We are firmly committed to openness, fairness and transparency in selecting all of our suppliers of goods and services.
We must do this as a matter of law under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, and this approach will also enable us to develop a ‘most economically advantageous’ supply system and maximise our use of levy funds.
View our Goods and Services Terms and Conditions for more information
Click below to access the Research Funding page and associated documents
Active invitations to tender for goods and services
Suppliers are encouraged to register on Contracts Finder where we may publish contract opportunities over £25,000. This is where suppliers can search for contract information on goods and services across the public sector.
Contract opportunities that exceed EU financial thresholds (currently set at £181,302) may also be advertised in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU).
Where possible AHDB will buy common goods and services through “agreements” put in place by Crown Commercial Services (CCS) – this is the government's commercial team. You can search tender opportunities to find out how to become a public sector supplier
Our standard goods and services contract can be downloaded below. The contract template may be updated at any time by publication on this website, it is the suppliers' responsibility to keep themselves aware of any changes.
Previous versions can be obtained on request to the Legal Adviser at firstname.lastname@example.org
AHDB contracts currently in place
In line with Government requirements, we have published information regarding active contracts and frameworks awarded over the value of £25,000. This information is updated quarterly.
To view this information please download the document below.
Contracts Register - Updated September 2019 (Excel document)
Contracts Register - Updated September 2019(csv document)
Should you require more information, please email Procurement on email@example.com.
The levy money we collect can only be used in accordance with EU State aid rules. Various schemes covering such activities have been submitted to the European Commission, which enforces the rules.
Follow the links below for more information:
- Swine Dysentery Scheme
- VuB Report scheme
- RamCompare scheme
- Generic Promotional Measures scheme
- Promotional Measures (2015-2021)
- Quality Products scheme
- Research and Development scheme (2014-2020)
- Technical Support scheme
- English Pig Health scheme (2019-2021)
- Benchmarking Training for Cereal Growers scheme
- Economic Consultancy for Dairy Farmers scheme