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3 LOTS High Consequence Infectious Diseases Adult and Child Interim Acute Inpatient Service

NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit on behalf of NHS England Specialised | Published December 28, 2017
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85000000

NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands CSU (AGCSU) on behalf of NHS England - Specialised Commissioning (referred to as the Commissioners) is inviting suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver High Consequence Infectious Diseases Adult and Child Interim Acute Inpatient Service to serve the NHS England Specialised commissioning area North, Midlands and East and London and the South. The procurement will consist of 3 lots covering: — Lot 1 North (one provider) - Adult services and Paediatric services, — Lot 2 Midlands and East (one provider) - Adult services and Paediatric services, — Lot 3 London and South (two providers) - Adult services and Paediatric services. As a result of this procurement, an agreement will be established with the successful bidders for a period of 2 years with the Commissioner with the option to extend the contract for up to a further 1 years.This is a new service and is expected to be fully operational, providing services from 1 April 2018. II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 1 652 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes Tenders may be submitted for one lot only Maximum number of lots that may be awarded to one tenderer: 1 II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title Lot 1 North (one provider) - Adult services and Paediatric services II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85000000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKC UKD UKE Main site or place of performance: The North II.2.4) Description of the procurement The purpose of a Special Isolation Unit (Airborne) is the safe and effective treatment of HCID that are known or suspected to be transmissible from person to person via the airborne route. The aim of the service is to provide a treatment facility that can safely and effectively manage a confirmed airborne HCID, such as MERS. The unit must be able to admit a patient and start treatment within 6 hours of a confirmed diagnosis. Adult units will each have the capacity to care for at least 2 and preferably up to 4 patients. Paediatric units will each have the capacity to treat up to two children aged sixteen and under. The preferred commissioning option is that the adult and paed units are located on the same site. Units must be able to: 1) Maintain appropriate facilities and infrastructure for patient care (the Special Isolation Unit) — ensure clear segregation of clean and potentially contaminated areas of the Special Isolation Unit. Clearly delineated pathways through the unit for staff, patients, visitors, supplies, and waste should be integrated into the structural design. — ensure patient isolation suites within the unit are at a negative pressure relative to the rest of the unit. Facilities should comply with Health Building Note 04-01 Supplement 1 for isolation facilities for infectious patients in acute settings. Air should be HEPA(or equivalent) filtered before discharge into the atmosphere. — ensure environmental monitoring is built-in to monitor the performance of negative pressure ventilation systems. — ensure that all surfaces are easy to clean. Floor, walls and other surfaces must be impervious to water and resistant to damage from disinfectants. — ensure security against disruption and crime with appropriate lock-down procedures and access and egress records in place to allow for any epidemiological follow up of potential contacts. — allow for the secure and direct transfer of patients from an ambulance to the unit. — the Special Isolation Unit must be designed to allow delivery of level 3 critical care to patients with airborne HCID. 2) Maintain a cadre of competent staff who have demonstrated through regular training and exercising that they are capable of operating a safe system of work while providing optimal clinical care — relevant staff groups (doctors, nurses, support staff such as physiotherapists and radiographers) must undergo regular training in the safe system of work, including the use of personal protective equipment, and demonstrate relevant competencies. Sufficient staff need to be trained and available to maintain an operational Special Isolation Unit for 3 weeks of continuous clinical care. — training must be complemented by exercising that tests the whole safe system of work — records of training and exercising must be maintained. — clinical care will be delivered by Infectious Diseases and ICU specialists. It must be possible to deliver level 3 critical care to patients with airborne HCID within the Special Isolation Unit for adults. For children, it must be possible to deliver level 3 critical care in an appropriate facility as above, within the Critical Care Unit. Lot 1 is estimated at £400,000 for the duration of the contract. There is an option for a provider to be a network lead the value of which is £26k for the life of the contract for the pediatric part and £26k for the life of the contract for the adults part. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 400 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2018 End: 31/03/2020 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: With the option to extend the contract for up to a further 1 years. This option has been considered when calculating the entire contract value above. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: With the option to extend the contract for up to a further 1 years. This option has been considered when calculating the entire contract value above. II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title Lot 2 Midlands and East (one provider) - Adult services and Paediatric services; II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85000000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKF UKG UKH Main site or place of performance: Midlands and East. II.2.4) Description of the procurement The purpose of a Special Isolation Unit (Airborne) is the safe and effective treatment of HCID that are known or suspected to be transmissible from person to person via the airborne route. The aim of the service is to provide a treatment facility that can safely and effectively manage a confirmed airborne HCID, such as MERS. The unit must be able to admit a patient and start treatment within 6 hours of a confirmed diagnosis. Adult units will each have the capacity to care for at least two and preferably four patients. Paediatric units will each have the capacity to treat up to two children aged sixteen and under. The preferred commissioning option is that the adult and paed units are located on the same site. Units must be able to: 1) Maintain appropriate facilities and infrastructure for patient care (the Special Isolation Unit) — ensure clear segregation of clean and potentially contaminated areas of the Special Isolation Unit. Clearly delineated pathways through the unit for staff, patients, visitors, supplies, and waste should be integrated into the structural design, — ensure patient isolation suites within the unit are at a negative pressure relative to the rest of the unit. Facilities should comply with Health Building Note 04-01 Supplement 1 for isolation facilities for infectious patients in acute settings. Air should be HEPA(or equivalent) filtered before discharge into the atmosphere, — ensure environmental monitoring is built-in to monitor the performance of negative pressure ventilation system, — ensure that all surfaces are easy to clean. Floor, walls and other surfaces must be impervious to water and resistant to damage from disinfectants. v) Ensure security against disruption and crime with appropriate lock down procedures and access and egress records in place to allow for any epidemiological follow up of potential contacts. vi) Allow for secure and direct transfer of patients from ambulance to unit. vii) The Special Isolation Unit must be designed to allow delivery of level 3 critical care to patients with airborne HCID. 2. Maintain a cadre of competent staff who have demonstrated through regular training and exercising that they are capable of operating a safe system of work while providing optimal clinical care i) Relevant staff groups (doctors, nurses, support staff such as physiotherapists and radiographers) must undergo regular training in the safe system of work, including the use of personal protective equipment, and demonstrate relevant competencies. Sufficient staff need to be trained and available to maintain an operational Special Isolation Unit for 3 weeks of continuous clinical care. ii) Training must be complemented by exercising that tests the whole safe system of work iii) Records of training and exercising must be maintained. iv) Clinical care will be delivered by Infectious Diseases and ICU specialists. It must be possible to deliver level 3 critical care to patients with airborne HCID within the Special Isolation Unit for adults. For children it must be possible to deliver level 3 critical care in an appropriate facility as above, within the Critical Care Unit. Lot 2 is estimated at £400,000 for the duration of the contract. There is an option for a provider to be a network lead the value of which is £26k for the life of the contract for the paediatric part and £26k for the life of the contract for the adults part. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 400 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2018 End: 31/03/2020 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: With the option to extend the contract for up to a further 1 years. This option has been considered when calculating the entire contract value above. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: With the option to extend the contract for up to a further 1 years. This option has been considered when calculating the entire contract value above. II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 3 II.2.1) Title Lot 3 London and South (two providers) - Adult services and Paediatric services; II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85000000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKI UKJ UKK Main site or place of performance: London and the South. II.2.4) Description of the procurement The purpose of a Special Isolation Unit (Airborne) is the safe and effective treatment of HCID that are known or suspected to be transmissible from person to person via the airborne route. The aim of the service is provide a treatment facility that can safely and effectively manage a confirmed airborne HCID, such as MERS. The unit must be able to admit a patient and start treatment within 6 hours of a confirmed diagnosis. Adult units will each have the capacity to care for at least two and preferably four patients. Paediatric units will each have the capacity to treat up to two children aged sixteen and under. The preferred commissioning option is that the adult and paed units are located on the same site. Units must be able to: 1. Maintain appropriate facilities and infrastructure for patient care (the Special Isolation Unit) i) Ensure clear segregation of clean and potentially contaminated areas of the Special Isolation Unit. Clearly delineated pathways through the unit for staff, patients, visitors, supplies and waste should be integrated into the structural design. ii) Ensure patient isolation suites within the unit are at negative pressure relative to the rest of the unit. Facilities should comply with Health Building Note 04-01 Supplement 1 for isolation facilities for infectious patients in acute settings. Air should be HEPA(or equivalent) filtered before discharge into the atmosphere. iii) Ensure environmental monitoring is built-in to monitor the performance of negative pressure ventilation systems. iv) Ensure that all surfaces are easy to clean. Floor, walls and other surfaces must be impervious to water and resistant to damage from disinfectants. v) Ensure security against disruption and crime with appropriate lock down procedures and access and egress records in place to allow for any epidemiological follow up of potential contacts. vi) Allow for secure and direct transfer of patients from ambulance to unit. vii) The Special Isolation Unit must be designed to allow delivery of level 3 critical care to patients with airborne HCID. 2. Maintain a cadre of competent staff who have demonstrated through regular training and exercising that they are capable of operating a safe system of work while providing optimal clinical care i) Relevant staff groups (doctors, nurses, support staff such as physiotherapists and radiographers) must undergo regular training in the safe system of work, including the use of personal protective equipment, and demonstrate relevant competencies. Sufficient staff need to be trained and available to maintain an operational Special Isolation Unit for 3 weeks of continuous clinical care. ii) Training must be complemented by exercising that tests the whole safe system of work iii) Records of training and exercising must be maintained. iv) Clinical care will be delivered by Infectious Diseases and ICU specialists. It must be possible to deliver level 3 critical care to patients with airborne HCID within the Special Isolation Unit for adults. For children it must be possible to deliver level 3 critical care in an appropriate facility as above, within the Critical Care Unit. Lot 3 is estimated at £400,000 per provider for the duration of the contract (or £800,000 in total). There is an option for a provider to be a network lead the value of which is £26k for the life of the contract for the paediatric part and £26k for the life of the contract for the adults part. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 800 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2018 End: 31/03/2020 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: With the option to extend the contract for up to a further 1 years. This option has been considered when calculating the entire contract value above. Lot 3 is estimated at £400,000 per provider for the duration of the contract (or £800,000 in total). II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: With the option to extend the contract for up to a further 1 years. This option has been considered when calculating the entire contract value above. II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: The Contracting Authority reserves the right to require groupings of contractors to take a particular legal form or to require one party to undertake primary legal liability or to require that each party undertakes joint and several liability. III.1.2) Economic and financial standing List and brief description of selection criteria: Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents. Parent company or other guarantee bonds, deposits, insurance or other forms of security may be required in certain circumstances. III.1.3) Technical and professional ability Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 154-319485 IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 22/01/2018 Local time: 17:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 22/01/2018 Local time: 17:00 Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.3) Additional information NHS Arden and GEM CSU are managing this Procurement in accordance with the Light Touch regime of the Public 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 Light Touch regime services: Suppliers Instructions to apply: 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 — 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) Submit an application: — login to the portal with the username/password, — click the ‘ITTs Open To All Suppliers' link. (the ITT functionality of Bravo is open to any registered supplier), — click on the relevant ITT_915; ITT_916; ITT_917 to access the content, — click the ‘Express Interest' button at the top of the page, — this will move the ITT into your ‘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 'ITT Details' box. 3) Responding to the tender: — click ‘My Response' under ‘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 onscreen instructions to complete the ITT, — there may be a mixture of online and offline actions for you to perform (there is detailed online 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 online help, or contact the eTendering help-desk. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body NHS Arden and GEM Commissioning Support Unit Cardinal Square, 10 Nottingham Road Derby DE1 3QT UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 22/12/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: Neli.Garbuzanova@ardengemcsu.nhs.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 85000000Health and social work servicesOther Services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. 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Evaluations of Model of Community FCAMHS (LOT 1) and of the Framework of Secure Staires (lot 2).

