Supply Chain Engagement
This page has been provided for direct engagement with the Project Management Office (PMO) at OSHA.
The OSHA Project Management Team (PMO) are currently consulting with the supply chain on a Pre-Tender Market Engagement (PTME) / Soft Market Testing (SMT) process.
This process will allow us to ensure that the home designs, specifications and zero carbon strategy we have developed as an alliance, are aligned within a controlled DfMA process, for maximum efficiency and delivery. It is important that we discuss this with you across the many technologies, long-standing and new entrant businesses, operating in the MMC/Off-site sector. This is also an opportunity for the supply chain to understand the ambition of the RP partners within OSHA, and to have your say on areas that could or should be considered, for a collaborative working environment.
There are 2 areas that you can link to from this page.
- The PTME/SMT questions that we have created can be accessed here. We would appreciate you completing this and sending back to us, no later than the deadline of 30th November 2021.
These questions will help us to provide you with a robust tender process within the governance required. Once you have downloaded and completed this brief questionnaire, please submit your response to email@example.com for assessment and feedback, via the Project Management Office. We will contact you directly once you have completed this questionnaire for further discussion, so please ensure you provide a suitable contact within your organisation, who is aware of this process.
- You will have probably been directed to this page here from the Prior Information Notice (PIN) announcement for this process. If you have come directly to this OSHA website page (by any other route), please take the time to read the PIN announcement here for further information and clarity of the process.
For additional information on how we are working at OSHA, please see this page on the OSHA website.
Thank you for your participation in this process.
The OSHA Project Management Office Team.