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Terrestrial HD 3D Laser Scanner

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LIMITED | Published November 21, 2017  -  Deadline December 8, 2017
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38520000

The University seeks to procure a Terrestrial HD 3D Laser Scanner for use in the Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC). BRIC is a recently approved project that is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund. BRIC sits within, and is managed by the School of Architecture and the Built Environment and plans ultimately to be sited on the newly acquired Springfield site in Wolverhampton. The laser will be used to capture data to support initiatives such as building a brownfield research and knowledge bank for the Black Country, supporting industrial collaborations around brownfield or refurbishment projects, and general business engagement for the Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC). The Scanner must have a minimum point accuracy of no less than 6mm and be capable of processing large data sets, with the ability to export data to appropriate software packages including Autodesk Recap. Accessories must include surveying targets (sphere/chequered), rugged and easily portable carrying case plus a heavy duty portable tripod. Due to the duration of the project a minimum of three (3) years warranty shall be provided for all the equipment supplied, terms and conditions of Warranty are to be clearly detailed. Expectations are also for an end of Warranty "health check" for the System to be provided free of charge with options for extended warranties being included in the pricing documentation. Maximum Budget: £65,000 ex VAT (£78k including VAT)

PP16044 — Library Management System

Wolverhampton City Council | Published April 26, 2017
Winner
Capita Business Services Limited
cpvs
48160000, 79995000

The four Chief Executives of the Black Country agreed that a work stream relating to libraries should be developed which in broad terms will:

Reduce the cost of management and overheads in line with the budgetary constraints;

Redesign services to strip out duplication and unnecessary cost;

Reduce the cost of services procured;

Improve the quality and breadth of library services;

Ensure libraries are at the heart of their communities with services developed for the whole community, not just those who can visit library buildings.

In order to facilitate this, a number of specific work streams have been established — one of which is the procurement of a shared joint Library Management System (LMS) (and single library card) for the Black Country.

The LMS work stream objectives are:

To procure a shared LMS for the Black Country with a staged implementation process;

To provide a platform that will develop to improve the functionality of the system and meet future changes,including (but not limited to) a single library card and links with other systems;

To ensure interoperability with key systems used across the Black Country;

To enable the Black Country to deliver efficiencies in use of staff and deployment of stock;

To enable the Black Country to improve service accessibility by providing self-service, automation and new access channels (e.g. e-mail, texting) for customers;

To enable the Black Country to deliver the service from a wide variety of locations including non-library buildings and unstaffed sites using self-service technology;

To safeguard and manage data to meet each of the authorities' audit requirements.

The scope of works will include:

To provide OPAC, cataloguing, acquisitions, circulation, cash management, and management information modules and any other modules to be agreed, to provide an efficient library service to our customers. To work with the four authorities and their Council's I.T. strategic partners during the installation and configuration of the system. To work with the 4 library authorities and their partners to ensure the system meets their needs. To import data from existing systems and manipulate the data into an appropriate format for the LMS. To maintain the library system software and provide support as appropriate. To work with the Black Country to automate and re-engineer some key business processes, and train library staff to use the system efficiently. To work with the Black Country to ensure the OPAC offers more personalised services and contacts, and access to additional information and services, e.g., integration of eBooks. To provide interoperability with the various PC booking systems for validation; export of stock data to stock management tool such as Collection HQ, and exchange of financial data with the 4 council's remote payment systems for online payments. To provide interoperability with Axiell CALM (archives catalogue), the various council's finance and CRM systems as a minimum. To provide a system that will allow for each service/authority to keep customer, stock, OPAC and transactional data separate from the other authorities until an agreed means of sharing the system has been established. Integrating Dudley Schools Library Service into the Dudley Public Library Service as a separate branch. Integrating Walsall Schools Library Service into the Walsall Public Library Service as a separate branch. To go live in Dudley and Wolverhampton by August 2017.

This Invitation to Tender for the provision of a shared, totally managed and hosted LMS for all four Authorities is issued by Wolverhampton City Council acting on behalf of Black Country Libraries in Partnership The proposed framework Agreement is for a period of 5 years with the option to extend for 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 years up to a potential maximum period of 10 years.

PP16044 — Library Management System.

