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Mobile phones Requirement.

Medway Council | Published February 17, 2015
Winner
Vodafone UK Ltd.
cpvs
64212000

The provision of mobile telephone services to Medway Council and MNHSFT.

Provision of Mobile Phones

Medway Council | Published May 6, 2017  -  Deadline June 9, 2017
cpvs
32000000

This procurement is for re-tendering of the corporate mobile phone contract which is to be provided through one contract under Lead Provider arrangements.

Currently the Council has 2 corporate contracts with the Service Providers O2 and T-Mobile. The O2 contract has 1284 handsets; 763 of which are smartphones and 521 basic handsets, 45 blackberry devices, and 147 tablets, 136 are Apple devices with the remaining 11 being a mixture of other makes. T-Mobile has 390 basic handsets, with no tablets. These are the current number of devices; however the contracted totals may vary.

The aims of the tender are as follows:

To provide the Council with a managed mobile telephony service that enables the Council with the ability to administer all day-to-day aspects of the service.

To provide the Council with a single bill for all mobile telephony services with detailed information to enable the efficient and effective monitoring and auditing of calls and charges. Reports should include the following information:

Call reporting

Usage summary

Graphs

Roaming and International usage

Average spend

Billing

On demand reporting

To manage the migration from current contracts to a new contract

To manage the existing Blackberry / Smartphone services with all existing policies

To provide the Council Departments with a managed Blackberry / Smartphone that enables the ICT service to administer the day to day aspects of the service

To supply the Council with all handsets (network unblocked) as required

To provide the Council with a hardware fund for devices and or use as airtime credit.

Provision of Mobile Phones.

Medway Council | Published May 6, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
cpvs
32000000

This procurement is for re-tendering of the corporate mobile phone contract which is to be provided through one contract under Lead Provider arrangements. Currently the Council has 2 corporate contracts with the Service Providers O2 and T-Mobile. The O2 contract has 1284 handsets; 763 of which are smartphones and 521 basic handsets, 45 blackberry devices, and 147 tablets, 136 are Apple devices with the remaining 11 being a mixture of other makes. T-Mobile has 390 basic handsets, with no tablets. These are the current number of devices; however the contracted totals may vary. The aims of the tender are as follows: — To provide the Council with a managed mobile telephony service that enables the Council with the ability to administer all day-to-day aspects of the service. — To provide the Council with a single bill for all mobile telephony services with detailed information to enable the efficient and effective monitoring and auditing of calls and charges. Reports should include the following information: — Call reporting — Usage summary — Graphs — Roaming and International usage — Average spend — Billing — On demand reporting — To manage the migration from current contracts to a new contract — To manage the existing Blackberry / Smartphone services with all existing policies — To provide the Council Departments with a managed Blackberry / Smartphone that enables the ICT service to administer the day to day aspects of the service — To supply the Council with all handsets (network unblocked) as required — To provide the Council with a hardware fund for devices and or use as airtime credit.

Medway Council / MNHSFT Mobile Phones Requirement

Medway Council | Published September 22, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014
cpvs
27180000

Medway Council wishes to procure a mobile phone solution, as per the available documentation.

In addition to this, Medway Council is tendering on behalf of Medway Maritime NHS Foundation Trust.

Please note that the tender return date is the same as the expression of interest closing date.

 

"Linking the Lines" Mobile Phone Application

Medway Council | Published February 23, 2015  -  Deadline March 9, 2015
cpvs
27180000

Medway Council would like to invite prospective tenders to bid for the following opportunity.

Linking the Lines is an EU funded project uniting five internationally significant fortified heritage sites in Europe:

  • Chatham Dockyard and its Defences (Medway, UK)

  • Venice (Italy)

  • Paola (Malta)

  • The New Dutch Waterline (The Netherlands)

  • Network of Vauban’s major sites (France)

    Its objective is to develop a shared understanding of European military history to promote internationally significant fortifications as quality tourism destinations.

    The project partnership has committed to delivering a variety of outputs in support of this. One of these is a mobile phone application, providing guided tours of each partner site.  Medway is leading on this output on behalf of the full partnership. The specification for this application is outlined below.

  1. The selected contractor will be required to develop a mobile phone app’ representing the partnership, with a shared home page (tier one) providing introductory information on the history of EU fortified sites, from war to peace. (This information will be taken from a narrative being developed by a separate contractor).  The home page will need to be visually attractive, display up to eight logos (one from each partner region, two from the EU Commission and one bespoke project logo), and contain icons indicating that the text is available in four other languages (translations to be provided by a separate contractor).
  2. The home page (tier one) should lead to five separate pages (tier two) which introduce each individual region and, in turn lead to, five individual guided tours (tier three), with up to 20 stops per tour that are locatable via a list and an open web-based mapping platform (text to be supplied by each partner). The stops should be triggered using GPS technology and be pre-downloadable (i.e. work offline). Tier two pages will need to be visually attractive, display up to six logos (one from each partner region, three site specific and two from the EU Commission) and display icons indicating that the text can be translated into four other languages (translations to be provided by a separate contractor). Each tier two and tier three page should link easily back to the home page (tier one).
  3. Potential contractors are asked to provide a separate cost estimate for partners who may wish to provide a fourth tier within the app’. (For example, a tier three tour could be a vehicle-based tour of sites across a wide area, with the potential for a range of tier 4 tours on foot stemming from tier three sites).
  4. The contractor should provide a single framework / template for each individual tour that ensures consistent quality and branding yet also enables individual regions to determine the content and precise specification of their own trails.
  5. Each partner should be provided with licensed, suitable, simple-to-use app-making software that enables them to define and populate trails and stops that will constitute their guided tour.  This should be based on an open web-based mapping platform.
  6. The quality of the app’ must be suitable for viewing on home PCs / laptops and tablets, but must also be suitable for downloading on site swiftly.
  7. Partners should be able to populate their trails with text, images, audio, video and points of interest / geo-referenced data. Each partner should have a generous data upload limit, and tenderers are asked to specify what this will be, and how this will operate.
  8. Tenderers are invited to suggest innovative forms of content (e.g augmented reality) to ensure a stimulating user experience. Costings are to be provided for supporting the creation of this type of content
  9. The app-making software should be in English.
  10. The app’ should be available for, and published to, the relevant stores of multiple platforms, including Android and iPhone as a minimum, with additional costings identified for Windows.
  11. Potential contractors should include within their tender a minimum level of training and a fixed level of consultancy support, with quotes for additional training and consultancy should individual partners wish to commission further services. Training should be in English, and delivered via an on-line platform accessible to all project partners. The offices of Medway Council could be used for delivery, if required.  The training session should be complemented by a comprehensive user-friendly written guide to using the app’ software, in English.
  12. The app should be ready for population by the individual partners no later than 31 July 2015.
  13. Quotes should include costs for hosting the app and applying necessary updates and technical support until 31 January 2021. An hourly rate for additional development work during this period, outside the scope of this original specification, should also be provided. Each partner should maintain individual editing rights to their own tour until 31 January 2021.
  14. Quotes should incorporate provision either through an Escrow[1] agreement or other equivalent means (please state) for the continuation of operation and support for all elements of the app’ in the event that any company directly contracted, or indirectly sub-contracted, to manage, deliver, operate or support the service ceases to exist.
  15. The overall maximum budget for the work is £39,000.



 



 
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