10th December 2020
Axis Wins Place on NHS Dynamic Purchasing System
Axis has been accepted onto the NHS Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for Minor Works and Maintenance to a maximum value of £1m working in the Greater London area.
The DPS is maintained by NHS London Procurement Partnership (LPP)
Acceptance on the Minor Works and Maintenance DPS provides Axis with exposure to all NHS and Public Sector contracting authorities that register to use the DPS for projects within our work category, location and contract value.
The initial duration of the Dynamic Purchasing System is 5 Years. Following the initial duration, the DPS may be extended for further periods to a maximum of 10 years.
Under the under the NHS Minor Works and Maintenance Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) as a result of a mini competition Axis secured two call off contracts with Surrey and Borders Partnership (SABP) NHS Foundation Trust. We’ll be providing roof works at Farnham Road Hospital in Kent in 2022.
Find out more about our Public Sector works here.
More about NHS London Procurement Partnership (LPP) members
NHS LPP develops and manages collaborative procurement projects on behalf of its membership which includes NHS Trusts (including PFI healthcare buildings and facilities), NHS Collaborative Procurement Organisations, Clinical Commissioning Groups, NHS England, NHS Property Services Ltd and other approved public sector organisations in the UK.
More about the NHS Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS)
Suppliers who are successful in securing a place on the DPS are entered onto a database maintained by LPP which the Contracting Authorities will access to source provision that meets their local business requirements. The NHS Dynamic Purchasing System is a completely electronic system established by a Contracting Authority to purchase commonly used goods, works or services. A DPS differs from a framework in that it is an ‘open market’ product designed to provide access to a pool of Suppliers where new Suppliers can join at any time.