Tenders and Procurement

HQIP Buyer Profile

In accordance with the new European Directive 2014/24/EU and its enactment in the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, this Buyer Profile page allows you to access details of HQIP's current contract opportunities and future procurement requirements by clicking on the relevant items shown below.

HQIP 'Time to Pay' data

In line with Government procurement policy, HQIP now publishes the turnaround time for paying it's contracted suppliers. Read the 2015/16 results here. HQIP endeavours to pay all invoices within agreed terms and understands the importance of this to our suppliers. Analysis of the last year’s activity identified that the majority of delays in payment have occurred due to:

  • Late receipt of invoices by the HQIP Finance team from suppliers or
  • When contract deliverables require discussion

To help address the late receipt, we will be working with suppliers to request that all invoices are sent promptly to finance@hqip.org.uk in the first instance, rather than to individual members of staff.

Current tenders

The tenders listed below are now live and are being run on our e-procurement portal. Please follow the relevant link for each tender to express your interest, HQIP will then issue you with a login for the system so you can self register and be able to access all the tender documentation.

National Prostate Cancer Audit

HQIP is seeking bidders to deliver, promote and develop the National Prostate Cancer Audit, a comparative national clinical audit of the organisation, processes and outcomes of NHS-funded care for men diagnosed with prostate cancer in England and Wales.

National Gastrointestinal Cancer Audit Programme (NGCAP)

Two audits currently within the NCAPOP are the National Bowel Cancer Audit (NBOCA) and the National Oesophago-Gastric Cancer Audit (NOGCA). 

HQIP is now looking to re-commission these two audit topics together as one National Gastrointestinal Cancer Audit Programme (NGCAP).   Streamlining delivery of the NOGCA and the NBOCA within one audit programme contracted to one provider is expected to lead to improved efficiency and effectiveness of delivery of both topics and will safeguard the on-going commissioning of both  within the NCAPOP.

The successful bidder will provide a national comparative clinical audit programme of the quality and outcomes of NHS-funded care for patients with oesophago-gastric cancer and bowel cancer, in England and Wales.

Elements of the audit programme will include:

o   Workstream 1: A continuous, prospective audit of all eligible patients with a diagnosis of  bowel cancer, from the point of diagnosis.

o   Workstream 2: A continuous, prospective audit of all eligible patients with a diagnosis of oesophago-gastric cancer and high grade dysplasia of the oesophagus, from the point of diagnosis.