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Exhibition Project Creative Services: Contemporary Agriculture

Science Museum Group | Published November 4, 2016
Exhibition Project Creative Services: Contemporary Agriculture.

Exhibition Project Creatives Services: Contemporary Agriculture

Science Museum Group | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
The Science Museum, London, is looking for a comprehensive creative team to provide exhibition design services for an exhibition on Contemporary Agriculture. Services to include 3D, graphics, lighting, M&E, structural engineering and audio visual.

Exhibition Project Creatives Services: Contemporary Agriculture

 | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
The Science Museum, London, is looking for a comprehensive creative team to provide exhibition design services for an exhibition on Contemporary Agriculture. Services to include 3D, graphics, lighting, M&E, structural engineering and audio visual. CPV: 79415200, 79415200.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs. DAERA. has responsibility for food, farming, environmental, fisheries, forestry and sustainability policy and the development of the rural sector in Northern Ireland. The Monitoring and Assessment team. MAT. within the Marine and Fisheries Division of DAERA has particular responsibility for protection of the marine environment. The Department of Agriculture Environment and Rural Affairs Marine and Fisheries Division, Monitoring and Assessment Team, DAERA — MAT requires a contractor to provide analysis of benthic infaunal samples. The contract is for an initial period of approximately 2 years and 2 months from date of award, envisaged to be end of January 2017. to 31.3.2019. DAERA currently have gathered 72 samples, the successful contractor will be required to carry out the analysis and provide DAERA with the data of these samples for approval before 31.3.2017.

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs. DAERA. has responsibility for food, farming, environmental, fisheries, forestry and sustainability policy and the development of the rural sector in Northern Ireland. The Monitoring and Assessment team. MAT. within the Marine and Fisheries Division of DAERA has particular responsibility for protection of the marine environment. The Department of Agriculture Environment and Rural Affairs Marine and Fisheries Division, Monitoring and Assessment Team, DAERA — MAT requires a contractor to provide analysis of benthic infaunal samples. The contract is for an initial period of approximately 2 years and 2 months from date of award, . envisaged to be end of January 2017. to 31.3.2019. DAERA currently have gathered 72 samples, the successful contractor will be required to carry out the analysis and provide DAERA with the data of these samples for approval before 31.3.2017.

ID 604332 DAERA - CAFRE - Procurement of Breading, Battering and Fry Line

CPD - Supplies and Services Division | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016
The College of Agriculture Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) is currently seeking to purchase pre-dusting, battering, breading, and fry line equipment to facilitate enrobing meat products. The equipment may also be used to enrobe vegetable products or to apply a batter only.

Design consultancy services

Science Museum Group | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

The Science Museum, London, is looking for a comprehensive creative team to provide exhibition design services for an exhibition on Contemporary Agriculture. Services to include 3D, graphics, lighting, M&E, structural engineering and audio visual.

To appoint a comprehensive creative team to provide exhibition design services for an exhibition on Contemporary Agriculture. Services to include 3D, graphics, lighting, audio visual, M&E and structural engineer. The works to include the dismantling of the existing Challenge of Materials gallery, including the removal of the glass bridge, an architectural base-build making good and light refurbishment for the full former gallery (approx. 800 sqm). Following this, the project will develop the design and install the new Contemporary Agriculture exhibition.

DAERA Provision of Infaunal Analysis Services

CPD - Supplies and Services Division | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016
The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) has responsibility for food, farming, environmental, fisheries, forestry and sustainability policy and the development of the rural sector in Northern Ireland. The Monitoring and Assessment team (MAT) within the Marine and Fisheries Division of DAERA has particular responsibility for protection of the marine environment. The Department of Agriculture Environment and Rural Affairs Marine and Fisheries Division, Monitoring and Assessment Team, DAERA – MAT requires a contractor to provide analysis of benthic infaunal samples. The contract is for an initial period of approximately 2 years and 2 months from date of award, (envisaged to be end of January 2017) to 31 March 2019. DAERA currently have gathered 72 samples, the successful contractor will be required to carry out the analysis and provide DAERA with the data of these samples for approval before 31 March 2017.

Motor vehicle insurance services

The Common Services Agency (more commonly known as NHS National Services Scotland) (‘the Authority’) | Published November 22, 2016

Provision of motor vehicle insurance cover, claims handling, accident management and risk management to cover cars, commercial vehicles, minibuses and agriculture vehicles used by all entities constituted pursuant to the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978, (i.e. NHS Scotland Health Boards and Special Health Boards, plus the Authority and other NHS organisations ) and The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice and all joint integration boards established under the Public Bodies (joint Working) (Scotland) Act 2014.

