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15-114 PCI Compliance Solution.

Rotherham MBC | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 19, 2015
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72000000, 48000000, 66110000, 79410000, 48732000, 48812000, 48442000, 79412000, 72212442, 72212400, 72212440, 72212441, 72212732

RMBC is a level 3 PCI-DSS organisation looking to de-scope their PCI-DSS compliance requirement to Self-Assessment Questionnaire A; Removing CHD from the environment. Rotherham MBC are open to any solution which is able to de-scope PCI and are looking for suppliers that can offer innovative proposals. This contract will be for a 1 year deal with an option to extend for a further 2 years. The details set out in this ITT are given in good faith and believed to be correct. However, RMBC does not warrant the accuracy of those details and each Tenderer should make its own appropriate enquiries.

Prior Information Notice — APMS: Sheffield City GP Medical Centre, Darnall Primary Care Centre and W

NHS England | Published October 24, 2015
cpvs
85100000, 85000000

North of England Commissioning Support are working for and on behalf of NHS England, Yorkshire and The Humber who propose to commission an Alternative Provider Medical Services Contract in the following lots: Lot 1 (1 Site): Sheffield City GP Medical Centre — Rockingham House, 75 Broad Lane, Sheffield, S1 3PB. The actual patient list size as at July 2015 for this medical centre is 4 868 (3 966.06 weighted patient list). Please note: This site is not pre-determined, therefore potential bidders will be required to advise in their bid where they intend to deliver services from a central location within Sheffield city centre. Lot 2 (4 Sites): Main Site: Darnall Primary Care Centre, 290 Main Road, Sheffield, S9 4QH. Branch Site: Highgate Surgery, Highgate, Tinsley, Sheffield, S9 1WN. Branch Site: Jordanthorpe Health Centre, 1 Dyche Close, Sheffield, S8 8DJ. Branch Site: Mulberry Practice, 1 Mulberry Street, Sheffield, S1 2PJ. The actual patient list size as at July 2015 for these 4 sites is 16 655 (16 857.91 weighted patient list). Please note: The Darnall Primary Care Centre and Jordanthorpe Health Centre are pre-determined sites therefore the successful bidder will be required to deliver services from the advised site addresses. The Highgate Surgery and Mulberry Practices are not pre-determined therefore potential bidders will be required to advise in their bid where they intend to deliver services from locations within close proximity to the existing practice premises. Lot 3 (1 Site): Westwood Health Centre, Pelham, Manton, Worksop, S80 2TR. The actual patient list size as at July 2015 for this Health Centre is 3 763 (3 850.07 weighted patient list). Please note: This site is pre-determined therefore the successful bidder will be required to deliver services from the advised site address. The aim of the service is to deliver essential, additional and enhanced services to registered patients of each of the medical centres. The successful bidder will be required to provide GP or nurse led primary medical care services. In addition, the successful bidder for the Sheffield City GP Medical Centre will be required to provide a home visiting service for those patients presenting with an urgent clinical need, who live within the Sheffield boundary but are registered with a practice outside of NHS Sheffield CCG boundary in accordance with GP Choice requirements and a violent patient service, for patients that have been subjected to immediate removal from a practice's list, to provide a stable environment for the patient to receive continuing health care, addressing any underlying causes of aggressive behaviour and providing a safe environment for the individuals involved in delivering that treatment. In addition, the successful bidder for the Westwood Health Centre will be required to provide a home visiting service for those patients presenting with an urgent clinical need, who live within the Bassetlaw boundary but are registered with a practice outside of NHS Bassetlaw CCG boundary in accordance with GP Choice requirements and a violent patient service, for patients that have been subjected to immediate removal from a practice's list, to provide a stable environment for the patient to receive continuing health care, addressing any underlying causes of aggressive behaviour and providing a safe environment for the individuals involved in delivering that treatment. It is anticipated that the tender documentation for this service will be issued the week commencing the 2.11.2015 however this is subject to change. The basic principles of the open procurement route will be forwarded for this procurement to test the capacity, capability and technical competence of Tenderers in accordance with Part B regime of The Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended). Regulation 120 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provides for a tem

15-114 PCI Compliance Solution

 | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 19, 2015
cpvs
66110000

RMBC is a level 3 PCI-DSS organisation looking to de-scope their PCI-DSS compliance requirement to Self-Assessment Questionnaire A; Removing CHD from the environment. The estimated value of this will be approximately £250,000 However this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs. This contract will be for a 1 year deal with an option to extend for a further 2 years. The details set out in this ITT are given in good faith and believed to be correct. However, RMBC does not warrant the accuracy of those details and each Tenderer should make its own appropriate enquiries.

15-114 PCI Compliance Solution

Rotherham MBC | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 19, 2016
cpvs
48000000, 48442000, 48732000, 48812000, 66110000, 72000000, 72212400, 72212440, 72212441, 72212442, 72212732, 79410000, 79412000

RMBC is a level 3 PCI-DSS organisation looking to de-scope their PCI-DSS compliance requirement to Self-Assessment Questionnaire A; Removing CHD from the environment

The estimated value of this will be approximately £250,000

However this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

This contract will be for a 1 year deal with an option to extend for a further 2 years.

The details set out in this ITT are given in good faith and believed to be correct. However, RMBC does not warrant the accuracy of those details and each Tenderer should make its own appropriate enquiries.

 

Sheffield City GP Medical Centre, The Clover Group and Westwood Medical Centre.