Wolverhampton City Council | Published April 26, 2017
Winner
Capita Business Services Limited
cpvs
79995000

The four Chief Executives of the Black Country agreed that a work stream relating to libraries should be developed which in broad terms will: Reduce the cost of management and overheads in line with the budgetary constraints; Redesign services to strip out duplication and unnecessary cost; Reduce the cost of services procured; Improve the quality and breadth of library services; Ensure libraries are at the heart of their communities with services developed for the whole community, not just those who can visit library buildings. In order to facilitate this, a number of specific work streams have been established — one of which is the procurement of a shared joint Library Management System (LMS) (and single library card) for the Black Country. The LMS work stream objectives are: To procure a shared LMS for the Black Country with a staged implementation process; To provide a platform that will develop to improve the functionality of the system and meet future changes,including (but not limited to) a single library card and links with other systems; To ensure interoperability with key systems used across the Black Country; To enable the Black Country to deliver efficiencies in use of staff and deployment of stock; To enable the Black Country to improve service accessibility by providing self-service, automation and new access channels (e.g. e-mail, texting) for customers; To enable the Black Country to deliver the service from a wide variety of locations including non-library buildings and unstaffed sites using self-service technology; To safeguard and manage data to meet each of the authorities' audit requirements. The scope of works will include: To provide OPAC, cataloguing, acquisitions, circulation, cash management, and management information modules and any other modules to be agreed, to provide an efficient library service to our customers. To work with the four authorities and their Council's I.T. strategic partners during the installation and configuration of the system. To work with the 4 library authorities and their partners to ensure the system meets their needs. To import data from existing systems and manipulate the data into an appropriate format for the LMS. To maintain the library system software and provide support as appropriate. To work with the Black Country to automate and re-engineer some key business processes, and train library staff to use the system efficiently. To work with the Black Country to ensure the OPAC offers more personalised services and contacts, and access to additional information and services, e.g., integration of eBooks. To provide interoperability with the various PC booking systems for validation; export of stock data to stock management tool such as Collection HQ, and exchange of financial data with the 4 council's remote payment systems for online payments. To provide interoperability with Axiell CALM (archives catalogue), the various council's finance and CRM systems as a minimum. To provide a system that will allow for each service/authority to keep customer, stock, OPAC and transactional data separate from the other authorities until an agreed means of sharing the system has been established. Integrating Dudley Schools Library Service into the Dudley Public Library Service as a separate branch. Integrating Walsall Schools Library Service into the Walsall Public Library Service as a separate branch. To go live in Dudley and Wolverhampton by August 2017. This Invitation to Tender for the provision of a shared, totally managed and hosted LMS for all four Authorities is issued by Wolverhampton City Council acting on behalf of Black Country Libraries in Partnership The proposed framework Agreement is for a period of 5 years with the option to extend for 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 years up to a potential maximum period of 10 years.

The design and construction of the Hereford Centre for Cyber Security

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LIMITED | Published August 3, 2017  -  Deadline September 7, 2017
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45210000

The University of Wolverhampton (the 'University') (including any entity which from time to time is a subsidiary of the University of Wolverhampton and any entity over which from time to time any of the entities defined in this paragraph either directly or indirectly exercises management control, even though it may own less than (50%) of the shares and is prevented by law from owning a greater shareholding) wishes to enter into a contract (the "Contract") with a Contractor (the 'Contractor') to supply the design and construction of the Hereford Centre for Cyber Security to the University and its Entities. The University is seeking an agreement via competitive Tenders ("Tenders") from suitably qualified organisations ("Tenderers") in response to the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire ("PQQ") and subsequent Invitation to Tender ("ITT") for the provision of the aforementioned works ('Works'). The Hereford Centre for Cyber Security will be a 3-storey building providing 2,245m2 gross floor space and will be located on S11Plot, Skylon Park Enterprise Zone in Hereford. The Centre will create a national point of excellence in Herefordshire, already a focus for cyber and security-related business expertise, with over 470 Defence and Security some with links to QinetiQ in Malvern. The Centre will allow the University to build upon the academic and research expertise it brings in IT innovation and cyber-related fields, becoming a leader in the field of Cyber Security related areas, through advanced research and engagement with business operating in the field of Cyber Innovation. The Centre will allow Herefordshire businesses to utilise University of Wolverhampton expertise and networks. The goals of The Centre are to: • Provide a testing facility for Internet & Global Information Grid research • Facilitate the scientific use of cyber testing methods • Develop and deploy state of the art cyber testing capabilities • Provide a virtual environment for quantitative, qualitative and realistic assessment of potentially ground breaking cyber technologies for research and ongoing development In order to allow this Contract to be used for potential Funded projects we are notifying all tenderers that some works might be subject to part funding by, for example, the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme for England (2014-2020) or any other European Union Funded Programme, or other Funding Body. This particular contract may be funded from LEP, and/or ERDF, or any other funding streams identified. The construction value for the project will be circa £6 million. The form of contract will be the JCT 2011 Design and Build Contract with client amendments. The successful bidder will be required to enter into a Pre-Construction Services Agreement to develop the design to completion of RIBA Stage 4. Design is due to be developed to RIBA Stage 3 in terms of Mechanical & Electrical and RIBA Stage 2 in terms of Architectural and Structural. The design inform

19-21 Labour Market Sessions for School Year 9 - Aspire to HE

University of Wolverhampton | Published May 9, 2019  -  Deadline May 31, 2019
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80000000

