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Capital BR/AB/PH — Consultant Consortia Framework.

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published July 4, 2015
Winner
IBI Nightingale
cpvs
71220000, 71000000, 71500000, 71530000

Design team consortia, comprising of: Lead Consultant; Architect; Mechanical, Electrical and Structural Designers; Clerk of Works/Site Engineer; CDM Co-ordinator; Waste Management Co-ordinator for a NHS Foundation Trust based in the North Yorkshire area.

York Guildhall Media Arts Centre Design Team.

City of York Council | Published December 4, 2015
Winner
Burrell Foyley Fischer LLP
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71223000, 71240000, 71250000, 71251000, 71300000, 71310000, 45212350, 71312000, 71321000

City of York Council (‘CYC’) require a consortium bid from a design team to include: — Lead Architect — CYC require the lead architect to provide general support and co-ordinate all members of the deign team and liaise with CYC and CYC's operating partner. The architect shall act as principle designer under the CDM Regulations 2015. CYC require the architect and/or its sub-consultant architect to be conservation accredited; — Structural and Civil Engineering services consultant; — Mechanical and Electrical services consultant — shall provide general advice, environmental advice, BREAM accreditation advice, access control and fire strategy advice.

York Guildhall Media Arts Centre Design Team.

City of York Council | Published March 11, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71223000, 71240000, 71250000, 71251000, 71300000, 71310000, 45212350, 71312000, 71321000

City of York Council (“CYC”) require a consortium bid from a design team to include: — Lead Architect — CYC require the lead architect to provide general support and co-ordinate all members of the deign team and liaise with CYC and CYC's operating partner. The architect shall act as principle designer under the CDM Regulations 2015. CYC require the architect and/or its sub-consultant architect to be conservation accredited; — Structural and Civil Engineering services consultant; — Mechanical and Electrical services consultant — shall provide general advice, environmental advice, BREAM accreditation advice, access control and fire strategy advice.

York Guildhall Media Arts Centre Design Team

City of York Council | Published February 16, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
cpvs
45000000, 71000000, 71250000, 73000000, 79415200, 79420000, 79930000

City of York Council (“CYC”) require a consortium bid from a design team to include:

 

•        Lead Architect  - 

CYC require the lead architect to provide general support and co-ordinate all members of the deign team and liaise with CYC and CYC’s operating partner.  The architect shall act as principle designer under the CDM Regulations 2015. CYC require the architect and/or its sub-consultant architect to be conservation accredited.

 

•        Structural and Civil Engineering services consultant

 

•        Mechanical and Electrical services consultant – shall provide general advice, environmental advice, BREAM accreditation advice, access control and fire strategy advice.

 

Please refer to the Prior Information Notice for further information.

 

York Guildhall Media Arts Centre Design Team.

City of York Council | Published February 20, 2015
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71223000, 71240000, 71250000, 71251000, 71300000, 71310000, 45212350, 71312000, 71321000

City of York Council (‘CYC’) require a consortium bid from a design team to include: — Lead Architect — shall be an accredited conservation architect and shall act as principle designer under CDM 2015 regulations. CYC require the lead architect to provide general project support and co-ordinate of all members of design team and liaise with CYC's operating partner; — Structural and Civil Engineering services consultant; — Mechanical and Electrical services consultant — shall provide general advice, environmental advice, BREAM accreditation advice, access control and fire strategy advice.

Bovine TB Vaccines Licensing Consultancy.

