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Financial and insurance services

Leicestershire County Council | Published October 27, 2017
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66000000

Leicestershire County Council has authority to manage the finances of certain service users who are not able to manage their own finances due to a lack of mental capacity. LCC are seeking to appoint a number of Financial Advisors to advise officers of the council within the Appointee-ship and Deputy-ship Team on matters of financial investment for the benefit of service users. We may also offer the framework on a national basis for other Local Authorities to utilise.

Please note this PIN is being issued to alert the market as to an upcoming tender opportunity that will be advertised via issue of a Contract Notice in late 2017 / early 2018. We are not seeking expressions of interest at this point in time.

To establish a competitive national framework of Financial Advisors to advise officers of the Leicestershire County Council (and other local authorities if required) on matters of financial investment for the benefit of service users. Financial Advisors will be required to have the below accreditation:

— Registered with the FCA.

— Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) Financial Qualifications of Level 3 and above that includes a qualification in Financial Planning and Later Life Advisor Accreditation.

— Hold Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) membership.

— Have a broad knowledge of a variety of financial investments relevant to the Council's Deputy-ship cases.

Please note this PIN is being issued to alert the market as to an upcoming tender opportunity that will be advertised via issue of a Contract Notice in late 2017 / early 2018. We are not seeking expressions of interest at this point in time.

Financial transaction processing and clearing-house services

Leicestershire County Council | Published February 3, 2016
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66000000

Financial transaction processing and clearing-house services

Independent Financial Advice Framework

Leicestershire County Council | Published June 25, 2019  -  Deadline July 19, 2019
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66170000

The Council manages the finances of approximately 650 Service Users. The authority to manage the Service Users' finances comes from Court of Protection deputyship or from appointeeship, usually from the Department for Work & Pensions. The Council is responsible for the management of the Service Users' financial affairs. Under the Office of the Public Guardian's Deputy Standards the Council is required to seek independent financial advice, where appropriate to maximise the return on Service Users' savings, investments and any other assets. The Council is seeking to procure a framework with up to three separate Suppliers. The Council requires a process whereby the Supplier(s) is enabled to provide expert independent financial advice and procure relevant financial products as required. Specialist advice and support will be required for Service Users with portfolios of over £20,000. One general quarterly briefing is also required free of charge to assist the Council in making investment decisions on behalf of its Service Users with individual portfolios below £20,000.

Financial and insurance services

Leicester City Council | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
cpvs
66000000

The Council would like to invite economic operators to submit a tender response on the terms set out in the Invitation to Tender for selection of a single Contractor to provide Pre-Paid Cards and associated services.

Leicester City Council is looking to appoint a provider who can supply Pre-Paid Cards and associated services.

Following a successful Pilot contract Leicester City Council would like to continue and extend the use of prepaid cards in Adults and Children's Social care and potentially introduce a Pre-Paid Card solution to other areas of the authority.

Research and Benchmarking – IT and Financial Services Investment Potential (PAN1505)

Leicester City Council | Published March 27, 2017  -  Deadline April 10, 2017
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73000000,

