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Surveillance and security systems and devices

Natural Resources Wales | Published October 24, 2017  -  Deadline November 20, 2017
cpvs
35120000

NRW is seeking to award a contract for the purchase of a lone and remote working system which conforms to BS8484:2016, which may be either externally or internally hosted, administered and monitored, and which must be capable of utilising existing NRW Windows mobile phones and GPS Spot Tracker devices in a fully integrated solution.

The purpose of the requirement is the delivery of a BS8484 compliant, futureproof lone and remote working solution, that enables NRW to reduce the risks arising from lone and remote working to the lowest level reasonably practicable.

Surveillance and security systems and devices

Natural Resources Wales | Published November 21, 2017  -  Deadline November 21, 2017
cpvs
35120000

NRW is seeking to award a contract for the purchase of a lone and remote working system which conforms to BS8484:2016, which may be either externally or internally hosted, administered and monitored, and which must be capable of utilising existing NRW Windows mobile phones and GPS Spot Tracker devices in a fully integrated solution.

The purpose of the requirement is the delivery of a BS8484 compliant, futureproof lone and remote working solution, that enables NRW to reduce the risks arising from lone and remote working to the lowest level reasonably practicable.

Surveillance and security systems and devices

Natural Resources Wales | Published October 19, 2017  -  Deadline November 16, 2017
cpvs
35120000

NRW is seeking to award a contract for the purchase of a lone and remote working system which conforms to BS8484:2016, which may be either externally or internally hosted, administered and monitored, and which must be capable of utilising existing NRW Windows mobile phones and GPS Spot Tracker devices in a fully integrated solution.

The purpose of the requirement is the delivery of a BS8484 compliant, futureproof lone and remote working solution, that enables NRW to reduce the risks arising from lone and remote working to the lowest level reasonably practicable.

NRW is seeking to award a contract for the purchase of a lone and remote working system which conforms to BS8484:2016, which may be either externally or internally hosted, administered and monitored, and which must be capable of utilising existing NRW Windows mobile phones and GPS Spot Tracker devices in a fully integrated solution.

2.3 The purpose of the requirement is the delivery of a BS8484 compliant, futureproof lone and remote working solution, that enables NRW to reduce the risks arising from lone and remote working to the lowest level reasonably practicable.

AN2003 ICT Mobile Phone Equipment

Chwarae Teg | Published August 28, 2015
Winner
General Communications
cpvs

TENDER SPECIFICATION Chwarae Teg requires up to 80 mobile phone handsets and service contracts (see below for specifications), two year contract with an option to extend, as part of the Chwarae Teg ICT refresh. Preferred Brand (handset) Microsoft Lumia 640 (8GB black - 4G - Windows 10 ready for future upgrade) Fusion gel covers (or similar) Preferred network provider Three Service contract(s) for mobile phone usage Migration of 10 existing service phone SIM contracts from EE (new phones handsets to be requested with these) The remaining (up to 70) new and existing users will require contract SIMS and new handsets – 36 numbers to be ported over. A minimum of 1-2GB data usage per month, and 1000 minutes, we would prefer all you can eat voice-text minutes. The option to start the phone contracts billing date(s) when the handsets are physically deployed for new and existing users in the organisation. Additional services Migration of 2 existing service Mifi contracts (4g - 3gb / month expiry 25/11/2016 EE) 6 new Mifi devices and contracts Having conducted market research and scoping exercises we have identified these brands on the basis of business needs, reliability and robustness. Other brands with similar, or better, specifications may be considered. The determination of preferred brands, as detailed above, comes from a joint report by Which? and OpenSignal into the true state of mobile phone coverage in the UK. Source http://blogs.which.co.uk/technology/mobile-phone-coverage-2/best-and-worst mobile-phone-coverage-in-wales/ The reason we have used OpenSignal reports are: The data used in most coverage maps and reports are based on computer predictions, which often don’t take into account buildings that may be blocking the signal or reduced coverage inside buildings. In contrast, the information OpenSignal has gathered is generated by real customers. OpenSignal’s time on metric is based on more than 60 million data readings from 40,000 OpenSignal users and tracks when people really have access to their 2G, 3G or 4G network. When we looked at the performance of the four phone networks in Wales we found that Three customers had the most time with access to a phone signal and were able to make calls and send texts 92.1% of the time. O2 offered the poorest access, providing customers with a signal 90.3% of the time. There were far greater differences when we looked at access to 3G. Three offers the best 3G coverage (90%), but Vodafone customers are only able to access this service 38.6% of the time. As well as checking coverage and speed across Wales, we also rated them in the country’s three biggest cities, with Three ranking first for 3G average “on” time in each city (source: http://blogs.which.co.uk/technology/mobile-phone-coverage-2/best-and-worst-mobile-phone-coverage-in-wales/) We require:- Please provide the relevant information listed below. Deployment and delivery times Phones to be supplied to one address with delivery times specified for all equipment. We request all handsets and SIMS to be delivered at the same time, however, contracts to start when SIMS go live. Liability Faulty or dead on arrival equipment will be identified and reported within 30 days and be the responsibility of the supplier.

