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Cisco Webex and Teleconferencing

HS2 | Published May 4, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
Winner
MeetingZone Limited
cpvs
32523000

G-Cloud award for Cisco Webex and Teleconferencing services

RM4375 SB-2691 Provision Of Service And Maintenance For Audio Visual Equipment Contract

CCS - Crown Commercial Services | Published July 11, 2014  -  Deadline August 4, 2014
cpvs
72000000

The Authority has a requirement for the ongoing servicing and maintenance of audio visual / teleconferencing equipment at two (2) of CAST’s locations. These being: Sandridge in Hertfordshire and Langhurst in West Sussex. Please see attached document for full description.

DWP Audio Conferencing Service — Managed Service.

Department for Work and Pensions | Published September 30, 2015
Winner
MeetingZone Ltd
cpvs
64224000

Audio Conference ‘hosted’ or ‘managed’ facility for all DWP staff for large-scale (>300 participants) teleconferencing sessions. The contract has the ability for the conference calls to be recorded and replayed. This contract will be for the use of the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), it Executive Agencies and those Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs) sponsored by DWP. Further information including a list of such Agencies and Public Bodies can be viewed by selecting ‘About DWP’ on the Departmental website at www.gov.uk/dwp The Contract was procured via the use of the Digital Marketplace G-Cloud 6 Framework.

IP Telephony Services.

School of Oriental & African Studies | Published January 16, 2014
Winner
BT Convergent Solutions81 Newgate StreetLondon EC1A 7AJ
cpvs
64200000, 64215000, 64224000, 64222000, 64227000

The Provision, Installation and Maintenance of IP Telephony Services (including teleconferencing and teleworking).

IP Telephony Services.

School of Oriental and African Studies | Published May 8, 2012  -  Deadline July 23, 2012
cpvs
64200000, 64215000, 64222000, 64224000, 64227000

The Provision, Installation and Maintenance of IP Telephony Services (including teleconferencing and teleworking).

IP Telephony Services.

School of Oriental and African Studies | Published May 8, 2012  -  Deadline July 23, 2012
cpvs
64200000, 64215000, 64222000, 64224000, 64227000

The Provision, Installation and Maintenance of IP Telephony Services (including teleconferencing and teleworking).

RM3167 SB-1298 Provision Of Service And Maintenance For Audio Visual Equipment Contract

Crown Commerical Service on behalf of Home Office | Published February 6, 2014  -  Deadline February 24, 2014
cpvs
72510000, 72500000, 50312000, 50323000, 50312600, 50323100, 50312610, 50333000, 50800000, 50342000, 50340000, 50300000

The Authority has a requirement for the ongoing servicing and maintenance of audio visual / teleconferencing equipment at two (2) of CAST’s locations. These being: Sandridge in Hertfordshire and Langhurst in West Sussex. Please see attached document for full description.

repair, maintenance and associated services related to personal computers, office equipment, telecommunications and audio-visual equipment

DES ISS HQ Commercial, DE&S | Published February 9, 2012
Winner
HP Enterprise Services Defence & Security UK Ltd. Cain Road RG12 1HN Bracknell UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: chris.hale@hp.com Telephone: +44 7836500537
cpvs
50300000

Repair, maintenance and associated services related to personal computers, office equipment, telecommunications and audio visual equipment. Government policy is to apply a more centralised control over information and communications technology (ICT) through a single delivery organisation. The MoD through the information systems and services organisation has been selected to lead on Government ICT and has a requirement to provide a 24/7 maintenance and repair service to a wide range of non DII Computing, network and audio visual systems which will be carried out in the UK and overseas at various pan Government units and establishments. Also included will be HM naval vessels, royal fleet auxiliary vessels, mobile units operating in the UK, overseas and other UK public sector organisations (PSOs) across the world. The systems are used in numerous tasks ranging from PC based applications through network server, mainframe configurations and audio visual including video teleconferencing to ship based and mobile units. There is also a requirement to provide a service catalogue of additional services which include, but is not limited to, the following examples: — Software support (excluding supply), — Helpdesk (on customer site if required), — Equipment moves, — Equipment rollouts & installations (excluding networks and cabling), — IT system & environment management, — Management of manufacturer warranties, — Fax equipment (overseas locations only), — Equipment disposal / recondition & redeployment, — Asset Inventory maintenance, — Hardware asset audits, — Electrical safety testing.

Enabling contract to provide maintenance and repair for non defence information infrastructure (DII) it/is computing, network and audio visual systems.

