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Ballyhoura Development CLG is currently seeking to create a panel of qualified trainers for the next 3 years 2017 - 2020

Ballyhoura Development CLG | Published October 19, 2017  -  Deadline November 20, 2020
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80000000, 80400000, 80500000, 80540000, 80560000, 80561000, 80533200, 80570000

Ballyhoura Development is a community led local development company, working to support communities, families, individuals and business. Structured as a non-profit company, with charitable status. Ballyhoura Development is a partnership of the community and voluntary sector, social partners, local government and statutory agencies covering North East County Cork and East County Limerick. Ballyhoura Development offers information, mentoring, training, research & development and capital support working with people most in need of assistance to access opportunities that will increase their economic sustainability and improve their quality of life. Ballyhoura Development is currently seeking to create a panel of qualified trainers from which providers will be selected to participate in a mini-competition for contract award for delivery of a wide variety of training courses as the specific needs arise. Ballyhoura Development has a strong community sector educational and SME focus and many potential area of training will be required under the following headings. The following list is only an indication of the courses being considered and proposals for other appropriate courses will be welcomed. Enterprise & Employment Community Development Culture, Heritage Tourism & Recreation Children, Families & Wellbeing Environmental Sustainability Life Long Learning Training will take place in a variety of venues within and outside of the Ballyhoura Area and locations will be advised with RFT’s.

Type of Contract:
Services

Supply-Line Works Qualification System Notice (3 of 3)

Achilles Procurement Services Ltd | Published February 2, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2018
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45100000, 45200000, 45300000, 45400000, 45500000, 50000000, 51000000, 60000000, 65000000, 71000000, 76000000, 77000000, 90000000

This is the 2017 notice covering works and engineering announcing the use of Supply-Line as a qualification system, operated by Achilles and used by a number of contracting entities in Ireland. It is used for tenderer selection for contracts and framework agreements above the EU thresholds and from time to time for contracts below the EU thresholds. At their discretion, the contracting entities may publish additional calls for competition for any or all of the procurement categories listed in the Supply-Line Product Code Guide. They may apply additional rules, criteria and qualification stages for specific procurements. They may opt not to use Supply-Line and to publish a separate competition in OJEU or www.etenders.gov.ie. An information document covering the Supply-Line system and rules of operation is available to download from www.etenders.gov.ie under ID 112733. Some categories of business may be specific to some industries only within the scope of the Utilities sector.

Type of Contract:
Works

Supply-Line Supplies Qualification System Notice (1 of 3)

Achilles Procurement Services Ltd | Published February 2, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2018
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This is the 2017 notice covering supplies announcing the use of Supply-Line as a qualification system, operated by Achilles and used by a number of contracting entities in Ireland. It is used for tenderer selection for contracts and framework agreements above the EU thresholds and from time to time for contracts below the EU thresholds. At their discretion, the contracting entities may publish additional calls for competition for any or all of the procurement categories listed in the Supply-Line Product Code Guide. They may apply additional rules, criteria and qualification stages for specific procurements. They may opt not to use Supply-Line and to publish a separate competition in OJEU or www.etenders.gov.ie. An information document covering the Supply-Line system and rules of operation is available to download from www.etenders.gov.ie under ID 112720. Some categories of business may be specific to some industries only within the scope of the Utilities sector.

Type of Contract:
Supplies

Supply-Line Services Qualification System Notice (2 of 3)

Achilles Procurement Services Ltd | Published February 2, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2018
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51000000, 55000000, 60000000, 63000000, 64000000, 65000000, 66000000, 70000000, 71000000, 72000000, 73000000, 75000000, 76000000, 77000000, 79000000, 80000000, 85000000, 92000000, 98000000

This is the 2017 notice covering services announcing the use of Supply-Line as a qualification system, operated by Achilles and used by a number of contracting entities in Ireland. It is used for tenderer selection for contracts and framework agreements above the EU thresholds and from time to time for contracts below the EU thresholds. At their discretion, the contracting entities may publish additional calls for competition for any or all of the procurement categories listed in the Supply-Line Product Code Guide. They may apply additional rules, criteria and qualification stages for specific procurements. They may opt not to use Supply-Line and to publish a separate competition in OJEU or www.etenders.gov.ie. An information document covering the Supply-Line system and rules of operation is available to download from www.etenders.gov.ie under ID 112735. Some categories of business may be specific to some industries only within the scope of the Utilities sector.

