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Prison Healthcare Framework T.LPT.032.

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published March 1, 2017
Winner
LASS & LASS Social Enterprise
cpvs
85141000

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust LPT) provides prison healthcare services to a number of prisons in the East Midlands. We aim to provide the best possible care to patients through an integrated healthcare service comparable to that provided in the wider community. This is delivered by a multidisciplinary team of practitioners comprising: — GP/ primary care practitioners, — Physical and mental health qualified nurses, — Health care support workers, — Pharmacy technicians, — Substance misuse workers (clinical and psychosocial), — Specialist practitioners providing sexual health, optometry and therapy services, — Healthcare administrators/ reception staff. We provide a wide range of mental and physical healthcare services together with substance misuse services. Our specialist prison pharmacy service provides medicines management services, working with the team to ensure the effective prescribing, dispensing and review of medicines. Registered nurses provide reception screening to every prisoner on arrival undertaking a full health needs assessment, with onward referral to the appropriate practitioner where necessary. Prisoners can self-refer during their stay. LPT is bidding to provide healthcare services at HMP Gartree. If successful LPT will provide healthcare services in 6 Lots: 1 Dental Services, 2 Primary Care and GP Services, 3 Optometry, 4 Physiotherapy, 5 Sexual Health GUM, 6 Sexual Health Support. LPT is therefore looking to put in place a framework of suppliers to provide the above services. NHS England will announce the Preferred Supplier for HMP Gartree in December 2016. Therefore, if successful, it is likely that LPT will run a call-off mini-competition in January 2017 from suppliers appointed to the framework. LPT will also be bidding to supply healthcare services at HMP Leicester and HMP & YOI Glen Parva and therefore, if successful for these tenders, will run further mini-competitions anticipated to be either later in 2017 or early 2018. This procurement is being run as an Open competition under the OJEU Light Touch regime. Suppliers who are interested in applying to be a framework supplier for one or more Lots must register on and submit a tender through the In-Tend electronic tendering system: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/leicspart/aspx/Home

Prison Healthcare Framework T.LPT.032

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published March 1, 2017
Winner
LASS & LASS Social Enterprise
cpvs
85100000, 85141220, 85142100, 85131000, 85140000, 85160000, 85141200, 85121100, 85121000, 85141000

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust LPT) provides prison healthcare services to a number of prisons in the East Midlands. We aim to provide the best possible care to patients through an integrated healthcare service comparable to that provided in the wider community. This is delivered by a multidisciplinary team of practitioners comprising:

— GP/ primary care practitioners,

— Physical and mental health qualified nurses,

— Health care support workers,

— Pharmacy technicians,

— Substance misuse workers (clinical and psychosocial),

— Specialist practitioners providing sexual health, optometry and therapy services,

Healthcare administrators/ reception staff.

We provide a wide range of mental and physical healthcare services together with substance misuse services. Our specialist prison pharmacy service provides medicines management services, working with the team to ensure the effective prescribing, dispensing and review of medicines.

Registered nurses provide reception screening to every prisoner on arrival undertaking a full health needs assessment, with onward referral to the appropriate practitioner where necessary. Prisoners can self-refer during their stay.

LPT is bidding to provide healthcare services at HMP Gartree. If successful LPT will provide healthcare services in 6 Lots:

1 Dental Services,

2 Primary Care and GP Services,

3 Optometry,

4 Physiotherapy,

5 Sexual Health GUM,

6 Sexual Health Support.

LPT is therefore looking to put in place a framework of suppliers to provide the above services. NHS England will announce the Preferred Supplier for HMP Gartree in December 2016. Therefore, if successful, it is likely that LPT will run a call-off mini-competition in January 2017 from suppliers appointed to the framework. LPT will also be bidding to supply healthcare services at HMP Leicester and HMP & YOI Glen Parva and therefore, if successful for these tenders, will run further mini-competitions anticipated to be either later in 2017 or early 2018.

This procurement is being run as an Open competition under the OJEU Light Touch regime.

