163626-2016 - Health And Social Work Services

İhale Tipi: Hizmet Alımı
İlgili Sektörler: Sağlık, Veterinerlik, Sosyal Hizmetler
Kurum: Committee of the Regions of the European Union - İngiltere
İhale Tarihi: 20 Temmuz 2018 12:00

Temel

250 / 1 yıl
  • EKAP İhaleleri
  • Kurum İhaleleri
  • Doğrudan Teminler
  • İhale Alarmı - Sınırsız
  • İhale Takip - Sınırsız
  • Çoklu Rapor Alıcısı
  • Mobil Uygulama
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Kurumsal

550 / 1 yıl
  • EKAP İhaleleri
  • Kurum İhaleleri
  • Doğrudan Teminler
  • İhale Alarmı - Sınırsız
  • İhale Takip - Sınırsız
  • Çoklu Rapor Alıcısı
  • Mobil Uygulama
  • +
  • İhale Sonuç İlanları
  • İlansız İhale Sonuçları
  • Sonuç Alarmları
  • KİK Kararları

  • Section I: Contracting authority
    • I.2) Type of the contracting authority
    • Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
    • Denton
    • Manchester
    • M34 2GP
    • Country
    • UK
    • Ms Sue Hogan
    • +44 1613422890
    • E Mails
    • sue.hogan@tameside.gov.uk
    • Internet address(es)
    • http://www.tameside.gov.uk/
    • Further Information
    • Contact Data
    • Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
    • Please refer to details in the Tender Pack
    • Denton
    • M34 2GP
    • Country
    • UK
    • Ms Sue Hogan
    • +44 1613422890
    • E Mails
    • sue.hogan@tameside.gov.uk
    • Specifications And Additional Documents
    • Contact Data
    • Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
    • Please refer to details in the Tender Pack
    • Denton
    • M34 2GP
    • Country
    • UK
    • Ms Sue Hogan
    • +44 1613422890
    • E Mails
    • sue.hogan@tameside.gov.uk
    • Tenders Requests Applications Must Be Sent To
    • Contact Data
    • Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
    • Please refer to details in the Tender Pack
    • Denton
    • M34 2GP
    • Country
    • UK
    • Ms Sue Hogan
    • +44 1613422890
    • E Mails
    • sue.hogan@tameside.gov.uk
    • Type And Activities And Purchasing On Behalf
    • Type And Activities
    • Type Of Contracting Authority
    • REGIONAL_AUTHORITY
    • Type Of Activity
    • GENERAL_PUBLIC_SERVICES
    • I.4) Contract award on behalf of other contracting authorities
    • The contracting authority is purchasing on behalf of other contracting authorities: no
  • Section II:Object of the contract
    • Description
    • II.1.1) Title attributed to the contract by the contracting authority:
    • Provision of Daytime Support for Adults with Social Care Needs — Inclusion on a List of Approved Day Services.
    • II.1.2) Type of contract and location of works, place of delivery or of performance:
    • Type Contract
    • SERVICES
    • 25
    • Notice Involves
    • II.1.5) Short description of the contract or purchase(s)
    • Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council is committed to the provision of high-quality services to enable people to live in their own homes. We are looking to refresh the list of approved services to.
    • Provide daytime support/activities for people who are eligible for publicly funded care and support. This includes older people and people with learning disabilities we will be looking for providers who are able to offer a more generic approach.
    • The rate will be up to a maximum of 30,60 GBP per person per day. Providers may wish to submit a price lower than this.
    • Tameside MBC will not be providing buildings from which these services will operate. Providers will need to consider this along with transport during the day.
    • The aim is for service users to experience inclusion, choice and control in their day time activities.
    • There will not be a guaranteed number of placements but commissioners, care coordinators and service users will have access to the list of approved day services from which to choose.
    • Tameside MBC, is inviting organisations, via a completed Organisational Questionnaire (OQ), to be included on the list of approved providers. This will be an open list, re-advertised continually on an ongoing basis. In addition to the OQ providers are required to include a description of the service they will provide (service specification) including time the service will be open, where/how it will be delivered and price per person per day. This will be included in the contract and be used by care coordinators and service users to inform decisions.
    • Administratively, access to the DPS will be via 3 ‘rounds’ a year. A ‘round’ consists of:
    • — A period every 4 month where evaluation of submissions will be undertaken;
    • — Award of any contracts and inclusion on the DPS; or
    • — Feedback to providers whose submission does not meet the minimum threshold.
    • Evaluation of submissions will be by a series of panels, which may include representatives from locality teams and commissioning teams.
    • Key dates for this 1 ‘round’:
    • — Tender opens: 22.7.2016;
    • — Evaluation: August 2016;
    • — Contracts award for approved list: Early September 2016.
    • Should you initially fail to meet the minimum thresholds of the OQ you will be able to re-submit completed documentation at any time via The Chest, mindful that your submission will be re-evaluated via the planned evaluation panel meetings in the next planned ‘round’.
    • Evaluation periods for the next 3 rounds are scheduled for:
    • — November 2016;
    • — March 2017;
    • — July 2018.
    • (Please note these may be subject to change).
    • The DPS will run from September 2016 through to September 2018, 2 years hence, with a view to it being reviewed and potentially extended for an additional year (and then a further 12 months after that; up to 4 years in total i.e. ending 30.9.2020).
