Cllr Kathy Williams, Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care, and Cllr Roger Wilson, Cabinet Member for Vulnerable Adults and Commissioning, sought approval for the establishment of a dynamic purchasing system (DPS) for the provision of care for vulnerable and older people in the urban zones of Cheltenham and Gloucester.
Having considered all the information, including known proposals and the reasons for the recommendations, Cabinet noted the report and,
Delegate authority to the Commissioning Director: Adults (and
DASS) to: -
1) Ensure an EU compliant competitive process by establishing a dynamic purchasing system (DPS) for the provision of care for vulnerable and older people in the urban zones of Cheltenham and Gloucester until 30 September 2023; and
2) Throughout the term of the Dynamic Purchasing System, to admit or remove domiciliary providers to the system in accordance with the required selection criteria or any revised selection criteria set out in the system; and
3) To award packages of care to domiciliary providers on the Dynamic Purchasing System where the Lead Providers are unable