NHS Arden and GEM CSU on behalf of NHS England | Published August 25, 2017
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79419000

Arden & GEM CSU acting on behalf of NHS England — Health and Justice and Specialised Commissioning are inviting suitably qualified organisations to offer high quality evaluation of: 1) Lot 1: Evaluation of Model of Specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services for High Risk Young People with Complex Needs (Community Forensic CAMHS — WP1); 2) Lot 2: Evaluation of the Framework of Integrated Care for the Children and Young People's Secure Estate (SECURE STAIRS — WP2). The procurement will consist of two lots. Organisations will be able to bid for more than one lot. The contract will be for 3 years with planned commencement date 1 April 2018. The financial envelope for each Lot is 150 000 GBP per annum excluding VAT (450 000 GBP in total per each LOT for the duration of the contract). If you wish to submit a bid please register on https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk. The ITT reference numbers are: — itt_811 for Qualification Questionnaire — itt_812 for Lot 1 — itt_813 for Lot 2. II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 900 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes Tenders may be submitted for all lots II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title Lot 1: Evaluation of Model of Specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services for High Risk Young People with Complex Needs (Community Forensic CAMHS — WP1) II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 79419000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK Main site or place of performance: United Kingdom. II.2.4) Description of the procurement LOT 1: Evaluation of Model of Specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services for High Risk Young People with Complex Needs (Community Forensic CAMHS — WP1) Deliverables for the Community FCAMHS WP1 (the project subject to evaluation), include: — Improved mental health and wellbeing among this cohort of children by identifying and addressing the mental health needs of high risk children and young people in a range of secure, residential and community settings; — Support to access to relevant provision across agencies in line with the children or young person's identified needs, including transition to secure, other residential or adult services; — Local provision that is supplemented with specific specialist input where necessary; — Reduction of risk of harm from self-harm, suicide, substance misuse, violence and other harmful behaviours linked to poor mental health; — Reduction in offending and risk of offending; — Promotion of social inclusion and parity of provision for children and young people within the service remit; — Improvement of life chances in relation to better health, education, housing and employment opportunities; — Promoting parity of approach in services that care for this cohort of children, so children experience care and treatment delivered by a psychologically informed and trauma-aware workforce. Specific deliverables for the Evaluation (the project subject to this procurement), include: The provider will be required to demonstrate/ achieve the following outcomes: — Capacity, capability and organisation, able to produce results from the outset. — Pragmatic, realistic, persistent, persuasive and authoritative in advisory role. — Development of an acceptable evaluation framework incorporating meaningful, pragmatic outcome measures. which might include: o Improvement in cross-agency process and joint working to impact on children/ young people's mental health with a clear identified role for F:CAMHS. o Clear evidence that children/ young people's complex mental health needs are being addressed in a timely, graded, more consistent and more informed manner. o Evidence of sustained improvement in children and young people's ability to live safely within the community or, if not, evidence that this has been recognised and appropriate further measures have been taken. — Establishment of national data collection process. — Quantitative data management and interpretation (activity/ target population). — Qualitative evaluation of feedback from various sources. — Economic analysis; evaluation shows whether investment via the Children and Young People Mental Health Transformation funding has been successful in producing benefits for children and young people and for wider society and therefore whether value for money has been demonstrated. — Linkage with other data requirements (eg. national KPIs/ quality measures). — Clear strategy for communication of results (shorter and longer term). — Production of fit for purpose and publishable reports. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 450 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2018 End: 31/03/2021 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information If you wish to submit a bid and access the tender documentation please register on https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk. The a) Bravo project reference is project_846 — Children and Young People's Mental Health Transformation Workstream. b) The ITT reference numbers for Lot 1 are: — itt_811 for Qualification Questionnaire — itt_812 for Technical and Commercial Envelope (LOT 1). Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title Lot 2: Evaluation of the Framework of Integrated Care for the Children and Young People's Secure Estate (secure Stairs — WP2) II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 79419000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK Main site or place of performance: United Kingdom. II.2.4) Description of the procurement LOT 2: Evaluation of the Framework of Integrated Care for the Children and Young People's Secure Estate (secure Stairs — WP2) Deliverables for the Secure Stairs Framework WP2 (the project subject to evaluation), include: — Improved training for staff to help them understand the needs of and appropriate interventions for these children and young people, including staff trained and supported to work within the integrated framework of care (secure Stairs); — A framework that ensures children and young people receive the same type of care irrespective of location in England, built on a consistent evidence-based approach; — Comprehensive formulation and care for each child; — Improved unit environment — less high risk behaviours in units, higher staff satisfaction; — Improved relationships and communication with staff and other young people; — Development of an evidence base to demonstrate performance; — Development of and monitoring of individual goals for each child's stay in a secure setting; — Goals for stay developed with young person's ‘home’ environment; — The enabling of reintegration of young people into mainstream provision, where this is appropriate; — Effective and therapeutic pathways into adult and/ or community based provision; — Improvement of life chances in relation to better health, education, housing and employment opportunities. Specific deliverables for the Evaluation (the project subject to this procurement) include: — Improvement in the secure estate environment in order to impact on young people's mental health. Examples: — reduced placement moves; reduced vacancies/use of agency residential staff; increased ‘caregiver sensitivity’; improvement in residential ‘climate’; increased staff retention; reduced staff sickness; improved staff confidence and morale as measured by setting specific staff surveys; reduced number of restraints. — Direct Improvement in young people's mental health and well-being whilst on the estate. Examples: — reduced frequency and severity of high risk behaviours (e.g. self-harm, violence);reduction in scores on standardised symptom measures; reduction in the number of young people meeting the diagnostic criteria for a mental health disorder on discharge; young people meeting the Secure Stairs targets agreed for them by end of stay. — Evidence of sustained improvement in young people's ability to live safely within the community. Examples: — reduced rate of readmission to the secure estate; reduced frequency and severity of offending behaviour after a stay in the secure estate; increased frequency of engagement in education after a stay in the secure estate; young people sustaining Secure Stairs targets met whilst in the secure estate; improved co-ordination of stakeholders involved with young person. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 450 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2018 End: 31/03/2021 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information If you wish to submit a bid and access the tender documentation please register on https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk. The a) Bravo project reference is project_846 — Children and Young People's Mental Health Transformation Workstream. b) The ITT reference numbers for Lot 2 are: — itt_811 for Qualification Questionnaire — itt_813 for Technical and Commercial Envelope (lot 2). Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: The Contracting Authority reserves the right to require groupings of contractors to take a particular legal form or to require one party to undertake primary legal liability or to require that each party undertakes joint and several liability. III.1.2) Economic and financial standing List and brief description of selection criteria: Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents. Parent company or other guarantee bonds, deposits, insurance or other forms of security may be required in certain circumstances. III.1.3) Technical and professional ability Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 124-252129 IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 26/09/2017 Local time: 17:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 26/09/2017 Local time: 17:00 Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.3) Additional information Arden and GEM CSU is managing this Procurement in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations2015 (the “Regulations”). The Contracting Authority will be using an eTendering system in this procurement exercise. 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 eSourcing 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 username/password. — Click the ‘PQQs / ITTs Open To All Suppliers' link. (These are Pre-Qualification Questionnaires or Invitationsto Tender open to any registered supplier). — Click on the relevant ITT [itt_811 Qualification Questionnaire for both Lots; itt_812 Technical and Commercial Envelope Lot 1; itt_813 Technical and Commercial Envelope Lot 2] 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 onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ ITT. — There may be a mixture of on-line 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 help-desk. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body NHS Arden and GEM Commissioning Support Unit Cardinal Square, 10 Nottingham Road Derby DE1 3QT UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 23/08/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: Neli.Garbuzanova@ardengemcsu.nhs.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 79419000Evaluation consultancy servicesBusiness and management consultancy services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

