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Bórd Gáis Éireann | Published August 30, 2012
Winner
Ergo 1St Floor Block T, Eastpoint Business Park Dublin 3 IRELAND Internet address: www.ergogroup.ie
cpvs
30111000, 30120000, 30121000, 30121100, 30121200, 30216110, 30230000, 30232110, 30232130, 30232150, 32580000, 32581200, 48824000, 50310000, 50313200, 50314000, 72200000, 72212318, 72212770, 72212772

: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.

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) | Published July 9, 2014  -  Deadline August 25, 2014
cpvs
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

Printing and related services

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published July 12, 2014  -  Deadline August 25, 2014
cpvs
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.

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) | Published October 30, 2014
Winner
Celtic Media Limiteed trading as Celtic Media GroupMarket Square, Co. MeathNavan
cpvs
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.

Concession Managed Print Solution for students.

The University of Dublin Trinity College | Published June 14, 2012  -  Deadline June 29, 2012
cpvs
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.

Copy-editing, Proofreading and Indexing of Publications for the Department of Children and Youth Affairs

Department of Children and Youth Affairs | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
cpvs
79821100

Request for Tenders for the provision of Copy-editing, Proofreading and Indexing of Publications for the Department of Children and Youth Affairs

Type of Contract:
Services

For the provision of a print and copy management solution for Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board

Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 10, 2017
cpvs
30121200, 79810000, 79811000, 30125000, 30125120

Tenderers are invited to submit proposals for the provision of a print and copy management solution to suit a wide range of copy and print requirements across all LCETB site in counties Clare and Limerick.

Type of Contract:
Services

Invitation to Tender for the provision of a Managed Print/Copy Service to IT Tralee

Institute of Technology Tralee | Published May 31, 2016  -  Deadline July 11, 2016
cpvs
79521000, 79810000, 79820000

IT Tralee invited tenders for the provision of a managed in-house print/copy service and associated services for the Institute. This successful tenderer was IBS Xerox, 2 Little Island Business Park, Cork.

a single operator 48 month framework agreement for a copy-editing and proofreading service to the HRB

The Health Research Board | Published March 22, 2016  -  Deadline April 11, 2016
cpvs
79821100

Requirements for a copy-editing and proofreading service. Provide a specialist copy-editing and proof reading service for the HRB to be accessed as required across the period of the contract. This will in the main involve phone and email consultations, but also one-to-one meetings for bigger jobs. Some jobs may require the production of lay summaries of reports or content editing. This level of editing would include indicating where sections need to be rewritten or rearranged for greater clarity, pointing out contradictions in the content and suggesting removal of irrelevant material. This type of job would be the exception. Provide information on service levels required (if any) An ‘on call’ copy-editing or proof-reading service that will provide rapid and cost- effective turnaround on HRB editing jobs as a priority given the four-year contract. Provide details of any special professional qualifications required by the service deliverer or any regulatory compliance required Each member of staff should have: - • A professional qualification in editing and proof-reading or significant relevant experience. • Full membership of a reputable professional editing association - AEFPI • Experience in the redevelopment of complex material into simple readable messages • Strong communications skills to guide researchers through proposed editing changes For framework agreements or the purchase of services please state the period of the proposed contract • Services sought for a from May 2016 – May 2020

PSR 1568 - Secure Print Solution.

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published September 21, 2013  -  Deadline October 17, 2013
cpvs
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 | Published October 8, 2013  -  Deadline June 6, 2013
cpvs
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.

Award of contract for smart card photocopiers and copy/print management system.

Athlone Institute of Technology | Published February 17, 2012
Winner
MJ Flood (Irl) Ltd.
cpvs
79521000, 79800000

Athlone Institute of Technology introduced a student smart card system for printing and photocopying in 2004 and went out to tender in June 2010 to put in place a single supplier framework agreement for a 4-year period for the supply, installation, and commissioning of student smart card photocopiers, staff photocopiers and a staff copy/print management system. This notice is published to inform the market of the successful candidate who was admitted to the single supplier framework agreement.