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 'Defra' | Published October 31, 2014
cpvs
73000000

Defra is seeking expressions of interest for the provision of Consultancy for Licensing Vaccines for Bovine TB. Defra is seeking to appoint a single contractor either as an individual or a team working together, to provide expert advice during a critical period as Defra progress licensing and development of an injectable TB cattle vaccine and novel research and development of an oral TB badger vaccine. The advice will be required to ensure that all the work to successfully licence these products is in place and being carried out to required regulatory standards. This advice would be called off when required via a 2 year contract commencing early 2015. There will be no guaranteed minimum value of work under this contract. The workload would fluctuate throughout the 2 years, but would not overall amount to the equivalent of a full time post. Any supplier who may be interested in providing this service should register their interest by emailing james.roberts@defra.gsi.gov.uk by the 17:00 on the 6.11.2014.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Food Standards Agency | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 22, 2017
cpvs
73000000

This tender is to commission work on the design and execution of a pilot surveillance study covering England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland on AMR in Campylobacter spp. on fresh/frozen chicken sold at retail/wholesale and AMR in Salmonella spp. on fresh/frozen minced pork sold at retail / wholesale. In addition, selected commensal organisms (e.g. Escherichia coli, Enterococcus spp. and Klebsiella spp.) will also be included in this study as AMR is not an issue restricted to pathogens. Additional samples will also be taken in Scotland. The study will be representative of all four countries using market share data.

Study design, sample collection at retail and transportation to the testing laboratory;

Microbiological testing, data analysis and reporting.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Food Standards Agency | Published March 21, 2017
Winner
CEFAS
cpvs
73000000

This project is part of the radiological programme that includes monitoring and assessing the impact on the food chain of radiological discharges. The programme includes the monitoring for levels of radioactivity in food and the predictive modelling of exposure. The work enables FSA to assure the public about the safety of food, and this is an important contributing factor to public confidence in the nuclear industry and power generation. The results of the work inform and are essential to the production of the annual Radioactivity in Food and the Environment report.

Each year in partnership with EA, NRW and SEPA, the FSA publishes a report: ‘Radioactivity in Food and the Environment’ (RIFE) which provides the most comprehensive annual independent report of public exposure to radioactivity in the UK.RIFE assesses the effects of radioactivity on the public including people who live close to nuclear sites and eat locally produced food. The report also assesses the exposure to radioactivity from the direct radiation arising from activities carried out on nuclear sites.

To support the production of RIFE the FSA (supported by the EA and ONR) instructs a technical support contractor to undertake a Consumer Habits Research Programme around nuclear licensed sites in England and Wales. Each year, surveys of local habits for leisure, dwelling and food consumption at a selection of sites are conducted. The sites are agreed at an annual meeting of FSA, EA and ONR.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Food Standards Agency | Published October 25, 2016  -  Deadline November 23, 2016
cpvs
73000000

Each year in partnership with EA, NRW and SEPA, the FSA publishes a report: ‘Radioactivity in Food and the Environment’ (RIFE) which provides the most comprehensive annual independent report of public exposure to radioactivity in the UK.RIFE assesses the effects of radioactivity on the public including people who live close to nuclear sites and eat locally produced food. The report also assesses the exposure to radioactivity from the direct radiation arising from activities carried out on nuclear sites.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Food Standards Agency | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 26, 2017
cpvs
73000000

The Provision of Services for The National Reference Laboratories In The UK For:

FS616035 National Reference Laboratory for Feed Additives — Authorisation and Control.

FS616029 National Reference Laboratory for Genetically modified organisms in feed and food.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Food Standards Agency | Published November 27, 2015
cpvs
73000000, 73110000, 73300000

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Business and management consultancy and related services

City of York Council | Published April 13, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
cpvs
79400000, 79342000

York Central (YC) is a brown-field opportunity site of regional and national significance. The site has the potential to deliver major mixed use regeneration immediately to the west of York railway station. Being c 72 hectares of underused and underutilised land, there is an immense opportunity to transform this site and capitalise on the inherent transport connections and proximity to the traditional city centre core.

Recent and evolving master-planning work envisages that the site could support:

— development of up to 80 000 m2 mixed commercial space to support up to 7 000 jobs;

— development of between 1 500 to 2 500 residential units;

— growth of the existing National Railway Museum as a cultural hub;

— the creation of new public realm, parks and green corridor connections between existing communities and throughout the site for pedestrians and cyclists.