NHS England | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
cpvs
85100000, 85100000, 85100000, 85100000

North of England Commissioning Support are working for and on behalf of NHS England, Yorkshire and The Humber who propose to procure an Alternative Provider Medical Services Contract in the following lots: Lot 1 (1 Site): Sheffield City GP Medical Centre — Rockingham House, 75 Broad Lane, Sheffield, S1 3PB. The actual patient list size as at July 2015 for this medical centre is 4 868 (3 966.06 weighted patient list). Please Note: Sheffield City GP Medical Centre is not a pre-determined site; therefore potential bidders will be required to advise in their bid how they intend to deliver services from a central location within Sheffield City Centre OR from the current premises. Lot 2 (4 Sites) ‘The Clover Group’: Main Site: Darnall Primary Care Centre, 290 Main Road, Sheffield, S9 4QH. Branch Site: Highgate Surgery, Highgate, Tinsley, Sheffield, S9 1WN. Branch Site: Jordanthorpe Health Centre, 1 Dyche Close, Sheffield, S8 8DJ. Branch Site: Mulberry Practice, 1 Mulberry Street, Sheffield, S1 2PJ. The actual patient list size as at July 2015 for these 4 sites is 16 655 (16 857.91 weighted patient list). Please Note: The Darnall Primary Care Centre is a pre-determined site therefore the successful bidder will be required to deliver services from the advised site address. The Highgate Surgery is not a pre-determined site and therefore potential bidders are required to advise in their bid how they intend to deliver services from locations within close proximity to the existing practice premises OR from the current premises. Jordanthorpe Health Centre is a pre-determined site therefore the successful bidder will be required to deliver services from the advised site address. The Mulberry Practice is not a pre-determined site and therefore potential bidders are required to advise in their bid how they intend to deliver services from locations within close proximity to the existing practice premises OR from the current premises. Lot 3 (1 Site): Westwood Health Centre, Pelham, Manton, Worksop, S80 2TR. The actual patient list size as at July 2015 for this Health Centre is 3 763 (3 850.07 weighted patient list). Please note: The Westwood Health Centre is a pre-determined site therefore the successful bidder will be required to deliver services from the advised site address. The aim of the service is to deliver essential, additional and enhanced services to registered patients of each of the medical centres. The successful bidder will be required to provide GP or nurse led primary medical care services. In addition, the successful bidder for the Sheffield City GP Medical Centre will be required to provide a home visiting service for those patients presenting with an urgent clinical need, who live within the Sheffield boundary but are registered with a practice outside of NHS Sheffield CCG boundary in accordance with GP Choice requirements and a violent patient service, for patients that have been subjected to immediate removal from a practice's list, to provide a stable environment for the patient to receive continuing health care, addressing any underlying causes of aggressive behaviour and providing a safe environment for the individuals involved in delivering that treatment. In addition, the successful bidder for the Westwood Health Centre will be required to provide a home visiting service for those patients presenting with an urgent clinical need, who live within the Bassetlaw boundary but are registered with a practice outside of NHS Bassetlaw CCG boundary in accordance with GP Choice requirements and a violent patient service, for patients that have been subjected to immediate removal from a practice's list, to provide a stable environment for the patient to receive continuing health care, addressing any underlying causes of aggressive behaviour and providing a safe environment for the individuals involved in delivering that treatment. The basic principles of the open procurement route will be forwarded for this procurement to test the capacity, capability and technical competence of Tenderers in accordance with Part B regime of The Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended). Regulation 120 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provides for a temporary exemption for NHS healthcare procurements before 18.4.2016. NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers. Express Interest: To express an interest in tendering for this service, and (if you have not already done so) please register on the electronic tendering portal, which can be found at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/necs. Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the ‘Tenders’ tab, and then selecting ‘Current’, scroll down through the tender lists until you come to ‘APMS — Sheffield City GP Medical Centre, The Clover Group and Westwood Medical Centre’. To view further information on this specific tender opportunity, click the button marked ‘View Details’. From this area, you will be able to express your interest in this tender opportunity by selecting the button marked ‘Express Interest’. 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 require further assistance, a help guide can be found on the portal by clicking on the tab marked ‘Guidance for Suppliers’. Alternatively, (should potential providers have any queries) a dedicated helpdesk is available and can be contacted on 0844 2728810 Monday to Friday 8:00 to 17:00 or email: support@in-tend.co.uk The closing date for submission of tenders is 12 noon on 9.12.2015. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=166412

Provision of passive fire protection on levels D & E

ROTHERHAM NHS FOUNDATION TRUST | Published November 8, 2016
Winner
Checkmate Fire Solutions Ltd
cpvs
45450000

TRFT require a specialist passive fire protection company to undertake the work identified within the schedules in order to ensure that it has a fire compliant building providing a safe and secure environment for its patients, staff and visitors and also to include any ad hoc requirements during the contract period.

CBC-JA-10013 — Dearne ALC — ICT Managed Services.

The Dearne ALC | Published May 29, 2015  -  Deadline June 25, 2015
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72510000, 72700000, 72540000, 72590000

The Dearne ALC is a vibrant, forward-thinking learning community, proud of its students and unique identity. The School are committed to improving the qualifications and life chances for all students so as to help regenerate the local area. The Dearne ALC moved into a brand new building in January 2011 and are still maximising the benefits this offers. Many of its students live in areas measured to have the highest levels of social deprivation nationally and its priority remains to provide for them the very best 21st Century learning environment. The School are re-focusing their specialism so as to deliver high aspiration business, enterprise and employability ambitions. This goal is based on providing excellence and innovation in learning, secured and supported by well-resourced computer technologies. The Dearne ALC is looking to source an IT managed services partner whom shall be able to support the strategic ambitions of the School. The School wish to tender for the provision of an outsourced IT management service that will continue to support the school's current day-to-day IT support requirements and infrastructure. As well as this, the supplier shall also provide expert advice and facilitation to support the School's desire to enhance the service offering of the IT function to students, teaching and support staff, whilst supporting the changing demands of schooling and education provision.

Sheffield City GP Medical Centre, The Clover Group and Westwood Medical Centre.

NHS England | Published February 9, 2016
Winner
Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust, Larwood & Village Surgeries
cpvs
85100000

North of England Commissioning Support are working for and on behalf of NHS England, Yorkshire and The Humber who propose to procure an Alternative Provider Medical Services Contract in the following lots:

Lot 1 (1 Site): Sheffield City GP Medical Centre — Rockingham House, 75 Broad Lane, Sheffield, S1 3PB.

The actual patient list size as at July 2015 for this medical centre is 4 868 (3 966,06 weighted patient list).

