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Technical computer support services

St Teilos CIW High School | Published March 8, 2017  -  Deadline April 5, 2017
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72611000

ICT Managed Services for support and maintenance of ICT infrastructure and telecommunication system.

Procurement of ICT Managed Service to support and maintain school ICT infrastructure and Telecommunication system.

Generators

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 30, 2017
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31120000

The NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership, hosted by Velindre NHS Trust are acting on behalf of Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board who are seeking to establish a Framework for the provision of Radio-pharmaceutical Consumables and Krypton Gas Generators within the Medical Physics Department.

AN2005a PR Tender

Chwarae Teg | Published November 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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79416000, 79416100, 79416200

We require a supplier to provide an on-going Public Relations service The key objectives are: To raise awareness of Chwarae Teg and the Agile Nation 2 project. To generate opportunities (To include: TV, radio and press) to further publicise the work of Chwarae Teg and the Agile Nation 2 programme. To maximise relationships with media journalists. This will be measurable by the media coverage achieved through work undertaken via various media channels and press releases. To support the effective marketing of Chwarae Teg and the Agile Nation 2 project. Quotations are sought, based on the following information. The Tender Chwarae Teg requires the services of a Public Relations company with expertise to deliver in accordance with the following tender requirements. An estimated total of three days Public Relations support per month on a rolling contract basis where the opportunity arises or as appropriate. This support will be split as follows: 1 Day per month for Chwarae Teg 2 Days per month for Agile Nation 2 Intended use of the support is as follows: For Chwarae Teg: Issuing press releases (minimum of one per quarter or as appropriate) Identify media opportunities relevant to Chwarae Teg’s vision Develop positive, relevant and news worthy media stories To ensure that the reputation of Chwarae Teg as the “go-to” organisation for gender equality continues to be enhanced Position key Chwarae Teg staff to the media in Wales as expert commentators Generate on-going constructive media interest in the work of Chwarae Teg Monitor and report on media coverage with a monthly written report and on an ad hoc basis verbally as required Provide advice and support to assist in developing the strategic direction for the charity’s messages Supply a media coverage file on a quarterly basis for Chwarae Teg’s board of trustees. For Agile Nation 2: Identify media opportunities relevant to the objectives of the Agile Nation 2 project. Develop beneficial media stories Ensure the successes of Agile Nation 2 are effectively communicated Target regional titles across Wales Monitor and report on media coverage Generate on-going media interest in the work of the project Produce a minimum of one press release every 8 weeks Position key Agile Nation 2 staff to the media in Wales Proactively highlight relevant workplace news stories and build association with Agile Nation 2. This represents the key components of this tender. We are keen to ensure we drive value for money by working proactively with the successful supplier. To facilitate this, our approach for the delivery of this contract will be to encourage the most productive use of your time. In practice this will mean: Keeping meetings to a minimum Being proactive and opportunistic wherever possible to fully embrace creativity As we are already an award winner in the use of social media we do not expect you to duplicate our work or focus exclusively on this.

AN2005 Public Relations Tender

Chwarae Teg | Published September 7, 2015  -  Deadline October 23, 2015
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79416000, 79416100, 79416200

Overview We require a supplier to provide an on-going Public Relations service The key objectives are: To raise awareness of Chwarae Teg and the Agile Nation 2 project. To generate opportunities (To include: TV, radio and press) to further publicise the work of Chwarae Teg and the Agile Nation 2 programme. To maximise relationships with media journalists. This will be measurable by the media coverage achieved through work undertaken via various media channels and press releases. To support the effective marketing of Chwarae Teg and the Agile Nation 2 project. Quotations are sought, based on the following information. The Tender Chwarae Teg requires the services of a Public Relations company with expertise to deliver in accordance with the following tender requirements. An estimated total of three days Public Relations support per month on a rolling contract basis where the opportunity arises or as appropriate. This support will be split as follows: 1 Day per month for Chwarae Teg 2 Days per month for Agile Nation 2 Intended use of the support is as follows: For Chwarae Teg: Issuing press releases (minimum of one per quarter or as appropriate) Identify media opportunities relevant to Chwarae Teg’s vision Develop positive, relevant and news worthy media stories To ensure that the reputation of Chwarae Teg as the “go-to” organisation for gender equality continues to be enhanced Position key Chwarae Teg staff to the media in Wales as expert commentators Generate on-going constructive media interest in the work of Chwarae Teg Monitor and report on media coverage with a monthly written report and on an ad hoc basis verbally as required Provide advice and support to assist in developing the strategic direction for the charity’s messages Supply a media coverage file on a quarterly basis for Chwarae Teg’s board of trustees. For Agile Nation 2: Identify media opportunities relevant to the objectives of the Agile Nation 2 project. Develop beneficial media stories Ensure the successes of Agile Nation 2 are effectively communicated Target regional titles across Wales Monitor and report on media coverage Generate on-going media interest in the work of the project Produce a minimum of one press release every 8 weeks Position key Agile Nation 2 staff to the media in Wales Proactively highlight relevant workplace news stories and build association with Agile Nation 2. This represents the key components of this tender. We are keen to ensure we drive value for money by working proactively with the successful supplier. To facilitate this, our approach for the delivery of this contract will be to encourage the most productive use of your time. In practice this will mean: Keeping meetings to a minimum Being proactive and opportunistic wherever possible to fully embrace creativity As we are already an award winner in the use of social media we do not expect you to duplicate our work or focus exclusively on this.