The scope of services includes brand identity and marketing collateral, an integrated communications and marketing strategy and community engagement/consultation.

As part of the overall scope of services, regular engagement with the project team, update meetings and reports are required.

The appointed agency from this brief will not be marketing the site to procure future developers and/or investors.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

The Food Standards Agency | Published May 24, 2017  -  Deadline June 26, 2017
cpvs
73000000

Development and validation of an extraction and cell culture based method to assess hepatitis E virus (HEV) infectivity in pork meat and pork products.

Doncaster IEP Depot Traction Power.

Network Rail Infrastructure Limited | Published December 3, 2015
cpvs
34632300, 45234170, 45234110, 45234112, 50711000, 51110000

Network Rail is currently developing its first project using static frequency converter (SFC) technology for a railway traction power supply. The project involves the design, supply, construction, and commissioning of an SFC to be located at Doncaster South, which will supply traction power to Hitachi's new Intercity Express Programme (IEP) Depot at Doncaster and to the adjacent East Coast Main Line. There is also the potential of a maximum 3-year maintenance contract. The project programme requires the SFC at Doncaster South to be commissioned in December 2017. The SFC will have an input voltage of 132 kV 50 Hz and an output voltage of 25 kV 50 Hz. The 30-minute average demand rating of the SFC is expected to be in the vicinity of 25-30 MVA and the instantaneous rating of the SFC is expected to be in the range of 40-45 MVA (peak). Network Rail's contracting strategy for Doncaster South involves 3 major work packages: — the engagement of a consultant to assist Network Rail prepare technical specifications for the SFC, the 25kV feeder station and associated infrastructure at Doncaster South; as well as to assist Network Rail in relation to the safety case for the SFC under the European Common Safety Method and the product approval process for the SFC; — the engagement of a contractor for the design, supply, installation, commissioning and provision of post-commissioning support for the SFC; and — the engagement of a contractor for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of the 25 kV feeder station switchgear at Doncaster South, 25 kV cabling, 25 kV overhead line equipment, SCADA, telecommunications, low voltage power supplies and associated infrastructure. Network Rail has engaged a consultant for the first work package. Invitations to tender for the two remaining packages are expected to be issued in May 2016. Network Rail would like to interact with prospective SFC vendors during the pre-tender period as the SFC specification is developed. This interaction will involve a series of meetings and written questions to the prospective SFC vendors. In mid-February 2016, Network Rail intends to issue a draft specification to the prospective SFC vendors for their review and comment. The intent of this interaction is to develop a specification which clearly defines Network Rail's requirements, which provides all of the design input information required by the prospective SFC vendors and which delivers maximum value to Network Rail and the IEP through value engineering. Given the specification is under development through this preliminary market consultation exercise, the estimates provided at II.6) and VI.3) are indicative only and are subject to subsequent revision as required. The contract duration of 52 months indicated includes the supply of the static frequency converter technology over an estimated period of 16 months and provision for a subsequent maintenance / support contract of up to 36 months. Again, these estimates are indicative only and are subject to subsequent revision as Network Rail's understanding of its requirement is developed. Interaction with the prospective SFC vendors will be carried out under a strict communication protocol to satisfy Network Rail's probity requirements as well as to protect the prospective SFC vendors' intellectual property. The purpose of this notice is to invite prospective SFC vendors to participate in the pre-tender specification development. Interested parties should provide the following details to the above mentioned contact point by Tuesday 15.12.2015.

Doncaster IEP Depot Traction Power.