AN2003 ICT Mobile Phone Equipment

Chwarae Teg | Published July 27, 2015  -  Deadline August 7, 2015
cpvs
32400000, 32500000

TENDER SPECIFICATION Chwarae Teg requires up to 80 mobile phone handsets and service contracts (see below for specifications), two year contract with an option to extend, as part of the Chwarae Teg ICT refresh. Preferred Brand (handset) Microsoft Lumia 640 (8GB black - 4G - Windows 10 ready for future upgrade) Fusion gel covers (or similar) Preferred network provider Three Service contract(s) for mobile phone usage Migration of 10 existing service phone SIM contracts from EE (new phones handsets to be requested with these) The remaining (up to 70) new and existing users will require contract SIMS and new handsets – 36 numbers to be ported over. A minimum of 1-2GB data usage per month, and 1000 minutes, we would prefer all you can eat voice-text minutes. The option to start the phone contracts billing date(s) when the handsets are physically deployed for new and existing users in the organisation. Additional services Migration of 2 existing service Mifi contracts (4g - 3gb / month expiry 25/11/2016 EE) 6 new Mifi devices and contracts Having conducted market research and scoping exercises we have identified these brands on the basis of business needs, reliability and robustness. Other brands with similar, or better, specifications may be considered. The determination of preferred brands, as detailed above, comes from a joint report by Which? and OpenSignal into the true state of mobile phone coverage in the UK. Source http://blogs.which.co.uk/technology/mobile-phone-coverage-2/best-and-worst mobile-phone-coverage-in-wales/ The reason we have used OpenSignal reports are: The data used in most coverage maps and reports are based on computer predictions, which often don’t take into account buildings that may be blocking the signal or reduced coverage inside buildings. In contrast, the information OpenSignal has gathered is generated by real customers. OpenSignal’s time on metric is based on more than 60 million data readings from 40,000 OpenSignal users and tracks when people really have access to their 2G, 3G or 4G network. When we looked at the performance of the four phone networks in Wales we found that Three customers had the most time with access to a phone signal and were able to make calls and send texts 92.1% of the time. O2 offered the poorest access, providing customers with a signal 90.3% of the time. There were far greater differences when we looked at access to 3G. Three offers the best 3G coverage (90%), but Vodafone customers are only able to access this service 38.6% of the time. As well as checking coverage and speed across Wales, we also rated them in the country’s three biggest cities, with Three ranking first for 3G average “on” time in each city (source: http://blogs.which.co.uk/technology/mobile-phone-coverage-2/best-and-worst-mobile-phone-coverage-in-wales/) We require:- Please provide the relevant information listed below. Deployment and delivery times Phones to be supplied to one address with delivery times specified for all equipment. We request all handsets and SIMS to be delivered at the same time, however, contracts to start when SIMS go live. Liability Faulty or dead on arrival equipment will be identified and reported within 30 days and be the responsibility of the supplier.

A technical assessment related to communication mechanisms including a website and mobile phone app