Please Note: Sheffield City GP Medical Centre is not a pre-determined site; therefore potential bidders will be required to advise in their bid how they intend to deliver services from a central location within Sheffield City Centre OR from the current premises.

Lot 2 (4 Sites) ‘The Clover Group’:

Main Site: Darnall Primary Care Centre, 290 Main Road, Sheffield, S9 4QH.

Branch Site: Highgate Surgery, Highgate, Tinsley, Sheffield, S9 1WN.

Branch Site: Jordanthorpe Health Centre, 1 Dyche Close, Sheffield, S8 8DJ.

Branch Site: Mulberry Practice, 1 Mulberry Street, Sheffield, S1 2PJ.

The actual patient list size as at July 2015 for these 4 sites is 16 655 (16 857,91 weighted patient list).

Please Note:

The Darnall Primary Care Centre is a pre-determined site therefore the successful bidder will be required to deliver services from the advised site address.

The Highgate Surgery is not a pre-determined site and therefore potential bidders are required to advise in their bid how they intend to deliver services from locations within close proximity to the existing practice premises OR from the current premises.

Jordanthorpe Health Centre is a pre-determined site therefore the successful bidder will be required to deliver services from the advised site address.

The Mulberry Practice is not a pre-determined site and therefore potential bidders are required to advise in their bid how they intend to deliver services from locations within close proximity to the existing practice premises or from the current premises.

Lot 3 (1 Site): Westwood Health Centre, Pelham, Manton, Worksop, S80 2TR.

The actual patient list size as at July 2015 for this Health Centre is 3 763 (3 850,07 weighted patient list).

Please note: the Westwood Health Centre is a pre-determined site therefore the successful bidder will be required to deliver services from the advised site address.

The aim of the service is to deliver essential, additional and enhanced services to registered patients of each of the medical centres. The successful bidder will be required to provide GP or nurse led primary medical care services.

In addition, the successful bidder for the Sheffield City GP Medical Centre will be required to provide a home visiting service for those patients presenting with an urgent clinical need, who live within the Sheffield boundary but are registered with a practice outside of NHS Sheffield CCG boundary in accordance with GP Choice requirements and a violent patient service, for patients that have been subjected to immediate removal from a practice's list, to provide a stable environment for the patient to receive continuing health care, addressing any underlying causes of aggressive behaviour and providing a safe environment for the individuals involved in delivering that treatment.

In addition, the successful bidder for the Westwood Health Centre will be required to provide a home visiting service for those patients presenting with an urgent clinical need, who live within the Bassetlaw boundary but are registered with a practice outside of NHS Bassetlaw CCG boundary in accordance with GP Choice requirements and a violent patient service, for patients that have been subjected to immediate removal from a practice's list, to provide a stable environment for the patient to receive continuing health care, addressing any underlying causes of aggressive behaviour and providing a safe environment for the individuals involved in delivering that treatment.

The basic principles of the open procurement route will be forwarded for this procurement to test the capacity, capability and technical competence of Tenderers in accordance with Part B regime of The Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended). Regulation 120 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provides for a temporary exemption for NHS healthcare procurements before 18.4.2016.

NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to manage this procurement and communicate with potential providers.

Express Interest:

To express an interest in tendering for this service, and (if you have not already done so) please register on the electronic tendering portal, which can be found at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/necs

Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the ‘Tenders’ tab, and then selecting ‘Current’, scroll down through the tender lists until you come to ‘APMS — Sheffield City GP Medical Centre, The Clover Group and Westwood Medical Centre’. To view further information on this specific tender opportunity, click the button marked ‘View Details’. From this area, you will be able to express your interest in this tender opportunity by selecting the button marked ‘Express Interest’.

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 require further assistance, a help guide can be found on the portal by clicking on the tab marked ‘Guidance for Suppliers’. Alternatively, (should potential providers have any queries) a dedicated helpdesk is available and can be contacted on 0844 2728810 Monday to Friday 8:00 to 17:00 or email: support@in-tend.co.uk

The closing date for submission of tenders is 12:00 on 9.12.2015.

Highways Waste, Treatment, Recycle,Re-use and Disposal

Rotherham MBC | Published June 12, 2014  -  Deadline July 18, 2014
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90530000, 90533000

Rotherham Borough Council are inviting bids from qualified providers that can either Treat, Recycle, Re-use or dispose of Highways waste derived from highways schemes throughout the Borough of Rotherham. These services are requested by the Streetpride section and in particular the Highways Delivery unit who deal with these services on behalf of the Authority.

Due to the economics of this agreement potential providers should be within a radius of approximately 1-5miles from where the scheme is in operation, This is to maximise any plant hire or labour in use and minimise downtime of both elements.

The selected provider(s) that best represents an area of the borough and is advantageous to the highways scheme in operation will be selected, it is envisaged that the provider(s) will cover but not be exclusive to the North, South, East, West and Central areas of the borough.

Other Issues include;

Potential providers proposals for either fixed and firm rates, cost neutral, profit share or income to the authority for the treatment, recycling or reusing of the waste material that are delivered into your waste depot.

The waste depot should be suitable for receiving RMBC or sub-contractors vehicles safely but most importantly of all have in place protocols that cover Health & Safety and Environment issues, the potential providers will need to comply with a compliance visit which will also be reviewed yearly or as and when required if selected.

The waste depot should have working weighbridge facilities for the recording of waste material received, this should be also be accompanied by monthly management information which records the date, consignment number, tonnages, types of waste received, percentage of waste material recycled or reused and the percentage of waste that has been diverted from going to landfill sites.

Please Note: - This is a Framework agreement which will be made up of more than one provider, and due to the nature of the business there cannot be any guarantee of tonnages of waste in any one year or throughout the term of the agreement.

The framework agreement will be for a period of four years, this will be extended yearly at the sole discretion of the Authority based on the providers performance and compliance to Health & Safety and Environment requirements.

Tenderers should be aware that although the contracting authority for the purposes of this procurement is Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council, one or more of the other 22 Local Authorities within the Yorkshire/Humber Region and all other Local Authorities in the United Kingdom (collectively described in this ITT where the context requires as “the Contracting Authorities”) may choose to access the concluded contract subject to the capacity of the tenderer, without creating any obligation on behalf of any of them to do so.