Network Rail | Published December 3, 2015
cpvs
34632300, 45234170, 45234110, 45234112, 50711000, 51110000

Network Rail is currently developing its first project using static frequency converter (SFC) technology for a railway traction power supply. The project involves the design, supply, construction, and commissioning of an SFC to be located at Doncaster South, which will supply traction power to Hitachi's new Intercity Express Programme (IEP) Depot at Doncaster and to the adjacent East Coast Main Line. There is also the potential of a maximum 3-year maintenance contract. The project programme requires the SFC at Doncaster South to be commissioned in December 2017. The SFC will have an input voltage of 132 kV 50 Hz and an output voltage of 25 kV 50 Hz. The 30-minute average demand rating of the SFC is expected to be in the vicinity of 25-30 MVA and the instantaneous rating of the SFC is expected to be in the range of 40-45 MVA (peak). Network Rail's contracting strategy for Doncaster South involves 3 major work packages: — the engagement of a consultant to assist Network Rail prepare technical specifications for the SFC, the 25kV feeder station and associated infrastructure at Doncaster South; as well as to assist Network Rail in relation to the safety case for the SFC under the European Common Safety Method and the product approval process for the SFC; — the engagement of a contractor for the design, supply, installation, commissioning and provision of post-commissioning support for the SFC; and — the engagement of a contractor for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of the 25 kV feeder station switchgear at Doncaster South, 25 kV cabling, 25 kV overhead line equipment, SCADA, telecommunications, low voltage power supplies and associated infrastructure. Network Rail has engaged a consultant for the first work package. Invitations to tender for the two remaining packages are expected to be issued in May 2016. Network Rail would like to interact with prospective SFC vendors during the pre-tender period as the SFC specification is developed. This interaction will involve a series of meetings and written questions to the prospective SFC vendors. In mid-February 2016, Network Rail intends to issue a draft specification to the prospective SFC vendors for their review and comment. The intent of this interaction is to develop a specification which clearly defines Network Rail's requirements, which provides all of the design input information required by the prospective SFC vendors and which delivers maximum value to Network Rail and the IEP through value engineering. Given the specification is under development through this preliminary market consultation exercise, the estimates provided at II.6) and VI.3) are indicative only and are subject to subsequent revision as required. The contract duration of 52 months indicated includes the supply of the static frequency converter technology over an estimated period of 16 months and provision for a subsequent maintenance / support contract of up to 36 months. Again, these estimates are indicative only and are subject to subsequent revision as Network Rail's understanding of its requirement is developed. Interaction with the prospective SFC vendors will be carried out under a strict communication protocol to satisfy Network Rail's probity requirements as well as to protect the prospective SFC vendors' intellectual property. The purpose of this notice is to invite prospective SFC vendors to participate in the pre-tender specification development. Interested parties should provide the following details to the above mentioned contact point by Tuesday 15.12.2015.

York Central Communications and Marketing Consultancy Service

City of York Council | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
cpvs
79400000

See Tender Documents - www.yortender.co.uk or http://bit.ly/2p1lOjk.

Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

The Higher Education Academy | Published August 14, 2015  -  Deadline September 14, 2015
cpvs
79000000, 79810000, 79952000, 79800000, 79310000, 79342000, 79824000, 79811000, 79823000, 79822500, 79961000, 79415200

Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

Health services

NHS England North Region | Published April 15, 2017
cpvs
85100000

North of England Commissioning Support is working for and on behalf of NHS — England (Yorkshire and the Humber) who wish to commission Community Dental Services for the whole of the Yorkshire and Humber area.

We invite responses from the market for information to assist us with the design and structure of the contract tender, in particular to help us determine appropriate footprint for the service provision, financial envelopes for the tendered contract, the service model under development taking in to account the national documents ‘Guides for Commissioning Dental Specialties — Special Care Dentistry and draft Paediatric Dentistry’ and to help us identify specific areas of risk relating to the tender.

North of England Commissioning Support is working for and on behalf of NHS — England (Yorkshire and the Humber) who wish to commission Community Dental Services for the whole of the Yorkshire and Humber area.

We invite responses from the market for information to assist us with the design and structure of the contract tender, in particular to help us determine appropriate footprint for the service provision, financial envelopes for the tendered contract, the service model under development taking in to account the national documents ‘Guides for Commissioning Dental Specialties — Special Care Dentistry and draft Paediatric Dentistry’ and to help us identify specific areas of risk relating to the tender.