Suppliers who are interested in applying to be a framework supplier for one or more Lots must register on and submit a tender through the In-Tend electronic tendering system:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/leicspart/aspx/Home

Prison Healthcare Framework T.LPT.032

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published October 26, 2016  -  Deadline November 11, 2016
cpvs
85100000, 85141220, 85142100, 85131000, 85140000, 85160000, 85141200, 85121100, 85121000, 85141000, 85130000, 85121280

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust LPT) provides prison healthcare services to a number of prisons in the East Midlands. We aim to provide the best possible care to patients through an integrated healthcare service comparable to that provided in the wider community. This is delivered by a multidisciplinary team of practitioners comprising:

— GP/ primary care practitioners

— Physical and mental health qualified nurses

— Health care support workers

— Pharmacy technicians

— Substance misuse workers (clinical and psychosocial)

— Specialist practitioners providing sexual health, optometry and therapy services

Healthcare administrators/ reception staff

We provide a wide range of mental and physical healthcare services together with substance misuse services. Our specialist prison pharmacy service provides medicines management services, working with the team to ensure the effective prescribing, dispensing and review of medicines.

Registered nurses provide reception screening to every prisoner on arrival undertaking a full health needs assessment, with onward referral to the appropriate practitioner where necessary. Prisoners can self-refer during their stay.

LPT is bidding to provide healthcare services at HMP Gartree. If successful LPT will provide healthcare services in six Lots:-

1 Dental Services

2 Primary Care & GP Services

3 Optometry

4 Physiotherapy

5 Sexual Health GUM

6 Sexual Health Support

LPT is therefore looking to put in place a framework of suppliers to provide the above services. NHS England will announce the Preferred Supplier for HMP Gartree in December 2016. Therefore, if successful, it is likely that LPT will run a call-off mini-competition in January 2017 from suppliers appointed to the framework. LPT will also be bidding to supply healthcare services at HMP Leicester and HMP & YOI Glen Parva and therefore, if successful for these tenders, will run further mini-competitions anticipated to be either later in 2017 or early 2018.

This procurement is being run as an Open competition under the OJEU Light Touch regime.

Suppliers who are interested in applying to be a framework supplier for one or more Lots must register on and submit a tender through the In-Tend electronic tendering system:-

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/leicspart/aspx/Home

Prison Healthcare Framework T.LPT.032

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published October 26, 2016  -  Deadline November 10, 2016
cpvs
85100000, 85141220, 85142100, 85131000, 85140000, 85160000, 85141200, 85121100, 85121000, 85141000, 85130000, 85121000, 85121100, 85121280, 85142100, 85100000, 85140000, 85141220, 85141200

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust LPT) provides prison healthcare services to a number of prisons in the East Midlands. We aim to provide the best possible care to patients through an integrated healthcare service comparable to that provided in the wider community. This is delivered by a multidisciplinary team of practitioners comprising:

— GP/ primary care practitioners

— Physical and mental health qualified nurses

— Health care support workers

— Pharmacy technicians

— Substance misuse workers (clinical and psychosocial)

— Specialist practitioners providing sexual health, optometry and therapy services

Healthcare administrators/ reception staff

We provide a wide range of mental and physical healthcare services together with substance misuse services. Our specialist prison pharmacy service provides medicines management services, working with the team to ensure the effective prescribing, dispensing and review of medicines.

Registered nurses provide reception screening to every prisoner on arrival undertaking a full health needs assessment, with onward referral to the appropriate practitioner where necessary. Prisoners can self-refer during their stay.

LPT is bidding to provide healthcare services at HMP Gartree. If successful LPT will provide healthcare services in six Lots:-

1 Dental Services

2 Primary Care & GP Services

3 Optometry

4 Physiotherapy

5 Sexual Health GUM

6 Sexual Health Support

LPT is therefore looking to put in place a framework of suppliers to provide the above services. NHS England will announce the Preferred Supplier for HMP Gartree in December 2016. Therefore, if successful, it is likely that LPT will run a call-off mini-competition in January 2017 from suppliers appointed to the framework. LPT will also be bidding to supply healthcare services at HMP Leicester and HMP & YOI Glen Parva and therefore, if successful for these tenders, will run further mini-competitions anticipated to be either later in 2017 or early 2018.

