By Sarah Garnett
15th Feb 2019
Should you wish to have your new catering service in place at the start of the new academic year, now is the time to start the procurement process as appointing a new catering provider will take at least three months.
Using the Outsourced Catering Services framework will help you to appoint a fresh new catering provider who will provide value for money and improved food choices for your students.
The framework is designed for the education sector and it has a nine-step user guide and templates to help you to complete a mini-competition exercise that is fully compliant with EU Regulations. The CPC team offer contract management advice, guidance and support to all members that use the framework.
Learn more about using CPC’s Outsourced Catering Services framework and start using it today by visiting the framework web page.
Should you require any further information or have any questions please contact Senior Contracts & Procurement Officer Sarah Garnett via email [email protected] or on 0161 823 0572.
Would you like the mini-competition running for you?
Our sister company Tenet Education Services can run a catering mini-competition on your behalf. Tenet have a record of success in saving institutions money and significantly improving their services. Tenet’s dedicated team of catering specialists and procurement experts have extensive experience in improving poor-performing operations and turning loss into profit.