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Production of “The Story of the Rural Public House” Marketing Video

Carlow County Council | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 18, 2017
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32354500, 92111220, 92111260, 92111300, 92111320, 92111100, 92111200, 92111210, 92111250, 92111310, 79340000, 79342000, 79961100, 79961200, 79961300

Production of “The Story of the Rural Public House” Marketing Video Request for Proposals Proposals must be received not later than 12:00 (noon) on 18th January 2017 Proposals that are received late WILL NOT be considered. Background Carlow County Council in association with Carlow Tourism is seeking proposals for the design and delivery of “The Stories of the Rural Public House” production, which is utilized to showcase the story of Rural Carlow as part of our Tourism Message under Ireland’s Ancient East, in 7 Rural Locations in County Carlow. This video will also link the "story" of Walsh Whiskey and Carlow Brewing Company to form part of the video messaging associated with the rural pub. This project is being delivered as part of a series of projects, under the Town & Village Renewal Scheme, in terms of the development of marketing materials. It is envisaged that the target audience for the video will include: • General Public • Tourism Market • Diaspora & Foreign Networks It is envisaged the video will be utilized by: • Business Associations, members of the tourism industry, tourism organisations, Community Groups and state agencies to highlight the hidden treasures that the County Carlow has to offer. The aim of the videos is to: • Help people become familiar with the depth and breadth of Story Telling in Rural Pubs and their importance as a location for the community • Feel inspired to find out more – clear calls to action will guide the viewer to more detailed information and contacts • Share the video. Video Content The outline content of the video will include: • Inspiring, Magical & Focused Key Message Footage • Closing Credits with Call to Action & Logo’s The video will be approx. 5-8 minutes in duration and the chosen company will be expected to produce 2 versions 1 which is 1-2 minutes in duration and one which is 5-8 minutes in duration. The video style should be in keeping with the ethos of Ireland’s Ancient East.

Type of Contract:
Services

Kerry, Cork and Clare Bridge Rehabilitation – Contract A

Kerry County Council | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
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45221100, 45221110, 45221111, 45221119, 45000000, 45200000, 45210000

Tenders are sought from suitably experienced civil engineering contractors who can demonstrate experience relevant to the bridge rehabilitation and who can mobilise sufficient plant and labour resources. The scheme involves rehabilitation works to 20 bridges on the National Road Network in Counties Kerry, Cork and Clare as listed below. The scope of the Works includes, inter alia,  Traffic management on National Roads in rural and urban areas;  Water management;  Earthworks/excavations, including excavation in the existing carriageway and adjacent to watercourse;  Resurfacing works in extent indicated on the Contract drawings;  Installation of safety barriers;  Construction of in-situ reinforced concrete elements;  Masonry repointing;  Masonry repair/construction;  Site clearance including tree felling and removal of vegetation from structures;  Temporary works to ensure stability of structures.  Removal of existing vegetation on or adjacent to the structure to gain access to the structure;  Dealing with services including electricity, telecommunications, traffic signal equipment, water, waste water; and ancillary works associated with road and bridge works schemes including liaison with landowners affected by the works at each bridge. The bridges included in the Works are: KY-N69-011.30 Palas Bridge KY-N69-021.90 Cuss North Culvert No.2 KY-N70-037 Inny Bridge KY-N70-053 Dereenafoyle Bridge KY-N71-001 McCarthy O'Leary Bridge KY-N72-003 Ballymalis Bridge KY-N72-001 Coolroe South Bridge KY-N72-004 Pallis Bridge KY-N86-005 Enrights Bridge KY-N86-034 Gort na Gcrann Bridge KY-N86-039 Clooncurra Bridge KY-N86-043 Garfinny Bridge CC-N72-033 Downeys Bridge CC-N73-004 Ballynamona Relief Bridge CB-N40-008 Pouladuff Road Bridge CB-N40-009 South Ring West Business Park Culvert CB-N40-019 Sacret Heart Footbridge CL-N67-019 Moy River Bridge CL-N68-005 Liscasey Bridge East CL-N85-009 Cullenagh Bridge All works shall be executed adjacent

Type of Contract:
Works

IT support for the I-SEM Market

Bord Na Mona | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
cpvs
65300000

