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Postal and telecommunications services

Crescent Purchasing Consortium | Published May 11, 2016
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Postal and telecommunications services

Radio-isotopes

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 11, 2016
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09344000

Radio-isotopes

Postal and telecommunications services

Crescent Purchasing Consortium | Published October 9, 2015  -  Deadline October 26, 2015
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Postal and telecommunications services

Postal and telecommunications services

Crescent Purchasing Consortium | Published September 24, 2015  -  Deadline October 12, 2015
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64000000, 64100000, 64110000, 64111000, 64112000, 64113000, 64115000, 64116000, 64121100, 64121200, 64122000, 64216110, 64216120, 30130000, 30131000, 30131100, 30131200, 30131300, 30131400, 30131500, 30131600, 30131800, 30132000, 30132100, 30133000, 30133100, 30144100, 30170000, 48000000, 48100000, 48200000, 48211000, 48213000, 48214000, 48219000, 48223000, 48310000, 48311000, 48311100, 48318000, 48313000, 48328000, 48329000, 48613000, 48720000, 48781000, 48782000, 48920000, 60160000, 79570000, 79571000, 30120000, 30121000, 30121100, 30121200, 30121300, 79810000, 79811000, 48300000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79000000

Postal and telecommunications services

CLARA Radio Frequency Distribution System

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published December 8, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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31712000

This specification concerns the design, manufacture, testing, delivery to Daresbury Laboratory, installation and documentation of a radio frequency reference distribution system and the potential to supply further identical systems. The RF reference distribution system bid must comprise of:- 1. A system that can take in the CLARA RF reference of 2998.5MHz at 10dBm and distribute the signal over up to 70 meters. This will be called the transmitter system. 2. A system to receive the CLARA RF reference signal from the transmitter system that can output the 2998.5MHz signal at 10dBm. This will be called the receiver system. 3. The specification of signal and control cables that need to be installed between the transmitter and receiver to provide an overall low drift and low jitter reference distribution system. STFC Daresbury laboratory will be responsible for purchasing and installing the required cabling system. 4. Installation of the transmitter and receiver systems, commissioning and a site acceptance test (SAT) to be performed at Daresbury Laboratory.

Telecommunications Equipment.

NWUPC LTD | Published December 19, 2014  -  Deadline February 2, 2015
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32552110, 32551300, 32551500, 32552600, 32552120, 32551000, 31224810, 32552130, 31224400, 32236000

The NWUPC wishes to establish a multi provider Framework Agreement for the supply and delivery of Telecommunications Equipment. The NWUPC is acting as lead consortia. The agreement put in place will be open to the consortia listed below. Lot 1: Telephony and Unified Comms. Lot 2: Telephony and Licencing Lot 3: Infrastructure Starting on the 1.4.2015 until the 31.3.2018 plus the option to extend for a 12 month period until the 31.3.2019. There no guaranteed level of expenditure on this Agreement; the competitiveness, level of service offered, and marketing effort of the chosen suppliers will be a large factor in determining how many institutions support the Agreement. The Authority are looking for Providers who will actively promote and market the Agreement and it is anticipated that multiple Providers will be appointed under the Framework Agreement. The Framework Agreement is to be open to the current and future member institutions and affiliated Public Sector bodies including FE colleges as defined by the Consortia. Any other HE or FE Institution within the UK wishing to participate in this agreement is only able to do so via a subsequent application that is accepted by the NWUPC. The membership of the Consortia may change in the future owing to strategic realignment or the inclusion of new full or associate and affiliate members, who could be outside the education/research sector, but within the public sector. Institutions that are not members of the Consortia may be subject to the payment of additional access fees on an annual basis to the coordinating body in respect of their use of the agreement. These fees are individually agreed up front with each institution and may be waived at the discretion of the NWUPC. The agreements will also be made available, during their incubation period, to those participating institutions spin off companies where 50 % or more of their equity is owned by a participating institution or group of participating institutions. Please see the lists of consortia members. All Agreements resulting from this tender process should be made available to and apply to all current and future members of the participating consortia. It should also apply, with the express written permission of the Authority, to any member of any other Higher or Further Education regional purchasing consortium or any other Higher Education Institution in the United Kingdom as well as the Research Councils, providing that they formally commit to participate in and support this Agreement. The Authority will only grant permission at the request of the consortium; or an institution if it is not a member of a Consortium. This Agreement is not intended to replace any current Agreements that either participating or non-participating consortia may already have in place. NEUPC http://www.neupc.ac.uk/our-members SUPC http://supc.procureweb.ac.uk/about-us APUC http://www.apuc-scot.ac.uk/#!/members LUPC http://www.lupc.ac.uk/list-of-members.html HEPCW http://www.hepcw.ac.uk/about-us-2/ CPC http://www.cpc.salford.ac.uk/ NWUPC http://www,nwupc.ac.uk/ This framework agreement will be open for NWUPC and CPC members for European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) projects. Returns must be uploaded and submitted via the In-Tend system found at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/nwupc by 12:00 noon on the 2.2.2015. Late returns may not be considered. Documents can be accessed online via Intend following registration: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/nwupc/aspx/Home Additional information is available in the tender documents.

