Dear Department for Education,
Can you please provide confirmation of schools procured to date via MMC1 Framework and the name of the selected MMC contractor.
An excel schedule that outlines the Project name, year of award and appointed contractor is sufficient.
If an indicative contract award is also available that would be welcomed but is non-essential if it is deemed commercially sensitive
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Dear Mr Noggin,
Thank you for your request for information, which was received on
16/01/23. You requested:
“Can you please provide confirmation of schools procured to date via MMC1
Framework and the name of the selected MMC contractor. An excel schedule
that outlines the Project name, year of award and appointed contractor is
sufficient. If an indicative contract award is also available that would
be welcomed but is non-essential if it is deemed commercially sensitive.
Your request is being dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act
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Department takes very seriously its obligations under the Act, including
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Dear Mr Noggin
Thank you for your request for information, which was received on 16^th
January 2023. You requested we provide confirmation of schools procured to
date via MMC1 Framework and the name of the selected MMC contractor.
Stating an excel schedule that outlines the Project name, year of award
and appointed contractor. You also asked for an indicative contract award,
if this wasn’t commercially sensitive. I have dealt with your request
under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
A copy of the information is attached below in the format you requested.
The list includes projects where construction contracts have been awarded
and also any projects where we are in the PCSA (Pre-Contract Service
Agreement) stage and a contract has not yet been awarded.
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