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.

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).

Contract Notice for the provision of Walk In Centre and GP registered services at Rouen House, Norwich related procurement.

Arden and GEM CSU | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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Contract Notice for the provision of Walk In Centre and GP registered services at Rouen House, Norwich related procurement. Description of the procurement opportunity: Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (AG CSU), acting on behalf of the NHS England Midlands and East (East) seeks a provider to offer high quality and safe Walk-In centre (WIC) as well as GP registered services (i.e. primary medical services in accordance with General Medical Service Regulations) from the existing purpose built premises located at Rouen House, Rouen Road, Norwich from 1.10.2016. Approximately 64 500 patient contacts were made at this Walk-In centre in year 2014/15 and circa 9 389 un-weighted (8 117 weighted) patients benefited from the GP registered services. Under the co-commissioning intentions, NHS England Midlands and East (East) (now onwards will be referred to as ‘The commissioners’) will be the lead contracting and commissioning authority for the contract resultant from this procurement. The Commissioner will work closely with the local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) which includes Norwich CCG, North Norfolk CCG and South Norfolk CCG. It is expected that the procurement tender will be advertised around 17.12.2015. Rouen House is the only surgery in central Norfolk where Walk-In medical Services are provided and it is one of 23 GP practices providing primary medical services within Norwich CCG area. The GP registered services element of the proposed contract covers most of the central Norwich and extends to Costessey in the west and out to Postwick in the east. It covers parts of Spixworth and Rackheath to the north of Norwich and extends out to the A47 south of Norwich. Norwich has been identified as the main focus for growth in the East of England and current population of 215 000 is forecasted to rise by 40 000 by 2026. There is significant housing growth planned in Norwich and the surrounding area. The main local acute hospital is the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Trust; community services are provided by Norfolk Community Health and Care (NCH&C), and mental health services by the Norfolk and Suffolk Mental Health Foundation Trust. For the above described service provision AG CSU would like to encourage innovative solutions including consortia, strategic alliances and sub-contracts which will deliver value for money and improved services to patients. The services must be provided by GPs and Nurses. They will be required to deliver an outcome based service to both registered and un-registered patients (as appropriate) that should include: 1) High quality Primary Medical Services responsive to the needs of the local population; 2) Provision of professional advice to patients and promotion of healthy living with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of ill health; 3) Provision of all essential and additional services such as: 1. Cervical screening; 2. Contraceptive services; 3. Maternity medical services; 4. Vaccinations and immunisations; 5. Minor surgery; 6. Child health surveillance; 4) All Enhanced Services commissioned by NHS England, the local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and the local authority; 5) Robust business management systems and processes for improved patient experience; 6) Financial management — efficient use and maximisation of available resources. Maintain financial control within the available budget. The Service Specification will be fully developed following patient engagement and the successful provider will need to demonstrate that they can deliver service(s) of a continuously high-quality, ensure a sustainable workforce and be responsive to the needs of the local population. Keeping in line with the vision set out in the ‘Five Year Forward View’ the service providers will be required to operate the Walk In Centre from 7:00-21:00, 7 days per week and the GP registered service from 8:00-20:00, 7 days per week for registered patients. The providers will be required to establish and maintain best practices and use them for continuous service improvement during the term of the contract. The providers will also need to adopt applicable national guidance. The commissioners are seeking patient centred solutions for the provision of service that consistently delivers high levels of patient satisfaction. They would like to encourage innovation and use of technology within service delivery. They would like service provider to take into account key findings of the recent ‘Enable East’ review which showed that the Walk-in Centre in Norwich is: a) Mainly used by younger and working age people; b) Mainly used by those working in the city and by young people seeking anonymity; c) Utilised during the surgery opening hours during the week; d) Primarily used because people did not have to book an appointment or because it was easier or more convenient than other options. The service provider should deliver service with the following aims in mind: * The increased and right access — the method of service delivery needs to be flexible to meet the varying patient needs, * The right clinical assessment — specialist assessment for children and elderly patients or that with a disability, * The right timing — the timely inspection and screening of vulnerable patients for prevention of any complications (applicable to GP registered services), * Quality — ensuring the service has the right staff, location, hours, close links to other services involved with that individual patient and robust clinical governance, * Shared systems — both primary and secondary care services are able to share patient information, * Data — detailed data collection to better understand usage and need for future WIC services, * Clarity for Patients — where to go for what needs. Be simple for people to access, understand and navigate, * Efficiency — Making the most of available resources through applying the principle of ‘making every patient contact count’, * Patient focused — The services should be integrated around the patient. For example providing sexual health services or preventative mental health support aimed at the young and working age population who are major users of the WIC, * Demand management — Plan staff availability and build capacity in a way that it can best meet the service demand and provide value for the money for the commissioners. Contract value: Based on the current contract it is anticipated that the value of the contract for Walk In Centre will be in the region of 2 366 843 GBP for both services per annum exclusive of VAT (VAT is not applicable to the GP services). Premises, QOF and enhanced services payments will be paid separately as appropriate. The contract and its duration: The commissioners intend to procure the services advertised within this procurement under the terms of an NHS Standard APMS contract for 3 years + 2 years possible extension subject to annual reviews. Type of procurement procedure: The procurement will be conducted as on OJEU (Part B) Service Contract using the Open Procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2006. Award criteria: The most economically advantageous tender derived using the criteria stated in the specifications of the Invitation to Tender (ITT). Where to find further information regarding this procurement? The procurement relating to this Contract notice will be advertised on Contracts Finder (www.online.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk) as well as on Office Journal of European Union (OJEU). This procurement will be administered or conducted via the AG CSU's e-Tendering portal known as Bravo solutions. Providers wishing to submit their tenders for this opportunity must register with AG CSU's e-Tendering portal by visiting following web link: ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk Full details regarding this procurement opportunity will be available there. Once registered, providers must take following steps: 1. Log in within the portal with the username/password, 2. Click on ‘View Current Opportunities’ sections, 3. Find appropriate project and click on it, 4. Click the ‘Express Interest’ button at the top of the page, 5. On the next screen please go to ‘My Procurement Projects’ and click on ‘ITT Open To All Supplier’ section, 6. Follow further instructions and answer any questions asked there. Also, provide additional procurement specific information (if required). Additional Information: 1. The contracting Authority intends to use an e-Tendering system for this procurement exercise and reserves the right to use a reverse auction, 2. Variants may be accepted by AG CSU at their discretion provided that they meet the core requirements set out in the invitation to tender, 3. Tenders and all supporting information must be priced in sterling and completed in English (or full translation provided at no cost), 4. Any contract entered into, be considered a contract made in England in accordance with English Law and which shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, 5. AG CSU or the contracting Authority participating within this procurement exercise shall not be liable for any costs by those expressing an interest or concern for this contract opportunity, 6. NHS England Midlands and East (East) and AG CSU reserve the right at all times acting in their absolute discretion, not to award a contract, to make changes to the structure, format, procedures, CPV codes and timing of the procurement process and to cancel or vary the process in its entirety or any part of it. Contract value and activity levels have been derived based on the past experience. There is no guarantee that they will remain at these levels in the future. The actual contract value and activity levels may defer during the period of service provision.