Telecommunications system

Mosscare Housing Group | Published November 17, 2016
Winner
4 Net Technologies Ltd
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32524000

Contract Award for the provision of a Telephony and Contact Centre solution which includes Call Recording, Call Reporting and integration to Microsoft Exchange.

The provision of a Telephony and Contact Centre solution which includes Call Recording, Call Reporting and integration to Microsoft Exchange.

Telecommunications system

Mosscare Housing Group | Published July 26, 2016  -  Deadline August 30, 2016
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Provision of a Telephony and Contact Centre including Call Recording and Integration to Microsoft Exchange.

Decommission, Removal and Storage of Radio Hardware, Fixtures and Fittings and Associated Transmission Equipment

Cheshire West and Chester | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 7, 2015
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CWaC are seeking to award a contract to a supplier to decommission, remove and store for potential disposal wireless hardware and associated equipment relating to Cheshire East and Cheshire West and Chester Council's Radion based WAN Infrastructure which is now becoming surplus to requirements. This infrastructure comprises mainly of the equipment in the list below: · Radio Masts · Dishes · Wall Mounted Brackets · Cabling on privately owned masts and wall mounted sites. · Associated transmission equipment (Internal & External) This wireless equipment is at present located on a mixture of the Council's owned and rented sites predominately rooftop or mast sites' across the County of Cheshire - see the enclosed site list and definitions contained within the ITT.

Construction project management services

The University of Manchester | Published April 29, 2017
Winner
Buro Four Project Services
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71541000

Project management services for the First Light project at Jodrell Bank.

Jodrell Bank — The First Light Project — Project Management Consultant Services.

The First Light project is an HLF-supported initiative that aims to conserve and restore the heritage at the Jodrell Bank site and create a spectacular new visitor space to display the history of Radio Astronomy. This project will be part of a wider investment and development at Jodrell Bank, part of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics at the University of Manchester.

Data and Telecommunication Cabling Framework

The University of Manchester | Published September 20, 2016
Winner
T.I.S. Limited
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32420000, 32421000, 32500000

Data Cabling Services.

The University require a number of contractors to undertake the installation, repair and maintenance of the University's telephone, data and fibre optic cabling systems. Currently the framework have 3 contractors on it who each have the capability to undertake one or more of the University's structured cabling systems,which are Molex, Systimax SCS and ADC Krone and the blown fibre systems, which are Emtelle / BT Unysis & ADC Krone.

Future installations for new build and major refurbishment works will be Cat6a Molex only. Small works will predominantly be for Cat5e and the structured cabling solution required will be Molex.

The University requires that the core inter-building fibres on campus are covered by a maintenance contract. Contractors must therefore be able to demonstrate their capability to offer maintenance services as part of their portfolio.

All works must be in accordance with The University of Manchester Specification for the Installation of Voice, Structured and Fibre Optic Cabling Systems EPM PM19

The contractor/s must provide an on site maintenance response within a 4 hour period over core business hours.

There is no requirement for the contractors to make connections between the cables they install and the existing voice cabling systems, i.e. jumpering / patching of

telephone systems.

The current systems include:

15 000 telephone extensions (approx)

Approximately 80 000 room outlets made up of Cat5e and Cat6a

In excess of 35 km of fibre optic cable ( including blown fibre)

Additional project work will be required within this contract as the University is continually building or refurbishing area's of the campus as its requirements change. These works range from small projects managed ‘in house’ to major projects managed by external consultants.

