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TD1306 – DPS for SEND placements in Independent/Non-Maintained Schools and Post 16 Institutions

Derby City Council | Published March 19, 2018  -  Deadline April 30, 2020
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Applications are invited for inclusion on the DPS that will support the placement of Learners at independent and non-maintained schools or special pre and post 16 organisations. The successful Applicants will be awarded a position on the DPS and if successful in the Contract Opportunity Award process be responsible for providing the Service directly to the Learner. The DPS will operate from 01/05/2018 to 30/04/2020. Round one applications close at 10am on 16/04/2018. There are options for annual extension for a further 3 years The DPS will be made up of DPS Providers that will be able to provide the Service to pre and post 16 Learners, up to the age of 25 years. This Dynamic Purchasing System will enable the Council to procure a sufficient supply of suitable placements for Learners needing special educational requirements. The Service required will cover placements of children and young people in these settings for education services in either day or residential settings made directly on behalf of the Council. Services will be required for; • Day placements for pre-16 Learners • Residential placements for pre-16 Learners • Day placements for post-16 Learners • Residential placements for post-16 Learners Service Providers must be able to meet one or more of the following primary needs, which may include challenging behaviours in all categories; • Cognition and Learning Needs (a range of specific, moderate, severe and profound) • Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs • Communication and Interaction (speech, language and communication difficulties, autistic spectrum disorder) • Physical and Sensory Needs (visual impairment, hearing impairment, multiple sensory impairment, physical difficulty) Service Providers are to be able to deliver the following either on a daily or residential basis; a) Alternative education provision specialist post 16 institutions • A range of part time vocational provision • Full and part time alternative e provision options • Accredited outcomes • Enrichment opportunities • Short term or long term programmes b) Virtual Learning • Online core provision lessons • Full time or part time programme delivery • Accredited outcomes c) Therapeutic Services • A range of therapeutic services to meet the specified needs detailed in the EHCP d) Reintegration into education • Interventions to support young people into education following a period of non attendance • To include a pro-active model of delivery to mentor and support the Learner to transition into the placement Applicants must meet the minimum requirements of the suitability questionnaire. The DPS Provider list and access to Contract Opportunities will operate electronically via the EastMidTender Portal. The DPS will operate for an initial period of two years, with three further potential annual extensions of 12 months available. The duration or termination of the DPS will not affect Individual Placement Agreements via the DPS. An EU Light Touch procurement tender exercise which is compliant with the Public Contract Regulations 2015 will be undertaken to select providers onto the DPS which will offer access to pre-approved DPS Providers who can be appointed using an efficient and streamlined procurement process; therefore ensuring the Council obtains value for money advice whilst enabling objectives to be achieved. For clarity, this DPS is not a full DPS as defined under the Public Contract Regulations 2015, Regulation 34, but is a modified version. This is because Section 7 - social and health care services (the Light Touch Regime as allowed under Regulations 74 to 77) are not subject to the full regulations of the procurement procedures set out in the Regulations. The Council will be the user of the DPS, however there maybe occasions when other procurement routes are selected for some specific requirements. There will be no obligation on the Council to enter into IPA's with the DPS Providers nor will any guarantee be given as to the quantity or regularity of IPA's to be made. For these reasons, no guarantees of business value or volume can be given. Applicants will have to form their own views as to the potential for such an arrangement. Applicants must meet the minimum required qualifying criteria for entry onto the DPS and maintain the requisite criteria throughout the DPS Agreement Term. There are no other restrictions on who can or cannot join the DPS and Applicants may apply to join at any time during the lifetime of the DPS as entry remains open, other than where the Council closes the DPS for any period The first tranche of Applicants that will be appointed to the DPS will take place at the beginning of 1 May 2018 and it is intended that Contract Opportunities will commence from 1 May 2018. After round one, the Council will open each round for a calendar month and assessment of the applications received for that round will take place by the end of the following calendar month. Select the ‘apply online’ link in the bottom right hand corner of this notice, this will transfer you to the Councils e-tendering system https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents, (please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system).