The Powergen Business manages and operates a portfolio of thermal and renewable assets, with a total install capacity of 360 MW. Namely, Cushaling peaking plant (116MW) and three renewable generating units ; Edenderry Power Plant a hybrid peat/biomass generating unit (118MW), Mountlucas Wind Farm (84 MW) and Bruckana (42 MW) wind farms. Each of the three renewable generators will have an associated Supply company, which acts as an intermediary in the market on their behalf and will also be a self-supply unit. The Powergen Division of Bord na Mona Plc is seeking to procure an off the shelf solution and the complete framework that will allow and support the BnM portfolio of power assets to operate, participate and trade in the I-SEM electricity markets. I-SEM, a new wholesale electricity market on the island of Ireland will represent a considerable change which will take into account all the requirements of the European Network Codes and the Target Model, including a change to four market timeframes. The solution will be required to interact with each of the I-SEM Markets, including: • I-SEM Forwards Market • Day Ahead Market- EPEX ETS System • Intra Day Market (This should include the Interim intraday market and also the transition to the enduring solution) – This should include both intraday auctions and the continuous intraday trading markets. (EPEX ETS and M7 for the continuous Market) • I-SEM Balancing Market • The solution must also provide for settlement of the Reliability Option difference payments. The solution should cover the Integration, implementation, testing and support of the platform.

Type of Contract:
Services

Shannon Chamber Skillnet - Delivery of Management Development Programme

Shannon Chamber of Commerce | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2017
cpvs
80000000

Shannon Chamber is the business representative organisation for the greater Shannon area. It has a membership of 300+ member companies and through them access to a workforce in excess of 10,000. Shannon Chamber set up a new Skillnet training network in 2016 in response to a demand for new areas of training and for training that would be member-driven. The Network is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets, funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education. Shannon Chamber Skillnet caters for the training needs of a mix of sectors, reflective of its membership composition – most notably ICT, engineering, pharmaceuticals, medical devices international and professional services, and aviation. Member companies are a mix of multinationals, SMEs and sole traders. Training is cross-sectoral, demand-led and tailored to members’ specific needs, ensuring that member companies are equipped with leading-edge knowledge and techniques. 1.2 Context In 2016, Shannon Chamber delivered a flagship programme on Leadership aimed at Managing Directors/CEOs/Senior Executives. Based on demand from Skillnet members, we are now seeking to deliver a ‘Management Development’ programme as the flagship offering for 2017. The 'Management Development’ programme should: • Be a unique offering • Enhance front-line, project managers’ and team leaders’ capabilities • Equip them with new skills to take their management responsibilities to a new level. Content to be of a very high standard and lead to a NFQ award at a minimum of Level 6 (or equivalent). The pay-back from this programme should be a comprehensive introduction to management, and an ability to use newly acquired management skills in a real-time environment.

Type of Contract:
Services

Rebranding service to the Central Statistics Office

Central Statistics Office | Published March 16, 2017  -  Deadline April 13, 2017
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79340000, 79341000, 79341100, 79341200, 79341400, 79342000, 79342200, 79820000

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) collects, compiles analyses and disseminates statistical information relating to the economic and social life of the country. It is also responsible for coordinating official statistics produced by other public authorities and for developing the statistical potential of administrative records. This document and accompanying appendices constitute a Request to Tender (RFT) for the contract in question. The contracting authority for this procurement is the CSO. SCOPE Note No draft proofs or visuals of potential logos are required for this Tender submission. The creation of a new CSO Logo is the primary output of the consultative process that the winning tenderer will be responsible for The Central Statistics Office (CSO) is seeking fully costed proposals from Public Relations and Marketing Agencies to develop a new corporate Identity. The requirements are as follows: • Consultation: With Key stakeholders in the CSO. Note primary site visits will take place in the Cork Office of the Central Statistics Office (Skehard Road Cork.) • Development of new Corporate Logo and Identity: Proposals submitted should allow for a minimum of 3 options. • Corporate Identity Guidelines for print and online requirements : To include Corporate Brandmarks, Headline & Bodytext Typefaces, Fonts and Colour Palettes in CYMK –RGB – Pantone –Hex values. • Corporate Stationery: To include Corporate Letterheads, Compliment Slips and Business Card Templates, Email signature, Word and Powerpoint templates. • Website requirements : Note a redesign of the CSO web site is to be undertaken after the new logo and publication guidelines are selected as part of the initial scope. An integrated draft of the proposed new logo as it would appear in the current web home page is required 3 options of updated web home page (Graphics only, HTML not required) • Publication Templates: Standard template options for published reports, information booklets an

Type of Contract:
Services

The Provision of Graduate Development Programmes for Enterprise Ireland

Enterprise Ireland | Published October 3, 2016  -  Deadline October 25, 2016
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80000000, 79410000, 80511000

