Celebrating 15 years with the month of #SECtember

We celebrate everything past present and future this month

 

Making procurement easy, providing you with options and creating value

 

Our Technical Support does more for you pre and post procurement

Our Frameworks

Our OJEU compliant frameworks offer a route to market that saves you time and money.

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Membership

SEC Membership puts you at the heart of what we do. Members receive benefits focused on contract support and training.

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Training

Our training programme is focused on supporting you to deliver intelligent procurements and successful contracts.

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Public Procurement Solutions by

South East Consortium

South East Consortium (SEC) is a central purchasing body.  We’re a not for profit organisation. We were specifically created to support the housing sector.  But, any public sector organisation can benefit from our offer.

SEC was established in 2005 and retains its heritage by being a Membership organisation owned by 37 Housing Associations and Local Authorities.  Our Members own 380k homes between them – this gives us immense buying power.

We create intelligent frameworks for our customers to use.  We can provide customers with solutions pre, during and post procurement process.  SEC can deliver both framework and bespoke procurement solutions. In addition we can support customers with technical training and knowledge sharing on things that truly matter to our sector.

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01/09/2020

Celebrating 15 years in operation with the month of #SECtember!

As we mark our 15th year in operation we’re celebrating all things past, present and future for South East Consortium.…