Pipeline Framework: Intensive Support – People Living With HIV
A pipeline has been launched for Intensive Support – People Living With HIV.The contract start Date is 01 April 2019. Approach to market date is 18 February 2019.Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP) is currently developing its service specification in preparation for commissioning an Intensive Support for People Living with HIV Service. GMHSCP is undertaking market engagement in order to seek the views and opinions of those organisations that may be interested in helping to deliver the service. The purpose of this engagement is to inform the market of GMHSCP’s intention to procure the service, and to assess the level of interest from capable providers who may be interested in delivering an Intensive Support for People Living with HIV Service in the near future. The contract duration will be 2.5 years and total contract value will be in the region of £145,000 and is expected to cover the cost of salaries and travel expenses only.It is possible that this potential contract opportunity may be subject to a competitive procurement process to enable GMHSCP to identify the most suitable and qualified provider to deliver the service and at this stage, GMHSCP is only looking to gauge potential interest. Any such procurement process is likely to commence in early 2019 to enable service commencement in Spring 2019. Responses to this Expression of Interest will be used to inform the contract approach. A lack of interest being expressed in response to this invitation, may be taken as evidence by GMHSCP that a competitive process is not required. Attached to this advert is a draft service specification and providers wishing to express an interest should register on and look for tender reference 34483, to enable them to express their interest no later than 4pm on 18th Feb 2019. For any technical support, please contact the e-tendering helpdesk on 0800 840 2050 or firstname.lastname@example.orgThis is a potential opportunity from the government, and the pipeline gives advance notice of an opportunity that might be offered by the public sector in the future – allowing potential suppliers to plan accordingly. When a public sector organisation publishes a pipeline notice, it does not necessarily mean that an opportunity will be offered in the future.For more information contact: NHS Shared Business Services, Broadway, Salford M50 2UW. Tel: 0161 212 3935. Email: email@example.com (Kathryn Farquhar)
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