DES ISS HQ Commercial, DE&S | Published February 9, 2012
Winner
HP Enterprise Services Defence & Security UK Ltd.
cpvs
50300000

Repair, maintenance and associated services related to personal computers, office equipment, telecommunications and audio visual equipment. Government policy is to apply a more centralised control over information and communications technology (ICT) through a single delivery organisation. The MoD through the information systems and services organisation has been selected to lead on Government ICT and has a requirement to provide a 24/7 maintenance and repair service to a wide range of non DII Computing, network and audio visual systems which will be carried out in the UK and overseas at various pan Government units and establishments. Also included will be HM naval vessels, royal fleet auxiliary vessels, mobile units operating in the UK, overseas and other UK public sector organisations (PSOs) across the world. The systems are used in numerous tasks ranging from PC based applications through network server, mainframe configurations and audio visual including video teleconferencing to ship based and mobile units. There is also a requirement to provide a service catalogue of additional services which include, but is not limited to, the following examples: — Software support (excluding supply), — Helpdesk (on customer site if required), — Equipment moves, — Equipment rollouts & installations (excluding networks and cabling), — IT system & environment management, — Management of manufacturer warranties, — Fax equipment (overseas locations only), — Equipment disposal / recondition & redeployment, — Asset Inventory maintenance, — Hardware asset audits, — Electrical safety testing.

Software package and information systems

Choice Housing Ireland Limited (and its subsidiaries) | Published November 28, 2017  -  Deadline December 13, 2017
cpvs
48000000

The Association is reaching out to the market to procure a new ITSM tool and respective implementation services (remote or on-sight). The new ITSM tool is required to address the Association's functional specifications, and the implementation is required to be undertaken by the vendor or the vendor's proposed implementation partner.

The Association will ensure the availability of the Association's IT service delivery manager to suitably support the project and the successful tendering organisation during the implementation of the new ITSM tool.

The Association requires the tendering organisations to submit a pre-qualification response addressing the specifications laid out in the procurement documents.

The Association is reaching out to the market to procure a new ITSM tool and respective implementation services (remote or on-sight). The new ITSM tool is required to address the Association's functional specifications, and the implementation is required to be undertaken by the vendor or the vendor's proposed implementation partner.

The Association will ensure the availability of the Association's IT service delivery manager to suitably support the project and the successful tendering organisation during the implementation of the new ITSM tool.

The Association requires the tendering organisations to submit a pre-qualification response addressing the specifications laid out in the procurement documents.

The Association will invite the shortlisted tendering organisations for a 1 day solution presentation during Mo22 to 24th January 2018. This can be provided through teleconferencing. Tendering organisations are required to make themselves available during this timeframe, and the exact date and time of the presentation will be communicated to the shortlisted tendering organisations by Friday 15th December 2017.

The tender is due to be awarded in late January 2018, with the objective of starting the implementation February 2018.

The tendering organisation shall submit a pre-qualification response outlining how the following requirements for the provision of an ITSM tool will be met by the proposed solution:

Incident Management, Ticketing, Reporting and SLA Management

The solution must be able to effectively manage support tickets.

The solution must have workflow capability, and workflow automation.

The solution must support multi-channel engagement with users.

The solution must provide the capability to export data to 3rd party tools.

The solution must have the ability to report on KPI's, SLA's and operator performance.

Service Catalogue and Service Request

The solution must provide the ability to publish and use the IT service catalogue to facilitate end-user engagement.

The solution must provide the ability to effectively manage end-user requests.

The solution must have the ability to partially or fully automate end-user requests and approvals.

The solution must have the ability to facilitate multiple types of end-user requests.

Problem, Change, Release Management

The solution must support effective problem management.

The solution must support effective change management including planning and managing the lifecycle of all changes.

The solution should support effective release management.

Access Management

The solution should support effective access management by integrating with Choice Housing ActiveDirectory allowing automated user account update/creation.

Event Management

The solution should support effective event management.

Asset Management

The solution must support effective asset management.

Knowledge Management

The solution must support effective knowledge management.

End-user Self Service Portal

The solution must have end-user self-service functionality including recording, managing and tracking progress of incidents and requests, and attaching documents to incidents and requests.

Additional Features

The solution must be cloud based.

The solution must have the ability to be branded ‘Choice Housing’.

The solution should be accessible from mobile devices for end-users and IT support officers.

Solution training and training material must be provided by the vendor or by a partner of the vendor.

