2 edition of Compulsory competitive tendering in local authority housing management found in the catalog.
Compulsory competitive tendering in local authority housing management
Great Britain. Scottish Office Environment Department.
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This section of the web site is intended to help interested parties in doing business with the Bristol Housing Authority (BHA). The fundamental goals of BHA's procurement system is to acquire services, supplies, equipment and construction at the most efficient cost, quality and time of delivered product or service level while complying with all. Compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) of sport and leisure management in the late s and s marked a decisive break with the traditional ‘municipal’ models of provision. CCT affected only parts of the. sector,mainly leisure managementand. parks maintenance. CCT brought about the separation of ’client‘ and ’contractor’File Size: 1MB.
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Local authority experience of compulsory competitive tendering Downloads A new study by Nirmala Rao and Ken Young considers the impact of enforced competition upon local authorities and finds that it has propelled authorities into a period of far- reaching change in management processes, manager behaviour and organisational 'culture'.
One of the most significant developments affecting local government in the past fifteen years has been the imposition of compulsory competitive tendering. Initially compulsory competitive tendering (CCT), as imposed by the local Government, Planning and Land Actonly affected the ability of local authorities to perform construction and maintenance work via their Direct Labour Organisations.
The term compulsory competitive tendering was superseded in by best value. Labour's Best Value proved more difficult to define. The notion of Best Value prior to implementation was enshrined within one key consultation document: Modernising Local Government — Improving local services through best value (DETR a).
Through the Local Government Planning and Land Act () and the Local Government Act (), local authorities have been re-quired to subject more and more of their services to competitive tendering.
Services identified for this compulsory competitive ten-dering (CCT) may be carried out by a local authority’s own em-File Size: 36KB. CCT - Compulsory Competitive Tendering. Looking for abbreviations of CCT. It is Compulsory Competitive Tendering. Compulsory Competitive Tendering listed as CCT departments and equal opportunities units have far less influence over DSOs than they had over the more homogenous local authority workforces of Compulsory competitive tendering in local authority housing management book past.
Compulsory Competitive. PINCH P. and PATTERSON A. () Public sector restructuring and regional development: the impact of compulsory competitive tendering in the UK, Reg. Stud ‐ The Conservative Government's Local Government Act extended compulsory tendering to a wide range of local authority services mainly supplied in the past by public departments in-house.
This article reviews why the legislation was introduced; considers the evidence on efficiency savings from competitive tendering; details the services Cited by: Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v 1 A full bibliographic record is available from the University of.
Graham Stringer coined the phrase Enforced Tendering (ET), and this was the term generally used in Manchester when referring to the process of Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT) that came about as a result of the Local Government Act. This emphasised the fact that it was being forced upon local government throughout the country.
About the Housing Tendering Services Team. The Housing Tendering Services team is responsible for ensuring that tender processes are transparent, ethical and administered according to procurement best practice at all times whilst maintaining confidentiality of information provided.
All potential suppliers are treated fairly, justly and without. The introduction, in the UK, of Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT) to the management of local authority sports and leisure management has proved to be one of the most significant developments in the history of local authority sports and leisure provision.
Local authority facility managers and staff now have to compete in the market place for the right and opportunity to continue to manage. The introduction of Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT) to sport and leisure management has proved to be one of the most significant developments in the history of local authority sport and leisure provision in the UK.
Local authority facility managers and staff now have to compete in the marketplace for the right to continue to manage and operate sports and leisure by: 7. competitive tendering) local authority housing departments had to demonstrate continuous improvement, and were subjected to local and national benchmarking exercises.
The first policy, which was standard in the s, was known as compulsory competitive tendering. In principle, this meant a local authority had to put purchasing decisions out to tender and then deal with whichever provider offered the lowest price.
The main advantage of this was that it kept the authorities expenditure to a minimum. catalogue of the elements of housing management activity. They can thus assist in the development of both a standard language for the public housing management community and an analytic frame work that will help improve the clarity of discussions about housing management.
CCT in the Record, Local government Information Unit, ; Housing Management Compulsory Competitive Tendering in London, ; Homes: New Crisis Looms, ; SCAT Privatisation Briefings on Improving Jobs and Services, ; Project to Defend and Improve Local Authority Services and Jobs, Sheffield City Council, / One likely explanation for our findings is that housing stock transfer reflects the Conservative Party’s “anti-municipalism” and a wider aim to stimulate private sector engagement in local public services through initiatives, such as Compulsory Competitive Tendering and.
The Government’s alternative to the old Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT) system. The principles make clear that the duty of best value applies to all local authority services.
It promotes local accountability and continuous improvement in service performance. Bid Management. management and a further 46 % intended to The Compulsory Competitive Tendering regime introduced by the Conservative Government in the s led to the separation of client and contractor The value of returning local authority services in-house in an era of budget constraints 4).
Parker, D. (), ‘The Local Government Act and compulsory competitive tendering’, Urban Studies, CrossRef Google Scholar Rex, J. & Moore, R. (), Race, Community and Conflict: A Study of Sparkbrook, Oxford: Oxford University Press Google ScholarAuthor: David Cowan.
The Housing Authority (HA) is a statutory body established under the Housing Ordinance and is financially autonomous, with Housing Department as its executive arm.
HA has established its own operating procurement arrangements in accordance with her unique Housing Authority Stores Regulations (HASR) and Housing Authority Procurement and Supplies.The use of quality management in local authorities.
Gail Freeman‐Bell & Richard Grover. The information technology implications of local authority housing management compulsory competitive tendering. Andy Steele & Gary Pollock. Book Reviews. book review.Since the abolition of compulsory competitive tendering (CCT), an authority is not obliged to expose internal services to competition, unless it decided to do so based on the principles of best value.
Therefore, if the investigation reveals in-house provision provides best value, there is no need for a tender process at all.