This procurement is being run as an Open competition under the OJEU Light Touch regime.

Suppliers who are interested in applying to be a framework supplier for one or more Lots must register on and submit a tender through the In-Tend electronic tendering system:-

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/leicspart/aspx/Home

Integrated Healthcare at: Lot 1 HMP Sudbury and Lot 2 HMP Foston Hall — commissioned by NHS Commissi

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published April 23, 2016
Winner
Care UK Clinical Services Limited
cpvs
85100000

Integrated healthcare at 2 Derbyshire prisons, as named above.

Integrated Healthcare at: Lot 1 HMP Sudbury and Lot 2 HMP Foston Hall — commissioned by NHS Commissioning Board T/A NHS England

NHS Arden and GEM CSU | Published April 23, 2016
Winner
Care UK Clinical Services Limited
cpvs
85100000

Integrated healthcare at 2 Derbyshire prisons, as named above.

Prison Healthcare Framework T.LPT.032 - AWARD

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published February 27, 2017  -  Deadline November 11, 2016
Winner
Bushloe Surgery
cpvs
85100000

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust LPT) provides prison healthcare services to a number of prisons in the East Midlands. We aim to provide the best possible care to patients through an integrated healthcare service comparable to that provided in the wider community. This is delivered by a multidisciplinary team of practitioners comprising: - GP/ primary care practitioners - Physical and mental health qualified nurses - Health care support workers - Pharmacy technicians - Substance misuse workers (clinical and psychosocial) - Specialist practitioners providing sexual health, optometry and therapy services - Healthcare administrators/ reception staff We provide a wide range of mental and physical healthcare services together with substance misuse services. Our specialist prison pharmacy service provides medicines management services, working with the team to ensure the effective prescribing, dispensing and review of medicines. Registered nurses provide reception screening to every prisoner on arrival undertaking a full health needs assessment, with onward referral to the appropriate practitioner where necessary. Prisoners can self-refer during their stay. LPT is bidding to provide healthcare services at HMP Gartree. If successful LPT will provide healthcare services in six Lots:- 1 Dental Services 2 Primary Care & GP Services 3 Optometry 4 Physiotherapy 5 Sexual Health GUM 6 Sexual Health Support LPT is therefore looking to put in place a framework of suppliers to provide the above services. NHS England will announce the Preferred Supplier for HMP Gartree in December 2016. Therefore, if successful, it is likely that LPT will run a call-off mini-competition in January 2017 from suppliers appointed to the framework. LPT will also be bidding to supply healthcare services at HMP Leicester and HMP & YOI Glen Parva and therefore, if successful for these tenders, will run further mini-competitions anticipated to be either later in 2017 or early 2018. This procurement is being run as an Open competition under the OJEU Light Touch regime. Suppliers who are interested in applying to be a framework supplier for one or more Lots must register on and submit a tender through the In-Tend electronic tendering system:- https://in-tendhost.co.uk/leicspart/aspx/Home

Custody and Sexual Offence Medical Examination.

Leicestershire Police | Published January 13, 2015
Winner
G4S Forensic and Medical Services
cpvs
85121200, 85141200

The provision of Forensic medical and healthcare services to Leicestershire Police on a 24 hour / 7 day per week / 365 days.

Medical specialist services

Leicestershire Police | Published January 13, 2015
Winner
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cpvs
85121200, 85141200

The provision of Forensic medical and healthcare services to Leicestershire Police on a 24 hour / 7 day per week / 365 days.

