NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde (NHSGG&C) wish to purchase a solution to offer a WiFi Enabled computer tablet based Patient Entertainment Service (PES)across NHSGG&C Sites.
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde (GG&C) invite bidders to provide a fixed price to develop and trial a Patient Entertainment System (PES) and to develop a business case to roll-out across in-scope GG&C sites. The service will provide f.o.c. access to PES for all patients across GG&C. It is anticipated that appx. 2000 tablet devices would be required to provide a comprehensive solution. The System is expected to 1) Provide access to television services 2) Provide access to radio services including BBC, commercial and hospital; 3) Provide access to patient information services including forms, documents and websites.
The BBC seeks to engage a Supplier to work in partnership to ensure successful delivery of a Media Asset Management (MAM) and integral ingest system solution for TV and Online Production.
This procurement is a part of the delivery of technology to the new BBC Wales building in Central Square. Suppliers can assume that the physical installation of the hardware components of their systems will be done by a systems integrator for all project phases, but are asked to provide full details of these hardware components when asked to do so in the tender document.
Suppliers can assume that the IT hardware platforms will be provided by the BBC as free-issue items. The network hardware will be configured by the BBC, but Suppliers are expected to take part in relevant design activities led by the BBC to determine the final configuration. IT servers and non-Supplier provided software and licenses, such as OS/virtualisation system/commercially available database etc will be provided by the BBC. Details of these systems need to be itemised in the Pricing Schedule as free issue items so that the BBC understands what components it needs to provide. Where a Supplier provides their own stream ingest servers, storage and/or transcode systems, they are asked to option these items in the Pricing Schedule in order to baseline the total costs against Suppliers that do not provide any of these components. Likewise, where a Supplier does not provide their own stream ingest servers, storage and/or transcode systems, they are asked to provide itemised details of commercially available products such that the BBC can obtain costings. This specification covers the design, delivery (except for BBC provided equipment) and commissioning of the system. Final acceptance testing will be carried out by BBC staff.
This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to notify the market of the Authority’s forthcoming procurement for a Mobilisation Application and Associated Services (MP1), which is part of its Mobile Data Vehicle Solution (“MDVS”) Programme, being led by the Ambulance Radio Programme (“ARP”). A Bidder Event is scheduled for Thursday 13th October 2016 in Central London, England, UK at 10.30 am to brief potential bidders on this procurement. Attendance will be limited to 2 attendees per prospective bidder. Prospective bidders who are interested in attending the Bidder Event should register their attendees by emailing: email@example.com by Monday 3rd October 2016. Further details including venue information will be confirmed by email to those registering an interest to attend.