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Integrated Sexual Health Services for Hertfordshire.

Hertfordshire County Council | Published March 28, 2015
Winner
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
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85100000, 85140000, 85323000, 85000000, 85141000

Health services. Miscellaneous health services. Community health services. Health and social work services. Services provided by medical personnel. Scope of the Requirement. (1) Project Background. The Public Health White Paper Healthy Lives, Healthy People: Our Strategy for Public Health in England highlights a commitment to work towards an integrated model of service delivery to allow easy access to confidential, non-judgemental sexual health services (including for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), contraception, abortion, health promotion and prevention). From the 1.4.2013, Local Authorities have been mandated to commission comprehensive open access sexual health services (including free STI testing and treatment, notification of sexual partners of infected persons and free provision of contraception). The provision of integrated sexual health services is supported by current accredited training programmes and guidance from relevant professional bodies including FSRH, BASHH, BHIVA, MEDFASH, RCOG and NICE and relevant national policy and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Public Health England. A comprehensive sexual health needs assessment has been commissioned to gain understanding of the sexual health needs of the population and establish whether the current services meet these needs. It found that GUM and contraception services are provided from a range of locations but there are geographic gaps, few clinics provide both services, and there is no central booking system making access more difficult than necessary. There is a large amount of data available on infections in the general population but are currently very little data and no specific outreach services for vulnerable or higher risk groups. There is no systematic approach to ensuring training and accreditation of primary care sexual health services commissioned by the Council and no forum to provide governance, stakeholder involvement or co-ordinate commissioning approaches between agencies. There is no over-arching approach to health promotion and prevention services, and an opportunity to develop an integrated approach with the Council's teenage pregnancy strategy. In order to address the gaps in service provision, the Council are looking to commission an integrated, countywide sexual health service. (2) Current Project Brief. Our vision is to ensure that Hertfordshire provides the best possible services for the local population and improve the sexual health and wellbeing of Hertfordshire residents. The commissioning of a single integrated service will: — Provide consistent, evidence-based, user friendly services delivered in a variety of community settings so that all individuals have choice and access; — Address the current service provision across the county to ensure it is equitable for all sectors of the community, integrated, innovative and cost-effective; — Deliver nationally recommended best practice for Hertfordshire. The specification of services to be commissioned will include Level 1 to 3 services. Level 1 services include Public Health services commissioned from primary care GPs and pharmacists (but not the core GP contract) and condom distribution (C-card). Primary care contracts will continue to be managed by the Council, with support from the provider. For level 2, a range of community clinics is proposed, with all services providing all contraceptive services, Chlamydia screening and some other infection testing (GUM services). They must be young people focussed. The more specialist centres, or level 3 services, will provide a full range of testing and treatment services; and services for specific groups with higher sexual health needs including men who have sex with men. Level 2 and 3 services will be the core provision provided by the integrated service. Outcomes the Council has identified the following for this project:- Outcome 1. To provide the supply of an Integrated Sexual Health Service, to include the provision of: — Genito-Urinary Medicine (GUM) with Contraception and Sexual Health Services (CASH); — Testing for HIV and other blood borne viruses; — Acquisition and distribution of condoms and associated items; — Specialist services, including psychosexual counselling; — Advice and testing for pregnancy; and; — Health promotion, including partner notification, lifestyle advice and intervention, and motivational interviewing. Outcome 2. For the Council and the chosen supplier(s) to establish a collaborative working relationship which is underpinned by continuous improvement to services; developing and maintaining pathways between levels of service and with other providers (both in and out of county); supporting the development of cost effective service delivery methods in line with national policy and best practice. Outcome 3. Reduce out of county expenditure on GUM activity by providing a wider range of accessible and good quality services for Hertfordshire residents. Outcome 4. For the service to be in place and providing services on 1.4.2015.

