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United Kingdom-Cambridge: Accounting, auditing and fiscal services
Modification of a contract/concession during its term
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Main address: www.eoecph.nhs.uk
Section II: Object
EOECPH is awarding a framework for the supply audit services relevant to publicly funded bodies including but not limited to NHS organisations. This will include the supply of External Audit, Internal Audit, Counter Fraud Services, Internal and Counter Fraud and Business/Consultancy services to compliment and support the other lots of the framework. This contract is available for use by all publicly funded entities in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland who are or may become customers of EOECPH and our Partners.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract/concession
Section VI: Complementary information
Section VII: Modifications to the contract/concession
This notice is a modification to a Contract in accordance with Article of Directive 2014/24/EU Art 72 for audit and business audit consultancy services. This is a 12 month extension to the existing contract awarded for audit and business audit consultancy support services, for publicly funded (in whole or in part) entities in the UK as identified within the original advert.
The East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub appointed thirteen (13) suitably qualified audit service providers to the framework lots to provide:
— Lot 1: External Audit services which may include Charitable funds,
— Lot 2: Internal Audit Services,
— Lot 3: Counter Fraud Services,
— Lot 4: Combined Internal Audit and Counter Fraud,
— Lot 5: Business / Consultancy Audit Services.
OJEU reference 2015/S 048-084018 with an OJEU Publication date of 4.3.2015.
Extension of the original 48 month framework contract for a further period of 12 months, so that the contract will end on the 31.1.2020.
Due to unforeseen circumstances a key member of the procurement team requires unplanned surgery. This staff shortage impacts on the on ability of the Authority's procurement team to complete contract renewals within the existing programme of contract renewal work. This 12-month extension supports the Authority in managing existing and future Contracting Activity.