Assessment and Review of Eligibility for NHS Continuing Healthcare and Funded Nursing Care for Adults and Continuing Care for Children and Young People across Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland (LLR)

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published June 30, 2017  -  Deadline November 4, 2016
Winner
Midlands and Lancashire CSU
cpvs
85100000

East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group (ELRCCG) acting as Coordinating Commissioner on behalf of NHS Leicester City CCG and NHS West Leicestershire CCG across LLR are inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified providers to deliver the Assessment and review of Eligibility for NHS Continuing Healthcare and Funded Nursing Care for Adults and Continuing Care for Children and Young People across Leicestershire: 1. NHS Continuing Health Care (CHC) and NHS Funded Nursing Care (FNC) for Adults including Personal Health Budgets (PHB). 2. Continuing Care for Children and Young People including PHBs. 3. Health Case Management for Pathway 2; HART and Nursing Home community reablement. LLR CCGs are looking to procure a combined end to end and lifelong service. The estimated contract value is £11,981,054 GBP over the 5 years . The key aims and objectives include meeting the requirements of the following: — the National Framework for NHS CHC and NHS FNC (revised 2012); — the National Framework for Children and Young People's Continuing Care (revised 2016); — National Guidance and regulations regarding the implementation of PHBs including the NHS Direct Payments Regulations (Amended 2013); — Children and Families Act 2014; — The SEND Code of Practice January 2015; — Act as the health case manager for the reablement service for those individuals; — Assessing patients who have been identified as likely to be eligible for CHC, or who are placed in a nursing home and are eligible for receipt of FNC; — Reviewing those patients in receipt of fully funded CHC, including fast track funding, joint funded care packages, or FNC; — Assessing children and young people who have been identified as likely to be eligible for continuing care including those in transition; — Increase the number of individuals who are able to have a PHB; — Case managing patients whilst on the HART or Pathway 3 Nursing Home reablement pathway. This does not commit the CCGs to carry out a procurement process. Current services will remain in place during this period in line with existing contracts and Service Level Agreements. The contract will be the NHS England Standard Contract for a proposed period of 5 years, with an option to extend for a further 2 years subject to satisfactory performance.

Social work services without accommodation

Leicestershire County Council (c/o ESPO) | Published November 22, 2016
cpvs
85312000

Leicestershire CC, working with West Leicestershire CCG and East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG wish to commission home-based care and support services to meet the health & social care needs of Service Users (SUs) and carers in Leicestershire. SUs will be aged 18+ and assessed as eligible to receive Council services or assessed by health under continuing healthcare. The service will support people to live independently in their own homes, for as long as possible, provide reablement services, facilitate safe and timely discharge from hospital and reduce avoidable hospital admissions. Experienced, stable and motivated providers with well trained staff are needed to deliver affordable and high quality services in Hinckley & Twycross, Groby & Market Bosworth, Mountsorrel & Quorn.

To tender: (a) Go to www.eastmidstenders.org, (b) Register (c) Search for tender opportunity ‘3167_17’ d) Express an interest (e) Download the tender from the website.

This lot is for the delivery of The Help to Live At Home Service (HTLAH) in the geographical area of Hinckley & Twycross. The exact geography and boundaries of the lot may be subject to further change. The requirement includes a range of flexible services for people with varying levels of need which will include the delivery of associated social care and healthcare tasks. All values provided are indicative and may be subject to change.

This lot is for the delivery of the HTLAH service in the geographical area of Groby & Market Bosworth. The exact geography and boundaries of the lot may be subject to further change. The requirement includes a range of flexible services for people with varying levels of need which will include the delivery of associated social care and healthcare tasks. All values provided are indicative and may be subject to change.

This lot is for the delivery of the HTLAH service in the geographical area of Mountsorrel and Quorn. The exact geography and boundaries of the lot may be subject to further change. The requirement includes a range of flexible services for people with varying levels of need which will include the delivery of associated social care and healthcare tasks. All values provided are indicative and may be subject to change.

Health and social work services

Arden & GEM CSU | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
cpvs
85000000

The key objectives of the Procurement are to commission a Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service (NEPT) service across the three Leicestershire CCGs (East Leicestershire & Rutland CCG, Leicester City CCG and West Leicestershire CCG) populations through delivering a high quality service for its patients & stakeholders.