Contract Notice for the provision of Walk In Centre and GP registered services at Rouen House, Norwi

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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Contract Notice for the provision of Walk In Centre and GP registered services at Rouen House, Norwich related procurement. Description of the procurement opportunity: Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (AG CSU), acting on behalf of the NHS England Midlands and East (East) seeks a provider to offer high quality and safe Walk-In centre (WIC) as well as GP registered services (i.e. primary medical services in accordance with General Medical Service Regulations) from the existing purpose built premises located at Rouen House, Rouen Road, Norwich from 1.10.2016. Approximately 64 500 patient contacts were made at this Walk-In centre in year 2014/15 and circa 9 389 un-weighted (8 117 weighted) patients benefited from the GP registered services. Under the co-commissioning intentions, NHS England Midlands and East (East) (now onwards will be referred to as ‘The commissioners’) will be the lead contracting and commissioning authority for the contract resultant from this procurement. The Commissioner will work closely with the local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) which includes Norwich CCG, North Norfolk CCG and South Norfolk CCG. It is expected that the procurement tender will be advertised around 17.12.2015. Rouen House is the only surgery in central Norfolk where Walk-In medical Services are provided and it is one of 23 GP practices providing primary medical services within Norwich CCG area. The GP registered services element of the proposed contract covers most of the central Norwich and extends to Costessey in the west and out to Postwick in the east. It covers parts of Spixworth and Rackheath to the north of Norwich and extends out to the A47 south of Norwich. Norwich has been identified as the main focus for growth in the East of England and current population of 215 000 is forecasted to rise by 40 000 by 2026. There is significant housing growth planned in Norwich and the surrounding area. The main local acute hospital is the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Trust; community services are provided by Norfolk Community Health and Care (NCH&C), and mental health services by the Norfolk and Suffolk Mental Health Foundation Trust. For the above described service provision AG CSU would like to encourage innovative solutions including consortia, strategic alliances and sub-contracts which will deliver value for money and improved services to patients. The services must be provided by GPs and Nurses. They will be required to deliver an outcome based service to both registered and un-registered patients (as appropriate) that should include: 1) High quality Primary Medical Services responsive to the needs of the local population; 2) Provision of professional advice to patients and promotion of healthy living with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of ill health; 3) Provision of all essential and additional services such as: 1. Cervical screening; 2. Contraceptive services; 3. Maternity medical services; 4. Vaccinations and immunisations; 5. Minor surgery; 6. Child health surveillance; 4) All Enhanced Services commissioned by NHS England, the local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and the local authority; 5) Robust business management systems and processes for improved patient experience; 6) Financial management — efficient use and maximisation of available resources. Maintain financial control within the available budget. The Service Specification will be fully developed following patient engagement and the successful provider will need to demonstrate that they can deliver service(s) of a continuously high-quality, ensure a sustainable workforce and be responsive to the needs of the local population. Keeping in line with the vision set out in the ‘Five Year Forward View’ the service providers will be required to operate the Walk In Centre from 7:00-21:00, 7 days per week and the GP registered service from 8:00-20:00, 7 days per week for registered patients. The providers will be required to establish and maintain best practices and use them for continuous service improvement during the term of the contract. The providers will also need to adopt applicable national guidance. The commissioners are seeking patient centred solutions for the provision of service that consistently delivers high levels of patient satisfaction. They would like to encourage innovation and use of technology within service delivery. They would like service provider to take into account key findings of the recent ‘Enable East’ review which showed that the Walk-in Centre in Norwich is: a) Mainly used by younger and working age people; b) Mainly used by those working in the city and by young people seeking anonymity; c) Utilised during the surgery opening hours during the week; d) Primarily used because people did not have to book an appointment or because it was easier or more convenient than other options. The service provider should deliver service with the following aims in mind: * The increased and right access — the method of service delivery needs to be flexible to meet the varying patient needs, * The right clinical assessment — specialist assessment for children and elderly patients or that with a disability, * The right timing — the timely inspection and screening of vulnerable patients for prevention of any complications (applicable to GP registered services), * Quality — ensuring the service has the right staff, location, hours, close links to other services involved with that individual patient and robust clinical governance, * Shared systems — both primary and secondary care services are able to share patient information, * Data — detailed data collection to better understand usage and need for future WIC services, * Clarity for Patients — where to go for what needs. Be simple for people to access, understand and navigate, * Efficiency — Making the most of available resources through applying the principle of ‘making every patient contact count’, * Patient focused — The services should be integrated around the patient. For example providing sexual health services or preventative mental health support aimed at the young and working age population who are major users of the WIC, * Demand management — Plan staff availability and build capacity in a way that it can best meet the service demand and provide value for the money for the commissioners. Contract value: Based on the current contract it is anticipated that the value of the contract for Walk In Centre will be in the region of 2 366 843 GBP for both services per annum exclusive of VAT (VAT is not applicable to the GP services). Premises, QOF and enhanced services payments will be paid separately as appropriate. The contract and its duration: The commissioners intend to procure the services advertised within this procurement under the terms of an NHS Standard APMS contract for 3 years + 2 years possible extension subject to annual reviews. Type of procurement procedure: The procurement will be conducted as on OJEU (Part B) Service Contract using the Open Procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2006. Award criteria: The most economically advantageous tender derived using the criteria stated in the specifications of the Invitation to Tender (ITT). Where to find further information regarding this procurement? The procurement relating to this Contract notice will be advertised on Contracts Finder (www.online.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk) as well as on Office Journal of European Union (OJEU). This procurement will be administered or conducted via the AG CSU's e-Tendering portal known as Bravo solutions. Providers wishing to submit their tenders for this opportunity must register with AG CSU's e-Tendering portal by visiting following web link: ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk Full details regarding this procurement opportunity will be available there. Once registered, providers must take following steps: 1. Log in within the portal with the username/password, 2. Click on ‘View Current Opportunities’ sections, 3. Find appropriate project and click on it, 4. Click the ‘Express Interest’ button at the top of the page, 5. On the next screen please go to ‘My Procurement Projects’ and click on ‘ITT Open To All Supplier’ section, 6. Follow further instructions and answer any questions asked there. Also, provide additional procurement specific information (if required). Additional Information: 1. The contracting Authority intends to use an e-Tendering system for this procurement exercise and reserves the right to use a reverse auction, 2. Variants may be accepted by AG CSU at their discretion provided that they meet the core requirements set out in the invitation to tender, 3. Tenders and all supporting information must be priced in sterling and completed in English (or full translation provided at no cost), 4. Any contract entered into, be considered a contract made in England in accordance with English Law and which shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, 5. AG CSU or the contracting Authority participating within this procurement exercise shall not be liable for any costs by those expressing an interest or concern for this contract opportunity, 6. NHS England Midlands and East (East) and AG CSU reserve the right at all times acting in their absolute discretion, not to award a contract, to make changes to the structure, format, procedures, CPV codes and timing of the procurement process and to cancel or vary the process in its entirety or any part of it. Contract value and activity levels have been derived based on the past experience. There is no guarantee that they will remain at these levels in the future. The actual contract value and activity levels may defer during the period of service provision.

