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Royaume-Uni-Winchester: Services de santé et services sociaux
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Section I: Pouvoir adjudicateur
Section II: Objet
Help To Live at Home Open Framework.
The Help to Live at Home Open Framework has been developed by Hampshire County Council (The Council), in conjunction with The Council's partners (the 5 Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG's), current providers of Homecare services), to help meet the challenges of providing Adults' home-care services over the next 5-7 years. It is an opportunity for providers to work with The Council and CCG's to develop these services in Hampshire moving forward.
The Open framework has been set up to be used for personal care and support services by both the Council and the CCG's. The services under the Open Framework cover the Council's domiciliary care requirements (including the replacement of the Care at Home service), reablement services (currently contracted as REACT), the care element of extra care and the CCGs Continuing Healthcare requirements. This is not a comprehensive list and the Open Framework will be flexible to capture emerging requirements throughout it's lifetime.
The Open Framework is a multiple stage process conducted under the ‘light touch regime’ (details of the light touch regime can be found in section VI.3) of this notice). The first stage for Providers interested in delivering work through this Open Framework is to register with In-Tend as detailed in section VI.3 and then complete an enrolment questionnaire. The enrolment questionnaire will require providers to submit details relating to their organisation which will be assessed by the Council and successful providers will be admitted onto the Open Framework. The Open framework will always be open meaning that providers can apply at any time and providers who have previously been unsuccessful may re-apply once they have taken any corrective action..
Being accepted onto the Open Framework is no guarantee of work, but will allow providers to view and tender for Call-Off contracts for both The Council and the CCG's. Call-off contracts may be available at any point during the life of the Open Framework and will only be available for those providers on the Open Framework. Specific details for individual services will be published at call-off stage, this will include pricing, contract length, specification and call-off terms and conditions. Tenders submitted at call-off stage will be assessed against appropriate criteria relating to how the provider will deliver the specific opportunity. Call-Offs terms and conditions will take precedent over the Open Framework terms and conditions.
Some of the services likely to be called-off the Open Framework are detailed in the short description however the Open Framework will be flexible to accommodate emerging requirements as well.
Services called off this Open Framework will require CQC registration for Personal Care.
There is an option to extend for up to a further 2 years at the end of the initial 5 year period.
Section III: Renseignements d’ordre juridique, économique, financier et technique
Please refer to the procurement documentation.
Section IV: Procédure
Section VI: Renseignements complémentaires
How to obtain enrolment documents
In order to view the enrolment documentation, please go to the procurement portal:
Select the tab ‘Tenders’ then select ‘current’ from the drop-down list. Search for the reference number ‘AS08860’ using the search box on the left hand side of the page and press enter.
The enrolment documents can be accessed by selecting ‘View Details’ at the bottom of the relevant advert. When the new page opens click the ‘Express Interest’ button at the bottom of the page. If you are not logged in then you will have to log in or register your company at this point. You will receive a confirmation that you have expressed an interest.
Once in the tender management page, select the 2nd tab (Enrolment), scroll down the page where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Documents Received — Main’. Select ‘View’ to view or ‘download’ to download the documents.
In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download and upload documents / returns and if required, how to register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-Tend website under the ‘Help’ and ‘Information for Suppliers’ buttons. Hampshire County Council is willing to support providers with the enrolment process. Any providers who require support should contact the Council through the Hampshire County Council point of contact identified in section 1 of this notice.
Receiving Notification Emails:
To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain ‘@in-tend.co.uk’ to your Safe Senders list.
‘Light Touch regime’
Part 2, Chapter 3 Section 7 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 allow contracting authorities to develop bespoke procurement vehicles to be applied in respect of the award of contracts. As set out in ii.2.4) Description of the Procurement The Council has therefore developed an ‘Open framework’ to procure personal care services.
As set out in the public contracts directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council.