AQP Window 4 Care Home beds for eligible fully funded continuing healthcare clients

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published July 17, 2018  -  Deadline August 17, 2018
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The 4 Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Groups are coming together to procure the provision of Care Home beds for eligible continuing health care clients resident in Derbyshire. The Contract will be for a period of 20 months. The ITT is now available and the deadline for responses is 12:00pm (noon) on 17/08/18. To access the documentation and submit your response; please register your organisation on the Bravo website: https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk The ITT reference is ITT_1042 The services to which this notice relates are public service contracts for social and other specific services listed in Schedule 3, of the Public Services Contracts Regulations 2015 ('the Regulations'). Neither the publication of this notice nor the employment of any particular terminology nor any other indication shall be taken to mean that the contracting authorities intend to hold themselves bound by any of the Regulations save those applicable to the procurement of services listed in schedule 3. Suppliers Instructions How to Express Interest in this Tender: 1. Register your company on the eSourcing portal (this is only required once) - Browse to the e-Sourcing Portal: https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk and click the link to register- Accept the terms and conditions and click 'continue' - Enter your correct business and user details -Note the user-name you chose and click 'Save' when complete - You will shortly receive an e-mail with your unique password (please keep this secure) 2. Express an Interest in the tender - Login to the portal with the user-name/password - Click the 'PQQs / ITTs Open To All Suppliers' link. (These are Pre-Qualification Questionnaires or Invitations to Tender open to any registered supplier) - Click on the relevant PQQ/ ITT to access the content. - Click the 'Express Interest' button at the top of the page. - This will move the PQQ /ITT into your 'My PQQs/ My ITTs' page. (This is a secure area reserved for your projects only) - You can now access any attachments by clicking 'Buyer Attachments' in the 'PQQ/ ITT Details' box 3. Responding to the tender - Click 'My Response' under 'PQQ/ ITT Details', you can choose to 'Create Response' or to 'Decline to Respond' (please give a reason if declining) - You can now use the 'Messages' function to communicate with the buyer and seek any clarification - Note the deadline for completion, then follow the on-screen instructions to complete the PQQ/ ITT - There may be a mixture of online and off-line actions for you to perform (there is detailed on-line help available) You must then submit your reply using the 'Submit Response' button at the top of the page. If you require any further assistance please consult the on-line help, or contact the eTendering helpdesk

TD1348 - Needle Exchange Supply of Goods

Derby City Council | Published June 13, 2018  -  Deadline July 13, 2018
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Derby City Council is seeking to secure the provision of a Needle Exchange for use in community pharmacies that are contracted to deliver the Needle Exchange Service in Derby City. The goods to be supplied are pre prepared single use, sterile packs for use by both drug and steroid users. The supplier will hold a recognised quality standard. 27 pharmacies are currently commissioned in the city to deliver the Needle Exchange Service although this is subject to change during the course of the contract. The initial contract period is 3 years; estimated to commence 1st April 2019 and expire 31st March 2022. There will be an option to extend the contract for 2 years in annual increments, subject to satisfactory performance and business needs. Maximum contract period is 5 years. Total contract value over 5 years is 550000GBP For the supply of pre-packaged needle exchange goods to the community pharmacies delivering the Needle Exchange Service on behalf of Derby City Council. The successful Supplier will be responsible for providing the supply of Needle Exchange Goods, liaising closely with the Contract Manager from Public Health. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 14:00 on 10 July 2018. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 14:00 on 13 July 2018. Select the 'apply online' link in the bottom right hand corner of this notice, this will transfer you to the Councils e-tendering system https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents.

