Debt Recovery & Enforcement Services – Supply Hertfordshire tender closes 10th October

Debt Recovery & Enforcement Services

Dacorum Borough Council is inviting tenders under 2 lots. (Both lots are being tendered as concession contracts below the OJEU threshold of CCR 2016).

Lot 1 – Council Tax & Business Rates Enforcement will include: Council Tax and Business Rates Recovery, Commercial Rent or Debt Recovery, Debt Collection Services for the Recovery of Sundry Debts including Housing Benefit Overpayments, and Housing – the recovery of former Tenant Debt and Repairs Charges

Lot 2 – Traffic Management Warrant Enforcement

The initial contract period will commence during January 2019 for a period of 3 years, with the option to extend the contract for 2 further years.

Minimum Requirements
The contractor must be:
o A corporate member of the Civil Enforcement Association (CIVEA)
o A corporate member of the British Parking Association (for Lot 2)
o Regulated by the Financial Services Authority or related statutory or regulatory body and
o If the Company is not a corporate member or regulated by one of the aforementioned bodies then all of the operational staff associated with the Council’s work must be a member or regulated by of one of the said bodies.

Tenders should be aware that there are limits on the number of pages for each question and strict limits on appendices. Any part of your tender submission that does not comply will be disregarded and not scored. See tender documents for full details.

To access tender documents you will need to register at (if not already registered) and then you will be able to download tender documents of the project you are interested in and send enquiries via the correspondence function of the portal.(Contact the Intend helpline if you have any difficulty in registering on 0114 407 0065)

Please submit your completed tender document via the Council’s e-tendering portal no later than 12 noon 10 October 2018. Any tender submitted either manually or by email will not be accepted.

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