Keep Wales Tidy | Published May 12, 2015
Winner
Sequence, Tradebox Media Ltd, Exegesis Spatial Data Management Ltd., Appnovation Technologies Ltd, Living Data , Connecting Times
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1.0 Introduction Keep Wales Tidy (KWT) in partnership with the Woodland Trust (WT) have secured funds from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation to develop and run the Long Forest Project: a community engagement project aimed at improving the condition of hedgerows and other linear woodland features in Wales. KWT and WT have now embarked on an 11 month Development Phase, which started in February and will run until December 2015, at which point a second round application for a 3 year Delivery programme will be submitted. If successful ,the Delivery phase would commence around March 2016 and run until September 2019. The work will be delivered by a central team who will provide resources that can be accessed by everyone, and then more intensive work in up to five selected priority or ‘Target Areas’. During the Development phase the intention will be to scope and research the concept in sufficient detail and to prepare the second round application to the HLF. The Development Phase will require 4 individual, but related contracts. These are: 1. A scoping study on training needs and availability. 2. A technical assessment related to communication mechanisms including a website and mobile phone app. 3. Advice on how historical and cultural data should be collected and shared. 4. And finally, an overarching contract which brings the above studies and other information into an Activity Plan, which will form a major component of the round two application to the HLF. 2.0 A technical assessment related to communication mechanisms including a website and mobile phone app The success of the Long Forest project in increasing knowledge and influencing behaviour will depend heavily on having effective communication channels which meet the needs of stakeholders, project staff and end users. The aim of this contract is to identify the best way to stimulate interest amongst target audiences and identify the scope of: -A website and related social media channels to provide a focal point for the project -A mobile phone app to support data capture, aid plant identification and to stimulate interest from a wide range of groups and individuals. In undertaking this technical assessment the contractor will: a) Investigate the communication and technical challenges that will need to be tackled b) Consider the extensive range of audiences and range of topics in relation to design, layout and functionality of both the website and the mobile phone app and present options available. We envisage the following to be the key user groups -Landowners -School children -University students and staff -Environmental charities -Community groups -Local Record Centres -Biodiversity Action Partnership Groups -Local Authority ecologists and planners -History clubs -Archaeological Trusts -Welsh Government staff -Natural Resources Wales staff -Businesses -Training providers The contractor will need to take this into consideration when working on the contract so that as wide an audience can benefit from the project as possible. 3.0 Website and social media A bilingual site will be hosted on KWT’s main site (www.keepwalestidy.org), but will form a separate section with its own domain name. The Long Forest section must also link to other websites and in particular to the Woodland Trust’s site. We will be looking for the most financially sustainable and user friendly option. The questions we need advice on are: 1. What platforms are available and what are their advantages and disadvantages? 2. What security and access rights will need to be considered? 3. How large will the site need to be? 4. Bearing in mind the wide range of audiences and the range of interest, what will be the best format and design for the site be? 5. What functionality will be required? 6. How will the site store and present surveys and data in a way that meets the needs of experts, but is still accessible to a wider audience? 7. How sh

A technical assessment related to communication mechanisms including a website and mobile phone app

Keep Wales Tidy | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline April 27, 2015
cpvs
48000000, 72000000, 80000000

1.0 Introduction Keep Wales Tidy (KWT) in partnership with the Woodland Trust (WT) have secured funds from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation to develop and run the Long Forest Project: a community engagement project aimed at improving the condition of hedgerows and other linear woodland features in Wales. KWT and WT have now embarked on an 11 month Development Phase, which started in February and will run until December 2015, at which point a second round application for a 3 year Delivery programme will be submitted. If successful ,the Delivery phase would commence around March 2016 and run until September 2019. The work will be delivered by a central team who will provide resources that can be accessed by everyone, and then more intensive work in up to five selected priority or ‘Target Areas’. During the Development phase the intention will be to scope and research the concept in sufficient detail and to prepare the second round application to the HLF. The Development Phase will require 4 individual, but related contracts. These are: 1. A scoping study on training needs and availability. 2. A technical assessment related to communication mechanisms including a website and mobile phone app. 3. Advice on how historical and cultural data should be collected and shared. 4. And finally, an overarching contract which brings the above studies and other information into an Activity Plan, which will form a major component of the round two application to the HLF. 2.0 A technical assessment related to communication mechanisms including a website and mobile phone app The success of the Long Forest project in increasing knowledge and influencing behaviour will depend heavily on having effective communication channels which meet the needs of stakeholders, project staff and end users. The aim of this contract is to identify the best way to stimulate interest amongst target audiences and identify the scope of: -A website and related social media channels to provide a focal point for the project -A mobile phone app to support data capture, aid plant identification and to stimulate interest from a wide range of groups and individuals. In undertaking this technical assessment the contractor will: a) Investigate the communication and technical challenges that will need to be tackled b) Consider the extensive range of audiences and range of topics in relation to design, layout and functionality of both the website and the mobile phone app and present options available. We envisage the following to be the key user groups -Landowners -School children -University students and staff -Environmental charities -Community groups -Local Record Centres -Biodiversity Action Partnership Groups -Local Authority ecologists and planners -History clubs -Archaeological Trusts -Welsh Government staff -Natural Resources Wales staff -Businesses -Training providers The contractor will need to take this into consideration when working on the contract so that as wide an audience can benefit from the project as possible. 3.0 Website and social media A bilingual site will be hosted on KWT’s main site (www.keepwalestidy.org), but will form a separate section with its own domain name. The Long Forest section must also link to other websites and in particular to the Woodland Trust’s site. We will be looking for the most financially sustainable and user friendly option. The questions we need advice on are: 1. What platforms are available and what are their advantages and disadvantages? 2. What security and access rights will need to be considered? 3. How large will the site need to be? 4. Bearing in mind the wide range of audiences and the range of interest, what will be the best format and design for the site be? 5. What functionality will be required? 6. How will the site store and present surveys and data in a way that meets the needs of experts, but is still accessible to a wider audience? 7. How sh