Type of Contract:
Services

Tender for the preparation of a report on ownership and control of media businesses in the state for the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland

Broadcasting Authority of Ireland | Published November 24, 2017  -  Deadline January 25, 2018
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73110000, 79311400

Part 4 Section 28M of the 2014 Act requires the BAI to prepare a report on the ownership and control arrangements of undertakings carrying on a media business in the State, and to provide an analysis of the effects of any changes in these arrangements over the previous three years on plurality of media in the state. The first report was prepared within a year of the commencement of the Act (31st October 2014). Following submission to the Minister, the report was published by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment and can be found at the link below for information. BAI Report on Ownership & Control of Media Businesses 2012 - 2014 Further to the provisions of the 2014 Act, the BAI is required to prepare such a report every three years. The successful tenderer will gather the data and provide an analysis to support the BAI in preparing this report. The BAI wishes to award a contract to prepare a report which shall: i) Describe the ownership and control arrangements for undertakings carrying on a media business in the State; ii) Describe the changes to the ownership and control arrangements of such undertakings over the previous 3 years (2015-2017); and iii) Provide an analysis of the effects of such changes on plurality of the media in the State as defined in the legislation and with reference to the Guidelines prepared by the Minister in accordance with Section 28L of Part 4 of the 2014 Act. The final report is to be provided to the BAI by end of June 2018.

Type of Contract:
Services

Irish Department of Health - IT software products as part of a Health Analytics Solution

Department of Health | Published November 30, 2017  -  Deadline January 15, 2018
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48000000, 48422000, 48463000, 48482000, 48517000, 48900000

A Health Analytics Solution that provides an enterprise approach to health analytics and provides the Department of Health with the capability to improve performance of the following activities; A. Health System Performance Assessment B. Health Service Planning C. Health Policy Making D. Public Health Communication & Promotion The solution should include the delivery of separate software products which have the functionality to complete; 1) Enterprise level data extraction, transformation and integration (extract, transform and load data processing) 2) Enterprise level data analysis and visualisation that delivers business intelligence

Type of Contract:
Supplies

The provision of Halting Site Management Services and other similar services, including security related services, throughout the Louth County Council administrative area

Louth County Council | Published November 23, 2017  -  Deadline January 5, 2018
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79710000, 98341000

The Contracting Authority proposes to engage in a competitive process for the establishment of a Single Party framework agreement for the provision of Halting Site Management Services. The framework will be for two (2) years with the option to extend by further periods of one (1] year subject to a maximum of four (4) years, subject to annual review, satisfactory performance, business needs and budgetary constraints. The framework will be awarded using a procedure involving negotiation in accordance with the Light Touch Regime applicable to Title III Services. The minimum services required under this Single Party Framework Agreement for Halting Site Management Services at Woodlands Halting Site is as follows • to provide a general caretaking service on the site Monday to Friday, for a period of 10 hours per week and with a presence on site each day. • to be responsible for the general cleanliness of the site and to monitor waste materials and dispose of any waste material arising. • to provide security and related services to the site (the Service Provider must hold a current PSA Licence). • to report maintenance faults and defects which cannot be attended by the caretaker In addition, the framework operator will be required to provide any other similar facilities management related services that may arise during the lifetime of the framework, including those relating to illegal dumping, animal control, liaison with the Gardaí, graffiti, anti-social behaviour, security patrols, abandoned houses and illegal occupants. This is a multi-stage procedure with the first stage requiring interested parties to complete the qualification questionnaire available from www.etenders.gov.ie.

Type of Contract:
Services

Economic and Technical Consultancy Services to Review and Assess Electricity Interconnectors Applications

Commission for Regulation of Utilities | Published November 24, 2017  -  Deadline January 5, 2018
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79311400, 79311410

The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) is Ireland’s independent energy and water regulator. The CRU was originally established as the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) in 1999. The CER changed its name to the CRU in 2017 to better reflect the expanded powers and functions of the organisation. The CRU has a wide range of economic, customer protection and safety responsibilities in energy and water. The CRU’s mission is to regulate water, energy and energy safety in the public interest. The work of the CRU impacts every Irish home and business, by ensuring safe, secure and sustainable energy and water supplies at a reasonable cost. The sectors we regulate underpin Irish economic competitiveness, investment and growth, while also contributing to our international obligations to address climate change. The CRU is seeking expert technical and economic consultancy services to assist in reviewing and assessing applications from electricity interconnector projects with a Project of Common Interest (“PCI”) status. A detailed specification of requirements is set out in Appendix 1 of the Request For Tender( RFT) available to download from www.etenders.gov.ie

Type of Contract:
Services

Graduate Development Programme for members of Food Drink Ireland Skillnet

IBEC - on behalf of the FDII Skillnet | Published November 30, 2017  -  Deadline January 4, 2018
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80000000, 80300000, 80500000, 80510000, 80532000

