HS2 Behavioural Assessment Contract
Analysis, Development and Delivery of Behavioural Assessment Activities.
HIGH SPEED TWO (HS2) LIMITED
Construction and Real Estate, Printing and Publishing
Location of contract
Value of contract (£)
£0 – £300,000
02 March 2016
21 March 2016
Contract start date
12 April 2016
Contract end date
11 April 2017
High Speed Two (HS2) is one of the most ambitious and challenging engineering projects ever undertaken in the UK. HS2 Ltd believes that the prospect of achieving successful outcomes will depend not only upon outstanding technical solutions but will also require exemplary competence in collaborative working and other associated competences and behaviours. HS2 Ltd recognises the importance of building the right relationships with its supply chain as a key to effective delivery and intends to adopt a model of developing collaborative working that encompasses the procurement, mobilisation and delivery of all significant contracts. Behavioural assessment is an important tool that will be utilised throughout the life of these contracts; to provide the evidence to support the selection of successful Tenderers and to provide material from both the HS2 Ltd and its supply chain on which to base relationship building programmes. HS2 Ltd requires the provision of a Behavioural Analyst to support the Phase Two Procurement Team on two procurements: •Phase Two Development Partner (P2DP); and •Phase Two Civils Design and Environmental Services PSCs (P2PSC). The Behavioural Analyst shall provide the scope of services under the headings of Preparation Phase, Procurement Phase and General (full scope of services is detailed in the attached specification: Preparation Phase •Develop two contract specific competency frameworks; •Support development of two ITT technical evaluation criteria and weightings; •Develop and design an assessment plan; and •Support HS2 Ltd’s Procurement Team during assurance and governance procedures. Procurement Phase •Support HS2 Ltd Procurement Team during the procurement process; •Finalise design and prepare for assessment activities; •Implement assessment activities, evaluate and record Tenderer performance; •Support development of Recommendation to Award (RTA); •Support Procurement Team through RTA assurance and governance procedures; •Assessment debriefs; and •Transfer of knowledge, handover of materials and outputs. General •Project management & administration. Tenderers must be able to demonstrate:- •That your organisation is accredited to ISO10667-2 or a recognised equivalent standard for Behavioural Assessments. (Pass / Fail) •The organisation has successfully worked on construction projects greater than £100 million. •Behavioural Analysts are accredited and qualified in the use of behavioural assessment tools to BS10667-2 standard; or equivalent. Full criteria can be found in The Instructions to Tenderers.
e-tendering portal (Bravo)
Scope of Services
(02) Scope of Services Phase Two DP PSCs – Behavioural Analyst 010316.docx
Terms and Conditions
Appendix C HS2 Std Conditions of Contract.docx
Guidance notes to Tenderers
(01) Guidance notes to Tenderers Behavioural Analyst 010316.docx
How to apply All potential suppliers must obtain details of the Invitation to Tender (ITT) and submit their tender through the HS2 eSourcing portal. All potential suppliers are required to express an interest by registering on the HS2 eSourcing portal (www.hs2.bravosolution.co.uk). Registering is only required once. Registering: Potential supplier should browse to the HS2 eSourcing portal and complete the following: a) Click the ‘click here to register’ link. b) Accept the terms and conditions and click ‘continue’. c) Enter your business and user details. d) Note the username you use and click ‘save’ when complete. e) You will then receive an e-mail with your unique password. Access to the ITT: a) Login to the HS2 eSourcing portal with your unique username and password. b) Click on the ‘ITTs open to all suppliers’ link. c) Click on the relevant titled ITT item. d) Click the ‘express interest’ button in the ‘actions’ box on the left hand side of the page (this will move the ITT pack into the applicants ‘my ITT’ box). This is a secure area for projects only. e) Click on the ITT code. The applicant can now access any attachments by clicking the ‘settings and buyer attachments’ in the actions box. f) Download the documents relating to the ITT. Click ‘attachments’ on the left hand side. The number in brackets refers to number of documents that need to be downloaded. Click on the bold and underlined filename. Select ‘save’ and store on your PC. Responding to the ITT: a) Instructions on completing the ITT through the eSourcing Portal are contained in the ITT documents. For further assistance contact the BravoSolution helpdesk which is available Monday to Friday (8:00 am to 18:00 pm) GMT on: a) email – firstname.lastname@example.org or b) telephone +44 8003684850.
Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.