Website Development Contract – South East London Integrated Care System
South East London CCG is seeking bids from providers for the Provision of South East London Integrated Care System Website Development.
Provision of South East London Integrated Care System Website Development
South East London CCG
- IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support – 72000000
Location of contract
Value of contract
£30,000 to £60,000
21 May 2021
28 May 2021
Contract start date
1 June 2021
Contract end date
31 October 2022
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South East London CCG is seeking bids from providers for the Provision of South East London Integrated Care System Website Development. The anticipated contract value is expected to be £30,000 to £60,000 for the duration of the contract. The Contract is expected to commence in early June 2021, with the deadline for website delivery in the first week of October 2021, and a subsequent 12-month maintenance contract to be agreed. There is an option to extend on-going support and maintenance element of the contract for further 12 months at the sole discretion of the Authority.
Our Healthier South East London (OHSEL) is a partnership of health and care organisations responsible for looking after the health and care of the 1.9 million people living in Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark.
The partnership is made up of NHS South East London Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Trust providers, Local Authorities, other health and care providers, alongside voluntary and third sector organisations.
In 2019 OHSEL became London’s first integrated care system. South East London Integrated Care System (ICS) brings together local health and care organisations and local councils to re-design care and improve population health, through shared leadership and collective action. The aim of South East London ICS is to build on the collaboration of the partners to date through Our Healthier South East London by addressing three problems in local healthcare:
• The health and wellbeing gap – people should be helped to lead healthier and longer lives
• The care and quality gap – variation in the accessibility and quality of care should be improved
• The funding and efficiency gap – the NHS must become more efficient and make better use of the money available
It has recently been announced that integrated care systems will become statutory bodies in 2022 if legislation is passed later this year (exact timings still TBC). Current proposals envisage an ICS to be made up of an ICS Health and Care Partnership, bringing together the NHS, local government and partners, and an ICS NHS Body. The latter will be responsible for the day to day running of the ICS, while the ICS Health and Care Partnership will focus on bringing together systems to support integration and develop a plan to address the systems’ health, public health, and social care needs.
The South East London ICS is our vehicle for delivering system transformation and achieving our goals of reducing health inequalities and achieving system sustainability. Therefore, developing the public and partner understanding of OHSEL Integrated Care System is crucial.
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- The Contract is expected to commence in early June 2021, with the deadline for website delivery in the first week of October 2021, and a subsequent 12-month maintenance contract to be agreed.
Bidders are requested to review the contents of the Request For Quotation guidance document carefully, register their organisation, and express their interest in the RFQ via the e-tendering portal (ProContract). RFQ documentation can be accessed following initial registration and expression of interest via the e-tendering portal:
Any reference to “the e-tendering portal” should be considered reflective of the above web address.
The RFQ has been issued through the e-tendering portal. All Bidders wishing to participate must complete and submit Bids that comply with the requirements set out in the RFQ document. Bidders are required to complete the Bid Response Document (Section E of the RFQ document) and upload it and any attachments as indicated, onto the e-tendering portal before the deadline for submission of bids specified in the RFQ document.
The advertisement on Procontract Portal can be accessed by https://procontract.due-north.com/ProjectManagement/ProjectDashboard?projectId=d06fda12-9fb8-eb11-810c-005056b64545
The deadline for the submission of quotation is Friday 28 May 2021 at 17:00
How to apply
Follow the instructions given in the description or the more information section.