The aim of the CDS will be to improve the oral health and reduce the oral health inequalities of people in Yorkshire and The Humber and Bassetlaw who have a physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, medical, psychological and/or emotional or social impairment or disability or more often a combination of these through:

— Providing high quality consultant-led paediatric and special care dentistry to children and adults. This will include children with more complex dental needs.

— Providing high quality dental care to people from vulnerable groups whose needs may not be accommodated in NHS general dental services

— Through a period of transition during the starting years of the contract, transfer patients with lower levels of complexity assessed using the case mix tool into NHS general dental services so their care can be managed by primary care dental teams

— Deliver in the community setting high quality care for prisoners from Hatfield and Lakes prison (Hatfield prisoners only) and residents at Askham Grange.

The Community Dental Services will work closely the relevant clinical networks, commissioners and primary and secondary providers to ensure appropriate timely, effective and safe Community Dental Service for the treatment of the eligible local population. Work via the clinical networks to take part in the development of the Referral Management System.

Disabled Childrens Short Breaks Facility Designer

City of York Council | Published May 26, 2017  -  Deadline June 26, 2017
cpvs
71000000

The initial part of the appointment is to produce an Architectural feasibility study following the production of an options appraisal arising out of liaison with the CYC management team and key stakeholders. The fee for this element of the design will be established by the submission of a resourced activity schedule. Selection of the consultant for the commission will also be based on a quality assessment details of which follow in later sections of this document. The second part of the appointment should the project advance to delivery stage will include for a multidisciplinary design team to design and deliver a bespoke disabled children's short breaks provision care facility including complex health and autism care in York, to include the following principle roles and associated management of other specialist contributing to the design, the fee for this element of the design will be established by the submission of a percentage fee rate to be applied to the final construction value which is expected to be around £2.5m. Services:- Architect / Principle Designer Mechanical Engineer Electrical Engineer Civil Engineer Structural Engineer Landscape Architect

Dental practice and related services

NHS England North (Yorkshire and the Humber) | Published March 8, 2017
cpvs
85130000, 85000000

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is a commissioning support service and is managing this process for and on behalf of NHS England North (Yorkshire and the Humber)‘The Contracting Authority’.

NHS England — North (Yorkshire and the Humber) is seeking to procure high quality Community Dental Services provided through 5 lots.

Lot 1: Calderdale, Kirklees, Bradford and Craven;

Lot 2: Leeds and Wakefield;

Lot 3: Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster, Barnsley and Bassetlaw;

Lot 4: North Yorkshire and York excluding Craven;

Lot 5: North East Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire, East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull.

North of England Commissioning Support is working for and on behalf of NHS — England (Yorkshire and the Humber) who wish to commission Community Dental Services.

NHS England — North (Yorkshire and the Humber) is seeking to procure high quality Community Dental Services in Calderdale, Kirklees, Bradford and Craven.

The aim of the CDS will be to improve the oral health and reduce the oral health inequalities of people in Yorkshire and The Humber and Bassetlaw who have a physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, medical, psychological and/or emotional or social impairment or disability or more often a combination of these through:

— Providing high quality consultant-led paediatric and special care dentistry to children and adults. This will include children with more complex dental needs.

— Providing high quality dental care to people from vulnerable groups whose needs may not be accommodated in NHS general dental services

— Through a period of transition over three years, transfer patients with lower levels of complexity assessed using the case mix tool into NHS general dental services so their care can be managed by primary care dental teams.

The Community Dental Services will work closely the relevant clinical networks, commissioners and primary and secondary providers to ensure appropriate timely, effective and safe Community Dental Service for the treatment of the eligible local population. Work via the clinical networks to take part in the development of the Referral Management System.

The basic principles that mirror that of the Open procedure will be followed for this procurement to test the capacity, capability, and technical competence of tenderers in accordance with The Public Contracts Regulations 2015, ensuring a fair, open and transparent process in accordance with NHS (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No. 2) Regulations 2013.

Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Contracting Authority must consider:

(a) How what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the area where it exercises its functions, and

(b) How, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing that improvement.

Accordingly, the subject matter of the contract has been scoped to take into account the priorities of the Contracting Authority relating to economic, social and environmental well-being.

NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers. Accordingly, there will be no hard copy documents issued to potential providers and all communications with NECS, including your tender submission, will be conducted via the portal www.proactisplaza.com/supplierportal/?CID=NECS hosted by Proactis, the managed service provider for the NECS electronic tendering system.

Express Interest:

To express an interest in tendering for this service, please register on the electronic tendering portal, which can be found at www.proactisplaza.com/supplierportal/?CID=NECS

Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the ‘Opportunities’ box, and then searching for ‘Community Dental Services’ (Reference NHSE80). To view further information on this specific tender opportunity, click the button marked ‘show me’. From this area, you will be able to request documents for this tender opportunity.

Please note that it is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day as long as you have a working internet connection. If you have any problems registering on the portal, you should contact PROACTIS by Email:Suppliersupport@proactis.com Website:

http://proactis.kayako.com/suppliernetwork/Core/Default/Index (Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 17:00).

Please note: The closing date for receipt of tenders is 12:00 on 8.3.2017.

North of England Commissioning Support is working for and on behalf of NHS — England (Yorkshire and the Humber) who wish to commission Community Dental Services.

NHS England — North (Yorkshire and the Humber) is seeking to procure high quality Community Dental Services including Epidemiology in Leeds and Wakefield.

The aim of the CDS will be to improve the oral health and reduce the oral health inequalities of people in Yorkshire and The Humber and Bassetlaw who have a physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, medical, psychological and/or emotional or social impairment or disability or more often a combination of these through:

— Providing high quality consultant-led paediatric and special care dentistry to children and adults. This will include children with more complex dental needs.

— Providing high quality dental care to people from vulnerable groups whose needs may not be accommodated in NHS general dental services.

— Through a period of transition over three years, transfer patients with lower levels of complexity assessed using the case mix tool into NHS general dental services so their care can be managed by primary care dental teams.

— Through a Co-procurement process Deliver the fieldwork for Public Health England's Dental Public Health Epidemiology Programme where commissioned by local authorities.

The Community Dental Services will work closely the relevant clinical networks, commissioners and primary and secondary providers to ensure appropriate timely, effective and safe Community Dental Service for the treatment of the eligible local population. Work via the clinical networks to take part in the development of the Referral Management System.

The basic principles that mirror that of the Open procedure will be followed for this procurement to test the capacity, capability, and technical competence of tenderers in accordance with The Public Contracts Regulations 2015, ensuring a fair, open and transparent process in accordance with NHS (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No. 2) Regulations 2013.

Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Contracting Authority must consider:

(a) How what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the area where it exercises its functions, and

(b) How, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing that improvement.

Accordingly, the subject matter of the contract has been scoped to take into account the priorities of the Contracting Authority relating to economic, social and environmental well-being.

NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers. Accordingly, there will be no hard copy documents issued to potential providers and all communications with NECS, including your tender submission, will be conducted via the portal www.proactisplaza.com/supplierportal/?CID=NECS hosted by Proactis, the managed service provider for the NECS electronic tendering system.

Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the ‘Opportunities’ box, and then searching for ‘Community Dental Services’ (Reference NHSE80). To view further information on this specific tender opportunity, click the button marked ‘show me’. From this area, you will be able to request documents for this tender opportunity.

Please note that it is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day as long as you have a working internet connection. If you have any problems registering on the portal, you should contact PROACTIS by Email:Suppliersupport@proactis.com Website:

http://proactis.kayako.com/suppliernetwork/Core/Default/Index (Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 17:00).

PLEASE NOTE: The closing date for receipt of tenders is 12:00 noon on 8.3.2017.