Where any of the 22 Local Authorities within the Yorkshire/ Humber Region or other local authorities in the United Kingdom elects to do so a legally binding contract shall be created between the Contractor and that Local Authority on the terms and conditions contained herein”

The Contracting Authorities who will be entitled to call-off orders under the agreement are all of the local authorities in the United Kingdom, details of which can be found in the Municipal Yearbook published by Hemming Information Services, a division of the Hemming Group Limited, whose e-mail address is: myb@hgluk.com.

 

Boarding of Stray Dogs

Rotherham MBC | Published May 28, 2014  -  Deadline June 17, 2014
cpvs
98380000

These services are requested and used on behalf of the Authority via the Dog Warden Service which is part of the Environmental & Development Services (EDS) Directorate.

The potential provider(s) must have valid Animal Boarding Licenses which have been granted by the local authority.  As standard the provider(s) should be compliant with the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991, or any regulations made under the 1991 Act; Environmental Protection Act 1990 and Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005, and or any subsequent changes that may occur to these regulations.

The service section requires the following as part of the agreement;

The Authority is requesting in total fifteen (15) kennels to be made available exclusively for this framework agreement, either through one provider or a selection of providers.

This Framework agreement is for 4 years, extended yearly subject to the   provider(s) performance, RMBC reserves the right to use more than one supplier if required.

The Costs for the kennels should be fixed and firm throughout the term of this agreement

Wherever possible the provider(s) to try and re-home the dogs.

All Veterinary, medication and pre-vaccinations, need to be pre-approved by a RMBC Authorised Officer before been administered and charged.

Agree a schedule of Rates for medical treatments.

Compliance  visits to be undertaken prior to the awarding of this agreement

The Provider shall have Insurance policies in place that cover requirements.

 

13-100 Advocacy for Children and young people involved in child protection processes

Rotherham MBC | Published January 24, 2014  -  Deadline February 27, 2014
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85000000, 85100000, 85300000, 85310000, 85311300, 85320000, 85321000, 85323000, 98000000

This service specification states Rotherham Borough Council’s requirements and is part of the contract for the delivery of an Advocacy Service.  Compliance with the contract will take place through regular monitoring and review of progress.

 

The service specification outlined below applies to the provision of Advocacy for individuals in Rotherham (hereinafter called ‘the service provider’).

 

Where the requirement in this service specification exceeds that of any relevant Registration Authority, then the terms of this Service Specification will prevail.

 

Nothing in this service specification removes or reduces the Service Provider’s obligation to meet the standards and procedures required by any appropriate Registration Authority.

 

The main objectives of the service will include:

 

·                      provision of independent professional advocacy, one to one or group issues based short term support. 

·                      support to service users to be heard, express their opinions,

wishes and feelings and play a central role in their life choices.

·                      increase the number of children and young people having an active role in decision being made and/or having their say about decision around their care. 

·                      working in partnership with the professionals involved to create a suitable environment to enable the service user to feel comfortable and valued.

·                      supporting individuals to develop a range of natural supports, including self-advocacy to assist them towards independence and social inclusion.

·                      assessment of referrals at the point of entry and redirection to more appropriate services where required.

·                      promotion of the service in a range of settings including appropriate marketing the service appropriately

 

Adult Community Learning — Calloff 5.

Rotherham MBC | Published October 3, 2015
Winner
Serenity
cpvs
80000000, 98000000, 75200000, 80400000, 80420000

The community learning fund must be used for the people of Rotherham and where possible the delivery of services should be within easy reach of the highlighted deprived areas to ensure easy accessibility for learners. Individual specifications for each course are provided in the documents below: Lot 1 — Health, Public Services and Care (including Medicine and Dentistry, Nursing and Subjects and Vocations Allied to Medicine, Health and Social Care, Public Services, Child Development and Well Being) Course 1 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a career in Care — Appendix 1 Course 2 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a career in Care — Appendix 2 Course 3 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a Career Working with Children — Appendix 3 Course 4 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a Career Working with Children — Appendix 4 Course 5 — Healthy Eating/Food Hygeine — Appendix 5 Lot 2 — Science and Mathematics (including Science, Mathematics and Statistics) Course 1 — Maths — Appendix 6 Course 2 — Maths — Appendix 7 Lot 3 — Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care (including Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry, Animal Care and Veterinary Science, Environmental Conservation) Course 1 — Improving the Environment — Appendix 8 Lot 5 — Construction, Planning and the Built Environment (Including Architecture, Building and Construction, Urban, Rural and Regional Planning) Course 1 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to Construction Trades ( DIY, painting and decorating, bricklaying etc.) — Appendix 11 Course 2 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to Construction Trades ( DIY, painting and decorating, bricklaying etc.) — Appendix 12 Lot 6 — Information and Communication Technology (Including ICT Practitioners, ICT for Users) Course 1 — ICT and Digital Inclusion — Appendix 13 Course 2 — ICT and Digital Inclusion — Appendix 14 Lot 7 — Retail and Commercial Enterprise (Including Retailing and Wholesaling, Warehousing and Distribution, Service Enterprises, Hospitality and Catering) Course 1 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a Career in Retail — Appendix 15 Lot 8 — Leisure, Travel and Tourism (Sport, Leisure and Recreation, Travel and Tourism) Course 1 — Sport, Leisure and Recreation — Appendix 16 Course 2 — Sport, Leisure and Recreation — Appendix 17 Lot 9 — Arts, Media and Publishing (Including Performing Arts, Crafts, Creative Arts and Design, Media and Communication, Publishing and Information Services) Course 1 — Arts, Crafts and Design — Appendix 19 Course 2 — Vocational Pathway — Introduction to a Career in Health and Beauty — Appendix 20 Course 3 — Vocational Pathway — Introduction to a Career in Health and Beauty — Appendix 21 Lot 10 — History, Philosophy and Theology (Including History, Archaeology and Archaeological Sciences, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies) Course 1 — Local/Family History — Appendix 22 Lot 11 — Social Sciences (Including Geography, Sociology and Social Policy, Politics, Economics, Anthropology) Course 1 — Introduction to Sociology — Appendix 23 Lot 12 — Languages, Literature and Culture (Including Languages, Literature and Culture of the British Isles, Other Languages, Literature and Culture, Linguistics) Course 1 — English — Appendix 24 Course 2 — Creative Writing — Appendix 25 Course 3 — Modern Foreign Languages (e.g. Spanish, French, Greek etc.) — Appendix 26 Lot 14 — Preparation for Life and Work (Including Foundations for Learning and Life, Preparation for Work) Course 1 — Communication Skills for Speakers of Other Languages — Appendix 28 Course 2 — Employability — Appendix 33 Course 3 — Employability — Appendix 34 Course 4 — An Introduction to Health and Safety, Equalities and Diversity, Communication and Team Work in the Workplace — Appendix 35 Course 5 — Money Management/Budgeting — Appendix 36 Course 6 — Confidence Building — Appendix 37 Course 7 — Family Learning — Appendix 38 Course 8 — Preparation for Life and Work — Appendix 39 Lot 15 — Business, Administration and Law (Including Accounting and Finance, Administration, Business Management, Marketing and Sales, Law and Legal Services) Course 1 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a career working in an office — Appendix 40 Course 2 — Vocational Pathways — Introduction to a career working in an office — Appendix 41.

