South Yorkshire Police - Intention to Tender

20th September 2016

It is the intention of Yorkshire and Humber Police Procurement, on behalf of South Yorkshire Police, to undertake a tender exercise for the provision of a venue for Training courses with on site accommodation provision for Firearms Officers.

This project is to find a suitable venue for these courses to take place in South Yorkshire. We anticipate the opportunity to be published in November 2016. The opportunity will be advertised via our e-tendering web portal Bluelight, You will need to register your organisation , if you have not already, which is free to do, and you can do this by clicking on the 'New Supplier Registration' link on the left hand side and entering your company details. Once registered you can search for South Yorkshire Police opportunities and a large number of other Police Forces, including North Yorkshire, Humberside and West Yorkshire, the Police and Crime Commissioners and Fire & Rescue Services. You can also receive email notification of new tender opportunities issued by member authorities that match your capabilities. Should you be interested in tendering for this service please ensure you have registered to receive the notifications.

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