The GPSoC Framework is formed of three components, or Lots, and each has a separate framework agreement. The current procurement began on 24 May 2013 with publication of a notice in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU Notice) (PDF, 123.0kB), accompanied by a Memorandum of Information (MOI) (PDF, 879.0kB).
Following an extended period of engagement, 90 organisations submitted a pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) to express an interest in the procurement. We evaluated these responses and shortlisted bidders for each Lot.
The current procurement is now closed to new applications.
Once the three frameworks below have been established, a decision will be made regarding additional procurements.
Lot 1 - GP Clinical IT Systems and Subsidiary Modules
In May 2014 a Guide to the new GPSoC Framework (PDF, 301.5kB) was published.
Patient Facing Services UpdateOn Friday 19 September the Authority signed Call-Off Agreements with eight suppliers for Patient Facing Services to be provided under the Lot 1 Framework Agreement. Read the GPSoC Lot 1 Services (PDF, 120.4kB)
for more information.
Lot 2 - Additional GP IT Services
Contracts were signed with 30 suppliers on 5 November 2014.
Lot 3 - Cross Care Setting Interoperable Services
Fifty-two PQQ responses were received for Lot 3 and 31 bidders were shortlisted (PDF, 70.8kB). These Qualified Bidders were invited to attend a plenary session in March 2014.
On 4 June 2014 the Lot 3 Invitation to Participate in Dialogue (ITPD) was published and 23 bidders submitted Outline Proposals on 25 June 2014.
On 13 August 2014 20 successful bidders (PDF, 70.0kB) were selected to continue to the detailed dialogue phase of the procurement.
On 19 December 2014 the Lot 3 Invitation to Submit Detailed Proposals (ITSDP) was published and 17 bidders submitted Detailed Proposals on 16 January 2015.
On 20 February 2015 the Lot 3 Invitation to Submit Final Tender (ITSFT) was published to 17 successful bidders (PDF, 58.2kB).
Lot 3 Framework Agreements were signed with the 16 suppliers (PDF, 71.3kB) on 27 March 2015.