NEL CSU

Health and Justice Temporary Estate

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Important dates
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Published Saturday 7 April 2018
Deadline for asking questions Friday 13 April 2018 at 11:59pm GMT
Closing date for applications Saturday 21 April 2018 at 11:59pm GMT

Overview

Overview
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Summary of the work In Temporary Places of Custody there is a programme to ensure that detainees receive equity of care whilst being temporarily detained.
Latest start date Tuesday 1 May 2018
Expected contract length 3 months
Location London
Organisation the work is for NEL CSU
Budget range £200k including expenses and VAT

About the work

About the work
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Why the work is being done To ensure detainee’s in temporary places of detention receive the same medical care and treatment as a person outside of temporary custody. In addition to this, to ensure continuity of care for any detainee in the criminal justice system. To aid this approach, any healthcare professional within this setting, should have the means of connecting via the HSCN network, utilising an NHS PC and Smartcard to connect to NHS SPINE services.
Problem to be solved Partner required to support the programme team with the following services:
Supporting the programme outcomes
Supporting Governance throughout the programme
Supporting the objectives of all Projects within the overall programme
Supporting the programmes team by utilising an industry standard project management methodology i.e. PRINCE 2 across multiple projects
Data Gathering to ensure all service user are engaged and their requirements documented and defined with appropriate assurance and sign off
Ability to issue NHS Smartcards
Who the users are and what they need to do There are approx. 200 places of detention e.g. Police Custody suites and courts in England. There are various healthcare provider, both private and public sector providing care in the temporary estate.
Early market engagement n/a
Any work that’s already been done There are many live projects currently underway by the operational delivery team. The work we require from this outcome framework is partially done by the operational teams on a project by project basis rather than managed centrally in a cohesive and comprehensive fashion.
Existing team The existing operational delivery team is a blend of FTEs complemented by contract staff and specialist companies.
Current phase Live

Work setup

Work setup
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Address where the work will take place St Leonard's Hospital, Nuttal Rd, London, N1 5LZ

This is the main office base but any staff engaged must be willing to travel nationwide for meetings etc at short notice if required.
Working arrangements Onsite at the office at St Leonard's Hospital is required, apart from when attendance at meetings is required elsewhere.
Security clearance All staff engaged on the programme must be security cleared to:

• Warwickshire Police security clearance
• Metropolitan Police security clearance

Additional information

Additional information
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Additional terms and conditions standard contract

Skills and experience

Buyers will use the essential and nice-to-have skills and experience to help them evaluate suppliers’ technical competence.

Skills and experience
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Essential skills and experience
  • Have demonstrable success in the delivery of NHS networks and ICT infrastructure projects within the last 36 months, using industry standard methodologies, processes and procedures in Police Custody and Courts
  • Demonstrable experience of matrix-managing a multi-disciplinary programme team within the last 12 months.
  • Have demonstrable experience in reporting, planning, risk, dependency, financial and change management aspects of a healthcare projects in Police Custody and Courts within the last 24 months
  • Demonstrable expertise in the transition of projects into a live service environment within the last 24 months
  • Experience of working in places of detention delivering ICT networks, infrastructure and services
  • Experience and knowledge of design and implementing an ICT refresh solution in Police Custody Healthcare
  • Experience and knowledge of design and implementing and electronic medical record (EMR) in Police Custody, Courts and CRC organisations.
  • Demonstrate a detailed understanding of criminal justice pathways and the role and position of healthcare delivery within those pathways
  • Extensive experience of project management of SPINE compliant NHS Electronic Medical Records Systems
  • Experience in the last 12 months of project managing integrated clinical systems for police custody, courts and liaison and diversion services
  • Experience in the last 12 months of working with various organisations including the Police Information Governance (IG) teams and demonstrate projects undertaken that had a substantial IG element.
Nice-to-have skills and experience Describe your organisation approach to working with ex-service users (ex-offenders) and how you have developed relationship with organisations and charities who work in this sector.

How suppliers will be evaluated

How suppliers will be evaluated
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How many suppliers to evaluate 3
Proposal criteria
  • Team structure, organisational make-up and quality of submitted CVs.
  • Essential skills and experience
  • Nice-to-have skills and experience
  • Service quality - how do they ensure they are providing the right people for the job, how do they assure quality of delivery during the work package
  • Breadth of services provision - ability to flex levels, numbers, and skillsets of resources provided, to remain aligned to NEL CSU needs as the work progresses
  • Technical and project management approach/solutions
  • Quality and suitability of proposed solution/approach to NEL CSU’s request
  • Description of how incoming service will integrate with existing delivery teams
  • Value for money of the proposed solution. Innovation (any alternative proposals to deliver the services or to improve the quality of the services delivered).
Cultural fit criteria
  • Collaborate well with various senior key stakeholders across multiple organisations
  • Offer and demonstrate a flexible approach
  • Operate with sensitivity and inclusiveness in a workplace with mixed skills and experience
  • Provide an honest and transparent approach in all actions and decisions
  • Work across organisational boundaries in a very demanding, high-output environment.
  • Behave with integrity at all times
Payment approach Capped time and materials
Assessment methods Written proposal
Evaluation weighting

Technical competence

60%

Cultural fit

20%

Price

20%

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