In April 15 the MOD signed a contract with Leidos Europe Ltd to provide the procurement and inventory management of commodity items (as well as the storage and distribution services) historically provided in-house by the Logistic Commodities and Services Operating Centre. Leidos, working with the MOD, will transform the way these services are delivered to ensure requirements continue to be met whilst providing best value for money for the department. The organisation delivering these services is known as Team Leidos.
Team Leidos would like to make interested suppliers aware that it intends to invite tenders for the Supply of Portable Temperature Controlled Environments for Sensitive Medical Materiel including Blood Components, with a view to awarding Contracts that will commence in 2020.
Single Statement of Need
The requirement is for a man portable ruggedized temperature controlled environment for medical materiel including blood components that can be used in all environmental conditions and operational areas.
Team Leidos wishes to stimulate interest, information and views across the market for the supply of this requirement via this Request for Information (RFI) together with other companies whom Leidos believes may be able to provide useful intelligence on our requirement.
We do not require pricing at this stage, we are only interested to know which products, if any, you are able to supply. Please provide relevant Product Brochures and Specifications as appropriate.
If possible please provide a response to this RFI within 5 working days.
The results and analysis of this RFI shall not constitute any form of pre-qualification exercise and any formal procurement process will be undertaken in accordance with EU Procurement Law.
Nothing in this RFI, or any other engagements with Industry prior to a formal procurement process, shall be construed as a representation as to Team Leidos ultimate decision in relation to the future requirement. The publication of this RFI and associated documents in no way commits Team Leidos to pursue any tender process for the requirement.
Please be aware that the information contained within this bulletin or any other information supplied as a result has not yet been validated by any MOD technical authority, therefore may contain assumptions. Team Leidos would be grateful if any interested parties could highlight any such inaccuracies, along with any other observations that they would like to make.