MRI Radio-Frequency coils

Cardiff University | Published August 20, 2015  -  Deadline September 17, 2015
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33113000, 33112000, 31630000, 31712349, 33113000, 33112000, 31712349, 33113000, 33112000, 31712349, 33113000, 33112000, 31712349, 33113000, 33112000, 31712349, 33113000, 33112000, 31712349, 33113000, 33112000, 31712349, 33113000, 33112000, 31712349, 33113000, 33112000, 31712349

Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre invites tenders for MRI radio-frequency coils for use with its new 7T Siemens MRI system that will be installed at the end of 2015. Further information is available below and also within the ITT which can be found in the Current Tenders section of: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/ Registration on the system is free and all the associated documents can be downloaded FOC

MRI Radio-Frequency coils.

Cardiff University | Published August 22, 2015  -  Deadline September 17, 2015
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33113000, 33112000, 31712349

Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre invites tenders for MRI radio-frequency coils for use with its new 7T Siemens MRI system that will be installed at the end of 2015. Further information is available below and also within the ITT which can be found in the Current Tenders section of: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/ Registration on the system is free and all the associated documents can be downloaded FOC.

Legal, Policy and Compliance Support Service for S4C Content

S4C | Published July 28, 2015  -  Deadline September 3, 2015
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79100000, 79111000

S4C is the only Welsh language television channel in the world and one of the UK's five public service television broadcasters. It is an independent broadcasting authority established under the Broadcasting Act 1981, and regulated by the Communications Act 2003 and the Broadcasting Act 1990. S4C provides a broad range of high quality and diverse programming. The channel airs over 115 hours of Welsh language programming each week. In addition to the above the S4C programme content is available to watch live on the S4C website and as a catch up service on the S4C website and the S4C mobile app, via the BBC iPlayer and on YouView, Smart TVs, Sky, Freeview and many other platforms. S4C is uniquely funded through a mixture of grant in aid, commercial revenue and licence fee contribution from the BBC. In addition the BBC supplies ten hours a week of programming funded from the licence fee. The Service being tendered will require the supplier to provide the following to support programme producers that provide programmes to S4C within a legal context: • advice in relation to all legislation, policies (including S4C policies), relevant codes of practice (including practical application of the Ofcom Code) and operational guidelines relevant to the production of audio-visual content including, without limitation, matters in relation to health and safety, data protection, copyright, the Working Time Directive, pensions legislation, bribery legislation, contracting and protecting children and vulnerable people and programme/legal compliance issues including ensuring effective dissemination of regular updates on new or changing legislation, codes or guidance. • comprehensive and accurate information and advice regarding the full range of contractual arrangements between production companies on the one hand and rights holders/contributors to content on the other and guidance on how practically to ensure clearance of all appropriate rights and all appropriate consents for S4C programmes in accordance with S4C licence agreements including advice on competition rules, data protection contracts and clauses which ensure the appropriate consents for the processing of data; • a bespoke and standard contract service (including an up to date precedent bank) across production companies’ production and engagement activity which reflect S4C’s contractual and other requirements including contributor contracts (with appropriate consent and data protection clauses), location agreements, photographer agreements, cast and crew agreements, writers agreements, musicians agreements and competition terms and conditions; • promotion of good industrial relations in the sector and the maintenance of relationships with the unions (currently WGGB, Equity, BECTU, MU and DUK) and collection societies (e.g. MCPS, PRS, ALCS or others) that represent contributors to content or third party rights holders; represent the independent sector and S4C’s requirements during discussions on engagement and licensing arrangements (including rights and fees frameworks) with unions and collection societies both on standard terms and bespoke terms, where appropriate, to take into account new rights requirements and/or rights for special projects; • advice in relation to contractual, employment and business affairs matters; • an information, advice and support service in relation to agreements with unions and collection societies and in relation to the precedent bank referred to above; • an active advisory and resolution service in relation to any contractual disputes between the production companies and those they engage whether by agreement, conciliation, mediation or arbitration, acknowledging the individual’s right to have representation; • promotion of good practice across all production, contractual and employment activity; • provide guidance and encouragement to the independent production sector to incorporate diversity and equal opportunities across all aspects of en