Leicester City Council’s Inward Investment Service works to attract investment into Leicester, create jobs and contribute to the local economy. This investment comes from companies that are looking to set up a base in a new city and Leicester is constantly in competition with other cities, nationally and internationally. Leicester City Council wishes to appoint a Supplier to undertake research and benchmarking that will enable better understanding of the City’s competitive position and attractiveness to potential investors in the IT and Financial Services sectors with regard to them having a Leicester base. The successful Supplier will undertake a competitive positioning exercise to help the Authority identify any outcomes that can be used as inputs into Leicester’s Inward Investment and marketing strategy to attract investors in the IT and Financial Services sectors into Leicester. The analysis will identify Leicester and Leicestershire’s competitive position for foreign direct investment and for financial services operations in the domestic UK context, and will inform the Inward Investment team about the type of data and sources that a private investor considers when screening countries or regions for their location decisions. This is a one-off requirement. To respond to this opportunity either: 1 Click on the "Apply Online” button to be found below the contact details to the right of this screen which will take you to the EastMidsTenders portal. Click on the “View Opportunities” button to view contracts and locate the Research and Benchmarking – IT and Financial Services Investment Potential (PAN1505) opportunity. Register on Due North if you have not already done so and then express your interest for this opportunity. To gain access to the tender/quotation documentation: Go into "My Activities", Select "Leicester City Council" Then "PAN1505" And then "Start". 2 Paste the following link into your web browser: …https://procontract.due-north.com/Advert?advertId=df79eb68-f012-e711-80dd-005056b64545&p=527b4bbd-5c58-e511-80ef-000c29c9ba21 to view Research and Benchmarking – IT and Financial Services Investment Potential (PAN1505) opportunity. Register on Due North if you have not already done so and then express your interest in this opportunity. To gain access to the tender/quotation documentation: Go into "My Activities", Select "Leicester City Council" Then "PAN1505" And then "Start". Further information about the opportunity can be found in the tender documentation. Submissions must be received via the EastMidsTenders portal: https://www.eastmidstenders.org/index.html. Late submissions and those received by any other means will not be accepted. Any queries/questions regarding this opportunity must be received via the Due North portal only, otherwise they will not be responded to. This should be returned by 12:00 noon on 10 April 2017 at the very latest. Organisations are asked to regularly check this opportunity on Source Leicestershire for any updates. Any advertised opportunity might be updated or removed at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances. Applicants should note that due to the technicality of the software package being used to create this advert, this Opportunity will become "invisible" at midnight, 9 April 2017. Applicants are therefore requested to save all documentation relating to this Opportunity locally.

RSRFQ07/16-01 ESPO External Auditing Service

 | Published July 15, 2016  -  Deadline August 5, 2016
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79210000

In this present instance, ESPO is seeking quotations for the provision of external auditing services. The prime aim of the services will be to help ESPO plan, manage and execute their annual external audit in order to ensure ESPO’s financial statements are true and fair and have been prepared in accordance with relevant accounting and financial reporting standards. The contract will also require the successful supplier to report on the external audit process undertaken to ESPO’s Management and Audit and Finance Committee; as well provide advice to such parties on technical accounting and financial matters. The contract have the option to extend for up to a further 24 months. The total estimated values stated include the option period. To tender: (a) Go to www.eastmidstenders.org, (b) Register (c) Search for tender opportunity ‘RSRFQ07/16-01’ d) Express an interest (e) Download the tender from the website. Please note the closing time/date for submission of tenders is 12:00, 05/08/2016.

Software supply services

Blaby District Council | Published October 21, 2016
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72268000

The Council is seeking expressions of interest from suppliers of financial management software. Expressions of interest should include an overview of the system proposed as well as indicative pricing to include implementation costs (including data transfer), annual licencing and maintenance costs and all other costs associated with managing the software. Expressions of interest should be returned via the email address listed in this Notice by no later than 17:00 on 10.11.2016.

572: Provision of an Out of Hours IT Service Desk Solution for De Montfort University, Leicester.

De Montfort University | Published October 16, 2014
Winner
Selection Services LimitedProvident House, 122 High StreetBromley BR1 1EZ +44 8448741490
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72000000, 72500000

De Montfort University (DMU) is based in Leicester and has 2 700 staff and 27 000 students. Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is managed by the Universitys Information Technology and Media Services (ITMS) operation. There are a number of systems which require 24/7 support, 365 days a year while others many need extended support at specific times of the year. The ITMS operation provides standard cover during weekdays but there is a requirement for 1st line support provision outside of standard hours (Monday and Friday 08.00 to 17.00 and Tuesday to Thursday 08.00 to 17.15) including weekends, bank holidays and DMU Supplemental Days and to act as an overflow at specific periods during the year during the standard working hours described above. The contract will be awarded for an initial period of 3 years subject to review of operational and financial performance at the end of Year 1. Following the expiry of the initial period the contract will be reviewed and renewed (subject to operational and financial performance review) for successive periods to be agreed by both parties as part of the aforementioned review.