Transport services (excl. Waste transport)

Hertfordshire County Council | Published October 20, 2017  -  Deadline November 17, 2017
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60000000

Hertfordshire County Council (the ‘Council’) invites applications from suitably experienced and competent organisations who wish to pre-qualify onto its Dynamic Purchasing System (‘DPS’) for the provision of Transport Services. Further information in regards to this opportunity can be found in II.2.4).

Organisations wishing to take part in this project are invited to ‘express interest’ which will give access to the full procurement documents in the e-tendering system. Please see VI.3) Additional information for further information.

Any questions relating to this procurement must be made via the correspondence area in the e-Tendering system, in accordance with the procurement documents and can be addressed to the main contact as shown in the details above.

Hertfordshire County Council (‘the authority’) is establishing a Dynamic Purchasing System (‘the DPS’) for the provision of Transport Services.

The DPS will be established and operate in accordance with Regulation 34 of The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (‘the Regulations’). The authority has published a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union and Potential Suppliers are now invited to express an interest in joining the DPS.

Firstly, organisations apply by completing the Council's online Supplier Questionnaire (SQ). Organisations which satisfy the pre-determined selection criteria will then be admitted to the DPS. Individual Orders throughout the duration of the DPS will be awarded via competition during the second stage. Organisations admitted to the DPS should note they won't be invited to tender for competition(s) until they have executed and returned the DPS Agreement to the Council accordingly. Organisations will not be invited to compete under the DPS until they have executed the DPS Agreement and the Council has sealed the Agreement.

The DPS has been split in to 4 Category's. Category 1 is as follows:

Category 1 Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

Orders requiring Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles to transport students or adults in manual or electric wheelchairs with or without a Passenger Assistant. This could include special needs of autism, ADHD, physical or any other disability, emotional or behaviour disorders and mild learning difficulties. This Category will require management, monitoring and use of specific medical related equipment including but not limited to oxygen tanks, suctioning machines, body harnesses.

In order to apply organisations must follow the steps laid out below:

Step 1 — log in or register at www.supplyhertfordshire.uk

Step 2 — Find the project and click on View Details

Step 3 — Click on Express Interest

Step 4 — If you are intending to bid click ‘Opt In’ if you aren't intending to bid click ‘Opt Out’

Step 5 — Click on the Questionnaire and fully complete every question, if it is n/a please state this. You will not be able to submit your application until all the questions have been fully answered and the relevant supporting documentation has been uploaded. Please ensure you allow plenty of time prior to the closing date to do this.

If you experience any system problems please contact In-Tend directly on: 0845 557 8079

If you have any questions relating to service delivery or the tender documents please send these via the correspondence area in In-Tend

Please Note: The closing date for this opportunity is 12:00 on the 17.11.2017. The Council will not re-open the DPS until January 2018.

Please also note that the Council will be holding an Open Day on the 3.11.2017. The aim of this day is to help clarify the Council's requirements and answer any questions/concerns organisations have. All questions asked on the day plus the Council's responses will be shared with all potential bidding organisations via In-Tend.

During the DPS Term, the Council intends to introduce to the Competition electronic auctions if the Council deems this to be the most appropriate method of Competition. Full details are provided in the tender documents.

The estimated total value of the DPS is stated in II.1.5 of this notice and is for the initial term inclusive of the approximate value for extensions. The DPS will be awarded for an initial term of five (5) years, with the option to extend the DPS up to five (5) further years as per the DPS Agreement.

TUPE may apply to individual Orders and organisations will be notified of this (if applicable) during any competition.

Hertfordshire County Council (‘the authority’) is establishing a Dynamic Purchasing System (‘the DPS’) for the provision of Transport Services.

The DPS will be established and operate in accordance with Regulation 34 of The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (‘the Regulations’). The authority has published a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union and Potential Suppliers are now invited to express an interest in joining the DPS.

