For the procurement of a national framework to supply, deliver and install furniture for Government Hub Programmes (inclusive of the Building our Future Locations Programme for HMRC). Furniture will include workstations, workstation chairs, storage, general sundries, conference furniture and collaboration / break-out furniture — this list at this stage is not exhaustive. The requirement will cover provision of furniture, its implementation, aftercare, specialist user requirements and post implementation /business as usual. The value of the framework is currently estimated to be from GBP 0 to GBP 100m.
To supply, deliver and install furniture and accessories for the HMRC Building our Future Programme for Croydon and Transitional Sites as part of the overall Government Hub Programme. Furniture will include task furniture such as workstations, workstation chairs, storage, monitor arms, desktop power modules and general sundries and loose furniture such as collaboration, break-out furniture, conference furniture and general sundries — the specification for which is included in the tender documents. The requirement will cover the supply and delivery of furniture, its implementation, post implementation activities such as training, guidance and transfer of knowledge on the correct operational use of the furniture, after-care of furniture and provision of identified specialist user requirements.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is the UK's tax and customs authority, responsible for making sure that the money is available to fund the UK's public services and for helping families and individuals with targeted financial support.
Through our customs service we facilitate legitimate trade and protect our economic, social and physical security.
The Building our Future Programme is overseeing the structural reorganisation of HMRC, which will see the current landscape of 170 offices reoriented into 13 big, modern Regional Centres, equipped with the digital infrastructure and training facilities needed to make HMRC a more highly-skilled organisation, fit for the demands of the 21st century, as part of the Government Hubs Programme.
The Government Hubs Programme will transform central government's office estate by accommodating departmental workforces in shared regional hubs and supporting office estate. The hubs will be where our future workforce needs to be: strategic locations with great public transport connectivity, local amenities and a modern working environment, including technology that supports smart working. They will be shared spaces where departments will be supported in attracting and retaining the talented individuals we need to deliver the best possible service to the public.
Croydon Regional Office is the first of 13 Regional Centres to be delivered throughout the UK over the 5 year Programme, replacing some 23 outdated and poorly located offices scattered across South East England with a single Grade A office building at a site that meets the core principles of the HMRC Locations Strategy. Staff will be drawn in from the full range of HMRC lines of business, alongside colleagues from the Valuation Office Agency.
Transitional Site — There is a requirement for a transitional site as a temporary home for teams who need to move out of Head Office and to give flexibility to support the move to the new Regional Centres.
HMRC is investigating the available options for the purchase of vehicle consumables to maintain the HMRC fleet of approximately 1900 vehicles. The primary purpose of this decision to purchase is to ensure that HMRC’s vehicles stay roadworthy, and to ensure the continued safety of HMRC staff. Examples of the vehicle consumables required are as follows; de-icer, screen wash and even tyre tread & pressure kits (For more information please see the attachment. We would also require that any supplier of these specialist goods will be able to do so on a nationwide basis covering HMRC sites across the UK. Aim / overall objective HMRC is seeking information which will allow us to make an informed choice about whether, and how, to proceed with a requirement for vehicle consumables. In particular, we would like to establish: • The number of companies in the market currently able to offer the necessary range of required vehicle consumables on a nationwide basis; • How the process for ordering specialist goods might be facilitated; • How potential business partners would facilitate delivery/collection of products ordered;