The University of Wolverhampton holds the Aspire to HE (Higher Education), National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP) contract with the Office for Students which funds the NCOP programme - 'the Project' or 'Programme'. 'Aspire to HE' is a partner-based consortium which will deliver sustained, progressive, intensive outreach activity to targeted cohorts of learners (years 9 to 13) in identified Wards to increase the numbers of students from disadvantaged backgrounds entering Higher Education. The measure of success is the progression of young people onto courses of prescribed Higher Education. The key aim is to increase the rate of young participation in HE in the target Wards: 'young participation' is defined as the proportion of the cohort that enters HE at both 18 and 19 years of age. This opportunity is to be offered to the Year 9 year groups, across 39 of our partner schools who are based around the Black Country and Telford and Wrekin, within the academic year 2019/2020 (September 2019 - July 2020).The successful contractor will need to deliver an intervention that explores employability and labour market information that is made relevant, engaging and accessible, to the target group of Year 9 students. The Contract start date is 1st July 2019 however delivery of the project must commence 1st September 2019 and be completed by 31st July 2020. There are a number of Mandatory Requirements as part of this tender process, Tenderers must have/meet all mandatory requirements in order to bid for this tender. These are detailed below and can be found in the Scoring Methodology documentation and are scored on a Pass/Fail basis. Any Tenderer that does not pass each of the questions within this section will not progress any further within the Tender process i.e. be taken forward to Award Stage. -Tenderers must have a turnover in excess of £50K per annum -Tenderers must have experience of undertaking a similar work contract in a School or College environment. -Personnel must be enhanced DBS cleared prior to commencing work on the Contract -Confirm that all personnel will be able to provide the University and the schools they will be working with a copy of their DBS certificate before undertaking the work. -Safeguarding - You must comply with the national safeguarding policies and protocols, such as DofE Keeping Children Safe in Education -Facilitator Cover - please confirm you have sufficient mentors to adequately cover this provision for short and long term absence? -Tenderers must be able to provide a single point of contact for Contract Management -Tenderers must have existing relationships with business and industry to provide insight, as identified within the ITT. -You must be able to commit to at least monthly business review meetings at the start of the contract. The documents can be found at https://wlv.bravosolution close date 31 May 2019

Supply of Out of Hours Emergency Call Handling Services

BROMFORD HOUSING GROUP LIMITED | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
Winner
Nationwide Property Assistance Limited
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79512000

Bromford Housing Group Limited, (Parent of the Group) as a central purchasing body on behalf of itself and any of its current or future entities and subsidiaries (together "Bromford") wishes to invite interested companies ("Suppliers") to participate in a procurement process to award a Contract for the reliable Supply of Out of Hours Emergency Call Handling Services. Bromford Housing Group Limited is a Registered Society incorporated under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 (no. 29996R) and whose registered office is at One Exchange Court, Brabourne Avenue, Wolverhampton Business Park, Wolverhampton WV10 6AU. The current operating entities and subsidiaries of Bromford Housing Group Limited are: Bromford Housing Association Limited, a Charitable Community Benefit Society incorporated under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 (FCA registered number: 7106); Bromford Home Ownership Limited, a Registered Society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 (FCA registered number: 29991R); Bromford Assured Homes Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 02677730); Bromford Developments Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 06507824); Street Services Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 03711394); Riverside Mews Management Company Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 02953846); Strand Services (Whitchurch) Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 02645753). Bromford Housing Group Limited also has three dormant entities / subsidiaries as follows:- Project Note Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 03716147); Bromford Carinthia Homes Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number:02625632) Queen Street Management Company (Lichfield) Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 01764379).

PP16146 - Procurement of Employers Agent Services

Wolverhampton City Council | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 14, 2016
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45211100

The City of Wolverhampton Council has recently formed a Housing Company to drive delivery of new housing development in the Wolverhampton area. This is a high profile activity for the Council, and the selection of appropriate partners is critical to its success. This requirement relates to the first phase of Housing Company activity and any resulting contract will be with the City of Wolverhampton Housing Company Limited, trading as WV Living'. The City of Wolverhampton Housing Company Limited intends to bring forward a number of sites for residential development for which Employer's Agent services will be required to progress the schemes from feasibility stage through to completion of the defects period. Delivery of good quality, cost effective housing is key to achieving the Client's aspirations. The City of Wolverhampton Housing Company Limited's business case for new housing is reliant upon achieving a capital return on investment from market sale properties which is necessary to support delivery of the social/affordable housing. The City of Wolverhampton Housing Company Limited's indicative development timetable provides for the overall following milestone dates: 1) Submission of planning applications from November 2016. 2) Achieving planning approval early in 2017. 3) Start of works construction around April/May 2017. 4) First sales units handed over December 2017. 5) Delivery of units for sale on each site at a rate of 4 units per month. It should be noted it is the intention that this requirement for Employer Agent Services will be awarded to a single supplier who will be responsible for the delivery of the entire works. The Consultant will be required to have sufficient capacity to provide Employer's Agent Services for all sites simultaneously. It should be noted that any resulting contract will be based on the NEC form of contract for professional services.

