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Shared Business Database.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published March 26, 2015
Winner
Bureau Van Dijk
cpvs
72319000, 72330000, 72320000, 72300000, 72310000, 72311100, 72313000, 72314000

Data supply services. Content or data standardisation and classification services. Database services. Data services. Data-processing services. Data conversion services. Data capture services. Data collection and collation services. The Council has a requirement for the provision of a business database covering the Hertfordshire area. The requirements have been defined by all Partners to ensure the database supports relevant, local and in depth analysis of the Hertfordshire business landscape as part of the ongoing demand for intelligence to support the promotion of economic development and growth. It is assumed throughout the project that all records will be available electronically. Proposed Database Model. It is envisaged that the product offered will take the form of a centrally hosted database which receives scheduled updates (either 6 monthly or quarterly). The product will only be changed as a result of scheduled updates in order to maintain consistency of information and analysis across all partners. Data provided through the central database will be available for download by licence holders in a suitable format to allow local analysis of the data (e.g. Excel friendly, .csv or equivalent format). It will also provide the facility for older iterations of the database to be kept post update in order to allow time series analysis. Data provided will also be compatible with conversion to GIS format to allow local area mapping. Data Provision. Site level data is required to be made available to all licensed Partners but to be kept secure from non-licensed bodies and the general public. There is flexibility in how this can be achieved, as long as all Partners receive/access the same data. Project Requirements. Candidates should note that the contract requirement is for data provision and standard customer support services only. It is not envisaged that there will be any training needs beyond a guide to accessing the data. The Partners expect that the supplier will suitably manage their systems to ensure that regular scheduled updates take place as agreed and that the data is kept accurate and up to date within the agreed parameters. Usability of the System. It is expected that Partners will be able to access the data with minimal difficulty and that the supplier will provide any guidance documentation required to ensure ease of use, including details of data sources and collection/verification methods.

HCC Feb 16 Provision of Adult and Community Learning Services (HAFLS)

Hertfordshire County Council | Published July 2, 2016
Winner
Please see II.1.4) for award details
cpvs
80400000

Hertfordshire County Council have been out to tender to get providers onto a framework agreement for the Provision of Adult and Community Learning Services.

This is a notice for social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council Article 74 and is for educational services.

Providers that have been awarded onto the Framework Agreement and the 1st Call-Off:

Adult Training Network (ATN), 18 The Arches Business Centre, Merrick Road, Southall, UB2 4AU;

Ascend, All Saints' Church, Gosforth Lane, South Oxhey, WD19 7AX;

Best Practice Training & Development Ltd, Gresham House, 53 Clarendon Road, Watford, WD17 1LA;

Dacorum Council for Voluntary Service working as Community Action Dacorum, 48 High Street, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 3AF;

Community Learning Partnership, c/o St Martin's Church, Muirfield Road, Watford, WD19 6JD;

Create Community Network CIC, Unit 2, Pixmore Business Centre, Pixmore Avenue, Letchworth, SG6 1JG;

Hertfordshire Community Learning, Warners End Community Centre, Stoneycroft, Warners End, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 3QG;

Bedfordshire and Luton Education Business Partnership (Trading as Develop), 15 Doolittle Mill, Froghall Road, Ampthill, MK45 2ND;

Groundwork East, Mill Green, Hatfield, AL9 5PE;

Hertfordshire Care Providers Association (HCPA), Attimore Barns, Ridgeway, Welwyn Garden City, AL7 2AD;

Hertfordshire Mind Network, 139 Leighton Buzzard Road, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1HN;

Oaklands College, St Albans Campus, Hatfield Road, St Albans, AL4 0JA;

Sport Support Services Ltd (Operating as SSG Services), Unit A, West Wing, Frigoscandia House, Wolseley Road, Woburn Road Industrial Estate, MK42 7EF;

SPS Training Solutions Limited, 17F Park Palace, Stevenage, SG1 1DU;

The Gifted Organisation Limited, 7 Ingram House (2nd Floor), Churchgate, Cheshunt, EN8 9NH;

Volunteer Centre Broxbourne & East Herts, Silverline House, 1-3 Albury Grove Road, Cheshunt, EN8 8NS;

Watford Women's Centre, 84 Market Street, Watford, WD18 0PT;

West Herts College, Hempstead Road, Watford, WD17 3EZ.

Providers awarded onto the Framework Agreement only:

Gingerbread, the charity for single parent families:

520 Highgate Studios, 53-79 Highgate Road, London, NW5 1TL;

Hertford Regional College, High Road, Broxbourne, EN10 6AE.

HCC Jan 2017- The Provision of a Catering Service at Kings Langley School.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published April 7, 2017
Winner
Interserve (Facilities Management) Ltd
cpvs
55500000

A Catering Service has been awarded for Kings Langley School. Kings Langley School is based just outside of Hemel Hempstead with easy access from the M25. The school's brand new building opened in September 2016 and ensures that all students and staff have access to the very best facilities and resources available. The school is an inclusive 11-18 academy all ability co-educational school, founded on the Christian values of justice, love and respect to form a firm moral foundation to build upon. The school is a Specialist Arts College and has approximately 1 100 students on roll. Hertfordshire Business Services has run the tender process but the management of the contract from the award date and thereafter will be carried out by the school. Contract awarded to: Interserve (Facilities Management) Limited, Capital Tower, 91 Waterloo Road, London, SE1 8RT. Contract Notice No — 2017/S 004-005811.

HCC Jan 2017- The Provision of a Catering Service at Kings Langley School

Hertfordshire County Council — This is an award notice and this opportunity is now closed. Please see section II.1.4) for further details | Published April 7, 2017
Winner
Interserve (Facilities Management) Ltd
cpvs
55524000, 55520000, 55500000

A Catering Service has been awarded for Kings Langley School.