Soft Market Testing — Community Life Choices Service.

Leicestershire County Council | Published January 9, 2016
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85000000, 85000000

Leicestershire County Council is seeking to engage with current and potential Providers of Community Life Choices Services (day services) to develop a new model of delivery post 1.10.2016. Following a series of Provider events, we are asking Providers to consider a range of specific questions via a short questionnaire (attached to this advert). There is also an opportunity to contribute to a focus group. We see this process as an opportunity to define our model and test out future approaches, amidst significant financial challenges, which will result in changes to how the Council commissions in the future. Please return completed questionnaire by 22.1.2016.

Catering services

The University of Leicester | Published November 18, 2017
Winner
CH&Co Catering Group
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55520000, 55500000, 39222000, 15000000

College Court is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Leicester and is its first all year round conference centre. The centre is registered as a limited company and is required to provide a financial return for the University and support its strategic objectives.

College Court is letting a contract for its Food and Beverage requirements to an external provider and is seeking competitive prices from Service Providers for this service. The contract will be awarded for in initial period of 5 years from 1.9.2017 until 31.8.2022 with an option to extend annually for a further 5 years until 31.8.2027. The optional extensions are dependent on satisfactory performance.

Bidders are required to provide proposals on the basis of cost plus and performance guarantee models, and also fully comprehensive or semi comprehensive models for maintenance of assets.

College Court is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Leicester and is its first all year round conference centre. The centre is registered as a limited company and is required to provide a financial return for the University and support its strategic objectives.

College Court is letting a contract for its Food and Beverage requirements to an external provider and is seeking competitive prices from Service Providers for this service. The contract will be awarded for in initial period of 5 years from 1.9.2017 until 31.8.2022 with an option to extend annually for a further 5 years until 31.8.2027. The optional extensions are dependent on satisfactory performance.

Bidders are required to provide proposals on the basis of cost plus and performance guarantee models, and also fully comprehensive or semi comprehensive models for maintenance of assets.

Catering services

The University of Leicester | Published May 19, 2017  -  Deadline June 19, 2017
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55520000, 55500000, 39222000, 15000000

College Court is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Leicester and is its first all year round conference centre. The centre is registered as a limited company and is required to provide a financial return for the University and support its strategic objectives.

College Court is letting a contract for its Food and Beverage requirements to an external provider and is seeking competitive prices from Service Providers for this service. The contract will be awarded for in initial period of 5 years from 1.9.2017 until 31.8.2022 with an option to extend annually for a further 5 years until 31.8.2027. The optional extensions are dependent on satisfactory performance.

Bidders are required to provide proposals on the basis of cost plus and performance guarantee models, and also fully comprehensive or semi comprehensive models for maintenance of assets.

Review of Transport and Fleet Services.

Leicester City Council | Published May 2, 2015
Winner
Edge Public Solutions Ltd
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71311200, 72224000, 79410000

Transport systems consultancy services. Project management consultancy services. Business and management consultancy services. Leicester City Council commissioned a “Review of Transport & Fleet Services” to ascertain whether the Council vehicle fleet is of the requisite size to support the services its directorates provide. The consultants were also asked to provide an assessment of whether it achieves value for money in the way it acquires vehicles, to indicate the areas (in the acquisition and use of fleet) where there is potential to make savings and to provide an indication of the level of savings the Council might expect if it were to enact the recommendations. The subsequent report (in May 2014) recommended that we bring together all transport and travel activity into an Integrated Transport Unit (ITU), providing the Council with one strategic entity for central fleet control, better utilisation and greater flexibility to respond to change. It is anticipated that this, in turn, will deliver improved service levels to end users and drive better efficiencies and (ongoing) full year savings of at least 2 100 000 GBP. The savings would be achieved through improved vehicle procurement, reduced fleet maintenance costs, fleet rationalisation programmes and introduction of driver management measures to improve fuel consumption, reduce insurance costs, accidental damage and tyre replacement etc. The council hereby invites tenders from suitably qualified consultants, with specialist knowledge of transport fleet operations, to implement a series of transformational measures to provide a new centralised fleet transport service. Additionally, it is envisaged that the development of further travel and transport services, as part of an ITU, will ensure that LCC ambitions regarding greener travel and reduced travel costs are also achieved. The travel solutions to be offered and advised on would include; —Options for walking and cycling —Use of in-house Fleet —Use of Public Transport (Flexi-tickets / One-Card) solutions—Pool cars —Taxis —Hire arrangements A system of improved management controls established through the creation of a central service will ensure the cultural shift (regarding staff travel and transport) is achieved and maintained.The scope of the programme requires the partner to develop and implement an 18 month fleet transformation programme which will deliver financial savings that equate to a 30 % reduction in current service expenditure and the disposal of a minimum of 200 vehicles by the start of the 2016/17 financial year.