2 x Survey Grade Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)

Natural Resources Wales | Published July 3, 2015  -  Deadline July 20, 2015
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32000000, 32500000, 32530000, 64200000

NRW currently have two Leica System 1200 GPS units, which require replacing with two survey grade GNSS units that meet the minimum requirements and specification set out. The Leica System 1200 GPS units are generally used in network RTK (SmartNet) configuration, over the Vodafone telecoms network. But have often been used for Static Observations, and RTK using radio and GSM links. Because the Leica equipment will be retained for Static observations, the core function of the replacement system will be Network RTK. Data is currently processed in Leica Geo Office 7.1 and typically displayed in Applications in Cadd’s N4CE or ESRI’s Arc Map. To help upskill staff and to increase GNSS use across the organisation, two levels of training are required as part of this tender. Both levels will be delivered at two sites across North Wales, Bangor and Buckley. This will equate to 4 training sessions in total.

Cytundeb Fframwaith Cyfieithu / Translation Framework Agreement

S4C | Published June 12, 2015  -  Deadline July 7, 2015
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79530000

1. S4C is the only Welsh language television channel in the world and one of the UK's five public service television broadcasters. It is an independent broadcasting authority established under the Broadcasting Act 1981, and regulated by the Communications Act 2003 and the Broadcasting Act 1990. S4C provides a broad range of high quality and diverse programming. The channel airs over 115 hours of Welsh language programming each week. In addition to the above the S4C programme content is available to watch live on the S4C website via broadband and the on-demand service on the s4c.cymru website, via the BBC iPlayer and on YouView, Smart TVs, Sky, Freeview and many other platforms. S4C is uniquely funded through a mixture of grant in aid, commercial revenue and licence fee contribution from the BBC. In addition the BBC supplies 10 hours a week of programming funded from the licence fee. 2. S4C invites applicants to form part of a panel to supply Welsh/English translation services. S4C is tendering for framework agreements for translation services for letters, documents, reports, marketing materials, guidelines and policies, the Annual Report and Accounts and simultaneous translation. From time to time, S4C will also require the translation of legal documents. Translation from Welsh to English and also from English to Welsh will be required. Translation to other languages will not be required. We are looking for a limited number of suppliers (a maximum of 6) to form a framework of suppliers. Tenderers will be required to show extensive and successful experience in the field of Welsh/English translation. Suppliers may tender for the translation of documentation only and may note specialisms e.g. legal documents, or for live simultaneous translation only (if they have expertise in these fields). Suppliers who form part of this framework will be offered translation work by S4C as the need arises. The work will be on a project or projects basis as required. S4C intends to offer individual agreements to successful applicants in order to form the framework of suppliers. However, please note that being part of the framework does not guarantee that the successful tenderer will be offered any work. As the work under the contract is as required, the total work available to the suppliers is dependent upon S4C’s internal workload and human and financial resources from time to time.

Wales Brand Creative Collective

Welsh Government | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline April 22, 2015
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22462000, 79340000, 79341000, 79341100, 79341200, 79341400, 79342000, 79342100, 79413000, 92111200, 92111210, 92111220

