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West Midlands Consultant-led Orthodontics Services

Arden and GEM CSU | Published August 24, 2016
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West Midlands Consultant-led Orthodontics Services.

Asbestos-removal work

Derby City Council | Published September 15, 2016  -  Deadline October 14, 2016
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45262660

Derby City Council has over 1 000 buildings across the city of Derby which include amongst others, schools, libraries, community buildings and offices. Many of these buildings contain asbestos in 1 form or another. The full range of services includes removal, encapsulation, environmental cleans. Asbestos waste collection and an emergency call out service. Asbestos work may be required in occupied buildings and maybe monitored by the councils appointed consultant/analyst.

Asbestos-removal work

Derby City Council | Published February 16, 2017
Winner
Asbestos Control and Treatment Ltd
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45262660

Derby City Council has over 1 000 buildings across the city of Derby which include amongst others, schools, libraries, community buildings and offices. Many of these buildings contain asbestos in one form or another. The full range of services includes removal, encapsulation, environmental cleans. Asbestos waste collection and an emergency call out service. Asbestos work may be required in occupied buildings and maybe monitored by the councils appointed consultant/analyst.

Tenders were invited for inclusion on the framework for provision of Asbestos Removal. The successful Service Providers awarded a position on the framework are responsible for providing the service.

Nottingham City CCG Community Ophthalmology Service.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published April 15, 2015
Winner
East Midlands Medical Services
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85323000, 85100000

The aim of the Community Ophthalmology Service is to manage patients with ophthalmic conditions in a primary care setting where it is appropriate to do so. The Service will ensure that patients are transferred to secondary or specialist care only when specialist treatment is required, which will offer value for money and result in reduced patient anxiety. The Community Ophthalmology Service will provide the following community services: — Community Triage (GOS18 and GP referral); — Community Assessment (delivered by optometrists with enhanced qualifications); — Community COAG & OHT Service (Chronic Open Angle Glaucoma & Ocular Hypertension); — Community Low Vision Aid Service. The Service will be provided by qualified clinical practitioners with Ophthalmic Consultant overview. The Service will provide continuous improvement in quality through formalised arrangements for peer review and audit. The provider will work closely with the secondary care provider and will be expected to develop pathways for the transition of care between primary and secondary care and direct access to diagnostic tests as appropriate. Objectives — Reduction in secondary care first and follow up appointments for patients with ophthalmic conditions that could be appropriately assessed, treated or monitored in primary care. — Provide multiple community-based clinic locations that are accessible to patients. — Reduce known barriers to access, including language and sight barriers. — Offer community assessment within 2 weeks of referral with appointments that are flexible (including options at weekends and after 17:00). — Provide a responsive and clinically robust triage of all ophthalmology referrals with protocols and pathways to guide decision making. — Improve the quality of optometrist GOS18 referrals through feedback to referrers. — Ensure consistency in approach to assessment, treatment and management of patients who are referred to the Service. — Provision of Consultant first assessments for patients with chronic open angle glaucoma (COAG) and ocular hypertension (OHT) diagnosis and monitoring service. — Provide a named clinical and operational lead who will be responsible for the overall management and co-ordination of the Community Ophthalmology Service.

Review of Health Services in Derbyshire Special Schools

Derbyshire County Council | Published February 9, 2015  -  Deadline March 9, 2015
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85311300

Derbyshire County Council, the 10 Derbyshire Special Schools and 4 Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Groups wish to jointly commission a suitably experienced firm or an appropriately qualified consultant to carry out a review of the health needs of pupils attending Derbyshire special schools and are inviting quotations for this work. The review must be led by a qualified Clinician, who is familiar with national legislation, guidance and professional standards including relevant guidelines by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence. The expectation is that the review will be completed by the end of May 2015 and that 20 days will be sufficient to complete the work. However there will be some flexibility to consider alternative proposals and timescales within the overall budget. Children’s therapy needs: - occupational therapy - physiotherapy - speech and language and - children’s nursing - emotional wellbeing needs will be the primary focus of the review.

Evaluation consultancy services

Arden & GEM CSU on behalf of Nottingham City CCG | Published January 25, 2017
Winner
SQW Limited
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79419000

Evaluation aims/questions. The overall aim of this study is to undertake a detailed process and impact evaluation of the Midlands cluster Vanguards. The study should be both formative and summative in its design. As such, it should be used to shape the delivery of the programme as it is delivered, as well as provide summative findings on the impact that the programme is having. The evaluation should answer the following key questions: — What is the context (e.g. history, culture, relationships, health inequalities, local and national policies, national legislation)? — What key changes have the vanguards made and which providers, workforce groups and patients are being affected by them? — How have these changes been implemented? — What has been the role and benefit of patient/carer and public involvement and workforce engagement? — What is the change in resource use and cost for the specific interventions that encompass the vanguard programme (IUC and other UEC priorities) locally.

