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06 Feb 201730 Nov 2026
DPS 3 - Supply of community equipment for Simple Aids
Croydon Council is seeking to engage suppliers of community equipment to the Integrated Procurement Hub (IPH) hosted by Croydon Council. The IPH is a shared service arrangement, whereby a number of local authorities have pooled their procurement of community equipment in to a single shared arrangement whereby Croydon Council acts as lead contracting authority procuring the Goods for and on behalf of itself and its Local Authority partners. This pooled requirement includes the community equipment that the Council and its local authority partners require as a result of performing health functions delegated to them by NHS bodies as part of their integrated commissioning arrangements. This tender process is being carried out in accordance with the provisions of Regulation 34 of the Public Contracts Regulations (PCR) 2015 relating to the procurement of a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the purchase of the Goods.
Location : Croydon, England, United Kingdom
03 Feb 201712 Sep 2018
Disability Services Provider Panel Request for Registration
To ensure that people with disability have a choice of quality service providers, the Disability Services Commission has implemented the Disability Services Provider Panel – Request for Registration. This process establishes a potential provider’s suitability to deliver services to people with disability who have individual funding packages and determines their compliance with mandatory quality requirements. Through the registration process successful respondents will be deemed to be ‘registered’ and prequalified to be on the Disability Services Provider Panel (DSPP).
Location : Western Australia, Australia
18 May 201631 Mar 2018
Clinical Services
WHO ARE WE? ACC is a crown entity and is governed by a Board appointed by the Minister for ACC. The ACC Scheme provides comprehensive, no fault cover for accidental injury for all New Zealand citizens, residents and visitors. When injury does occur, ACC gives people access to a range of medical, financial and other support aimed at helping them return to work and everyday life as quickly and fully as possible. ACC works to reduce the overall incidence and impact of injury in New Zealand, through delivery of injury prevention, rehabilitation and compensation services.
Location : Auckland, New Zealand
19 Apr 201631 Oct 2018
Hand Therapy Services
The ACC Hand Therapy Services contract is an open contract that can be applied for by appropriately qualified vendors at any time. The current Hand Therapy Services contract will be issued until it’s expiry date of 31 October 2018. ACC reserves it’s right to review it’s continued contracting arrangement with Hand Therapy Service providers upon expiry of this contract. Notifications regarding the Hand Therapy Services contract will be made through the GETS website.
Location : New Zealand
16 Jun 201530 Jun 2019
Open Panel for Specialist Auditing Advice and Support
The Ministry of Health (“the Ministry”) is seeking to establish an open panel of suppliers to provide Specialist Auditing Advice and Support on an ‘as required’ basis. Please note the Ministry does not guarantee any level of work for any panel supplier.
Location : New Zealand
01 Apr 201529 Mar 2020
Onshore Panel Physician Network - Standing Notice
In March 2015 the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) established an onshore panel physician network of medical and radiology clinics to complete medical examinations for Immigration New Zealand visa applicants. The clinics use an online immigration health processing system called eMedical. This Onshore Panel Physician Network is an ‘open’ panel and clinics may be added during the term of the contract (1/4/2015 - 29/3/2020) where a need is identified, provided the clinic provider meets MBIE’s mandatory requirements for being part of the panel network. Additional clinics may be required to fill a regional gap, to replace clinics removed from the panel or as needs change and additional capacity is required.
Location : New Zealand
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