TD1357 - Provision of Preventative and Universal Services for Carers

Derby City Council | Published June 14, 2018  -  Deadline July 10, 2018
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Derby City Council and Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group (SDCCG) are prioritising support for Carers as the needs of Carers are often cross cutting in terms of health and social care. The Services being commissioned aims to involve Carers in identifying their needs, assist them to remain in their caring role, ensure their individual outcomes are achieved and their well-being is maintained. The Council and SDCCG also want to improve reach out to Carers and key to this is working in partnership to identify Carers more efficiently and effectively. It is envisaged that all Carers be able to access support, training, advice and information to help them in their caring role. Clear pathways for the Carer will help to reduce Carer stress and the requirement for more intensive support for the Carer or the adult in need for whom they are caring for. This will be a universal offer regardless of eligibility. The aim of the Services within this specification is preventative, ensuring Carers do not reach crisis point, keeping them well and ensuring Carers can retain their caring role for as long as possible. The Council has a statutory duty to reduce, prevent and delay the need for statutory services The successful organisation will act as the lead organisation for universal Carers services and will work closely with Derby City Council and Southern Derbyshire CCG to ensure that Carers needs are being met and provide innovative solutions to any service gaps. Specifically, this Specification requires the Service Provider to deliver five key Services 1. Information, advice and guidance for Carers 2. Carers training 3. Wellbeing activities for Carers 4. Support and peer support for Carers 5. Carers clinics in conjunction with GP services Funding Funding for this Service is Better Care Funding and is a pooled budget between the Council and SDCCG. Contract Management The Service Provider will contract with the Council. The Council is the contract manager and SDCCG will participate in contract management process but the Service Provider reports to the Council. The tendered service is a remodelling of an existing service provision, which is currently being provided by two service providers The tendering of this contract may give rise to a possible presumption that the European Acquired Rights Directive 77/187 and/or the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) 2006 regulations may apply in the event of this contract being awarded to a new Service Provider. Tenderers are advised to make their own enquiries by seeking independent professional legal advice on the consequences for them if they are the successful tenderer and the TUPE regulations do apply. Under this procurement the Service Provider is required to participate actively in the economic and social regeneration of the locality of and surrounding the area served by Derby City Council. Accordingly contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations. The Initial Term of the contract is two years the contract is estimated to commence 1st September 2018 and expire 31st August 2021. There will be an option to extend the contract for a further three years in annual increments, subject to satisfactory performance and business needs. Maximum contract period is five years. There is a maximum budget of £260,000 per year for the duration of the contract for the Services for Carers. The costs for Parental Carer will not form part of the price submitted and are not included in the budget limit of £260,000. Parent Carers The Council may during the Term of the contract request that the successful Service Provider provides the same Service to Parent Carers on an ad-hoc individual basis, such as attending a training session or participating in a wellbeing activity. The successful Service Provider will be required to provide this Service to Parent Carers and will ensure it is capable of doing this. Further funding will be applicable to this element of service delivery and the Service Provider will ensure any additional costs to the Council are in line with tendered price. The costs for Parental Carer will not form part of the price submitted in Section 9 and are not included in the budget limit of £260,000, any such increase of this limit shall be in accordance with those permitted by the Regulations and the Councils Contract Procedure Rules/Finance Procedure Rules. The Service Provider should note that any funding for these Services for Parental Carers and any Service provision to these Parental Carers is subject to further internal funding approval.

TD1348 DN346505 – Needle Exchange Supply of Goods

Derby City Council | Published June 13, 2018  -  Deadline July 10, 2018
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Derby City Council is seeking to secure the provision of a Needle Exchange for use in community pharmacies that are contracted to deliver the Needle Exchange Service in Derby City. The goods to be supplied are pre prepared single use, sterile packs for use by both drug and steroid users. The supplier will hold a recognised quality standard. 27 pharmacies are currently commissioned in the city to deliver the Needle Exchange Service although this is subject to change during the course of the contract. The initial contract period is 3 years; estimated to commence 1st April 2019 and expire 31st March 2022. There will be an option to extend the contract for 2 years in annual increments, subject to satisfactory performance and business needs. Maximum contract period is 5 years. Total contract value over 5 years is 550000GBP For the supply of pre-packaged needle exchange goods to the community pharmacies delivering the Needle Exchange Service on behalf of Derby City Council. The successful Supplier will be responsible for providing the supply of Needle Exchange Goods, liaising closely with the Contract Manager from Public Health. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 14:00 on 10 July 2018. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 14:00 on 13 July 2018. Select the ‘apply online’ link in the bottom right hand corner of this notice, this will transfer you to the Councils e-tendering system https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents.

NHS Continuing Healthcare IT System for NHS Lincolnshire East CCG

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published June 20, 2018  -  Deadline July 6, 2018
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Lincolnshire's Continuing Healthcare service will be transitioning from a range of current service providers to a new CCG hosted stand-alone CHC business unit. As part of this transition, the new CHC business unit will require a fully managed IT solution to enable it to deliver the full range of CHC services. The CHC business unit will be looking for a system supplier to supply and implement a Continuing Healthcare case management system for use with adults & children's Continuing Healthcare. The system should also support the processing section 117 reviews and monitoring of personal health budgets. NHS Lincolnshire CHC Service would like to invite potential providers to a market engagement session to demonstrate their potential CHC system solution the focus of the session being to look at systems available within the market with a particular emphasis upon areas such as administrative and clinical management, including robust performance and financial reporting. This event will be attended by a range of stakeholders and is designed to support commissioners develop the final service specification and next steps in the process. Please note that at this stage this is not a competitive procurement process. We are looking at holding a pre-market engagement event on Friday 20th July (time and format to be confirmed) at NHS Lincolnshire East CCG, Cross O'Cliff Court, Bracebridge Heath, Lincoln, LN4 2HN.