Evaluation aims/questions The overall aim of this study is to undertake a detailed process and impact evaluation of the Midlands cluster Vanguards. The study should be both formative and summative in its design. As such, it should be used to shape the delivery of the programme as it is delivered, as well as provide summative findings on the impact that the programme is having. The evaluation should answer the following key questions: — What is the context (e.g. history, culture, relationships, health inequalities, local and national policies, national legislation)? — What key changes have the vanguards made and which providers, workforce groups and patients are being affected by them? — How have these changes been implemented? — What has been the role and benefit of patient/carer and public involvement and workforce engagement? — What is the change in resource use and cost for the specific interventions that encompass the vanguard programme (IUC and other UEC priorities) locally.

Building consultancy services

Futures Housing Group | Published August 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 19, 2016
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Employers Agent for Developments over 3 000 001 GBP.

Evaluation consultancy services

Arden and GEM CSU on behalf of Nottingham City CCG | Published September 14, 2016  -  Deadline October 10, 2016
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79419000, 79411000, 73210000

Evaluation aims/questions

Environmental issues consultancy services

Derby City Council | Published September 22, 2016
Winner
CleanTech Business Ltd
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90713000

We require consultancy support to help progress the LCTTC from the initial concept feasibility stage into a pilot delivery phase. This will include the development of the following tasks alongside market testing and pilot delivery to include, and not limited to:

Technical analysis or consultancy services

Arden and GEM CSU | Published September 28, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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71621000, 73000000, 79419000

Health Economics including development of ROI tools.

Environmental issues consultancy services

Derby City Council | Published July 20, 2016  -  Deadline August 17, 2016
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We require consultancy support to help progress the LCTTC from the initial concept feasibility stage into a pilot delivery phase. This will include the development of the following tasks alongside market testing and pilot delivery to include, and not limited to:

NHS England Level 2 Oral Surgery Services for Essex Area Team.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published November 22, 2014  -  Deadline December 12, 2014
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85130000, 85130000, 85130000, 85130000, 85130000, 85130000

NHS England, Essex Area Team, wishes to commission a Level 2 Oral Surgery Service, located in primary care or other locality settings, at a range of locations and from a number of providers to complement existing GDS and hospital services. The aim of the introduction of Level 2 Oral Surgery Service is to: — reduce referrals into secondary care; — ensure patients are treated within 18 weeks; — prevent inappropriate referrals from GDPs; — identify training and education needs of GDPs; — increase the access of oral surgery services across the whole of the county; — ensure that patients are treatment in the most appropriate setting; — to enhance preventative and quality services to patients. Details of eligible patients (referred by local dentists) will be allocated between level 2 oral surgery providers via clinical triage system to ensure that only appropriate cases are treated through this service and that the referral pathway can be audited. The service is restricted to patients resident in Essex and/or registered with a GP in Essex aged 12 and over but including the occasional orthodontic extraction case of appropriate complexity if this is supported by a specialist or consultant orthodontist for treatment before the age of 12 as part of an orthodontic treatment plan. Level 2 providers will work constructively and collaboratively to provide the treatment element of the Level 2 service and help to promote good practice amongst referring GDPs.

TD1213-Playing Pitch Strategy Consultants

Derby City Council | Published June 30, 2017  -  Deadline May 26, 2017
Winner
Knight, Kavanagh & Page
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73220000

Derby City Council is working in partnership with South Derbyshire District Council and Sport England to complete two aligned Playing Pitch Strategies which will determine clear priorities and pathways for the future delivery of outdoor sport across the two authority areas. In order to assess supply and demand for the future delivery of outdoor sport across the two authority areas, an up to date Playing Pitch Strategy for each area is required that acknowledges the need to align resources, investment and priorities where appropriate. The strategies will provide a more robust assessment which will be fed into respective overarching strategies for both authorities and help to inform partners when developing outdoor sports provision. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 15:00 on 25 May 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 14:00 on 26 May 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,.

TD1213-Playing Pitch Strategy Consultants

Derby City Council | Published May 9, 2017  -  Deadline May 25, 2017
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73000000,

Derby City Council is working in partnership with South Derbyshire District Council and Sport England to complete two aligned Playing Pitch Strategies which will determine clear priorities and pathways for the future delivery of outdoor sport across the two authority areas. In order to assess supply and demand for the future delivery of outdoor sport across the two authority areas, an up to date Playing Pitch Strategy for each area is required that acknowledges the need to align resources, investment and priorities where appropriate. The strategies will provide a more robust assessment which will be fed into respective overarching strategies for both authorities and help to inform partners when developing outdoor sports provision. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 15:00 on 25 May 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 14:00 on 26 May 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,.