Review of transport and fleet services.

Leicester City Council | Published November 13, 2014  -  Deadline January 31, 2015
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71311200, 72224000, 79410000

Transport systems consultancy services. Project management consultancy services. Business and management consultancy services. As part of a wider Technical Services Review the Leicester City Council commissioned a ‘Review of Transport and Fleet Services’ to ascertain whether the Council vehicle fleet is of the requisite size to support the services its directorates provide. The consultants were also asked to provide an assessment of whether it achieves value for money in the way it acquires vehicles, to indicate the areas (in the acquisition and use of fleet) where there is potential to make savings and to provide an indication of the level of savings the Council might expect if it were to enact the recommendations. The subsequent report (in May 2014) recommended that we bring together all transport and travel activity into an Integrated Transport Unit (ITU), providing the Council with one strategic entity for central fleet control, better utilisation and greater flexibility to respond to change. It is anticipated that this, in turn, will deliver improved service levels to end users and drive better efficiencies and (ongoing) full year savings of at least GBP 2 100 000. The savings would be achieved through improved vehicle procurement, reduced fleet maintenance costs, fleet rationalisation programmes and introduction of driver management measures to improve fuel consumption, reduce insurance costs, accidental damage and tyre replacement etc. The council hereby invites tenders from suitably qualified consultants, with specialist knowledge of transport fleet operations, to implement a series of transformational measures to provide a new centralised fleet transport service. Additionally, it is envisaged that the development of further travel and transport services, as part of an ITU, will ensure that LCC ambitions regarding greener travel and reduced travel costs are also achieved. The travel solutions to be offered and advised on would include; -Options for walking and cycling -Use of in-house Fleet -Use of Public Transport (Flexi-tickets / One-Card) solutions-Pool cars -Taxis -Hire arrangements. A system of improved management controls established through the creation of a central service will ensure the cultural shift (regarding staff travel and transport) is achieved and maintained. The scope of the programme requires the partner to develop and implement an 18 month fleet transformation programme which will deliver financial savings that equate to a 30 % reduction in current service expenditure and the disposal of a minimum of 200 vehicles by the start of the 2016/17 financial year.

Business and management consultancy and related services

ESPO | Published May 19, 2017
Winner
Advalus Ltd
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79400000, 71241000, 72221000, 72224000, 79000000, 79313000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79414000, 79419000, 79212000, 79212100, 79212200, 79212300, 79212400, 66170000, 66171000, 79412000, 79418000, 79221000, 66600000, 85100000, 85000000, 71311200, 71311210, 72000000, 72200000, 72220000, 72222000, 72223000, 72227000, 72240000, 72246000, 72260000, 72266000, 73220000, 90710000, 90713000, 71314300, 71351914, 71800000, 71315210, 79417000, 71317210, 71317000, 70333000, 71410000, 73200000, 79341100, 79300000, 79413000, 79416200