Kings Langley School is based just outside of Hemel Hempstead with easy access from the M25. The school's brand new building opened in September 2016 and ensures that all students and staff have access to the very best facilities and resources available. The school is an inclusive 11-18 academy all ability co-educational school, founded on the Christian values of justice, love and respect to form a firm moral foundation to build upon. The school is a Specialist Arts College and has approximately 1 100 students on roll.

Hertfordshire Business Services has run the tender process but the management of the contract from the award date and thereafter will be carried out by the school.

Contract awarded to:

Interserve (Facilities Management) Limited, Capital Tower, 91 Waterloo Road, London, SE1 8RT.

Contract Notice No — 2017/S 004-005811.

Pre-Procurement Market Engagement for the Provision of a Insurance Claims and Risk Management System.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published September 23, 2015
cpvs
72000000, 72250000, 48000000, 72230000, 72260000, 72322000, 48100000, 48440000, 48300000

Introduction Hertfordshire County Council (the ‘Council’) is a large shire county in the south-east of England with a population of 1.2 million. Hertfordshire is a two-tier authority with 10 district and borough councils providing complementary local services to residents. The Council provides social care for adults and children, schools and education, public libraries, public health (from April 2013), highway and road maintenance, environmental services, trading standards and household waste sites as well as a fire and rescue service. Project Background Insurance The current claims handling system contract expires on the 5th December 2016 and we are looking to re-tender. We have had our current system for 10 years and we are looking to explore the market for the suitability of other systems available to us The Insurance Section, situated within Herts Finance, is responsible for ensuring that the authority is adequately protected against its Key Financial risks by means of external or internal insurance policies. The section handles in excess of 3500 claims each financial year varying in value and complexity. An effective and flexible system is essential to the monitoring of Hertfordshire County Council's policies and to the recording and daily handling of the claims, financial liabilities and claims experiences incurred by the authority whilst undertaking duties and powers delegated to it. The Council currently requires insurance reports for a variety of purposes, including identifications of claim trends, risk management activities and facilitating reconciliation of the insurer's imprest accounts. Risk Management Information System (RMIS) The current RMIS contract expires on the 31.3.2017 and we are also looking to re-tender. We have had our current system since 2008 and it underpins the risk management framework which is an integral part of the organisation's governance structure approach to the achievement of objectives. We are now looking to explore the market for the suitability of other systems available to us. The Performance and Risk Management team is situated within the Intelligence function. Responsibilities include the management of the risk management framework — providing a robust and consistent risk management approach and system and offering training and direct support to services; this includes the management and maintenance of the Risk Management Information System. The RMIS currently holds a large number of archived records and active risks with a total of some 1,530 risk records. This includes 35 active risks at a corporate level, a further 91 at a service level, and 159 at a programme/project level. It also holds key business information on the key business continuity plans for the organisation. The current RMIS has 415 active users, which are made up of the Council's employees and some partner organisations, with a further 87 inactive users. The Performance and Risk management team and other users regularly produce a variety of filtered reports from the current system to help management make more informed decisions about the key uncertainties affecting the organisation's future and to provide assurance on risk management practice.

HCC — 11/15 — Provision of a Transport Planning Framework Agreement for Hertfordshire County Council.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 22, 2015
cpvs
71300000, 73200000, 71311200, 71311210, 90710000

Hertfordshire County Council are currently out to procurement for the provision of a Transport Planning Framework Agreement. This procurement is an Open (one stage process). Suppliers wishing to take part in this process are invited to ‘express interest’ which will give access to the full procurement suite of tender documents in the e-tendering system. www.supplyhertfordshire.uk To be considered as a tenderer you must complete and submit a bid by the deadline of 12 noon on the 22.12.2015. Any questions relating to this procurement must be made via the correspondence area in In-Tend, in accordance with the procurement documents and can be addressed to the main contact as shown in the details above. Please allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be accepted. Please Note: the value above refers to the maximum pa value of the Framework Agreement please refer to II.2.1 below. As part of the Council's commitment to partnership working it is possible that during the Framework Agreement period other local authorities or other public sector bodies within Hertfordshire may wish to utilise this Framework Agreement. In particular, the Framework Agreement is open to members of Supply Hertfordshire (including any successor body). A current list of member organisations can be found on the Supply Hertfordshire website using the following link: www.supplyhertfordshire.uk No fixed list of organisations is set out within the procurement exercise and no guarantee can be given as to the exact amount of business which may result from this procurement exercise. However, the contractor will be expected to provide the services under this Framework Agreement to any local authority or other public sector body within the county of Hertfordshire that is authorised by the Council. Any organisation that utilises this Framework Agreement shall do so under the terms and conditions of the Framework Agreement.

HCC — 11/15 — Provision of a Transport Planning Framework Agreement for Hertfordshire County Council

Hertfordshire County Council | Published July 16, 2016
Winner
WSP UK Limited (trading as WSP — Parsons Brinckerhoff)
cpvs
71300000, 73200000, 71311200, 71311210, 90710000

This is a Contract Award Notice and the opportunity has now passed please do not respond.

Hertfordshire County Council are currently out to procurement for the provision of a Transport Planning Framework Agreement.

This procurement is an Open (1 stage process). Suppliers wishing to take part in this process are invited to ‘express interest’ which will give access to the full procurement suite of tender documents in the e-tendering system.

www.supplyhertfordshire.uk

To be considered as a tenderer you must complete and submit a bid by the deadline of 12:00 noon on the 8.1.2016.

Any questions relating to this procurement must be made via the correspondence area in In-Tend, in accordance with the procurement documents and can be addressed to the main contact as shown in the details above.

Please allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be accepted.

Please Note: The value above refers to the maximum pa value of the Framework Agreement please refer to II.2.1) below.

As part of the Council's commitment to partnership working it is possible that during the Framework Agreement period other local authorities or other public sector bodies within Hertfordshire may wish to utilise this Framework Agreement. In particular, the Framework Agreement is open to members of Supply Hertfordshire (including any successor body). A current list of member organisations can be found on the Supply Hertfordshire website using the following link:

www.supplyhertfordshire.uk

No fixed list of organisations is set out within the procurement exercise and no guarantee can be given as to the exact amount of business which may result from this procurement exercise. However, the contractor will be expected to provide the services under this Framework Agreement to any local authority or other public sector body within the county of Hertfordshire that is authorised by the Council. Any organisation that utilises this Framework Agreement shall do so under the terms and conditions of the Framework Agreement.

