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CTP 768 Provision of Specialist Financial Services - Derbyshire Development Company

Derbyshire County Council | Published February 2, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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By 2018, Derbyshire County Council (?Council?) will be getting a third less money from Central Government to run its services, compared to 2013 , with more cuts to follow up to 2020 and possibly beyond. The Council is seeking to utilise its considerable land assets, to generate a revenue income stream through the establishment of a Derbyshire County Council Development Company, acting within the limitations of the general power of competence (Localism Act 2011). This is to mitigate the effects of funding cuts and to support the delivery of key services. The company would be operated and governed as an arm?s length vehicle and develop surplus council property and land assets, for housing for sale or rent, extra care housing, or for commercial and industrial development. The Council is seeking to structure the company, to allow it to have the flexibility to work in formal partnership, with other public bodies, the private sector and housing providers including Registered Social Landlords (RSLs).

GB-Lincolnshire: Community Grant Scheme for West Lindsey

West Lindsey District Council | Published June 17, 2015  -  Deadline July 24, 2015
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Administer and deliver two community grant schemes that will run in the 2015-2016, 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 financial years subject to available funding. The schemes are the ‘Small Community Grant’ and ‘Large Community Grant’.

GB-Derby: External Audit and Corporation Tax Services

Derby Homes Ltd | Published December 7, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
Winner
BDO LLP
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79210000

Derby Homes Ltd invites you to tender for the provision of External Audit and Corporation Tax services The External Auditors will be required to perform the necessary audit work to enable them to express an audit opinion on Derby Homes’ annual Financial Statements and complete the annual Corporation Tax return.

Integrated Stainer/Coverslipper

NOE-CPC | Published October 22, 2015  -  Deadline October 30, 2015
Winner
Leica Microsystems Ltd
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33100000

Service Overview The tender requirement is for the provision of an Integrated Stainer-Coverslipper for Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to be used in the Histology department. Contract Parameters The contract parameters are for one unit to be procured and delivered in financial year of 2015/16

GB-Derby: External Audit and Corporation Tax Services

Derby Homes Ltd | Published October 1, 2015  -  Deadline October 30, 2015
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79212000

Derby Homes Ltd invites you to tender for the provision of External Audit and Corporation Tax services The External Auditors will be required to perform the necessary audit work to enable them to express an audit opinion on Derby Homes’ annual Financial Statements and complete the annual Corporation Tax return.

HRA Revaluations

Kettering Borough Council | Published December 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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71251000

The requirement is for a full revaluation and review of our Beacon properties. The valuation work will encompass a more general survey around Kettering itself to understand the context within which the housing properties are sited. As part of this survey we also require: a statement of expected life of the individual properties, an apportionment between land and buildings and an impairment/market review. All revaluations are to be as at 1st April commencing the financial year. We are required to ensure that the carrying value of the assets on the balance sheet should be materially accurate as at 31st March, the end of the financial year. In order to meet this requirement we also require the provision of an uplift percentage that should be applied to the 1st April valuation to enable closure of accounts at the following 31st March i.e. Valuation for 1st April 2015 with an uplift to bring it to 31st March 2016 (Impairment/Market Review).

Broadmarsh Car Park Refurbishment (CPU1523)

N/A | Published February 23, 2016  -  Deadline March 7, 2016
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45213000

The outline scope of works is the refurbishment and redevelopment of Broadmarsh multi storey car park, including change of use and extensions to Carrington St. and Collin St. frontages to provide uses within A1- A5 (shops, financial and professional services, restaurants and cafes, drinking establishments and hot food takeaways) and ancillary public facilities; re-cladding of car park structure; reconfigure bus station layout and relocation of car park entrance to Middle Hill.