A service specification has been developed with its stakeholders which integrates the needs and requirements of the CCGs together with the main stakeholder groups which include the acute hospitals, outpatient departments and NHS community services.

Patient needs were reviewed to ensure a fully integrated service specification was developed. This includes patient transport to and from those locations within 50 miles of the Leicestershire & Rutland boundaries for reason of patient residence, choice and NHS service delivery.

Arden & GEM CSU is conducting this procurement exercise on behalf of the three Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), West Leicestershire CCG, East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG and Leicester City CCG (WL CCG, LC CCG and ELR CCG), to seek suitably qualified and experienced providers to deliver the Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

Transport to healthcare has been identified as a priority by local healthcare providers and has been recognised as a strategic policy issue. Barriers that prevent access to health services for the most vulnerable and therefore contribute to health inequality should be removed.

The National Service Framework part 1 (NSF) outlines key standards and markers of good practice for specialist services (including renal care, chemotherapy and radiotherapy), and suggests that good transport plays a vital role in the formation of patients' views and attitudes towards their treatment.

The aim is to reduce demand for acute emergency care services and increasingly meet people's needs in lower acuity settings, including self-care.

The objective is for a service capable of delivering a high quality, dignified and safe NEPTS to patients, ensuring all eligible patients are able to travel to and from the community or acute healthcare setting in a timely manner, without adverse impact on their medical condition.

319_14 Staff Benefits (lot 12 only).

Warwickshire County Council (c/o ESPO) | Published August 21, 2015
Winner
P&MM Employee Benefits
cpvs
75310000, 75122000, 85160000, 98130000, 34430000, 32250000, 98351100, 75125000, 79632000, 80500000, 80511000, 66512200, 66512210

The Staff Benefits Framework Agreement is a a simple and effective route to purchasing employee benefits via voluntary benefits and salary sacrifice schemes, including; cycle to work, childcare vouchers, holiday purchasing, qualifications and work place training, mobile and IT purchasing, car leasing, workplace parking, travel to work, healthcare and well-being benefits, retail and leisure discounts and also the provision of a fully managed service. This is an award notice for lot 12 (only) under the framework which will be primarily used by Warwickshire County Council. An e-Auction process may be used to award subsequent call off contracts following the reopening of competition among the parties to the Framework Agreement.

Other community, social and personal services

Leicestershire County Council | Published May 5, 2017
Winner
3D &amp; Co Ltd T/A Outwoods Pharmacy
cpvs
98000000, 85121100, 85100000

Leicestershire County Council seeks to appoint a number of providers to provide Public Health Community Based Services. The requirements are divided into lots: Lot 1 — Provision of an Alcohol Related Risk Reduction Scheme Lot 2 — Provision of NHS Healthcare Checks Lot 3 — Provision of intrauterine device (IUD), intrauterine system (IUS) and sub-dermal implants (SDI) for contraceptive purposes Fitting and Removal Service Lot 4 — Provision of Smoking Cessation Pharmacotherapy Lot 5 — Provision of Emergency Hormonal Contraception (EHC) Women under 25 years of age Tenderers are invited to bid for one or more lots a appropriate.

HEWM Systems Leadership Programme.

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published December 19, 2015
Winner
University of Birmingham
cpvs
80000000

