DWP CAEHRS Call-Off Competition Stage
If you would like to have a chat with one of our Partnership and Development Managers about the future opportunities that will be released under the DWP CAEHRS framework, please email email@example.com
We are delighted to share the news that PeoplePlus has been selected as a provider for the Department for Work and Pensions’ (“DWP”) Commercial Agreement for the Provision of Employment and Health Related Services (“CAEHRS”) framework. It will become the default framework for contracting employability and health related programmes across the UK. CAEHRS will run for five years (2020-2025) and the framework will cover a potential aggregate contract value of £7.5 billion.
This UK-wide commercial agreement is organised into a national Lot and seven regional Lots split across two tiers. Tier 1 covers the commissioning of services with a value of over £11 million in England and £6 million in Scotland and Wales. Tier 2 covers the commissioning of services with a value of between £2 million and £11 million in England and £2 million to £6 million in Scotland and Wales.
PeoplePlus has been successful in securing a place on the national Lot and has been selected as a Tier 1 provider in all six regions across England and Scotland, and as a Tier 2 provider in Wales.
The Regional Lots of the CAEHRS are as follows:
• Regional Lot 1 – Central England – Tier 1
• Regional Lot 2 – North East England – Tier 1
• Regional Lot 3 – North West England – Tier 1
• Regional Lot 4 – Southern England – Tier 1
• Regional Lot 5 – London and Home Counties – Tier 1
• Regional Lot 6 – Wales – Tier 2
• Regional Lot 7 – Scotland – Tier 1
• Lot 8 – National
We are looking to develop supply chain of end to end delivery partners and a framework of specialist/call off partners who can support the delivery of the DWP CAEHRS opportunities. We are looking for organisations who can deliver face-to-face, virtually/remotely or both, and are particularly keen to organisations with knowledge and experience of working with priority groups or moving people into work within particular sectors.