Medical Services In Custody and Sexual Offence Examination

EMSCU Nottinghamshire Police | Published November 30, 2015
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85121000

EMSCU on behalf of The Police and Crime Commissioner of Nottinghamshire is seeking expressions of interest from organisations including any national or international company, consortium or not for profit organisation that can demonstrate the necessary financial strength, managerial capability and experience, to be considered for the award of a contract for the effective delivery of medical services in custody and sexual offence examinations. Although this tender process is primarily concerned with the delivery of medical services for Nottinghamshire Police, other regional forces such as, Derbyshire Constabulary and Leicestershire Police may also be interested at a future date. For further information please register your interest on https://uk.eu-supply.com/login.asp?B=BLUELIGHT and download the pre-engagement document

CPU1763 - Audit of Payments

Nottingham City Council | Published February 8, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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72000000

Leicestershire County Council and Nottingham City Council formed a partnership in 2010 to deliver HR, payroll and finance transactional shared services. The shared service aims to provide a sustainable solution to deliver more efficient, cost effective services and a technical platform from which new ways of working can continually be developed and delivered. EMSS brings a more customer centric way of working, it adopts a more efficient approach to delivering services and by sharing the knowledge and investment, the risk of failure to each council is minimised. It is also designed to make these benefits and opportunities available to other public sector organisations to share across a wider base the financial gains that the partnership has enjoyed. Founded in a major transformational programme, EMSS enabled both councils to respond to the challenging financial and political landscape for local government, as well as the public?s expectation to deliver services that are of high quality and value for money and will enable both councils being in a stronger position to protect frontline services. In April 2015 a review of processes and procedures within the Finance Service Centre was undertaken. This focussed initially on Accounts Payable and identified several areas where improvements could be made both short and long term. It was then decided to investigate further the opportunity to implement these improvements and conduct, for the first time, a retrospective audit of the accounts payable function from EMSS go live date April 2013 to March 2016 with the aim to recover any monies owing to the relevant partners. At the same time it was recognised that a proactive approach was required to minimise the risk of future duplicate and erroneous payments by the purchase of preventative audit software.

Market Statement re future procurement of a Managed Care Ophthalmology service for Milton Keynes.

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published December 17, 2015
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85100000

The statement below is designed to bring interested parties up to speed with developments in regard to the provision of ophthalmology services in Milton Keynes. History: MKCCG ran a procurement process from July - Nov 2014 for a Milton Keynes Community Ophthalmology Service. The outcome of this process was that MKCCG was unable to award the contract. Full interim arrangements were put in place to ensure the continuation of the service while the CCG reviewed its options. Current Position: MKCCG has decided to trial an integrated model of care for Ophthalmology with its current provider, Milton Keynes University Hospital Foundation Trust, for a period of 18 months. The first 9 months [which commenced December 2015] is designed to trial the integrated approach, allow the service delivery models to be tested and confidence in the financial envelope. The CCG has committed to commencing procurement for Ophthalmology services for Milton Keynes in 2016. It is anticipated that this will be for a full managed care service, assuming positive outcome of the pilot, or for a service in line with the pilot project outcomes. Any information relating to this future procurement will be posted on Bravo in the usual way.

TD0929 - Business Rates Review Software / Solution Service

Derby City Council | Published April 28, 2015  -  Deadline May 14, 2015
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Tenders are invited for the provision of a Business Rates Review Software / Solution Service to help maximise collection of Business Rates through the Business Rates Retention Scheme. The awarded supplier could be providing a solution as software or an alternative solution to meet the requirement. The local Government Finance Act 2012 created an opportunity for local authorities to have a financial say in the levels of performance of how they collect Business Rates. Derby City Council wishes to maximise its collection of Business Rates to ensure it benefits from the new Retention Scheme. To do this we wish to procure an intelligence led software solution or similar service that will primarily ensure that our Valuation / Rating List is up to date and accurate. The contract period is one year; the contract is estimated to commence 1st July 2015 and expire 30th June 2016. There will be the option to extend for a further period of twelve months to 30th June 2017, subject to funding, satisfactory performance, business needs and agreement by both parties. The value of the contract has been estimated as returns from the percentage of net yield of changes identified and agreed.