Pre Procurement Market Engagement for Adults with Complex Needs.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published February 27, 2015
cpvs
85300000, 85112200, 85311000, 85312000, 85144000

Hertfordshire has been looking into how public services might collaborate and pool resources to better work with and support ‘Adults with Complex Needs'. This vulnerable client group is well known to many agencies throughout the statutory and community sector, particularly among crisis services, yet in spite of their high number of contacts with services they are not being well supported to improve their health and wellbeing. Hertfordshire is considering the joint commission of a new service to work in an intensive and preventative fashion with these individuals. A research project to date has identified a high level of public sector expenditure on this client group, and it is anticipated that this new service will deliver improved outcomes as well as a return on investment through preventing crises. It is anticipated that the service would commence summer 2015 and will run for a minimum of a two year period. Subject to a successful and positive evaluation, the ambition is for the service to be extended and made financially sustainable in the longer term. The vision of such a service is: To evaluate how effectively the service can assist adults with complex needs in Hertfordshire to establish supportive relationships, appropriate accommodation and fulfilling daily activities through a more cost effective use of collective resource. Hertfordshire is looking for a partner to assist in delivering a contracted service. This partner needs to be able to achieve both of the following: 1. Successfully deliver a service to a case load of adults with multiple and complex needs, improving outcomes and reducing the use of crisis services. 2. Work at a strategic level to continue to justify a business case for this service, and to assist with learning and evaluation form this work to help the evolution of this and other similar services in the county, influencing the delivery of public services in the long term. If you would like to find out more about the service area please email complex.needs@hertfordshire.gov.uk before the 6th March at 17:00 to arrange a telephone discussion.

HCC Jan 2017 — The Provision of a Catering Service at Kings Langley School

Hertfordshire County Council on behalf of Kings Langley School | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
cpvs
55524000, 55520000, 55500000

A Catering Service is required for Kings Langley School (hereinafter referred to as the School or Academy).

In order to assist with compiling your bid plans of the kitchen layout and equipment have been uploaded with the tender documents.

Kings Langley School is based just outside of Hemel Hempstead with easy access from the M25. The school's brand new building opened in September 2016 and ensures that all students and staff have access to the very best facilities and resources available. The school is an inclusive 11-18 academy all ability co-educational school, founded on the Christian values of justice, love and respect to form a firm moral foundation to build upon. The school is a Specialist Arts College and has approximately 1 100 students on roll.

Hertfordshire Business Services will be running the tender process but the management of the contract from the award date and thereafter will be carried out by the school.

This procurement is an Open (one stage) process. Tenderers wishing to apply are invited to ‘express interest’ which will give access to the full procurement documents in the e-tendering system.

Please Note The TUPE Staffing Information for this procurement has been provided along with other documentation for this procurement. TUPE related information must be treated as protected data in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 and must be kept confidential. By clicking on the View Details button and accessing the documentation for this procurement, Tenderers agree:

a — To undertake to treat the information as confidential and commercially sensitive at all times and take all reasonable steps to prevent any inadvertent disclosure to any third party.

b — That under no circumstances will any of the information be disclosed by your organisation or your personnel to any third party without the Council's prior consent in writing.

c — That the information supplied will be stored securely and destroyed or returned to the Council, after your Organisation's bid has been submitted or you decide not to proceed with a tender submission.

d — That you will indemnify the Council for any losses, arising from your breach or breach by any of your personnel of these confidentiality requirements specified above and data protection requirements in relation to TUPE Staffing Information.

e — The requirements above apply whether the supplier uploads a tender response to this procurement or not.

Pre-Procurement Market Engagement for the provision of Self Drive Hire and Passenger Carrying Vehicl

Hertfordshire County Council | Published January 26, 2016
cpvs
34000000, 34100000, 34120000, 34110000, 60000000

2. Current position.

The Council is seeking pre-procurement market engagement for the following;

The Council and its customers have a requirement for the provision of self-drive hire vehicles to include cars and commercials and in addition passenger carrying vehicles with driver.

It is anticipated that any future procurement will be broken down into the following Vehicle Lots as listed below:

— Lot 1: Cars (including 4 x 4 vehicles) and automatics;

— Lot 2: Goods Vehicles — small vans and up to 3.5 tonne with variety of body styles including variety of box styles with or without tail-lift and lorries 7.5 tonnes and over;

— Lot 3: Minibuses;

— Lot 4: Passenger carrying vehicles with wheelchair access;

— Lot 5: Passenger carrying vehicles with driver e.g. minibus, small/large coach;

— Lot 6: Specialist/Municipal Vehicles;

— Lot 7: Insured Vehicles.

The existing framework expires at the end of September 2016 and this requirement is to renew and re procure this framework. The current self-drive hire framework has been well supported and provided competitive vehicle hire for the Council and its customers. We have a number of key users of the current framework which includes Academy's, Schools, Northamptonshire County Council, Youth Connexions and Herts Catering.

Current Scope.

The current service enables reliable continuity of the Council and its customer's everyday services and business at best value. The growth of our customer base with the current framework outweighed our expectations and we will be marketing the possibility of the new framework with districts and other potential customers. This framework is also heavily relied on for transporting pupils on trips and activities also used by departments when their own vehicles are off the road or being serviced. It is anticipated that the Council will procure a multi supplier framework moving forwards to enable full coverage across the country.

This brief is being used as an outline to engage with the market so the Council can discuss the opportunity with potentially interested organisations.

It's anticipated that the selected supplier(s) would be required to work collaboratively with the Council to continually support the service to ensure it is reliable, cost effective and meets the needs of our service users and customers.