ESPO (in collaboration with YPO) is seeking to establish a framework agreement with a number of service providers for the provision of consultancy services. The key aim of the framework will be to promote cost savings and create efficiencies by providing customers access to pre-approved service providers whom they may appoint using a simple and streamlined procurement process.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Alternative delivery models, business continuity and resilience, HR, organisational design, project management, risk management, strategy development.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Audit strategies and methodologies, audit services, bench marking and quality assurance, external/internal audits, governance, risk and internal control.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Audit strategies and methodologies, audit services, benchmarking and quality assurance, external/internal audits, governance, risk and internal control.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Banking, financial analysis and reporting, financial reviews, financial options, financial policies, funding applications and grants.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Category management, contract management, e-sourcing, European and global sourcing, process optimisation, supplier integration and relationship management.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Efficiency reviews, government returns, model adoptions, payment arrears.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Compliance and advisory, corporation tax, employment tax, land tax, PAYE, stamp duty, tax planning, VAT.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Accounting treatment, credit ratings, codes of practice, debt management, investment reviews and strategies, market conditions, prudential indicators.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Commercial feasibility and technical reviews, equipment andfacilities, food and drink menus, food hygiene, healthy eating programmes, nutrition.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Developing and implementing of public health schemes, behavioural science, health education, biostatistics, environmental health, epidemiology.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Care tool kits, commissioning models, departmental and servicereviews, demand management, personalisation, safeguarding, service user pathways.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Care tool kits, commissioning models, departmental and service reviews, demand management, personalisation, safeguarding, service user pathways.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Demand management, management strategies, impactassessments, street & traffic management, travel initiatives, travel plans, intelligent transport systems.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Cloud solutions, server solutions, systems development andanalysis, telecommunications, wireless solutions.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Cost analysis and projection, data protection and cyber security,digital strategy development, disaster recovery, IT project and programme management.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Commercial and efficiency reviews, funding and fundingapplications, increasing public use of services, service strategy design, trusts and joint ventures.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Acquisitions, sales and disposals, evaluations and reviews,management and delivery, maintenance, mapping, rationalisation, remodelling.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Alternative energy, biodiversity, carbon footprint reduction, climate change, environmental legislation, landscape management, pollution, sustainability.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Accident statistics, COSHH and REACH, inspections and audits,H&S legislation, H&S policies and management, risk assessments, safe working procedures.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Development and regeneration projects, investment programmes,needs and assessment, revenue optimisation and funding, tenant schemes, supported housing.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Agricultural & retail planning, employment land reviews, localeconomic assessments, applications & appeals, legislation, spatial or specialist planning.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Government policy and awareness, local business development, economic development and sustainable growth plans, income generation schemes.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Alternative waste treatment, commercial or domestic waste,legislation, new waste sites, waste campaigns, waste policies and strategies.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Community research/strategies, customer insight, feedback facilitation, public dialogue, consultation, soft market testing, stakeholder engagement.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Branding, communication and marketing, crisis and events management, market research, campaigns, and strategies, media relations, targeting strategies.

Consultancy advice across a wide range of disciplines in relation to high value and/or complex strategic projects.

Provision of a Finance, Human Resources and Payroll System(s).

Leicester City Council | Published April 4, 2015  -  Deadline April 29, 2015
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48517000, 48900000, 72253200, 72253000, 72267000, 48900000, 72253200, 48517000, 72267000, 48517000, 48900000, 72253200, 72253000, 72267000

IT software package. Miscellaneous software package and computer systems. Systems support services. Help-desk and support services. Software maintenance and repair services. Type of Procedure - Competitive procedure with negotiation The Council is inviting tenders for a single or multiple Contractor(s) for the provision of a Finance, Human Resources and Payroll System(s), Training and Implementation, System Support & Maintenance and on-going Development of the System(s) and on a non-exclusive basis, as called off, additional functionality that maybe required over the term of the Contract. This Tender is divided into 2 Lots —Lot 1 Finance System —Lot 2 Human Resources & Payroll System Tenderers are entitled to submit for one, or both lots, showing any financial benefits accruing to the Council if the Tenderer were to win more than one lot. Tenderers tendering for more than one lot under this Contract should be aware that success (or otherwise) in one Lot will not necessarily mean success (or otherwise) in other Lots, as each Lot will be evaluated in isolation The Council reserves the right to award each Lot to separate providers and all successful suppliers will need to be prepared to address cross Lot compatibility issues. The Council reserves the right to award the contract on the basis of the initial tenders without conducting negotiations.