Hertfordshire Domiciliary Dental Service.

Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit | Published August 29, 2017
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Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit on behalf of NHS England — Central Midlands (the Commissioner) is inviting suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver Domiciliary Dental Services for Hertfordshire for people who are resident in care homes, or require the service of a domiciliary dentist within Hertfordshire. The service is anticipated to commence on 1.4.2018 for a contract duration of 5 years till 31.3.2023 under a PDS agreement. Lot 1: Within East and North Herts CCG Boundaries 148 600 GBP (minimum 742 COT and maximum 860 COT) Lot 2: Within Herts Valleys CCG Boundaries 179 700 GBP (minimum 876 COT and 1 040 COT) Bidders are to note the deadline for ITT submissions is Friday 29th September at 12:00. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes Tenders may be submitted for all lots II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title East and North Hertfordshire CCG Boundaries II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85130000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH23 II.2.4) Description of the procurement The service is expected to deliver appropriate oral health care to all patients whose circumstances make it impossible, unreasonable or otherwise impractical for them to receive care in a dental surgery. This should include: a) a full examination and cancer screening, b) oral health risk assessment, c) treatment, d) oral health care education. The Service will provide dental services for residential, nursing and care homes and patients confined to their own homes. Patients eligible for treatment under this service will have long term and/or progressive medical conditions; mental illness or dementia, causing disorientation and confusion in unfamiliar environments; or increasing frailty which means that they are not able to travel to a dental surgery. The contract value for Lot 1 — Within East and North Herts CCG Boundaries 148 600 GBP per annum (excluding VAT). II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 60 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: This will be taken into consideration towards the end of the contract duration. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title Herts Valleys CCG Boundaries II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85130000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH23 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Please see Lot 1 for a description of services. The contract value for Lot 2 — Within Herts Valleys CCG Boundaries 179 700 GBP per annum (excluding VAT ). II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 60 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: This will be taken into consideration towards the end of the contract duration. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: The Contracting Authority reserves the right to require groupings of contractors to take a particular legal form or to require one party to undertake primary legal liability or to require that each party undertakes joint and several liability. III.1.2) Economic and financial standing Minimum level(s) of standards required: Parent company or other guarantee bonds, deposits, insurance or other forms of security may be required in certain circumstances. III.1.3) Technical and professional ability Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 29/09/2017 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 29/09/2017 Local time: 12:00 Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.3) Additional information Arden and GEM CSU is managing this Procurement in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the “Regulations”). The Services are being procured as “Schedule 3 — Social and Other Specific Services” and AGCSU is bound only by those parts of the Regulations applying to Schedule 3 services. The Contracting Authority will be using an eTendering system in this procurement exercise. 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 eSourcing 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 username/ 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 ITT 760 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 onscreen instructions to complete the ITT — There may be a mixture of on-line 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. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit 10 Nottingham Road Derby DE1 3QT UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 25/08/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: Neelam.Saroe@ardengemcsu.nhs.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 85130000Dental practice and related servicesHealth services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

NHS England — Psychosocial substance misuse services at HMP Highpoint, HMP Warren Hill, HMP Hollesle

Arden & GEM CSU on behalf of NHS England | Published August 23, 2017
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85000000

Psychosocial substance misuse services at HMP Highpoint, HMP Warren Hill, HMP Hollesley Bay, HMP Norwich, HMP Bure and HMP Wayland. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH Main site or place of performance: HMP Highpoint, HMP Warren Hill, HMP Hollesley Bay, HMP Norwich, HMP Bure and HMP Wayland. II.2.4) Description of the procurement NHS Arden GEM CSU on behalf of NHS England — Health & Justice East Area Team (The Contracting Authority) is inviting suitable organisations to tender for the provision of Psychosocial substance misuse services at HMP Highpoint, HMP Warren Hill, HMP Hollesley Bay, HMP Norwich, HMP Bure and HMP Wayland. Organisations wishing to submit a bid will need to register on the Arden GEM Bravo solutions website and complete the ITT documentation at the following location: https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html The ITT documentation should be completed by the closing date of 15:00 hrs on 22.9.2017. All submissions will be evaluated using pre-determined scoring criteria. The ITT reference is itt_798. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2018 End: 31/03/2023 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: The Contracting Authority reserves the right to require groupings of contractors to take a particular legal form or to require one party to undertake primary legal liability or to require that each party undertakes joint and several liability. III.1.2) Economic and financial standing List and brief description of selection criteria: Parent company or other guarantee bonds, deposits, insurance or other forms of security may be required in certain circumstances. III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 22/09/2017 Local time: 15:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 22/09/2017 Local time: 15:30 Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.3) Additional information Arden and GEM CSU is managing this Procurement in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the “Regulations”). The Service is being procured under “Schedule 3 — Social and Other Specific Services”. 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. The Contracting Authority will be using an eTendering system in this procurement exercise. 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 eSourcing 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 username/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 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 onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ ITT. — There may be a mixture of on-line 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 help-desk. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Arden GEM CSU Cardinal Square, Nottingham Road Derby DE1 3QT UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 21/08/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: Divyang.Jagiwala@ardengemcsu.nhs.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 85000000Health and social work servicesOther Services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

NHS England = Offender Personality Disorders.

