Find MOD Contracts
The UK Ministry of Defence accounts for over 40% of all central government spend with industry. The Department has a diverse range of requirements, including everything from military fighting vehicles to facilities management. MOD customers include our Armed Forces and national security agencies.
The MOD buys a wide variety of goods, services and solutions, ranging from clothing and food to satellite communication systems; from construction of buildings to provision of staff; and from musical instruments to medical products and services.
Win MOD Contracts
In recent years, the MOD has implemented changes in its procurement strategy to access new technologies and broaden the supplier base with both SMEs and non-traditional defence suppliers.
With the introduction of its SME Action Plan, the Department is currently spending £835 million per annum directly with small and medium-sized businesses, a figure which does not include the many opportunities which lie indirectly within the supply chain.
Jim Carter, Commercial Director Supply Chain at the Ministry of Defence, has engaged with the MOD’s major suppliers and “asked them to report SME spend through their supply chain.” This is something the MOD will continue to do on an annual basis.
With new opportunities continuing to open up to SMEs in the defence marketplace, learn more about how your business can win more MOD contracts with defence intelligence.
How Much Does The MOD Spend?
- Technology: cloud and digital, network services, software and technology products and services.
- Equipment and support: ships, submarines, aircraft, vehicles, weapons, missiles, commodities and support (maintenance and repair).
- Infrastructure: construction, hard and soft facilities management, property consultancy.
Benefits Of Working With The MOD
Is your business already working with defence buyers and seeking to win more MOD contracts?
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Early engagement is crucial to winning MOD contracts – knowledge is power. DCI supplies users with a wide range of data and insight from market news through to spend data and advanced notice of framework renewals.
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Humanitarian Aid Tender Requirements
If a disaster was to occur, the Government will source goods and services from suppliers and in some cases, these tenders must meet certain requirements.
For example, the MOD will only work with organisations that have achieved Cyber Essentials certification, which the Government made a mandatory requirement from January 2016. All suppliers looking to do business in the defence sector should invest in this certification.
The UK government also has the right to expedite the procurement process in situations such as disasters where no formal bidding process may be required. The opportunity for suppliers is still great however as often the market is niche and the opportunity presented by DCI’s services allow business to expand globally.
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During a live, free demo of DCI a member of our team will show you the current humanitarian aid tenders that can be accessed via our website.
The DCI product is completely unique in the access it offers to the niche opportunities that are available in this sector.
Our team will also help you tailor your DCI profile to help you find, bid for and win humanitarian aid and international development tenders.