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Provision of a Integrated Financial Ledger System and Related Financial Accounting Services.

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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66172000

Financial transaction processing and clearing house services. Provision of an Integrated Financial Ledger System and Related Financial and Accounting Services.

Provision of a Integrated Financial Ledger System and Related Financial Accounting Services.

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
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66172000

Financial transaction processing and clearing house services. Provision of an Integrated Financial Ledger System and Related Financial and Accounting Services.

PROVISION OF A INTEGRATED FINANCIAL LEDGER SYSTEM AND RELATED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING SERVICES

 | Published June 19, 2016
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66172000

PROVISION OF AN INTEGRATED FINANCIAL LEDGER SYSTEM AND RELATED FINANCIAL AND ACCOUNTING SERVICES.

Financial transaction processing and clearing-house services

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust | Published June 21, 2016
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Financial transaction processing and clearing-house services

Financial Capability Training

Ipswich Borough Council | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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98000000

In partnership, Ipswich Borough Council (IBC) and Suffolk Coastal District Council (SCDC) have been successful in securing grant funding from the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to help those new to the street, or at imminent risk of rough sleeping to get the rapid support they need to recover and move on from a rough sleeping crisis. One element of the funding is to be used to provide Financial Capability Training across the 2 districts. This invitation is for quotations from providers who feel they can offer this service to the general specification provided below within the Ipswich and Suffolk Coastal Districts.

Financial Capability Training

Ipswich Borough Council | Published October 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
Winner
ACT
cpvs
98000000

In partnership, Ipswich Borough Council (IBC) and Suffolk Coastal District Council (SCDC) have been successful in securing grant funding from the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to help those new to the street, or at imminent risk of rough sleeping to get the rapid support they need to recover and move on from a rough sleeping crisis. One element of the funding is to be used to provide Financial Capability Training across the 2 districts. This invitation is for quotations from providers who feel they can offer this service to the general specification provided below within the Ipswich and Suffolk Coastal Districts.

UCS External Audit 2014.

University Campus Suffolk | Published May 16, 2015
Winner
KPMG LLP
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79212100

Financial auditing services. Provision of External Audit Services for the University Campus Suffolk.

UCS External Audit 2014.

University Campus Suffolk | Published November 29, 2014  -  Deadline March 15, 2015
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79212100

Financial auditing services. Provision of External Audit Services for the University Campus Suffolk.

Provision of catering services to Chantry Academy

Chantry Academy | Published July 30, 2016
Winner
Elior UK plc
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55524000

Provision of breakfast, morning break, lunch and hospitality services to this Academy of 726 students.

The Academy requires high-quality, freshly prepared and nutritious meals that appeal to students and staff to be delivered within a commercial style financial package.

A strong support team that can effectively manage a contract in Ipswich and a desire to use local (Suffolk) suppliers is very important.

Focus must also be given on communicating with students in a modern and engaging style.

Provision of catering services to Chantry Academy.

Chantry Academy | Published February 25, 2016  -  Deadline April 11, 2016
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55524000

Provision of breakfast, morning break, lunch and hospitality services to this Academy of 726 students.

The Academy requires high-quality, freshly prepared and nutritious meals that appeal to students and staff to be delivered within a commercial style financial package.

A strong support team that can effectively manage a contract in Ipswich and a desire to use local (Suffolk) suppliers is very important.

Focus must also be given on communicating with students in a modern and engaging style.

Invitation to Tender for HR and Finance — Provision of Software Systems.