The solution must provide the ability for audit trail.

The solution should have functionality to allow integration to other 3rd party monitoring tools and access systems.

Implementation and Planning

The solution implementation must be led by the vendor or by a partner of the vendor.

The tendering organisation must provide a high level implementation plan detailing key milestones, dependencies, activities and resources requirements.

Provision of Virtual Learning Environment

Further Education Colleges | Published March 23, 2018  -  Deadline April 30, 2018
cpvs
48190000

Workers` Educational Association are currently out to tender for the provision of a Virtual learning Environment Suppliers that would like to take part in this tender process are invited to 'express an interest' upon which will be given access to the full tendering documentation through this e-tendering system. Please see 'Additional information' on how to apply for this contract. please allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be permitted. Any questions relating to this tender should be made via correspondence on the In-tend website. Tender description: One of WEAs strategic objectives and priorities is to better integrate digital into its teaching and learning to improve the education quality and experience and to make sure that the WEA continues to remain relevant and up to date and attract a diverse range of students in today's ever increasing technological world. The WEA has had a VLE (Weave) previously, which was primarily focussed on staff. There was a fairly low take up of Weave, anecdotally in part due to low promotion, time, and lack of development to expand its content and features, as well as it being very difficult for users and developers. Several tests have already been completed with an online learning or digital approach to delivering a course, most notably with the use of Zoom the WEA's teleconferencing facility, which have proved to be very successful, and a trial of online learning using Zoom and the flexible bulletin board Padlet. There is a need to continue to develop a digital approach to learning, including blended, online and taster courses, tutor and student forums and sharing spaces, including access to file repository (could be outside the VLE) and tools to support course planning, the ability for students to upload their own materials, and track their progress and for digital learning to become fully integrated as part of the WEA's provision going forwards. The promise of digital gives us opportunities to be together in ways we have never been able to before, building education communities in digital ways. Our vision of a VLE is a stable platform enabling us to deliver and manage education; communicate within a teaching community which can develop and share resources; deliver teaching and training in ways which enable students to work collaboratively and link with groups of interest; support the Membership of the WEA as volunteers. There needs to be a phased implementation to enable the WEA to continue to learn and understand the best approach for different audiences. The initial scope of this project will focus on students as the primary recipients of the learning, and must support the need to attract new students to the WEA. The project recognises that this is only achievable as long as tutors are able easily to engage and use the VLE and find it a useful source for sharing of best practice and ideas, since tutors will be the ...