Motor insurance cover and related services for vehicles engaged in the business of NHS Scotland currently a owned or leased fleet of approx. 8 300 vehicles, including cars, commercial vehicles, minibuses and agriculture vehicles (but excluding ambulances). Hired vehicles are also covered. The Framework Agreement will be made available to all entities constituted pursuant to the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978 (including all Health Boards, Special Health Boards, the Common Services Agency and other NHS organisations), and to The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice and all joint integration boards established under the Public Bodies (joint Working) (Scotland) Act 2014.

DAERA-Pre Market Engagement for Provision of ICT Services-RI 695313

CPD - Supplies and Services Division | Published December 1, 2016  -  Deadline January 3, 2017
Pre Market Engagement for Provision of ICT Services The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) is currently preparing to initiate a procurement process to establish contractual arrangements for the Provision of ICT Services to assist in the delivery of digitally enabled business transformation programme. These services include application development, delivery support, business intelligence, testing, GIS and data management. The external resource will assist the Department in scoping, designing, delivering and supporting a number of critical line of business software solutions. You can access the Pre Market Engagement Questionnaire in the CfT documents via the CfT Menu.

Agricultural, farming, fishing, forestry and related products

Forestry Commission | Published November 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016

Excavator operations in the Forestry Commission woodlands and forests of Cornwall (Lot 1), North and West Devon (Lot 2) and Somerset and East Devon (Lot 3).

Excavator operations in the Forestry Commission woodlands and forests of Cornwall.

Excavator operations in the Forestry Commission woodlands and forests of North and West Devon.

Excavator operations in the Forestry Commission woodlands and forests of Somerset and East Devon.

Agricultural, farming, fishing, forestry and related products

Defra Network eTendering Portal — The Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs | Published November 18, 2016

The Farm Business Survey (FBS) is a long standing annual survey collecting data from a representative sample of all farm types in England. The FBS collects information on the financial, physical and environmental performance of farm businesses to inform and evaluate policy decisions. The FBS is intended to serve the needs of farmers, farming and land management interest groups, government, government partners and researchers. it currently also meets our obligation to supply data to the EU Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN). This follows the PIN (PIN Reference 2016-041680) issued on 31.8.2016 (https://defra.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html?_ncp=1441867266908.34013-1)

FBS is a panel survey. The farms are full-time or part-time commercial undertakings and data collected covers all aspects of the farm business; both financial i.e. output value and costs relating to all farming enterprises; diversified activities; revenue from agricultural support and agri-environment schemes and physical as well as labour and geographical characteristics. Data is used to construct a management account for each farm comprising a profit and loss account, balance sheet and net worth reconciliation. A key aspect of the survey is the individual feedback provided to co-operating farmers to enable a review of their business performance. The FBS methodology has been established over a number of years based on sound management accounting principles and in line with the requirements from FADN. The purpose of this PIN is to advise of a further engagement event to be held on Thursday 1st December to seek innovative options for the delivery of the Farm Business Survey.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Leicestershire County Council | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016

1.1 Leicestershire County Council (the Employer) is seeking to identify and appoint a Contractor to provide a Rural Grass, Hedge and Grip cutting service.

The service consists of the following elements:

— 3 x Planned rural grass cuts consisting of; 1 x Visibility Grass Cut Only, 2 x Single Swathe and Visibility Grass Cuts;

— Return visits for top-up to Full Width Grass Cut (Provisional);

— 1 x Planned Rural Hedge Cut;

— 1 x Planned Rural Grip Cut;

— The supply of: Tractor, Tractor Driver, Flail and Fuel for Engineer Instructed Day Works as required;

— Temporary Traffic Management.

1.1 Leicestershire County Council (the Employer) is seeking to identify and appoint a Contractor to provide a Rural Grass, Hedge and Grip cutting service.

The service consists of the following elements:

— 3 x Planned rural grass cuts consisting of; 1 x Visibility Grass Cut Only, 2 x Single Swathe and Visibility Grass Cuts;

— Return visits for top-up to Full Width Grass Cut (Provisional);

— 1 x Planned Rural Hedge Cut;

— 1 x Planned Rural Grip Cut;

— The supply of; Tractor, Tractor Driver, Flail and Fuel for Engineer Instructed Day Works as required;

— Temporary Traffic Management.

