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Open procurement

On this page you find information about how to request a procurement from the Purchasing and Procurement office.

When you are about to purchase goods or services for which the contract value exceeds the threshold of SEK 1 427 377 and no contract currently exists, you shall submit a procurement request to the Purchasing and Procurement office.

Procurement exceeding the threshold must always be managed by Purchasing and Procurement. Request procurement by submitting the order form:

Procurement request in Swedish (Word, 85 kB, new tab)

You can also request a procurement in Lupin (in Swedish). Request form can be found under 'Inköp', 'Kategorier', 'Beställning av upphandling'.

Go to Lupin

Allow yourself plenty of time

Bear in mind that open procurement takes time. For example, it takes about three months to draft the contract documents. There is also a statutory requirement for a minimum of 40 days of advertising. The estimated time from the receipt of a request until the procurement is between 6 and 8 months.

Regulated by the Public Procurement Act (LOU)

The Public Procurement Act (LOU) regulates in detail the permitted activities of public authorities with regard to the purchasing of goods or services.

Read more about LOU

Read more about public procurement on the National Agency for Public Procurement's website