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Prisons: Contracts

Question for Ministry of Justice

UIN 131646, tabled on 8 March 2018

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what the (a) names of providers and (b) value of each of the bids was of tenders submitted for (a) lot 1, (b) lot 2, (c) lot 3 and (d) lot 4 for the prison facilities management contracts awarded in 2014.

Answered on

13 March 2018

The names of providers who submitted tenders are as follows:

Lot 1

Lot 2

Lot 3

Lot 4

Regions

North East, North West, Yorkshire and Humberside

East Midlands, West Midlands, Wales

East of England, London

South West, South Central, Kent and Sussex

Successful bidder

Amey

Amey

Carillion

Carillion

Unsuccessful bidders

Mitie, Sodexo, Carillion

Mitie, Sodexo, Carillion

Mitie, Sodexo, Amey

Mitie, Sodexo, Amey

All Tender prices were entered into a permutation table which calculated the most economically advantageous submission for each Package Order or combination of Package Orders. The most economically advantageous permutation of tenders are as follows:

Package Order E: £117,861,047 (Amey)

Package Order F: £ 93,429,773 (Amey)

Package Order G: £ 98,790,002 (Carillion)

Package Order H: £ 100,195,572 (Carillion)

The Department does not publish the value of unsuccessful bidders due to commercial sensitivity.

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