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United Kingdom-Caernarfon: Software package and information systems

OJEU Ref

017147-2020

Type

Contract awards

Date Published

2020-01-14

Nature Of Contract

Service contract

Awarding Authority

Local authorities

Awarding Criteria

The most economic tender

Procedure

Open procedure

CONTRACT AWARD



Section I: Contracting authority

I.1) Name and addresses:
Official name: Gwynedd Council
Postal address: Transportation Services, Council Offices, Shire Hall Street
Town: Caernarfon
Postal code: LL55 1SH
Country: UK
Telephone: +44 1286679367
E-mail: cerihughesthomas@gwynedd.llyw.cymru
NUTS code: UKL12
Main address (URL): www.gwynedd.gov.uk
Address of the buyer profile (URL): http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/Search_AuthProfile.aspx?ID=AA0361
I.4) Type of the contracting authority: REGIONAL AUTHORITY

Main Activity
I.5.1) Main Activity: GENERAL PUBLIC SERVICES

Section II: Object of Contract


Title:
Provision for Young People Educated Otherwise than at School (EOTAS)
Reference number: itt_76067

II.1.4) Short description
Gwynedd Council are seeking a provider who is able to provide training and education services for young people educated otherwise than at school (‘EOTAS’) in Gwynedd and Ynys Mon.
Bilingual Education (Welsh and English Statutory) service to young people aged between 11 years and 16 years old with social, emotional, behavioural needs within Gwynedd and Anglesey.
Tenders submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourable.

Information about lots
II.1.6) This contract is divided into lots: no

Description: Item/Lot 1
NUTS code: UKL12
II.2.3.2) Main site or place of performance:
Gwynedd and Anglesey.
II.1.4) Short description
Gwynedd Council are seeking a provider who is able to provide training and education services for young people educated otherwise than at school (‘EOTAS’) in Gwynedd and Ynys Mon.
Bilingual education (Welsh and English Statutory) service to young people aged between 11 years and 16 years old with social, emotional, behavioural needs within Gwynedd and Ynys Mon.
Tenders submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourable.
II.2.5) Award criteria:

Criteria: Technical
Weighting: 75
Cost/Price
Weighting: 25



Section IV: Procedure

IV.1.1) Type of procedure: Open

IV.02.01) Notice number in the OJ S 2019/S 155-382883

Contract No:
itt_76067



Section V: Complementary information


Additional information:
Welsh Government Code of Practice:
Ethical employment in supply chains statement
The Welsh Government’s Code of Practice for ethical employment in supply chains was introduced to highlight the need, at every stage of the supply chain, to ensure good employment practices exist for all employees, both in the United Kingdom and overseas. The code also complies with UK legislation in the form of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
The code covers the following employment issues:
Modern slavery and human rights abuses
— blacklisting,
— false self-employment,
— unfair use of umbrella schemes and zero hours contracts,
— paying the living wage.
All public sector organisations have a role to play to move this agenda forward and help to eradicate unlawful and unethical employment practices. This will include raising awareness of the code with their own staff as well as their suppliers/contractors. Implementation of the commitments within the code requires the co-operation of buying/procurement staff as well as recruitment. The Council will produce an Action Plan in terms of the commitments within the code, within its review of its Sustainable Procurement Policy.
Gwynedd Council’s Cabinet approved the aims of the code in July 2018 and, to date, the Council confirms that it meets the following commitments:
— production of an ethical employment statement, available on the Council website,
— appointment of cabinet member for corporate support as ethical employment champion, along with cabinet member for housing, leisure and culture (for Modern Slavery),
— whistleblowing policy for staff to raise suspicions of any form of malpractice by its staff or suppliers/contractors working on Council premises,
— roll-out of Welsh Government’s eLearning module on the code of practice to staff involved in buying/procurement and recruitment and a record to be kept of those who have undertaken the training,
— payment of suppliers within 30 days of receipt of a valid invoice,
— no unfair use of false self-employment, umbrella schemes or zero hours contracts which would result in avoidance of tax/national insurance or in any way unduly disadvantage its workers in terms of pay, rights, opportunities,
— assurance sought from suppliers, via the tender process, that they do not make use of blacklists/prohibited lists. Furthermore, no use of blacklists made by the Council,
— any Council staff who transfer to a third party will keep their terms and conditions of work,
— production of a modern slavery statement (in compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015), available on the Council website.
The Council will continue to work with its staff to address the commitments via its Action Plan. It will also produce an annual written statement in relation to its obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and will update any progress made against remaining commitments within the code.
(Welsh Government Code of Practice and animation): http://gov.wales/docs/dpsp/publications/valuewales/170502-ethical-en.pdf
https://youtu.be/Dh7xovObIvU
(WA Ref:98807)

Review body:
Official name: Gwynedd Council
Postal address: Transportation Service, Council Offices, Shire Hall Street,
Town: Caernarfon
Postal code: LL55 1SH
Country: UK
Telephone: +44 1286679367
URL: www.gwynedd.gov.uk

Section VI

VI.05.00) Date of dispatch of this notice 2020-01-10

English Language Unavailable


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