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United Kingdom-Newport: Social work services without accommodation
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Provision of care and support services for adults living in supported accommodation via a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS).
The Authority is seeking to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System for the provision of care and support services for adults living in tenanted supported accommodation.
The DPS will be used as the mechanism through which the Council will procure care and support services for adults living in supported accommodation which places a strong emphasis on outcomes for adults, so that their needs and aspirations can be met. The DPS is being established to enable greater choice, flexibility and personalisation for adults needing services, as well to drive improvements in quality in the market. It is a key priority of the Council to protect the most vulnerable by taking a person-centred approach, helping residents to enjoy a good quality of life and supporting people to live as independently as they can in their own communities whenever possible. The DPS is to go live on 16.10.2017 and will operate for a period of 48 months with the option to extend for a further period of up to 24 months.
Isle of Wight.
The DPS is to procure care and support for a person with eligible care needs who lives in tenanted supported accommodation. The individual is personally responsible for funding their accommodation. The DPS will place a strong emphasis on outcomes, so that a person's needs and aspirations can be met.
The DPS is being established to enable greater choice, flexibility and personalisation for adults needing services, as well as to drive improvements in quality in the market. It is a key priority of the Council to protect the most vulnerable by taking a person-centred approach, helping residents on the island to enjoy a good quality of life and supporting people to live as independently as they can in their own communities wherever possible. Potential suppliers will first be required to go through an accreditation and enrolment process which sets out the minimum quality standards required to join the DPS. If successful in meeting these minimum standards, the supplier will be enrolled on to the DPS system and will be able to start offering to deliver supported living services for adults.
Service agreements raised under the DPS can commence at any time during the lifetime of the DPS. Suppliers can join the DPS at any time throughout its lifetime.
Duration in months: 48 (with an option to extend for a further 24).
The DPS will operate using sproc.net hosted by adam. The current use of sproc.net to utilise the Dynamic Purchasing System will end on 30.11.2019 but this is subject to review. It is possible that the system used to operate the DPS may, therefore, change during the lifetime of the DPS.
There will be the option to extend the DPS for up to a further 24 months, at the sole discretion of the Council.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Please refer to the accreditation and enrolment criteria, contract documents and procurement documents available at http://demand.sproc.net
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The Freedom of Information Act (FOI) 2000 which came into force on 1.1.2005 applies to the Authority. If any tenderer considers that any information supplied by them is either commercially sensitive or confidential in nature, this should be highlighted and the reasons for its sensitivity specified. In such cases the relevant material will, in response to FOI requests, be examined in light of exemptions provided for in this act. The contract(s) shall be made in English and according to English Law and subject to the jurisdiction of the English Courts. Any values set out herein are indicative are indicative and are given for the whole potential DPS period including the possible extension period and the Authority does not guarantee any volumes of business.
The current use of sproc.net to utilise the DPS will end on 30.11.2019. Details regarding any changes to the location of the Procurement documents will be published as soon as this is known.