LUV00603 The provision of services to support the development of topical Salbutamol to prevent human

University of Leicester | Published September 19, 2015
Winner
Quay Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Huntingdon Life Sciences
cpvs
71900000, 85145000

One hundred and ten million primary surgical incisions occur globally every year. The resulting scars can cause serious cosmetic and functional problems, placing a heavy financial burden on healthcare systems worldwide. There are currently no proven treatments available to prevent wound scarring. Research has shown that, when applied to the wound site, salbutamol (Sal) can modulate the wound repair process moving it away from scarring and toward normal skin regeneration. Principal Investigator Dr Christine Pullar at the University's Department of Cell Physiology and Pharmacology has received funding from the Medical Research Council to support research with a view to moving towards therapeutic implementation. The research objectives are to assess safety and tolerability of topical salbutamol when applied to linear incisions and to determine the optimal topical salbutamol dose for scar improvement. The achievement of the objectives requires the procurement of the following services: Lot 1 – The formulation analysis, formulation stability testing and manufacture of sterile Topical Salbutamol Gel (TSG) for the non-clinical studies; Lot 2 – Manufacture of TSG formulations for the Clinical Trial; Lot 3 – The dose optimisation study and the non-clinical safety testing (PK analysis and skin toxicity testing) and PK analysis of salbutamol peak plasma levels in the healthy volunteers. The University invites bids for individual or combinations of lots and will award contracts based on the bids offering best value to the University overall. In assessing the overall best value solution the relative weighting of the Lots is 33 %:33 %:33 %.

LUV00603 The provision of services to support the development of topical Salbutamol to prevent human skin scarring and hyperpigmentation.

University of Leicester | Published September 19, 2015
Winner
Huntingdon Life Sciences
cpvs
71900000, 85145000

One hundred and ten million primary surgical incisions occur globally every year. The resulting scars can cause serious cosmetic and functional problems, placing a heavy financial burden on healthcare systems worldwide. There are currently no proven treatments available to prevent wound scarring. Research has shown that, when applied to the wound site, salbutamol (Sal) can modulate the wound repair process moving it away from scarring and toward normal skin regeneration. Principal Investigator Dr Christine Pullar at the University's Department of Cell Physiology and Pharmacology has received funding from the Medical Research Council to support research with a view to moving towards therapeutic implementation. The research objectives are to assess safety and tolerability of topical salbutamol when applied to linear incisions and to determine the optimal topical salbutamol dose for scar improvement. The achievement of the objectives requires the procurement of the following services: Lot 1 – The formulation analysis, formulation stability testing and manufacture of sterile Topical Salbutamol Gel (TSG) for the non-clinical studies; Lot 2 – Manufacture of TSG formulations for the Clinical Trial; Lot 3 – The dose optimisation study and the non-clinical safety testing (PK analysis and skin toxicity testing) and PK analysis of salbutamol peak plasma levels in the healthy volunteers. The University invites bids for individual or combinations of lots and will award contracts based on the bids offering best value to the University overall. In assessing the overall best value solution the relative weighting of the Lots is 33 %:33 %:33 %.

LUV00603 The provision of services to support the development of topical Salbutamol to prevent human skin scarring and hyperpigmentation.

