Scottish Government offers up £70m print and design contract

The Scottish Government is seeking a single group or consortium to provide design, print and publishing services to public bodies, local authorities, museums and universities across Scotland in a four-year contract worth up to £70 million.

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Source: Dave McLear

The selected group will provide services for more than 60 organisations across Scotland, including the Scottish Government Directorates, National Museums of Scotland, all Scottish councils and universities including Aberdeen, Glasgow and St Andrews.

The tender process is being managed by the Scottish Ministers acting through Scottish Procurement.

They are seeking to appoint a single company or a consortium of consultancies to the contract, which is worth £50 million-£70 million over four years.

The winning group will be asked to provide ‘a fully-managed and accessible publishing, print, design and associated service to be delivered on a 24/7 basis’.

This will include services such as design and artworking, illustration, photography and copywriting.

The deadline for receipt of tenders or requests to participate is 8 April. For more information visit ted.europa.eu.

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