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Thames Valley Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service.

Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group | Published March 3, 2015  -  Deadline March 27, 2015
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34114122, 60120000, 85141000, 85143000

Thames Valley Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services Tender. Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (“CCG”) (on behalf of a consortium of NHS organisations in Thames Valley which also includes Chiltern CCG, Aylesbury Vale CCG, Slough CCG, Bracknell and Ascot CCG, Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead CCG, Newbury and District CCG, North and West Reading CCG, South Reading CCG, Wokingham CCG, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust) is tendering for a single provider of a Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service (“PTS”) for the registered general practice population of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire to and from agreed treatment centres within those counties. The approximate number of PTS journeys over the last financial year was c. 314 000 across the region. The contract will run for a period of 5 years with the group having the option to extend for a further 2 year period. The specific elements that the group intends to tender in a single solution are as follows: 1. Patient transport booking service (Telephony and web based appointment booking) for health professionals and patients including: a. Transport booking in advance of the required date (up to and including 24 hours in advance of the day); b. On the day / short notice transport booking to support the needs of the local health economy including but not restricted to discharges from a hospital setting; c. Defined timeslots for picking up patients requiring transportation to or from treatment; d. An internet based appointment booking system to enable approximately 80 % of bookings by health professionals to be made electronically; e. Screening of patients for whom transport is requested in accordance with Eligibility criteria set by the CCGs applied to bookings made both via telephone and electronically; f. A Free-phone or local rate telephone number (subject to negotiation with commissioners) for patients to contact the service via a single route into the telephony service. The telephony transport booking service is required to operate between 07:00-22:00 7 days a week. 2. Routine patient transportation for Outpatient and Day-patient appointments by single or multi-occupancy vehicles, including by wheelchair, electric wheelchair and by stretcher. Such appointments will predominantly be booked in advance, including but not limited to: a. Oncology (chemotherapy and radiotherapy); b. Renal treatment (including dialysis and transplantation); c. Deep Vein Thrombosis clinics; d. Musculoskeletal clinics; e. Neurological clinics. Transportation for eligible patients is required for Outpatient and Day patient appointments 7 days a week 06:00 to 22:00 3. Urgent care pathway patient transportation, by single or multi-occupancy vehicles, including wheelchair, electric wheelchair and by stretcher. Bookings will be made in advance and on the day for, but not limited to: a. Discharges to home from rapid assessment settings (e.g. A&E); b. Discharges to home from bedded care settings (acute and community); c. Inter-hospital transfers (within Oxfordshire); d. Dedicated transport to and from the Oxfordshire Emergency Multidisciplinary Units; e. Transport to and from the Multi-disciplinary Day Assessment Service at Wycombe Hospital. Transportation will be required for eligible patients between the hours of 6:00 to 2:00. The service may be required to provide transport on a more limited basis between 2:00 to 6:00 although this will be discussed with bidders at the Invitation to Tender stage. Booking of transportation for the urgent care pathway will be required predominantly on the day. 4. Complex patient transportation for Outpatient, Day-patient and urgent care pathways, including but not limited to: a. Bariatric patient care; b. With continuous oxygen therapy; c. By stretcher or wheelchair with complex needs; d. By hoist / sling (e.g. Southampton sling); e. Management during transportation by clinically qualified staff. The service will be expected to provide a range of vehicles suitable to meet the needs of patients described above. Transportation will be required for eligible patients between the hours of 6:00 to 2:00. The service may be required to provide transport on a more limited basis between 2:00 to 6:00 although this will be discussed with bidders at the Invitation to Tender stage. 5. Dedicated transportation for the multi-disciplinary day unit at Wycombe Hospital and Berkshire community sites including the Rapid Access Community Clinic. Full details of required sites will be provided in the ITT. 6. Out of county transportation / patient repatriation Transport will be required for out of county patients (those that are not registered with a GP practice within the Thames Valley footprint) being repatriated to their local district general hospital or home address. This transport is usually required at short notice and the provider will arrange movement on the same day as beds in the receiving hospital become available. Securing the funding for these journeys will be the responsibility of the provider as they are not commissioned by the group (as the patient is not registered with an eligible GP and therefore is the responsibility of another CCG). In these instances the provider will have to agree funding with the patient's relevant CCG in advance of travel. Transport will be required for eligible patients registered with a GP practice within the relevant Thames Valley footprint being treated in a healthcare facility outside of the boundary that require repatriation to a Thames Valley bedded care facility or their home address. These journeys will be funded by the appropriate member of the group. Transportation for this patient group will be on an ad hoc basis and is therefore unpredictable. Additional information: — Bidders will be assessed at Pre-Qualifying Questionnaire stage against their capability to provide the service elements described above; — The provider will ensure that all staff employed in the service with direct patient contact (including by telephone) have been subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check; — The provider will ensure all staff maintain professional registration (where required) and undertake regular training and evaluation as required; — The group members and their providers participate in a comprehensive system resilience and escalation framework to ensure the safe and effective delivery of health care services at times of increased demand or reduced capacity. The provider of Patient Transport services will participate in escalation and resilience measures across Thames Valley as necessary including regular attendance at relevant meetings or teleconferences; — The availability of transport will be sufficient to manage predictable and unpredictable surges in demand. The provider will profile demand and corresponding transport capacity for each day to take account of seasonal fluctuations and in particular the increased demand for NHS services during winter months, where the provider will be required to provide additional vehicles in comparison to other parts of the year; — For all services, the provider will produce data relating to service provision on a regular or ad hoc basis as required by any member of the group; — TUPE/COSOP is expected to apply to this service — further details will be provided at the ITT stage; — Tenders will be assessed using the Most Economically Advantageous Tender (MEAT) criteria, with overall weightings for Quality and Cost. Quality is expected to be weighted at 70 % and Cost 30 % though these have not yet been finalised. These elements are also likely to have weighted sub-criteria. Full details of the scoring system and weightings will be provided in the ITT documentation. Expressions of Interest. The procurement will be conducted via the www.nhssourcing.co.uk e-tendering website. If you are interested in tendering for this opportunity, please access the website and register your organisation. Once organisations have registered on the above website they will be given access to the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire and related documents. Please note that if you are intending to take part in this process as a consortium you must register on the e-tendering website as that consortium and only complete one PQQ. All applicants will be asked to complete and return the PQQ (via the website) by 17:00 on 27.3.2015, at the latest. Following assessment of the PQQs, short-listed applicants will be given access (via the website) to the full ITT documentation and invited to tender for the service. Should you require any assistance in accessing or registering on the e-tendering website please contact the Bravo eTendering Help-desk — Phone +44 8003684850 and/or email help@bravosolution.co.uk

