Tender Opportunities

Posted in: Tenders

Below are some tender opportunities that may be of interest to social enterprise / third sector organisations to apply for either individually or in partnership with private sector organisations. You may be required to register at the linked to websites to view the full information or to register an interest.

Support Services for Children and Young People  – Future Contract Opportunity for Edinburgh City Council

This is a Soft Market Test (Disability) exercise to gain an understanding of the market readiness for Self-directed Support implementation in April 2014. Interested parties will be asked to consider how they propose to meet the requirements of the SDS agenda by ensuring children, young people and their families can be in control of the support which they require and how this support can ensure an outcomes focussed approach.

Providers noting interest will be requested to complete an on-line survey to support the City of Edinburgh Council to fully understand what is currently available in the market, what preparation providers of support services have made to implement the changes and what flexibility is available in levels of service available to families.

Full information.

Independent Advocacy and Mediation Services – Renfrewshire Council

It is intended to award one or more contracts for the provision of an independent advocacy service for adults; an independent advocacy service for children who are looked after (subject to a statutory order through the children’s hearing) and in need; and an independent mediation service in the context of education services.
CPV: 85000000, 85300000, 85310000, 80000000, 98110000.

Full information.

Community Health Activity (South Glasgow) – NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

The Glasgow City CHP, South Sector is seeking a dynamic organisation(s), or partnership of organisations, to deliver community based health improvement activity that will complement its strategic direction and the work of its own staff and many partners.
It is expected that flexible, culturally appropriate approaches will be used and that the interested organisations will demonstrate a sophisticated understanding of the pattern of inequalities in the South Sector and of the barriers in working in communities with high levels of deprivation.

For all operational strands, service delivery will comprise the promotion, participant recruitment, delivery, co-ordination, evaluation and administration of the service in its entirety.

The core budget for this service is £120,000 per annum. The initial term of the contract is one (1) year commencing 1st April 2014 to 31st March 2015 with the option to extend for a maximum of twenty-four (24) months thereafter.

Full information.