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Advertising campaign services

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published December 3, 2016  -  Deadline December 20, 2016
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79341400, 79341100

We are looking for an agency that have expertise in both traditional and digital channels and formats (i.e. press, radio, OOH, social channels etc.) and will provide:

— strategic and effective media recommendations for TW's strategic and tactical campaigns based on comprehensive media insights;

— negotiate and purchase competitively various type of media channels;

— demonstrate continuous professional development and be in touch with the current trends;

— accurately monitor advertising space and airtime across all media formats;

— provide robust post-campaign analysis and metrics;

— effectively utilise results to formulate future media recommendations to drive efficiencies.

The scope of this project covers media buying across our business areas.

Our media requirements are centred around promoting our brand, the role we play in society and protecting the environment we live in this currently manifests itself in 2 core behaviour change programmes 1) Bin it — don't block it 2) Water Efficiency. These behaviour change programmes support the wider business objectives of customer satisfaction, improving customer experience, developing the branded experience, ensuring efficiency and preparing for competition.

We are looking for an agency that will provide:

— provide strategic and effective media recommendations for TW's strategic and tactical campaigns based on comprehensive media insights;

— negotiate and purchase competitively various type of media channels;

— demonstrate continuous professional development and be in touch with the current trends;

— accurately monitor advertising space and airtime across all media formats;

— provide robust post-campaign analysis and metrics;

— effectively utilise results to formulate future media recommendations to drive efficiencies.

Thames Tideway Tunnel — Contract for System Integration (C489).

Thames Water Utilities Limited | Published October 28, 2015
Winner
Amey OWR LImited
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42961200, 32440000, 32441000, 32441200, 32510000, 31682210, 64212500, 71300000, 71541000, 72224000, 72227000, 71250000, 71352000, 71355000, 51100000, 50312300, 50324100, 72211000, 72212100, 72212781, 72246000, 72250000, 72253200, 72254100, 72268000, 45314000, 45317000, 48000000, 48100000, 48151000

The Contract relates to the provision of system integration services to the Thames Tideway Tunnel Project. It covers a full range of system integration works and services which are broadly divided into the following (non-exhaustive) stages: 1. The design development, architectural and installation design, procurement, construction, supply and installation, factory and site acceptance testing, commissioning, training and maintenance of the SCADA system (including hardware and software, telecommunications equipment and systems, and facility for broadband/mobile connectivity) at each work-site for the Project and at other monitored Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs). This includes the external (off work-site) communications, telemetry, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system, historical database, package and the integration of: TTT, Lee Tunnel, TWUL operational sites and all other outlying CSOs that require monitoring. As this work is completed and prior to the commissioning period for the Project (see below), the SI Contractor will be required to provide caretaker services in respect of the SCADA system. 2. Participating with the main works contractors in the systems commissioning of the Project prior to completion of the main works. 3. Acceptance testing of the SCADA system during the defects period of the main works (the 3 year period following completion of the main works). 4. Support and maintenance of the SCADA system during acceptance testing (see 3 above and to include physical maintenance of the SCADA system and support and licensing arrangements during this period). 5. Potentially some or all of the support, maintenance of the SCADA system and connectivity services following project acceptance (i.e. at the conclusion of the acceptance testing test and expiry of the main works defects period) to ensure use by the Contracting Entity (including other or successor Contracting Entities) of the SCADA system in accordance with the technical requirements set out in the Contract. Please refer to the OJEU contract notice identified in Section IV.3.2) for a full description of the services and the Project. Although this procurement was commenced and conducted by Thames Water Utilities Limited (TWUL), the contract is entered into by the successful Infrastructure Provider, Bazalgette Tunnel Limited, pursuant to the procedure set out in Section VI.3) of the contract notice. The Infrastructure Provider is a body designated by the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs or by Ofwat (the Water Services Regulation Authority) (as the case may be) in respect of the Project or Part (s) of the Project under or by virtue of Section 36D of the Water Industry Act 1991 (as inserted by Section 35 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010) and pursuant to the Water Industry (specified Infrastructure Projects) (English Undertakers) Regulations 2013 (SI/2013/1582).

IT Related Accessories and Parts (ITRAP)

Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium | Published May 26, 2016
Winner
Academia Ltd, Misco UK Ltd, MAE Ltd T/A Primo IT, Softcat plc, Insight Direct (UK) Ltd, XMA Limited
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30230000, 30233000, 30236000, 32321300, 30237000, 30231300, 31320000, 30234000

This tender is for the supply of IT related accessories and parts, including:

— Components;

— Displays, monitors, screens and accessories;

— Cables;

— Power related accessories;

— Peripheral Accessories;

— Device protection and IT Security Products;

— Audio Visual Consumables;

— Special Needs Assisted Technology Equipment;

— Storage Media.

It is not for the purchase of:

— Devices such as laptops, notebooks, tablets and mobile phones;

— Printers and printer consumables such as toner cartridges;

— Furniture and Offices Supplies;

— Photographic equipment such as cameras and lenses;

— Audio Visual Equipment such as Smart TVs, projectors, video conferencing equipment;

— Network servers and storage;

— Software licences.

IT Related Accessories & Parts (ITRAP).

University of Reading | Published January 30, 2016  -  Deadline March 9, 2016
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30230000, 30233000, 30236000, 32321300, 30237000, 30231300, 31320000, 30234000

This tender is for the supply of IT related accessories and parts, including:

— Components;

— Displays, monitors, screens and accessories;

— Cables;

— Power related accessories;

— Peripheral Accessories;

— Device protection and IT Security Products;

— Audio Visual Consumables;

— Special Needs Assisted Technology Equipment;

— Storage Media.

It is not for the purchase of:

— Devices such as laptops, notebooks, tablets and mobile phones;

— Printers and printer consumables such as toner cartridges;

— Furniture and Offices Supplies;

— Photographic equipment such as cameras and lenses;

— Audio Visual Equipment such as Smart TVs, projectors, video conferencing equipment;

— Network servers and storage;

— Software licences.

Remote hosting organisation to support electronic patient record software solution.

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 27, 2015
Winner
Cerner Limited
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72611000, 72610000, 72600000, 72510000, 30200000, 48732000, 50312300

The Trust is using the negotiated procedure without prior publication under Regulation 14(d)(i) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2006/Article 31(4)(a) of Directive 2004/18/EC or in the alternative Regulation 32 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015/Article 32(2)(b)(ii) of Directive 2014/34/EU. The full details supporting use of this process are set out in Annex D1 of this notice. The Trust is entering into an eight year agreement with Cerner for a remote hosting organisation solution in order for Cerner to support the on-going operation of the Trust's electronic patient records software solution. The Trust currently utilises Cerner's Millennium EPR. The service which Cerner will be providing to the Trust includes the following: installing and maintaining hardware to support already installed software (the hardware provided will provide hosting capabilities which will include a tier 3+ data centre facilities as well as dedicated managed telecommunication lines; hosting space; power, cooling and operational management of the hosting solution including system monitoring and infrastructure management to ensure security by means of antivirus software, stateful-inspection firewalls, intrusion detection systems, virtual private networks/encryption, system hardening, application scanning, enterprise logging, patch management and proxy server use.
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