Household Waste Recycling Centres Management.

Oxfordshire County Council | Published July 8, 2017
cpvs
90500000

This contract is for the management of 6 Household Waste Recycling Centres and materials management at Dix Pit including the management of associated services at any Oxfordshire Waste Recycling Centre throughout the life of the contract. The service provider will ensure: The effective provision of waste recycling services; Meeting the Council's recycling targets and Contributing to the wider diversion and recycling targets. The principal components of the services to be performed under this contract shall include, but are not limited to: routine site management, including provision of staff; handling and segregating of all wastes; responsibility for haulage of materials from site to end points; responsibility for marketing and/or disposal of material streams to acceptable end points; proactive proposal and/or development of further reuse/recycling activities on site; and provision of a commercial waste recycling and disposal service at sites as appropriate. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 32 000 000.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 90510000 90512000 90513000 90513100 90514000 90530000 03410000 03413000 03416000 03417000 09111400 90513300 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKJ14 II.2.4) Description of the procurement This contract is for the management of 6 Household Waste Recycling Centres and materials management at Dix Pit including the management of associated services at any Oxfordshire Waste Recycling Centre throughout the life of the contract. The service provider will ensure: The effective provision of waste recycling services; Meeting the Council's recycling targets and Contributing to the wider diversion and recycling targets. The principal components of the services to be performed under this contract shall include, but are not limited to: routine site management, including provision of staff; handling and segregating of all wastes; responsibility for haulage of materials from site to end points; responsibility for marketing and/or disposal of material streams to acceptable end points; proactive proposal and/or development of further reuse/recycling activities on site; and provision of a commercial waste recycling and disposal service at sites as appropriate. Priced Options that may be called off during the life of the contract include: Mixed Wood Waste; Bulky Waste; Asbestos Waste Management. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Mandatory criteria pass/fail / Weighting: Pass/fail Quality criterion: Method statements — Core services / Weighting: 32 Quality criterion: Method statements — Priced options / Weighting: 8 Cost criterion: Price — Core services / Weighting: 48 Cost criterion: Price — Priced options / Weighting: 12 Cost criterion: Financial stability pass/fail / Weighting: Pass/fail II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: The contract may be extended up to 3 years in aggregate. Priced Options that may be called off during the life of the contract include: Mixed Wood Waste; Bulky Waste; Asbestos Waste Management. 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.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2016/S 240-438414 Section V: Award of contract Contract No: CPU1712 Title: Household Waste Recycling Centres Management A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 19/06/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 3 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 2 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Geoffrey David Thompson trading as Weymouth & Sherborne Recycling Poole UK NUTS: UKK21 The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 32 000 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Oxfordshire County Council Oxford UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 06/07/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: kay.appleby@oxfordshire.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 03413000Fuel woodWood 90513100Household-refuse disposal servicesNon-hazardous refuse and waste treatment and disposal services 90513000Non-hazardous refuse and waste treatment and disposal servicesRefuse disposal and treatment 90530000Operation of a refuse siteRefuse and waste related services 90500000Refuse and waste related servicesSewage, refuse, cleaning and environmental services 90510000Refuse disposal and treatmentRefuse and waste related services 90513300Refuse incineration servicesNon-hazardous refuse and waste treatment and disposal services 90514000Refuse recycling servicesRefuse disposal and treatment 90512000Refuse transport servicesRefuse disposal and treatment 03417000Scrap woodWood 03410000WoodForestry and logging products 09111400Wood fuelsCoal and coal-based fuels 03416000Wood wasteWood Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