Framework Agreement for the provision of Intellectual Property (IP) Services for Smart Concept Fund

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LIMITED | Published October 11, 2017  -  Deadline November 15, 2017
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79100000

The University of Wolverhampton wishes to establish a Framework for the provision of Intellectual Property (IP) Services and is seeking the provision via an Invitation to Tender from suitably qualified Suppliers. The University is contracted to deliver the Smart Concept Fund project which offers grants of up to £30,000 to Small and medium-sized enterprises (SME's) in the Black Country, the Marches and Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) areas. The grant can be used to support the commercialisation of new technologies and proof of concept to support SME's to introduce new products to their firm and to market. Work could include, design modelling, protection of IP, user trials and prototyping. The project is part-funded by European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020 under Investment Priority 1b: Promoting business investment in research and innovation. The budget for the provision of Intellectual Property Services has been set at a maximum of £52,000 including VAT, this includes all associated costs. Applicants must have a minimum annual turnover of £100,000, a credit safe score of ≥30, and hold or commit to obtain prior to the start of the Contract, the required Insurance levels stipulated below; £1m Public Liability Insurance £1m Professional Indemnity £5m Employer's Liability Insurance The contract period will be two (2) years and four (4) months commencing December 2017 with an optional extension if the Smart Concept Fund project is extended by the funder. The contract will be awarded to the most economically advantageous tender, dependant on Quality & Price against a pre agreed set of evaluation criteria as stated in the Tender documents The tender documents have been published and can be viewed on The University of Wolverhampton Procurement portal using the following link; www.wlv.bravosolution.co.uk you need to register your company to be able to download the relevant documentation. The deadline for returns is 12noon 15th November 2017; however please note the closing date for any clarifications is 13th November 2017.

Strategic Transport Study - Northern Triangle Major Investment Zone

WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL | Published December 7, 2017  -  Deadline January 19, 2018
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71311200

The Council is looking to appoint an experienced consultant to deliver a transport evidence base and future planned interventions programme for the Northern Triangle area. The consultant will be required to work directly with the City of Wolverhampton Council Strategic Transportation team in developing this baseline of transport evidence, and co-ordination of the future planned interventions. It is anticipated that the consultants will be required to carry out the following tasks including, but not limited to, the following: Evidence Gathering • Presentation of existing business / development proposals within the study area, • A review and presentation of existing land use, including identification of existing greenfield and brownfield sites, • A review and presentation of existing transport links including rail and other sustainable transport facilities and services being operated. • A review and presentation of historic and proposed transport infrastructure schemes within the area, including historic (but relevant to future decision making) proposals, public transport proposals, and a timeline for implementation in so far as possible. • Provide an overview of the relevant developments and an approximation of their impact (size, employees etc..), along with a current timetable for implementation. • Identify any current barriers to existing and potential development, in particular transport related, but including stakeholder positions and political concerns derived from the liaison activities as part of the assessment of risk. • Identify any 'blue sky' opportunities. • Produce and present a report detailing all of the above as a transport evidence base and current / potential future programme. • Identify potential gaps in the evidence base which might be required to inform decisions on value for money for future prioritisation of transport investment. Stakeholder Liaison • Liaise with cross boundary stakeholders to inform all aspects of the transport evidence base, future planned works and 'blue sky' thinking. Including (but not limited to) representatives from Local Authorities, Transport for West Midlands, Network Rail, Highways England, LEP's, key developers. The evidence base and programme of current planned interventions should be provided in a format suitable for continued stakeholder engagement.

PP17215 - Strategic Transport Study - Northern Triangle Major Investment Zone

Wolverhampton City Council | Published December 19, 2017  -  Deadline January 19, 2018
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79400000

The Council is looking to appoint an experienced consultant to deliver a transport evidence base and future planned interventions programme for the Northern Triangle area. The consultant will be required to work directly with the City of Wolverhampton Council Strategic Transportation team in developing this baseline of transport evidence, and co-ordination of the future planned interventions. It is anticipated that the consultants will be required to carry out the following tasks including, but not limited to, the following: Evidence Gathering • Presentation of existing business / development proposals within the study area, • A review and presentation of existing land use, including identification of existing greenfield and brownfield sites, • A review and presentation of existing transport links including rail and other sustainable transport facilities and services being operated. • A review and presentation of historic and proposed transport infrastructure schemes within the area, including historic (but relevant to future decision making) proposals, public transport proposals, and a timeline for implementation in so far as possible. • Provide an overview of the relevant developments and an approximation of their impact (size, employees etc..), along with a current timetable for implementation. • Identify any current barriers to existing and potential development, in particular transport related, but including stakeholder positions and political concerns derived from the liaison activities as part of the assessment of risk. • Identify any 'blue sky' opportunities. • Produce and present a report detailing all of the above as a transport evidence base and current / potential future programme. • Identify potential gaps in the evidence base which might be required to inform decisions on value for money for future prioritisation of transport investment. Stakeholder Liaison • Liaise with cross boundary stakeholders to inform all aspects of the transport evidence base, future planned works and 'blue sky' thinking. Including (but not limited to) representatives from Local Authorities, Transport for West Midlands, Network Rail, Highways England, LEP's, key developers. The evidence base and programme of current planned interventions should be provided in a format suitable for continued stakeholder engagement.