Provision of School Improvement Professional Development Programmes in Phonics, Reading and Mathematics

Derby City Council | Published June 4, 2018  -  Deadline July 5, 2018
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Tenders are invited for the provision of School Improvement Professional Development Programmes in Phonics, Reading and Mathematics Opportunity Areas are a government policy designed to improve social mobility. They were announced by the Secretary of State for Education in October 2016 with the initial six areas being identified as some of the most challenged when it comes to social mobility; a further six areas were announced in January 2017. The twelve areas have access to funding to address the biggest challenges they face. In Derby a local partnership board has been formed of partners including a nursery, schools, city council, DfE, Derby College, the University of Derby, business, voluntary sector, the Careers Enterprise Company and the Confederation of British Industry. The Opportunity Area Board operates as an advisory board to the DfE and is chaired by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Derby. The Opportunity Area Board has identified three main priorities, namely: • Priority 1: Increase the number of children achieving a good level of development in the early years. • Priority 2: Raise attainment in our primary and secondary schools. • Priority 3: Ensure that all our children benefit from a broad range of experiences throughout their school lives. Allied to this, are two further additional themes of mental health and also transition and pathways. In order to help address Priority 2, Derby's Opportunity Area Board is keen to seek tenders for the provision of support in the following areas: • Lot 1 - improving outcomes for children in Year 1 and Year 2 in phonics. • Lot 2 - improving outcomes for children in reading at Key Stages 1 and 2. • Lot 3 - improving outcomes in Key Stages 1 and 2 writing. • Lot 4 - improving outcomes in Key Stages 1 and 2 mathematics. • Lot 5 - improving outcomes for children with English as an additional language. • Lot 6 - monitoring arrangements for school improvement professional development programmes. Please note suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation must do so by 23:59 on Wednesday 4th July 2018. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a bid. The deadline for returns is 10:00 on Thursday 5th July 2018. Documents are available at www.eastmidstenders.org. Please search for TD1366 Please note: we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.

TD1366 - Provision of School Improvement Professional Development Programmes in Phonics, Reading and Mathematics

Derby City Council | Published May 30, 2018  -  Deadline July 4, 2018
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Tenders are invited for the provision of School Improvement Professional Development Programmes in Phonics, Reading and Mathematics Opportunity Areas are a government policy designed to improve social mobility. They were announced by the Secretary of State for Education in October 2016 with the initial six areas being identified as some of the most challenged when it comes to social mobility; a further six areas were announced in January 2017. The twelve areas have access to funding to address the biggest challenges they face. In Derby a local partnership board has been formed of partners including a nursery, schools, city council, DfE, Derby College, the University of Derby, business, voluntary sector, the Careers Enterprise Company and the Confederation of British Industry. The Opportunity Area Board operates as an advisory board to the DfE and is chaired by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Derby. The Opportunity Area Board has identified three main priorities, namely: • Priority 1: Increase the number of children achieving a good level of development in the early years. • Priority 2: Raise attainment in our primary and secondary schools. • Priority 3: Ensure that all our children benefit from a broad range of experiences throughout their school lives. Allied to this, are two further additional themes of mental health and also transition and pathways. In order to help address Priority 2, Derby's Opportunity Area Board is keen to seek tenders for the provision of support in the following areas: • Lot 1 - improving outcomes for children in Year 1 and Year 2 in phonics. • Lot 2 - improving outcomes for children in reading at Key Stages 1 and 2. • Lot 3 - improving outcomes in Key Stages 1 and 2 writing. • Lot 4 - improving outcomes in Key Stages 1 and 2 mathematics. • Lot 5 - improving outcomes for children with English as an additional language. • Lot 6 - monitoring arrangements for school improvement professional development programmes. Select the "apply online" link in the bottom right hand corner of this notice – this will transfer you to the Council's e-tendering system at www.eastmidstenders.org, where you can express interest and obtain the documents. Please search for TD1366. Please note suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation must do so by 23:59 on Wednesday 4th July 2018. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a bid. The deadline for returns is 10:00 on Thursday 5th July 2018. Please note: we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.