Community Echocardiogram Service for Oxfordshire

NHS SOUTH, CENTRAL AND WEST COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published September 15, 2017  -  Deadline October 20, 2017
cpvs
85150000

Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) is seeking tenders from interested parties for a community diagnostics service specifically providing echocardiograms and Cardiac Event Monitoring (CEM). This service is to be delivered across several locations so as to be easily accessible to the whole of Oxfordshire. The service will be directly accessible for all Oxfordshire GPs and will only be requested via e-referrals using OCCG Templates. The Proposal Objectives • To provide a local service for patients closer to home • To provide increased patient choice • To resolve patient outcomes more quickly • Compliance with NICE guidance and optimum management of patients • Reduction in referrals to the acute trust for diagnostic investigation and out-patient appointments • Reduction in duplication of treatment pathways • Integrated care pathways/holistic care Expected Outcomes • Improved patient access to diagnostic services across the localities • Reduction in waiting times • Increased patient choice for services • Reduction in duplication of treatment pathways • Integrated care pathways/holistic care • Provision of care closer to home • Rapid, responsive service to facilitate optimum medical management • Good communications with referring GPs and acute Trusts, patients and carers • Continuity of care and shared learning amongst the MDT. Scope of the service The service will provide GPs with direct access to the following: Echocardiogram and report Echocardiogram with management plan delivered by GP cardiologist Cardiac Event Monitoring Exclusions Patients under 18 years of age. Acutely unwell patients (to be admitted to hospital via usual channels, not via this service). Treatments and interventions listed by Oxfordshire CCG as low priority should not be implemented without the specific written agreement of the referring GP and after appropriate approval has been obtained from the CCG. The service should only provide services in line with local and national clinical guidelines or based on best practice recommendations, such as NICE guidance. Inappropriate referrals where the request isn't the right choice of diagnostic. Patients who are medically unfit to undergo the diagnostic. Onward referral for private or alternative treatment should not be made without the explicit written agreement of the GP. Location: The echocardiogram service is to be provided across Oxfordshire with bases within all of the locality areas (See attached for locality map); City North, North East, South East, South West and West The contract is expected to be for three years with the option to extend for two further years, and will commence on 1st February 2018. The contract value stands with a confirmed total financial envelope of £382,208 for the initial three year period, but with a potential envelope of £787,705 (over three years) in the event the current Integrated Cardiology Service pilot is successful. Bids must be received by 1pm 20/10/17.

Community Ultrasound and Echocardiography Service to Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

NHS SOUTH, CENTRAL AND WEST COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published June 14, 2017  -  Deadline July 24, 2017
cpvs
85150000