Leicester and Leicestershire - Local Enterprise Partnership Area

DEPARTMENT FOR WORK AND PENSIONS | Published January 27, 2016  -  Deadline March 8, 2016
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The Provider will be required to deliver provision across the entire LEP area which encompasses the local authority areas of Leicester City Council and Leicestershire County Council which incorporates seven District Councils; • Blaby; • Charnwood; • Harborough; • Hinckley and Bosworth; • Melton; • North West Leicestershire, and; • Oadby and Wigston. As a minimum the Provider must deliver from premises in • Leicester city centre. • Coalville. • Loughborough. • Hinckley. • Melton Mowbray. • Ashby. • Market Harborough. Service delivery under this contract is expected to commence in October 2016 and continue until September 2019. There will be a further 64 week payment tail. The contract value is £5.4m and there is a requirement for a minimum of 1462 Participants to start on this provision. The Provision will tackle barriers to work and help participants into sustained employment. It will engage with economically inactive people that are not claiming benefits and benefit claimants with complex needs. Whilst the Provision must be participant led and looking after the employment aspirations of each individual, the Provider will be expected to make links and form strong working relationships with employers in local growth sectors. Ultimately such relationships will enhance the chances of Provision participants finding work. The Provider must meet ESF specific requirements set by the European Commission and failure to comply can result in a high financial risk for both the Provider and DWP, as funds used inappropriately or for ineligible Participants or purposes and/or where the ESF requirements have not been met are recoverable from Providers. The Provider will use the Provider Referral and Payment (PRaP) system to receive their referrals and to record claimant activity. The Provider will therefore need to have met relevant security requirements when contracts go live. This contract will be for the use of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), its Executive Agencies and those Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs) sponsored by DWP. Further information including a list of such Agencies and Public Bodies can be viewed by selecting ‘Ministerial Departments’ on the Departmental website.

Northamptonshire County Council - The provision of support to staff and committee members of childcare settings led by a Voluntary Management Committee (VMC).

LGSS | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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Northamptonshire County Council (NCC) is seeking bids to provide a minimum of 250 hours and potentially up to 500 hours p.a. of bespoke support to Voluntary Managed Committee led settings directly or to support new committee members with their roles and responsibilities where a need for this has already been identified by NCC or setting itself. This contract is designed to operate with support being called off as and when required and may, in extreme cases, involve working with a specific setting for up to 35 hours where warranted. Amongst other things support might include: - An initial assessment of the setting / committee’s requirements which should include a report to the local authority on the setting’s sustainability, safeguarding issues, staffing or its committee members. This should include a recommendation, where appropriate, for further support. - The gathering of data. - Supporting the setting with business planning, financial planning, roles and responsibilities training, safeguarding advice or any other aspect that is needed in order to address the matter at hand. There is an option to extend this contract for 1 year. Twenty thousand pounds for minimum guaranteed call off. (Please note that this is an estimate only. If your organisation submits a quote please specify your price and provide evidence to support). Expressions of Interest must be sent to Richard Ellis, email: rellis@northamptonshire.gov.uk. A request for quotation document will be sent by return and this completed document must be returned by 5pm on 5 February 2016. The deadline for clarification questions is 22 January at 5pm. Please provide a full contact name, address for correspondence and email address in your Expression of Interest and ensure that reference “Bespoke VMC Support” is quoted in all correspondence.

