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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.
Further to our Request for Information (RFI - first issued 22.08.2019) for Diagnostic Ultrasound Devices (DUS - reference LSL/MED/0063), Military Radiology Specialists within both the Emergency and Secondary Health Care environments have expressed an interest in seeing a broader range of devices as part of our upcoming Industry Day.
The Industry Day has been scheduled to take place on the 17th October 2019 at the address listed below. Please contact Team Leidos for booking confirmation using the following details:
Contact person: Konstantin Nikolov
Telephone: +44 117 332 8575
Industry Day Information - Thursday 17th October 2019
RAF Brize Norton
From 08:00 - Suppliers will be required to check in with Security at the Main Gate and obtain a pass before being directed to allocated parking.
The event is scheduled to start at 10:00 and finish at 15:00.
An exact itinerary for the day including updated running times, and information required in advance for access to site, will be provided to confirmed attendees closer to the event.
UPDATE FOLLOWING RFI RELEASED 22.08.2019
Team Leidos' original intention was to plan an Industry Day to reflect the requirement for DUS devices only (for use in Regional Rehabilitation Centres). Whilst there have been no changes to the DUS requirement (Ref-LSL/MED/0063 - referenced within the PIN issued 08.08.2019 or subsequent RFI released 22.08.2019), the scope of the Industry Day has widened to include viewing a broader range of devices.
To this end we would like to invite suppliers to showcase devices with the capability to provide Pre Hospital Emergency Care (PHEC) within a range of military environments. It's our intention to furnish a wider audience of Military Radiology Specialists with enhanced industry knowledge, to help with the development of future projects.
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 Leidos' ultimate decision in relation to the future requirement.