Ipswich Borough Council | Published September 19, 2015  -  Deadline October 9, 2015
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48400000, 48900000, 48000000, 48440000, 48441000, 48442000, 48517000, 48400000, 48900000, 48000000, 48440000, 48441000, 48442000, 48517000, 48400000, 48900000, 48000000, 48440000, 48441000, 48442000, 48517000

Ipswich Borough Council is seeking to appoint supplier(s) to provide application software and related services to include implementation, commissioning of systems, ongoing support, training, enhancements (upgrades) and maintenance in relation to a Financial Management System and/or a Human Resources/Payroll Management System. The above vision will be delivered through either: — a single IT system, combining both functions; or — separate HR and Finance systems with appropriate integration between the 2 systems to ensure employee related information is consistent. The overall solution will provide comprehensive and accurate data, whilst at all times employing the concept of ‘ease of use’ through web-based access to self-service functions. The system(s) must meet the Council's business needs, providing sufficient functionality ‘out-of-the-box’ to add real value and tackle the challenges of the future. In addition, it must prove financial efficiency whilst providing, as a minimum, the equivalent functionality of our current HR (Northgate PSE) and/or Finance (Agresso) system. This tender is for 2 requirements. The 1st is for the provision of an HR Payroll system, the 2nd is for the provision of a corporate Finance system. Suppliers may bid to supply either (or both). Suppliers of both systems may submit a pricing proposal for both the combined system and/or either system separately.

Invitation to Tender for HR and Finance — Provision of Software Systems.

Ipswich Borough Council | Published September 19, 2015  -  Deadline October 16, 2015
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48400000, 48900000, 48000000, 48440000, 48441000, 48442000, 48517000

Ipswich Borough Council is seeking to appoint supplier(s) to provide application software and related services to include implementation, commissioning of systems, ongoing support, training, enhancements (upgrades) and maintenance in relation to a Financial Management System and/or a Human Resources/Payroll Management System. The above vision will be delivered through either: — a single IT system, combining both functions; or — separate HR and Finance systems with appropriate integration between the 2 systems to ensure employee related information is consistent. The overall solution will provide comprehensive and accurate data, whilst at all times employing the concept of ‘ease of use’ through web-based access to self-service functions. The system(s) must meet the Council's business needs, providing sufficient functionality ‘out-of-the-box’ to add real value and tackle the challenges of the future. In addition, it must prove financial efficiency whilst providing, as a minimum, the equivalent functionality of our current HR (Northgate PSE) and/or Finance (Agresso) system. This tender is for 2 requirements. The 1st is for the provision of an HR Payroll system, the 2nd is for the provision of a corporate Finance system. Suppliers may bid to supply either (or both). Suppliers of both systems may submit a pricing proposal for both the combined system and/or either system separately.

Invitation to Tender for Bus Shelter Advertising Supply/Erection and Maintenance (Option A) and Advertising Only (Option B)

Ipswich Borough Council | Published May 25, 2016
Winner
Adshel Clear Channel UK Ltd
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34928440, 44212321, 45213315, 22462000, 79341000, 79340000

Ipswich is the county town of Suffolk with a population of around 137 500 within the Borough, expanding to around 350 000 within a 15 mile radius. A thriving urban area, Ipswich is well provisioned with shops, parks, leisure and cultural facilities that help to make it a regional centre within East Anglia. Sitting at the point where the A14 and A12 meet and the Great Eastern Mainline connects with other regional railway lines, Ipswich is well connected to the wider world and is also a leading area of public and private employment with particular emphasis on the insurance/finance, IT/creative and logistics sectors. The primary purpose of this tender is for the provision of a number of high-quality bus shelters for the bus passengers of Ipswich, financed through the exclusive provision of advertising upon the said shelters. 2 options are proposed as the methods of delivery and bidders are required to submit bids for both. Option A sees the bidder supply, install and maintain the advertising style bus shelters. Bidders are required to state the number of such shelters that they would supply and the amount they would pay to the Council per such shelter per year. This would be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. Under this option, the Council has a sub-option during the agreement for the successful bidder to clean and/or maintain Council owned bus shelters as well (which do not carry advertising) for which bidders must indicate a cost to the Council per shelter per year. This would also be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. In both cases, financial penalties would apply for poor performance. Under this option, bidders are required to submit as many designs (including detailed technical drawings) for advertising style bus shelters as they wish, provided that at least 1 design is submitted for shelters in conservation areas and outside listed buildings (a ‘special’ design) and 1 for other locations (a ‘standard’ design). A single design can be submitted for both categories if desired. All designs must meet the Council's Specification. Option B sees the Council supply, install and maintain the advertising style bus shelters (with financial penalties for poor performance). The bidder is required to sell the advertising spaces and arrange for the advertising to be provided and changed as required. Bidders would pay a fixed amount to the Council per shelter per year. This would be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. Bidders are required to state the amount that they are prepared to pay to the Council per shelter per year and the number of advertising style bus shelters that they are prepared to pay this amount for. For both Option A and Option B, bidders are required to submit bids for a 10 year and a 15 year agreement, during which time the bidder would have exclusive advertising rights on all the bus shelters provided under the agreement, with no advertising being permitted on any bus shelters that the Council itself may provide outside of the agreement. Bids will be evaluated on the basis of the financial benefits to the Council, and in the case of Option A, also on the aesthetic appeal and quality of the submitted bus shelter designs, and the maintenance and cleaning regime, customer contact facilities and managerial control processes provided by the bidder. For both Options, bids will also be evaluated on the business plan and approach to the sale of advertising of the bidder.

