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first of all I want to apologise for contacting you randomly out of the blue. As software engineer you will work on the front end using JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3 to improve the enterprise software/platforms by adding new functionalities, maintaining API, developing UI components and building frameworks. Look forward to hearing from you. This is the ultimate opportunity for frontend developers in Rotterdam to become a real expert in their field.

Playing computer games makes you happy, than you will be glad to meet the company, that is happy to make them. The reason I decided to get in touch is because I am working very closely with some of the most exciting technology-centric companies in London with finding the best talent for their organisations. Are you looking for a reliable, creative and experience Group for the Mobile Application and Website Designing and development?

It’s a company that does Consutancy-type of work, however because they are a young company with 15 people they really have the time to care about YOUR personal career & development. I think I have a number of options you’d love to go and meet. I hope you are well. If you like what you do, I might have something really interesting for you. They are known globally as a major technology player – pioneering the digital advances that are shaping and driving the information age.

    Croydon’s Strategic Priorities

    We are Croydon – The Council and its partners have a vision, developed in consultation with over 20,000 residents and businesses, that by 2040 Croydon will be London’s most enterprising borough that fosters ideas, innovation and learning and provides skills, opportunity and a sense of belonging to all.

    The Community Strategy is the overarching strategy for the borough. It sets our overall strategic direction, the priorities and outcomes we will focus on, and provides the framework for delivery that will guide and direct the activity of Local Strategic Partnership boards.

    Croydon’s Corporate Plan for 2018-22, reflects the administration’s Manifesto committments. It sets out the Council’s priorities and looks at the need for change in our service delivery to take a more preventative approach; improving outcomes for our residents, businesses and communities.

    The Croydon Observatory provides access to data and information about Croydon. It is an information sharing, mapping and reporting website that can be used by anyone.

    Opportunity and Fairness Commission was launched in January 2015 to identify existing assets, understand the local challenges and communities’ concerns and priorities, and propose solutions and engage with those who can deliver them to create a fairer and better place to live for everyone.

    Council’s Equality Policy 2016-20 sets out the Council’s approach to fulfilling its statutory equality duty as a Public Sector employer under s149 of the Equality Act 2010. The Council’s equality objectives are set out in our Opportunity and Fairness Plan which outlines the key areas of focus for the council and its partners from public, community, faith, voluntary and business sectors.

    In 2017 the Small Business Commission investigated and recommended actions to boost the growth and success of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

    The Commissioning Framework sets out the Council’s commissioning principles and our approach to ensuring the services we deliver (either in house or by working with our suppliers) meet local needs and deliver value for money.

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    The Community Strategy is the overarching strategy for the borough. It sets our overall strategic direction, the priorities and outcomes we will focus on, and provides the framework for delivery that will guide and direct the activity of Local Strategic Partnership boards.

    Croydon’s Corporate Plan for 2018-22, reflects the administration’s Manifesto committments. It sets out the Council’s priorities and looks at the need for change in our service delivery to take a more preventative approach; improving outcomes for our residents, businesses and communities.

    The Croydon Observatory provides access to data and information about Croydon. It is an information sharing, mapping and reporting website that can be used by anyone.

    Opportunity and Fairness Commission was launched in January 2015 to identify existing assets, understand the local challenges and communities’ concerns and priorities, and propose solutions and engage with those who can deliver them to create a fairer and better place to live for everyone.

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    Accessing Council’s business opportunities

    Action adult advice 1120344 We understand that working with local businesses is key to maximising the positive outcomes that we achieve through our commercial activity. We are keen to increase the number of local suppliers teh council and our partners work with.

    To take part in any tender from Croydon Council and to be able to express an interest in a contract opportunity, first you must register on the London Tenders Portal with your details and also the company that you work for.

    Registering for an account with the London Tenders Portal is free and easy, and will also ensure that the Council is aware of your business’ interest in becoming a supplier. Numerous London Boroughs and organisations also use the London Tenders Portal and registering will ensure that you receive notifications of any relevant opportunity.

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    To take part in any tender from Croydon Council and to be able to express an interest in a contract opportunity, first you must register on the London Tenders Portal with your details and also the company that you work for.

    Registering for an account with the London Tenders Portal is free and easy, and will also ensure that the Council is aware of your business’ interest in becoming a supplier. Numerous London Boroughs and organisations also use the London Tenders Portal and registering will ensure that you receive notifications of any relevant opportunity.

    To take part in any tender from Croydon Council and to be able to express an interest in a contract opportunity, first you must register on the London Tenders Portal with your details and also the company that you work for.

    Registering for an account with the London Tenders Portal is free and easy, and will also ensure that the Council is aware of your business’ interest in becoming a supplier. Numerous London Boroughs and organisations also use the London Tenders Portal and registering will ensure that you receive notifications of any relevant opportunity. To take part in any tender from Croydon Council and to be able to express an interest in a contract opportunity, first you must register on the London Tenders Portal with your details and also the company that you work for.

    Registering for an account with the London Tenders Portal is free and easy, and will also ensure that the Council is aware of your business’ interest in becoming a supplier. Numerous London Boroughs and organisations also use the London Tenders Portal and registering will ensure that you receive notifications of any relevant opportunity.

    Total Aggregated ValueProcedureApproved routeEssential requirement
    <£5,000One written quote required but preferable to have moreUnder the scheme of financial delegationThe selected quote must represent best value for money
    £5,000 up to £25,000Invite a minimum of 3 quotes (one local)Under the scheme of financial delegationThe selected quote must represent value for money. The tender opportunity does not need to be formally advertised but officers may do so using the councils public website and the governments supplier portal Contracts Finder website. Procurement at this value is more likely to involve an infrmal process of request for quotations (quick quotes). Officers must if numbers allow, invite a minimum of 3 quotes – 1 being local.
    £25,000 to below £100,000Formal tendering via an e-sourcing portal or if justified, then the invitation of quotes (as above) can be adoptedUnder the scheme of financial delegationFormal tendering preferred using the content of these regulations as best practice. If tendering is not adpoted then an audit trail of the reasons why not must be kept.If advertised – tenders and quotes above £25,000 must be published on the councils website and Contracts Finder. A minimum of 3 quotes ust be sought.
    >£100,000Formal tendering via an e-sourcing portal. Depending on value, tenderng processes will be undertaken in accordance with the requirements of the Public Contract Regualtions 2015The procurement strategy is to be approved by Commissioning and Contracts Board CCB (<£5m) or cabinet if >£5mNo procurement to begin without prior approval of CCB and where appropriate Cabinet. Contratc award: <£500k – Director of Commissioning & Procurement, between £500k and £5m – nominated Cabinet Member, >£5m – Cabinet