The estimated total contract value is 425 000 GBP per annum. The proposed contract period is 2 years with potential extensions of a further 2 years in 1 year increments subject to performance. The Employer intends to appoint 1 Contractor(s) to provide the service.

Standing List of Contractors for Forestry and Agricultural Works

Gateshead Council | Published March 1, 2016  -  Deadline February 28, 2017

Gateshead Council is implementing a Standing List of Contractors for the purposes of selection for individual forestry and grounds maintenance works projects which are valued at less than the EU threshold.

 

Organisations wishing to be invited to tender for all future forestry and grounds maintenance work opportunities under the EU threshold with the Council must be included on the Standing List of Contractors and Sub-contractors. 

 

Organisations MUST also be Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) registered either on application for inclusion on the list or at the latest within 2 months of the date of inclusion on the list. This is a requirement for inclusion on Lots 1 - 6. This is not a requirement for organisation who apply for inclusion on Lot 7 only.

 

The lots covered are;

1 - Rural Path Construction and Maintenance

2 - Rural Fencing - including timber and wire fencing

3 - Tree Work - including felling, thinning and planting

4 - Agricultural Works - including grass cutting, strimming, baling and seeding, schools grounds maintenance

5 - General Conservation Works - including boardwalks, digging ponds & ditches, construction of steps etc.

6 - Ecological Consultant Work - including wildlife surveys

7 - Sport Pitch Marking


The Standing List will allow the addition of new Organisations who meet the specified criteria throughout its lifetime.

 

Agricultural, farming, fishing, forestry and related products

Forestry Commission | Published December 3, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2017

The Forestry Commission require to put in place a contract for the provision of Forest Management Operations within the Easter Ross and Sutherland areas of the North Highland Forest District. In order to achieve this we intend to award one medium term contract to a contractor who can demonstrate the experience, technical ability, qualitative and quantitative outputs and reliability coupled with cost effective pricing to provide delivery of Forest Management Operations within this area.

The Contract will be for a period of 2 years with the option of 2 x 1 year extensions. The uptake of these extensions will be at the sole discretion of the Forestry Commission.

The Forestry Commission require to put in place a contract for the provision of Forest Management Operations within the Easter Ross & Sutherland areas of the North Highland Forest District. In order to achieve this we intend to award one medium term contract to a contractor who can demonstrate the experience, technical ability, qualitative and quantitative outputs and reliability coupled with cost effective pricing to provide delivery of Forest Management Operations within this area.

All information relating to this tender can be obtained by accessing the invitation to tender on the PCS-T electronic tendering system.

The Contract will be for a period of 2 years with the option of 2 x 1 year extensions. The uptake of these extensions will be at the sole discretion of the Forestry Commission.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Natural Resources Wales | Published December 3, 2016
Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2017

To provide Grounds and Gardens Maintenance Services to Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Grounds & Gardens Maintenance Services.

14-085 DPS Adult Community Learning

Rotherham MBC | Published March 18, 2016  -  Deadline July 31, 2018

The total funding for the Adult Community Learning Fund 2014-15 is £200,000 but this may not remain the same for the following years as funding may vary.

The community learning fund must be used for the people of Rotherham and where possible the delivery of services should be within easy reach of the highlighted deprived areas to ensure easy accessibility for learners.

The funding requires courses that cover the subject areas detailed in the table below. If you are successful in this first part of the process you will be allocated into the lots (s) you have indicated in the table in section 2.1 to then bid for work.

 

Lots

Sector Subject Area Description

Lot 1

Health, Public Services and Care (including Medicine and Dentistry, Nursing and Subjects and Vocations Allied to Medicine, Health and Social Care, Public Services, Child Development and Well Being)

Lot 2

Science and Mathematics (including Science, Mathematics and Statistics)

 Lot 3

Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care (including Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry, Animal Care and Veterinary Science, Environmental Conservation)

Lot 4

Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (Including Engineering, Manufacturing Technologies, Transportation Operations and Maintenance)

Lot 5

Construction, Planning and the Built Environment (Including Architecture, Building and Construction, Urban, Rural and Regional Planning)

Lot 6

Information and Communication Technology (Including ICT Practitioners, ICT for Users)

Lot 7

Retail and Commercial Enterprise (Including Retailing and Wholesaling, Warehousing and Distribution, Service Enterprises, Hospitality and Catering)