PP16044 — Library Management System

Wolverhampton City Council | Published October 12, 2016  -  Deadline November 10, 2016
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48160000, 79995000

The four Chief Executives of the Black Country agreed that a work stream relating to libraries should be developed which in broad terms will:

Reduce the cost of management and overheads in line with budgetary constraints

Redesign services to strip out duplication and unnecessary cost

Reduce the cost of services procured Improve the quality and breadth of library services

Ensure libraries are at the heart of their communities with services developed for the whole community not just those who can visit library buildings

In order to facilitate this, a number of specific work streams have been established — one of which is the procurement of a shared joint Library Management System (LMS) (and single library card) for the Black Country.

The LMS work stream objectives are: To procure a shared LMS for the Black Country with a staged implementation process

To provide a platform that will develop to improve the functionality of the system and meet future changes, including (but not limited to) a single library card and links with other systems

To ensure interoperability with key systems used across the Black Country

To enable the Black Country to deliver efficiencies in use of staff and deployment of stock

To enable the Black Country to improve service accessibility by providing self-service, automation and new access channels (e.g. e-mail, texting) for customers

To enable the Black Country to deliver the service from a wide variety of locations including non-library buildings and unstaffed sites using self-service technology

To safeguard and manage data to meet each of the authorities' audit requirements

The scope of works will include:

To provide OPAC, cataloguing, acquisitions, circulation, cash management, and management information modules and any other modules to be agreed, to provide an efficient library service to our customers. To work with the four authorities and their Council's I.T. strategic partners during the installation and configuration of the system. To work with the four library authorities and their partners to ensure the system meets their needs. To import data from existing systems and manipulate the data into an appropriate format for the LMS. To maintain the library system software and provide support as appropriate. To work with the Black Country to automate and re-engineer some key business processes, and train library staff to use the system efficiently. To work with the Black Country to ensure the OPAC offers more personalised services and contacts, and access to additional information and services, e.g., integration of eBooks. To provide interoperability with the various PC booking systems for validation; export of stock data to stock management tool such as Collection HQ, and exchange of financial data with the four council's remote payment systems for online payments — please see the end of this document for a list of current linked systems. To provide interoperability with Axiell CALM (archives catalogue), the various council's finance and CRM systems as a minimum — please see the end of this document for a list of current linked systems. To provide a system that will allow for each service/authority to keep customer, stock, OPAC and transactional data separate from the other authorities until an agreed means of sharing the system has been established. Integrating Dudley Schools Library Service into the Dudley Public Library Service as a separate branch. Integrating Walsall Schools Library Service into the Walsall Public Library Service as a separate branch. To go live in Dudley and Wolverhampton by August 2017.

This Invitation to Tender for the provision of a shared, totally managed and hosted LMS for all four Authorities is issued by Wolverhampton City Council acting on behalf of Black Country Libraries in Partnership The proposed framework Agreement is for a period of 5 years with the option to extend for 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 years up to a potential maximum period of 10 years.

PP16044 — Library Management System

Wolverhampton City Council | Published October 12, 2016
cpvs
48160000, 79995000

The four Chief Executives of the Black Country agreed that a work stream relating to libraries should be developed which in broad terms will:

Reduce the cost of management and overheads in line with budgetary constraints

Redesign services to strip out duplication and unnecessary cost

Reduce the cost of services procured Improve the quality and breadth of library services

Ensure libraries are at the heart of their communities with services developed for the whole community not just those who can visit library buildings

In order to facilitate this, a number of specific work streams have been established — one of which is the procurement of a shared joint Library Management System (LMS) (and single library card) for the Black Country.