Community non-obstetric ultrasound and echocardiography service within Oxfordshire. OCCG is commissioning a service to deliver closer to patients' homes based around groups of GP practices, within every GP locality. The aim is to provide greater access to a range of diagnostic tests closer to home, within a community setting. The service will be directly accessible for all Oxfordshire GPs and will only be requested via e-referrals using OCCG Templates. Objectives • To provide a local service for patients closer to home • To provide increased patient choice • To resolve patient outcomes more quickly • Compliance with NICE guidance and optimum management of patients • Reduction in referrals to the acute trust for diagnostic investigation and out-patient appointments • Reduction in duplication of treatment pathways • Integrated care pathways/holistic care Expected Outcomes • Improved patient access to diagnostic services across the localities • Reduction in waiting times • Increased patient choice for services • Reduction in duplication of treatment pathways • Integrated care pathways/holistic care • Provision of care closer to home • Rapid, responsive service to facilitate optimum medical management • Good communications with referring GPs and acute Trusts, patients and carers • Continuity of care and shared learning amongst the MDT. The service should only provide services in line with local and national clinical guidelines or based on best practice recommendations, such as NICE guidance. Location: The echocardiogram and non-obstetric ultrasound services are to be provided across Oxfordshire with bases within all of the locality areas (See figure 1 for locality map); City North, North East, South East, South West and West The contract is expected to be for 3+2 years and commence in November 2017. The maximum contract value is £839,494 per annum with a total financial envelope of £2,518,482 for the first three years. The diagnostic service for non-obstetric ultrasound and Echocardiograms must be contracted with a single provider but can be delivered by a partnerships or through sub-contracting and any potential provider interested in delivering the services must be able to deliver it to the whole of Oxfordshire rather than a part of it. Bids must be received by 13:00 on the 24th July 2017.

Libraries Management System.

Oxfordshire County Council | Published October 20, 2017
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48000000

Provision of a replacement Libraries Management System (LMS) which: will underpin all aspects of the book lending and Audio/Visual (AV) hire service: from ordering, receipting and invoicing, through cataloguing and stock management, to all aspects of the lending operation, including financial transactions; will offer a public-facing mobile and web interface for customers to join the library, view the catalogue and reserve and renew items in their accounts; will need to interface with Bibliotheca's SmartServe kiosks and their Open+™ solution, the Solusapp and provide authentication for eBook and eAudio services; will need to provide data extracts for Collection HQ. The LMS must provide an interface to a booking system for Public Access PCs and a hosted central printing service. The system must have the capability to offer different levels of access for users, and interface with the Council's systems. The LMS is expected to be hosted by the successful supplier. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 203 000.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKJ14 Main site or place of performance: Oxfordshire. II.2.4) Description of the procurement Provision of a replacement Libraries Management System (LMS) which: will underpin all aspects of the book lending and Audio/Visual (AV) hire service: from ordering, receipting and invoicing, through cataloguing and stock management, to all aspects of the lending operation, including financial transactions; will offer a public-facing mobile and web interface for customers to join the library, view the catalogue and reserve and renew items in their accounts; will need to interface with Bibliotheca's SmartServe kiosks and their Open+™ solution, the Solusapp and provide authentication for eBook and eAudio services; will need to provide data extracts for Collection HQ. The LMS must provide an interface to a booking system for Public Access PCs and a hosted central printing service. The system must have the capability to offer different levels of access for users, and interface with the Council's systems. The LMS is expected to be hosted by the successful supplier. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Compliance with Specification / Weighting: 55 % Quality criterion: Approach to delivery and service / Weighting: 20 % Quality criterion: Commercial terms and conditions / Weighting: 10 Quality criterion: Implementation/Project Management / Weighting: 15 % Price / Weighting: 40 % II.2.11) Information about options Options: Yes Description of options: Option to extend for up to 3 years. 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.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2017/S 069-131316 Section V: Award of contract Contract No: CPU1825 Title: Libraries Management System A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 18/10/2017 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 6 Number of tenders received from SMEs: 4 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 6 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Axiell Limited 1607548 Witan Gate House, 500-600 Witan Gate West Milton Keynes MK9 1SH UK Telephone: +44 1159008000 E-mail: sales.admin@axiell.co.uk NUTS: UKJ13 Internet address(es) URL: www.axiell.co.uk The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 203 000.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Oxfordshire County Copuncil New Road Oxford OX1 1ND UK E-mail: simon.walkden@oxfordshire.gov.uk VI.4.3) Review procedure Precise information on deadline(s) for review procedures: Oxfordshire incorporated a standstill period at the point information on the award of the contract was communicated to tenderers. That notification provided full information on the award decision. The standstill period, which will be for a minimum of 10 calendar days, provides time for unsuccessful tenderers to challenge the award decision before the contract is entered into. The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015 No 102) provide for aggrieved parties who have been harmed or are at risk of harm by a breach of the rules to take action in the High Court (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) within 30 days of knowledge or constructive knowledge of breach. VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 18/10/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: martin.hall@oxfordshire.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 48000000Software package and information systemsComputer and Related Services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

VAT and Purchase Invoice Overpayment Services

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust | Published April 16, 2018  -  Deadline May 18, 2018
cpvs
66000000