The primary objective of the graduate training programme is to further the professional development of graduates and junior members of staff by developing management and professional competence skills that are essential for business today. The course should include practical skills that would directly benefit those new to a business environment. The programme will target graduates (or junior Managers) who have just started working for companies across the Food and Drink production/processing sector. Their academic backgrounds may vary (Science, Engineering, Production, Sale, Marketing, Finance) and they will work in various functions within the businesses, however, the programme will need to ensure their transition from academia to business is smooth and they are business ready as soon as possible. We anticipate the programme will be run over a 6-9 month period and will involve a maximum of 12 days “classroom” training as well as completion of a related project plus examination. Aspects of training will include - Transition from Academia to Business - Working Effectively - Working in Teams - Communications - Managing Projects - Financial Skills - Commercial Awareness Qualification - A qualification to a minimum HETAC level 6 earning 20 ECTS is required

Type of Contract:
Services

Business Plan, Financial Modelling, Procurement and Governance Advice (“BFPGA”)

The University of Dublin Trinity College | Published December 1, 2017  -  Deadline January 3, 2018
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66171000, 70000000, 70110000, 70123000, 70300000, 79418000, 79996000, 79314000, 79221000, 79111000, 72221000, 70122110, 70122000, 70121000, 70120000

The University of Dublin, Trinity College requires the services of a suitably qualified company to carry out Business Plan, Financial Modelling, Procurement and Governance Advice (“BFPGA”), in two lots to include; 1) Business plan preparation for large scale property development, financial modelling, strategic project governance strategy, strategic development and /or funding partner procurement advice and 2) Property advice and expertise on the proposed Trinity Technology and Enterprise Campus (TTEC). TTEC is located in the heart of the Dublin Docklands. The proposed development of TTEC is intended to generate a new innovation ecosystem in the area. It will provide new research institutes focused on bringing together multiple disciplines – engineering, computer science, natural sciences and material science – which will work at scale to tackle some of the most challenging research problems facing enterprise and society. In addition Trinity’s four national centres – the SFI Centres AMBER, CONNECT and ADAPT and the EI / IDA Technology Centre Learnovate – will be housed on the new campus; allowing enhanced interaction, collaboration and industry engagement. A key learning from international innovation districts is that the density and proximity of new and scaling businesses is essential to obtain the critical mass needed for the district to act as both an effective accelerator and attractor of companies. In addition this infrastructure attracts not just innovative companies but venture capital, angel investors, services companies and in time the large multi-nationals who want to be aligned with and adjacent to the energy and disruption which comes from scaling companies. In addition, the presence of scaling companies also makes the campus and district economical and representative of the triple helix of government, academia and industry. When completed TTEC is proposed to accommodate in excess of 100,000m2 of new space.

Type of Contract:
Services

Consultancy Services for the preparation of an Economic & Spatial Plan for Ennis to 2040

Clare County Council | Published December 1, 2017  -  Deadline December 22, 2017
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73200000, 73210000, 73220000, 79310000, 79400000, 79410000, 71311000, 71311200, 71311300, 73000000, 79413000, 79415200

In summary, the Services comprise: Request for Tenders for the preparation of an Economic and Spatial Plan for Ennis Town and Environs to 2040. Clare County Council is seeking to engage a multi-disciplinary team, led by economic consultants but comprising of inter alia spatial land-use planning, property and marketing consultants, to research and produce an Economic and Spatial Strategy for Ennis Town and Environs to guide the development of the town to 2040. Clare County Council is seeking to engage a multi-disciplinary team, lead by economic consultants but comprising inter alia spatial land-use planning, property and marketing consultants, to research and produce an Economic and Spatial Strategy for Ennis Town and Environs to guide the development of the town to 2040. As the principal administrative and commercial centre of County Clare, Ennis has developed a reputation for doing business based on a highly skilled population base, high quality telecommunications infrastructure and excellent connectivity to the national motorway and rail network. Other attributes include an excellent quality of life, affordable housing and high-quality recreational opportunities, all set against the backdrop of a beautiful County. Ennis is at the heart of the economic and enterprise development of the County. In 2016, Ennis had a population of 25,276 making it the largest town in Clare and the twelfth largest in Ireland. There is strong potential for further employment-generating development in the Ennis area. Like most towns in Ireland Ennis is recovering from a period of global economic decline and uncertainty. Situated between the cities of Galway and Limerick and on the west coast of Ireland, whilst having significant opportunities, Ennis as a traditional market towns faces specific economic, infrastructural, environmental and physical challenges, including transportation, demographic and population stagnation, retail vitality and viability, restricted availability of modern office and employment accommodation, and envi