Arden and GEM CSU on behalf of NHS England | Published September 9, 2017
cpvs
85000000

Provision of Services for Offender Personality Disorder Services in HMP Whatton and HMP North Sea Camp. II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 420 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKF Main site or place of performance: HMP Whatton and HMP North Sea Camp. II.2.4) Description of the procurement NHS Arden GEM CSU on behalf of NHS England (The Contracting Authority) is inviting suitable organisations to tender for the provision of Offender Personality Disorder Services at HMP Whatton and HMP North Sea Camp. Organisations wishing to submit a bid will need to register on the Arden GEM Bravo solutions website and complete the ITT documentation at the following location: https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html The ITT documentation should be completed by the closing date of 12:00 on 16.10.2017. All submissions will be evaluated using pre-determined scoring criteria. The ITT reference is itt_767 and will be available from 12.9.2017 There will be an opportunity to visit each location on 21.9.2017 for HMP North Sea Camp, and on 25.9.2017 for HMP Whatton. If you wish to do so please contact Heather Kingaby (Heather.Kingaby@hmps.gsi.gov.uk) Tel: 01949 803353. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/04/2018 End: 31/03/2020 This contract is subject to renewal: No II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: The Contracting Authority reserves the right to require groupings of contractors to take a particular legal form or to require one party to undertake primary legal liability or to require that each party undertakes joint and several liability. III.1.2) Economic and financial standing List and brief description of selection criteria: Parent company or other guarantee bonds, deposits, insurance or other forms of security may be required in certain circumstances. III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 16/10/2017 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 16/10/2017 Local time: 12:30 Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.3) Additional information Arden and GEM CSU is managing this Procurement in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the “Regulations”). The Service is being procured under “Schedule 3 — Social and Other Specific Services”. 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. The Contracting Authority will be using an eTendering system in this procurement exercise. 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 eSourcing 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 username/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 ITT 767 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 on-line 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 help-desk. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body NHS Arden GEM CSU Cardinal Square, Nottingham Road Derby DE1 3QT UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 06/09/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: chris.horrocks@ardengemcsu.nhs.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 85000000Health and social work servicesOther Services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

TD1214 — Framework for the Provision of Community Based Day Opportunities for 16+ Years

Derby City Council | Published December 22, 2017
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85300000

Service Providers of the framework will offer a programme of meaningful, stimulating community based dayopportunities for people of 16 years and over in two main groups: — People with profound, multiple learning disabilities and complex communication and health needs, — People with Autism, Complex Communication needs and behaviours which may challenge. Service Providers will provide support and where required, personal care based on assessed needs in a waythat suits the Customers needs and preferences. Customers may have complex needs, those with a learning disability and/or autism and with mental healthdifficulties. Some may have behaviours that are at times considered to ‘challenge’. Call-off contracts can be awarded by the Authority or the Customer (end user). II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 3 990 000.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85310000 85312100 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKF11 Main site or place of performance: Derby. II.2.4) Description of the procurement Service Providers of the framework will offer a programme of meaningful, stimulating community based dayopportunities for people of 16 years and over in two main groups: — People with profound, multiple learning disabilities and complex communication and health needs, — People with Autism, Complex Communication needs and behaviours which may challenge. Service Providers will provide support and where required, personal care based on assessed needs in a waythat suits the Customers’ needs and preferences. Customers may have complex needs, those with a learning disability and/or autism and with mental healthdifficulties. Some may have behaviours that are at times considered to ‘challenge’. Call-off contracts can be awarded by the Authority or the Customers (end user). It is envisaged that Derby City Council will be the principal user of the Framework, however the Council wishesto encourage the culture of direct payments and over time the principal users may become the Customers.The Authority also reserves the right to use other procurement routes for some specific requirements. Thereis no guarantee given as to the quantity or regularity of call off contracts to be made. For these reasons, noguarantees of business value or volume can be given. Service Providers will have to form their own views as tothe potential for such an arrangement. This process is being run under the 'Light Touch Regime' in accordance with Public Contracts Regulations 2015(regulations 74-77). Conditions relating to environmental and social requirements of the contracting authority may be included in thiscontract. Anticipated start date is 1st November 2017. The initial contract period is for 12 months, with an option to extend annually for another two years (maximumterm of 3 years in total). Operation of the Framework. The Authority or Customers will be permitted to use the Framework in a number of ways by ‘calling off, or byre-opening competition and running a ‘further competition’ exercise amongst Service Providers party to theFramework. The Authority / Customers wishing to procure services via the Framework will normally do so in one of the twofollowing ways: 1. By Direct Award. 2. By Conducting a Further Competition. Further details are provided in the tender documentation. Procurement Evaluation Process: The procurement process adopted by Derby City Council is based on the flexibility provided by the Light TouchRegime (Regulation s74 to 77) tendering procedure as detailed in the Public Contract Regulations 2015. In brief,the process will be as follows: — All organisations expressing an interest in the Framework Agreement have been sent an invitation to tenderdocument, — An initial examination will be made to establish the completeness of submitted tenders. The Authorityreserves the right to disqualify any tender submission which is incomplete, — Complete tender returns will initially be evaluated to ensure that all the stated essential qualifying criteria willbe met via a suitability assessment questionnaire., — All tender returns which meet the essential qualifying criteria will be evaluated in full against the award criteria— which is 100 % based on quality. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 100 Price / Weighting: 0 II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: Further annual extension of 12 months are available up to a maximum of two further years. II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information Conditions relating to environmental and social requirements of the contracting authority may be included in this contract. Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.3) Information about a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system The procurement involves the establishment of a framework agreement IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 156-323876 Section V: Award of contract Contract No: TD1214 Title: TD1214 — Framework for the Provision of Community Based Day Opportunities for 16+ Years A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 01/12/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 6 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 5 Number of tenders received from tenderers from other EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received from tenderers from non-EU Member States: 0 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 6 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Community Links Derby CIC 834476 11-12 The Spot, Osmaston Road Derby DE1 2JA UK NUTS: UKF11 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor St James Centre t/a Funabil8y Moving Forward 2824422 Malcolm Street Derby DE23 8LU UK NUTS: UKF11 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Initial estimated total value of the contract/lot: 3 990 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 3 990 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Derby City Council Council House, Corporation Street Derby DE1 2FS UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 20/12/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: procurement@derby.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 85312100Daycare servicesSocial work services without accommodation 85300000Social work and related servicesHealth and social work services 85310000Social work servicesSocial work and related services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

Social Value Consultation - School Improvement Professional Development Programmes

Derby City Council | Published May 24, 2018  -  Deadline June 1, 2018
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80000000,

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’.

Medical practice services

Derby City Council | Published October 5, 2017  -  Deadline November 3, 2017
cpvs
85121000

This is a procurement process run under the Light Touch Regime (regulations 75-77) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

Derby City Council is seeking substance misuse qualified suppliers to deliver an Integrated Substance Misuse Treatment and Recovery System comprising of 3 Lots:

Lot 1 — High Intensity Substance Misuse Support Service (Accommodation Based).

Lot 2 — Integrated Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Recovery Service.

Lot 3 — Substance Misuse Family Support Service.

The initial contract period is 3 years; the contract is estimated to commence 1.4.2018 and expire 31.3.2021. 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.

TUPE will apply Provider to Provider.

The High Intensity Substance Misuse Support Service (Accommodation Based) provision forms part of the Substance Misuse Treatment and Recovery System in Derby. The system is grounded in the concept of recovery where all elements are integrated and flow based to allow individuals to travel through a seamless treatment system. Each element of the system adds value to the individual's recovery journey and aims to build recovery capital to facilitate them to exit successfully from the treatment system. The High Intensity Substance Misuse Support Service (Accommodation Based) provision will be delivered in a fully managed/ controlled accommodation environment for up to 40 people and will:

o provide intensive and focused recovery and re-ablement interventions that will support individuals to achieve a change and improvement in their behaviour or condition, so that they have the confidence and skills to obtain and/or maintain independent accommodation.

o provide step down care as part of a substance misuse continuum to individuals entrenched in drug and alcohol misuse who may also have low level mental health conditions

o deliver proactive engagement of hard to reach and vulnerable groups — minimise the harm associated with drug and alcohol misuse.

o support and contribute to reducing the economic burden associated with complex individuals through the delivery of person centred care co-ordination activities that enhance the health and wellbeing of individuals accessing the service.

