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Provision of a Local Care Organisation for the City of Manchester

NHS Shared Business Services | Published March 10, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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85000000

This opportunity is for a contract holder for a 'Local Care Organisation' (LCO) for a range of out of hospital health and care services for Manchester. The LCO is envisaged to operate through a 'neighbourhood model', with emphasis upon: local population health & prevention of ill health; connecting to community assets & building upon people's strengths and self-management skills; and targeted care support people's needs particularly as needs change and become more complex. The LCO will therefore have a critical coordination and cooperation role with system partners in order to contribute to substantial system financial pressures. To do this they will need to deliver sustainable, high quality, safe and affordable prevention, primary, community, secondary health & social care services, through a blend of direct and sub-contracted provision. Commissioners seek responses from interested Providers who wish to deliver the Services as set out in the Prospectus. Over time, some services currently provided in the acute sector may be transferred to the LCO; commissioning intentions may result in the transfer of some low acuity, non-surgical (or non-complex surgical) services, into the LCO from year three (2020/21) at the earliest, and possibly thereafter over the contract term. Commissioners seek responses from interested Providers who wish to deliver the Services as set out in the Prospectus: i.e. a LCO for the population of Manchester with the aim of bringing together a range of health, social care and public health services to be delivered in the community. Interested Providers must complete and submit a Qualification Questionnaire (QQ). Providers are asked to indicate their proposed bidding model in response to their QQ. Full details of this can be found in the Bidder Instruction Document. Further details can be found at https://nhssbs.eu-supply.com/ The estimated total contract value for the ten year contract term is £5,900,000,000. The contract will be awarded without further advertisement of this opportunity and there will be no further opportunity to express interest. A Bidder Information Event will take place on Thursday 30th March 9.30-10.30am. All interested parties should register on EU Supply and email Laura Davies through the messaging facility to confirm attendees and register to attend. A maximum of 2 representatives per organisation. The Event will take place at The Irish Centre, 1 Irish Town Way, Cheetham Hill, Manchester, M8 0RY https://www.iwhc.com/contact Any questions that you wish to raise at this event should be submitted in advance via the EU Supply messaging facility. The deadline for submission of questions is Friday 24th March 12 noon.

Market research services

HM Revenue and Customs | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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79310000, 72300000, 73100000, 79311400, 79980000

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) supported by the Valuation Office Agency and The Adjudicator's Office are tendering to acquire supplier(s) for the provision of a Market Industry Reporting Tool(s) to assist the Client in obtaining industry research intelligence and expert analysis in respect of trade sectors and consumer behaviours and forecasts. The requirement will be divided into 2 Lots — Lot 1, Trade sector expert analysis reporting tool; Lot 2, Understanding on the consumer landscape reporting tool.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) supported by the Valuation Office Agency and The Adjudicator's Office are tendering to acquire supplier(s) for the provision of a Trade sector expert analysis reporting tool. HMRC requires UK (and overseas where available) information, data, industry reporting on trade sectors with expert analysis functionality. The required reporting tool must have the ability to:

(a) create HMRC specific sectors and run pre-defined and ad-hoc reports;

(b) cover a broad range of UK industries (Overseas if available), making use of government industry classification (SIC codes — at 5 digit ‘class’ level);

(c) have a query tool enabling HMRC to search across the entire UK economy (Overseas if available) at the granular industry level; statistics, cost structure, levels, trends, risks, supply chain, external drivers, regional concentration;

(d) cover the subject — commodity; financial market; content types; corporate or industry type; economic; trends and analysis; international; political; sport and recreation.

In addition to the above, the reporting tool must be able to provide risk analysis functionality to help understand risks such as forward-looking picture, impact assessment of critical factors on growth, competition and innovation in the market.

HMRC will require a search tool that will allow users to combine various search criteria and select specified outputs as well as having the ability to run bespoke reports against UK economy.