The intention is to procure a framework for a fixed term of three years with the option to extend for a further year at the sole discretion of the Council. The anticipated total value of the framework is ranged between 666 000 GBP to 1 100 000 GBP.

HCC July 15 Provision of a Learning Management System and eLearning Catalogue.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published November 17, 2015
Winner
Learning Pool
cpvs
48000000, 72212931, 80420000, 48931000, 48200000, 72212190, 80000000, 72000000, 80533200, 80533100

Hertfordshire County Council (Council) have carried out a procurement for the provision of a Learning Management System and eLearning Catalogue. The procurement was split into 2 separate Lots: 1. Lot 1 — Provision of a Learning Management System; 2. Lot 2 — Provision of an e-Learning Catalogue. The Council is procuring the Services for Service Users from the Participating Bodies listed below and includes any future successors to these organisations: — Broxbourne Borough Council: www.broxbourne.gov.uk — Dacorum Borough Council: www.dacorum.gov.uk — East Herts District Council: www.eastherts.gov.uk — Hertsmere Borough Council: www.hertsmere.gov.uk — North Herts District Council: www.north-herts.gov.uk — St Albans City and District Council: www.stalbans.gov.uk — Stevenage Borough Council: www.stevenage.gov.uk — Three Rivers District Council: www.threerivers.gov.uk — Watford Borough Council: www.watford.gov.uk — Welwyn Hatfield District Council: www.welhat.gov.uk — Parish and Town Council's in Hertfordshire: http://www.hertsdirect.org/atozofservices/twcoun3y/twypar4y/ — Herts for Learning Ltd: http://www.hertsforlearning.co.uk/ — Herts Catering Ltd: http://hertscatering.co.uk/ — East and North Hertfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group: www.enhertsccg.nhs.uk — Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group: http://hertsvalleysccg.nhs.uk/ — Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust: http://www.hertschs.nhs.uk/ — Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust: http://www.hpft.nhs.uk/ — East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust: http://www.enherts-tr.nhs.uk/ — Herts Community Trust: http://www.hertschs.nhs.uk/ — Hertfordshire Care Providers Association: http://www.hcpa.info/ — Supply Hertfordshire Members: http://www.supplyhertfordshire.uk/ It is however anticipated that the Council may also require to procure these Services for other Partner Organisations, for example subcontracted service providers, carers, etc. as defined in Appendix A of the Specification within the Invitation to Tender documents. Flexibility may be required in delivering this solution to other bodies or individuals under the Contract to take account of specific legislative or regulatory requirements of the Council's business. However, volumes of Service Users, Partner Organisations and Participating Bodies cannot be guaranteed. The Participating Bodies and Partner Organisations listed in this Notice and Appendix A of the Specification within the Invitation to Tender documents are provided for information only and for the avoidance of doubt may or may not participate in the Contract at the start, or any time during the Contract Period, but reserve the right to do so, subject to their current contractual commitments relating to this Service. Hertfordshire County Council will be the lead authority and will manage the Contract on behalf of any Participating Body or Partner Organisation accessing this Contract. The solution needs to be capable of being delivered to a broad range of separate sites.

Education and training services

Hertfordshire County Council | Published May 5, 2017  -  Deadline June 30, 2021
cpvs
80000000, 80530000

Hertfordshire County Council wishes to procure a Framework Agreement of external Training Providers who are accredited to RoATP (the Government's Register of Approved Training Providers) to deliver quality apprenticeships across a variety of areas throughout Hertfordshire. We are intending to use current Apprenticeship Standards and Frameworks as defined by the ESFA.- As new Standards are added and existing Standards are made obsolete, we would expect training providers to have an adaptable and flexible approach to support the Council and Participating Bodies in delivering these. It is also our intention for new Providers to be able to have potential access to the Framework, as and when they are added to the Register of Approved Training Providers. This framework agreement is being lead by Hertfordshire County Council and will also be available for use by any District/ Borough Council as well as any dependent School in the county of Hertfordshire.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) public sector commercial, project management, business admin, customer services, management, leadership, HR consultant, recruitment and HR support.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) accounting, credit control, workplace pensions admin and security services.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) data analyst, IT application specialist, software development, infrastructure technician and digital learning design.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) legal services and courts, tribunal and prosecution administration. Other qualifications that would enable Legal Services to achieve the above statement would be included in this lot.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to), Health & Social work qualifications, lead practitioner in adult care and health and social care.

The HCS vision is that people in Hertfordshire feel well informed about what's available to them so they can lead safe, happy and healthier lives in a way they choose. They feel valued and listened to, have independence and a range of positive things to do. We offer the best and most responsive services in the country. These are services our staff feel proud to deliver and would be pleased to receive.

Within this lot the subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) children, young people and families manager, early years educator, youth work and supporting teaching and learning. Other qualifications that would enable Children's Services to achieve the below statement would be included in this lot.

Children's Services places the interests of children firmly at the centre of everything they do, working with families to offer quality advice, support and guidance; build children's confidence and self-esteem and prepare them for life ahead.

Children's Services aim to help children with a variety of needs: those who may have learning difficulties, physical difficulties, social problems, are particularly gifted, need help in schooling or need someone to talk to.

Within this lot the all subject areas include (but are not limited to) civil engineering and town planning. Other qualifications that would enable the Environment department to achieve the below statement would be included in this lot.

The Environment department works closely with partners to deliver services such as Waste Management, Highways, Transport and Development Management to ensure the wellbeing of Hertfordshire's residents and businesses. Through the running of essential services, the department plays a vital role in helping to secure the future prosperity and quality of life of people living in the county.

Within this lot the subject areas include (but are not limited to) business fire safety advisor, fire fighter, emergency fire service operations and personal training. Other qualifications that would enable Community Protection to achieve the below statement would be included in this lot.

The Community Protection Directorate (CPD) brings together:

—Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS)

—Hertfordshire Trading Standards

—Hertfordshire Resilience Team (Emergency Planning)

—County Community Safety Unit (CCSU).

