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Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services 2015 - 2019

North Lincolnshire Council | Published April 15, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2019
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North Lincolnshire Council is inviting requests to participate for a Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services. Services requirements include contracts for education/home to school and long term taxi transport contracts.

The duration of the Dynamic Purchasing System for Long Term Taxi Services is 24 months with the option to extend for two further periods of 12 months. It is envisaged that the total expenditure over the full 48month duration will be c.£2m.

The Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) shall remain open for new requests to participate from suitable operators for its entire duration.

Operators who meet the minimum selection criteria shall be admitted to the DPS and invited to further competitions as and when requirements for services are made.

Further information on the DPS and the process for requesting to participate is available via Operators may download and submit a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire via

The council intends to run its first further competition in June/July 2015 for education transport contracts commencing September 2015, therefore the initial deadline for requests to participate for operators wishing to participate in the first further competition is 12noon 18 May 2015 thereafter requests to participate may be submitted anytime up to 12noon 13 April 2019. This Dynamic Purchasing System is being run under the Restricted Procedure in accordance with PCR2015.

The council is inviting interested operators to a market industry day on 1 May 2015. Further details are available via


Provision of Associate Schools Improvement Professionals - Open Approved List

North Lincolnshire Council | Published October 31, 2012  -  Deadline October 30, 2016

North Lincolnshire Council seeks response from suitably qualified advisors to provide School Improvement support. The Approved List will provide schools with a list of approved specialist advisors with the necessary skills and expertise to undertake school improvement work as required. Inclusion onto the Approved List of School Improvement Professionals (SIPs) does not constitute or imply any agreement or guarantee regarding any quotation opportunities, any contract or any other form of agreement.

There are two main areas of requirements:

An education advisor service, which will be a universal offer to schools.

Specialist/intervention work, which will be required to improve schools’ performance when required.


Responses will only be accepted by individual advisors, and not a collective organisation.

NOTE: Following a review of the School Improvement Professionals (SIP) Service and changes in North Lincolnshire Councils Contract Procedure Rules, the procurement of SIP services using the open approved list process, will be ending.

If you require any further information please contact North Lincolnshire Council School Improvement Service on 01724 297040.


Provision of Associate Educational Psychologists - Open Approved List

North Lincolnshire Council | Published October 31, 2012  -  Deadline October 30, 2015

North Lincolnshire Council seeks responses from suitably qualified individuals to provide Associate Educational Psychologist duties. The Approved List will provide specialist people with the necessary skills and expertise to deliver an Educational Psychology service as required. Inclusion onto the Approved List does not constitute or imply any agreement or guarantee regarding any quotation opportunities, any contract or any other form of agreement.

Purpose and Aim

The role of the Associate Educational Psychologist is to;

deliver an educational psychology service to children and young people aged 0 to 19, their families, schools and educational settings and others who work to support their education and development, emotional well-being and positive mental health;

provide educational psychologist assessment, advice, consultation, intervention, training/staff development, project and/or research work as specified by the principal educational psychologist; and

deliver the service in line with North Lincolnshire policies, procedures and working practices, including participation in supervision arrangements.

The Local Authority will monitor the quality of the Associate Educational Psychologist’s work through evaluation processes and performance management arrangements that are in place within the educational psychology team. 


North Lincolnshire CCG Community Respiratory Services

North Lincolnshire CCG | Published September 8, 2016
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Community Respiratory Services COPD. North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group wishes to commission an enhanced respiratory service delivered from community based settings across the area. We would like to notify you we will be seeking suitably qualified and experienced Provider(s) to provide equitable, accessible, and inclusive services to address the needs of and support patients. The CCG expects that the enhanced respiratory service will deliver healthcare to our local population covering the following services and conditions: Services to be delivered by the Provider include: — Pulmonary Rehabilitation Service — Self-Management Education — Advice & Support to Primary Care — Early Supported Discharge Scheme for COPD patients — Assessment and Review for Home Oxygen service — TB services (except diagnosis of TB) — Consultant and Nurse Specialist Community Respiratory Clinics — Conditions to be support will include — COPD — Asthma (except ‘difficult-to-control’ Asthma) — Bronchiectasis — Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Providers should be able to demonstrate a track record of delivery of outcomes focussed, specialist health services within the community which offer excellent quality of care and patient experience. Experience of working in partnership with a range of stakeholders and commissioners is also required.

NHS North Lincolnshire CCG Specialist Assessment for Frail and Elderly Service Request for Quote

eMBED Health Consortium | Published May 22, 2018

The Contracting Authority is planning to undertake a Request for Quote (RFQ) process for a Specialist Assessment for Frail and Elderly Service. An RFQ is being undertaken due to the service being under the EU procurement threshold for services detailed within Schedule 3 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The Authority will award a one year contract to provide the services within the North Lincolnshire CCG locality with the option to extend up to 3 months. The contract will be paid on an incentive based payment basis; 90% of the contract value is stated as the contract value of £300k, with up to an additional 10% uplift being paid on the achievement of KPIs documented within the service specification (released at the point of the RFQ). Service Description: The aim of the service is to drive improvements in the way in which the care of older people is managed and co-ordinated to reduce A&E attendances and unplanned admissions into secondary care and improve the quality of life for older people. The service will deliver comprehensive reviews of medical, functional, psychological and social needs of patients referred into the service who are assessed as being at risk of frailty, based on the principles of comprehensive geriatric assessment as defined by the British Geriatric society (2014). Aims and objectives of service - To proactively identify people aged 65+ with moderate or severe frailty or dementia and support their needs through Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment and care planning. - To reduce the reliance on secondary care and acute care systems for people aged 65+ with frailty and dementia. - To enable self- management of frailty wherever possible and increase people's levels of independence through working collaboratively with health, social care and voluntary sector organisations across North Lincolnshire to ensure continuity of care across the pathway. - To identify and address training/education gaps for all staff involved in supporting frail and elderly people. - Ensure that patients and carers receive the right support from the right places and increase the number of patients and carers who have a positive service experience.
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