IT Services - Business Continuity Writer

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published June 14, 2018  -  Deadline June 22, 2018
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IT Services - Business Continuity Writer IT Services needs to update/produce a new disaster recovery plan as this is out of date and not fit for purpose. The department is increasing the footprint geographically and there is a need to review/include client requirements within a disaster situation. This is a very important document as the Service has to be familiar with such documentation and able to apply this when faced with a major disaster. IT Services would like to procure a business continuity technical writer for a period of two months to review the disaster recovery plan to improve the above findings with an immediate start date due to the urgency for the work to be completed.

BI Data and Analytics Support for AGEM

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published June 12, 2018  -  Deadline June 20, 2018
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NHS Arden & GEM CSU seeks competitive offers for the provision of BI Data and Analytics Support for a period of 4 months from July 2018. The Support will include but is not limited to the following: • Data and analytical support to manage and mitigate financial risk • Advising on divestment projects • Advising on business optimisation processes • Focus on high value and / or high financial risk acute contracts so as to maximise early financial benefit of engagement • Leverage knowledge of successful analytic challenges identified and raised in other regions through previous work to provide "quick wins" across the acute contract portfolio, whilst taking due note of current / past challenges identified by AGEM CSU • Provision of support with regard to analytics associated with the changes to IR allocation rules for 18/19 (noting that this is not cash releasing in nature and can involve a heavy resource implication) • Advanced analytical techniques to support the commissioning business cycle

Acute Tariff Retainer, Training and Cost

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published May 17, 2018  -  Deadline June 7, 2018
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The NHS acute contract and payment rules are a highly specialised, complex and ever evolving area. It is a service area which the CSU provides to CCGs and NHS England Commissioning Hubs via various service lines, most significantly through the Information Service. AGEM would like to commission an on-demand expert advice and guidance service, where complex technical queries about the NHS contracting and payment rules from anyone in the CSU can be emailed to a central point, with comprehensive answers linked to the official documentation. In addition, AGEM requires an online training portal for all CSU staff to develop their knowledge of the National Tariff Payment System, which includes a National Tariff course and qualification, accredited by the NHS Financial Services Development Network. This should be updated each year in line with the release of new national guidance. As an optional additional element, AGEM is also looking for a service in supporting internal staff in benchmarking and modelling costs relating to acute contracts. We are an NHS organisation with around 150 Business Intelligence and Contracting staff, of which approximately 75 work in the area of National Tariff for acute NHS commissioning.

Housing Benefit Audit Services

Derby City Council | Published May 14, 2018  -  Deadline June 1, 2018
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Derby City Council requires a service provider to audit the housing benefit subsidy claim to DWP requirements, to give the DWP assurance of a valid and true claim. The provider will conduct testing of all Housing Benefit Assurance Procedure (HBAP) aspects of the audit. Estimated £28,000 annual cost, with some additional capacity for any retesting charges. The initial contract period is 24 months; the contract is estimated to commence 01/07/2018 and expire 30/06/2020. There will be an option to extend the contract for up to 24 months in annual increments, subject to satisfactory performance and business needs. The maximum contract period is therefore four years. https://www.eastmidstenders.org is where you can express interest and obtain the documents. Please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 09:00 on 31 May 2018. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 14:00 on 01 June 2018.

Social Value Consultation - School Improvement Professional Development Programmes

Derby City Council | Published May 24, 2018  -  Deadline June 1, 2018
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Derby City Council wishes to undertake a Social Value Consultation exercise with suitably qualified and experienced organisations and interested stakeholders in advance of a formal tendering process to provide six separate programmes for primary school improvement. Opportunity Areas are a government policy designed to improve social mobility. They were announced by the Secretary of State for Education in October 2016 with the initial six areas being identified as some of the most challenged when it comes to social mobility; a further six areas were announced in January 2017. The twelve areas have access to funding to address the biggest challenges they face. In Derby a local partnership board has been formed of partners including a nursery, schools, city council, DfE, Derby College, the University of Derby, business, voluntary sector, the Careers Enterprise Company and the Confederation of British Industry. The Opportunity Area Board operates as an advisory board to the DfE and is chaired by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Derby. The Opportunity Area Board has identified three main priorities, namely: o Priority 1: Increase the number of children achieving a good level of development in the early years. o Priority 2: Raise attainment in our primary and secondary schools. o Priority 3: Ensure that all our children benefit from a broad range of experiences throughout their school lives. Allied to this, are two further additional themes of mental health and also transition and pathways. We aim to seek tenders from interested parties who have a successful track record of providing professional development support to teachers and which results in notable gains in progress and attainment for pupils in the following areas: • Improving outcomes for children in Year 1 and year 2 in phonics. • Improving outcomes for children in reading at key stages 1 and 2. • Improving outcomes in key stages 1 and 2 writing. • Improving outcomes in key stages 1 and 2 mathematics. • Improving outcomes for children with English as an additional language. • Monitoring arrangements for school improvement professional development programmes. To support this, we would like to gain information from the market regarding a number of issues related to the potential procurement exercise. This Social Value Consultation is not an invitation to tender. The Council, as contracting authority, is issuing this request for information only, in order to assess the reaction of the market and thus make any potential procurement process more focused and efficient. Derby City Council wishes to ensure that in procuring services, consideration is given to how what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the area of Derby and how it can secure that improvement using the procurement process. In particular the focus is on improving and maximising the following objectives: • A thriving sustainable economy • Achieving their learning potential • Good health and well-being • Being safe and feeling safe • A strong community • An active cultural life Suggestions and comments are therefore welcomed on the existing service specification overview, as above, and how the above outcomes and social value could be maximised. Please email these to procurement@derby.gov.uk by 12.00noon on Friday 1st June 2018. The information you supply will be treated in the strictest confidence. It will not be made available to future potential bidders for the new service in the event of a tendering process taking place. This is in line with Section 43 of the Freedom of Information Act i.e. a qualified exemption in relation to ‘Commercial Interests’.