Wales 2015 is a confident, creative, connected country: Pinewood Studio; Life Sciences Hub; Zip World; Y Gwyll/Hinterland; NATO Summit Wales; Green Man and Festival No 6. Wales is reinventing itself as a home to global brands, distinctive indigenous companies, and innovative thinking. We offer some of the best adventure in Europe in some of its most breath-taking locations. And our rich culture is alive in music, film and television that is enjoyed across the globe. Our ambition now is to harness the very best of this industry, culture and creativity to continue to build a compelling, contemporary nation brand for Wales. A brand for the digital future that is ambitious and challenging, and makes Wales relevant to the world. Our aim is to continue to develop a challenging, ambitious, outstanding Wales nation brand with credibility, impact and longevity. Our intention is to build on the current approach with new flagship ideas and campaigns, and to put in place a strong multi-channel creative approach that will inspire audiences across the world and within Wales. We are looking for an approach that is fresh and distinctive: internationally outstanding and unmistakably Welsh. Our objective is to appoint a ‘best in class’ Creative Collective of individuals and/or an agency who can bring a track record of international brand development and implementation; a strong understanding of Wales and its culture; as well as a highly-creative and digital perspective to this project. Our success will hinge on an ability to deliver a relevant and engaging story for Wales, thinking that captures big creative ideas, and bringing that ambition to life through multi-channel platforms. We want to focus in particular on the potential to drive digital and social media engagement. It is important to note that the agency or collective will be expected to work very closely with a core project team. The work will be symbiotic and a great deal of collaboration and partnership working is anticipated. The contract will be split into the following three phases: STAGE 1 Familiarisation and Creative Brief STAGE 2 Creative Development STAGE 3 Delivery of Initial Brand Assets

Viewing and Audience Appreciation Data Services

S4C | Published January 9, 2015  -  Deadline February 9, 2015
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79300000, 79310000

S4C is the only Welsh language television channel and one of the UK's five public service television broadcasters. It is an independent broadcasting authority established under the Broadcasting Act 1981, and regulated by the Communications Act 2003 and the Broadcasting Act 1990. S4C provides a broad range of high quality and diverse programming. The channel airs over 115 hours of Welsh language programming each week. In addition to the above the S4C programme content is available to watch live on the S4C website via broadband and the ‘Clic’ catch up service, via the BBC iPlayer and on YouView, Smart TVs, Sky, Freeview and many other platforms. S4C is uniquely funded through a mixture of grant in aid, commercial revenue and licence fee contribution from the BBC. In addition the BBC supplies ten hours a week of programming funded from the licence fee. S4C wishes to appoint a provider to recruit and administer a panel of members of the public to provide estimates of viewing and audience appreciation data in connection with the S4C programmes. The key elements of the services to be provided are: - The recruitment, management and administration of a panel of at least 1,500 adults made up of 750 Welsh speakers and 750 non-Welsh speakers. - All recruitment must be conducted bilingually in Welsh and English, with Welsh at first contact for Welsh speakers. - The panel members shall all be based in Wales, and the geographical and demographic representation of the panel should reflect that of Wales, with weighting to reflect either census populations or BARB Establishment Survey populations (to be discussed). - The delivery to S4C of a weekly survey capturing consumption of S4C programmes (time spent viewing S4C programmes) and the audience’s appreciation of S4C at a channel level as well as individual programme level. The appreciation indices (AI’s) will be scores out of 100, derived from a 10-point scale. S4C may specify specific questions which the successful tender shall include in the weekly survey. - The delivery to S4C of a general cross-channel appreciation survey once a month (channel appreciation score – up to 10 channels). - The delivery to S4C of a report regarding responses of the panel to supplementary questions once a month. S4C shall nominate the supplementary questions which shall be limited to 3 topics per month. - Each member of the panel shall be contacted bilingually or in the language of their choice, Welsh or English, and all communication & documentation shall be bilingual or in the language of the panellist’s choice. - Surveys shall be conducted in accordance with MRS best practice, no more than 70% shall be conducted online with at least 30% conducted by post. - All panel members shall be 16 years old or older and shall exclude individuals working in the media industry in Wales. - The successful tenderer shall ensure that at least one full time member of staff is a Welsh speaker to provide Welsh language services and deal with any questions or queries from panel members. - The organisation providing the service must abide by the MRS Code of Conduct in relation to the provision of these services to S4C. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=20374.

Cytundeb Darparu Gwasanaethau Archwilio Mewnol/Contract for the Provision of Internal Audit Services

S4C | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2015
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79212000, 79212200