University of Leicester | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline July 16, 2015
cpvs
85145000, 71600000, 71900000, 73111000, 71610000

The 110 000 000 primary surgical incisions occur globally every year. The resulting scars can cause serious cosmetic and functional problems, placing a heavy financial burden on healthcare systems worldwide. There are currently no proven treatments available to prevent wound scarring. Research has shown that, when applied to the wound site, salbutamol (Sal) can modulate the wound repair process moving it away from scarring and toward normal skin regeneration. Principal Investigator Dr Christine Pullar at the University's Department of Cell Physiology and Pharmacology has received funding from the Medical Research Council to support research with a view to moving towards therapeutic implementation. The research objectives are to assess safety and tolerability of topical salbutamol when applied to linear incisions and to determine the optimal topical salbutamol dose for scar improvement. The achievement of the objectives requires the procurement of the following services: — Lot 1 — The formulation analysis, formulation stability testing and manufacture of sterile Topical Salbutamol Gel (TSG) for the non-clinical studies. — Lot 2 — Manufacture of TSG formulations for the Clinical Trial. — Lot 3 — The dose optimisation study and the non-clinical safety testing (PK analysis and skin toxicity testing) and PK analysis of salbutamol peak plasma levels in the healthy volunteers. The University invites bids for individual or combinations of lots and will award contracts based on the bids offering best value to the University overall. In assessing the overall best value solution the relative weighting of the Lots is 33 %:33 %:33 %.

LUV00603 The provision of services to support the development of topical Salbutamol to prevent human

University of Leicester | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline July 15, 2015
cpvs
71900000, 73111000, 71600000, 71610000, 85145000, 85145000, 71600000, 71900000, 73111000, 71610000, 85145000, 71600000, 71900000, 73111000, 71610000, 85145000, 71600000, 71900000, 73111000, 71610000

The 110 000 000 primary surgical incisions occur globally every year. The resulting scars can cause serious cosmetic and functional problems, placing a heavy financial burden on healthcare systems worldwide. There are currently no proven treatments available to prevent wound scarring. Research has shown that, when applied to the wound site, salbutamol (Sal) can modulate the wound repair process moving it away from scarring and toward normal skin regeneration. Principal Investigator Dr Christine Pullar at the University's Department of Cell Physiology and Pharmacology has received funding from the Medical Research Council to support research with a view to moving towards therapeutic implementation. The research objectives are to assess safety and tolerability of topical salbutamol when applied to linear incisions and to determine the optimal topical salbutamol dose for scar improvement. The achievement of the objectives requires the procurement of the following services: — Lot 1 — The formulation analysis, formulation stability testing and manufacture of sterile Topical Salbutamol Gel (TSG) for the non-clinical studies. — Lot 2 — Manufacture of TSG formulations for the Clinical Trial. — Lot 3 — The dose optimisation study and the non-clinical safety testing (PK analysis and skin toxicity testing) and PK analysis of salbutamol peak plasma levels in the healthy volunteers. The University invites bids for individual or combinations of lots and will award contracts based on the bids offering best value to the University overall. In assessing the overall best value solution the relative weighting of the Lots is 33 %:33 %:33 %.

Health and social work services

NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit | Published April 25, 2017
Winner
Specsavers Hearcare Group Limited
cpvs
85000000

The Adult Hearing Service is aimed at adults aged 50 years old and over experiencing difficulties with their hearing and communication where a GP considers they may benefit from hearing assessment and care, including the option of trying hearing aids to reduce these difficulties.

It is the intention of the Commissioners to enter into a 3 year contract with a possible extension of 2 years with the preferred provider.

The maximum estimated total contract value for the initial 3 year duration of the proposed contract is 1 317 706 GBP. Please note that this value has been calculated based on anticipated service levels at the contract pricing tariff which was set out in Document 5 — Financial Model Template of the tender documents.

The aim is to provide a comprehensive community-based, patient-centred, adult hearing service for age-related hearing loss in line with national guidance and local requirements.

The purpose of the Adult Hearing Service is to ensure:

— Equitable access to high and consistent quality care for all patients using the service.

— A safe hearing service for patients that conforms to a recognised quality assurance tool e.g. the Improving Quality in Physiological Diagnostic Services Self-Assessment and Improvement Tool (IQIPS-SAIT). The service must also recognise published clinical guidelines/good practice.

This tender was run under the Light Touch Regime of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.