Invitation to Tender for Bus Shelter Advertising Supply/Erection and Maintenance (Option A) and Adve

Ipswich Borough Council | Published May 25, 2016
Winner
Adshel Clear Channel UK Ltd
cpvs
34928440, 44212321, 45213315, 22462000, 79341000, 79340000

Ipswich is the county town of Suffolk with a population of around 137 500 within the Borough, expanding to around 350 000 within a 15 mile radius. A thriving urban area, Ipswich is well provisioned with shops, parks, leisure and cultural facilities that help to make it a regional centre within East Anglia. Sitting at the point where the A14 and A12 meet and the Great Eastern Mainline connects with other regional railway lines, Ipswich is well connected to the wider world and is also a leading area of public and private employment with particular emphasis on the insurance/finance, IT/creative and logistics sectors. The primary purpose of this tender is for the provision of a number of high-quality bus shelters for the bus passengers of Ipswich, financed through the exclusive provision of advertising upon the said shelters. 2 options are proposed as the methods of delivery and bidders are required to submit bids for both. Option A sees the bidder supply, install and maintain the advertising style bus shelters. Bidders are required to state the number of such shelters that they would supply and the amount they would pay to the Council per such shelter per year. This would be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. Under this option, the Council has a sub-option during the agreement for the successful bidder to clean and/or maintain Council owned bus shelters as well (which do not carry advertising) for which bidders must indicate a cost to the Council per shelter per year. This would also be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. In both cases, financial penalties would apply for poor performance. Under this option, bidders are required to submit as many designs (including detailed technical drawings) for advertising style bus shelters as they wish, provided that at least 1 design is submitted for shelters in conservation areas and outside listed buildings (a ‘special’ design) and 1 for other locations (a ‘standard’ design). A single design can be submitted for both categories if desired. All designs must meet the Council's Specification. Option B sees the Council supply, install and maintain the advertising style bus shelters (with financial penalties for poor performance). The bidder is required to sell the advertising spaces and arrange for the advertising to be provided and changed as required. Bidders would pay a fixed amount to the Council per shelter per year. This would be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. Bidders are required to state the amount that they are prepared to pay to the Council per shelter per year and the number of advertising style bus shelters that they are prepared to pay this amount for. For both Option A and Option B, bidders are required to submit bids for a 10 year and a 15 year agreement, during which time the bidder would have exclusive advertising rights on all the bus shelters provided under the agreement, with no advertising being permitted on any bus shelters that the Council itself may provide outside of the agreement. Bids will be evaluated on the basis of the financial benefits to the Council, and in the case of Option A, also on the aesthetic appeal and quality of the submitted bus shelter designs, and the maintenance and cleaning regime, customer contact facilities and managerial control processes provided by the bidder. For both Options, bids will also be evaluated on the business plan and approach to the sale of advertising of the bidder.