14-085 Adult Community Learning Call off 11

Rotherham MBC | Published February 3, 2017
cpvs
80000000

The total funding for the Adult Community Learning Fund 2016-17 is 200 000 GBP, but this may not remain the same for the following years as funding may vary. The community learning fund must be used for the people of Rotherham and where possible the delivery of services should be within easy reach of the highlighted deprived areas to ensure easy accessibility for learners. The funding requires courses that cover the subject areas detailed in the table below. If you are successful in this first part of the process you will be allocated into the lots (s) you have indicated in the table in section 2.1 to then bid for work. Lots Sector Subject Area Description: Lot 1 Health, Public Services and Care (including Medicine and Dentistry, Nursing and Subjects and Vocations Allied to Medicine, Health and Social Care, Public Services, Child Development and Well Being); Lot 2 Science and Mathematics (including Science, Mathematics and Statistics); Lot 3 Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care (including Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry, Animal Care and Veterinary Science, Environmental Conservation); Lot 4 Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (Including Engineering, Manufacturing Technologies, Transportation Operations and Maintenance); Lot 5 Construction, Planning and the Built Environment (Including Architecture, Building and Construction, Urban, Rural and Regional Planning); Lot 6 Information and Communication Technology (Including ICT Practitioners, ICT for Users); Lot 7 Retail and Commercial Enterprise (Including Retailing and Wholesaling, Warehousing and Distribution, Service Enterprises, Hospitality and Catering); Lot 8 Leisure, Travel and Tourism (Sport, Leisure and Recreation, Travel and Tourism); Lot 9 Arts, Media and Publishing (Including Performing Arts, Crafts, Creative Arts and Design, Media and Communication, Publishing and Information Services); Lot 10 History, Philosophy and Theology (Including History, Archaeology and Archaeological Sciences, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies); Lot 11 Social Sciences (Including Geography, Sociology and Social Policy, Politics, Economics, 3 / 3 Anthropology); Lot 12 Languages, Literature and Culture (Including Languages, Literature and Culture of the British Isles, Other Languages, Literature and Culture, Linguistics); Lot 13 Education and Training (Including Teaching and Lecturing, Direct Learning Support); Lot 14 Preparation for Life and Work (Including Foundations for Learning and Life, Preparation for Work); Lot 15 Business, Administration and Law (Including Accounting and Finance, Administration, Business Management, Marketing and Sales, Law and Legal Services).

14-018 Tree Services

Rotherham MBC | Published May 20, 2014  -  Deadline June 30, 2014
cpvs
03450000, 03452000, 31522000, 77211300, 77211400, 77211500, 77211600, 77340000, 77341000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council provides a high quality arboricultural service which is vital to maintain a tree and woodland-rich environment supporting as many amenity, landscape, wildlife, economic , cultural and social benefits as possible for all the people of Rotherham,

The Council is directly responsible for an extensive tree population, including 6,000 roadside trees and elsewhere, a further estimated 70,000 individual trees in housing estates, schools together with parks and open spaces.

The Council is seeking expressions of interest from suppliers who are able to maintain and service the trees within the Borough of Rotherham. The successful supplier/s will be required to provide a  professional, timely and efficient service and be able to accommodate quick unscheduled works as well as a 24 hour 7 day a week  emergency service throughout the Borough of Rotherham.

 

This Framework agreement relates to Council-wide tree maintenance including highways, parks and open spaces, Housing areas and schools.

 

The total spend over the duration of the agreement is expected to be around £500,000 GBP, however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volume of business is indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council’s actual future needs.

 

The agreement will be for a period of 12 months with the option to extend for a further 3 no. 12 month periods.

  

This invitation is made on behalf of Rotherham Borough Council and all of the other local authorities in the United Kingdom (collectively described in this PTQ where the context requires as “the Contracting Authorities”) who may wish to utilise the services of the successful Tenderer (s).’

‘The agreement will be a framework agreement let by Rotherham Borough Council for the benefit of Rotherham Borough Council and other Contracting Authorities who may wish to call-off orders under the agreement. Rotherham Borough Council will be a central purchasing body for this purpose.

The Contracting Authorities who will be entitled to call-off orders under the agreement are all of the local authorities in the United Kingdom, details of which can be found in the Municipal Yearbook published by Hemming Information Services, a division of the Hemming Group Limited, whose e-mail address is: myb@hgluk.com.’

 

14-085 Adult Community Learning DPS — Call-off 4.