As a result the Fire Protection, Fire Prevention, Trading Standards and the CCSU teams have combined to form Joint Protective Services (JPS). This team works closely with colleagues in HFRS delivering community safety and emergency response.

No apprenticeship frameworks/apprenticeship standards have currently been released by Government however as these become available the Council will issue a variation to this Specification to include any such requirements.

Within this lot the subject areas covered will include (but are not limited to) teaching assistants etc.

No apprenticeship frameworks /apprenticeship standards have currently been released by Government however as these become available the Council will issue a variation to this Specification to include any such requirements/apprenticeship standards that become available and give all Training Providers an opportunity to express their interest.

Within this lot the subject areas covered will include (but are not limited to) library relevant qualifications etc.

No apprenticeship frameworks/apprenticeship standards have currently been released by Government however as these become available the Council will issue a variation to this Specification to include any such requirements/standards that become available and give all Training Providers an opportunity to express their interest.

HCC March 2017 — The Provision of a Catering Service at Hailebury Turnford School.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published June 24, 2017
cpvs
55524000

A Catering Service is awarded for Haileybury Academy Trust trading as Haileybury Turnford, hereinafter referred to as the School or Academy. This is an award notice and this opportunity is now closed. Please see section V (Award of Contract) for further details. Hertfordshire Business Services carried out the tender process but the management of the contract from the award date and thereafter is carried out by the school. The procurement followed Light Touch regime principles in accordance with Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The successful tender is - Hertfordshire Catering Limited, Mundells, Welwyn garden City, AL7 1FT. Contract Notice Number — 2017/S 052-097057. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 925 000.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 55520000 55500000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH23 II.2.4) Description of the procurement A Catering Service is awarded for Haileybury Academy Trust trading as Haileybury Turnford, hereinafter referred to as the School or Academy. This is an award notice and this opportunity is now closed. Please see section V (Award of Contract) for further details. Haileybury Turnford is an Academy sponsored by Haileybury, the private school, located in Hertford. The School currently have 889 pupils on role, of whom 151 are in the 6th form, and 130 members of staff. At full capacity the School would have 1 088 pupils. The School wants to be a vibrant school, developing every aspect of the students. The School will make sure that each student has the opportunity to reach their potential, and can leave with the qualifications, skills and qualities they need for a successful life. The School draw on Haileybury's 150 years of outstanding achievement, and combine that with Turnford's strong sense of community, to create an exceptional school. They believe that excellent teaching, academic success, the best pastoral care and enriching co-curricular opportunities are hallmarks of an excellent school, and will mean the students thrive, flourish and succeed. Hertfordshire Business Services carried out the tender process but the management of the contract from the award date and thereafter is carried out by the school. The procurement followed Light Touch regime principles in accordance with Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The successful tender is - Hertfordshire Catering Limited, Mundells, Welwyn garden City, AL7 1FT. Contract Notice Number — 2017/S 052-097057. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 60 Price / Weighting: 40 II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: 24 month extension available. 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 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.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 052-097057 Section V: Award of contract Title: HCC March 2017 — The Provision of a Catering Service at Hailebury Turnford School. A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 12/05/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 1 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 1 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: 1 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Hertfordshire Catering Limited Welwyn Garden City UK NUTS: UKH23 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: 925 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 925 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body The High Court Royal Court of Justice, The Strand London WC2A 2LL UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 22/06/2017 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: Anita.shipman@hertfordshire.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 55500000Canteen and catering servicesHotel, restaurant and retail trade services 55520000Catering servicesCanteen and catering services 55524000School catering servicesCatering 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 //

HCC March 2017 — The Provision of a Catering Service at Haileybury Turnford School

Hertfordshire County Council on behalf of Haileybury Turnford School | Published March 15, 2017  -  Deadline April 13, 2017
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55524000, 55520000, 55500000

A Catering Service is required for Haileybury Academy Trust trading as Haileybury Turnford, hereinafter referred to as the School or Academy.

Haileybury Turnford is an Academy sponsored by Haileybury, the private school, located in Hertford. The School currently have 889 pupils on role, of whom 151 are in the sixth form, and 130 members of staff. At full capacity the School would have 1 088 pupils. The School wants to be a vibrant school, developing every aspect of the students. The School will make sure that each student has the opportunity to reach their potential, and can leave with the qualifications, skills and qualities they need for a successful life. The School draw on Haileybury's 150 years of outstanding achievement, and combine that with Turnford's strong sense of community, to create an exceptional school. They believe that excellent teaching, academic success, the best pastoral care and enriching co-curricular opportunities are hallmarks of an excellent school, and will mean the students thrive, flourish and succeed.

Hertfordshire Business Services will be running the tender process but the management of the contract from the award date and thereafter will be carried out by the school.

This procurement is an Open (one stage) process. Tenderers wishing to apply are invited to ‘express interest’ which will give access to the full procurement documents in the e-tendering system.

The procurement will follow Light Touch regime principles in accordance with Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

Please Note The TUPE Staffing Information for this procurement has been provided along with other documentation for this procurement. TUPE related information must be treated as protected data in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 and must be kept confidential.

By clicking on the View Details button and accessing the documentation for this procurement, Tenderers agree:

a — To undertake to treat the information as confidential and commercially sensitive at all times and take all reasonable steps to prevent any inadvertent disclosure to any third party.

b — That under no circumstances will any of the information be disclosed by your organisation or your personnel to any third party without the Council's prior consent in writing.

c — That the information supplied will be stored securely and destroyed or returned to the Council, after your Organisation's bid has been submitted or you decide not to proceed with a tender submission.

d — That you will indemnify the Council for any losses, arising from your breach or breach by any of your personnel of these confidentiality requirements specified above and data protection requirements in relation to TUPE Staffing Information.

e — The requirements above apply whether the supplier uploads a tender response to this procurement or not.

