Civil Aviation Authority Medical Services Market Engagement
Following a public consultation, the CAA has confirmed it is committed to exploring options for the way it currently provides medical services to the aviation industry including its AeroMedical Centre and the non core functions of the Authority Medical Section.
CAA INTERNATIONAL LTD
Location of contract
18 March 2015
The CAA is the UK’s specialist aviation regulator. Following a public consultation, the CAA has confirmed it is committed to exploring options for the way it currently provides medical services to the aviation industry including its AeroMedical Centre and the non core functions of the Authority Medical Section (regulatory function). In the consultation the CAA had set out its goal for its Medical Department to operate more efficiently by focusing on its core duties. The CAA’s current view is that best practice would also be improved by separating a service delivery function from the body that regulates that function. Further information regarding the CAA’s response to consultation can be found at www.caa.co.uk/CAP1276. The total contract value has been provided as a range between £1.00 and £1500000.00, to reflect the different options that may be possible ranging from a concession contract through to a services contract. The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is issuing a notice to invite potential providers to take part in a market consultation exercise to explore possible options for the provision of medical services. The purpose of the market consultation is to understand the feasibility of the market delivering the AeroMedical Centre and some of the activities of its Authority Medical Section (AMS) and Aviation Health Unit (AHU), to generate interest from the market, gain industry feedback to help inform any tender documents, establish, where appropriate if such an option is undertaken, the best route to market (procurement process) in order to achieve our outcomes, ensure that any outcomes and contractual arrangements sought could be commercially viable. The CAA would like to meet with interested parties on Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th April 2015 at our head office in London; CAA House (nearest Tube Holborn or Temple), 45-59 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6TE. Time slots will be allocated on a first come first served basis, therefore if you are interested please contact email@example.com for further details.
Aviation House, Gatwick Airport South
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