Archived Tenders of Oxfordshire County Council

Archived Tenders of Oxfordshire County Council

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

United Kingdom

House Project - Providing Forever Homes For Care Leavers In Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire County Council Are Inviting New And Current Providers To Consider Responding To These Questions In Relation To The Scope And Future Contract Arrangements.

Opening Date

07 Jul 2022

Closing Date

22 Jul 2022

Tender Amount

NA

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

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The Council Delivers Services Throughout Oxfordshire Through A Wide Range Of Buildings, E.g. County Hall, Fire Stations, Libraries, Schools, Etc. The Buildings Are Managed By The Joint Property Team Within The Commercial Development Assets And Investments Team. The Scope Of The Opportunity Is To Undertake Conditional And Energy Surveys Of Maintained School Buildings Within Oxfordshire As Described In Appendix 1 The Service Is Required To Ensure That The Council Understands The Current Condition And Energy Performance Of Its School Portfolio To Support Future Programmes Of Works And Grant Bids To Ensure That The Buildings Are Suitable For Future Operational Activity. The Proposal Is To Engage With One Contractor To Deliver This Service. The Estimated Contract Value Is £450,000

Opening Date

01 Jul 2022

Closing Date

01 Aug 2022

Tender Amount

EUR 450 K (USD 458.9 K)

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

United Kingdom

The Council Is Commissioning A Healthwatch Service For Oxfordshire, As Required Under The Social Care Act 2021. Oxfordshire County Council Has A Legal Requirement To Commission Healthwatch Services As Per The Social Care Act 2012. The Service Must Carry Out Particular Activities As Set Out Below: 1. Promote And Support The Involvement Of Local People In The Commissioning, The Provision And Scrutiny Of Local Care Services. 2. Enable Local People To Monitor The Standard Of Provision Of Local Care Services And Whether And How Local Care Services Could And Ought To Be Improved; 3. Obtain The Views Of Local People Regarding Their Needs For, And Experiences Of, Local Care Services And Importantly To Make These Views Known; 4. Make Reports And Recommendations About How Local Care Services Could Or Ought To Be Improved. These Should Be Directed To Commissioners And Providers Of Care Services, And People Responsible For Managing Or Scrutinising Local Care Services And Shared With Healthwatch England. 5. Provide Advice And Information About Access To Local Care Services So Choices Can Be Made About Local Care Services; 6. Formulate Views On The Standard Of Provision And Whether And How The Local Care Services Could And Ought To Be Improved; And Share These Views With Healthwatch England. 7. Make Recommendations To Healthwatch England To Advise The Care Quality Commission To Conduct Special Reviews Or Investigations (or, Where The Circumstances Justify Doing So, Making Such Recommendations Direct To The Cqc); And To Make Recommendations To Healthwatch England To Publish Reports About Particular Issues. 8. Provide Healthwatch England With The Intelligence And Insight It Needs To Enable It To Perform Effectively. These Outcomes Will Be Delivered By: • Advocating For High-quality And Timely Inclusion Of Oxfordshire Residents And Service Users In Local Decision-making Processes, Including Informal And Formal Processes; • Conducting At Least One Major Or Two Small Projects Into The Quality Of Local Health And/or Care Services Annually; Making Recommendations For Service Improvements Where Necessary. • Maintaining A Regular Outreach Programme With Members Of The Public, Service-users And Voluntary Sector Partners; • Working In Partnership With Voluntary Sector Colleagues To Engage With Seldom Heard Groups; • Routinely Analysing Ongoing Feedback Received From Our Outreach Programme Or Through Unsolicited Feedback, Reporting The Findings To Local Providers And Commissioners; • Working With Partners To Ensure An Effective Information Sharing And Signposting Function; • Working Closely With Local Cqc Inspectors To Provide Evidence To Their Inspection Programme; • Actively Reporting To Or Participating In Local Oversight Committees, Including But Not Limited To The Health & Wellbeing Board And Joint Health Overview And Scrutiny Committee.

Opening Date

25 Aug 2022

Closing Date

16 Sep 2022

Tender Amount

EUR 1.4 Million (USD 1.4 Million)

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

United Kingdom

The Council Is Commissioning A Healthwatch Service For Oxfordshire, As Required Under The Social Care Act 2021.oxfordshire County Council Has A Legal Requirement To Commission Healthwatch Services As Per The Social Care Act 2012. The Service Must Carry Out Particular Activities As Set Out Below:1. Promote And Support The Involvement Of Local People In The Commissioning, The Provision And Scrutiny Of Local Care Services.2. Enable Local People To Monitor The Standard Of Provision Of Local Care Services And Whether And How Local Care Services Could And Ought To Be Improved;3. Obtain The Views Of Local People Regarding Their Needs For, And Experiences Of, Local Care Services And Importantly To Make These Views Known;4. Make Reports And Recommendations About How Local Care Services Could Or Ought To Be Improved. These Should Be Directed To Commissioners And Providers Of Care Services, And People Responsible For Managing Or Scrutinising Local Care Services And Shared With Healthwatch England.5. Provide Advice And Information About Access To Local Care Services So Choices Can Be Made About Local Care Services;6. Formulate Views On The Standard Of Provision And Whether And How The Local Care Services Could And Ought To Be Improved; And Share These Views With Healthwatch England.7. Make Recommendations To Healthwatch England To Advise The Care Quality Commission To Conduct Special Reviews Or Investigations (or, Where The Circumstances Justify Doing So, Making Such Recommendations Direct To The Cqc); And To Make Recommendations To Healthwatch England To Publish Reports About Particular Issues.8. Provide Healthwatch England With The Intelligence And Insight It Needs To Enable It To Perform Effectively.these Outcomes Will Be Delivered By:• Advocating For High-quality And Timely Inclusion Of Oxfordshire Residents And Service Users In Local Decision-making Processes, Including Informal And Formal Processes;• Conducting At Least One Major Or Two Small Projects Into The Quality Of Local Health And/or Care Services Annually; Making Recommendations For Service Improvements Where Necessary.• Maintaining A Regular Outreach Programme With Members Of The Public, Service-users And Voluntary Sector Partners;• Working In Partnership With Voluntary Sector Colleagues To Engage With Seldom Heard Groups;• Routinely Analysing Ongoing Feedback Received From Our Outreach Programme Or Through Unsolicited Feedback, Reporting The Findings To Local Providers And Commissioners;• Working With Partners To Ensure An Effective Information Sharing And Signposting Function;• Working Closely With Local Cqc Inspectors To Provide Evidence To Their Inspection Programme;• Actively Reporting To Or Participating In Local Oversight Committees, Including But Not Limited To The Health & Wellbeing Board And Joint Health Overview And Scrutiny Committee.

