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CRE00241 Framework for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing (non-medical).

North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) (hosted by and acting through Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) | Published February 18, 2016
Winner
MWUK Ltd
cpvs
18100000, 33735100, 18141000, 18113000, 18222000, 18810000, 18444000, 18140000, 33199000, 35113400, 18830000, 18221000, 18110000, 18142000, 18800000, 18811000, 18831000, 18443500, 18143000, 18444100

Framework Agreement for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective equipment and clothing (non-medical).

Uniform spend is prevalent within the Non-Clinical Supplies and Services category, and has been identified as an area where NHS organisation can deliver efficiencies through rationalising and standardising garment/product requirements.

Lot 1 Healthcare Uniforms will include a range of healthcare uniforms, including but not limited to tunics, dresses, scrubs and trousers, as well as associated accompanying items.

Lot 2 Workwear including Footwear will include a range of protective and corporate wear including footwear.

Lot 3 Personal protective equipment and clothing will provide personal protective clothing and equipment to equip non-medical staff in a health and safety environment.

CRE00241 Framework for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing (non-medical).

North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) (hosted by and acting through Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
cpvs
18143000, 33735100, 18141000, 35113440, 18444000, 35113400, 18142000, 18140000, 18443500, 33735000, 35113430, 18444200, 18444100

Framework Agreement for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective equipment and clothing (non-medical). Uniform spend is prevalent within the Non-Clinical Supplies and Services category, and has been identified as an area where NHS organisation can deliver efficiencies through rationalising and standardising garment/product requirements. Lot 1: Healthcare Uniforms will include a range of healthcare uniforms, including but not limited to tunics, dresses, scrubs and trousers, as well as associated accompanying items. Lot 2: Workwear including Footwear will include a range of protective and corporate wear including footwear. Lot 3: Personal protective equipment and clothing will provide personal protective clothing and equipment to equip non-medical staff in a health and safety environment.

Framework Agreement for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing (non-medical)

North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
Winner
Arco Ltd
cpvs
18000000

Framework Agreement for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective equipment and clothing (non-medical). Uniform spend is prevalent within the Non-Clinical Supplies and Services category, and has been identified as an area where NHS organisation can deliver efficiencies through rationalising and standardising garment/product requirements. Lot 1 Healthcare Uniforms will include a range of healthcare uniforms, including but not limited to tunics, dresses, scrubs and trousers, as well as associated accompanying items. Lot 2 Workwear including Footwear will include a range of protective and corporate wear including footwear. Lot 3 Personal protective equipment and clothing will provide personal protective clothing and equipment to equip non-medical staff in a health and safety environment.

Retail Trade Framework — The Service of Supplying Goods to DWP customers. Lot 1 — Ladies and Gentlemen's Clothing

Department for Work and Pensions | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
<CONTACT_DATA_WITHOUT_RESPONSIBLE_NAME><ORGANISATION><OFFICIALNAME>MWUK Limited trading as Alexandra</OFFICIALNAME></ORGANISATION><ADDRESS>West Park House</ADDRESS><TOWN>Thornbury, Bristol</TOWN><POSTAL_CODE>BS35 2NT</POSTAL_CODE><COUNTRY VALUE="UK"/></CONTACT_DATA_WITHOUT_RESPONSIBLE_NAME>
cpvs
18000000, 18235000, 18234000, 18231000, 18233000, 18232000, 18200000, 18800000

Framework Agreement with 2 suppliers to supply Ladies and Gentlemens clothing to support customers into and retain employment. Jobcentre Plus plays a major role in helping people gain the support and skills they need to find and stay in work. It provides services based on individual customers' needs to achieve the best outcome for them, while continuously building performance, efficiency and value for money. As part of this support Jobcentre Plus administers the Flexible Support Fund (FSF) to support customers into work. The FSF was introduced in April 2011 by amalgamating a number of budgets in to a single budget. All JCP District Managers (DM) receive an FSF allocation consisting of a discretionary fund which they can use to support local economic activity, supplement mainstream provision and tailor support to meet the specific needs of individuals and their local area. A proportion of the FSF is used to provide financial support to customers who experience barriers which prevent them from getting a job or moving closer to the labour market. Within this element of funding, a significant number of financial awards are made to customers enabling them to purchase suitable clothing for a job interview or special equipment or tools making them more readily available to start work. The framework agreements will be awarded for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 plus 1 basis. There will be no guarantee of the volume of purchases. The estimated value of each lot is based on previous in year spend.

CRE00241 Framework for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal P

North of England NHS Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) | Published February 18, 2016
Winner
Behrens Healthcare, Direct Corporate Clothing plc, Meltemi Limited, MWUK Ltd, The Rizues Limited, Arden Winch &amp; Co Ltd, Clad Safety Limited, Direct Corporate Clothing, Arco ltd
cpvs
18100000, 33735100, 18141000, 18113000, 18222000, 18810000, 18444000, 18140000, 33199000, 35113400, 18830000, 18221000, 18110000, 18142000, 18800000, 18811000, 18831000, 18443500, 18143000, 18444100

Framework Agreement for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective equipment and clothing (non-medical).

