation centres
  • 30190000 - Various office equipment and supplies
  • 30192000 - Office supplies
  • 30192113 - Ink cartridges
  • 30192700 - Stationery
  • 30197000 - Small office equipment
  • 30197600 - Processed paper and paperboard
  • 30197642 - Photocopier paper and xerographic paper
  • 30197643 - Photocopier paper
  • 30199000 - Paper stationery and other items
  • 30199230 - Envelopes
  • 30199710 - Printed envelopes
  • 30230000 - Computer-related equipment
  • 30234000 - Storage media
  • 30237200 - Computer accessories
  • 33141623 - First-aid boxes
  • 37800000 - Handicraft and art supplies
  • 38112100 - Global navigation and positioning systems (GPS or equivalent)
  • 38650000 - Photographic equipment
  • 39113700 - Footrests
  • 39130000 - Office furniture
  • 39162000 - Educational equipment
  • 39162110 - Teaching supplies
  • 39220000 - Kitchen equipment, household and domestic items and catering supplies
  • 39800000 - Cleaning and polishing products


  • An E-Auction may be used.
  • Restrictions apply to the lot award allocation.
  • Bids should cover one or more lots.
  • Bids should cover the whole contract.
  • Renewals are available.
  • Professional qualifications are sought.
  • Award on basis of price.

Other Information

The new Framework contract will be split into 2 Lots as follows: Lot 1 - Office Stationery and Electronic Office Supplies (EOS) (Multi Supplier) Lot 2 - Electronic Office Supplies (EOS) (Multi Supplier) This Framework is to replace the current RM6059 Office Supplies framework, which has two single supplier lots and one multi-supplier lot offering a product range similar to the above. The full specification is set out in Framework Schedule 1 (Specification). As part of this contract notice the following documents can be accessed at: 1) Contract notice transparency information for the agreement; 2) Contract notice authorised customer list; 3) Rights reserved for CCS framework. The Government Security Classifications (GSC) Policy came into force on 2 April 2014 and describes how HM Government classifies information assets to ensure they are appropriately protected. It applies to all information that the Government collects, stores, processes, generates or shares to deliver services and conduct business. 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, or the accepted equivalent for this procurement, as stated in the Attachment 2a Selection Questionnaire. Refer to for more information. 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: For assistance please contact the eSourcing Help Desk operated by email at or call 0345 410 2222.