Invitation to Tender for Bus Shelter Advertising Supply/Erection and Maintenance (Option A) and Advertising Only (Option B).

Ipswich Borough Council | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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34928440, 44212321, 45213315, 22462000, 79341000, 79340000

Ipswich is the county town of Suffolk with a population of around 137 500 within the Borough, expanding to around 350 000 within a 15 mile radius. A thriving urban area, Ipswich is well provisioned with shops, parks, leisure and cultural facilities that help to make it a regional centre within East Anglia. Sitting at the point where the A14 and A12 meet and the Great Eastern Mainline connects with other regional railway lines, Ipswich is well connected to the wider world and is also a leading area of public and private employment with particular emphasis on the insurance/finance, IT/creative and logistics sectors. The primary purpose of this tender is for the provision of a number of high quality bus shelters for the bus passengers of Ipswich, financed through the exclusive provision of advertising upon the said shelters. Two options are proposed as the methods of delivery and bidders are required to submit bids for both. Option A sees the bidder supply, install and maintain the advertising style bus shelters. Bidders are required to state the number of such shelters that they would supply and the amount they would pay to the Council per such shelter per year. This would be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. Under this option, the Council has a sub-option during the agreement for the successful bidder to clean and/or maintain Council owned bus shelters as well (which do not carry advertising) for which bidders must indicate a cost to the Council per shelter per year. This would also be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. In both cases, financial penalties would apply for poor performance. Under this option, bidders are required to submit as many designs (including detailed technical drawings) for advertising style bus shelters as they wish, provided that at least one design is submitted for shelters in conservation areas and outside listed buildings (a ‘special’ design) and one for other locations (a ‘standard’ design). A single design can be submitted for both categories if desired. All designs must meet the Council's Specification. Option B sees the Council supply, install and maintain the advertising style bus shelters (with financial penalties for poor performance). The bidder is required to sell the advertising spaces and arrange for the advertising to be provided and changed as required. Bidders would pay a fixed amount to the Council per shelter per year. This would be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. Bidders are required to state the amount that they are prepared to pay to the Council per shelter per year and the number of advertising style bus shelters that they are prepared to pay this amount for. For both Option A and Option B, bidders are required to submit bids for a 10 year and a 15 year agreement, during which time the bidder would have exclusive advertising rights on all the bus shelters provided under the agreement, with no advertising being permitted on any bus shelters that the Council itself may provide outside of the agreement. Bids will be evaluated on the basis of the financial benefits to the Council, and in the case of Option A, also on the aesthetic appeal and quality of the submitted bus shelter designs, and the maintenance and cleaning regime, customer contact facilities and managerial control processes provided by the bidder. For both Options, bids will also be evaluated on the business plan and approach to the sale of advertising of the bidder.

Invitation to Tender for Bus Shelter Advertising Supply/Erection and Maintenance (Option A) and Adve

Ipswich Borough Council | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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34928440, 44212321, 45213315, 22462000, 79341000, 79340000

