Supporting the successful delivery of procurements across the MOD since 2001
Commerce Decisions provides the AWARD® strategic procurement solution and expert services to support the effective planning, preparation and execution of procurements
We have a long and highly successful relationship with the MOD, beginning with the first deployment of AWARD® in 2001. AWARD® and our services have subsequently been widely adopted across MOD and a corporate license was put in place in 2013.
We work alongside the MOD to maximise efficiencies and standardise procurement processes across the organisation. Since 2001, we’ve supported thousands of MOD users on many projects:
We work across the MOD
Work with us – what to expect
Established team of experts
Commerce Decisions deploys dedicated account management, consultancy and support teams with in-depth knowledge of the MOD and its processes. The teams provide a continuous programme of education and process improvement across MOD sites.
Webinars and roadshows
We run a range of complimentary training throughout the year, exclusively for the UK MOD, as part of our ongoing corporate agreement. These include Principles of Tender Evaluation, Weighting Methodologies and Introduction to AWARD® webinars as well as regular roadshows at Abbey Wood. In addition, we run Structured Criteria Development, evaluation strategy planning, COEIA/Options Analysis support, project specific support and bespoke training across the MOD.
What our clients say
Our software and consultancy are used across a range of projects including the procurement of defence equipment, service and support contracts, construction projects, PFI/PPP programmes, IT and communication systems.
Ben Burnip, Assistant Head Commercial, Project Hestia
Hestia is the Ministry of Defence’s £1.2 billion programme to harmonise the provision of soft facilities management across the UK Defence estate.
Steve O’Leary, Programme Manager, Civilian Platforms, Service Provision Project Team, DE&S
Project Phoenix was delivered and is now managed by Service Provision Project Team which sits within General Support Group in the Land Equipment Operating Centre
Marshall Project Team
Project Marshall is the key air traffic management programme for the MOD. The project will provide the capability to support UK military flying and air deployed operations over a 22-year period.
Lt Col Mark Beardsell, Food Supply Contract Team Leader
This Food Supply Contract was a five-year contract worth approximately £300m with an option for two 2-year extensions.