North of England Commissioning Support is working for and on behalf of NHS — England (Yorkshire and the Humber) who wish to commission Community Dental Services.

NHS England — North (Yorkshire and the Humber) is seeking to procure high quality Community Dental Services and Epidemiology Services in Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster, Barnsley and Bassetlaw.

The aim of the CDS will be to improve the oral health and reduce the oral health inequalities of people in Yorkshire and The Humber and Bassetlaw who have a physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, medical, psychological and/or emotional or social impairment or disability or more often a combination of these through:

— Providing high quality consultant-led paediatric and special care dentistry to children and adults. This will include children with more complex dental needs.

— Providing high quality dental care to people from vulnerable groups whose needs may not be accommodated in NHS general dental services.

— Through a period of transition over three years, transfer patients with lower levels of complexity assessed using the case mix tool into NHS general dental services so their care can be managed by primary care dental teams.

— Through a Co-procurement process Deliver the fieldwork for Public Health England's Dental Public Health Epidemiology Programme where commissioned by local authorities.

— Deliver in the community setting high quality care for prisoners from Hatfield and Lakes prison (Hatfield prisoners only).

The Community Dental Services will work closely the relevant clinical networks, commissioners and primary and secondary providers to ensure appropriate timely, effective and safe Community Dental Service for the treatment of the eligible local population. Work via the clinical networks to take part in the development of the Referral Management System.

The basic principles that mirror that of the Open procedure will be followed for this procurement to test the capacity, capability, and technical competence of tenderers in accordance with The Public Contracts Regulations 2015, ensuring a fair, open and transparent process in accordance with NHS (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No. 2) Regulations 2013.

Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Contracting Authority must consider:

(a) How what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the area where it exercises its functions, and

(b) How, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing that improvement.

Accordingly, the subject matter of the contract has been scoped to take into account the priorities of the Contracting Authority relating to economic, social and environmental well-being.

NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers. Accordingly, there will be no hard copy documents issued to potential providers and all communications with NECS, including your tender submission, will be conducted via the portal www.proactisplaza.com/supplierportal/?CID=NECS hosted by Proactis, the managed service provider for the NECS electronic tendering system.

Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the ‘Opportunities’ box, and then searching for ‘Community Dental Services’ (Reference NHSE80). To view further information on this specific tender opportunity, click the button marked ‘show me’. From this area, you will be able to request documents for this tender opportunity.

Please note that it is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day as long as you have a working internet connection. If you have any problems registering on the portal, you should contact PROACTIS by Email:Suppliersupport@proactis.com Website:

http://proactis.kayako.com/suppliernetwork/Core/Default/Index (Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 17:00).

Please note: The closing date for receipt of tenders is 12:00 on 8.3.2017.

North of England Commissioning Support is working for and on behalf of NHS — England (Yorkshire and the Humber) who wish to commission Community Dental Services.

NHS England — North (Yorkshire and the Humber) is seeking to procure high quality Community Dental Services in North Yorkshire and York (excluding Craven).

The aim of the CDS will be to improve the oral health and reduce the oral health inequalities of people in Yorkshire and The Humber and Bassetlaw who have a physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, medical, psychological and/or emotional or social impairment or disability or more often a combination of these through:

— Providing high quality consultant-led paediatric and special care dentistry to children and adults. This will include children with more complex dental needs.

— Providing high quality dental care to people from vulnerable groups whose needs may not be accommodated in NHS general dental services.

— Deliver in the community setting high quality care for residents at Askham Grange.

— Through a period of transition over three years, transfer patients with lower levels of complexity assessed using the case mix tool into NHS general dental services so their care can be managed by primary care dental teams.

The Community Dental Services will work closely the relevant clinical networks, commissioners and primary and secondary providers to ensure appropriate timely, effective and safe Community Dental Service for the treatment of the eligible local population. Work via the clinical networks to take part in the development of the Referral Management System.