1. Introduction 1.1 The S4C Authority is responsible for the provision and regulatory compliance of S4C’s services (subject to the regulatory powers vested in Ofcom by the Communications Act 2003). The statutory provisions relating to S4C are set out in the Broadcasting Acts 1990 and 1996 and the Communications Act 2003. S4C operates under Sections 203 to 207 (inclusive) and Schedule 12 to the Communications Act 2003. Section 204 provides that the Authority shall have the function of providing television programme services of high quality with a view to their being available for reception wholly or mainly by members of the public in Wales. 1.2 S4C is a Statutory Corporation which receives funding from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), from its commercial revenue and, since 2013/14 from the Licence Fee through the BBC Trust. This is in accordance with the Framework Agreement of September 2011 between the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and the BBC Trust and the Operating Agreement between the BBC Trust and the S4C Authority of January 2013. S4C is accountable to the BBC Trust for the use of the licence fee money that comes via the Trust. 1.3 To enable the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport to implement the changes to the funding of S4C, the S4C Authority’s previous funding formula was amended in December 2011 by Section 31 of the Public Bodies Act 2011. Under this amended provision the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport now has a statutory duty to secure that “in 2012 and each subsequent year the S4C Authority is paid an amount which s/he considers sufficient to cover the cost to the Authority during that year of (a) providing the Authority’s public Services; and (b) arranging for the broadcasting or Distribution of those services”. 1.4 S4C has established a limited number of wholly owned subsidiary companies that generate commercial revenue from a range of commercial activities. 1.5 S4C’s finances are divided between the Public Service Fund, (which includes the income received from DCMS and the BBC Trust) and the General Fund (which does not include the income received by DCMS and the BBC Trust but encompasses income from the commercial activities). The audit functions which are the subject of this tender extend across both funds. 1.6 S4C also receives at least 10 hours on average of Welsh programming each week from the BBC for free. 1.7 Since October 2010, following the Comprehensive Spending Review, S4C has seen a significant reduction in its funding. In order to achieve some of the necessary savings the organisation undertook a major restructuring process. 1.8 The BBC’s current Royal Charter runs until 31 December 2016. Due to the way that S4C is now funded the renewal of the BBC’s Charter will have an impact on S4C during the course of this contract. 1.9 S4C has announced its intention to relocate its Headquarters to Carmarthen by January 2018 and to co-locate some staff with BBC Cymru/Wales at a new building to be built in the centre of Cardiff. 2. Scope of the Tender 2.1 The scope of work under the contract for the Internal Auditing Services shall include an audit of the financial records and processes from 2015/16 to 2017/18 in accordance with a work schedule agreed with the S4C Authority’s Audit & Risk Management Committee. 2.2 We estimate that the number of days required to fulfil S4C’s Internal Audit needs would be approximately 35 days per annum (including planning and administration). 2.3 The majority of the documentation relating to the audit services is available in Welsh only. You will therefore need to ensure and demonstrate adequate linguistic abilities in your application. 2.4 S4C has a duty to ensure that there is no direct or indirect subsidy of its commercial activities from the Public Service Fund. It is also required to deal separately with the Public Service Fund and the General Fund Submissions should, therefore, indic

Skills for the Digital Economy - Final Programme Evaluation

Creative Skillset Cymru | Published October 17, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014
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73000000, 73210000

The Skills for the Digital Economy programme develops and delivers flexible, industry-led training to meet the needs of creative media employers and freelancers working or living in west Wales, north west Wales the Valleys. The programme is backed with £2.6m from the European Social Fund (ESF) through the Welsh Government, with the rest of the funds provided by Welsh broadcaster S4C, the trade association for independent producers in film and television in Wales, Teledwyr Annibynnol Cymru (TAC) and Creative Skillset Cymru. The Skills for the Digital Economy is a four and a half year programme which started in 2011 and will run through to June 2015 with the prime objective of supporting the creative economy in Wales which was identified by the Welsh Government as a priority sector for business support. The Skills for the Digital Economy programme is made up of two main stages: 1. Research Creative Skillset Cymru conducts research on the skills needs for the creative media workforce in the convergence region, which has informed the development and delivery of training provision. 2. Training Based on the skills priorities identified in the research, training is tendered out for training providers to deliver. The Skills for the Digital Economy team work with training providers to run full and part time courses as well as short courses. These courses are mainly aimed at industry professionals looking to upskill or make a career change, as well as new entrants to the industry. The training schemes continuously adapt and develop according to industry needs. All our training courses are guided by the Skills for the Digital Economy Industry Steering Group. A further key aim of the programme is to address the diversity and environmental sustainability issues the sector may currently face in the convergence region. This can include increasing gender equality, helping companies ‘green' their productions, or adopting green ICT. We now wish to commission a final report to provide a robust quantitative economic impact evaluation of the Skills for the Digital Economy programme to assess its effectiveness and performance including: achievement of gross outputs and expenditure against its approved targets; adjustment from gross to net outputs after accounting for deadweight effects, as appropriate; assessment of the contribution of outputs to attributable outcomes including any unintended outcomes/effects; assessment of additionality and an assessment of the wider impacts on west Wales, north west Wales and the Valley's economy or more broadly if significant. More specifically to assess whether or not the programme has achieved its objectives and what has and has not worked well, for whom and under what circumstances. To assess the original rationale for the project and whether this rationale is/is not still valid (including how it fits in with ESF priorities and those of other local, regional and national strategies). Assessment of Strategic Added Value (SAV) - broadly, the added value realised through coordinating and influencing activities that result in project outcomes being delivered by other, in addition to outcomes directly delivered through funded activities. A value for money assessment will also be required to demonstrate the cost effectiveness in terms of input/output cost ratios and a cost-benefit analysis to monetise the social and economic return from investment. Confirmation that the programme is on track to deliver against the Creative Skillset Cymru 8 'tests' which can help us recognise where SAV is being generated namely: 1. Creating confidence in the prospects for regional growth 2. Providing strategic leadership (of regional partners and stakeholders) 3. Exerting a strategic influence (over key partners and stakeholders) 4. Leveraging investment from other sources 5. Developing synergy (in activity of sector partners, stakeholders and target audiences) 6. Stimulating a 'scaling up' of beneficial activit