Teledermatology Service - NHS Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published April 26, 2018  -  Deadline May 14, 2018
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NHS Birmingham and Sandwell CCG Teledermatology Project NHS Sandwell & West Birmingham CCG are inviting expressions of interest for suppliers to take part in a market engagement session as part of an upcoming Teledermatology project. Suppliers must have experience of delivering software to support referral routes from Primary Care to Community and Acute Services. Suppliers must also have relevant robust Information Governance compliance to ensure patient confidentiality is not compromised and data controllers not put at any risk regardless of significance. The supplier's software can be deliverable either via a mobile APP and/or equivalent PC client software or cloud based portal. The CCG's final service specification will be based on the ability of the suppliers within the market place and their experience of delivering software to support this new Teledermatology service. As this is a new service the CCG hope to gain insight from experts from across the market to ensure that expectations are realistically aligned. There is also a high expectation and dependency that the supplier's product(s) support seamless referral processes via eRS (Electronic Referral System). The market engagement session will be planned for late May/Early June and suppliers will have the opportunity to demonstrate their product(s) to a selected number of members from the Dermatology Steering Group. This will include clinicians and service providers. If you are interested in attending the above market engagement session please express your interest via the Bravo Procurement Portal https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html, no later than 5pm on Monday 14th May 2018. Further information regarding the event including the date, location and format will be confirmed following the 14th May deadline. How to register to attend the Market Engagement Event 1. Register your company on the eSourcing portal (this is only required once) - Browse to the eSourcing Portal: https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk and click the link to register 2. Accept the terms and conditions and click 'continue' - Enter your correct business and user details -Note the user-name you chose and click 'Save' when complete - You will shortly receive an e-mail with your unique password (please keep this secure). 3. To confirm your attendance - Click 'PQQs open to all and find Teledermatology Service (PQQ_487) you can choose to 'Create Response' or to 'Decline to Respond' (please give a reason if declining) - You can now use the 'Messages' function to communicate with the buyer and seek any clarification - Note the deadline for completion 14th May 2018, then follow the on-screen instructions to complete the PQQ (there is detailed on-line help available) You must then submit your reply using the 'Submit Response' button at the top of the page. If you have any questions regarding this opportunity please use the Bravo messaging facility. Please note that

