We’re committed to reducing duplication in the pre-qualification process, and to ensure cross-industry standards we have collaborated with other industry accreditation schemes to agree standards required for specific work categories.
Our industry partners include:
Millstream’s services support public sector bodies seeking new suppliers and private sector suppliers seeking new contracts.
Tenders Direct (www.tendersdirect.co.uk) helps suppliers working in construction to locate relevant public sector opportunities – the portal offers an email alert service which ensures that you will never miss a public sector tender again.
myTenders (www.mytenders.org) enables public sector organisations to publish tenders online while meeting EU and UK legislative requirements. The portal allows management of the entire procurement process online including simultaneous publishing to OJEU and Contracts Finder.
Millstream’s Training and Consultancy (www.millstreamlearning.eu) enables buyers and suppliers to tender more successfully with a choice of training courses and bespoke consultancy support to meet individual needs.
In a world of bureaucracy, jargon and confusion Millstream brings clarity and simplicity to the procurement process. Whether you are a buyer or a supplier our range of procurement solutions can help you to achieve your business goals.
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Bibby Financial Services is a leading funding partner to over 7,000 businesses in the UK and the country’s largest independent invoice finance specialist. Through our network of 19 local offices we have advanced more than £24 billion since 2010, helping thousands of UK businesses to grow.
Formed in 1982, we were the first to offer specialist finance to the construction sector 10 years ago; we fund applications before they are certified and provide full, confidential credit control and sales ledger management services.
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The Supply Chain Sustainability School is a free, virtual learning environment that aims to help construction suppliers and sub-contractors develop their sustainability knowledge and competence. It was designed to help further address the challenges faced by the construction industry and to help its supply chain benefit from the many new opportunities that are emerging through sustainable business.
The School was founded by Skanska with support from Kier, Lend Lease, Morgan Sindall, Sir Robert McAlpine, Willmott Dixon and Aggregate Industries and represents a common approach to addressing sustainability within the supply chain.
Find out more at: www.supplychainschool.co.uk
The NFB represents some 1,500 builders and contractors across England and Wales. In addition to providing specialist advice and business services, the Federation, with a network of seven regional offices, lobbies local, national and European government on a range of issues to sustain positive trading conditions for members.
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