PAN1117 - Outdoor Gym Equipment (Framework)

Leicester City Council | Published October 13, 2015  -  Deadline November 9, 2015
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37400000

Leicester City Council invites Tenders for the provision of outdoor gym equipment. ?Outdoor gyms? are collections of body weight driven and other non-adjustable gym equipment placed in parks and other outdoor spaces to promote and provide facilities for physical activity. Currently there are outdoor gym facilities at the following Leicester parks: ? Braunstone, ? Evington ? Knighton ? Spinney Hill ? Victoria and ? Willowbrook Park In addition mini gyms have also been developed at Craven Recreation Ground and Lamen Road open space. Typically a full gym will consist of 15-20 items of equipment and a mini gym will contain less than 8 items of equipment. The first outdoor gym area in the City was developed at Evington Park in 2009 and the most recent installation was Spinney Hill Park in July last year. Without exception all the existing outdoor gyms experience a high level of use and have been very well received by the local community and wider park users. The Supplier will be required to provide fitness equipment that is durable, innovative and safe and that meets the varying needs of all users, whilst representing the very best in terms of financial value. Leicester City Council is looking for more than just the supply of equipment. We are looking to forge a working relationship with potential suppliers to ensure that Leicester City Council (in relation to the customer experience) continues to offer a service of a consistently high standard. Outdoor gyms have been proposed at the following locations: ? Beaumont Park ? City Centre ? Cossington Street Recreation Ground ? Exchange Park ? Fosse Recreation Ground ? Humberstone Park ? Rushey Fields ? Towers Park ? Western Park ? Willowbrook Park ? Meadow Gardens ? Nelson Mandela Park ? Rally Park ? Aylestone ? Bede Park ? St Matthews ? Ryder Road All equipment for these parks will be required at various intervals over the next 12 ? 18 months. Any future requirements will be communicated once confirmed. The requirements for the equipment include the following categories: ? Strength ? Cardio ? Toning ? Inclusive ? Fixed Equipment

Provision of Benefits E-Changes in Circumstances

Derby City Council | Published May 23, 2016  -  Deadline June 21, 2016
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Tenders are invited for the provision of a software solution to enable the reporting of Benefit Changes in Circumstances electronically. Derby City Council’s Benefits Service delivers a service to customers wishing to claim the following benefits: (a) Housing Benefit (b) Council Tax Support (c) Second adult rebate (for pensioners) (d) Free school meals In 2015 the Council launched an Online New Claims solution, supported by Risk Based Verification (RBV). The Benefits Service continues to modernise the way that it delivers its service to customers in order to improve performance and make efficiencies wherever possible. It is committed to finding increasingly innovative ways to provide the best level of service possible, whilst operating in a challenging financial climate. The Council has a corporate Channel Shift Policy and wider e-services agenda, under which customers are increasingly being provided with more opportunities to self-serve by requesting Council services online. To support these aims and expand on its current online offer, the Council now proposes to procure a Benefits E-Changes in Circumstances solution supported by an associated Risk Based Verification solution to be procured separately. The successful bidder will be expected to work collaboratively with the successful bidder for the RBV solution, and the Council’s Information Systems Team, to ensure the service is implemented and running live no later than 1st October 2016. The contract is expected to commence 1st September 2016 and end 31st March 2018. There is a budget of around £76,000. This includes scope for some further product development costs over the course of the contracts. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 2pm on 20th June 2016. However, it is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 10.00am on 21 June 2016 2016. Please visit https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents. Please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.

Project Management for Replacement of Telephony System

NOE-CPC | Published March 22, 2016  -  Deadline March 21, 2016
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72224000