TD1213-Playing Pitch Strategy Consultants

Derby City Council | Published May 9, 2017  -  Deadline May 26, 2017
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73220000

Derby City Council is working in partnership with South Derbyshire District Council and Sport England to complete two aligned Playing Pitch Strategies which will determine clear priorities and pathways for the future delivery of outdoor sport across the two authority areas. In order to assess supply and demand for the future delivery of outdoor sport across the two authority areas, an up to date Playing Pitch Strategy for each area is required that acknowledges the need to align resources, investment and priorities where appropriate. The strategies will provide a more robust assessment which will be fed into respective overarching strategies for both authorities and help to inform partners when developing outdoor sports provision. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 15:00 on 25 May 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 14:00 on 26 May 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 Specialist Consultancy Services.

Derby City Council | Published July 7, 2015
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Peter Brett Associates LLP, AECOM Infrastructure & Environment UK Limited, Land Use Consultants (LUC), David Lock Associates Limited, Atkins Ltd, WYG, Ove Arup & Partners Ltd, Alistair Coey Architects Limited, Latham Architects, Anarchitecture Ltd T/A Conception, B3 Burgess Ltd T/A B3 Architects, Letts Wheeler Architects, The Environment Partnership (TEP) Limited, IBI Taylor Young Trading as IBI Group, Bauman Lyons Architects Ltd, Amanda Reynolds Urbanism Limited (AR Urbanism), OPUN Architecture East Midlands Ltd, GVA Grimley Limited, DTZ, Thomas Lister Limited, Fisher Hargreaves Proctor Ltd, Smith Creative, The Point Creative Studio, Refresh Marketing Consultancy Ltd, Diva Creative, Focus Consultants 2010 LLP, Mace Limited, Turner and Townsend Project Management Ltd, Ridge and Partners LLP, Bernard Geomatics Limited, Faithful and Gould, Gleeds Management Service Limited, GCA (UK) Ltd, Gelder Ltd, Glancy Nicholls Architects Ltd
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71000000, 70000000, 71220000, 71240000, 71250000, 71251000, 71300000, 71310000, 71311000, 71312000, 71313000, 71313400, 71313440, 71315300, 71320000, 71322100, 71330000, 71333000, 71350000, 71351914, 71400000, 71410000, 71500000, 71540000, 71541000, 73200000, 73220000, 79341000, 79342000, 79342200, 79411000, 79411100, 79413000, 79416200, 79822500, 80000000, 90711000, 90711400, 90712100, 90712400, 90713000

Tenders are invited for inclusion on the framework for provision of specialist consultancy services. Lot 1 Strategic Planning Lot 2 Development Management Lot 3 Heritage Lot 4 Urban Design Lot 5 Public Participation and Training Lot 6 Commercial Lot 7 Marketing and Communications Lot 8 Employers Agent (Commercial & Residential) Lot 9 Technical and Surveying Services (Commercial & Residential) Lot 10 Architectural Services (Commercial & Residential)Tenderers are invited to bid for maximum of 2 Lots, in doing so; Tenderers are required to demonstrate their relevant knowledge and experience of having provided similar consultancy services to those being tendered. Tenders are invited from individual organisations or a consortium of organisations working in partnership to deliver the services. Where a consortium approach is proposed, the Lead Supplier will be contracted, tenderers should be clear how the services will be delivered and managed as a whole service. Proposals involving sub-contracting will be considered, however if this approach is proposed then tenderers should identify how the arrangement will be managed and how they will ensure that the contract conditions are adhered to. The Framework will be let for an initial period of two years; the Framework is estimated to commence 1.4.2015 and expire 31.3.2017. There will be an option to extend the Framework for a further 2 years in annual increments. The maximum framework duration is four years. Whilst principally for use by Derby City Council, the Framework will also be open for use by Derby Homes, Derby College, The University of Derby and other Derbyshire local authorities (such definition shall include without limitation city, county, unitary, district, borough, parish and other local councils) who will be able to enter in to call off contracts under the Framework Agreement. Derby City Council will be the principal user of the framework, however there maybe occasions when other procurement routes are selected for some specific requirements. There will be no obligation on the other named authorities to use the Framework to enter into call off contracts with the suppliers appointed nor will any guarantee be 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. Suppliers will have to form their own views as to the potential for such an arrangement. Call off contracts from the framework may be related to projects or programmes that are financed by community funds for example Regeneration Projects funded by the European Regional Development Fund or Regional Growth fund.

Framework for Provision of Asbestos Consultancy Services.

