This framework agreement covers both the supply and supply and installation of equipment and is split into 2 lots as follows:
Lot 1 – Audio Visual – Supply of Equipment includes but is not limited to the following scope: Supply and Delivery of Data Projectors and Lamps, Display Screens, Projector Screens, Portable Screen Mounts / Trolleys, White Boards, Media Switchers / Scalers / Distribution Equipment, HDMI Extenders, Amplifiers, Visualisers, Collaboration Systems, Video Distribution Equipment, DVD / Blu-Ray Players, Camcorders, Speakers, Microphones, Digital Signage, Video Conference Systems, Lecture Capture Systems, Network Cameras, AV over IP Devices, Bring Your Own Devices / Collaboration Systems, AV Furniture, Audio Visual Fixtures, Fittings, and Cables.
Lot 2 – Audio Visual - Supply of Equipment and Installation Services includes but is not limited to the following scope: Supply, delivery and installation of Data Projectors and Lamps, Display Screens, Projector Screens, Portable Screen Mounts / Trolleys, White Boards, Media Switchers / Scalers / Distribution Equipment, HDMI Extenders, Amplifiers, Visualisers, Collaboration Systems, Video Distribution Equipment, DVD / Blu-Ray Players, Camcorders, Speakers, Microphones, Digital Signage, Video Conference Systems, Lecture Capture Systems, Network Cameras, AV over IP Devices, Bring Your Own Devices / Collaboration Systems, AV Furniture, Audio Visual Fixtures and Fittings, and Cables. Servicing and Maintenance of Audio-Visual Equipment and Systems including both proactive and reactive services and fixed contract maintenance agreements, Programming, Training, Installation Services, De-Installation, Consultancy, Design and Associated Services.
The Department for Education (DfE) recommend this framework to Schools and Academies.
Furness College saved time and money using CPC’s Audiovisual framework and Quote Tool
Furness College saved time and money in their first time using CPC's Audiovisual framework and Quote Tool
|Lot 1: Audiovisual - Supply of Equipment||6||View Suppliers|
|Lot 2: Audiovisual - Supply of Equipment and Installation Services||8||View Suppliers|
Full details can be found in the user guide, for ease of use a desktop calculator and a mini competition calculator is available along with the option to undertake a full further competition
If you require support in running a further competition via this framework, Tenet Services can help. Tenet offer a nationwide service specialising in assisting education establishments to complete further competitions.
Tenet are part of the Crescent Purchasing Group of Companies and operate on a not-for-profit basis.
The CPC Quote Tool is free to use for all our members and offers quick, compliant access to all suppliers on our frameworks for purchases that fall below £213,477.
"The Quote Tool was easy to use and time saving, resulting in a straightforward process where we just had to put the details in once and could then use the reputable suppliers already recommended."
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The following documents are associated with this framework. Some are required for successful use of the framework and are clearly marked.
|User Guide||this is required reading if you are considering using this framework. It tells you everything you need to know about the panel of providers, eligibility, running the mini-competition process, and evaluating bids.||Yes||Download|
|Model Contract for the Purchase of Goods Lot 1||The Call Off terms between the member and supplier that govern the contract.||Download|
|Model Contract for the Purchase of Goods and Services Lot 2||The Call Off terms between the member and supplier that govern the contract.||Download|
|Full mini competition template||A CPC template which can be used to carry out a mini / further competition if you wish.||Yes||Download|
|Mini competition template with calculator||A CPC template which can be used to carry out a mini / further competition when using the mini competition calculator. Using this process the scoring for the award criteria other than pricing is brought forward from framework level.||Yes||Download|
|Mini Competition Calculator||The attached spreadsheet should assit you running a mini competition, should you not wish to re-evaluate the customer requirements and technical award criteria. It is recommended this mini competition calculator is used alongside the Mini Competition template – with calculator document above.||Yes||Download|
|Desktop Calculator||For a desktop exercise to indentify a preferred supplier using the direct award route to market.||Yes||Download|
|Mini Competition Checklist||It is recommended that members utilise this checklist when undertaking a mini-competition process to maximise the likelihood of obtaining a satisfactory quantity and quality of bid responses from suppliers||Yes||Download|
|Pre Tender Supplier Engagement Warm Up Letter||The aim of this template letter is to let suppliers know further in advance of potential requirements and allow for market engagement to encourage a greater number of suppliers returns for your requirement.||Download|