Opening Date

26 Aug 2022

Closing Date

16 Sep 2022

Tender Amount

NA

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

United Kingdom

The Council Is Inviting Bids From Tree Surgeons Who Wish To Be A Part Of A Multi- Supplier Tree Care Framework. This Framework Will Be Used By The Council When Tree Works Are Required, To Call Off The Framework And Award Work To Suppliers.this Framework Will Be Open For Oxfordshire County Council And The Local Authorities Within Oxfordshire To Buy From.please Note, As Per The Tender Documentation, A Bidders Afternoon Will Be Held On 24th August 2022, Between 14:00-15:30 Hours. This Will Be A Q&a Session And It Will Be Held At County Hall, Oxford, Ox1 1nd. The Session Will Be Recorded/minutes And The Recording/minutes Will Be Circulated To All Potential Bidders Via The South East Business Portal Shortly After The Event. Attendance Is Optional But Encouraged. If You Are Planning To Attend, Please Email Amy.keylock@oxfordshire.gov.uk To Confirm Your Attendance.

Opening Date

12 Aug 2022

Closing Date

16 Sep 2022

Tender Amount

NA

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

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Street Sweeping Treatment I-1508

Opening Date

28 May 2022

Closing Date

04 Jul 2022

Tender Amount

NA

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

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Oxfordshire Apprenticeship Approved Providers List

Opening Date

14 Jun 2022

Closing Date

13 Jul 2022

Tender Amount

NA

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

United Kingdom

Education & Learning Improvement Services (open Framework)

Opening Date

14 Jun 2022

Closing Date

13 Jul 2022

Tender Amount

NA

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

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Tenders Are Invited For The Provision Of The Recycling/treatment Of Municipal Street Sweeper Waste Collected By Waste Collection Authorities (wcas) In Oxfordshire. This Opportunity Is For The Provision Of A Recycling/treatment Facility Only. The Contract(s) Requires The Contractor To Accept Waste Direct Delivered To The Recycling/treatment Facility Or Dewatered And Bulk Hauled To The Recycling/treatment Facility.

Opening Date

27 May 2022

Closing Date

07 Jul 2022

Tender Amount

EUR 1.5 Million (USD 1.5 Million)

Oxfordshire County Council Tender

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Our Vision Is That Every Child And Young Person In Oxfordshire Should Have Access To A Full Range Of Housing Services And The Opportunity For A Decent And Affordable Home Suitable To Their Needs; And That Vulnerable Families Should Be Enabled To Live In Safe And Suitable Housing As A Basis For Supportive Family Relationships And Thriving Communities. The Objectives Of The Ypsa Are For Young People: • To Be In Accommodation Suitable For Their Needs • To Be Supported To Maintain Their Accommodation Appropriately • To Feel Safe And Are Protected From Harm • To Engage In Education, Employment And Training • To Be Supported To Live Healthier Lives • To Be Equipped With The Skills Necessary To Live Independently. • To Be Supported To Prevent Homelessness / Reoccurrence Of Homelessness • To Be Supported To Build Appropriate And Positive Relationships And Links To Their Local Communities And Family Members (where It Is Safe) • To Be Moved On In A Planned Manner, Without Reoccurrence Of Homelessness The County Council Has A Statutory Duty To Provide Housing And Support For The Following Vulnerable Young People: • Looked After (lac) And Leaving Care Aged 16 To 18 Years Or Up To 24 Years In Some Circumstances. • Unaccompanied Asylum-seeking Children (uasc) Aged 16 And 17 Years. • Uasc Of 18 To 21 Years With No Recourse To Public Funds Subject To A Human Rights Assessment. • Young People Who Are Homeless Aged 16 And 17 Years. • Young People Remanded Through The Youth Justice System Aged 16 And 17 Years. This Project Is Specifically For 18+ Shared Accommodation. Occ Are Seeking A Suitable Supplier To Provide Intensive Support And Accommodation For Young People Who Are Assessed As Able To Live With Others Given Appropriate Support. This Will Be The Large Majority Of Young People Entering Commissioned Ypsa Services.

Opening Date

14 Jul 2022

Closing Date

15 Aug 2022

Tender Amount

NA
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