The basic principles that mirror that of the Open procedure will be followed for this procurement to test the capacity, capability, and technical competence of tenderers in accordance with The Public Contracts Regulations 2015, ensuring a fair, open and transparent process in accordance with NHS (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No. 2) Regulations 2013.

Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Contracting Authority must consider:

(a) How what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the area where it exercises its functions, and

(b) How, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing that improvement.

Accordingly, the subject matter of the contract has been scoped to take into account the priorities of the Contracting Authority relating to economic, social and environmental well-being.

NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers. Accordingly, there will be no hard copy documents issued to potential providers and all communications with NECS, including your tender submission, will be conducted via the portal www.proactisplaza.com/supplierportal/?CID=NECS hosted by Proactis, the managed service provider for the NECS electronic tendering system.

Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the ‘Opportunities’ box, and then searching for ‘Community Dental Services’ (Reference NHSE80). To view further information on this specific tender opportunity, click the button marked ‘show me’. From this area, you will be able to request documents for this tender opportunity.

Please note that it is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day as long as you have a working internet connection. If you have any problems registering on the portal, you should contact PROACTIS by Email:Suppliersupport@proactis.com Website:

http://proactis.kayako.com/suppliernetwork/Core/Default/Index (Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 17:00).

Please note: the closing date for receipt of tenders is 12:00 on 8.3.2017.

North of England Commissioning Support is working for and on behalf of NHS — England (Yorkshire and the Humber) who wish to commission Community Dental Services.

NHS England — North (Yorkshire and the Humber) is seeking to procure high quality Community Dental Services in North East Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire, East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull.

The aim of the CDS will be to improve the oral health and reduce the oral health inequalities of people in Yorkshire and The Humber and Bassetlaw who have a physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, medical, psychological and/or emotional or social impairment or disability or more often a combination of these through:

— Providing high quality consultant-led paediatric and special care dentistry to children and adults. This will include children with more complex dental needs.

— Providing high quality dental care to people from vulnerable groups whose needs may not be accommodated in NHS general dental services.

— Through a period of transition over three years, transfer patients with lower levels of complexity assessed using the case mix tool into NHS general dental services so their care can be managed by primary care dental teams.

— Through a Co-procurement process Deliver the fieldwork for Public Health England's Dental Public Health Epidemiology Programme where commissioned by local authorities.

The Community Dental Services will work closely the relevant clinical networks, commissioners and primary and secondary providers to ensure appropriate timely, effective and safe Community Dental Service for the treatment of the eligible local population. Work via the clinical networks to take part in the development of the Referral Management System.

The basic principles that mirror that of the Open procedure will be followed for this procurement to test the capacity, capability, and technical competence of tenderers in accordance with The Public Contracts Regulations 2015, ensuring a fair, open and transparent process in accordance with NHS (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No. 2) Regulations 2013.

Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Contracting Authority must consider:

(a) How what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the area where it exercises its functions, and

(b) How, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing that improvement.

Accordingly, the subject matter of the contract has been scoped to take into account the priorities of the Contracting Authority relating to economic, social and environmental well-being.

NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers. Accordingly, there will be no hard copy documents issued to potential providers and all communications with NECS, including your tender submission, will be conducted via the portal www.proactisplaza.com/supplierportal/?CID=NECS hosted by Proactis, the managed service provider for the NECS electronic tendering system.

Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the ‘Opportunities’ box, and then searching for ‘Community Dental Services’ (Reference NHSE80). To view further information on this specific tender opportunity, click the button marked ‘show me’. From this area, you will be able to request documents for this tender opportunity.

Please note that it is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day as long as you have a working internet connection. If you have any problems registering on the portal, you should contact PROACTIS by Email:Suppliersupport@proactis.com Website:

http://proactis.kayako.com/suppliernetwork/Core/Default/Index (Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 17:00).

Please note: the closing date for receipt of tenders is 12:00 on 8.3.2017.