The LMS work stream objectives are: To procure a shared LMS for the Black Country with a staged implementation process

To provide a platform that will develop to improve the functionality of the system and meet future changes, including (but not limited to) a single library card and links with other systems

To ensure interoperability with key systems used across the Black Country

To enable the Black Country to deliver efficiencies in use of staff and deployment of stock

To enable the Black Country to improve service accessibility by providing self-service, automation and new access channels (e.g. e-mail, texting) for customers

To enable the Black Country to deliver the service from a wide variety of locations including non-library buildings and unstaffed sites using self-service technology

To safeguard and manage data to meet each of the authorities' audit requirements

The scope of works will include:

To provide OPAC, cataloguing, acquisitions, circulation, cash management, and management information modules and any other modules to be agreed, to provide an efficient library service to our customers. To work with the four authorities and their Council's I.T. strategic partners during the installation and configuration of the system. To work with the four library authorities and their partners to ensure the system meets their needs. To import data from existing systems and manipulate the data into an appropriate format for the LMS. To maintain the library system software and provide support as appropriate. To work with the Black Country to automate and re-engineer some key business processes, and train library staff to use the system efficiently. To work with the Black Country to ensure the OPAC offers more personalised services and contacts, and access to additional information and services, e.g., integration of eBooks. To provide interoperability with the various PC booking systems for validation; export of stock data to stock management tool such as Collection HQ, and exchange of financial data with the four council's remote payment systems for online payments — please see the end of this document for a list of current linked systems. To provide interoperability with Axiell CALM (archives catalogue), the various council's finance and CRM systems as a minimum — please see the end of this document for a list of current linked systems. To provide a system that will allow for each service/authority to keep customer, stock, OPAC and transactional data separate from the other authorities until an agreed means of sharing the system has been established. Integrating Dudley Schools Library Service into the Dudley Public Library Service as a separate branch. Integrating Walsall Schools Library Service into the Walsall Public Library Service as a separate branch. To go live in Dudley and Wolverhampton by August 2017.

This Invitation to Tender for the provision of a shared, totally managed and hosted LMS for all four Authorities is issued by Wolverhampton City Council acting on behalf of Black Country Libraries in Partnership The proposed framework Agreement is for a period of 5 years with the option to extend for 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 years up to a potential maximum period of 10 years.

PP16044 - Library Management System

Wolverhampton City Council | Published October 7, 2016  -  Deadline November 10, 2016
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43000000, 43230000, 43232600, 43232609

The four Chief Executives of the Black Country agreed that a work stream relating to libraries should be developed which in broad terms will:

  • Reduce the cost of management and overheads in line with budgetary constraints
  • Redesign services to strip out duplication and unnecessary cost

  • Reduce the cost of services procured

  • Improve the quality and breadth of library services

  • Ensure libraries are at the heart of their communities with services developed for the whole community not just those who can visit library buildings 

In order to facilitate this, a number of specific work streams have been established – one of which is the procurement of a shared joint Library Management System (LMS) (and single library card) for the Black Country.

The LMS work stream objectives are:

  • To procure a shared LMS for the Black Country with a staged implementation process
  • To provide a platform that will develop to improve the functionality of the system and meet future changes, including (but not limited to) a single library card and links with other systems

  • To ensure interoperability with key systems used across the Black Country

  • To enable the Black Country to deliver efficiencies in use of staff and deployment of stock

  • To enable the Black Country to improve service accessibility by providing self-service, automation and new access channels (e.g. e-mail, texting) for customers

  • To enable the Black Country to deliver the service from a wide variety of locations including non-library buildings and unstaffed sites using self-service technology

  • To safeguard and manage data to meet each of the authorities’ audit requirements

The scope of works will include:

  • To provide OPAC, cataloguing, acquisitions, circulation, cash management, and management information modules and any other modules to be agreed, to provide an efficient library service to our customers.

  • To work with the four authorities and their Council’s I.T. strategic partners during the installation and configuration of the system.

  • To work with the four library authorities and their partners to ensure the system meets their needs.

  • To import data from existing systems and manipulate the data into an appropriate format for the LMS.

  • To maintain the library system software and provide support as appropriate.

  • To work with the Black Country to automate and re-engineer some key business processes, and train library staff to use the system efficiently.

  • To work with the Black Country to ensure the OPAC offers more personalised services and contacts, and access to additional information and services, e.g., integration of eBooks.

  • To provide interoperability with the various PC booking systems for validation; export of stock data to stock management tool such as Collection HQ, and exchange of financial data with the four council’s remote payment systems for online payments – please see the end of this document for a list of current linked systems.

  • To provide interoperability with Axiell CALM (archives catalogue), the various council’s finance and CRM systems as a minimum - please see the end of this document for a list of current linked systems.

  • To provide a system that will allow for each service/authority to keep customer, stock, OPAC and transactional data separate from the other authorities until an agreed means of sharing the system has been established.

  • Integrating Dudley Schools Library Service into the Dudley Public Library Service as a separate branch.

  • Integrating Walsall Schools Library Service into the Walsall Public Library Service as a separate branch.

  • To go live in Dudley and Wolverhampton by August 2017. 

This Invitation to Tender for the provision of a shared, totally managed and hosted LMS for all four Authorities is issued by Wolverhampton City Council acting on behalf of Black Country Libraries in Partnership

The proposed framework Agreement is for a period of 5 years with the option to extend for 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 years up to a potential maximum period of 10 years.  