The NHS strategic visioning document the 5 Year Forward View and all recent major reviews into healthcare identify significant challenges surrounding systems thinking and systems leadership. Leaders at all levels are increasingly required to demonstrate a new collaborative leadership approach to tackle an increasing variety of ‘wicked’ and ambiguous problems that span across teams, services, organisations and interrelated sectors. Although many of our healthcare leadership development programmes actively promote this change in leadership style, they are often focused on delivery at individual level. Therefore, individuals become equipped with these skills in silos often resulting in frustration at the inability to influence, make an impact upon and ultimately make a sustainable difference in practice to tackle systems problems. Health Education West Midlands (HEWM) have identified a unique opportunity to create a Systems Leadership Programme that uniquely takes a naturally collaborative group of leaders through a group systems leadership development programme with a focus on developing a solution to an existing group ‘Systems Challenge’, developing them as a cross-organisational, collaborative, sustainable team, whilst also developing them individually as systems leaders. Our ambition is that by developing the group to act as systems leaders in this way, they will flourish collaboratively in the future, therefore increasing the sustainability of their end solution and future confidence to act as systems leaders. The initial contract will run from 1.12.2015 to 30.6.2016. Upon successful review Health Education West Midlands will have the option to extend the contract up to 2 further years on a year-by-year basis.

HEWM Systems Leadership Programme.

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published September 1, 2015  -  Deadline October 19, 2015
cpvs
80000000

The NHS strategic visioning document the Five Year Forward View and all recent major reviews into healthcare identify significant challenges surrounding systems thinking and systems leadership. Leaders at all levels are increasingly required to demonstrate a new collaborative leadership approach to tackle an increasing variety of ‘wicked’ and ambiguous problems that span across teams, services, organisations, and interrelated sectors. Although many of our healthcare leadership development programmes actively promote this change in leadership style, they are often focused on delivery at individual level. Therefore, individuals become equipped with these skills in silos often resulting in frustration at the inability to influence, make an impact upon and ultimately make a sustainable difference in practice to tackle systems problems. Health Education West Midlands (HEWM) have identified a unique opportunity to create a Systems Leadership programme that uniquely takes a naturally collaborative group of leaders through a group systems leadership development programme with a focus on developing a solution to an existing group ‘systems challenge’, developing them as a cross-organisational, collaborative, sustainable team, whilst also developing them individually as systems leaders. Our ambition is that by developing the group to act as systems leaders in this way, they will flourish collaboratively in the future, therefore increasing the sustainability of their end solution and future confidence to act as systems leaders. The initial contract will run from 1.12.2015 to 30.6.2016. Upon successful review Health Education West Midlands will have the option to extend the contract up to 2 further years on a year by year basis.

HEWM Systems Leadership Programme.

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust | Published September 1, 2015  -  Deadline October 12, 2015
cpvs
80000000

The NHS strategic visioning document the Five Year Forward View and all recent major reviews into healthcare identify significant challenges surrounding systems thinking and systems leadership. Leaders at all levels are increasingly required to demonstrate a new collaborative leadership approach to tackle an increasing variety of ‘wicked’ and ambiguous problems that span across teams, services, organisations, and interrelated sectors. Although many of our healthcare leadership development programmes actively promote this change in leadership style, they are often focused on delivery at individual level. Therefore, individuals become equipped with these skills in silos often resulting in frustration at the inability to influence, make an impact upon and ultimately make a sustainable difference in practice to tackle systems problems. Health Education West Midlands (HEWM) have identified a unique opportunity to create a Systems Leadership programme that uniquely takes a naturally collaborative group of leaders through a group systems leadership development programme with a focus on developing a solution to an existing group ‘systems challenge’, developing them as a cross-organisational, collaborative, sustainable team, whilst also developing them individually as systems leaders. Our ambition is that by developing the group to act as systems leaders in this way, they will flourish collaboratively in the future, therefore increasing the sustainability of their end solution and future confidence to act as systems leaders. The initial contract will run from 1.12.2015 to 30.6.2016. Upon successful review Health Education West Midlands will have the option to extend the contract up to 2 further years on a year by year basis.

319_14 Staff Benefits (excluding Lots 7 and 12).

