Guidance

DfT: small and medium enterprise case studies

Case study examples of the use of small and medium enterprises with Department for Transport and its agencies.

Documents

DSA: Hazard perception test refresh contract for the Driving Standards Agency

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Department for Transport: Aviation security bag set / Iconal Technology Ltd

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DSA: Criminal record disclosure services contract for the Driving Standards Agency

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DVLA: Website design hosting and management for DVLA personalised registrations

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These case studies showing examples of the use of small and medium enterprises within the Department for Transport and its agencies. The studies highlight how the organisation involved amended practices and procedures to work with these enterprises and the savings and efficiencies gained through the process.

Published 9 March 2012