Type of Contract:
Services

Provision of Support and Maintenance of the Rural Transport ITMS Booking System

National Transport Authority | Published November 16, 2017  -  Deadline December 21, 2017
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72000000, 72220000, 72222300, 72260000, 72267000, 72267100, 72320000, 72253000, 72253200, 72261000

The National Transport Authority seeks an experienced IT Service Provider who can provide technical support and expertise to maintain and develop ICT elements of the Authority’s ITMS business systems. The Authority will require a range of support services, some of which will be on an on-going basis and others as needs arise. This contract will involve the provision of operation support and development services for ITMS and any other business systems that may be selected by the Authority in future. The full scope of the services is set out in the tender documents.

Type of Contract:
Services

Removals Services

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade/An Roinn Gnóthaí Eachtracha agus Trádála | Published November 30, 2017  -  Deadline December 21, 2017
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63521000, 34144750, 63110000, 64120000

Main activity “Door-to-door” removals service of household effects and furniture for Departmantal staff Object of the notice: Interested parties should note that the Department is conducting a market sounding exercise. This is not a a Call for Proposals to companies or organisations to submit applications. This notice is to advise the market that the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, proposes to seek expressions of interest at a future date from companies to provide removal services under aFramework Agreement to meet new and extended business requirements. The overall objective is for the Department to seek good quality, cost efficient, and reliable removal service operators to provide a “door-to-door” removals service (i.e. including packing and unpacking of household effects and furniture) for its staff who are transferred to and from postings overseas. Members of the Department’s staff are regularly posted from its Headquarters in Dublin, Limerick and Cork to overseas Missions under its planned postings system. Under this system, postings are normally decided in the Spring of each year with the majority of staff moves taking place during the months from June to September. In some cases staff already serving abroad may be assigned to another foreign posting (referred to as “cross-postings”). The Department meets the cost of shipping ordinary household furniture and effects (plus one car) and, where necessary, the cost of storage for limited periods at the time of transfer. There can be as many as 200 staff transfers’ annually to/from/between overseas destinations. The Department’s overseas representation is kept under review and is subject to further future changes, indeed numbers are likely to rise, as the department has recently announced the planned opening of 4 new Embassies and 2 new Consulates. The Department may also avail of the Framework for occasional shipments of furniture from Headquarters to its Missions overseas. It is likely that the Department will want to establish a Fram

Type of Contract:
Services

Project Delivery of Transportation Proposals for Waterford City

Waterford City and County Council | Published November 26, 2017  -  Deadline December 19, 2017
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71200000, 71300000, 71500000

Waterford City and County Council, is seeking to appoint an organisation or business (the Consultancy Firm) to provide professional services necessary to deliver transport infrastructure proposals for Waterford City.

Type of Contract:
Services

Enterprise Architect Consultancy Services in relation to the utilisation of the Sparx Systems Application in the Office Of Public Works

Office of Public Works (OPW) | Published November 19, 2017  -  Deadline December 18, 2017
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72000000, 72260000

The Office Of Public Works, Estate Management System Unit, requires an Enterprise Architect to provide mentoring, quality assurance and advice in relation to the utilisation of the Sparx Systems application for modeling solution design using Enterprise Architecture, particularly in the following areas: Business Process Modeling using BPMN 2.0; Unified Modeling Language, including the development of use cases and use case scenarios; Data Modeling; ArchiMate Enterprise Modelling; Traceability; Test Case Management.

Type of Contract:
Services

Services to Assist in Production of Annual Reports for CIE Group

Iarnrod Eireann-Irish Rail | Published November 30, 2017  -  Deadline December 15, 2017
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79822500, 79550000, 79970000, 79530000, 79820000, 79821100

Iarnród Éireann, on behalf of the CIE Group, is seeking proposals from suitably experienced and qualified companies to provide the design, development and production of the four (4) companies Annual Reports for a period of three (3) years, with option to extend for a further two years subject to satisfactory performance and the CIE Group’s business requirements.