HCC 07/16 — The Provision of Self Drive Hire and Passenger Carrying Vehicles with Driver

Hertfordshire County Council | Published July 9, 2016
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34100000, 34110000, 34115000, 34114000, 34113000, 34144000, 34111000, 34120000, 34100000

The Council has a requirement for the supply of self-drive hire vehicles on an ‘as and when basis’ to locations throughout Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire. The Framework Agreement will be used by the Council and its Customers, which may include other councils and similar organisations.

The Framework Agreement requirement is for a variety of Vehicles as detailed within the various Lots listed below. The Council is committed to encouraging the use of environmentally friendly Vehicles, both cars and commercial, which should be reflected within the offered range of vehicles. Contractors are required to notify the Council of any changes to the range of available vehicles, both additions and deletions. As an underlying principle, all vehicles must comply with current legislation at all times.

It is anticipated that the Framework Agreement will consist of 7 Lots:

Lot 1: Cars — Manual/Automatic (Including 4x4 vehicles) and 7 Seater

MPV's.

Lot 2a and b: Goods Vehicles — small vans and up to 3.5 tonne with variety of

body styles including variety of box styles

with or without tail-lift and Lorries 7.5 tonnes and over with tail-

lift.

Lot 3: Minibuses — 9, 15 and 17 seat capacities.

Lot 4: Passenger carrying vehicles with wheelchair access.

Lot 5: Passenger carrying vehicles with driver e.g. minibus, small/large

coach.

Lot 6: Specialist/Municipal Vehicles

Lot 7 a, b c and d: Insured Vehicles — although the majority of hiring will be

covered by our own insurance, there will certainly

be some cases where vehicle insurance is required to be

provided by the hire company.

Tenderers are able to apply for one, some or all Lots as applicable

It is the Council's intention to award up to a minimum of 5 but no more than 9 Tenderers to each Lot

This procurement is an Open (one stage process). Suppliers wishing to take part in this project are invited to ‘express interest’ which will give access to the full procurement documents in the e-tendering system.

The deadline for Expressions of Interest is 5.8.2016

To be considered as a Bidder you must complete and submit a Bid by the deadline of 12:00 Noon on 5.8.2016.

Any questions relating to this procurement must be made via correspondence on the website, in accordance with the procurement documents and can be addressed to the main contact as shown in the details above.

Please allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be permitted by the system.

As part of the Council's commitment to partnership working it is possible that during the contract period other local authorities or other public sector bodies within Hertfordshire may wish to utilise this Framework Agreement. In particular, the Framework Agreement is open to members of Supply Hertfordshire (including any successor body). A current list of member organisations can be found on the Supply Hertfordshire website using the following link:

www.supplyhertfordshire.uk

No fixed list of organisations is set out within the procurement exercise and no guarantee can be given as to the exact amount of business which may result from this procurement exercise. However, the contractor will be expected to provide the goods and/or services under this Framework Agreement to any local authority or other public sector body within the county of Hertfordshire that is authorised by the Council. Any organisation that utilises this Framework Agreement shall do so under the terms and conditions of the Framework Agreement.

HCC 07/16 — The Provision of Self Drive Hire and Passenger Carrying Vehicles with Driver

Hertfordshire County Council | Published July 9, 2016  -  Deadline August 5, 2016
cpvs
34100000

The Council has a requirement for the supply of self-drive hire vehicles on an ‘as and when basis’ to locations throughout Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire. The Framework Agreement will be used by the Council and its Customers, which may include other councils and similar organisations.

The Framework Agreement requirement is for a variety of Vehicles as detailed within the various Lots listed below. The Council is committed to encouraging the use of environmentally friendly Vehicles, both cars and commercial, which should be reflected within the offered range of vehicles. Contractors are required to notify the Council of any changes to the range of available vehicles, both additions and deletions. As an underlying principle, all vehicles must comply with current legislation at all times.

It is anticipated that the Framework Agreement will consist of 7 Lots:

Lot 1: Cars — Manual/Automatic (Including 4x4 vehicles) and 7 Seater

MPV's.

Lot 2a and b: Goods Vehicles — small vans and up to 3.5 tonne with variety of

body styles including variety of box styles

with or without tail-lift and Lorries 7.5 tonnes and over with tail-

lift.

Lot 3: Minibuses — 9, 15 and 17 seat capacities.

Lot 4: Passenger carrying vehicles with wheelchair access.

Lot 5: Passenger carrying vehicles with driver e.g. minibus, small/large

coach.

Lot 6: Specialist/Municipal Vehicles

Lot 7 a, b c and d: Insured Vehicles — although the majority of hiring will be

covered by our own insurance, there will certainly

be some cases where vehicle insurance is required to be

provided by the hire company.

Tenderers are able to apply for one, some or all Lots as applicable

It is the Council's intention to award up to a minimum of 5 but no more than 9 Tenderers to each Lot

This procurement is an Open (one stage process). Suppliers wishing to take part in this project are invited to ‘express interest’ which will give access to the full procurement documents in the e-tendering system.

The deadline for Expressions of Interest is 5.8.2016

To be considered as a Bidder you must complete and submit a Bid by the deadline of 12:00 Noon on 5.8.2016.

Any questions relating to this procurement must be made via correspondence on the website, in accordance with the procurement documents and can be addressed to the main contact as shown in the details above.

Please allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be permitted by the system.

As part of the Council's commitment to partnership working it is possible that during the contract period other local authorities or other public sector bodies within Hertfordshire may wish to utilise this Framework Agreement. In particular, the Framework Agreement is open to members of Supply Hertfordshire (including any successor body). A current list of member organisations can be found on the Supply Hertfordshire website using the following link:

www.supplyhertfordshire.uk

No fixed list of organisations is set out within the procurement exercise and no guarantee can be given as to the exact amount of business which may result from this procurement exercise. However, the contractor will be expected to provide the goods and/or services under this Framework Agreement to any local authority or other public sector body within the county of Hertfordshire that is authorised by the Council. Any organisation that utilises this Framework Agreement shall do so under the terms and conditions of the Framework Agreement.