Lot 8

Leisure, Travel and Tourism (Sport, Leisure and Recreation, Travel and Tourism)

Lot 9

Arts, Media and Publishing (Including Performing Arts, Crafts, Creative Arts and Design, Media and Communication, Publishing and Information Services)

Lot 10

History, Philosophy and Theology (Including History, Archaeology and Archaeological Sciences, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies)

Lot 11

Social Sciences (Including Geography, Sociology and Social Policy, Politics, Economics, Anthropology)

Lot 12

Languages, Literature and Culture (Including Languages, Literature and Culture of the British Isles, Other Languages, Literature and Culture, Linguistics)

Lot 13

Education and Training (Including Teaching and Lecturing, Direct Learning Support)

Lot 14

Preparation for Life and Work (Including Foundations for Learning and Life, Preparation for Work)

Lot 15

Business, Administration and Law  (Including Accounting and Finance, Administration, Business Management, Marketing and Sales, Law and Legal Services)

 

Education and training services

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 12, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016

The Impact Project DPS is being set up by Dudley MBC, Sandwell MBC, Walsall MBC, The City of Wolverhampton Council & Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council (‘the Impact Partners’).

The Impact Project DPS will help the Impact Partners deliver a European Social Fund and Youth Employment Initiative funded project (‘the Impact Project’) to address high levels of youth unemployment in the Black Country through sustainable integration into the labour market of young people, in particular those aged 15-29 years not in employment, education or training (NEET), including young people at risk of social exclusion and from marginalised communities. Service users are described as ‘Impact Participants’.

Economic operators will be able to apply to join the Impact Project DPS in respect of nine Service Lots covering services including engagement, skills, training, work placements, end to end provision (see below). Some supplies may be purchased via Service Lot 8.

Est. total value: £19 300 000.

To provide targeted engagement activities that result in the enrolment of eligible participants (young people aged between 15-29 who are not in employment, education and training and who reside in the West Midlands) onto the Impact Project.

In particular the Impact Partners are seeking Service Providers who can provide targeted engagement activities that focus on engaging eligible participants who are within hard to reach groups which would otherwise be unlikely to engage with the Impact Project.

These groups may include particular communities of interest (such as BME communities), migrant groups, long-term unemployed, economically inactive, lone parents, teenage parents and looked after children, those who have disabilities or health problems which affect their employment. This Service Lot is divided into five geographic Sub-Categories:

(a) Black Country wide (all areas)

(b) Dudley

(c) Sandwell

(d) Walsall

(e) Wolverhampton.

The Impact Partners seek Service Providers to provide specialist support to Impact Participants on a one to one or small group basis to reflect the needs of the Impact Participants and the barriers they need to overcome to move forward towards employment.

Below is a non-exhaustive list:

— Mental health/Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

— Drug and alcohol support.

— Debt support and personal budgeting.

— Homelessness support.

— Counselling.

— Maximising income/better off calculations.

— Specialist mentoring.

— Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Story Line work.

— Specialist health services e.g. self-harm, alternative therapies i.e. Reiki, meditation, mindfulness.

This list is purely indicative of the type of specialist support that may be provided. Service provision must be bespoke and tailored to the specific needs of Impact Participants.

This Lot is split into five geographic Sub-Categories:

(a) Black Country wide (all areas).

(b) Dudley.

(c) Sandwell.

(d) Walsall.

(e) Wolverhampton.

Skills for Life and Life Skills e.g.

Skills for Life:

— Basic skills — Literacy and Numeracy, diagnostic assessment

— Assessment for dyslexia

— ICT skills

— Pre-entry support for ESOL

— ESOL

— Preparation for Life and Work

— Pre-entry level support for employment/training for young people that are looked after children/those leaving care and those departing from a youth institution or prison.

Life Skills:

— Improving low self-esteem/building confidence.

— Self-Motivation.

— Interpersonal & communication.

— Public speaking.

— Assertiveness.

— Negotiating.

— Decision making.

— Problem solving.

— Work ready routines.

— Time management.

— Budgeting/financial awareness.

— Opening bank account.

— Independent travel/using public transport.

— healthy lifestyles.

— Substance use awareness e.g. smoking, drinking & illegal/legal highs.

The above lists are purely indicative.

This Service Lot is split into 5 sub-categories:

(a) Black Country wide (all areas).

(b) Dudley.

(c) Sandwell.

(d) Walsall.

(e) Wolverhampton.