Llanelli Wellness and Life Science Project Development Partnership

Carmarthenshire County Council | Published March 18, 2017
cpvs
70110000

The Llanelli Wellness and Life Science Project was established in May 2016 with the aim of integrating economic development, education, wellness initiatives, research and development, business development and healthcare initiatives to deliver transformational economic and social benefits. The Llanelli Wellness and Life Science Village (The Village) development will be located in Delta Lakes, an area within the Llanelli Waterside South area of the Llanelli Waterside Joint Venture. The Authority wishes to find a partner or partners with whom it will undertake the delivery of the Llanelli Wellness and Life Science Project. The project could be structured as a partnering development arrangement or through a joint venture. The Authority is considering the most appropriate structure for this project and proposals for the most effective structure are welcomed as part of the market sounding exercise. II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 200 000 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 85100000 85300000 79993000 45000000 70000000 70310000 71000000 50700000 73000000 66000000 66100000 79400000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL14 II.2.4) Description of the procurement The Authority wishes to find a partner or partners with whom it will undertake the delivery of the Llanelli Wellness and Life Science Project. The project could be structured as a partnering development arrangement or through a joint venture. If a joint venture structure is adopted this could take the form of a contractual joint venture arrangement or involve the creation of a joint venture vehicle. The stakeholders for this project, and therefore the parties to any joint venture arrangement would comprise the Authority and its partner/s, and the delivery of the project would be undertaken pursuant to the joint venture arrangement. The Authority is considering the most appropriate structure for this project and proposals for the most effective structure are welcomed as part of the market sounding exercise. The Authority’s core aspirations for the project are as follows: - To develop the identified land surrounding Delta Lakes, freehold title to which is held by the Authority [and Welsh Government], in accordance with the Authority’s Masterplan and in doing so to deliver the social, economic and wellbeing goals of the project - To manage the delivery of the project over the period of the build - To identify income earning potential and opportunities for the project and over a longer period to develop and deliver such income streams and to share profits - To take advantage of City Deal funding which may be available to fund the delivery of the project The Authority welcomes proposals for the delivery of these core aspirations as part of the market sounding exercise. It is anticipated that: - The Wellness Hub, which includes leisure, aquatic, reception and information services and the Institute of Life Science and Training elements of the Community Health Hub and other designated business development facilities will be delivered(*) by the Authority and by the appointment of providers from its existing contractor frameworks although the management of those facilities may be undertaken by the joint venture partner/s. (*although the Authority is open to discuss all aspects being delivered by the appointed partner depending on external funding eligibility matters being addressed) - The remaining development elements of the scheme, all of which have income earning potential or saleable value, will be delivered by the successful partner (or relevant partner/s) and the cost of delivery will be offset by the sale, leasing or exploitation of the residential and commercial development of the site - The Authority will achieve market value for the transfer of any land, where transfer is required for the delivery of the scheme - The successful partner/s will share the goals of the Authority whilst bringing expertise in the exploitation of commercial opportunities within the relevant fields of health, education, leisure, commercial and residential development - Day to day control of the delivery of development proposals will rest with the appropriate partner, and all partners will be expected to value engineer and optimise plot values in respect of the elements of the scheme for which they are responsible - Should a joint venture vehicle be established, it will adopt, within its Business Plan and constitution, policies for governance risk management, audit, procurement strategy, social value and value for money protocols to reflect a well-managed high quality organisation - The project will be structured in a manner which is State aid compliant - Depending on the structure settled on, it is possible that a joint venture vehicle could be deemed a “contracting authority” for the purposes of public procurement rules and/or a “public authority” for the purposes of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 The Authority welcomes comment on these proposals and/or alternative proposals as part of the market sounding exercise and, in particular, as to whether its aspirations are achievable and the opportunities presented by the project attractive to the market. II.2.14) Additional information The Authority has produced a master plan for the development comprising the key infrastructure components identified to enable the aims to be realised. Please see Section VI.3 for details how to access the master plan and supporting information. II.3) Estimated date of publication of contract notice: 15/05/2017 Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information The Authority is leading on behalf of a partnership of public sector organisations including Swansea University and Hywel Dda University Health Board. The Authority is keen to ensure that the market-place plays an active role in shaping a viable and attractive tender opportunity. The project master plan and market engagement response form are available to those interested in participating in the market consultation exercise, together with supporting documents. As such, interested parties will need to express their interest in this opportunity in order to access the documentation via wellnessvillage@carmarthenshire.gov.uk. Completed questionnaire response forms must be returned by 5pm (GMT) on 10th April 2017. Teleconferencing calls from interested parties can be organised on request by initially emailing wellnessvillage@carmarthenshire.gov.uk There are currently no tender documents at this stage; submissions received will not be scored and will NOT form part of an evaluation process. Tender procedures and documents will be finalised following supplier feedback and issued thereafter. This exercise will not be used for the purposes of short-listing at a later stage and non-participation will not restrict access to the tender opportunity. The Authority reserves the final right to follow what it considers to be the most appropriate approach to market and will not meet any costs incurred by any party in responding to this exercise. Having considered all representations the Authority reserves the right to package the requirement in such a way as to offer the most cost effective, sustainable solution. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=62298. (WA Ref:62298) VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 16/03/2017 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: wellnessvillage@carmarthenshire.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 71000000Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection servicesConstruction and Real Estate 66100000Banking and investment servicesFinancial and insurance services 79993000Building and facilities management servicesMiscellaneous business-related services 70310000Building rental or sale servicesReal estate agency services on a fee or contract basis 79400000Business and management consultancy and related servicesBusiness services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security 45000000Construction workConstruction and Real Estate 70110000Development services of real estateReal estate services with own property 66000000Financial and insurance servicesFinance and Related Services 85100000Health servicesHealth and social work services 70000000Real estate servicesConstruction and Real Estate 50700000Repair and maintenance services of building installationsRepair and maintenance services 73000000Research and development services and related consultancy servicesResearch and Development 85300000Social work and related servicesHealth and social work services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 1014South West Wales (Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion) 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. Further Instructions The Buyer has attached further instructions with this notice. Please read these carefully and take the necessary action(s). Record your interest Record your interest in this notice and you will be automatically sent clarifications and deadline date changes etc. Please note that recording your interest does not automatically enter you into the tender process for this notice, you still have to submit your response by the deadline stated. To record an interest in this notice and add it to your interests list please click the Record your interest now button at the top of the page. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //
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