ICT Managed Service

St Teilo's Church in Wales High School | Published March 8, 2017
cpvs
72611000

ICT Managed Service for maintenance and support of ICT Infrastructure and Telecommunication system II.1.5) Estimated total value Value excluding VAT: 300 000.00 GBP II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 72611000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKL22 Main site or place of performance: St Teilos CIW High School II.2.4) Description of the procurement Procurement of ICT Managed Service for maintenance and support of ICT Infrastructure and Telecommunications system II.2.6) Estimated value Value excluding VAT: 300 000.00 GBP II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 36 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: 3 year contract with 1 year optional at the discretion of the awarding authority. Starting 1st September 2017 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.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: Please see PQQ Pre-Qualification Questionnaire 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 III.2.3) Information about staff responsible for the performance of the contract Obligation to indicate the names and professional qualifications of the staff assigned to performing the contract Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Restricted 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 expressions of interest Date: 05/04/2017 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.5) Scheduled date for start of award procedures 01/09/2017 Section VI: Complementary information VI.2) Information about electronic workflows Electronic invoicing will be accepted VI.3) Additional information 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=63701. (WA Ref:63701) VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body St Teilo's Church in Wales High School Circle Way East, Llanedeyrn Cardiff CF23 9PD UK Telephone: +44 2920547180 Internet address(es) URL: www.stteilos.com VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 06/03/2017 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: a.lewis@stteilos.com Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 72611000Technical computer support servicesComputer support services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 1022Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan 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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Ad Hoc and Specialist Reactive Works and Maintenance Dynamic Purchasing System

Linc-Cymru Housing Association | Published April 12, 2017
Winner
2D Property Maintenance Ltd
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Linc intends to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) to procure a range of reactive maintenance works and services across its portfolio of properties in South Wales. Reactive maintenance works and services are those which comprise day to day emergency repairs together with short term items to rectify immediate problems. These are for ad hoc works that are outside of our existing repairs contracts that we have in place. The anticipated period of the DPS will run from the date of signing of the earliest DPS Agreement (likely to be 30 January 2017), for 2 years with an option to extend for a further 2 years. The nature of the works means that it is not possible to provide any accurate estimate of spend over the life of the DPS. For indicative purposes only Linc’s reactive maintenance budget against all areas covered by the DPS for the financial year 2016/17 excluding VAT, budget is £1,900,000 for all reactive repairs. Of which these ad hoc repairs make up a proportion of that expenditure. The contract will include major and minor construction works for a range of residential and care buildings. Once successful contractors are allocated against each lot, we will then operate on a quick quote basis, on Sell2Wales for each package of work, and only contractors within that list will be approached to quote. The works and services under the DPS will include: - Security alarm - Security fencing - CCTV; Maintenance and Installation - Door entry - Guard security and target hardening - Locksmiths - Automatic doors - Windows installation, maintenance and servicing - Doors, internal and external; installation and maintenance - Garage doors - Television aerials and satellite dishes - Generators - Roofing installation - Roofing repair and maintenance - Rainwater guttering installation - Rainwater guttering repair and maintenance - Pest control - Waste management - Asbestos removal - Aids and adaptations installation - Aids and adaptations maintenance and servicing - Landscaping - Hard landscaping; paths and driveways - Gardening and general grounds maintenance works - Tree inspection - Tree management works and surgery - Fencing and hard landscaping - Damp proofing - Cavity wall extraction - External wall insulation - RICS surveyors - Bathrooms supply and fit - Kitchen fitters - Carpets and flooring It is Linc’s intention that the DPS be divided into separate lots for each of the above categories of works and services.

