Supplier update COVID-19
This is an uncertain time and we acknowledge that COVID-19 is impacting suppliers and their supply chain.
If you have outstanding orders for Queen's, the Queen's staff member named on the purchase order is responsible for ensuring that access arrangements are in place to accept delivery at the location stated on the purchase order, if you are uncertain contact them using their e-mail address on that order.
There will be orders placed for critical goods and services, and suppliers must advise the Queen's staff member referenced on the purchase order promptly if there are any stock or delivery issues.
Our Payments and Procurement teams are currently working to ensure that payments to suppliers are being made promptly.
The Procurement Office is operational and can be contacted on Procurement@qub.ac.uk.
To participate in Queen’s University tenders, please register your firm's details on our e-Tendering website at the link below:
When registering please make sure the "publish e-mail address" field is completed accurately. This is the e-mail address which emails go to, including details on tender progress.
Following registration you will have access to current tenders. To express an interest in a tender click on the red button, "express interest". Once your expression of interest has been accepted by the University you will be informed by email, and you can then access tender documents by logging into the website, and going to the "my tenders" area.
Modern Slavery is a crime, and a violation of fundamental human rights. It takes various forms, such as slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking, all of which have in common the deprivation of a person's liberty by another in order to exploit them for personal or commercial gain.
We are committed to improving our practices to combat slavery and human trafficking. Find our Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement.
Please read the attached information on Distribution Fraud issued by the City of London Police. All suppliers should be aware of these guidelines to prevent or identify fraud.