The Integrated Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Recovery Service forms part of the Substance Misuse Treatment and Recovery System in Derby. The system is grounded in the concept of recovery where all elements are integrated and flow based to allow individuals to travel through a seamless treatment system. Each element of the system adds value to the individual's recovery journey and aims to build recovery capital to facilitate them to exit successfully from the treatment system.

The Integrated Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Recovery Service will:

o Deliver high quality and safe care which is client centred, offering personalised opportunities for those using drugs and/or alcohol to move towards sustained recovery.

o Deliver a recovery focused service which assists clients to attain a good standard of health and wellbeing and achieve a drug free life and/or achieve abstinence from alcohol or controlled drinking.

o Reduce the level of harm caused to individuals, families and the wider community as a result of drug and alcohol misuse.

o Provide non-judgemental services that are fair and equitable providing good access to all and delivering a range of interventions which are evidence based, cost-effective and are responsive to client need.

The service will provide a range of treatment options and recovery focused drug and alcohol interventions for individuals experiencing a spectrum of substance misuse disorders. This will include:

Proactive engagement for hard to reach, disengaged and underserved populations;

Psychosocial, pharmacological and recovery focused interventions;

Harm reduction interventions;

Health protection activities that contributes to the reduced spread of infectious diseases;

Safeguarding vulnerable adults and protecting children from harm;

Criminal Justice interventions delivered in custody, court or community settings;

Meaningful activities to build individual recovery capital and positive peer support networks.

The Substance Misuse Family Support Service forms part of the Substance Misuse Treatment and Recovery System in Derby. The system is grounded in the concept of recovery where all elements are integrated and flow based to allow individuals to travel through a seamless treatment system. Each element of the system adds value to the individual's recovery journey and aims to build recovery capital to facilitate them to exit successfully from the treatment system.

The Substance Misuse Family Support Service will aim to:

Reduce the level of harm caused to children and families as a result of parental substance misuse.

Improve parenting ability and family functioning to reduce family breakdown and the removal of children from the family home.

Provide expert knowledge and advice linking substance misuse and children's services.

Deliver high quality and safe care which has a whole family approach, offering personalised opportunities for those using drugs and/or alcohol to move towards sustained recovery.

Deliver a recovery focused service which supports families to attain a good standard of health and wellbeing and achieve a drug free life and/or achieve abstinence from alcohol or controlled drinking.

Provide non-judgmental services that are fair and equitable providing good access to all and delivering a range of interventions which are evidence based, cost-effective and are responsive to client need.

Market Engagement Event for the Provision of Primary Medical GP Services x 3 LOTS in Essex for NHS England (Midlands & East)

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published February 14, 2017
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85120000

Arden & Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (Arden&GEM CSU) on behalf of NHS England Midlands & East (East)) would like to invite providers to attend a Market Engagement Event which will inform the market of the intentions to procure Alternative Provider for Medical Services (APMS) x 3 LOTS for: LOT 1 - East Tilbury Medical Centre and Corringham - One contract that works from two sites; LOT 2 - Shehadeh Grays and St Clements - One contract that works from two sites; LOT 3 - Shehadeh Tilbury. These services must be provided by GPs and nurses and the successful Provider will be expected to: • Provide primary care services which will be accessible, convenient and responsive • Design services around the needs of patients and carers, ensuring they are offered more choice and a greater say in their treatment • Have processes in place to evaluate and continually improve on patient satisfaction • Have processes in place to engage effectively with the local communities • Participate in Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) • Be eligible for and expected to provide all Enhanced Services, remunerated in line with the relevant Directions as specified by the commissioner on an annual basis. • Promotion of healthy living with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of ill health. This opportunity will be open to the entire market, including the current providers. It is intended that the tender will be published around March 2017. As this tender is for existing services, the services must be fully operational by the service commencement date in order to ensure continuity of care for patients. The Market Engagement Event will be held on Wednesday 1st March 2017, 5:30pm at NHS England, Swift House, Hedgerows Business Park, Colchester Road, Springfield, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 5PF. The event will cover the following: - • An overview of the services to be provided. • Details of the contract type, length and particular conditions. • An outline of the procurement process and the anticipated timeline. Places are limited therefore reservations are restricted to no more than 2 persons per organisation. Further information will be circulated to delegates once the registration process closes on the 12.00 noon on 28th February 2017. An expression of interest in this market event will not automatically entitle involvement in any future procurement exercise. Any procurement conducted as a result of this event will be advertised separately and all organisations wanting to participate will need to respond to the procurement advertisement as and when it is published.

Provision of Children’s Rights Service

Derby City Council | Published February 6, 2017  -  Deadline November 4, 2016
Winner
SOVA
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85000000

Tenders are invited for the supply of services in respect of the Children's Rights Service. The successful supplier will be responsible for providing this service, liaising closely with the Council’s Nominated Manager and Commissioning Manager. The Children’s Rights service delivers some key statutory responsibilities for the Council as part of its Corporate Parenting duty, including a statutory duty to provide an advocacy service to its Looked After Children cohort. The services required will be: • Advocacy Children in Care and care leavers, including disabled children and young people in receipt of short breaks as per regulation 48 (Care Planning Regs 2010) • Independent Visitors to support Children in Care • Independent Advocacy for child protection conferences and meetings in relation to young people who abuse others Tenderers must be able to demonstrate a recent and proven track record of success in providing the range of service elements called for in the specification. The outcomes for the Service are as below: - all children in care who need one have access to an Independent Visitor, with priority given to vulnerable children and young people who have little or no contact with a family member and live more than 20 miles from Derby; - an improvement in the involvement of children and young people in child protection conferences & ACYP meetings and development of safeguarding plans which reflect the perspective of young people; - an increase in the number of young people supported to raise concerns about their placement and short break experience; using the information to inform service improvement and development; - dealing with complaints at an earlier stage to respond to issues promptly, supporting placement quality and stability; The initial contract period is two years; the contract is estimated to commence 01 April 2017 and expire 31 March 2019. There will be the opportunity to extend by one further year subject to performance, funding and business needs. There is a budget of around £82,000.00 per annum. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 5pm on 3rd November 2016. However, 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 10.00am on 4th November 2016. Please go to 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.

NHS England Dental Referral Management Service for Midlands and East (East) Region Market Engagement

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published September 9, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
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85130000

Arden & Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (AG CSU) on behalf of NHS England Midlands & East (East) would like to invite potential providers to attend a Market Engagement Event which will inform the market of the intention to procure Referral Management Services in respect of specialist dental services. The provision of the service will enable patients to access appropriate dental services in a timely manner reducing waiting times and improving quality of services. This procurement will be delivered in a phased approach covering the counties of Essex and Norfolk in 2017/2018, Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Suffolk in 2018/2019. The Contract will be for a minimum period of three years with the option to extend for up to 2 years. The contract for this service will be a NHS Standard Contract with a service commencement date of 1 April 2017 for Essex and Norfolk and 1 April 2018 for Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Suffolk. The estimated core contract(s) value for Essex Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. Is estimated at £675,000 over the 3 year contract period. The correct contract value amount will be published at the ITT stage. It is envisaged that TUPE may apply to this contract. The Market Engagement Event will take place at 2.00pm on 27 September 2016 at Swift House, Hedgerows Business Park, Colchester Road, Springfield, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 5PF. If you would like to attend the event then please complete the expression of interest on the Bravo Portal - pqq_297: https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk. The Market Engagement event will; • Give an overview of Service to be provided • Provide details of the contract type, length and particular conditions • Explain the procurement process and the anticipated timelines Places are strictly limited therefore reservations are restricted to no more than 2 persons per organisation. Please ensure you have expressed an interest in attending the event by no later than 2.00pm 23 September 2016. If you are unable to attend the event, please contact Rajinder.dosanjh@ardengemcsu.nhs.uk to request a copy of the presentations following the event. It is intended that the ITT will be published around the 7 October 2016 through the Arden & GEM Procurement Portal http://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk.