Project work will be obtained through competitive quotation.

The contract is for a 3 year period with a possible one year extensions.

Data and Telecommunication Cabling Framework.

University of Manchester | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
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32420000, 32421000, 32500000

Data Cabling Services.

The University require a number of contractors to undertake the installation, repair and maintenance of the University's telephone, data and fibre optic cabling systems. Currently the framework have 3 contractors on it who each have the capability to undertake 1 or more of the University's structured cabling systems, which are Molex, Systimax SCS and ADC Krone and the blown fibre systems, which are Emtelle / BT Unysis and ADC Krone.

Future installations for new build and major refurbishment works will be Cat6a Molex only. Small works will predominantly be for Cat5e and the structured cabling solution required will be Molex.

The University requires that the core inter-building fibres on campus are covered by a maintenance contract. Contractors must therefore be able to demonstrate their capability to offer maintenance services as part of their portfolio.

All works must be in accordance with The University of Manchester Specification for the Installation of Voice, Structured and Fibre Optic Cabling Systems EPM PM19.

The contractor/s must provide an on-site maintenance response within a 4 hour period over core business hours.

There is no requirement for the contractors to make connections between the cables they install and the existing voice cabling systems, i.e. jumping / patching of telephone systems.

The current systems include:

15 000 telephone extensions (approx.).

Approximately 80 000 room outlets made up of Cat5e and Cat6a.

In excess of 35km of fibre optic cable ( including blown fibre).

Additional project work will be required within this contract as the University is continually building or refurbishing area's of the campus as its requirements change. These works range from small projects managed ‘in house’ to major projects managed by external consultants.

Project work will be obtained through competitive quotation.

The contract is for a 3 year period with a possible 1 year extensions.

Jodrell Bank — The First Light Project — Project Management Consultant Services.

The University of Manchester | Published February 17, 2016  -  Deadline March 14, 2016
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71541000, 71530000

The University of Manchester wishes to appoint a company to deliver Project Management Services for the Jodrell Bank — The First Light Project — Project Management Consultant Services.

The First Light project is an HLF-supported initiative that aims to conserve and restore the heritage at the Jodrell Bank site and create a spectacular new visitor space to display the history of Radio Astronomy. This project will be part of a wider investment and development at Jodrell Bank, part of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics at the University of Manchester.

The contract is estimated to start — 17.6.2016.

The contract is estimated to finish — 25.1.2021.

Note, the above dates are indicative only.

Procurement documentation can be found electronically at the following address:

https://intendhost.co.uk/universityofmanchester/aspx/Home

Type of procedure:

Restricted Procedure.

Entertainment software package

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published March 11, 2017
Winner
Lincor Solutions Ltd
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48932000, 48000000, 72212932

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust is looking for a suitably qualified vendor of consumer entertainment and information platforms to work in partnership with the Trust.

The Trust considers that the requirement is innovative and relates to products that are not available in the existing market. Accordingly the Trust is keen to work with a partner to develop an innovative product to satisfy this requirement.

The ambition is to produce a patient information and entertainment platform delivering patient tailored content over wireless infrastructure to mobile devices within the Trust.

The Trust has extensive experience developing electronic patient systems and integrating disparate systems. We wish to leverage this expertise to work with a partner in developing a tightly integrated solution connected to our patient record to improve patient experience.

The partner vendor is expected to bring several areas of expertise and resource to the contract.

The partner vendor is expected to bring several areas of expertise and resource to the contract:

Proven experience delivering multi-media entertainment via mobile devices;

Existing licensing arrangements for movies, television, UK sporting events, radio, magazines e-books, and audio books;

Software development human resource to work alongside Trust staff developing the product;

Expertise in system integration;

Service innovation;

Capital resources;

Business development expertise.

It will be a requirement of this contract for the system to be multi-lingual supporting as a minimum English. Additional key languages to be supported, amongst others, will be the following:

Polish; Urdu; Bengali; Punjabi; Gujarati; Kurdis (Sorani); Romanian; Portuguese and Arabic.

It will also be a requirement of this contract for the system to be managed by a content management system and for the system to be capable of presenting third party information using industry standard formats.