Ipswich is the county town of Suffolk with a population of around 137 500 within the Borough, expanding to around 350 000 within a 15 mile radius. A thriving urban area, Ipswich is well provisioned with shops, parks, leisure and cultural facilities that help to make it a regional centre within East Anglia. Sitting at the point where the A14 and A12 meet and the Great Eastern Mainline connects with other regional railway lines, Ipswich is well connected to the wider world and is also a leading area of public and private employment with particular emphasis on the insurance/finance, IT/creative and logistics sectors. The primary purpose of this tender is for the provision of a number of high quality bus shelters for the bus passengers of Ipswich, financed through the exclusive provision of advertising upon the said shelters. Two options are proposed as the methods of delivery and bidders are required to submit bids for both. Option A sees the bidder supply, install and maintain the advertising style bus shelters. Bidders are required to state the number of such shelters that they would supply and the amount they would pay to the Council per such shelter per year. This would be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. Under this option, the Council has a sub-option during the agreement for the successful bidder to clean and/or maintain Council owned bus shelters as well (which do not carry advertising) for which bidders must indicate a cost to the Council per shelter per year. This would also be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. In both cases, financial penalties would apply for poor performance. Under this option, bidders are required to submit as many designs (including detailed technical drawings) for advertising style bus shelters as they wish, provided that at least one design is submitted for shelters in conservation areas and outside listed buildings (a ‘special’ design) and one for other locations (a ‘standard’ design). A single design can be submitted for both categories if desired. All designs must meet the Council's Specification. Option B sees the Council supply, install and maintain the advertising style bus shelters (with financial penalties for poor performance). The bidder is required to sell the advertising spaces and arrange for the advertising to be provided and changed as required. Bidders would pay a fixed amount to the Council per shelter per year. This would be increased throughout the agreement in line with the Retail Prices Index. Bidders are required to state the amount that they are prepared to pay to the Council per shelter per year and the number of advertising style bus shelters that they are prepared to pay this amount for. For both Option A and Option B, bidders are required to submit bids for a 10 year and a 15 year agreement, during which time the bidder would have exclusive advertising rights on all the bus shelters provided under the agreement, with no advertising being permitted on any bus shelters that the Council itself may provide outside of the agreement. Bids will be evaluated on the basis of the financial benefits to the Council, and in the case of Option A, also on the aesthetic appeal and quality of the submitted bus shelter designs, and the maintenance and cleaning regime, customer contact facilities and managerial control processes provided by the bidder. For both Options, bids will also be evaluated on the business plan and approach to the sale of advertising of the bidder.

Commissioning Services for Vulnerable Adults.

Suffolk County Council | Published March 18, 2016
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85300000, 80000000

Suffolk County Council:

Commissioning Services for Vulnerable Adults.

Suffolk County Council Adult and Community Services are reviewing the commissioning of a number of services including:

— Supported housing services for vulnerable adults;

— Enabling support services for those with ‘Enhanced Complex’ needs;

— Community based services for people with a learning disability including day, employment and learning support;

— Planned respite services and intensive support at times of crisis for people with a learning disability.

The review is designed to transform support available for people in their daily lives, including support in:

— Having safe and secure housing;

— Being able to live independently in the community;

— Having choice and control over their lives, support and money;

— Live the life they want to live (including leisure, employment and other activities);

— Coping with crises.

This transformation will take account of a number influencing factors including:

— The aspirations and views of people using existing services and their family carers;

— The priorities of Suffolk's Joint Learning Disabilities Strategy;

— The principles of Suffolk Adult and Community Services' Supporting Lives, Connecting Communities strategy;

— The requirements of the 2014 Care Act;

— The Health and Social Care integration agenda;

Financial reductions facing public services.

It is likely that services will need to be reshaped in order to offer greater flexibility between services and give people more choice and control over the way they live their lives.

This Notice is to indicate Suffolk County Council's intention to work with providers of new and existing services, the Learning Disability Partnership, customers, advocates and other stakeholders to shape these services for the future to inform the commissioning process.

If you are an existing provider of these services in Suffolk, or are not currently doing so but would want to, and would like to be included in the distribution list for engagement events, and/or to receive other communications about the review, please let us know by emailing daniel.wynn@suffolk.gov.uk

Eastern Region Foster Care Rolling Select List

SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline January 25, 2017
Winner
Affinity Fostering
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85300000

Providers are invited to participate in the Eastern Region Foster Care Rolling Select List. Collectively the annual spend across the four participating authorities for the provision of foster care with external providers is £32m per annum (based on figures for the last financial year). We are inviting providers to express an interest for inclusion on the Rolling Select Lists for the provision of foster care for children and young people (including parent and child placements) in the following four Eastern Region Authorities:- • Cambridgeshire County Council • Essex County Council • Suffolk County Council • Thurrock Council. The Rolling Select Lists in each participating council have been established from the 1st October 2013 (Essex County Council Rolling Select List commenced 21 November 2013). The Rolling Select Lists are for a period of up to 4 years to the 30th September 2017, with the option to extend the agreement for a further period of up to 15 months. New entrants will have the opportunity to join the Rolling Select List at the next review point 1st April 2017 when the provider tiers will be reviewed for the period from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018. This online process is being conducted to invite new entrants to the Rolling Select List and to review the tiering of Rolling Select List providers. No guarantee or representation shall be deemed to have been made by the participating Councils in respect of the total quantities or values of the Services to be ordered. Any enquiries to Dawn Richardson E-mail: Dawn.richardson@suffolk.gov.uk Tel: 01473 260728. Providers must register on Suffolk sourcing in order to submit an expression of interest and download the Business Questionnaire - www.suffolksourcing.co.uk

