Working with Bloom is simple. As the experts in public sector procurement, we’ll take care of everything you need to deliver your projects on time and within budget, each and every time. Our experience across the education sector means that we understand the unique challenges you face and how we can work with you to solve them.
We provide the NEPRO³ solution, the only professional services DfE approved framework for schools and academies. Through this cost-effective and fully compliant route, you can choose from thousands of providers through a pre-accredited supply chain to find the right solution to suit your needs.
With 20 categories of spend available, we can support schools and academies across a wide range of business services including transformation, finance, ICT and HR. Our team is made up of a number of dedicated education specialists, here to help you with:
If you would like to know more about all of the categories available, please view our downloadable PDF guide.
In addition to providing full control and visibility, risk management and value for money, our school buyers benefit from:
These benefits are all delivered through our web-based platform Pro-vide 2.0. The platform is easy to use for non-procurement professionals within the school administration.
Each and every supplier we onboard goes through a robust and detailed accreditation process, giving school buyers the cast-iron assurance that’s at the heart of our service. All contractual obligations are defined and agreed upfront to deliver full transparency and complete peace of mind.
Every step of the way.
We believe that social value outcomes should be at the heart of procurement. Through our dynamic marketplace of suppliers we are proud to support you to open up your procurement opportunities to all 3rd sector organisations – SMEs, mutuals, charities, and social enterprises.
Our solution delivers impact to local economies, allowing you to select local suppliers to deliver your projects, harnessing the finest talent from across the public, private and voluntary sectors.