Medical equipments

Cardiff University | Published March 31, 2017
Winner
SAS LEMER PAX
cpvs
33100000, 38511100

PETIC are committed to either purchasing or leasing an automated dose dispenser system.

The system PETIC wishes to procure will allow for the receipt of a shielded vial of a positron emitting radio-pharmaceutical. The system will, under operator control, dispense the required radioactivity and volume of the radio-pharmaceutical and administer it to the patient via a remote delivery line.

As part of a wider upgrade of equipment within the Cardiff Catalysis Institute (CCI), School of Chemistry, a Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) is required. Although the primary role of the SEM will be for analysis of catalytic materials relating to academic research in Cardiff University, the instrument will eventually be part of a wider microscopy suite which will service other research groups within Cardiff University, in particular the Compound Semiconductor Institute.

Radio pagers

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published January 20, 2017
Winner
Multitone Electronics plc
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32344220

NWSSP on behalf of Cardiff and Vale NHS University Local Health Board uLHB purchases the Maintenance of Internal Pager Bleeper Systems on behalf of Corporate Services in the University Hospital of Wales. The current products were purchased out of capital monies many years ago. These were purchased from Multitone. The usage of these has reduced greatly but there is still a requirement for those still in use to be maintained. Any change of supplier currently would necessitate the purchase of new pagers and incur a cost implication which in the current climate the Health Board are not able to undertake. Based on this whilst they review the future requirements they wish to put a contract in for three years on an annual basis whilst the requirement for this contract is reviewed.

The requirements under the maintenance include:

Repair of electrical faults due to fair wear and tear;

Repair of electrical faults due to light impact;

Case Clean;

Replace plastic case parts;

Average repair time (5 working days);

Average repair time (3 working days);

Average repair time (2 working days);

Technical response within 16 working hours;

Technical response within 8 working hours;

Technical response within 4 working hours;

Includes the labour costs;

Includes the material costs;

Preventative maintenance visits;

The above on site response is based on a 5-day week 09:00 to 17:00 (excluding Statutory holidays).

Upgrades are available.

Monday-Sunday 24 hours.

Telecommunications network

Welsh Government | Published December 1, 2016
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32412100, 32000000, 32500000, 32520000, 32521000, 32522000, 32523000, 32524000, 32562200, 64200000, 32412000, 32570000, 32571000, 32572000, 45232300, 45231600

Superfast 2 Cymru (Project) is a national project to bring superfast broadband to areas of Wales currently deemed commercially unviable by the market.

The current Superfast Cymru programme is due to end in 2017. Access to superfast broadband for the remaining underserved eligible premises will be addressed via the Project.

The purpose of this voluntary notice is to commence a market engagement exercise to explore the range of possible solutions / strategies prior to embarking on a competitive bid process to appoint contractor/s to deliver the Project.

Public sector investment of circa 30 000 000 GBP to 200 000 000 GBP may be available from UK Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport, Welsh Government and European Structural and Investment Funds programme for 2014 — 2020 in Wales.

To facilitate the deployment of infrastructure that will support superfast broadband to premises that will not be able to access such a service under the current Superfast Cymru Programme.

An Open Market Review to establish existing and planned (next 3 years) coverage of broadband services across Wales by all existing, and any prospective, NGA broadband infrastructure providers, is expected to be issued during November 2016. This will identify the Intervention Area in scope for further investment.