Firstly, organisations apply by completing the Council's online Supplier Questionnaire (SQ). Organisations which satisfy the pre-determined selection criteria will then be admitted to the DPS. Individual Orders throughout the duration of the DPS will be awarded via competition during the second stage. Organisations admitted to the DPS should note they won't be invited to tender for competition(s) until they have executed and returned the DPS Agreement to the Council accordingly. Organisations will not be invited to compete under the DPS until they have executed the DPS Agreement and the Council has sealed the Agreement.

The DPS has been split in to 4 Category's. Category 2 is as follows:

Category 2 Vehicles transporting children or adults with Special Transport Needs (STN) or Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Orders transporting students or adults with special transport needs with or without a Passenger Assistant. This could include special needs of Autism, ADHD, epilepsy, physical or any other disability, emotional or behaviour disorders and mild learning difficulties. This Category will require management, monitoring and use of specific medical related equipment including but not limited to oxygen tanks, suctioning machines, body harnesses.

In order to apply organisations must follow the steps laid out below:

Step 1 — log in or register at www.supplyhertfordshire.uk

Step 2 — Find the project and click on View Details

Step 3 — Click on Express Interest

Step 4 — If you are intending to bid click ‘Opt In’ if you aren't intending to bid click ‘Opt Out’

Step 5 — Click on the Questionnaire and fully complete every question, if it is n/a please state this. You will not be able to submit your application until all the questions have been fully answered and the relevant supporting documentation has been uploaded. Please ensure you allow plenty of time prior to the closing date to do this.

If you experience any system problems please contact In-Tend directly on: 0845 557 8079

If you have any questions relating to service delivery or the tender documents please send these via the correspondence area in In-Tend

Please Note: The closing date for this opportunity is 12:00 on the 17.11.2017. The Council will not re-open the DPS until January 2018.

Please also note that the Council will be holding an Open Day on the 3.11.2017. The aim of this day is to help clarify the Council's requirements and answer any questions/concerns organisations have. All questions asked on the day plus the Council's responses will be shared with all potential bidding organisations via In-Tend.

During the DPS Term, the Council intends to introduce to the Competition electronic auctions if the Council deems this to be the most appropriate method of Competition. Full details are provided in the tender documents.

The estimated total value of the DPS is stated in II.1.5 of this notice and is for the initial term inclusive of the approximate value for extensions. The DPS will be awarded for an initial term of five (5) years, with the option to extend the DPS up to five (5) further years as per the DPS Agreement.

TUPE may apply to individual Orders and organisations will be notified of this (if applicable) during any competition.

Hertfordshire County Council (‘the authority’) is establishing a Dynamic Purchasing System (‘the DPS’) for the provision of Transport Services.

The DPS will be established and operate in accordance with Regulation 34 of The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (‘the Regulations’). The authority has published a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union and Potential Suppliers are now invited to express an interest in joining the DPS.

Firstly, organisations apply by completing the Council's online Supplier Questionnaire (SQ). Organisations which satisfy the pre-determined selection criteria will then be admitted to the DPS. Individual Orders throughout the duration of the DPS will be awarded via competition during the second stage. Organisations admitted to the DPS should note they won't be invited to tender for competition(s) until they have executed and returned the DPS Agreement to the Council accordingly. Organisations will not be invited to compete under the DPS until they have executed the DPS Agreement and the Council has sealed the Agreement.

The DPS has been split in to 4 Category's. Category 3 is as follows:

Category 3 Vehicles requiring Passenger Assistants

Mainstream or limited Special Needs Transport Contracts requiring Passenger Assistants to transport students or adults with no specific special transport requirement. This may include social needs or very mild learning difficulties.

In order to apply organisations must follow the steps laid out below:

Step 1 — log in or register at www.supplyhertfordshire.uk

Step 2 — Find the project and click on View Details

Step 3 — Click on Express Interest

Step 4 — If you are intending to bid click ‘Opt In’ if you aren't intending to bid click ‘Opt Out’

Step 5 — Click on the Questionnaire and fully complete every question, if it is n/a please state this. You will not be able to submit your application until all the questions have been fully answered and the relevant supporting documentation has been uploaded. Please ensure you allow plenty of time prior to the closing date to do this.