Lone and Remote Working System

Natural Resources Wales | Published October 19, 2017
cpvs
35120000

NRW is seeking to award a contract for the purchase of a lone and remote working system which conforms to BS8484:2016, which may be either externally or internally hosted, administered and monitored, and which must be capable of utilising existing NRW Windows mobile phones and GPS Spot Tracker devices in a fully integrated solution. The purpose of the requirement is the delivery of a BS8484 compliant, futureproof lone and remote working solution, that enables NRW to reduce the risks arising from lone and remote working to the lowest level reasonably practicable. II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 160 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 35120000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL Main site or place of performance: All Wales II.2.4) Description of the procurement NRW is seeking to award a contract for the purchase of a lone and remote working system which conforms to BS8484:2016, which may be either externally or internally hosted, administered and monitored, and which must be capable of utilising existing NRW Windows mobile phones and GPS Spot Tracker devices in a fully integrated solution. 2.3 The purpose of the requirement is the delivery of a BS8484 compliant, futureproof lone and remote working solution, that enables NRW to reduce the risks arising from lone and remote working to the lowest level reasonably practicable. II.2.5) Award criteria Criteria below: Quality criterion: Functional and Non-Functional Requirements / Weighting: 70 Price / Weighting: 30 II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 48 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: The contract will be awarded for an initial 2 year period with an option to extend for a further 1year + 1year. The decision on whether to use the extension option available will be at our discretion and we will base it on the following factors: - Performance; - Budget Availability; - Amount of Work; - Other reasons determined by NRW. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: Yes II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.2) Economic and financial standing Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.1.3) Technical and professional ability Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 16/11/2017 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.6) Minimum time frame during which the tenderer must maintain the tender Duration in months: 3 (from the date stated for receipt of tender) IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 16/11/2017 Local time: 12:00 Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.2) Information about electronic workflows Electronic ordering will be used Electronic invoicing will be accepted Electronic payment will be used VI.3) Additional information INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING AN EXPRESSION OF INTEREST / COMPLETING THE ITT i) Suppliers should register on the eTendering portal https://etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk ii) Once registered, suppliers must express their interest as follows a) login to the eTendering portal b) select ITT' c) select 'ITTs Open To All Suppliers' d) access the listing relating to the contract (title Remote and Lone Working System ref: itt_64754) and view details e) click on 'Express Interest' button in the 'Actions' box on the left-hand side of the page iii) Once you have expressed interest, the ITT will move to 'My ITTs', where you can view documwhere you can download and where you can construct your reply as instructed. You must then publish your reply using the publish button. iv) For any support in submitting your expression of interest, please contact the eTendering helpdesk on 0800 0112470 or at help@bravosolution.co.uk. NOTE: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=71937 (WA Ref:71937) The buyer considers that this contract is suitable for consortia. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Natural Resources Wales Ty Cambria House, 29 Newport Road Cardiff CF24 0TP UK Telephone: +44 3000654494 E-mail: anjali.wainwright@cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk Internet address(es) URL: http://naturalresourceswales.gov.uk VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 17/10/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: anjali.wainwright@cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 35120000Surveillance and security systems and devicesEmergency and security equipment Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 1017Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot 1022Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan 1015Central Valleys (Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taf) 1013Conwy and Denbighshire 1020East Wales 1023Flintshire and Wrexham 1016Gwent Valleys (Torfaen, Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly) 1012Gwynedd 1011Isle of Anglesey 1021Monmouthshire and Newport 1024Powys 1014South West Wales (Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion) 1018Swansea 1000WALES 1010West Wales and The Valleys Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. 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