The Authority requires a Supplier, or Suppliers, who can deliver VAT and Purchase Invoice Over-payment review services. Bidders may apply for one, or both of the following lots: Lot 1, VAT Review Services; Lot 2, Purchase Invoice Over-payment Services. For information, the Authority has an incumbent supplier of VAT services, performing monthly reviews as well as annual re-reviews including AP and AR errors, capital project reviews and performing business activities and partial exemption calculations. During the last financial year, their activities resulted in the recovery of: accounts payable and receivable errors (gross) worth £273,920; capital project reviews worth £164,628; partial exemption and business activities (gross) worth £73,239 and a one-off historic "Flemming Claim" worth £119,443. Historically, the Authority has not had a regular supplier of purchase invoice over-payment services. However, as a one-off exercise during August 2017, a supplier undertook a review of historic over-payments going back over the previous 6 years and identified approximately £85,000 in over-payments.

Provision of Resilience Support to the Revenues and Benefits Service of Oxford City Council

Oxford City Council | Published March 12, 2018  -  Deadline April 20, 2018
cpvs
48000000

Oxford City Council (\"the Council\") is re-tendering its contract for off-site Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction and off-site Council Tax processing. The current contract is used on a permanent basis to provide resilience to the Revenues and Benefits Service, mostly at times of peak demand. Any volumes of work detailed in the ITT are based on historic figures and the Council cannot guarantee any level of business. The Council anticipate 18,000 Council Tax changes annually (mostly discounts/exemptions and change of address) with most resilience needed Sept to Dec. For Benefits there could be up to 6,000 change of circumstances (majority) and new claims needed through the year, peak times are Aug to Dec, plus the first two months of the financial year. Full scope can be viewed on the South East Business Portal. The contract shall be for an initial period of 3 years with an option to extend for a further 1 year. The Council reserves the right to cancel the procurement at any time.

Solar panels

Oxfordshire County Council | Published November 10, 2017
cpvs
09331000

Potential use of photovoltaic units at a Park and Ride car park.

Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) is undertaking the design development of a new Park and Ride site at Eynsham in West Oxfordshire and invites suitable third parties to design and develop integrated PV facilities at the same site. The design currently caters for 1 000 car parking spaces and the main requirements are as follows:

— Interest in developing a PV car park model by commercial companies at the new Eynsham P&R site (Latitude: 51.788487 Longitude: -1.391655);

— OCC to install foundations and ducting at its own cost as part of the civils work for the P&R site, subject to specifications provided by the industry and geo-technical investigations;

— Advice on design and building regulations approval for any (presumed to be external) PV facilities;

— Advice on flexibility to alter future connectivity to the local network should future development alter the local electricity demand;

— Very outline costings (at this stage) on infrastructure capital costs and potential capacity at 100 % / 50 % / 20 % / 10 % (i.e. 1 000 spaces, 500 spaces, 200 spaces and 100 spaces) coverage of the car park, plus whether energy storage is required at each level of coverage. We would be obliged if you could send us some examples of similar work and pictures;

— Advice on integration of the PV facilities with the EV-charging equipment of the P&R site, currently proposed to be available to 100 spaces (or 10 %) of the P&R site.

— Advice on potential uptake of EV and thus determining how much reinforcing / back-up capacity / network alteration is required from the main grid;

— Advice on operating models and income generation;

— Advice on financial support from either UK Central Government or EU;

— Advice on planning impact of PV facilities installed at scale (may require interfacing with OCC's Transport Development Control);

— Advice on likely maintenance costs of the PV facilities.

The car park is on Google map hyper-link;

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QlYqpC6Mvydx6IHdttmfwlCe8dB4L6Xy&usp=sharing

Police & Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley - Specialist Services for Victims - Victim-Led Restorative Justice Service

Thames Valley Police | Published November 19, 2014  -  Deadline January 9, 2015
cpvs
85300000

To access tender documentation please visit the Supplier Opportunities page on the Blue Light ProContract portal.

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Thames Valley intends to issue an invitation to tender (ITTs) for the supply of the following service for victims of crime:-

 

A Victim-Initiated and Pre-Sentence Restorative Justice (RJ)Service (Victim-led RJ Service)

 

The Contract will last for a period of three years with an option to extend for a further 2 years.  The option to extend will be at the sole discretion of the PCC for Thames Valley. Each Contract will be awarded to a single supplier or consortium.