Request for Tenders for the Provision of Data Storage and Data Backup Services

Houses of the Oireachtas Service | Published July 29, 2014  -  Deadline September 8, 2014
cpvs
72317000, 72260000, 72261000, 72263000, 72268000, 44316400, 51611100

Data Storage Solution: The Service wishes to replace the current Data Storage Solution as served by two HP EVA8100 SAN attached, shared storage disk arrays. The new Data Storage Solution must be configured to work in two geographically separate locations; Site A – Production, and Site B - DR. The Service utilises two communication rooms for production functioning as a single logical site, with host servers split between rooms, and high speed network and storage interconnectivity established between rooms. The new storage solution proposed will be located in one of the production communication rooms, and must be capable of providing data resilience and high availability locally, as well as by copying data to a remote site for disaster recovery. The Service wishes to appoint a solutions provider to supply a comprehensive storage solution to include services from commission through to integration with the existing infrastructure and backup solution, migration of existing EVA based data, as well as training and handover of the full solution. All hardware and software required to meet the Data Storage Solution should be listed and include associated costs. Backup Solution: The Data Backup Solution must be configured in two geographically separate locations; Site A – Production, and Site B - DR. The Service utilises two communications rooms for production functioning as a single logical site, with host servers split between rooms, and high speed network and storage interconnectivity established between rooms. Tenderers are free to redesign the current backup solution as they believe appropriate to meet all requirements. The backup solution proposed can be located in any or all of the production communications rooms, but must be capable of providing data resilience and high availability locally, and by way of a remote site for disaster recovery.

Tender for the delivery of Copy Editor Services to The Innovation Value Institute

National University of Ireland, Maynooth (NUI Maynooth-NUIM) | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 8, 2015
cpvs
92312210, 92312213, 92312211

The Innovation Value Institute is a leading research institute of Maynooth University. The Innovation Value Institute researches and develops business value best-practices for technology adoption and innovation (i.e. frameworks and improvement road-maps) for IT and Business executives. To this end, the IVI has researched a body of knowledge (Bok) called the IT Capability Maturity Framework (IT-CMF, http://ivi.nuim.ie/it-cmf). IVI is now seeking to publish this body of knowledge as an international book for professionals looking to harness the full potential of technology in their organisation, including CxOs, transformation change managers, general program managers and IT professionals aspiring to demonstrate leadership in adopting better approaches to managing technology for innovation and business impact. The Innovation Value Institute invites bids from competent service providers for Copy Editing for the purposes of a book publication.

DCYA tender for the provision of copy-editing services 2014-2017

Department of Children and Youth Affairs | Published November 26, 2014  -  Deadline October 28, 2014
cpvs
79821100

Request for Tenders for the provision of Copy editing, Proof-reading and Indexing of Publications for the Department of Children and Youth Affairs

The Educational Research Centre is seeking the provision of technical support for the PISA 2018 Main Study

Educational Research Centre | Published November 24, 2017  -  Deadline December 8, 2017
cpvs
71356300, 72600000, 72610000, 72611000, 50324000, 72500000, 72510000, 72590000

The Educational Research Centre is seeking the provision of technical support for the PISA 2018 Main Study. In Ireland, 157 schools have been selected to take part in the PISA 2018 Main Study which will take place in schools during March/April 2018. In each school, up to 44 PISA-eligible students are selected at random to take part. Technical support staff are required to transport and set-up the laptops and the testing rooms as per the guidelines on room set-up, and to provide technical assistance and troubleshooting during the assessment (records of any technical issues must be noted using forms provided). After the student assessment is complete, copying and uploading of student data is a core aspect of the Technical Support role; notification of a successful upload to the servers and the number of files uploaded, must be sent to the PISA team on a daily basis. The total time in schools is about 6 hours, dependent on set-up and pack-up timings.Set-up usually takes up to an hour, and the assessment takes about three and a half hours - 4 hours, pack-up is usually completed within 30-50 minutes. Technical support personnel are required to be available and remain proximal to both sessions at all times, to quickly rectify any technical issues that may arise with the laptops. It is expected that one Technical Support person will be required per school.

