Assistive technology tender open for North Yorkshire County Council (UK)

There’s an open assistive technology tender issued by the North Yorkshire County Council closing on 31 March. It doesn’t say ‘telehealth’ but describes needs for a patient-monitoring system, emergency and security equipment, surveillance and security systems, sensors, GPS, health/social work and community health services which are in the aggregate quite close. Award appears to be shortly thereafter but listed as 1 April. Duration is one year out to 31 March 2018. Registration is required on the YORtender website for DN198838 (Historical Ref: CONTRACT-A8SL-W8IAL7) and the contact is Matt Clothier of NYCC. Hat tip to Susanne Woodman, our eye in the sky for tender opportunities.

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  1. Donna Cusano

    Thank you for advising, Norman. If readers have information to update on this tender, please add to this thread.

  2. Vicki

    A tender has not been issued by North Yorkshire County Council. There is some information regarding a market engagement event and an outline of the Council’s intentions. This reads:
    Thank you for your interest. The Council is shaping the future of assistive technology in North Yorkshire, and has carried out some initial engagement with the wider market, in May 2016, to shape our future of the assistive technology strategy that we are developing. To allow sufficient time to ensure that a robust strategy is in place which reflects the needs of people in North Yorkshire and the available market, we are delaying the launch of the new service until 1 April 2018. We are currently working on the draft assistive technology strategy which we will be consulting on in spring/summer 2017. It is our intention to launch the procurement exercise following this consultation. Further information and all the contract documentation will be made available through YORtender.