Procurement for the GLA is managed by Transport for London
All TfL procurement policy documents will apply to the GLA, with the exception of the Purchase Order Conditions of Contract and the Standard Services Contract.
Terms and conditions for the GLA’s purchase of supplies, services and/or works may vary from case to case. However, the standard GLA Purchase Order Conditions of Contract will apply unless a contract has been agreed and signed separately:
- Standard GLA Purchase Order Conditions of Contract (1 page, 2 column text) PDF
- Standard GLA Purchase Order Conditions of Contract PDF
- Standard GLA Purchase Order Conditions of Contract RTF
For general information about procurement for the GLA please contact the TfL Procurement Team:
Telephone: 0343 222 5100
Contracts and Funding Code
The Contracts and Funding Code details how the Mayor, Elected Members and Officers must ensure that they can account clearly for expenditure and that the money is spent effectively, efficiently and in accordance with the GLA’s legal powers, duties and governance framework.
The Contracts and Funding Code is available via the GLA procedures page.
Transparency: Details of existing GLA commercial contracts
A list of the GLA’s commercial contracts is accessible from TfL's ‘Financial transparency’ page. The register includes the vendor name, contract value and end date.
There are a number of web sites that the GLA, TfL and other public sector organisations use to advertise contracts in line with our standard procurement procedures. A few of those are listed below.
www.supply2.gov.uk - the national lower-value contract opportunity portal run by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS).
www.competefor.com - a free service that enables businesses to compete for contract opportunities linked to the London 2012 Games and other major public and private sector buying organisations.
www.ted.europa.eu - TED (Tenders Electronic Daily) is the online version of the 'Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union', dedicated to European public procurement. TED provides free access to business opportunities across the European Union, the European Economic Area and beyond.
Social and environmental objectives, managed under the banner of Responsible Procurement, are essential in ensuring best value in procurement across the GLA Group. Further information on Responsible Procurement best practice and how it can help your business is available on the GLA Group Responsible Procurement website.