HCC July 15 Provision of a Learning Management System and eLearning Catalogue.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published July 28, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
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48000000, 72212931, 80420000, 48931000, 48200000, 72212190, 80000000, 72000000, 80533100, 80533200

Hertfordshire County Council (Council) are currently out to procurement for the provision of a Learning Management System and eLearning Catalogue. The procurement is split into two separate Lots: Lot 1 — Provision of a Learning Management System Lot 2 — Provision of an e-Learning Catalogue The Council is procuring the Services for Service Users from the Participating Bodies listed below and provided at Appendix A of the Specification within the Invitation to Tender documents and includes any future successors to these organisations: Broxbourne Borough Council www.broxbourne.gov.uk Dacorum Borough Council www.dacorum.gov.uk East Herts District Council www.eastherts.gov.uk Hertsmere Borough Council www.hertsmere.gov.uk North Herts District Council www.north-herts.gov.uk St Albans City and District Council www.stalbans.gov.uk Stevenage Borough Council www.stevenage.gov.uk Three Rivers District Council www.threerivers.gov.uk Watford Borough Council www.watford.gov.uk Welwyn Hatfield District Council www.welhat.gov.uk Parish and Town Council's in Hertfordshire http://www.hertsdirect.org/atozofservices/twcoun3y/twypar4y/ Herts for Learning Ltd http://www.hertsforlearning.co.uk/ Herts Catering Ltd http://hertscatering.co.uk/ East and North Hertfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group www.enhertsccg.nhs.uk Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group http://hertsvalleysccg.nhs.uk/ Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust http://www.hertschs.nhs.uk/ Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust: http://www.hpft.nhs.uk/ East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust: http://www.enherts-tr.nhs.uk/ Herts Community Trust http://www.hertschs.nhs.uk/ Hertfordshire Care Providers Association http://www.hcpa.info/ Supply Hertfordshire Members http://www.supplyhertfordshire.uk/ It is however anticipated that the Council may also require to procure these Services for other Partner Organisations, for example subcontracted service providers, carers etc as defined in Appendix A of the Specification within the Invitation to Tender documents. Flexibility may be required in delivering this solution to other bodies or individuals under the Contract to take account of specific legislative or regulatory requirements of the Council's business. However, volumes of Service Users, Partner Organisations and Participating Bodies cannot be guaranteed. The Participating Bodies and Partner Organisations listed in this Notice and Appendix A of the Specification within the Invitation to Tender documents are provided for information only and for the avoidance of doubt may or may not participate in the Contract at the start, or any time during the Contract Period, but reserve the right to do so, subject to their current contractual commitments relating to this Service. Hertfordshire County Council will be the lead authority and will manage the Contract on behalf of any Participating Body or Partner Organisation accessing this Contract. The solution needs to be capable of being delivered to a broad range of separate sites. This procurement is an Open (one stage process). Suppliers wishing to take part in this project are invited to ‘express interest’ which will give access to the full procurement documents in the e-tendering system. The deadline for Expressions of Interest is 24.8.2015. To be considered as a Bidder you must complete and submit a Bid by the deadline of 12:00 on 24.8.2015. Any questions relating to this procurement must be made via correspondence on the website, in accordance with the procurement documents and can be addressed to the main contact as shown in the details above. Please allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be permitted by the system.

Pre-Procurement Market Engagement for the Provision of Connecting Communities.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published July 11, 2015
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98000000, 75200000, 98133100, 98130000

Hertfordshire County Council (the ‘Council’) is carrying out pre-procurement market engagement in relation to: Connecting Communities — enabling and supporting communities and voluntary sector organisations in Hertfordshire The overall aim of this contract is to deliver a service covering the whole of the county that supports small charities and social enterprises to set up, seek financial investment and develop capacity. The service will also develop and promote volunteering. The annual budget is 263 000 GBP and it is anticipated that the tender will be split into the following 2 lots, however these may be subject to change following the results of the pre-procurement engagement exercise; Lot 1: Supporting, developing and building the capacity of small charities and social enterprises — Supporting setting up a small charity or social enterprise — Governance advice (e.g. getting trustees, quality standards, audit) — Financial advice (business) — Developing/reviewing your organisation/team — Reviewing opportunities for development — Developing workforce and training — Project support — Funding support — Finding and accessing funding — Applying for and securing funding — Funding newsletter — Annual, countywide funding fair — Making links with / developing a referral process to other organisations who can offer alternative or additional support — Proactively promoting volunteering opportunities — Seeking out own external funding opportunities to maximise and add value to work — Signposting and referral to members for projects / assistance / etc. Lot 2: Supporting, developing and promoting local opportunities to take part — Timebanking service available to all residents of Hertfordshire — Matching, coordination and promotion — Maintain records using a consistent system — e.g. Time and Talent or suitable equivalent — Proactively targeting groups / areas of need — Linking up with partners and other organisations to develop a range of opportunities that support Hertfordshire residents — Promoting awareness of and understanding of volunteering and volunteering opportunities — Develop a range of opportunities for different groups that address the priorities of the Health and Wellbeing, Public Health and other relevant strategies — Promote these opportunities widely — Volunteering brokerage (matching volunteers) — Support meaningful activity by matching volunteers to appropriate opportunities — Proactively work with specific at risk groups or those who face barriers to develop accessible volunteering opportunities — Training and support — To individual volunteers — Promote best practice to organisations to help them recruit, develop, manage and train their own volunteers — To have an appropriate accreditation — Working in partnership — With volunteer support providers, other organisations and statutory services to provide comprehensive support and advice; and make Timescales It is currently anticipated that the Council will commence a procurement process in August 2015, with the new service commencing in early January 2016. It is proposed that the Council will run a one stage procurement process. The anticipated contract term is two years with the option of a one year extension. It is likely that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations will apply. The purpose of the Council's pre-procurement market engagement process is to allow and enable potentially interested organisations with appropriate expertise and relevant experience to:- > Outline and generate initial views/ideas around the outcomes, scope and the potential procurement strategy (i.e. with no commitment to themselves or the Council). > Engage with the Council to