Ophthalmology Services

NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group | Published January 4, 2018
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85100000

— NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group, The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, NHS West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group and West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust seek to jointly commission Ophthalmology Services across Suffolk (minus Waveney). The scope of this tender covers 2 lots: — Lot 1: Referral Refinement, Remote Review Platform, and Management of the Extended Scope Practitioners, — Lot 2: Community Ophthalmology Services. II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 6 790 098.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes Tenders may be submitted for maximum 2 lots II.2) Description Lot No: 1 II.2.1) Title Referral Refinement, Remote Review Platform and Management of the Extended Scope Practitioners II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 48180000 85160000 85121281 85121280 72320000 72310000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH14 Main site or place of performance: Lot 1 will cover both NHS Ipswich & East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group localities (County of Suffolk minus Waveney). II.2.4) Description of the procurement The Commissioners are seeking a partner to host services that: — will work with the strategic partnerships to help use technology and innovation, — will enable the system to efficiently and effectively treat the eye care needs of our populations, — undertake the contractual and financial functions for the Enhanced Service Provider (ESP) contracts; and, — provide assurance around the clinical management of the ESP’s. Below is an outline of what the service will be required to provide: — an electronic single point of access to all ophthalmology services across Suffolk, — an electronic-based central care record enabling referral details care outcomes/notes, and digital imaging/OCT to be recorded, housed and transferred to hospital scanning services to be uploaded into patients’ records, — a remote clinical triage platform that allows for remote triage and feedback of a decision, a centralized care record and transmission of digital images, test results and OCT scans with full manipulation capability, — processing of all referrals in preparation for the triage process by the Acute Trust, — an electronic onward referral to appropriate pathway/services, — eligibility of the patient to access this service by checking the patient is registered with a GP belonging to I&ESCCG or WSCCG membership, — contract management of the extended scope practitioners, including clinical and financial elements. For the first 6 months (approximately) the service will be required to provide multi-disciplinary triage of referrals delivered to the timescales outlined in the specification for Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG. Triage teams should be consultant led and may consist of accredited optometrists/nurses/orthoptists. This is to support The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust in the development of its own triage team and protocols by allowing hospital clinical staff to train alongside the triage clinicians provided by the successful bidder. This clinical element may be subcontracted. It is envisaged that The Ophthalmology Referral Refinement, Remote Review Platform and Management of the Extended Scope Practitioners will form part of Ophthalmology Strategic Partnerships which are to be developed within the NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group locality and within the West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning locality. Over the lifetime of the contract, we would foresee the providers working closely with the system to develop and innovate the services. Contract review provision: — please note that the services and associated specification and prices commissioned within this contract may be subject to review and change, — moving forward it is the Commissioners intention to undertake a review of its Ophthalmology services in conjunction with the selected providers, therefore, the scope of the possible changes to be made to this contract shall relate to the outcomes of any continuous improvement including the potential introduction of a larger population to support the STP footprint. i.e. the contract and specification may be amended to also deliver ophthalmology services within North East Essex, through a variation to the contract in accordance with Regulation 72 (1) (a) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, Additionally, the contract may also be amended in terms of the original services supplied, where, following assessment it is identified that it is logical for additional services to be delivered in conjunction with this contract and by the provider, both in terms of actual service delivery and to avoid duplication of costs, These services may include but are not limited to other services and specialties formally delivered in the community and secondary care settings where it is foreseen that these services can be delivered more effectively as part of this contract. II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 2 328 074.