Uniform spend is prevalent within the Non-Clinical Supplies and Services category, and has been identified as an area where NHS organisation can deliver efficiencies through rationalising and standardising garment/product requirements.

Lot 1 Healthcare Uniforms will include a range of healthcare uniforms, including but not limited to tunics, dresses, scrubs and trousers, as well as associated accompanying items.

Lot 2 Workwear including Footwear will include a range of protective and corporate wear including footwear.

Lot 3 Personal protective equipment and clothing will provide personal protective clothing and equipment to equip non-medical staff in a health and safety environment.

CRE00241 Framework for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal P

North of England NHS Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
cpvs
18100000, 33735100, 18141000, 18113000, 18222000, 18810000, 18444000, 18140000, 33199000, 35113400, 18830000, 18221000, 18110000, 18142000, 18800000, 18811000, 18831000, 18443500, 18143000, 18444100, 18100000, 18110000, 18222000, 18113000, 33199000, 18100000, 18800000, 18831000, 18830000, 18811000, 18000000, 18810000, 18113000, 18222000, 18812000, 18221000, 18143000, 33735100, 18141000, 35113440, 18444000, 35113400, 18142000, 18140000, 18443500, 33735000, 35113430, 18444200, 18444100

Framework Agreement for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective equipment and clothing (non-medical). Uniform spend is prevalent within the Non-Clinical Supplies and Services category, and has been identified as an area where NHS organisation can deliver efficiencies through rationalising and standardising garment/product requirements. Lot 1: Healthcare Uniforms will include a range of healthcare uniforms, including but not limited to tunics, dresses, scrubs and trousers, as well as associated accompanying items. Lot 2: Workwear including Footwear will include a range of protective and corporate wear including footwear. Lot 3: Personal protective equipment and clothing will provide personal protective clothing and equipment to equip non-medical staff in a health and safety environment.

Retail Trade Framework — The Service of Supplying Goods to DWP customers. Lot 1 — Ladies and Gentlem

Department for Work and Pensions | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
Matalan Retail Limited, MWUK Limited trading as Alexandra
cpvs
18000000, 18235000, 18234000, 18231000, 18233000, 18232000, 18200000, 18800000

Framework Agreement with 2 suppliers to supply Ladies and Gentlemens clothing to support customers into and retain employment. Jobcentre Plus plays a major role in helping people gain the support and skills they need to find and stay in work. It provides services based on individual customers' needs to achieve the best outcome for them, while continuously building performance, efficiency and value for money. As part of this support Jobcentre Plus administers the Flexible Support Fund (FSF) to support customers into work. The FSF was introduced in April 2011 by amalgamating a number of budgets in to a single budget. All JCP District Managers (DM) receive an FSF allocation consisting of a discretionary fund which they can use to support local economic activity, supplement mainstream provision and tailor support to meet the specific needs of individuals and their local area. A proportion of the FSF is used to provide financial support to customers who experience barriers which prevent them from getting a job or moving closer to the labour market. Within this element of funding, a significant number of financial awards are made to customers enabling them to purchase suitable clothing for a job interview or special equipment or tools making them more readily available to start work. The framework agreements will be awarded for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 plus 1 basis. There will be no guarantee of the volume of purchases. The estimated value of each lot is based on previous in year spend.

Retail Trade Framework — The Service of Supplying Goods to DWP customers. Lot 2 — Work-wear.

Department for Work and Pensions | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
MWUK Limited trading as Alexandra, Arco Limited
cpvs
18100000

Framework Agreement with two suppliers to supply Work-wear to support customers into and retail employment. Jobcentre Plus plays a major role in helping people gain the support and skills they need to find and stay in work. It provides services based on individual customers' needs to achieve the best outcome for them, while continuously building performance, efficiency and value for money. As part of this support Jobcentre Plus administers the Flexible Support Fund (FSF) to support customers into work. The FSF was introduced in April 2011 by amalgamating a number of budgets in to a single budget. All JCP District Managers (DM) receive an FSF allocation consisting of a discretionary fund which they can use to support local economic activity, supplement mainstream provision and tailor support to meet the specific needs of individuals and their local area. A proportion of the FSF is used to provide financial support to customers who experience barriers which prevent them from getting a job or moving closer to the labour market. Within this element of funding, a significant number of financial awards are made to customers enabling them to purchase suitable clothing for a job interview or special equipment or tools making them more readily available to start work. The framework agreements will be awarded for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 plus 1 basis. There will be no guarantee of the volume of purchases. The estimated value of each lot is based on previous in year spend.