Provide activities and programmes which will give Impact Participants employability and work skills. Activities and programmes should be structured but also allow flexibility for the differing needs of the Impact Participants.

Employability skills: may include programmes and activities relating to:

— CVs

— Application form filling techniques

— Job search, job matching

— Interview techniques

— Mock interviews including with real employers

Work skills: may include programmes and activities relating to:

— Team working

— Problem solving

— Timekeeping

— Workplace reality

— Appearance

— Presentation

— Communication

The above lists are purely indicative of the type of employability and work skills that may be provided under this Service Lot. Service provision must be bespoke and tailored to the needs of Impact Participants.

This Service Lot has been divided into five geographic sub-categories:

(a) Black Country wide (all areas)

(b) Dudley

(c) Sandwell

(d) Walsall

(e) Wolverhampton.

Employer and sector specific training to Impact Participants or groups of Impact Participants.

This Service Lot has been divided into the following Sub-Categories:

(a) Science and Mathematics

(b) Languages, Literature and Culture

(c) Arts, Media and Publishing

(d) Business, Admin and Law

(e) Health, Public Services and Care

(f) Social Science

(g) Leisure, Travel and Tourism

(h) Information and Communication Technology

(i) Engineering Manufacturing Technologies

(j) Retail and Commercial Enterprises

(k) Construction, Planning and the Built Environment

(l) Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care

(m) Other employer and sector specific training

The above list is purely indicative of the types of employer and sector specific training that may be provided under this Service Lot. Service provision must be bespoke and tailored to the needs of the Impact Participants.

Specialist alternative placements and work tasters for Impact Participants with intensive needs.

Activities may include, for example, supported internships for people with learning disabilities and/or difficulties, boot camps, team building exercises and life skills. This is a purely indicative list. Service provision must be bespoke to the Impact Participants and tailored to meet the specific needs of Impact Participants.

Placements and work tasters will need to be suitable for the needs of the Impact Participant(s) in question, to support the overarching action plan for the Impact Participant(s) and be flexible in terms of attendance for achievement of outcome aims.

Providers will have a developed package of delivery focused on supporting the Impact Participant(s) and it is expected that Service Providers will put forward their own creative and innovative proposals for activities which fit the Impact Participant's needs.

Service Providers will be given details of Impact Participants in need of work experience, work tasters or employment opportunities and details of their relevant needs (identified in their intervention plan).

Service Providers will then identify employers or community organisations which are willing and able to provide the appropriate work experience placements, tasters and employment opportunities which will aim to achieve employment for the Impact Participant and/or provide some underpinning knowledge of the sector for them to feel comfortable to apply for roles or an apprenticeship, depending upon the Impact Participant's aspirations.

Where the Impact Participant accepts the work experience placement, taster or employment opportunity, the Service Provider will support the Impact Participant at the beginning of the placement and throughout that placement ensuring any challenges for the Impact Participant and the employer are addressed.

For many Impact Participants there will be external barriers which affect their ability to undertake training and education & enter employment. Barriers may relate to e.g. transport, childcare, other care responsibilities and/or obtaining uniforms/protective clothing.

Service Providers will provide services and/or supplies which address these barriers (also known as out of pocket expenses).

This Service Lot is split into the following Sub-Categories

(a)Travel assistance for Impact Participants (for example bus or rail passes and/or transport services)

(b)Childcare

(c)Other activities or supplies being out of pocket expenses for Impact Participants (for example, uniforms, protective clothing and essential equipment for courses or training)

The above list is purely indicative. Provision must be bespoke and tailored to the Impact Participants.

Whilst we have referred to ‘Service Provider’ as a generic term, in some instances this Service Lot may be used to purchase supplies.

‘End to End’ provision that supports the Impact Participant from initial engagement through the acquisition of relevant skills /training to achievement of a sustainable outcome (e.g. employment, education or training). The Service Provider will use a holistic approach, addressing social and economic issues which impact on the behaviours of the Impact Participant in order to achieve completion of the journey from enrolment through to a sustainable outcome.

This Service Lot will therefore include services that fall within the scope of the other Service Lots 1 to 8. Services will include, e.g., engagement, providing a key worker role to support Impact Participants throughout their journey, assessment of needs, intensive advice/guidance, customised support packages providing activities and training, securing work experience, work placements/taster opportunities, engagement with employers, assisting Impact Participants to overcome external barriers (e.g. travel/childcare issues).

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