Development and Delivery of Strategy and Operational Plans

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published April 13, 2018  -  Deadline April 26, 2018
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Specialised Commissioning South has a QIPP target for 2018/19 of circa £140m and a commissioning budget allocation of circa £3 billion. Specialised Commissioning South Region has been through considerable organisational change over the past 2 years and the recent change in senior leadership has led to a clear objective of setting out clear accountability arrangements to support a focus on stabilising the financial position. The need to drive this priority also recognises some gaps in senior leadership capacity and capability. There is an urgent requirement for additional specialist expertise & capacity to accelerate the planning and delivery requirements for the organisation and establish an effective operational baseline for 18/19. Consultancy expertise is required to provide the following, starting no later that April 30th 2018 and for a period of no longer than 3 to 4 months. 1. Strategy & Operational Plan - develop the operational plan for 18/19 with a clear strategy for the organisation with appropriate engagement and ownership of the team. • Review existing strategic documents and draft operational plans and finalise plans working with the Senior Team of Specialised Commissioning south (by mid late May 2018) 2. Programme Management - implement robust business programme management arrangements to support effective QIPP development and delivery and the routine business of the organisation (including the establishment of a clear business cycle).: • Review existing PMO arrangements for the organisation, recommend improvements in the arrangements and oversee the development of the PMO function (May to July 2018). 3. QIPP Programme - rapidly review and develop the current QIPP programme including matrix management delivery arrangements, clear documentation for PIDs, delivery plans and effective monitoring documentation: • Review current QIPP Plans, documentation and recommend actions to finalise existing plans; • Identify further QIPP opportunities for development and focus in 18/19; • Finalise 18/19 QIPP Delivery Plan. By end June 2018 4. Organisational Effectiveness - review, establish and implement changes to improve organisational governance, management and operational arrangements to support delivery: • High level review of existing governance arrangements and recommendations on improvement(s); • Review corporate support functions and make recommendations on their support of the operational arrangements for the organisation and links with PMO; By end July 18 5. Organisational Development - to establish an OD programme supporting the development and delivery of the operational plan and other organisational arrangements: • Consider and summarise key OD requirements - report; • Develop and initiate OD plan in support of the objective of the organisation. By end July 18

TD1298 - Provision of Mental Health Recovery and Peer Support Services

Derby City Council | Published February 23, 2018  -  Deadline March 28, 2018
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Derby City Council (DCC) and NHS Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are working together to fund support that promotes stability and recovery for those affected by mental health issues. Derby City Council and NHS Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group wish to appoint one Service Provider to provide and deliver this service (collaborative bids are however welcome). The Successful Service Provider will contract with Derby City Council. The contract management role will be performed by NHS Hardwick Clinical Commissioning Group. The Service required is a flexible, community-based support service for people with mental health needs, to provide peer support and recovery. This Service will help Users to improve and maintain their mental health with an emphasis on recovery, self-management, independence and overall wellbeing. It is envisaged that there will be a range of support activities that will deliver these outcomes for Users on an individual and group basis. The purpose of the support Service is to ensure that local people with mental health needs have access to good quality support to promote learning; self-help; social inclusion; recovery; stability and maintenance. The Service has four core elements: • Peer Support and development of self-help groups • Recovery education • Goal-setting and individualised recovery support and • Bridge-building and developing community partnerships The retendering of this contract may give rise to the application of the European Acquired Rights Directive 77/187 and/or the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) 2006 Regulations may apply in the event of this contract being awarded to a new Service Provider. Under this procurement the Service Provider is required to participate actively in the economic and social regeneration of the locality of and surrounding the area served by Derby City Council. Accordingly contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations. There is a maximum budget of £253,000 per year for the provision of this service. The initial term of the contract is from the commencement date to the 31st March 2021. There will be an option to extend the Agreement for two years in annual increments, subject to satisfactory performance and business needs.

TD1298 - Provision of Mental Health Recovery and Peer Support Services

Derby City Council | Published February 26, 2018  -  Deadline March 28, 2018
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Derby City Council (DCC) and NHS Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are working together to fund support that promotes stability and recovery for those affected by mental health issues. Derby City Council and NHS Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group wish to appoint one Service Provider to provide and deliver this service (collaborative bids are however welcome). The Successful Service Provider will contract with Derby City Council. The contract management role will be performed by NHS Hardwick Clinical Commissioning Group. The Service required is a flexible, community-based support service for people with mental health needs, to provide peer support and recovery. This Service will help Users to improve and maintain their mental health with an emphasis on recovery, self-management, independence and overall wellbeing. It is envisaged that there will be a range of support activities that will deliver these outcomes for Users on an individual and group basis. The purpose of the support Service is to ensure that local people with mental health needs have access to good quality support to promote learning; self-help; social inclusion; recovery; stability and maintenance. The Service has four core elements: • Peer Support and development of self-help groups • Recovery education • Goal-setting and individualised recovery support and • Bridge-building and developing community partnerships The retendering of this contract may give rise to the application of the European Acquired Rights Directive 77/187 and/or the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) 2006 Regulations may apply in the event of this contract being awarded to a new Service Provider. Under this procurement the Service Provider is required to participate actively in the economic and social regeneration of the locality of and surrounding the area served by Derby City Council. Accordingly contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations. There is a maximum budget of £253,000 per year for the provision of this service. The initial term of the contract is from the commencement date to the 31st March 2021. There will be an option to extend the Agreement for two years in annual increments, subject to satisfactory performance and business needs.