ESPO (see www.espo.org) for itself and on behalf of Warwickshire County Council | Published March 4, 2015
Winner
Xexec Ltd (SME)
cpvs
75310000, 75122000, 85160000, 98130000, 34430000, 32250000, 98351100, 75125000, 79632000, 80500000, 80511000, 66512200, 66512210

Benefit services. Administrative healthcare services. Optician services. Miscellaneous membership organisations services. Bicycles. Mobile telephones. Car park services. Administrative services related to tourism affairs. Personnel-training services. Training services. Staff training services. Health insurance services. Voluntary health insurance services. The Staff Benefits Framework Agreement will offer all UK local authorities and public bodies a simple and effective route to purchasing employee benefits via voluntary benefits and salary sacrifice schemes, including; cycle to work, childcare vouchers, holiday purchasing, qualifications and work place training, mobile and IT purchasing, car leasing, workplace parking, travel to work, healthcare and wellbeing benefits, retail and leisure discounts and also the provision of a fully managed service. It is envisaged that lots 1-11 of the framework will be awarded to one or multiple suppliers per lot. Lot 12 will be awarded to a single supplier. Whilst initially for use by local authorities served by ESPO (see www.espo.org for further details), being a Central Purchasing Body as defined by the EU Combined Procurement Directive 2004/18/EC, the Framework Agreement may also be open for use by the following classifications of user throughout all administrative regions of the UK: Local Authority Councils; Educational Establishments (including Academies); Central Government Departments and their Agencies; Police, Fire & Rescue and Coastguard Emergency Services; NHS and HSC Bodies, including Ambulance Services; Registered Charities; Registered Social Landlords; Full details of the classification of end user establishments and geographical areas is available on: http://www.espo.org/about-us/ojeu-permissible-users.aspx An eAuction process may be used to award subsequent call off contracts following the reopening of competition among the parties to the Framework Agreement.

Health and social work services

Leicestershire County Council (c/o ESPO) | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
cpvs
85000000, 85300000, 85310000, 85311000, 85311100, 85312000, 85312400, 85312500

Leicestershire CC, working with West Leicestershire CCG and East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG wish to commission home-based care and support services to meet the health and social care needs of Service Users (SUs) and carers in Leicestershire. SUs will be aged 18+ and assessed as eligible to receive Council services or assessed by health under continuing healthcare. The service will support people to live independently in their own homes, for as long as possible, provide reablement services, facilitate safe and timely discharge from hospital and reduce avoidable hospital admissions. Experienced, stable and motivated providers with well-trained staff are needed to deliver affordable and high quality services in Hinckley and Twycross, Groby and Market Bosworth, Mountsorrel and Quorn.

To tender: (a) Go to www.eastmidstenders.org, (b) Register (c) Search for tender opportunity ‘3167_17’ d) Express an interest (e) Download the tender from the website.

This lot is for the delivery of The Help to Live At Home Service (HTLAH) in the geographical area of Hinckley and Twycross. Leicestershire County Council, West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group, East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group.

This lot is for the delivery of the HTLAH service in the geographical area of Groby and Market Bosworth.

This lot is for the delivery of the HTLAH service in the geographical area of Mountsorrel and Quorn.

Benefit services

ESPO | Published November 10, 2016
Winner
Busy Bees Benefits Limited
cpvs
75310000, 98130000

The Staff Benefits Framework Agreement is a a simple and effective route to purchasing employee benefits via voluntary benefits and salary sacrifice schemes, including; cycle to work, childcare vouchers, holiday purchasing, qualifications and work place training, mobile and IT purchasing, car leasing, workplace parking, travel to work, healthcare and well-being benefits, retail and leisure discounts and also the provision of a fully managed service. This is an award notice for Lot 7: Car Leasing Salary Sacrifice Scheme (only).

As a Central Purchasing Body as defined by the EU Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU, the Framework Agreement is open for use by the following classifications of user throughout all administrative regions of the UK: Local Authority Councils; Educational Establishments (including Academies); Central Government Departments and Agencies and Local Government Departments and Agencies; Police, Fire & Rescue and Coastguard Emergency Services; NHS and HSC Bodies, including Ambulance Services; Registered Charities; Registered Social Landlords; Any Public Body established by or under the Scotland Act 1998 or any Act of the Scottish Parliament. Full details of the classification of end user establishments and geographical areas is available on: http://www.espo.org/About-us-%281%29/FAQs/Legal