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s existing telecommunications system is an end-of-life product that has no additional capacity to support the future needs of the organisation. It is planned that it will be replaced on a phased basis commencing in the 2016/2017 financial year. How to Express Interest in this Tender: 1. Register your company on the eSourcing portal (this is only required once) - Browse to the eSourcing Portal: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/noecpc and click the link to register - Enter your correct business and user details - Note: your username will be the email address you have entered - you will also then shortly receive an email confirmation. 2. Once registered access the site and from the Home page hover over 'Tenders' on the tool bar and select 'current tenders' from the drop down options 3. Express Interest in the tender you are interested in - Select `Express Interest` within the Tender Details ( located at the bottom of the synopsis). On doing so, you will instantly have access to the Tender Management area for that tender. Any available documentation will be available via the various relevant tabs. You can access this area at any point by logging in, navigating to `My Tenders` and selecting `View Details`. 4. Responding to the tender - There will be a tab allocated to any tender stage (e.g. PQQ and/or ITT). Under the `My Tender Return` area, you will be required to complete any mandatory questionnaires and upload any requested documentation. You can now use the `Correspondence` function to communicate with the buyer and seek any clarification (any clarifications will be found within the `Clarifications` tab). - Note the deadline for completion, then follow the onscreen instructions to complete and submit your response. - There may be a mixture of online and offline actions for you to perform (there is detailed online help available). You must then submit your reply using the `Submit Response` button at the bottom of the page. If you require any further assistance please consult the online help, or contact the In-tend Support Desk. Alerts will be sent to your request email addresses when any correspondence, alterations or clarifications are issued. The standards and criteria are available in the PQQ/ITT documents available as indicated above.

EARLY HELP AND PREVENTION REVIEW (REF: LCC/EHAP/2016)

Leicestershire County Council | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
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Peopletoo Ltd
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EARLY HELP AND PREVENTION REVIEW REF: LCC/EHAP/2016 Introduction Submissions are invited for the services of suitably qualified and experienced person(s) to start work immediately on development of a broad medium term strategy for early help and prevention services. The Council?s detailed requirements, including deliverable are defined in the Terms of Reference in Section 3 of Request for Quotation document which is available to download by registering at: https://www.eastmidstenders.org/ The work must be completed by the end of April 2016 and within the allocated budget of £50,000. Background Early help and prevention services are seen as important and key to reducing demand on other County Council services. A considerable amount of work has been undertaken on prevention services and this is attached. It includes mapping and evidence gathering on a departmental basis, development of an evidence base, drafting of a target operating model (TOM) and initial business cases for integration. The Review The purpose of the review is to: ? Develop a broad medium term strategy for early help and prevention services that takes on board partner organisations? views. ? Agree a new TOM for County Council early help and prevention services that: o Ensures an integrated approach to commissioning and delivery of services o Is efficient o Focuses scare resources on services that make the biggest impact o Operates within available resources (A financial envelope will be provided within which services should operate over the medium term.) The review should focus on County Council services and how those services might be rationalised in the context of the purpose of the review and the background to it. That includes both the commissioning and delivery of services. Given the nature of the services, working with partners is clearly essential and the work needs to take account of partner views in developing a strategy and TOM. The review needs to develop an approach to delivery of both in house and externally provided services including overall commissioning activity. The report and presentation will be produced by the end of April 2016.

EARLY HELP AND PREVENTION REVIEW (REF: LCC/EHAP/2016)

Leicestershire County Council | Published January 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
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79400000

EARLY HELP AND PREVENTION REVIEW REF: LCC/EHAP/2016 Introduction Submissions are invited for the services of suitably qualified and experienced person(s) to start work immediately on development of a broad medium term strategy for early help and prevention services. The Council?s detailed requirements, including deliverable are defined in the Terms of Reference in Section 3 of Request for Quotation document which is available to download by registering at: https://www.eastmidstenders.org/ The work must be completed by the end of April 2016 and within the allocated budget of £50,000. Background Early help and prevention services are seen as important and key to reducing demand on other County Council services. A considerable amount of work has been undertaken on prevention services and this is attached. It includes mapping and evidence gathering on a departmental basis, development of an evidence base, drafting of a target operating model (TOM) and initial business cases for integration. The Review The purpose of the review is to: ? Develop a broad medium term strategy for early help and prevention services that takes on board partner organisations? views. ? Agree a new TOM for County Council early help and prevention services that: o Ensures an integrated approach to commissioning and delivery of services o Is efficient o Focuses scare resources on services that make the biggest impact o Operates within available resources (A financial envelope will be provided within which services should operate over the medium term.) The review should focus on County Council services and how those services might be rationalised in the context of the purpose of the review and the background to it. That includes both the commissioning and delivery of services. Given the nature of the services, working with partners is clearly essential and the work needs to take account of partner views in developing a strategy and TOM. The review needs to develop an approach to delivery of both in house and externally provided services including overall commissioning activity. The report and presentation will be produced by the end of April 2016.