Retail Trade Framework — The Service of Supplying Goods to DWP customers. Lot 4 — Bicycles and Acces

Department for Work and Pensions | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
Argos Business Solutions, Halfords Limited
cpvs
34430000, 34432000, 18444112

Framework Agreement with two suppliers to supply bicycles and accessories to support customers into and retain employment. Jobcentre Plus plays a major role in helping people gain the support and skills they need to find and stay in work. It provides services based on individual customers' needs to achieve the best outcome for them, while continuously building performance, efficiency and value for money. As part of this support Jobcentre Plus administers the Flexible Support Fund (FSF) to support customers into work. The FSF was introduced in April 2011 by amalgamating a number of budgets in to a single budget. All JCP District Managers (DM) receive an FSF allocation consisting of a discretionary fund which they can use to support local economic activity, supplement mainstream provision and tailor support to meet the specific needs of individuals and their local area. A proportion of the FSF is used to provide financial support to customers who experience barriers which prevent them from getting a job or moving closer to the labour market. Within this element of funding, a significant number of financial awards are made to customers enabling them to purchase suitable clothing for a job interview or special equipment or tools making them more readily available to start work. The framework agreements will be awarded for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 plus 1 basis. There will be no guarantee of the volume of purchases. The estimated value of each lot is based on previous in year spend.

Retail Trade Framework — The Service of Supplying Goods to DWP customers. Lot 3 — Work Tools and Equ

Department for Work and Pensions | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
Arco Limited, Argos Business Solutions
cpvs
44510000, 44511000, 43830000

Framework Agreement with two suppliers to supply work Tools and Equipment to support customers into and retain employment. Jobcentre Plus plays a major role in helping people gain the support and skills they need to find and stay in work. It provides services based on individual customers' needs to achieve the best outcome for them, while continuously building performance, efficiency and value for money. As part of this support Jobcentre Plus administers the Flexible Support Fund (FSF) to support customers into work. The FSF was introduced in April 2011 by amalgamating a number of budgets in to a single budget. All JCP District Managers (DM) receive an FSF allocation consisting of a discretionary fund which they can use to support local economic activity, supplement mainstream provision and tailor support to meet the specific needs of individuals and their local area. A proportion of the FSF is used to provide financial support to customers who experience barriers which prevent them from getting a job or moving closer to the labour market. Within this element of funding, a significant number of financial awards are made to customers enabling them to purchase suitable clothing for a job interview or special equipment or tools making them more readily available to start work. The framework agreements will be awarded for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 plus 1 basis. There will be no guarantee of the volume of purchases. The estimated value of each lot is based on previous in year spend.

Retail Trade Framework — The Service of Supplying Goods to DWP customers. Lot 5 — Laptop Computers, Tablets and Mobile Phone

Department for Work and Pensions | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
<CONTACT_DATA_WITHOUT_RESPONSIBLE_NAME><ORGANISATION><OFFICIALNAME>Argos Business Solutions</OFFICIALNAME></ORGANISATION><ADDRESS>489-499 Avebury Boulevard</ADDRESS><TOWN>Milton Keynes</TOWN><POSTAL_CODE>MK9 2NW</POSTAL_CODE><COUNTRY VALUE="UK"/></CONTACT_DATA_WITHOUT_RESPONSIBLE_NAME>
cpvs
30200000, 32250000, 30213000

Framework Agreement with 1 supplier to supply Laptop Computers, Tablets and Mobile Phones to support customers into and retain employment Jobcentre Plus plays a major role in helping people gain the support and skills they need to find and stay in work. It provides services based on individual customers' needs to achieve the best outcome for them, while continuously building performance, efficiency and value for money. As part of this support Jobcentre Plus administers the Flexible Support Fund (FSF) to support customers into work. The FSF was introduced in April 2011 by amalgamating a number of budgets in to a single budget. All JCP District Managers (DM) receive an FSF allocation consisting of a discretionary fund which they can use to support local economic activity, supplement mainstream provision and tailor support to meet the specific needs of individuals and their local area. A proportion of the FSF is used to provide financial support to customers who experience barriers which prevent them from getting a job or moving closer to the labour market. Within this element of funding, a significant number of financial awards are made to customers enabling them to purchase suitable clothing for a job interview or special equipment or tools making them more readily available to start work. The framework agreements will be awarded for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 plus 1 basis. There will be no guarantee of the volume of purchases. The estimated value of each lot is based on previous in year spend.

Retail Trade Framework — The Service of Supplying Goods to DWP customers. Lot 5 — Laptop Computers,

Department for Work and Pensions | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
Argos Business Solutions
cpvs
30200000, 32250000, 30213000

Framework Agreement with 1 supplier to supply Laptop Computers, Tablets and Mobile Phones to support customers into and retain employment Jobcentre Plus plays a major role in helping people gain the support and skills they need to find and stay in work. It provides services based on individual customers' needs to achieve the best outcome for them, while continuously building performance, efficiency and value for money. As part of this support Jobcentre Plus administers the Flexible Support Fund (FSF) to support customers into work. The FSF was introduced in April 2011 by amalgamating a number of budgets in to a single budget. All JCP District Managers (DM) receive an FSF allocation consisting of a discretionary fund which they can use to support local economic activity, supplement mainstream provision and tailor support to meet the specific needs of individuals and their local area. A proportion of the FSF is used to provide financial support to customers who experience barriers which prevent them from getting a job or moving closer to the labour market. Within this element of funding, a significant number of financial awards are made to customers enabling them to purchase suitable clothing for a job interview or special equipment or tools making them more readily available to start work. The framework agreements will be awarded for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 plus 1 basis. There will be no guarantee of the volume of purchases. The estimated value of each lot is based on previous in year spend.
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