Crown Office Supplies

Provision of office stationery and supplies.

Updates

6/08/2019 – Update – The PIN for Office Supplies RM6059 (the replacement framework) is available to view via this link.

10/04/2019 – Update – This framework has been extended for another 12 months until 30/03/2020.

Description

This agreement has been designed to enable public sector customers to access all of their office supplies requirements via a single solution. It helps customers achieve savings by buying through a core list of standard specification products including:

  • Office stationery, such as pens, pencils, filing and presentation items
  • Office paper and board
  • Small office machines such as desktop printers, shredders, labelling machines and laminators
  • Electronic consumables such as ink and toner cartridges
  • Janitorial products such as washroom supplies, washing-up liquid and refuse sacks
  • Catering consumables.

This agreement complements the existing Wider Public Sector Office Supplies agreement – RM3703.

Call-off agreements until 30/03/2020.

Benefits

The agreement provides customers with a wide range of commercial benefits including:

  • Four delivery options
  • Quarterly reviews of available products
  • Quality, sustainable products that meet government buying standards
  • Choice of online ordering methods

Products and suppliers

There are 2 suppliers on this framework

Lot 1 : Office Supplies
Office stationery items such as pens, notebooks, rulers, etc. office and board paper. Filing & presentation items. Janitorial products such as washroom supplies and washing-up liquid. Refuse sacks and catering supplies, e.g. tea, coffee, milk, biscuits.

Expires:

1 suppliers

Lot 2 : Electronic Office Supplies
Small office machines, such as desktop printers, shredders, labelling machines and laminators. Electronic consumables, e.g. ink and toner cartridges.

Expires:

1 suppliers

How to buy

There is one supplier in each lot so you can place a direct award without the need to run a further competition

  1. Confirm that the specification of what you’re ordering (schedule 2) meets your requirement
  2. Confirm that one of the delivery options meets your needs
  3. Make sure that the terms of the agreement and call off terms do not require any amendments
  4. Complete and agree your call off contract with the supplier
  5. Confirm details of your call off contract with CCS.