 

Supply of Employers Agent, Quantity Surveying & Independent Certifier Services and Structural & Civil Engineering Design Consultancy Services

Bromford Housing Group Limited | Published September 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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71325000

Bromford Housing Group Limited, as a central purchasing body on behalf of itself and any of its current or future entities and subsidiaries (together “Bromford”) wishes to invite interested Consultants to participate in a procurement process to create a Framework Agreement for the reliable supply of Employers Agent, Quantity Surveying & Independent Certifier Services and Structural & Civil Engineering Design Consultancy Services. Bromford Housing Group Limited is a Registered Society incorporated under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 (no. 29996R) and whose registered office is at One Exchange Court, Brabourne Avenue, Wolverhampton Business Park, Wolverhampton WV10 6AU. The current operating entities and subsidiaries of Bromford Housing Group Limited are: Bromford Housing Association Limited, a Charitable Community Benefit Society incorporated under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 (FCA registered number: 7106); Bromford Home Ownership Limited, a Registered Society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 (FCA registered number: 29991R); Bromford Assured Homes Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 02677730); Bromford Developments Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 06507824); Street Services Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 03711394); Riverside Mews Management Company Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 02953846); Strand Services (Whitchurch) Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 02645753). Bromford Housing Group Limited also has three dormant entities / subsidiaries as follows:- Project Note Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 03716147); Bromford Carinthia Homes Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number:02625632) Queen Street Management Company (Lichfield) Limited, a Private Limited Company, incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (registered number: 01764379). Bomford has been a provider of social housing for over 50 years. More than 60,000 people live in Bromford’s 28,000 homes and each year Bromford provides housing-related support and employment services to over 10,000 people. We're recognised for achieving industry-leading results and, in a world where public funding is tight and every penny counts, we work hard to keep down costs, achieve Value for Money and run efficient services.

Provision of a Fabrication Laboratory Facility

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LIMITED | Published May 16, 2017  -  Deadline May 31, 2017
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38000000

This is a re-Tender, previously 17-04. The Innovation Product Support Service (iPSS) project is an ERDF funded business support project that will support SMEs in the development of new products and processes. Examples of the funded support available to businesses include: • Product design • Engineering analysis • Market research • Intellectual property guidance • Electronics development • Commercial reviews • New product development planning and development • Development and implementation of sensor technologies The Fabrication Laboratory (Fab Lab) is a new facility being established within the newly constructed Science, Technology & Prototyping Centre at the University of Wolverhampton Science Park. This £10m Science, Technology & Prototyping Centre will open in Spring 2017 and will comprise a total of 3,900m2 nett floor space. The Fab Lab will provide a combination of high quality office, laboratory and workshop areas to support science and technology based businesses. General information about the Fab Lab can be found be found at http://fablabsuk.co.uk/. The Fab Lab will occupy a 1,097ft2 unit on the ground floor of the building, initially for the duration of the iPSS project i.e. to March 2019. Occupation and equipping of the unit will enable the iPSS Project to provide free support to local businesses in the production of good quality physical prototypes of new product concepts that they are developing with the assistance of the standard support package referred to above. In order to allow this Contract to be used for potential Funded projects we are notifying all tenderers that some works might be subject to part funding by, for example, the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme for England (2014-2020) or any other European Union Funded Programme, or other Funding Body e.g. Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEP). This Tender Invitation is to provide a quotation for the supply and installation of the equipment required for the effective operation of the Fab Lab as detailed in Schedule 1 of the Invitation to Tender. The quotation should include connection to the single phase or three phase electricity supplies provided in the workshop as appropriate. Please note that the Schedule is broken down into Lots. Tenderers have the ability to bid on ANY lot. Deadline for installation and commissioning of every piece of equipment detailed in the lots specified in Schedule 1 week commencing 17th July 2017. This is a mandatory requirement. Other mandatory requirements include; - Ability to provide all items listed within a particular lot - Meeting budget requirements (detailed in the ITT) - Meeting minimum turnover requirements (twice the budget requirements, detailed in the ITT). To access the documents please register on BravoSolution using the following link wlv.bravosolution.co.uk.

17-17 Catering and Cleaning Managed Services — Pye Green Academy.

University of Wolverhampton | Published May 27, 2017
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55524000