    • If you are interested in tendering for the above but are unsure about the electronic tendering process, please contact in writing to: Sue Hogan, Joint Commissioning and Performance Management Team, New Century House, Windmill Lane, Denton, Tameside, M34 2GP or e-mail: sue.hogan@tameside.gov.uk
    • The award for the tender will be in keeping with a Best Value approach.
    • The Procurement process has given due regard to the Social Value Act 2012 in consideration of the economic, social and environmental benefits of the delivery of this service.
    • Please note that any contracts awarded as part of this process may be open to other purchasing authorities in the local area.
    • II.1.6) Common procurement vocabulary (CPV)
    • Cpv Main
    • Cpv Code
    • 85000000
    • II.1.7) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA)
    • NO
    • Accepted Variants
    • NO
    • II.2) Quantity or scope of the contract
    • Nature Quantity Scope
    • II.2.1) Total quantity or scope:
    • Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council is committed to the provision of high-quality services to enable people to live in their own homes. We are looking to refresh the list of approved services to.
    • Provide daytime support/activities for people who are eligible for publicly funded care and support. This includes older people and people with learning disabilities we will be looking for providers who are able to offer a more generic approach.
    • The rate will be up to a maximum of 30,60 GBP per person per day. Providers may wish to submit a price lower than this.
    • Tameside MBC will not be providing buildings from which these services will operate. Providers will need to consider this along with transport during the day.
    • The aim is for service users to experience inclusion, choice and control in their day time activities.
    • There will not be a guaranteed number of placements but commissioners, care coordinators and service users will have access to the list of approved day services from which to choose.
    • Tameside MBC, is inviting organisations, via a completed Organisational Questionnaire (OQ), to be included on the list of approved providers. This will be an open list, re-advertised continually on an ongoing basis. In addition to the OQ providers are required to include a description of the service they will provide (service specification) including time the service will be open, where/how it will be delivered and price per person per day. This will be included in the contract and be used by care coordinators and service users to inform decisions.
    • Administratively, access to the DPS will be via three ‘rounds’ a year. A ‘round’ consists of:
    • — A period every 4 month where evaluation of submissions will be undertaken;
    • — Award of any contracts and inclusion on the DPS; or
    • — Feedback to providers whose submission does not meet the minimum threshold.
    • Evaluation of submissions will be by a series of panels, which may include representatives from locality teams and commissioning teams.
    • Key dates for this 1 ‘round’:
    • — Tender opens: 22.7.2016;
    • — Evaluation: August 2016;
    • — Contracts award for approved list: Early September 2016.
    • Should you initially fail to meet the minimum thresholds of the OQ you will be able to re-submit completed documentation at any time via The Chest, mindful that your submission will be re-evaluated via the planned evaluation panel meetings in the next planned ‘round’.
    • Evaluation periods for the next 3 rounds are scheduled for:
    • — November 2016;
    • — March 2017;
    • — July 2018.
    • (Please note these may be subject to change).
    • The DPS will run from September 2016 through to September 2018, 2 years hence, with a view to it being reviewed and potentially extended for an additional year (and then a further 12 months after that; up to 4 years in total i.e. ending 30.9.2020).
    • If you are interested in tendering for the above but are unsure about the electronic tendering process, please contact in writing to: Sue Hogan, Joint Commissioning and Performance Management Team, New Century House, Windmill Lane, Denton, Tameside, M34 2GP or e-mail: sue.hogan@tameside.gov.uk
    • The award for the tender will be in keeping with a Best Value approach.
    • The Procurement process has given due regard to the Social Value Act 2012 in consideration of the economic, social and environmental benefits of the delivery of this service.
    • Please note that any contracts awarded as part of this process may be open to other purchasing authorities in the local area.
    • No Options
    • No Recurrent Contract
  • Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
    • Contract Relating Conditions
    • Services Contracts Specific Conditions
    • No Exec Service Reserved Particular Profession
    • Requests Names Professional Qualifications
    • NO
  • Section IV: Procedure
    • Type Of Procedure
    • IV.1.1) Type of procedure
    • Reduction Of The Number
    • NO
    • IV.2) Award criteria
    • IV.2.1) Award criteria
    • Most Economically Advantageous Tender
    • Criteria Stated In Other Document
    • Is Electronic Auction Usable
    • No Use Electronic Auction
    • IV.3) Administrative information
    • Conditions Obtaining Specifications
    • Time Limit
    • 20
    • 07
    • 2018
    • 12:00
    • No Payable Documents
    • Receipt Limit Date = 20.07.2018 12:00
    • Dispatch Invitations Date = 10.05.2016
    • Language
    • EN
    • Conditions For Opening Tenders
    • Date Time
    • 20
    • 7
    • 2018
    • 12:00
    • No Existence Authorised Persons
  • Section VI: Complementary information
    • VI.1) Information about recurrenceThis is a recurrent procurement: no
    • Relates To Eu Project No
    • VI.3) Additional information
    • I.1) Name, addresses and contact point(s).
    • Address: Please refer to details in the Tender Pack.
    • Notice Dispatch Date = 10.05.2016