If you experience any system problems please contact In-Tend directly on: 0845 557 8079

If you have any questions relating to service delivery or the tender documents please send these via the correspondence area in In-Tend

Please Note: The closing date for this opportunity is 12:00 on the 17.11.2017. The Council will not re-open the DPS until January 2018.

Please also note that the Council will be holding an Open Day on the 3.11.2017. The aim of this day is to help clarify the Council's requirements and answer any questions/concerns organisations have. All questions asked on the day plus the Council's responses will be shared with all potential bidding organisations via In-Tend.

During the DPS Term, the Council intends to introduce to the Competition electronic auctions if the Council deems this to be the most appropriate method of Competition. Full details are provided in the tender documents.

The estimated total value of the DPS is stated in II.1.5 of this notice and is for the initial term inclusive of the approximate value for extensions. The DPS will be awarded for an initial term of five (5) years, with the option to extend the DPS up to five (5) further years as per the DPS Agreement.

TUPE may apply to individual Orders and organisations will be notified of this (if applicable) during any competition.

Hertfordshire County Council (‘the authority’) is establishing a Dynamic Purchasing System (‘the DPS’) for the provision of Transport Services.

The DPS will be established and operate in accordance with Regulation 34 of The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (‘the Regulations’). The authority has published a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union and Potential Suppliers are now invited to express an interest in joining the DPS.

Firstly, organisations apply by completing the Council's online Supplier Questionnaire (SQ). Organisations which satisfy the pre-determined selection criteria will then be admitted to the DPS. Individual Orders throughout the duration of the DPS will be awarded via competition during the second stage. Organisations admitted to the DPS should note they won't be invited to tender for competition(s) until they have executed and returned the DPS Agreement to the Council accordingly. Organisations will not be invited to compete under the DPS until they have executed the DPS Agreement and the Council has sealed the Agreement.

The DPS has been split in to 4 Category's. Category 4 is as follows

Category 4 Vehicles with no requirement for a Passenger Assistant

Mainstream or limited Special Needs Transport Contracts not requiring Passenger Assistants to transport students or Adults with no specific special transport requirement. May include social needs or very mild learning difficulties.

In order to apply organisations must follow the steps laid out below

Step 1 — log in or register at www.supplyhertfordshire.uk

Step 2 — Find the project and click on View Details

Step 3 — Click on Express Interest

Step 4 — If you are intending to bid click ‘Opt In’ if you aren't intending to bid click ‘Opt Out’

Step 5 — Click on the Questionnaire and fully complete every question, if it is n/a please state this. You will not be able to submit your application until all the questions have been fully answered and the relevant supporting documentation has been uploaded. Please ensure you allow plenty of time prior to the closing date to do this.

If you experience any system problems please contact In-Tend directly on: 0845 557 8079

If you have any questions relating to service delivery or the tender documents please send these via the correspondence area in In-Tend

Please Note: The closing date for this opportunity is 12:00 on the 17.11.2017. The Council will not re-open the DPS until January 2018.

Please also note that the Council will be holding an Open Day on the 3.11.2017. The aim of this day is to help clarify the Council's requirements and answer any questions/concerns organisations have. All questions asked on the day plus the Council's responses will be shared with all potential bidding organisations via In-Tend.

During the DPS Term, the Council intends to introduce to the Competition electronic auctions if the Council deems this to be the most appropriate method of Competition. Full details are provided in the tender documents.

The estimated total value of the DPS is stated in II.1.5 of this notice and is for the initial term inclusive of the approximate value for extensions. The DPS will be awarded for an initial term of five (5) years, with the option to extend the DPS up to five (5) further years as per the DPS Agreement.

TUPE may apply to individual Orders and organisations will be notified of this (if applicable) during any competition.

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