Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue currently spends about £6.5million per year on a wide range of goods and services. The Service work with businesses to help us provide the best service to the public and to ensure that the money it receives through taxation is used as efficiently as possible and that it achieves best value for money in the use of this money.
A significant proportion of the Service’s expenditure is therefore spent under contracts which have been subject to reasonable competition.
The Service undertakes joint procurement with Procurement Lincolnshire and other Fire Authorities and also make use of contracts awarded by other bodies on behalf of public sector authorities, such as FireBuy, ESPO and OGC Buying Solutions.
The value thresholds governing procedures relating to contracts is set out in the Lincolnshire County Council Financial Regulations. Please use the link below to view.