Resellers are being sought for two IT frameworks worth millions of pounds each.
One framework, managed by KCS, is worth up to £400m and caters for the procurement, refurbishment and disposal of hardware, including desktops, laptops, tablets, servers and storage.
Applications close on 18 September, with the four-year framework set to go live on 1 November 2020.
The framework will be split into four Lots: IT Hardware; Remanufactured IT Hardware; Refurbished IT Hardware; and IT Hardware Repair, Disposal and Recycling.
An unrelated networking framework, run by Crescent purchasing, is also up for grabs and valued at £40m.
The six Lots are: Servers and Associated Equipment; Enterprise Storage; Back up and Archiving; Networking Equipment and Services; Security Hardware; and Maintenance.
Contract notices are expected to be sent out in October, with the frameworks predecessor due to expire in January 2021, having gone live in 2017.
Suppliers on this iteration include CDW, CAE, Insight and Bechtle.
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