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A Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) allows a contracting authority to purchase goods, services and works for which they have a regular need, without having to carry out a full procurement process for each individual purchase. Procurement via DPS is intended for common use items that are generally available on the market and meet the contracting authority’s requirements.
A DPS is a two-stage process involving an initial procurement stage followed by individual call-off stages. DPS awards are conducted electronically and governed by the restricted procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, SI 2015/102, reg 28, subject to the additional rules specific to DPS under in PCR 2015, SI 2015/102, reg 34.
For background reading, see:
Q&A: What are the requirements for the award of a contract under a dynamic purchasing system under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015? In particular, what are the requirements applicable to the supplier when accepting an award?
Crown Commercial Service (CCS): Dynamic Purchasing System guidance
Awards of contracts under a DPS are governed by specific requirements of PCR 2015, SI 2015/102, reg 34.
PCR 2015, SI 2015/102, reg 34(21) sets out that where a contract is to be awarded under the DPS, the contracting authority is required to invite all admitted participants to submit a tender for each specific procurement under the DPS.
PCR 2015, SI 2015/102,
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