List Of UK Tender Sources.

List Of UK Tender Sources.

October 26, 2021
Procurement

Our list of tender sources in the UK extends to over 180 individual publishers. If you use Spend Network you can access all of that data through one API call.

We maintain a comprehensive list of tender websites for public tenders so that we can gather all of the available documents as they are published. We’re constantly looking for every possible source that we can gather data from.

You can see exactly where we gather our data from at https://openopps.com which offers a free tender search for everyone.

Here’s a list of the largest tender sites in the UK:

procontract.due-north.com contractsfinder.service.gov.uk britishcouncil sandwellmbc contracts.mod.uk e-sourcingni csw-jets birminghamcc westyorkshireca sesharedservices sell2wales

Each of these sources has published more than 2,000 tenders in the last 30 days and is the largest source of tendering data in the UK public sector.

If you want to gather all of the data for the public sector, there are another 172 regular publishers who publish data every month and some who are even more infrequent publishers.

We harvest data from each of these sources so that you don’t have to.

We write scripts to check each source every day, we validate every source and then we clean up the data. Finally, we add data such as categories, entities, and clean addresses.

We fix sources when they go wrong and find new sources for you.

That’s all your data headaches solved in a simple API with a flat monthly fee.

Using Spend Network means…

You don’t have to write 180 scrapers.

You don’t have to monitor 180 scrapers.

You don’t have to fix the scrapers that break every year.

You don’t have to validate the data from those scrapers.

Or deduplicate the data.

Or fix the addresses.

Or categorise the data.

Or push the publishers to provide better data.

We do it all for you.

Tenders.

Contracts.

Spend.

If you’d like to know more about our API get in touch.

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