There are opportunities to work on projects across TfL Corporate, Surface and London Underground. Contracts range in size above and below £5,000.
You can view the latest list of planned future opportunities and a list of current frameworks and when they expire on our contract opportunities page.
You can find all our published contract opportunities on our eTendering system, ProContract. Once you register, improve and narrow your search by choosing the TfL search option.
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We publish large contract opportunities (contracts with an expected value over EU public or utilities procurement thresholds) on Tenders Electronic Daily (TED). TED is the online version of the 'Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union', dedicated to European public procurement.
TIP: Because of the diverse nature of our advertisements, the following search criteria may not necessarily retrieve all opportunities for the entire TfL Group. However, it should help shape your initial search. In the full text field, enter the following (with quotation marks):
Following its successful use by the London 2012 authorities and their supply chains as part of the London 2012 Games, CompeteFor continues to be used by TfL and other members of the Greater London Authority group, including Crossrail, as part of the procurement process.
In turn, our sub-contractors use CompeteFor to make their business opportunities widely available.
Suppliers successful in winning a contract will need to register on our purchase-to-pay system to begin trading with us. The process is initiated by registering your company details.
Please note it is important that suppliers do not register multiple times. To check if your organisation is already a registered supplier, please contact us on 0800 368 4850 (TfL call charges).
Our ePurchase 2 Pay (eP2P) is the easiest way to submit purchase orders, process and receive invoices electronically. It's quicker than sending documents by post and doesn't involve paper or postage. All you have to do is complete the eP2P form.
Find out more or call 0343 222 5100 (Tfl call charges).