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 84 II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Lot No: 2 II.2.1) Title Community Ophthalmology Services II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85112200 85110000 85121280 85160000 85121281 33122000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH14 Main site or place of performance: Lot 2 will cover the NHS Ipswich & East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group only. II.2.4) Description of the procurement The Community Ophthalmology Service which is the service within Lot 2 will be provided for NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group only. The scope for this service is for the provision of facilities in community-locations (to be agreed with the commissioner) that can fully support the delivery of efficient and effective ‘one stop shop’ see, diagnose, and treat services that are pivotal to the delivery of a fully integrated eye-care service. In scope for this service is the provision of appropriately trained staff required to: — undertake eye examinations, — follow consultant-led treatment plans, — perform required administrative functions, — operate diagnostic equipment to perform, — Retinal Photo Documentation and Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), — Fields Examination, — Dilated Binocular Indirect Retinal Examination, — Anterior Eye Examination, and, — Visual Acuity. From day one of the contract the majority of those patients that require glaucoma monitoring will be transferred into the community services and over time with the development of consultant-led protocols, the following group of patients could also be seen within this service: — Hydroxychloroquine monitoring, — Central Serous retinopathy (CSR), — Confirmed Macular dystrophies, — Retinal nevus-established, — CRVO, BRVO, RVO (non- ischaemic), BRVO (-MO), — Retinal emboli, — Stable AMD Monitoring. It is anticipated that the scope for this service will develop as the strategic partnership matures; enabling the services to be aligned in the most effective way for the patient, rather than being limited by traditional organizational boundaries. There is potential for the Community Ophthalmology Service to take on additional services or to change the way pathways function throughout the duration of the contract as the partnership and services develop and relationships mature. It is envisaged that The Community Ophthalmology Service will form part of Ophthalmology Strategic Partnership which is to be developed within the NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group locality a. Over the lifetime of the contract, we would foresee the providers working closely with the system to develop and innovate the services. Contract review provision: — please note that the services and associated specification and prices commissioned within this contract may be subject to review and change, — moving forward it is the Commissioners intention to undertake a review of its Ophthalmology services in conjunction with the selected providers; therefore, the scope of the possible changes to be made to this contract shall relate to the outcomes of any continuous improvement including the potential introduction of a larger population to support the STP footprint. i.e. the contract and specification may be amended to also deliver ophthalmology services within North East Essex, through a variation to the contract in accordance with Regulation 72 (1) (a) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Additionally, the contract may also be amended in terms of the original services supplied, where, following assessment it is identified that it is logical for additional services to be delivered in conjunction with this contract and by the provider, both in terms of actual service delivery and to avoid duplication of costs. These services may include but are not limited to other services and specialties formally delivered in the community and secondary care settings where it is foreseen that these services can be delivered more effectively as part of this contract. II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 4 462 024.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 84 II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.11) Main features of the award procedure: Award criteria are as stated in the procurement documents. IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 23/02/2018 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information The services to which this procurement relates fall within Schedule 3 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the ‘Regulations’). As such, the procurement of the services is being run as a process akin to the open procedure, as outlined within the suite of procurement documents. The Contracting Authority does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations, save those applicable to Schedule 3 Services. You are advised that the budget will be up to £970,014 for both lots per year across the period of the contract, therefore up to £6,790,098 contract value, for the potential 7 years, which is a combination of 5 years, plus a possible extension of up to 2 years. You are advised that the budget for Lot 1 will be up to £332,582 per year across the period of the contract, therefore up to £2,328,074 contract value, for the potential 7 years, which is a combination of 5 years, plus a possible extension of up to 2 years. You are advised that the budget for Lot 2 will be up to £637,432 per year across the period of the contract, therefore up to £4,462,024 contract value, for the potential 7 years, which is a combination of 5 years, plus a possible extension of up to 2 years. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group Endeavour House, Russell Road Ipswich IP1 2BX UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 02/01/2018 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. 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Stroke Early Supported Discharge Service

NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group | Published June 12, 2019
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NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group and West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group are looking to commission a Stroke Early Supported Discharge Service across the Ipswich, East Suffolk (minus Waveney) and West Suffolk localities. NICE defines ESD as “a service for people after stroke which allows transfer of care from an inpatient environment to a primary care setting to continue rehabilitation, at the same level of intensity and expertise that they would have received in the inpatient setting.” II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 7 000 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH14 Main site or place of performance: This service will be delivered across the NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group localities. II.2.4) Description of the procurement NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group and West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group are looking to commission a Stroke Early Supported Discharge (ESD) Service across the Ipswich, East Suffolk (minus Waveney) and West Suffolk localities. NICE defines ESD as “a service for people after stroke which allows transfer of care from an inpatient environment to a primary care setting to continue rehabilitation, at the same level of intensity and expertise that they would have received in the inpatient setting.” This service has been designed to support people after stroke, transferring care from an inpatient environment to a primary care setting to continue rehabilitation at the same level of intensity and expertise that they would have received in the inpatient setting. This service will maximise the rehabilitation potential for stroke survivors and lessen long term disability. A multi-disciplinary approach to service delivery will ensure that rehabilitation needs are met. Full integration of this service with other community provision is required to ensure that all interactions are delivered in a collaborative and co-ordinated approach. The overall aims of the Stroke ESD service are: — to deliver specialised rehabilitation through a multidisciplinary and co-ordinated approach as per RCP Clinical Guidelines for Stroke 2016, — to providing a seamless pathway and continuity of care for the stroke survivor and their carers through the acute stay to rehabilitation and beyond, — to ensure a whole system approach that raises standards across the stroke pathway aligned with National and local strategy and guidelines, — to ensure the stroke survivor and family/carer have access to support, advice, advocacy and information throughout the care pathway and beyond, — to ensure rehabilitation is delivered with a person-centred, goal planning approach — to achieve maximum potential for independence in all aspects of the stroke survivors and their family/carer’s lifestyle while, acquiring the skills to adapt to new situations, — to deliver a five days a week ESD service as standard, with 7 day working a future development — to reduce premature admission into Long Term Care, — to enable the stroke survivor to reach and maintain their optimum potential in their physical, psychological and social functional abilities, — to Integrate Health, Social and voluntary organisations, ensuring a high quality pathway from transfer from the acute setting through discharge home and beyond. Contract review provision: Please note that the services and associated specification and prices commissioned within this contract may be subject to review and change, moving forward the Commissioners may further review its Stroke services in conjunction with the selected providers; therefore, the scope of the possible changes to be made to this contract shall relate to the outcomes of any continuous improvement, through a variation to the contract in accordance with Regulation 72 (1) (a) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Additionally, the contract may also be amended in terms of the original services supplied, where, following assessment it is identified that it is logical for additional services to be delivered in conjunction with this contract and by the provider, both in terms of actual service delivery and to avoid duplication of costs. These services may include but are not limited to other services and specialties formally delivered in the community and secondary care settings where it is foreseen that these services can be delivered more effectively as part of this contract. II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 7 000 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 60 II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.4) Objective rules and criteria for participation Please see procurement documentation. III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.2) Contract performance conditions Please see procurement documentation. Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.11) Main features of the award procedure: Please see procurement documentation. IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 02/08/2019 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information The services to which this procurement relates fall within Schedule 3 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the “Regulations”). As such, the procurement of the services is being run as a process akin to the open procedure, as outlined within the suite of procurement documents. The Contracting Authority does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the regulations, save those applicable to Schedule 3 Services. You are advised that the budget will be up to 1 000 000 GBP per year across the period of the contract, therefore up to 7 000 000 GBP contract value, for the potential 7 years, which is a combination of 5 years, plus a possible extension of up to 2 years. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group Endeavour House, Russell Road Ipswich IP1 2BX UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 07/06/2019 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. 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