Derby City Council | Published January 29, 2015
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Monitor Environmental Ltd, AMS Asbestos Management Services, PKL Consultants Limited, First Order Red Ltd, BDA Surveying Ltd
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90713000, 45262660, 71317210, 79417000, 90650000

Derby City Council wishes to implement a framework for asbestos consultancy services. A 2-stage procurement process is being used in accordance with the restricted procedure as defined in the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (Statutory Instrument No 5). Stage one of the process comprises a pre-qualification process, designed to identify and short-list suitable potential suppliers. Stage 2 will be the formal tender process involving those organisations identified and selected from stage one. In stage one applicant's will be ranked according to their scores and the highest 10 scoring applicants will be shortlisted to proceed to stage 2, (providing that there is sufficient number of suitable applicants for this number to be selected). It is envisaged that 5 (five) organisations will be appointed to the framework to supply services on a call-off basis, as and when required. Derby City Council makes no guarantee as to the volume of business on offer and any volumes given are indicative only and intended as a general guide. The contract value is approximately 150 000 GBP per annum but is subject to variation depending on budgetary provision and the nature of the project. The scope of works will range from minor route surveys, demolition, repairs and refurbishment works through to major projects on the full range of Council properties which include amongst others, schools, libraries, community buildings and offices. It is also likely to involve scientific studies on asbestos exposure within buildings. Call off contracts from the framework may be related to projects or programmes that are financed by community funds for example Regeneration Projects funded by the European Regional Development Fund or Regional Growth fund. The suppliers appointed to the framework will provide a full range of asbestos analytical services across the Council Estate. Projects will include, but not be limited to: 1) Ad hoc surveys for management and refurbishment/demolition purposes; 2) Bulk sampling; 3) Identification of asbestos by PLM; 4) Air monitoring; 5) Fibre counting; 6) Clearance testing; 7) SEM analysis & Fibre discrimination as required; 8) Attendance to emergency situations; 9) The provision of expert professional advice including specification writing. 10) Management surveys using the Councils in house SAM.net system; 11) Periodic re-inspections; 12) Face fit testing; 13) Asbestos training courses as and when required; 14) Agreement to provide suitably qualified and experienced individuals on a secondment basis to DCC. The appointed suppliers may be required to have an input to asbestos awareness training for Council staff and external contractors. The successful suppliers MUST hold and maintain throughout the contract UKAS or equivalent accreditation for the sampling of air for fibre counting; fibre counting; 4 stage clearance process; counting and identification of asbestos fibres in air and bulk materials PLM (ISO/IEC 17025:2005); sampling of bulk materials for asbestos identification; identification of asbestos in bulk samples; surveying for asbestos in premises (ISO/IEC17020:2012); It is an essential requirement that suppliers are able to achieve a response time to a Derby City site of a maximum 1 hour. The framework period is 2 years; the framework is estimated to commence 5.1.2015. There is an option to extend for a further 2 years. The maximum framework period is 4 years. The Council intends to accept tenders for the whole of the package only.

Supervised Contact – Social Value Consultation

Derby City Council | Published August 31, 2016  -  Deadline September 16, 2016
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85000000,

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 supervised contact to children and young people looked after either in Derby City or Out of Authority where legal proceedings have ended and children and young people remain in the care of the local authority. The service is required to meet our statutory obligations to deliver court ordered supervised contact (both pre and court proceedings) to vulnerable children and young people. The frequency of contact with family, siblings and other significant family members is court directed and the service must be flexible to meet not only these requirements but service requests and timescales. 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. A more detailed provisional service specification is available to download below. Please email suggestions and comments to catherine.young@derby.gov.uk 12.00noon on Friday 16th September 2016. 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’.

Children’s Rights Service (CRS) – Social Value Consultation

Derby City Council | Published August 17, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
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85000000, 98000000,

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 a service targeted at supporting children and young people in care. The Children’s Rights Service provides independent information, advice and advocacy directly to and from children and young people who are looked after by Derby City Council and care leavers. In summary the services include: • Advocacy for 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 for Children in Care • A Children in Care Council (C) • Representation for child protection conferences and meetings in relation to young people who abuse others (ACYP) The successful Service Provider will make a significant contribution to improving the following outcomes for children in need and children in care in Derby through the effective delivery of Advocacy and Independent Visitor Services: • Increased awareness of rights • Learn advocacy and associated skills • Contribute to planning and decision making • Views and opinions voiced and acted on 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. A more detailed outline of the existing specification is available to download below. Please email responses to sophie.pickles@derby.gov.uk by 12.00noon on Friday 2nd September 2016. 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’.

Social Value Consultation for Day Opportuntities Service

Derby City Council | Published June 12, 2017  -  Deadline June 22, 2017
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98000000,

Derby City Council wishes to undertake a Social Value Consultation exercise and receive comments of the service specification with suitably qualified and experienced organisations and interested stakeholders in advance of a formal tendering process to provide a framework targeted at providing Day Opportunities for: • Customers with profound, multiple learning disabilities and complex communication and health needs • Customers with Autism, Complex Communication needs and behaviours which may challenge 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.