The Health Service Executive/TUSLA on behalf of CAWT (Co-operation and Working Together) seeks to appoint suitably qualified service providers to a Bespoke Panel Arrangement; to deliver a variety of trauma informed and trauma specific interventions for families who have children aged 0-3 years and/or 11-13 years; at risk of experiencing multiple adversities in their lives. The services are listed as Annex XIV services and only Articles 74 to 77 of Directive 2014/24/EC apply to the award of any contracts that arise and the HSE has flexibility in this tender process and a bespoke panel arrangement is being adopted. This tender is the reopening of the Bespoke Panel Arrangement for Trauma Informed and Trauma Specific Interventions for the CAWT MACE INTERREG VA Funded Project ref 13337. Appointment to this arrangement does not guarantee any level of business to any appointee.

Extended TitleReopening of CAWT cross border MACE Project Trauma Informed & Trauma Specific Interventions (Bespoke Panel Arrangement 13337)
Changes
Section:
IV.2.2
Previous text:
2023-05-31
New text:
2024-05-31
Deadline Date2024-05-31
Publication Date2023-12-04
CountryIreland
Procurement StatusAmended
TypeOpen procedure
Contract TypeServices
Award CriteriaThe most economic tender
OrganisationHealth Service Executive (HSE)
Attention OfEnda Caulfield
AddressHead Office
TownNaas
Postal CodeMillennium Park
Class Code85322000
Class DescriptionCommunity action programme
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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