Pye Green Academy is seeking to procure the services of a specialist Contractor to provide Catering and Cleaning Managed Services to the Academy. The aim is to provide nutritional food and a good quality service in addition to maintaining the cleanliness of the establishment. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 90919300 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKG3 Main site or place of performance: Pye Green Academy, Rose Hill, Hednesford, Staffordshire, WS12 4RT. II.2.4) Description of the procurement The University are running this tender activity on behalf of Education Central Multi Academy Trust namely Pye Green Academy (PGA) address details below, the University provides Procurement Services via an SLA with Education Central Multi Academy Trust (ECMAT). PGA is seeking to procure the services of a specialist Contractor to provide Catering and Cleaning Managed Services. The aim is to provide nutritional food and a good quality service in addition to maintaining the cleanliness of the establishment. Any resultant contract will be between Education Central Multi Academy Trust and the Contractor. The Qualification section will be assessed on a pass/fail basis in accordance with the standard qualification questions implemented by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS)/Cabinet Office, in addition to the following: — The Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of 200 000 GBP; — The Tenderer must have a Credit Safe Score of = 30; — The Successful Contractor must have 5 000 000 GBP Public Liability Insurance; — The Successful Contractor must have 5 000 000 GBP Employer's Liability Insurance. In addition to the above, Project Specific Pass/Fail Criteria are listed below: — Tenderers must have the ability to supply both Catering and Cleaning managed services. — Tenderers must have experience of undertaking a similar contract in a School environment. — It is a mandatory requirement that your organisation has managed a contract involving TuPE previously. Please confirm your organisation have undertaken a contract of this nature. — Please confirm all personnel involved with this potential contract are DBS cleared at the enhanced level every 3 years. — Personnel must be DBS cleared prior to commencing work on the Contract. — Confirm that all personnel will provide the Academy with a copy of their DBS certificate, photo ID and proof of address for the purpose of recording in our Single Central Register. — Safeguarding — You must comply with the national safeguarding policies and protocols, such as DofE Keeping Children Safe in Education? — Do you have the ability to operate electronic ordering, payment and invoicing? — Staff Cover — please confirm you have sufficient personnel to adequately cover this provision for short and long term absence? (NB. The Academy must always have the requisite number of personnel present as per the Contractual requirements.) — Tenderers must be able to provide a single point of contact for Contract Management. — You must be able to commit to at least 3 monthly business review meetings at the start of the contract. — Tenderers must be able to provide links to local food providers to facilitate the contract. — Maintenance for Academy owned Catering Equipment must be managed by the Contractor. — Tenderer must take responsibility to source and provide all cleaning equipment and consumables in relation to the Contract. — Please confirm that you have a recognised Quality Management system in place. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Start: 01/01/2018 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: 3-year contract with up to 24-month optional extension. Tender to be reviewed following contract term. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: No II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions for participation III.1.1) Suitability to pursue the professional activity, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers List and brief description of conditions: Refer to Procurement documents available via BravoSolution. III.1.2) Economic and financial standing Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.1.3) Technical and professional ability Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents III.2) Conditions related to the contract III.2.1) Information about a particular profession Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: Yes IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 26/06/2017 Local time: 10:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.6) Minimum time frame during which the tenderer must maintain the tender Duration in months: 3 (from the date stated for receipt of tender) IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 20/06/2017 Local time: 10:00 Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: Yes Estimated timing for further notices to be published: In accordance with Contract time-scales i.e. 3 years plus optional extension of up to 24 months. VI.2) Information about electronic workflows Electronic ordering will be used Electronic invoicing will be accepted Electronic payment will be used VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body University of Wolverhampton Wolverhampton UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 24/05/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: procurement@wlv.ac.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 55524000School catering servicesCatering services 90919300School cleaning servicesOffice, school and office equipment cleaning services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //

PP18077 — IDOX Document Management System Veat Notice

Wolverhampton City Council | Published August 16, 2019
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48311100

Electronic records and documents management system development. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 1 295 500.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKG39 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Electronic records and documents management system development. II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Negotiated procedure without prior publication Justification for selected award procedure: The works, supplies or services can be provided only by a particular economic operator for the following reason: absence of competition for technical reasons Explanation: The procurement has been awarded utilising the negotiated procedure without prior publication utilising Regulation 32(2)(b)(ii) ‘competition is absent for technical reasons’. This is a compliant route to market under the Public Contract Regulations 2015 and Council’s Contract Procedure Rules. The contract will be varied following a 10 day standstill period concluding on 27.8.2019. The original contract was awarded via RM1059 LASA Crown Commercial framework agreement and due to unforeseen requirements at the time further development is now required. The original contract value was 735 000 GBP, further development costs will be 560 500 GBP total contract value of 1 295 500 GBP. Idox Electronic Records and Documents Management System is utilised within a number of key areas within the council enabling and empowering citizens to consume services at any time and council resources to work from anywhere and everywhere, with real time information aiding accurate decision making and improving efficiency. No other provider can offer this service due to the proprietary nature of the software. IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No Section V: Award of contract/concession V.2 Award of contract/concession V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract/concession 08/08/2019 V.2.2) Information about tenders The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Idox plc 2nd floor, 1310 Waterside, Arlington Business Park Theale RG7 4SA UK NUTS: UKG39 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the concession and main financing terms (excluding VAT) Total value of the concession/lot: 1 295 500.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Tracey Christie City of Wolverhampton Council Wolverhampton UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 14/08/2019 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: john.thompson@wolverhampton.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 48311100Document management systemDocument management software package Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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