Cllr Kathy Williams sought Cabinet approval to conduct a mini-competition between all the providers on Lot 3 of the Gloucestershire Framework for Domestic Abuse (GFDA) for the procurement of a four-year contract with an initial term of three years, with the option to extend for a further year, for services to address domestic abuse perpetrator behaviour.
Having considered all of the information. Cabinet noted the report and
Delegate authority to the Executive Director: Adult Social Care and Public Health in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Adults Social Care Delivery to:
1. Conduct a mini-competition process under Lot 3 of the Gloucestershire Framework for Domestic Abuse (GFDA) in respect of a call-off contract for the supply of services to address domestic abuse perpetrator behaviour. The proposed call-off contract shall continue for an initial period of three years and include an option to extend its term for a further period of not more than one year;
2. Award such call-off contract to the preferred tenderer; and
3. Determine whether to exercise the option to extend such contract for a further period of not more than one year on the expiry of the initial three-year term.