 

The expectation is to provide and promote high quality specialist support service, tailored to individual needs that achieve improvements in every victim’s ability to cope and recover from the impact of crime. The service will be free, confidential, accessible and available to victims regardless of where the crime took place or whether or not the offence was reported to the police. Further details of the scope of each contract are provided below:-

 

Victim-Led RJ Service

This contract shall meet the six National Restorative Justice Standards, provide leadership in promoting high and consistent standards of RJ across Thames Valley, and improve knowledge of, and access to, restorative justice initiated by victims of crime (including pre-sentence RJ).  The service shall not stand-alone but shall link to, and support access into, other support services for victims in the wider community.    

Please also forward via the Blue Light ProContract portal the last two years of your audited accounts.  This can be uploaded/sent before the tender deadline.  The audited accounts will not form part of the evaluation.  This will allow the OPCC to gauge the financial situation of the tenderer, which can be backed up by the information given in the Tender Submission document Part 3 Funding Streams.

 

Libraries Management System (LMS) project CPU 1825

Oxfordshire County Council | Published October 19, 2017  -  Deadline September 1, 2017
Winner
Axiell Ltd
cpvs
48000000

Provision of a replacement Libraries Management System (LMS) which: will underpin all aspects of the book lending and Audio/Visual (AV) hire service: from ordering, receipting and invoicing, through cataloguing and stock management, to all aspects of the lending operation, including financial transactions; will offer a public-facing mobile and web interface for customers to join the library, view the catalogue and reserve and renew items in their accounts; will need to interface with Bibliotheca's SmartServe kiosks and their Open+™ solution, the Solusapp and provide authentication for eBook and eAudio services; will need to provide data extracts for Collection HQ. The LMS must provide an interface to a booking system for Public Access PCs and a hosted central printing service. The system must have the capability to offer different levels of access for users, and interface with the Council's systems. The LMS is expected to be hosted by the successful supplier

Contract for the Annual service and maintenance of the door entry systems

Oxford City Council | Published May 16, 2018  -  Deadline June 25, 2018
cpvs
70000000

This Contract is for the annual service and maintenance of the door entry systems under the remit of Oxford City Council. The Supplier will be expected to take calls from our call service centre and respond appropriately to request for fault rectification, within the call out frames set within this contract. Tenderers responding to this opportunity should carefully consider how their response can align with the Council's corporate priorities: • Vibrant, sustainable economy • Meeting housing needs • Strong, active communities • Cleaner, greener Oxford • Efficient, effective Council As a minimum, we expect Tenderers to respond with market leading pricing structures which reflect the scope of the commercial opportunities we offer. Additionally, where there is an opportunity for a sustainable solution, Tenderers are strongly encouraged to offer such solutions, where permitted within the scope of the specification. The principal aim of the tender process is to appoint a single Tenderer to the Council who will deliver both financial and efficiency benefits.

Pre-Qualification-Questionnaire - Provision of Car Park Management Services at Cherwell District Council’s Off-Street Car Parks in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington with a specialist operator to deliver the Council’s Car Parking Service.

Cherwell District & South Northamptonshire Council | Published September 12, 2016  -  Deadline October 11, 2016
cpvs
98351000

Pre-Qualification-Questionnaire (Services) Services Concession/Managed Service Outline Solutions and to Participate in Dialogue Provision of Car Park Management Services at Cherwell District Council’s Off-Street Car Parks in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington with a specialist operator to deliver the Council’s Car Parking Service. In relation to Car Park Management Services for Cherwell District Councils Off- Street Cark Parks in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington with a specialist operator to deliver the Council Car Park Services Under the Competitive Dialogue Procedure Procurement Regulations 2015 The Council’s 22 owned and operated cark parks play a valuable role in the vitality of the Districts urban centres and contribute significantly to the Councils asset base They will feature significantly in the master planning for the urban centres in supporting the economic Vitality of the towns as they are more than just a service function, since they provide support to business, retail, leisure pursuits, tourism etc The operation of the Council’s car parks has always been an in house service and has generated substantial revenue which given today’s financial climate, it is a revenue stream which is critical to the Council’s financial sustainability. It consists of a wardening service for pay and display operation supported by a back office staff function to administer season tickets and excess charge notices. Given the strategic move to a more commercial approach to its services and assets a review by Town Centre Parking Ltd were commissioned to assist in undertaking a two stage approach to the review of car parks The Outline Summary of Requirements A services concession contract which incentives the operator to maximise revenue over the maximum concession period under the Concessions Contracts Regulations 2016. With a five year or such longer period as the contractor would reasonably need to recoup any investment made by it to deliver the services together with any return on its investment. Explore the opportunity to maximise revenue to the Council and provide value for money. The Council may from the process use its own capital resources to fund the required capital investment. The Dialogue phase with each of the qualified bidders will involve a series of meetings to discuss particular aspects of the Invitation to Tender documentation in the meetings to address; -commercial and financial issues -commercial and legal issues -technical issues

TEST-Pre-Qualification-Questionnaire - Provision of Car Park Management Services at Cherwell District Council’s Off-Street Car Parks in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington with a specialist operator to deliver the Council’s Car Parking Service.

