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October 1, 2021

ResearchWire: Top 25 Contracts September

  • Narrowing the top 25 public sector contract awards from the above time range, the most common value band for opportunities is found across both the £1m – £10m and £10m – £50m ranges, accounting for 68% percent of the top 25 contracts
  • The total and average value of the top contracts, following months of decline, has displayed significant signs of improvement, rising by a total value of just over £1.5bn, while the average contract value crept up by £60m to £90.2m, this figure will likely continue to rise over the following months, with rising averages across the top 25 tenders indicating economic recovery
  • Both the total and average contract values benefited from a series of high-value contracts ranging from network and telecommunications, the provision of building and facilities management services, real estate services and public security services
  • Crown Commercial Service was the biggest spending public sector organisation across the top 25 contracts this month, with all that spending going into a single agreement with various suppliers for the real estate services, worth £200m, closely followed by the Scottish Government with a spending of £432m

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