The council is a complex organisation delivering a diverse range of goods, works and services to the communities of the county borough.
We spend approximately £230m every year with third party providers, and we work hard to ensure that this procurement activity is not only aligned with the requirements of our communities, but also that the process is fair, transparent, and legally robust.
The document below provides details of all contracts awarded by the council from 1 April 2008.
Contracts awarded (PDF)
The document below provides details of all contracts and mini competitions awarded for all WHQS Frameworks and Lots.
Mini competition log (PDF)
Contractors appointed onto the Dynamic Purchasing System for the Provision of General Builders will be invited to participate in mini competitions.
List of contractors (PDF)
Dynamic Purchasing System
We have established a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of high quality and cost effective transport for the requirements of the Integrated Transport Unit. The requirements cover taxis, minibuses and wheelchair accessible vehicles.
The document below provides a detail of all DPS’s awarded by the council since July 2015.
Transport DPS - Mini Competition Log - Lot 1 (PDF)
Transport DPS - Mini Competition Log - Lot 2 (PDF)
Transport DPS - Mini Competition Log - Lot 3 (PDF)
School and college bus contracts
We have established a Multi-Provider Framework for the provision of high quality and cost effective transport for the requirements of the Integrated Transport Unit. The nature of the Framework is to provide designated Home to School/College Bus Contracts for service users who are in receipt of free transport.
The document below provides detail of all bus contracts awarded since the commencement of the arrangement 1 January 2015.
Transport Buses - Mini Competion Log (PDF)
EdTech Schools Programme
Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) - Provision of Education Technology and Associated Services
Caerphilly CBC, working in conjunction with the Welsh Government and all twenty-two local authorities in Wales, are leading on the development of a single procurement channel via a Dynamic Purchasing System ("DPS") for local authorities to purchase technology products and associated services on behalf of their schools.
Those suppliers appointed onto the DPS are invited to participate in mini competitions for their respective lot(s) as and when there are opportunities. The attached document lists the outcomes of the mini competitions and the Suppliers established on the DPS for their respective Lot.
If as a Supplier you are interested in applying to join the DPS or require any additional information, please contact email@example.com.