Health Service Executive (HSE) | PublishedSeptember 21, 2013 - Deadline October 17, 2013
48000000, 48311000, 48770000, 48773000, 48773100
The strategic aim is to make increased use of external managed print services contracts through engagement with the Managed Print Services (MPS) framework. In dealing with multiple possible vendors as a result of business awarded through this process, the potential would exist for the HSE having to host multiple, localised and disparate instances of Secure Print platforms.
It is a preferable option therefore for the HSE to implement a single national Secure Print Solution which will be capable of managing selected existing devices on the HSE network and which will be technically compatible with any device which the MPS Framework, or any other contract for
the supply of print devices, subsequently delivers.
Primary objectives in providing a single instance secure print solution are:
— To enable secure pull-printing, scanning and copying
— To deploy national print policies centrally
— To provide centralised global reporting on print usage and cost to the organisation
Request for Tenders for the Supply of a Managed Student Imaging Service (Concession Contract)
Dublin Institute of Technology | PublishedOctober 8, 2013 - Deadline June 6, 2013
79800000, 79810000, 79811000, 79820000
DIT are looking to award a concession contract to a single
supplier who shall be required to implement and manage
an integrated, future proof solution to include student
printing, copying and scanning for the next 4 years
(“Managed Student Imaging Service”).
The proposed solution must be capable of printing from
networked DIT computers, personal computers on the
wireless network and from mobile devices (email printing).
This solution must be efficient, robust and be fully capable
of providing a consistent high quality service over the
duration of the Contract.
The solution must meet the needs of DIT students, i.e.: it
must be efficient and fully capable of providing consistently
high quality copies and printouts over the duration of the
Contract. Controls must be easy to use and robust enough
to withstand constant use. The solution must also be
capable of scanning to email.
The University of Dublin Trinity College | PublishedJune 14, 2012 - Deadline June 29, 2012
30232100, 30232110, 30232150
TCD are looking for a single vendor to propose, implement and manage an integrated future proof solution to include printing, copying and scanning in all locations for the next four years. The machines must be capable of printing from wireless laptops, mobile devices, usb devices, email printing and from the cloud. The solution must also be capable of scanning to email and sub devices. This solution must be efficient, robust and be fully capable of providing a consistent high quality service over the duration of the contract.
These services are being procured as a service concession within the meaning of the European Communities (Award of Public Authorities’ Contracts) Regulations 2006 (the “Regulations”). The University of Dublin, Trinity College will not be bound by the terms of the Regulations for the purposes of this competition but will, however, be conducting this competition in accordance with EU fundamental principles (transparency, equality of treatment, non discrimination).
Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the eTenders Web Site at http://www.etenders.gov.ie/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=445952.
The awarding authority has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via a 'Tender Submission Postbox' facility. Further details of this facility are available at http://www.etenders.gov.ie/PostBox/Postbox_Explain.aspx?ID=445952.
Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems. The postbox closes precisely at the time stated.
Project Number 3617 — Tender for the editing, design, layout, print and distribution (soft and hard copy) of quarterly editions of Health Matters, for a 3 year period with an option to extend for an additional 18.
Health Service Executive (HSE) | PublishedOctober 30, 2014
Celtic Media Limiteed trading as Celtic Media GroupMarket Square, Co. MeathNavan
79800000, 79820000, 79824000
Tender for the editing, design, layout, print and distribution (soft and hard copy) of quarterly editions of Health Matters, for a 3 year period with an option to extend for an additional 18 months.
Tender for the editing, design, layout, print and distribution (soft and hard copy) of quarterly editions of Health Matters, for a three year period with an option to extend for an additional 18
Health Service Executive (HSE) | PublishedJuly 9, 2014 - Deadline August 25, 2014
79800000, 79820000, 79824000
Tender for the editing, design, layout, print and distribution (soft and hard copy) of
quarterly editions of Health Matters, for a three year period with an option to extend
for an additional 18 months
Health Service Executive (HSE) | PublishedJuly 12, 2014 - Deadline August 25, 2014
79800000, 79820000, 79824000
Tender for the editing, design, layout, print and distribution (soft and hard copy) of quarterly editions of Health Matters, for a three year period with an option to extend for an additional 18 months.
:Bórd Gáis Éireann acting through its Energy division requires the provision of a multi functional device and managed print/scanning/copying/faxing service, throughout the Energy divisons multiple locations in Ireland. It is expected that the proposed solutions will integrate with a smart card system in order to drive greater efficiencies and security.
Following an initial analysis of the organisation’s needs, indications suggest that the requirement will be to install, manage and maintain devices across three different locations within the island of Ireland.
The relevant locations as at the date of award of the contract are likely to be:
— Firmus in Antrim, approximately 70 users,
— Lapps Key in Cork city, approximately 100 users,
— Warrington Place in Dublin city approximately 400 users (this is a new site planned to open in February 2011, staff from our Foley Street, Joyces Court and Harbour Master Place offices will migrate to this new location).
It is estimated that the devices involved will be required to handle approximately 4 million impressions per annum. However no commitment is made that such volume will actually materialise or will not be exceeded. Candidates should note that the actual volume of services (whether in terms of devices required, number of impressions handled and number of users of the various devices) and the locations at which the services are to be provided may vary over the term of the contract. Further information about the scope and range of services which may be required will be provided later in this competition.
Key objectives of the managed services arrangement will be to:
— Implement an organisation wide standard solution that will drive ease and consistency of use for all staff,
— Implement a standard approach to management and maintenance in order to drive optimum availability and capacity,
— Support BGE’s ‘Blue Planet Challenge’ in reducing its carbon footprint,
— Deliver operational and cost metrics to BGE in order to help drive informed decisions regarding usage,
— Protect confidentiality of data and documents by controlling access.
It is currently anticipated that the contract will start in the first quarter of 2011 and will be for a term of 5 years. It will be subject to early termination rights for Bórd Gáis which will be provided for in the contract.