Type of Contract:
Services

Embedding Design in Micro and Small Enterprise

Design & Crafts Council of Ireland | Published November 24, 2017  -  Deadline December 14, 2017
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22314000, 73300000, 79415200, 79421200, 79930000, 79933000, 72224000

Design and Crafts Council Ireland and Local Enterprise Offices based in the South East of Ireland are looking for a project leader to deliver a Design4Growth programme that aims to: Re-think Business through Design: Reveal how design can help position consumers at the centre of business activities and assist small businesses in effectively utilising design strategy methods for product and business development. Nurture Small Businesses with Aspirations: The micro and SME sector is the rich, dynamic foundation of the creative economy, a key driver of design-led innovation. Design4Growth will use design methodologies to assist with an integrated approach to marketing, research & development (including product or service design), pricing strategy, route(s) to market and promotion, and scale. Assist to increase sales and competitiveness: The overarching aim of Design4Growth is to increase jobs and exports in the small enterprise sector. To do this design strategists will work directly with businesses to integrate new systems that improve and streamline products and services. Re-think Regions through Design: The creative economy is regionally distinct, and its full potential is yet to be tapped. Design4Growth aims to identify, connect, and nurture entrepreneurship through regional collaborative networks. Activate connections between the Creative, Cultural, and Business Sectors: Connect talent from across different sectors to engage in the design of new products, services, and business opportunities. Create high-quality business-focused design tools and methodologies: deliver training through a network of trainers and intermediaries and produce open-source material to be used by businesses directly.

Type of Contract:
Services

The Local Enterprise Offices Cork are currently seeking tenders for all Training delivery for the period of 1st January 2018 until the 31st of December 2019

Local Enterprise Office South Cork | Published November 17, 2017  -  Deadline December 13, 2017
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80000000, 80500000, 80521000, 80522000, 80532000, 80533100, 80570000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411100, 79996000, 79632000, 79412000, 79413000, 79414000, 79415200, 79416200, 79418000

TENDER NOTICE: Training Delivery 1st January 2018 to 31st December 2019 • The Local Enterprise Office South Cork • The Local Enterprise Office Cork North & West The Local Enterprise Offices as outlined above are part of Cork County Council Economic Development Enterprise and Tourism and have the primary function of promoting enterprise and assisting with the development of micro-enterprises at local level. The Local Enterprise Office (LEO) supports include financial assistance (subject to eligibility), business advice, mentoring, training, networking and the trading online vouchers. As per the Enterprise Development Plan, the provision of training is a fundamental aspect of LEO supports to entrepreneurs in the region. The Local Enterprise Office currently provides a wide range of training opportunities for the small business manager owner, all of which are highly subsidised. These programmes equip entrepreneurs, owners and managers with the knowledge to plan, grow and sustain productivity, innovation and competitiveness. The Local Enterprise Offices are currently seeking tenders for all Training delivery for the period of 1st January 2018 until the 31st of December 2019. Training providers may tender for multiple programmes. Please specify if you wish to deliver in all locations/or for a particular LEO Office. To view full Tender notice, guidelines and submission information please visit: https://www.localenterprise.ie/SouthCork/SouthCork/Publications-Resources/Tender-Notice/TENDER-NOTICE-Training-Delivery.html

Type of Contract:
Services

Quantitative Research of the Businesses and Organisations Operating on and along Ireland's Inland Waterways

Waterways Ireland | Published November 29, 2017  -  Deadline December 13, 2017
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73110000, 73300000, 79310000

Waterways Ireland recognise that good data from which business intelligence can be derived is fundamental in establishing the prevailing conditions and sentiment among our users and identifying positions of strengthen, weakness, opportunity and threat for which funding can be sought from the departments and invested to derive maximum benefit for the public. Waterways Ireland commissioned research in 2004, 2010, 2014, 2016 to determine the market profile and numbers of waterway users, waterway products and to determine awareness of Waterways Ireland as the management authority on the navigations. Waterways Ireland wants to undertake a refocus and development of this research. Waterways Ireland now wishes to appoint a suitably qualified service provider to undertake quantitative research with the business and voluntary community on and along the inland waterways managed by Waterways Ireland and provide a comprehensive report(s) illustrating the results.

Tyres and Batteries PRI Enforcement – Technical Support

Environmental Protection Agency | Published November 21, 2017  -  Deadline December 12, 2017
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90700000, 90710000

A Producer Responsibility Initiative (PRI) for the management of tyres is now in operation in Ireland. The EPA is seeking to award a contract for an external resource to carry out nationwide enforcement of tyre producer obligations on behalf of the EPA. Enforcement activities will include office based work (generating correspondence, using phone and email for communication) and audits at tyre producer business premises (to investigate, advise and direct on obligations and compliance). The overall objective is to achieve compliance among tyre producers with the tyres and batteries regulations. In addition to dealing with organisations that are known to have tyre producer obligations, the contractor will also be required to follow up and investigate intelligence about ‘free rider’ tyre producers. These are producers that are operating outside of the tyres PRI and who are avoiding their obligations.

Type of Contract:
Services