The Government has published the Animal Welfare (Licensing of Activities Involving Animals) (England)Regulations 2018 under section 13 of the Animal Welfare Act 2006. The effect of the new regulations is to replace some existing licensing regimes and to put in place a new licensing regime to control certain licensed animal activities.
We provide a wide range of services from general purchasing guidance to specific advice on European directives and national legislation to managing complex tender processes.
In addition to providing these services to internal users at Maidstone, we have worked extensively for other authorities, both as direct commissions or in the form of joint collaboration projects (where two or more authorities have jointly gone to the market for goods or services).
Not all authorities have the same requirements or priorities or for that matter contract procedure rules, and the team is experienced at ensuring that any work is done in compliance with client requirements whilst introducing where appropriate good procurement practice.
Service providers now tend to have a greater understanding of how to respond to local authority opportunities, however procurement practices and what information local authorities are looking for is constantly evolving. It is important that potential service providers interpret precisely what the authority requires and structures its proposal to gain the highest possible score in the evaluation process.
Often tender responses are well put together but miss the key points that the authority is looking for. We can assist your bid team in these aspects. Email email@example.com for more information.
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