The Principal Supply Chain Partners for ProCure22 invite Expressions of Interest for Recommended Agreements for this Framework on a supply only basis.

Categories for review are listed below:

  • Drylining
  • Fitted Furniture for Mental Health
  • Theatre Lighting
  • Wall & Door Protection

Please note your expression of interest does not guarantee you a place in any tender or pricing process, and may, dependant on package complexity lead to a request for information (RFI) which may be issued.

Expressions of interest are required by 4 July 2018.

Complete the EOI registration form: procure22.nhs.uk/supplier-eoi-registration

ProCure22 Framework (P22)

ProCure22 (P22) is a Construction Procurement Framework administrated by the Department of Health (DH) for the development and delivery of NHS and Social Care capital schemes in England. It is consistent with the requirements of Government Policy including the Productivity and Efficiency agenda; the Government Construction Strategy; the Public Contracts Regulations 2015; the National Audit Office guidance on use of centralised frameworks; and the Cabinet Office Common Minimum Standards for procurement of the Built Environment in the Public Sector.

P22 represents the third iteration of the DH Framework providing Design and Construction Services for use by the NHS and Social Care organisations for a range of works and services. P22 continues to build on the principles of its predecessors to streamline the procurement process and create an environment in which Clients, Principal Supply Chain Partners (PSCPs) and their supply chains develop stronger partnerships to drive increased efficiency and productivity whilst supporting enhanced clinical outputs for patients and improved environments for staff and visitors.

Efficiency and Productivity Programme (EPP)

The drivers now include not just the 2016 Government Construction Strategy, but also the Industrial Strategy: Construction 2025 and the Lord Carter Operational Productivity Review – Unwarranted Variations. Given this broader expectation, the work going forward to respond to these reviews by the ProCure22 framework will be known as the Efficiency and Productivity Programme (EPP).

The aims remain similar but are extended: to deliver Efficiency and Productivity whilst improving Patient outcomes across Health and Social Care, through development of evidence based Repeatable Arrangements and whole-life benefit Standard Components, and achieving Government Construction Strategy targets.

Standard Components Working Group (SCWG)

The working group is made up of the 6 PSCP’s and has the responsibility of reviewing current Standard Component Agreements for Repeatable Rooms, and renewing any existing Standard Component Proposals, as well as establishing further agreements which link in with the repeatable rooms and the overall client requirements for the Efficiency and Productivity Programme.

The ProCure22 framework is unable to provide commitment to the supplier of any guaranteed participation in the recommended agreements. These agreements are not mandatory.