Cherwell District & South Northamptonshire Council | Published September 12, 2016  -  Deadline October 11, 2016
cpvs
98351000

Pre-Qualification-Questionnaire (Services) Services Concession/Managed Service Outline Solutions and to Participate in Dialogue Provision of Car Park Management Services at Cherwell District Council’s Off-Street Car Parks in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington with a specialist operator to deliver the Council’s Car Parking Service. In relation to Car Park Management Services for Cherwell District Councils Off- Street Cark Parks in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington with a specialist operator to deliver the Council Car Park Services Under the Competitive Dialogue Procedure Procurement Regulations 2015 The Council’s 22 owned and operated cark parks play a valuable role in the vitality of the Districts urban centres and contribute significantly to the Councils asset base They will feature significantly in the master planning for the urban centres in supporting the economic Vitality of the towns as they are more than just a service function, since they provide support to business, retail, leisure pursuits, tourism etc The operation of the Council’s car parks has always been an in house service and has generated substantial revenue which given today’s financial climate, it is a revenue stream which is critical to the Council’s financial sustainability. It consists of a wardening service for pay and display operation supported by a back office staff function to administer season tickets and excess charge notices. Given the strategic move to a more commercial approach to its services and assets a review by Town Centre Parking Ltd were commissioned to assist in undertaking a two stage approach to the review of car parks The Outline Summary of Requirements A services concession contract which incentives the operator to maximise revenue over the maximum concession period under the Concessions Contracts Regulations 2016. With a five year or such longer period as the contractor would reasonably need to recoup any investment made by it to deliver the services together with any return on its investment. Explore the opportunity to maximise revenue to the Council and provide value for money. The Council may from the process use its own capital resources to fund the required capital investment. The Dialogue phase with each of the qualified bidders will involve a series of meetings to discuss particular aspects of the Invitation to Tender documentation in the meetings to address; -commercial and financial issues -commercial and legal issues -technical issues

Medical Record Case Note Folders.

Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’ | Published June 21, 2017
cpvs
22000000

Provision of medical record case note folders and associated services. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 22852000 22853000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UK Main site or place of performance: Manchester. II.2.4) Description of the procurement Provision of medical record case note folders and associated services. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 36 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: 2 optional 1 year extensions. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No 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.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: Contained within Procurement documents. III.1.2) Economic and financial standing List and brief description of selection criteria: Contained within procurement documentation. III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 17/07/2017 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 17/07/2017 Local time: 12:00 Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Manchester M13 9WL UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 16/06/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: catherine.grant5@nhs.net Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 22853000File holdersBinders and related accessories 22852000FoldersBinders and related accessories 22000000Printed matter and related productsMaterials and Products Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

Provision of Hostel Accommodation and Support for People experiencing Homelessness in Oxford

Oxfordshire County Council | Published May 23, 2019  -  Deadline June 6, 2019
cpvs
321021, 321060

This Market Testing relates to provision of a 56-bed hostel accommodation in Oxford City and the delivery of support to people experiencing homelessness in Oxfordshire. The anticipated start date for delivery of the service is 1st February 2020 with a contract of 2 years and 2 months. The maximum financial envelope for this service is £369,000 per annum with this sum including set-up costs. Interested providers must have a proven track record of delivering hostel-based accommodation and of working successfully with a registered provider of social housing to deliver this type of service.

Provision of Hostel Accommodation and Support for People experiencing Homelessness in Oxford

Oxfordshire County Council | Published May 23, 2019  -  Deadline August 1, 2019
cpvs
85311000

Oxfordshire County Council invites Service Providers to Express an Interest for the above Service. This Market Testing relates to provision of a 56-bed hostel accommodation in Oxford City and the delivery of support to people experiencing homelessness in Oxfordshire. The anticipated start date for delivery of the service is 1st February 2020 with a contract of 2 years and 2 months. The maximum financial envelope for this service is £369,000 per annum with this sum including set-up costs. Interested providers must have a proven track record of delivering hostel-based accommodation and of working successfully with a registered provider of social housing to deliver this type of service.

Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016
cpvs
79000000, 79210000, 79400000

Provision of charitable funds administration services.

— Preparation of Annual Accounts by the deadline required by the Charity Commission or other regulator, including the provision of information required for the consolidation into the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust accounts in line with the Trust's reporting requirements.