Development and implementation of a patient information and entertainment platform.

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published October 27, 2015  -  Deadline November 23, 2015
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48932000, 48000000, 72212932

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust is looking for a suitably qualified vendor of consumer entertainment and information platforms to work in partnership with the Trust. The Trust considers that the requirement is innovative and relates to products that are not available in the existing market. Accordingly the Trust is keen to work with a partner to develop an innovative product to satisfy this requirement. The ambition is to produce a patient information and entertainment platform delivering patient tailored content over wireless infrastructure to mobile devices within the Trust. The Trust has extensive experience developing electronic patient systems and integrating disparate systems. We wish to leverage this expertise to work with a partner in developing a tightly integrated solution connected to our patient record to improve patient experience. The partner vendor is expected to bring several areas of expertise and resource to the contract: — Proven experience delivering multi-media entertainment via mobile devices; — Existing licensing arrangements for movies, television, UK sporting events, radio, magazines e-books, and audiobooks; — Software development human resource to work alongside Trust staff developing the product; — Expertise in system integration; — Service innovation; — Capital resources; — Business development expertise. It will be a requirement of this contract for the system to be multi-lingual supporting as a minimum English. Additional key languages to be supported, amongst others, will be the following: — Polish; — Urdu; — Bengali; — Punjabi; — Gujarati; — Kurdis (Sorani); — Romanian; — Portuguese and — Arabic. It will also be a requirement of this contract for the system to be managed by a content management system and for the system to be capable of presenting third party information using industry standard formats (HTML5, Common Video Codecs, Common Audio Codecs etc.) The Trust intends to use the Innovation Partnership procedure for this procurement process and is wishing to enter a long-term partnership with an organisation to develop a new patient focused information and entertainment platform.

Not known

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published July 23, 2015
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72212932

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust is calling for expressions of interest to this Prior Information Notice from suitably qualified vendors of consumer entertainment/information platforms to work in partnership with the Trust. Ambition is to produce a patient information/entertainment platform delivering patient tailored content over wireless infrastructure to mobile devices within the Trust. The Trust has extensive experience developing electronic patient systems and integrating disparate systems. We wish to leverage this expertise to work with a partner in developing a tightly integrated solution connected to our patient record to improve patient experience. The partner vendor is expected to bring several areas of expertise and resource to the contract: — Proven experience delivering multi-media entertainment via mobile devices. — Existing licensing arrangements for movies, television, radio, magazines ebooks, and audiobooks. — Software development human resource to work alongside Trust staff developing the product. — Expertise in system integration. — Service innovation. — Capital resources. — Business development expertise. The Trust intends to use the Innovation Partnership procedure for any subsequent procurement process and is wishing to enter a long-term partnership with an organisation to develop a new patient focused extensible information/entertainment platform. Interested organisations are invited to express their interest in this potential opportunity by contacting the Chief Information Officer via email at: fi.fitton@christie.nhs.uk before midday on 3rd of August. Individual informal discussions will be held with interested parties who express an interest during August 2015. It should be noted that this engagement exercise in no way guarantees that a procurement exercise will be run at a later date. At this stage the purpose is to gather information and any organisations that participate do so at their own risk.

Jodrell Bank — The First Light Project — Architecture Lead Multi- Disciplinary Consultant Team — Consultant Services.

The University of Manchester | Published March 10, 2016  -  Deadline April 6, 2016
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71530000, 71000000, 71200000, 71220000, 92521100, 71321000, 71333000, 71334000, 71311000, 71312000, 71420000, 71313200, 71240000, 71313000

The First Light project is a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) supported initiative that aims to conserve and restore the heritage at the Jodrell Bank site and create a spectacular new visitor space to display the history of Radio Astronomy. This project will be part of a wider investment and development at Jodrell Bank, part of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics at the University of Manchester.

The University has adopted a strategy to procure the full Consultancy services required for this project at this time, with the key initial driver being to move forward and meet the time scale deadline date for the submission of a ‘HLF Round 2’ Bid.

Currently the University is undertaking separate procurements for the Project and Cost Manager roles, respectively. The aim and requirement of this procurement is to procure and appoint all the remaining Consultant Services required for this project under a Lead Consultant Architect appointment as a single commission and contract with the Lead Consultant Architect.