Type of Contract:
Services

A0 Colour Photocopier Machine (multiple configurations - print, copy & scan)

Clare County Council | Published July 20, 2015  -  Deadline May 27, 2015
cpvs
30200000, 50310000, 30232100, 30000000, 30232130, 30120000, 30190000

Clare County Council is seeking tenders for the supply & maintenance of an A0 Colour Photocopier Machine (multiple configurations - print, copy & scan). This contract was awarded to Diatech, Unit 17, The Seapoint Building, 44-45 Clontarf Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3.

Establishment of a SP FW for the provision of Print Management Services for the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland

The Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
cpvs
30232110, 30232150, 79800000, 79810000, 50313200, 50313100, 38520000, 30125110, 42991200, 79820000

The PSI wishes to appoint a single Service Provider to a Framework Agreement for the provision of a secure, reliable, robust and cost effective managed Print Services (print, copying, scanning, faxing). This may involve the • re-distribution of existing machines throughout the organisation as and where appropriate. • Replacement (including supply, installation and commissioning) of MFDs. • Retention/Replacement/disposal of all single/shared function printing devices The solution must also provide for • Routine Servicing / Planned Maintenance of MFD’s and Printers. • On-site repair of MFDs and printers including parts and labour • Monitor, Management and Optimisation of print resources • Technical Support and Training • Supply and Management of all Consumables (excluding Paper) The framework agreement will have a maximum potential duration of 4 years.The initial contract awarded under the framework will be for a two year period. As part of the technical support and maintenance activities, the successful tenderer will also be required to liaise and work co-operatively with existing support personnel; and all other providers of services and systems to the PSI, to enable the PSI to deliver an optimum service to its customers.

Type of Contract:
Services

DkIT Staff / Student Managed Print/Copy Service

Dundalk Institute of Technology | Published January 23, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
cpvs
30121100

Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) is located in the North East of Ireland. It is located on 90 acre campus. The institute has approx. 4,500 full time students and another 1,000 part time students. There are approx. 450 staff members employed at the institute. DCCS Ltd is a company wholly owned by DkIT and is charged with providing and efficient and effective print and copy service to the staff and students on campus. DCCS invites tenders for the provision of a Managed Print/Copy Service for the staff (lot 1) and student (lot 2). Suppliers may tender for one or both lots. DCCS upon awarding the contract(s) to the successful company(s) will retain their service for up to 36 months, which will be subject to 6 - monthly reviews. DCCS reserves the right to extend the contract(s) by a further 1-year period. Tender submissions may be submitted in either English or Irish. If Tender proposals are delivered by hand, they must be delivered directly to DCCS Ltd (College Shop), Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dublin Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth, Ireland. DCCS reserves the right to reject any tender which is not on the official Form of Tender or which is unsigned. Information provided will be binding on any resulting contract(s) and will be relied upon by the contracting authority.

: Invitation to Tender for The Provision of an Onsite Manned Print Room and Managed Document Production Services

Dublin City Council | Published July 8, 2016  -  Deadline August 11, 2016
cpvs
30120000, 30232100, 30232110, 42991200, 79810000, 79820000

Dublin City Council proposes to award a contract for four years (with an option to extend for a further two [one plus one] years), for the provision of a managed document production service on a fleet of floor standing multi-functional devices (MFD’s) and the provision of an on-site manned print room. It is also intended to procure any additional related hardware, software and licensing from the successful tenderer during the course of this contract, if value can be demonstrated. The contract period will initially be for a period of four years. However, Dublin City Council, at its discretion, may seek to extend the contract period for up to two years, based on annual reviews of operations. There are two elements to the service required • Office printing, copying, scanning and faxing. • Provision of an on-site, manned Print Room

Type of Contract:
Services