TD1270 Sports and Leisure Management System

Derby City Council | Published November 10, 2017  -  Deadline January 30, 2018
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Tenders are invited for the provision of a Sport and Leisure Management System. We're looking for a system that will help us reach the next level in our operations, by improving customer experience on and off line, and by helping us to more seamlessly manage customer relationship management Derby City Council operate a number of sport and leisure facilities which include gyms, studios, swimming pools, sports halls, pitches, cycling track, golf, indoor and outdoor courts. The Sports and Leisure Management System will need to be able to manage bookings, memberships, invoices, Direct Debits, assets, and to enable the facilities to receive record and reconcile income, with an emphasis on online functionality for our customers. It is anticipated that therewill be a three to four month implementation period to allow for a Service Commencement Date (system fully operational and in use) of 01/07/2018 (TBC). The initial contract period is 3 years, estimated to commence 01/03/2018.There will be an option to extend the contract for up to 24 months in annual increments, subject to satisfactory performance and business needs. The maximum contract period is five (5) years.

Sports and Leisure Management System

Derby City Council | Published January 2, 2018  -  Deadline January 30, 2018
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Tenders are invited for the provision of a Sport and Leisure Management System. We're looking for a system that will help us reach the next level in our operations, by improving customer experience on and off line, and by helping us to more seamlessly manage customer relationship management Derby City Council operate a number of sport and leisure facilities which include gyms, studios, swimming pools, sports halls, pitches, cycling track, golf, indoor and outdoor courts. The Sports and Leisure Management System will need to be able to manage bookings, memberships, invoices, Direct Debits, assets, and to enable the facilities to receive record and reconcile income, with an emphasis on online functionality for our customers. It is anticipated that there will be a three to four month implementation period to allow for a Service Commencement Date (system fully operational and in use) of 01/07/2018 (TBC). The initial contract period is 3 years; the contract is estimated to commence 01/03/2018 and expire 28/02/2021. There will be an option to extend the contract for up to 24 months in annual increments, subject to satisfactory performance and business needs. The maximum contract period is five (5) years.

Expressions of Interest for Partners for the ACS and STP Development Partner Framework

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published December 21, 2017  -  Deadline January 8, 2018
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NHS Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit is looking for a co-venture partner or partners who can join forces and combine strengths to build an effective multi response to NHS England's ACS and STP Development Partner Framework. We have secured over £100m of new business over the last couple of years (including recently in Norfolk & Waveney CSU Support - Corporate IT and GP IT services in Essex - Global Digital Exemplar NHS England Clinical Registry and our Mental Health work - Coming Home) and continue to build strong relationships throughout the system at all levels - ACS leaders, CCG and NHS Trust leadership. In responding to the opportunities that will be presented by the new framework we are wanting to get into a serious dialogue with a partner or partners who we can work closely together with over the coming months and years, to pool experience and expertise to create a compelling Population Health Management offer to the wider health and social system. AGCSU are seeking expressions of interest from suppliers to potentially 'Co-Bid' or form some other close working relationship with as part of our response to the ACS and STP Development Partner Framework. We are particularly looking for partners who we can work with across the following lots: • 1 - Digitising care & operation services (inc. EPR) - however, not due for NHS England framework tender until mid-2018 • 2a - Local health and care records (strategy/implementation support • 2b - Local health and care records (Infrastructure) • 5 - Informatics analytics and digital tools to support system planning and evaluation • 6 - Transformation and change support • 7 - Patient empowerment & activation • 8 - Demand management & capacity planning • 9 - System assurance support We do not underestimate the opportunity that the framework (and call-offs) will bring to work with local health economies to bring advanced capabilities to make faster improvements in the quality of care and the health. This will help the well-being of their population and help drive the required cultural shift across clinicians and managers to use data in more meaningful ways . As a Commissioning Support Unit (CSU) we have good experience and a depth of knowledge in a number of areas but recognise that we are not a market leader in some of the advanced capabilities. Our business offer has some well-refined, implemented and working solutions, backed up by years of experience working with and supporting local clinicians and managers to reform the system. We have developed specialist knowledge in some of the more complex aspects of data management and sharing, including IG compliance. We are also increasingly branching out into more progressive capabilities as we work with partners to digitally transform our existing customer base, for example through command centres, predictive analytics and technologies to empower and connect to patients.