The contract is estimated to start — 29.7.2016;

The contract is estimated to finish — 25.1.2021.

Note, the above dates are indicative only.

Procurement documentation can be found electronically at the following address: https://intendhost.co.uk/universityofmanchester/aspx/Home

Type of procedure: Restricted Procedure.

Jodrell Bank — The First Light Project — Architecture Lead Multi- Disciplinary Consultant Team — Con

The University of Manchester | Published March 10, 2016  -  Deadline April 6, 2016
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71530000, 71000000, 71200000, 71220000, 92521100, 71321000, 71333000, 71334000, 71311000, 71312000, 71420000, 71313200, 71240000, 71313000

The First Light project is a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) supported initiative that aims to conserve and restore the heritage at the Jodrell Bank site and create a spectacular new visitor space to display the history of Radio Astronomy. This project will be part of a wider investment and development at Jodrell Bank, part of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics at the University of Manchester.

The University has adopted a strategy to procure the full Consultancy services required for this project at this time, with the key initial driver being to move forward and meet the time scale deadline date for the submission of a ‘HLF Round 2’ Bid.

Currently the University is undertaking separate procurements for the Project and Cost Manager roles, respectively. The aim and requirement of this procurement is to procure and appoint all the remaining Consultant Services required for this project under a Lead Consultant Architect appointment as a single commission and contract with the Lead Consultant Architect.

The contract is estimated to start — 29.7.2016;

The contract is estimated to finish — 25.1.2021.

Note, the above dates are indicative only.

Procurement documentation can be found electronically at the following address: https://intendhost.co.uk/universityofmanchester/aspx/Home

Type of procedure: Restricted Procedure.

Construction consultancy services

The University of Manchester | Published May 3, 2017
Winner
Hassell Ltd
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71530000, 71000000, 71200000, 71220000, 92521100, 71321000, 71333000, 71334000, 71311000, 71312000, 71420000, 71313200, 71240000, 71313000

Architecture Led design services for the Jodrell Bank, First Light project.

The First Light project is a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) supported initiative that aims to conserve and restore the heritage at the Jodrell Bank site and create a spectacular new visitor space to display the history of Radio Astronomy. This project will be part of a wider investment and development at Jodrell Bank, part of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics at the University of Manchester.

The University has adopted a strategy to procure the full Consultancy services required for this project at this time, with the key initial driver being to move forward and meet the time scale deadline date for the submission of a ‘HLF Round 2’ Bid.

Currently the University is undertaking separate procurements for the Project and Cost Manager roles,respectively. The aim and requirement of this procurement is to procure and appoint all the remaining Consultant Services required for this project under a Lead Consultant Architect appointment as a single commission and contract with the Lead Consultant Architect.

Provision of RAMS Analysis to the SKA Signal and Data Transport Group of the University of Manchester.

The University of Manchester | Published November 14, 2015
Winner
Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd
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71620000, 72316000

The University of Manchester has awarded a contract. The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will be the most sensitive radio telescope ever built and will play a major role in answering key questions in modern astrophysics and cosmology (see www.skatelescope.org). It will be one of a small number of cornerstone observatories across the electromagnetic spectrum that will transform our view of the Universe. The University of Manchester is one of three major UK university contributors to the SKA, together with Cambridge and Oxford, and its Jodrell Bank Observatory is the location of the international headquarters of the SKA Organisation, the UK-based legal entity that directs the project. The University of Manchester operates the e-MERLIN interferometer, which is an SKA Pathfinder instrument. SKA Group, Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, School of Physics and Astronomy. The Manchester SKA Group is headed by Professor Keith Grainge, leader of the International Signal and Data Transport (SADT) Consortium, and is composed of astronomers and engineers from the School of Physics and Astronomy (Jodrell Bank Observatory and Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics) and the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. SKA activity in Manchester encompasses the science case and a number of engineering developments including the hardware design, construction, and verification of the signal & data transport and synchronization & timing sub-systems, non-imaging processing for pulsars and transients, and aperture array receiver design. The University of Manchester has been selected to lead the international SADT Consortium on the signal & data transport and synchronization & timing. The SKA SADT Consortium. Information on the consortium is available from: http://www.skatelescope.org/skadesign/wp/sadt/