Legal, Policy and Compliance Support Service for S4C Content

S4C | Published December 7, 2015
Winner
Capital Law Llp
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S4C is the only Welsh language television channel in the world and one of the UK's five public service television broadcasters. It is an independent broadcasting authority established under the Broadcasting Act 1981, and regulated by the Communications Act 2003 and the Broadcasting Act 1990. S4C provides a broad range of high quality and diverse programming. The channel airs over 115 hours of Welsh language programming each week. In addition to the above the S4C programme content is available to watch live on the S4C website and as a catch up service on the S4C website and the S4C mobile app, via the BBC iPlayer and on YouView, Smart TVs, Sky, Freeview and many other platforms. S4C is uniquely funded through a mixture of grant in aid, commercial revenue and licence fee contribution from the BBC. In addition the BBC supplies ten hours a week of programming funded from the licence fee. The Service being tendered will require the supplier to provide the following to support programme producers that provide programmes to S4C within a legal context: • advice in relation to all legislation, policies (including S4C policies), relevant codes of practice (including practical application of the Ofcom Code) and operational guidelines relevant to the production of audio-visual content including, without limitation, matters in relation to health and safety, data protection, copyright, the Working Time Directive, pensions legislation, bribery legislation, contracting and protecting children and vulnerable people and programme/legal compliance issues including ensuring effective dissemination of regular updates on new or changing legislation, codes or guidance. • comprehensive and accurate information and advice regarding the full range of contractual arrangements between production companies on the one hand and rights holders/contributors to content on the other and guidance on how practically to ensure clearance of all appropriate rights and all appropriate consents for S4C programmes in accordance with S4C licence agreements including advice on competition rules, data protection contracts and clauses which ensure the appropriate consents for the processing of data; • a bespoke and standard contract service (including an up to date precedent bank) across production companies’ production and engagement activity which reflect S4C’s contractual and other requirements including contributor contracts (with appropriate consent and data protection clauses), location agreements, photographer agreements, cast and crew agreements, writers agreements, musicians agreements and competition terms and conditions; • promotion of good industrial relations in the sector and the maintenance of relationships with the unions (currently WGGB, Equity, BECTU, MU and DUK) and collection societies (e.g. MCPS, PRS, ALCS or others) that represent contributors to content or third party rights holders; represent the independent sector and S4C’s requirements during discussions on engagement and licensing arrangements (including rights and fees frameworks) with unions and collection societies both on standard terms and bespoke terms, where appropriate, to take into account new rights requirements and/or rights for special projects; • advice in relation to contractual, employment and business affairs matters; • an information, advice and support service in relation to agreements with unions and collection societies and in relation to the precedent bank referred to above; • an active advisory and resolution service in relation to any contractual disputes between the production companies and those they engage whether by agreement, conciliation, mediation or arbitration, acknowledging the individual’s right to have representation; • promotion of good practice across all production, contractual and employment activity; • provide guidance and encouragement to the independent production sector to incorporate diversity and equal opportunities across all aspects of en

Cytundeb Fframwaith Cyfieithu / Translation Framework Agreement

S4C | Published September 14, 2015
Winner
Clear Translations Ltd, Trywydd Cyf, Lingo - Lowri Gwyn Cyf, Cofus, Cymen Cyf., Prysg, Trosol
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1. S4C is the only Welsh language television channel in the world and one of the UK's five public service television broadcasters. It is an independent broadcasting authority established under the Broadcasting Act 1981, and regulated by the Communications Act 2003 and the Broadcasting Act 1990. S4C provides a broad range of high quality and diverse programming. The channel airs over 115 hours of Welsh language programming each week. In addition to the above the S4C programme content is available to watch live on the S4C website via broadband and the on-demand service on the s4c.cymru website, via the BBC iPlayer and on YouView, Smart TVs, Sky, Freeview and many other platforms. S4C is uniquely funded through a mixture of grant in aid, commercial revenue and licence fee contribution from the BBC. In addition the BBC supplies 10 hours a week of programming funded from the licence fee. 2. S4C invites applicants to form part of a panel to supply Welsh/English translation services. S4C is tendering for framework agreements for translation services for letters, documents, reports, marketing materials, guidelines and policies, the Annual Report and Accounts and simultaneous translation. From time to time, S4C will also require the translation of legal documents. Translation from Welsh to English and also from English to Welsh will be required. Translation to other languages will not be required. We are looking for a limited number of suppliers (a maximum of 6) to form a framework of suppliers. Tenderers will be required to show extensive and successful experience in the field of Welsh/English translation. Suppliers may tender for the translation of documentation only and may note specialisms e.g. legal documents, or for live simultaneous translation only (if they have expertise in these fields). Suppliers who form part of this framework will be offered translation work by S4C as the need arises. The work will be on a project or projects basis as required. S4C intends to offer individual agreements to successful applicants in order to form the framework of suppliers. However, please note that being part of the framework does not guarantee that the successful tenderer will be offered any work. As the work under the contract is as required, the total work available to the suppliers is dependent upon S4C’s internal workload and human and financial resources from time to time.