— Completion of the Charity's Annual Return by the deadline required by the Charity Commission, including filing of the Annual Report and Accounts.

— Provision of relevant financial information for the Annual Report.

— Preparation of monthly accounts on a time-scale which permits up to date reporting to the Charity Committee.

— Providing monthly statements to fund advisors and other ‘ad hoc’ readily-accessible information when required.

— Weekly payments processing.

— Income invoices to be raised and credit controlled as appropriate.

— Processing receipts and recording of all income due.

— Maximising tax benefits (e.g. gift aid) and maintenance of associated records.

— Responding to HM Revenue and Customs enquiries and, on the Trustee's behalf, liaison with Revenue and Customs officers as needed.

— Liaison with internal and external auditors of the Charity.

— Liaison with the Charity Commission for advice, as appropriate.

— Operating effective internal financial controls. These should be periodically reviewed by the tenderer's internal auditor, and the resulting reports shared with the Charity Committee.

— Attendance at the quarterly meetings of the Charity Committee.

— Preparing papers and reports to the Trustee's Charity Committee consistent with the services identified. See appendix 1 for further information on papers and reports.

— Working with the Charity in the review of funds, to ensure they are being used effectively in accordance with the Charity Commission guidelines.

— Coordination and distribution of investment information to the Charity Committee, as provided by the Investment Managers.

— An administration service for legacies received by the Charity.

— General administration of the Charity.

— Drafting income guidelines and expenditure rules.

— General, legal, charity and fundraising advice as appropriate.

— Supporting Oxford Health's Charity Committee Secretary in preparing the agendas for Charity Committee meetings. Where appropriate, meeting with the Chair of the Charity Committee to discuss/agree the agendas.

— Preparing papers and reports to the Trustee's Charity Committee consistent with the services identified. See appendix 1 for further information on papers and reports.

— Preparing papers and reports on investment policy, as included in appendix 1. Ad hoc support related to changes in the investment management arrangements.

— Drafting of the Annual Report of the Charity within the deadline required by the Auditors.

— Liaison with internal and external auditors of the Charity.

— Liaison with the Charity Commission for advice, as appropriate.

— Attendance at the quarterly meetings of the Charity Committee.

Libraries Management System CPU1825

Oxfordshire County Council | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 26, 2017
cpvs
48000000

The Council seeks a replacement Libraries Management System (LMS) which incorporates the following attributes:

— The new LMS will underpin all aspects of the book lending and Audio/Visual (AV) hire service: from ordering, receipting and invoicing, through cataloguing and stock management, to all aspects of the lending operation, including financial transactions.

— The LMS will offer a public-facing mobile and web interface for customers to join the library, view the catalogue and reserve and renew items in their accounts.

— The LMS will need to interface with Bibliotheca's SmartServe kiosks and their Open+™ solution, the Solus app and provide authentication for eBook and eAudio services. It will also need to provide data extracts for Collection HQ.

— The LMS must provide an interface to a booking system for Public Access PCs and a hosted central printing service.

— The system must have the capability to offer different levels of access for users, and interface with the Council's systems.

— The LMS is expected to be hosted by the successful supplier.

Pay by phone/web/app parking service

Oxford City Council | Published June 7, 2017  -  Deadline August 1, 2017
cpvs
63712400

The Council is looking for suitably experienced Tenderer to set-up, implement and provide a pay by phone / app /web service for parking. These integrated systems will provide access to real time data in GMT, provide financial and management reports and accept all forms of cashless payment for parking.Documents available from https://www.businessportal.southeastiep.gov.uk/

Libraries Management System CPU1825.

Oxfordshire County Council | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 26, 2017
cpvs
48000000

The Council seeks a replacement Libraries Management System (LMS) which incorporates the following attributes: — The new LMS will underpin all aspects of the book lending and Audio/Visual (AV) hire service: from ordering, receipting and invoicing, through cataloguing and stock management, to all aspects of the lending operation, including financial transactions. — The LMS will offer a public-facing mobile and web interface for customers to join the library, view the catalogue and reserve and renew items in their accounts. — The LMS will need to interface with Bibliotheca's SmartServe kiosks and their Open+™ solution, the Solus app and provide authentication for eBook and eAudio services. It will also need to provide data extracts for Collection HQ. — The LMS must provide an interface to a booking system for Public Access PCs and a hosted central printing service. — The system must have the capability to offer different levels of access for users, and interface with the Council's systems. — The LMS is expected to be hosted by the successful supplier.