Pre-Procurement Market Engagement for the Provision of Transport Planning.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published March 26, 2015
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71300000, 73200000, 71311200, 71311210, 90710000

Introduction. Hertfordshire County Council (the “Council) is a large shire county in the south-east of England with a population of 1.2 million. Hertfordshire is a two-tier authority with 10 district and borough councils providing complementary local services to residents. The Council provides social care for adults and children, schools and education, public libraries, public health (from April 2013), highway and road maintenance, environmental services, trading standards and household waste sites as well as a fire and rescue service. Project Background. The Council currently has a term contract with Opus Arup to run professional services (Client Service Term contract — CST) which runs from October 2012 to October 2019. In addition to this there is a separate single supplier Transport Planning Framework (which began in April 2012 and is due to run to March 2016) which is currently operated by AECOM. It is considered advantageous to maintain a separate specialist transport planning framework outside the main CST service. This will be subject to a competitive tendering (OJEU) process later this year. This market engagement exercise represents the first stage of the pre procurement process to determine market interest in the framework agreement, help define the scope and help identify whether it is beneficial to split some parts of the service required into individual lots in order to attract SME's rather than having an overarching framework agreement covering all of the required transport planning services. Current Position and Scope. The current Transport Planning Framework is due to expire at the end of March 2016 and covers the following scope: — Support in developing Spatial Transport Strategies, policies and schemes (including growth and transport plans, urban transport plans and bike ability assessments); — Modelling support work — including maintenance, update and use of Council owned area wide network models in particular for Local Plan assessment (in conjunction with district councils), building new area wide network models and providing general modelling advice and support; — Development Management support to the in house Development Management team with the assessment of major development proposals. (including analysis of trip generation, trip distribution and trip assignment); — Specialist transport survey work — the design, administration and analysis of the triennial County Travel Survey (a household questionnaire and travel diary survey); — Support for major projects team — scrutiny of business cases for schemes being progressed through the Local Transport Body; — Bid support — provision of evidence feeding into Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) and Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) funding bids; — Support with the development of next Local Transport Plan and daughter documents; — Ad hoc project support — this has included support to our Children School and Families Department in relation to assessment of secondary school options related to major developments, scheme assessment for our passenger transport division and district / borough partners. The framework agreement does not guarantee work but gave a guideline that the expected annual value of works would be up to 500 000 GBP depending on the number and scope of the individual projects required. Over the first three years of the framework agreement the value of works has averaged around 430 000 GBP per annum from the Council (all departments). Additional work does come through from districts (particularly in terms of Local Plan support) and other partner organisations such as the LEP. To date the value of this has averaged around 60 000 GBP per annum in addition to the work directly commissioned by the Council. Current Project Brief. Table 1 in the pre engagement background document indicates an indicative scope of services likely

Pre-procurement Market Engagement for the Provision of Workplace Health Champions for Hertfordshire.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published March 24, 2015
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85000000, 85141000, 85140000, 85100000, 85323000

Hertfordshire County Council is carrying out some pre-procurement market engagement in relation to the Provision of Workplace Health Champions across Hertfordshire. Therefore, the Council has published this Prior Information Notice (‘PIN’) to alert potentially interested organisations with appropriate expertise and relevant experience of this potential opportunity. Interested organisations have the option to attend a Provider Event on Monday 30.3.2015; this will take place at Hertfordshire Development Centre, Six Hills Way, Stevenage, SG1 2FQ. At the Engagement event speakers from the organisation will present and there will be a Q&A panel followed by an update of the procurement timescales. The Council will use this Provider Event to enable interested organisations to: — Engage with the Council to understand its challenges, intentions and desired Outcomes for the Services; and — Discuss the potential formation of supply chains and/or consortiums. The primary aim of this pre-procurement market engagement is to understand the market and the options available for the Council to deliver its Outcomes, not to select organisations to work with. Furthermore, this engagement enables organisations to effectively plan for any potential forthcoming procurement. For the avoidance of doubt, this pre-procurement market engagement is not part of a formal procurement process and the Council is not committed to carrying out such a process. Participation in the pre-procurement market engagement process will be at each organisation's own cost. Participation or non-participation in this pre-procurement market engagement is without prejudice to any resulting procurement process which will be conducted competitively and this will be subject to a separate OJEU Contract Notice. The Council currently envisages that a separate Contract Notice would be issued during April 2015. Background Nationally, employers pay GBP 9 000 000 000 a year in sick pay and associated costs, plus the indirect costs including managing the business with reduced staffing levels, resulting in a significant burden being placed on the health and social care economies within Hertfordshire. Evidence shows that health improvement initiatives within the workplace have positive impacts on employee health resulting in reduced absenteeism and increased productivity which, in the longer term, will reduce the burden on health and social care economies. National Drivers — Health at Work — an independent review of sickness absence, 2011 (Dame Carol Black and David Frost CBE); — NICE guidance, Workplace Health, July 2012. Local Drivers It is well documented in the Hertfordshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) that Lifestyle issues contribute to poorer health outcomes in Hertfordshire (e.g. smoking, physical activity and weight management). A variety of documents are available to highlight key areas for intervention (links to these documents will be provided at the Provider Event): — Healthier Herts: A Public Health Strategy for Hertfordshire 2013-2017; — Hertfordshire's Corporate Plan 2013-2017; — Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Hertfordshire 2013-2017. The overall aim of the programme is to support employers in Hertfordshire to engage with their staff in order to improve their health and reduce ill health in the workplace. Current Services required — To provide a menu of workplace offers to 25 employers in Hertfordshire in order to improve the health of their employees. — Employers can be defined as public sector (including voluntary sector) or private sector employers. — To offer these employers workplace health champions and mental health lite training for key employees. — To ensure delivery of workplace mini health MOTs. — To develop a sustainability model for the ongoing delivery of the workplace health