GPA has launched a competition to appoint a new strategic partner for property and financial services
The Government Property Agency (GPA) has launched a competition to appoint a new strategic partner for property and financial services. The new property partner contract is aligned to the GPA’s current and future needs and will deliver improved tax-payer value, enhanced satisfaction across GPA’s clients and social value.
The new contract will be for an initial three-year term, with the option to extend for up to an additional four years. It will be procured via the Crown Commercial Services Estates Management Services framework (RM 6168).
Service requirements include outstanding client satisfaction, high quality data provision, a commitment to Net Zero and improvements in corporate real estate management. The new strategic supplier will be a partner in GPA’s continued growth and will deliver high quality property and financial management services.
Alan Whitelaw, Property Director at the GPA said: “We have taken lessons learnt from our previous contracts as well as feedback from the market to improve how we procure services.
“We want to attract best-in-class service providers to ensure we continue to deliver a transformed, shared, sustainable and value for money government estate which supports civil servants to work productively in every nation and region of the UK.”
The GPA is an Executive Agency of the Cabinet Office, and is the delivery body of the Government’s property strategy for its office and warehouse portfolios. It plays a crucial role in delivering the property elements of the Government’s Levelling Up agenda, Net Zero initiative and the Civil Service Reform. This includes our Whitehall Campus, Government Hubs and Smarter Working programmes.
Find out more about the Government Property Agency here.
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