HMRC will require the Data to be up-to-date from official, recognised sources and be published in consistent report formats, to enable comparison between reports.

Management Information will be required to provide reports on all activities throughout the life of the contract.

Contractors will ideally be using latest web standards based on HTML5 and associated technologies.

The reporting tool will be used by approximately 1 000 users, of which 250 are likely to be concurrent.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) supported by the Valuation Office Agency and The Adjudicator's Office are tendering to acquire supplier(s) for the provision of an Understanding on the consumer landscape reporting tool. HMRC requires UK consumer (Including business to end consumer and business to business (known as B2B)) reporting tool, to provide analysis and performance forecasts. The reporting functionality required needs to provide an understanding of consumer attitudes and behaviours of the trade sector customers. The reports also need to include how they operate and/or the market they are in, helping to identify potential risks.

In addition to the above, the reporting tool must be able to provide a reporting tool functionality to provide strategic assessments of emerging trends to identify future risk areas to help understand a number of aspects, from revenue forecasts to threats and opportunities presented by consumers (end or B2B) to industry over coming period.

HMRC will require a search tool that will allow users to combine various search criteria and select specified outputs as well as having the ability to run bespoke reports against UK economy.

HMRC will require the Data to be up-to-date from official, recognised sources and be published in consistent report formats, to enable comparison between reports.

Management Information will be required to provide reports on all activities throughout the life of the contract.

Contractors will ideally be using latest web standards based on HTML5 and associated technologies.

The reporting tool will be used by approximately 1 000 users, of which 250 are likely to be concurrent.

UK-Salford: Market research services

HM REVENUE & CUSTOMS | Published March 27, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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72000000

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) supported by the Valuation Office Agency and The Adjudicator's Office are tendering to acquire supplier(s) for the provision of a Market Industry Reporting Tool(s) to assist the Client in obtaining industry research intelligence and expert analysis in respect of trade sectors and consumer behaviours and forecasts. The requirement will be divided into two Lots - Lot 1, Trade sector expert analysis reporting tool HMRC requires UK (and overseas where available) information, data, industry reporting on trade sectors with expert analysis functionality. The required reporting tool must have the ability to: (a) create HMRC specific sectors and run pre-defined and ad-hoc reports; (b) cover a broad range of UK industries (Overseas if available), making use of government industry classification (SIC codes - at 5 digit 'class' level); (c) have a query tool enabling HMRC to search across the entire UK economy (Overseas if available) at the granular industry level; statistics, cost structure, levels, trends, risks, supply chain, external drivers, regional concentration (d) cover the subject - commodity; financial market; content types; corporate or industry type; economic; trends and analysis; international; political; sport and recreation. In addition to the above, the reporting tool must be able to provide risk analysis functionality to help understand risks such as forward-looking picture, impact assessment of critical factors on growth, competition and innovation in the market; Lot 2, Understanding on the consumer landscape reporting tool. HMRC requires UK consumer (Including business to end consumer and business to business (known as B2B)) reporting tool, to provide analysis and performance forecasts. The reporting functionality required needs to provide an understanding of consumer attitudes and behaviours of the trade sector customers. The reports also need to include how they operate and/or the market they are in, helping to identify potential risks. In addition to the above, the reporting tool must be able to provide a reporting tool functionality to provide strategic assessments of emerging trends to identify future risk areas to help understand a number of aspects, from revenue forecasts to threats and opportunities presented by consumers (end or B2B) to industry. HMRC will require a search tool that will allow users to combine various search criteria and select specified outputs as well as having the ability to run bespoke reports against UK economy. HMRC will require the Data to be up-to-date from official, recognised sources and be published in consistent report formats, to enable comparison between reports. Management Information will be required to provide reports on all activities throughout the life of the contract. Contractors will ideally be using latest web standards based on HTML5 and associated technologies.The reporting tool will be used by approximately 1000 users, of which 250 are likely to be concurrent.
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