Rotherham MBC | Published February 14, 2015  -  Deadline February 26, 2015
cpvs
80000000

The total funding for the Adult Community Learning Fund 2014-15 is GBP 200 000 but this may not remain the same for the following years as funding may vary. The community learning fund must be used for the people of Rotherham and where possible the delivery of services should be within easy reach of the highlighted deprived areas to ensure easy accessibility for learners. The funding requires courses that cover the subject areas detailed in the table below. If you are successful in this first part of the process you will be allocated into the lots (s) you have indicated in the table in section 2.1 to then bid for work. Lots Sector Subject Area Description Lot 1 Health, Public Services and Care (including Medicine and Dentistry, Nursing and Subjects and Vocations Allied to Medicine, Health and Social Care, Public Services, Child Development and Well Being). Lot 2 Science and Mathematics (including Science, Mathematics and Statistics). Lot 3 Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care (including Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry, Animal Care and Veterinary Science, Environmental Conservation). Lot 4 Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (Including Engineering, Manufacturing Technologies, Transportation Operations and Maintenance). Lot 5 Construction, Planning and the Built Environment (Including Architecture, Building and Construction, Urban, Rural and Regional Planning). Lot 6 Information and Communication Technology (Including ICT Practitioners, ICT for Users). Lot 7 Retail and Commercial Enterprise (Including Retailing and Wholesaling, Warehousing and Distribution, Service Enterprises, Hospitality and Catering). Lot 8 Leisure, Travel and Tourism (Sport, Leisure and Recreation, Travel and Tourism). Lot 9 Arts, Media and Publishing (Including Performing Arts, Crafts, Creative Arts and Design, Media and Communication, Publishing and Information Services). Lot 10 History, Philosophy and Theology (Including History, Archaeology and Archaeological Sciences, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies). Lot 11 Social Sciences (Including Geography, Sociology and Social Policy, Politics, Economics, Anthropology). Lot 12 Languages, Literature and Culture (Including Languages, Literature and Culture of the British Isles, Other Languages, Literature and Culture, Linguistics). Lot 13 Education and Training (Including Teaching and Lecturing, Direct Learning Support). Lot 14 Preparation for Life and Work (Including Foundations for Learning and Life, Preparation for Work). Lot 15 Business, Administration and Law (Including Accounting and Finance, Administration, Business Management, Marketing and Sales, Law and Legal Services).

Provision of Community Care Equipment Service and Wheelchair Service.

NHS Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support | Published July 23, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
cpvs
85000000, 33193000

Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support, on behalf of NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group and East Riding of Yorkshire Council, is seeking to commission community care equipment service and wheelchair services through a restricted procurement process. The Community Care Equipment Service element is jointly commissioned by NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group and East riding of Yorkshire Council, and the Wheelchair Service solely commissioned by the Clinical Commissioning Group. The preferred bidder(s) will be required to demonstrate how they will deliver services in an environment of transforming health and social care provision as outlined in the NHS Five Year Forward View and the Care Act 2014. Lot 1 Community Equipment The aim of the integrated community equipment service is to support health, social care and educational needs and to help alleviate risk and promote independence. It is required to provide a service for children and adults with physical or learning disabilities, long term conditions or mental health problems. Additionally many older people who do not see themselves as disabled but may be frail can certainly benefit from these services. The service could be said to provide equipment to assist with home care, or to assist with a programme of rehabilitation or to assist with independent living of people within the community. Therefore, the broad range of community equipment services to be covered by this service includes short and long term loan of: 1. equipment for daily living, such as shower chairs and stools, bath lifts, raised toilet seats 2. home nursing equipment such as pressure relief mattresses and commodes 3. children's equipment 4. sensory equipment 5. communication aids The vision for the service is to enable those in need of support to maintain their independence, health and well-being in their chosen home 1. To support people with long term conditions to be independent and in control of their condition 2. To help increase the number of people successfully discharged from hospital to their own homes 3. To help reduce the number of people entering more institutional forms of care 4. To help reduce the number of emergencies amongst people living independently that might result in more intensive services being required 5. To help increase the number of people live with dignity in their chosen environment, which is made safe and secure 6. To extend the healthy life expectancy of older people, preventing ill health or reducing the likelihood of falls or other accidents 7. To support people at the end of their lives in their preferred place of care 8. To support provision of care closer to home Lot 2 Wheelchair Assessment and Provision The primary aim of the wheelchair service is to meet the needs of service users with restricted mobility and their carers, through timely, high quality specialist assessment of needs and the prescribing and provision of appropriate specialist wheelchairs, seating systems and associated equipment, including any necessary repair and routine maintenance. In East Riding of Yorkshire the wheelchair service will provide appropriate mobility solutions for both short and long term need for a wheelchair and associated equipment. Where requested the wheelchair service will operate a voucher scheme to facilitate greater choice, in line with the principles of personal health budgets. Service objectives include: — maximising independence for service users — response to changes in the service user's health and care needs through regular review — appropriate assessment, information, guidance, training, support to service users in the safe use and maintenance of wheelchairs and associated equipment loaned to them — provide wheelchairs and associated equipment for use in appropriate and various settings including service users own home, place of work/education or training and outdoors — prompt response to requests for repairs — routine maintenance as recommended by the manufacturer — high quality customer service delivering good patient and carer experience — provision of information, advice, education and support to health and social care professionals in relation to, wheelchairs and associated equipment — provision of wheelchairs to support hospital discharge where this is required For both lots the provider(s) will be expected to work with commissioners to maximise the reuse and recycling of equipment and spare parts, including targeted clinically led projects to recover items that are no longer required. We are, therefore, looking for a provider who can support our aims to maximise independence, reduce hospital admissions and promote early supported discharge from hospital. The provider should be able to demonstrate a track record of delivery of high quality, timely, flexible service meeting all commissioner requirements, supported by detailed performance reporting to facilitate monitoring of maximum value for money. The duration of the agreement will be for a minimum of 60 months, with the option to extend for up to a further 24 months. The estimated value excluding VAT of the contract over the entire 84 months contract period (60 + 24 months option), is 12 970 000 (8 430 000 GBP Community Care Equipment Service and 4 540 000 GBP Wheelchair Services).

Provision of Community Care Equipment Service and Wheelchair Service.

Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support Unit | Published July 23, 2015  -  Deadline July 17, 2015
cpvs
85000000, 50324200, 33193220, 33193221, 33190000, 98000000, 33193222, 33193200, 50421100, 33700000, 31000000, 33193223, 85323000, 51410000, 33192600, 33100000, 33193224, 33193225, 33192100, 33196000, 50000000, 33196200, 33196100, 50421000, 33193120, 33193121, 33193100, 51000000, 33000000, 33193000, 85000000, 33196200, 33196100, 85000000, 33193000

Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support, on behalf of NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group and East Riding of Yorkshire Council, is seeking to commission community care equipment service and wheelchair services through a restricted procurement process. The Community Care Equipment Service element is jointly commissioned by NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group and East riding of Yorkshire Council, and the Wheelchair Service solely commissioned by the Clinical Commissioning Group. The preferred bidder(s) will be required to demonstrate how they will deliver services in an environment of transforming health and social care provision as outlined in the NHS Five Year Forward View and the Care Act 2014. Lot 1 Community Equipment The aim of the integrated community equipment service is to support health, social care and educational needs and to help alleviate risk and promote independence. It is required to provide a service for children and adults with physical or learning disabilities, long term conditions or mental health problems. Additionally many older people who do not see themselves as disabled but may be frail can certainly benefit from these services. The service could be said to provide equipment to assist with home care, or to assist with a programme of rehabilitation or to assist with independent living of people within the community. Therefore, the broad range of community equipment services to be covered by this service includes short and long term loan of: 1. equipment for daily living, such as shower chairs and stools, bath lifts, raised toilet seats 2. home nursing equipment such as pressure relief mattresses and commodes 3. children's equipment 4. sensory equipment 5. communication aids The vision for the service is to enable those in need of support to maintain their independence, health and well-being in their chosen home 1. To support people with long term conditions to be independent and in control of their condition 2. To help increase the number of people successfully discharged from hospital to their own homes 3. To help reduce the number of people entering more institutional forms of care 4. To help reduce the number of emergencies amongst people living independently that might result in more intensive services being required 5. To help increase the number of people live with dignity in their chosen environment, which is made safe and secure 6. To extend the healthy life expectancy of older people, preventing ill health or reducing the likelihood of falls or other accidents 7. To support people at the end of their lives in their preferred place of care 8. To support provision of care closer to home Lot 2 Wheelchair Assessment and Provision The primary aim of the wheelchair service is to meet the needs of service users with restricted mobility and their carers, through timely, high quality specialist assessment of needs and the prescribing and provision of appropriate specialist wheelchairs, seating systems and associated equipment, including any necessary repair and routine maintenance. In East Riding of Yorkshire the wheelchair service will provide appropriate mobility solutions for both short and long term need for a wheelchair and associated equipment. Where requested the wheelchair service will operate a voucher scheme to facilitate greater choice, in line with the principles of personal health budgets. Service objectives include: — maximising independence for service users — response to changes in the service user's health and care needs through regular review — appropriate assessment, information, guidance, training, support to service users in the safe use and maintenance of wheelchairs and associated equipment loaned to them — provide wheelchairs and associated equipment for use in appropriate and various settings including service users own home, place of work/education or training and outdoors — prompt response to requests for repairs — routine maintenance as recommended by the manufacturer — high quality customer service delivering good patient and carer experience — provision of information, advice, education and support to health and social care professionals in relation to, wheelchairs and associated equipment — provision of wheelchairs to support hospital discharge where this is required For both lots the provider(s) will be expected to work with commissioners to maximise the reuse and recycling of equipment and spare parts, including targeted clinically led projects to recover items that are no longer required. We are, therefore, looking for a provider who can support our aims to maximise independence, reduce hospital admissions and promote early supported discharge from hospital. The provider should be able to demonstrate a track record of delivery of high quality, timely, flexible service meeting all commissioner requirements, supported by detailed performance reporting to facilitate monitoring of maximum value for money. The duration of the agreement will be for a minimum of 60 months, with the option to extend for up to a further 24 months. The estimated value excluding VAT of the contract over the entire 84 months contract period (60 + 24 months option), is 12 970 000 (8 430 000 GBP Community Care Equipment Service and 4 540 000 GBP Wheelchair Services).

14-085 DPS Adult Community Learning

Rotherham MBC | Published March 18, 2016  -  Deadline July 31, 2018
cpvs
75200000, 80000000, 80400000, 80420000, 98000000

The total funding for the Adult Community Learning Fund 2014-15 is £200,000 but this may not remain the same for the following years as funding may vary.

The community learning fund must be used for the people of Rotherham and where possible the delivery of services should be within easy reach of the highlighted deprived areas to ensure easy accessibility for learners.

The funding requires courses that cover the subject areas detailed in the table below. If you are successful in this first part of the process you will be allocated into the lots (s) you have indicated in the table in section 2.1 to then bid for work.

 

Lots

Sector Subject Area Description

Lot 1

Health, Public Services and Care (including Medicine and Dentistry, Nursing and Subjects and Vocations Allied to Medicine, Health and Social Care, Public Services, Child Development and Well Being)

Lot 2

Science and Mathematics (including Science, Mathematics and Statistics)

 Lot 3

Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care (including Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry, Animal Care and Veterinary Science, Environmental Conservation)

Lot 4

Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (Including Engineering, Manufacturing Technologies, Transportation Operations and Maintenance)

Lot 5

Construction, Planning and the Built Environment (Including Architecture, Building and Construction, Urban, Rural and Regional Planning)

Lot 6

Information and Communication Technology (Including ICT Practitioners, ICT for Users)

Lot 7

Retail and Commercial Enterprise (Including Retailing and Wholesaling, Warehousing and Distribution, Service Enterprises, Hospitality and Catering)

Lot 8

Leisure, Travel and Tourism (Sport, Leisure and Recreation, Travel and Tourism)

Lot 9

Arts, Media and Publishing (Including Performing Arts, Crafts, Creative Arts and Design, Media and Communication, Publishing and Information Services)

