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Suffolk County Council


Suffolk County Council

Suffolk County Council spends over £470 million each year on a wide range of supplies and services which support the delivery of services to the people of Suffolk.

The Council is responsible for major services which are provided countywide and use a variety of suppliers and service providers to assist in the provision of these services.

Services provided by the Council include:

  • Business and trading standards: enforcing fair trading laws, protecting consumers and giving advice.
  • Education and learning: schools, evening classes for adults, youth clubs and higher education grants.
  • Environment: conservation of the countryside and public access to it, and waste disposal.
  • Leisure and culture: archives and support for arts and museums.
  • Public safety: firefighting, rescue and emergency services, safety advice.
  • Registration of births, marriages and deaths.
  • Social care: care for older people who are physically or mentally infirm, or have a mental health problem, those with physical or learning disabilities and children and families who need protection and support.
  • Transport and environment: maintaining Suffolk's roads, footpaths and public rights of way, public transport co-ordination, waste disposal, conservation of and access to the countryside
Suffolk County Council

Suffolk County Councils tender and quotation opportunities are advertised through this Suffolk Sourcing portal, giving suppliers instant access to tender opportunities and requests for quotations, and also through our @SuffolkSourcing Twitter feed.

Please register via the link at the top of this page to be alerted of any future opportunities to work with the council.

Further information on doing business with the Council and our procurement policies can be found at:
https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/business-jobs-and-careers/tenders-and-supplying-us/