Nottingham City Integrated Diabetes Service

NHS NOTTINGHAM CITY CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline October 9, 2015
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85100000

Nottingham City CCG invites suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver a specialist diabetes service in the Community. Nottingham City has over 16,033 registered diabetes patients of which 10% are Type 1. Aims of the Service: The aim of the service is to provide an integrated diabetes service in the community for patients with Type 1 and 2 diabetes. In particular, the following will be included within the service; telephone education, advice and support to both patients and healthcare professionals, emotional and psychological support, structured education programmes for both Type 1 and Type 2 patients (both group and 1 to 1 sessions), continuous blood glucose monitoring, foot assessment, care planning and insulin pump initiation and management. In addition to this, patients presenting post or with a hypo/hyperglycaemic attack will be given advice and support through the hypoglycaemic pathway. Mentorship / training opportunities for healthcare professionals will also be provided. In addition the new provider will be expected to provide support to patients at high risk of developing diabetes. The service will function through a Diabetes Central Triage Hub. Outcomes: • To provide an integrated model of care that meets the needs of patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes • Ensure that healthcare professionals managing patients with Type 1 and 2 diabetes have the appropriate access to services as and when required • Empowering patients by initiating joint care plans • Patients, carers and healthcare professionals have access to specialist advice and education • Improved care pathway • Reduce unnecessary admissions to hospital • Improvement in self-management, knowledge and shared decision making The service is commissioned as a five year service based on an Outcome Based Activity Model. The provider will be expected to meet the annual quality reduction targets set and subsequently approximately 25% of the contract value will be withheld until targets are achieved at the end of each financial year. (See specification). The contract value is £1,067,000 per annum. Interested parties will be expected to follow a competitive tender process. Following initial scoring of the tender (as set out in the evaluation questionnaire) successful Providers having past the first stage will be invited for a Clarification Interview which will be held on Wednesday 14 October 2015 at the CCGs Head Quarters in Nottingham.

Provision of Risk Based Verification Solution for Benefit Changes in Circumstances

Derby City Council | Published May 23, 2016  -  Deadline June 21, 2016
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72000000

Tenders are invited for the provision of a software solution to enable the risk scoring of reported changes of circumstances relating to Housing Benefit (HB) and Council Tax Support (CTS) claims. Derby City Council’s Benefits Service delivers a service to customers wishing to claim the following benefits: (a) Housing Benefit (b) Council Tax Support (c) Second adult rebate (for pensioners) (d) Free school meals In 2015 the Council launched an Online New Claims solution, supported by Risk Based Verification. The Benefits Service continues to modernise the way that it delivers its service to customers in order to improve performance and make efficiencies wherever possible. It is committed to finding increasingly innovative ways to provide the best level of service possible, whilst operating in a challenging financial climate. The Council has a corporate Channel Shift Policy and wider e-services agenda, under which customers are increasingly being provided with more opportunities to self-serve by requesting Council services online. To support these aims and expand on its current online offer, the Council now proposes to procure a Benefits E-Changes in Circumstances solution supported by an associated Risk Based Verification solution. The Risk Based Verification solution should also be able to risk score changes received via other routes such as paper. The successful bidder for the Risk Based Verification solution will be expected to work collaboratively with the successful bidder for the Benefits E-Changes in Circumstances solution, and the Council’s Information Systems Team, to ensure the service is implemented and running live no later than 1st October 2016. The contract is expected to commence 1st September 2016 and end 31st March 2018. There is a budget of around £31,000. This includes scope for some further product development costs over the course of the contracts. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 2pm on 20th June 2016. However, it is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 10.00am on 21st June 2016 2016. Please visit https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents. Please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.