Lot 10

History, Philosophy and Theology (Including History, Archaeology and Archaeological Sciences, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies)

Lot 11

Social Sciences (Including Geography, Sociology and Social Policy, Politics, Economics, Anthropology)

Lot 12

Languages, Literature and Culture (Including Languages, Literature and Culture of the British Isles, Other Languages, Literature and Culture, Linguistics)

Lot 13

Education and Training (Including Teaching and Lecturing, Direct Learning Support)

Lot 14

Preparation for Life and Work (Including Foundations for Learning and Life, Preparation for Work)

Lot 15

Business, Administration and Law  (Including Accounting and Finance, Administration, Business Management, Marketing and Sales, Law and Legal Services)

 

14-085 DPS Adult Community Learning

Rotherham MBC | Published February 19, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
cpvs
75200000, 80000000, 80400000, 80420000, 98000000

The total funding for the Adult Community Learning Fund 2014-15 is £200,000 but this may not remain the same for the following years as funding may vary.

The community learning fund must be used for the people of Rotherham and where possible the delivery of services should be within easy reach of the highlighted deprived areas to ensure easy accessibility for learners.

The funding requires courses that cover the subject areas detailed in the table below. If you are successful in this first part of the process you will be allocated into the lots (s) you have indicated in the table in section 2.1 to then bid for work.

 

Lots

Sector Subject Area Description

Lot 1

Health, Public Services and Care (including Medicine and Dentistry, Nursing and Subjects and Vocations Allied to Medicine, Health and Social Care, Public Services, Child Development and Well Being)

Lot 2

Science and Mathematics (including Science, Mathematics and Statistics)

 Lot 3

Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care (including Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry, Animal Care and Veterinary Science, Environmental Conservation)

Lot 4

Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (Including Engineering, Manufacturing Technologies, Transportation Operations and Maintenance)

Lot 5

Construction, Planning and the Built Environment (Including Architecture, Building and Construction, Urban, Rural and Regional Planning)

Lot 6

Information and Communication Technology (Including ICT Practitioners, ICT for Users)

Lot 7

Retail and Commercial Enterprise (Including Retailing and Wholesaling, Warehousing and Distribution, Service Enterprises, Hospitality and Catering)

Lot 8

Leisure, Travel and Tourism (Sport, Leisure and Recreation, Travel and Tourism)

Lot 9

Arts, Media and Publishing (Including Performing Arts, Crafts, Creative Arts and Design, Media and Communication, Publishing and Information Services)

Lot 10

History, Philosophy and Theology (Including History, Archaeology and Archaeological Sciences, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies)

Lot 11

Social Sciences (Including Geography, Sociology and Social Policy, Politics, Economics, Anthropology)

Lot 12

Languages, Literature and Culture (Including Languages, Literature and Culture of the British Isles, Other Languages, Literature and Culture, Linguistics)

Lot 13

Education and Training (Including Teaching and Lecturing, Direct Learning Support)

Lot 14

Preparation for Life and Work (Including Foundations for Learning and Life, Preparation for Work)

Lot 15

Business, Administration and Law  (Including Accounting and Finance, Administration, Business Management, Marketing and Sales, Law and Legal Services)

 

Provision of Community Care Equipment Services and Integrated Wheelchair Service.

NHS Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support | Published May 19, 2015  -  Deadline June 15, 2015
cpvs
85000000, 50324200, 33193220, 33193221, 33190000, 98000000, 33193222, 33193200, 51416000, 50421100, 33700000, 31000000, 33193223, 85323000, 33192600, 33100000, 33193224, 51410000, 33193225, 33192100, 33196000, 50000000, 33196200, 33196100, 50421000, 33193120, 33193121, 33193100, 51000000, 33000000, 33193000

Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support, on behalf of NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group and Kingston upon Hull City Council, is seeking to commission community care equipment service and integrated wheelchair services through a restricted procurement process. The Community Care Equipment Service element is jointly commissioned by NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group and Kingston upon Hull City Council, and the Wheelchair Service solely commissioned by NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group. The preferred bidder will be required to demonstrate how they will deliver services in an environment of transforming health and social care provision as outlined in the NHS Five Year Forward View, the Care Act 2014, and Hull 2020 Programme. The services aim to enhance and maintain the quality of life and independence of children, young people and adults with care and support needs, including those with temporary/permanent and/or life-limiting conditions. It will support the commissioners in the successful delivery of reablement and rehabilitation pathways as an alternative to secondary care, avoiding unnecessary hospital admissions and delayed discharges. The services will provide high quality, cost effective services to children and young people and adults in their place of residence, school, work and other appropriate environments as determined by the service user's identified needs. The service is required to incorporate the following principles within the service delivery model: — Right access — the service delivery model needs to be mobile and flexible to meet the varying service user needs. — Right timing — timely access to assessment, supply, maintenance and repair of care equipment, wheelchairs (and associated equipment). — Right assessment (wheelchairs) — specialist wheelchair assessment and review for children, young people and adults with a long term or short term condition/illness. — Right provision of care equipment and wheelchairs — facilitating service user choice within defined eligibility criteria. The provider will be required to deliver an outcome-based service to include: — High levels of service-user satisfaction (including parents/carers). — Logistics — storage, supply, and deliveries (timely, supply and collection). — Provision of clinical specialist wheelchair assessment (and associated equipment). — Effective and efficient supply of care equipment to service users, to support them and their parents/carers. — Repair and maintenance of wheelchairs and care equipment, including reconditioning and modification, where appropriate. — Robust business management systems and processes including stock control, waiting list management. NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group and Kingston upon Hull City Council recognises the diversity of providers in the market and the range of skills, resources, experience and expertise that they offer. It is anticipated that successful bids will be those based on innovative solutions and use of technology, to ensure ‘service user-centred' solutions for the provision of this service. Estimated value of a 5 year contract excluding VAT is 12 970 000 GBP (8 430 000 GBP Community Care Equipment Service and 4 540 000 GBP Integrated Wheelchair Services). The duration of the agreement will be for a minimum of 60 months, with the option to extend for up to a further 24 months.
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