Framework for the provision of a Short Breaks Service

Derby City Council | Published October 25, 2017  -  Deadline November 27, 2017
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85000000

The aim of this service will be to provide specialist group and 1:1 support at home or out in the community to disabled children and young people so that they are able to enjoy activities in these environments and spend time away from their parents/carers so that they are able to have a break from caring also. Short breaks form part of a continuum of services that support disabled children, young people and their families and are provided to give: • Disabled children and young people enjoyable experiences away from their primary carers, thereby contributing to their personal and social development, reducing social isolation and their overall wellbeing; • Parents and carers a necessary and valuable break from their caring responsibilities. The Authority wishes to encourage the culture of Direct Payments over time. The Authority also reserves the right to use other procurement routes for some specific requirements. There is no guarantee given as to the quantity or regularity of call off contracts to be made. For these reasons, no guarantees of business value or volume can be given. Service Providers will have to form their own views as to the potential for such an arrangement. Where the Customer is selecting to use Direct Payments they may ask the Authority for guidance relating to providers of services that come under this framework agreement. The Authority will confirm to the Direct Payment Customer that the Service Providers on the framework are of sufficient standing to use. This does not imply any guarantee that Direct Payment Customers will use Service Providers that are on the Framework Tenderers are required to demonstrate their relevant knowledge and experience of having provided similar services to those being tendered. Tenders are invited from individual organisations or a consortium of organisations working in partnership to deliver the services Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 17:00 on 26th November 2017. 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 10:00 on 27th November 2017. For further information, please go to the Council's e-tendering system at https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest (reference DN301486) and obtain the documents. Please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.

TD1274 - Provision of Consultancy Support for the revision of the D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan

Derby City Council | Published July 31, 2017  -  Deadline August 16, 2017
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79311400

D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership wishes to revise its Strategic Economic Plan for publication in January 2018. The revised Strategic Economic Plan will run to 2030. The D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan (SEP) is the key strategic document for the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership. It enables partners within D2N2 (Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to establish a long term vison, set collective priorities and direct spending programmes to support the development of the local economy. D2N2 LEP is working with partners to compile a sound and informative evidence base to support the revision of the SEP. This includes detailed research on the linked challenges of productivity and inclusive growth. D2N2 LEP wishes to appoint independent support to build on this evidence base and support the D2N2 Board to develop a timely, well-informed, focused and effective Strategic Economic Plan. This tender is for independent support to collate and analyse the SEP evidence base, drawing on a range of sources as well as undertaking further targeted evidence gathering if necessary, support the D2N2 Board to interpret the evidence gathered, identify the key challenges, set strategic priorities, consult with partners, support the board to consider the outcomes of consultation and draft a revised D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan. Derby City Council is the Contracting Authority for this project but the service provider will be working to the direction of the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership. The maximum budget will be £32,500 inclusive of expenses but exclusive of VAT The initial contract period is for 6 months; the contract is estimated to commence 31 August 2017 and expire 28 February 2018. There may be an option to extend the contract for a further 3 months potential follow on work, subject to satisfactory performance, budget and business needs. Maximum contract period is 9 months. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 15:00 on 15 August 2017. 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 12:00 on 16 August 2017. 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.

TD1274 Provision of Consultancy Support for the revision of the D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan

Derby City Council | Published July 31, 2017  -  Deadline August 15, 2017
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79000000,

D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership wishes to revise its Strategic Economic Plan for publication in January 2018. The revised Strategic Economic Plan will run to 2030. The D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan (SEP) is the key strategic document for the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership. It enables partners within D2N2 (Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to establish a long term vison, set collective priorities and direct spending programmes to support the development of the local economy. D2N2 LEP is working with partners to compile a sound and informative evidence base to support the revision of the SEP. This includes detailed research on the linked challenges of productivity and inclusive growth. D2N2 LEP wishes to appoint independent support to build on this evidence base and support the D2N2 Board to develop a timely, well-informed, focused and effective Strategic Economic Plan. This tender is for independent support to collate and analyse the SEP evidence base, drawing on a range of sources as well as undertaking further targeted evidence gathering if necessary, support the D2N2 Board to interpret the evidence gathered, identify the key challenges, set strategic priorities, consult with partners, support the board to consider the outcomes of consultation and draft a revised D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan. Derby City Council is the Contracting Authority for this project but the service provider will be working to the direction of the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership. The maximum budget will be £32,500 inclusive of expenses but exclusive of VAT The initial contract period is for 6 months; the contract is estimated to commence 31 August 2017 and expire 28 February 2018. There may be an option to extend the contract for a further 3 months potential follow on work, subject to satisfactory performance, budget and business needs. Maximum contract period is 9 months. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 15:00 on 15 August 2017. 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 12:00 on 16 August 2017. 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,.

Framework for the Provision of Community Based Day Opportunities for 16+ Years

Derby City Council | Published August 17, 2017  -  Deadline September 14, 2017
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85310000

Tenders are invited for inclusion on the framework for provision of Community Based Day Opportunities for Customers 16+ Years. Service Providers of the framework will offer a programme of meaningful, stimulating community based day opportunities for people of 16 years and over in two main groups: • People with profound, multiple learning disabilities and complex communication and health needs • People with Autism, Complex Communication needs and behaviours which may challenge. Service Providers will provide support and where required, personal care based on assessed needs in a way that suits the Customers' needs and preferences. Customers may have complex needs, those with a learning disability and/or autism and with mental health difficulties. Some may have behaviours that are at times considered to 'challenge'. Call-off contracts can be awarded by the Authority or the Customer(end user). It is envisaged that Derby City Council will be the principal user of the Framework, however the Council wishes to encourage the culture of direct payments and over time the principal users may become the Customer. The Authority also reserves the right to use other procurement routes for some specific requirements. There is no guarantee given as to the quantity or regularity of call off contracts to be made. For these reasons, no guarantees of business value or volume can be given. Service Providers will have to form their own views as to the potential for such an arrangement. This process is being run under the 'Light Touch Regime' in accordance with Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (regulations 74-77). Conditions relating to environmental and social requirements of the contracting authority may be included in this contract. The deadline for returns is 14:00 on 14 September 2017. 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). The value of the framework is based on a three year term.

TD1214 - Framework for the Provision of Community Based Day Opportunities for 16+ Years

Derby City Council | Published August 16, 2017  -  Deadline September 14, 2017
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85000000,

Tenders are invited for inclusion on the framework for provision of Community Based Day Opportunities for Customers 16+ Years. Service Providers of the framework will offer a programme of meaningful, stimulating community based day opportunities for people of 16 years and over in two main groups: • People with profound, multiple learning disabilities and complex communication and health needs • People with Autism, Complex Communication needs and behaviours which may challenge. Service Providers will provide support and where required, personal care based on assessed needs in a way that suits the Customers’ needs and preferences. Customers may have complex needs, those with a learning disability and/or autism and with mental health difficulties. Some may have behaviours that are at times considered to ‘challenge’. Call-off contracts can be awarded by the Authority or the Customer(end user). It is envisaged that Derby City Council will be the principal user of the Framework, however the Council wishes to encourage the culture of direct payments and over time the principal users may become the Customer. The Authority also reserves the right to use other procurement routes for some specific requirements. There is no guarantee given as to the quantity or regularity of call off contracts to be made. For these reasons, no guarantees of business value or volume can be given. Service Providers will have to form their own views as to the potential for such an arrangement. This process is being run under the 'Light Touch Regime' in accordance with Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (regulations 74-77). Conditions relating to environmental and social requirements of the contracting authority may be included in this contract. The deadline for returns is 14:00 on 14 September 2017. 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). The value of the framework is based on a three year term.