Vehicle Lease, Fleet Management & Salary Sacrifice

Summary

Central government and wider public sector (WPS) customers can lease passenger vehicles and light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles. Also includes fleet management services such as vehicle sourcing and management of buyers own fleet.

Description

You will be able to access vehicle leasing, and fleet management services through direct award and further competition.

You can access quotes for leasing standard passenger vehicles and vans through our fleet portal.

You will be able to lease the full range of vehicles available from vehicle manufacturers. This will include electric vehicles and converted and specialist vehicles.

The scope of fleet management services will include:

  • sourcing vehicles that are either leased, purchased or hired on behalf of a buyer
  • managing a buyers own fleet and all services associated with running a fleet such as:
    • managing the servicing maintenance and repair of vehicles
    • fleet administration tasks
    • support with creating a fleet policy
    • support to transition to low emission vehicles
    • driver training and risk assessment services

This agreement will provide vehicle salary sacrifice schemes. Buyers will be able to specify their individual needs for a scheme, for example a green or low emissions vehicles only scheme.

This will be a 4 year agreement with no option to extend.

Customer engagement

We started customer engagement in October 2021. To get involved or to share your feedback, email the team.

Supplier engagement

We started supplier engagement in September 2021 and published the Prior Information Notice (PIN) on 29 November 2021.

We held a virtual supplier industry day on the 14 December 2021. Read the industry day presentation slides.

As part of the pre-tender engagement and to help inform the final drafting for publication, we are inviting suppliers to give feedback on the proposed:

To provide feedback, complete our supplier feedback template.

You will need to email the completed template to the team by Monday 21 February 2022.

You should return your responses as soon as possible to ensure that we have enough time to follow up with any issues. If you think it will take until the deadline to fully review the core terms, it would be helpful if you could submit your responses in stages so we can start working through them.

Important links

Prior Information Notice (PIN) Read PIN
Contract Notice in Find a Tender Service (FTS) Not available yet
Tender documents Not available yet

Timeline

Activity Estimated dates
Pre-market engagement September 2021 to April 2022
Drafting of procurement documents April 2022 to June/July 2022
Publication of FTS notice June/July 2022
Framework award January 2023