Enterprise Ireland proposes to engage in a competitive process for the establishment a Single Party framework agreement using the OPEN procedure for the provision of Graduate Development Programmes for Enterprise Ireland staff. Enterprise Ireland runs a two year, Graduate Programme that offers graduates an opportunity to work with Irish enterprises as part of a professional and dynamic team, contributing to our companies’ successes and therefore supporting sustainable economic growth. Graduates work with our client companies to achieve growth and scale. These graduates play a key role in helping Enterprise Ireland to deliver on the vision for Irish business to become a powerhouse of economic growth and job creation. The organisation requires a professional training programme to work in tandem with the on-the-job training and experience by the graduates over the two years of the programme. Enterprise Ireland wants to ensure that these graduates develop and become competent professionals and deliver value to Enterprise Ireland while on this programme Enterprise Ireland is now seeking to source an external provider to provide a professional training programme to the graduates on this programme over the 2 years. The framework agreement will be established on foot of a competition for an initial contract for the provision of a Graduate Development Programme for Enterprise Ireland. This contract will be awarded to the successful tenderer shortly after the formal establishment of the framework agreement. It is anticipated that the proposed contract will commence in November 2016 and continue for a period of one (1) year with an option to extend on an annual basis for a further three (3) years subject to budgetary constraints and satisfactory periodic reviews of supplier performance.

Type of Contract:
Services

Supply and delivery of one Used 4x4 Passenger Jeep or SUV, and one Used 4x4 Commercial Jeep

Westmeath County Council | Published October 24, 2016  -  Deadline November 1, 2016
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34100000, 34113000, 34113200, 34113300, 34114100, 34115200, 34115300, 34130000, 34137000, 34144200

Westmeath County Council requires the supply and delivery of one Used 4x4 Passenger Jeep or SUV, and one Used 4x4 Commercial Jeep as laid out in this tender. Note that the Tenderer may price for one or both of these Jeep types and may submit a number of options for either or both. 1. This contract is a fixed price contract for the supply of one Used 4x4 Passenger Jeep or SUV, and one Used 4x4 Commercial Jeep for Westmeath County Council. 2. The vehicle shall comply with the specifications outlined in Schedule A for the Used 4x4 Passenger Jeep or SUV, and in Schedule B for the Used 4x4 Commercial Jeep, of this tender document. 3. All vehicles must comply with the provisions of the Road Traffic Act 1961, as amended, and with all Statutory Instruments and Regulations made thereunder, and with the provisions of the Statutory Instruments and Regulations made under the European Communities Act 1972 in relation to standards for motor vehicles and their components. 4. The successful tenderer must be able to deliver the vehicle(s) within one week from the date of Purchase Order. 5. The vehicle(s) shall be delivered with a full tank of fuel. 6. The vehicle(s) shall be supplied with a fully charged battery. 7. Delivery of vehicle(s) to: Westmeath County Council, Fire Station, Mullingar Business Park, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. 8. The tenderer must submit not less than six photos of each vehicle showing the four sides and the interior. 9. The vehicle(s) must satisfy Westmeath County Council as to their suitability following a road test, before a contract will be awarded. If a vehicle doesn’t pass this road test, then that vehicle will no longer be considered.

Type of Contract:
Supplies

Provision of Document/Image management systems

An Post | Published August 12, 2016  -  Deadline September 14, 2016
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48300000, 48311000, 48329000, 72212300, 72212311, 72212320

An Post are seeking an enterprise wide solution, initially to replace their current document imaging repository system. This current system (Alchemy) stores in excess of 64M document images comprising approximately 1.5TB of storage. Additionally An Post seek that the solution is sufficiently capable of supporting multiple projects/systems requirements for document storage, retrieval and image data capture processes. Images are stored within the current solution through interfacing with OpenText Teleforms document scanning software, Metastorm BPM software and as uploaded from mobile devices used by postal staff. Images are retrieved from the system via Metastorm BPM software and other custom built applications with multiple users. They key requirements of the solution required are; •Provide equivalent image repository system software capable of efficiently storing & retrieving images with comprehensive features for record management customisable to individual document types •Migrate all images and files from the current platform to the new platform. •Redevelop or replace all interfaces that currently exist with the Alchemy software. These can broadly be categorised as follows o Teleforms Scanning software. o Mobile Scanners o MetaStorm BPM.. o Custom Built Indexing application. • Provide a solution that can apply a new index to previously captured documents, based on business rules that will be defined. • The ability to maintain document versions should be part of any solution • Facilitate An Post compliance with all relevant Data Protection & Financial regulation/legislation through record management. • Provide capability to store and easily retrieve documents captured from additional sources including emails, MFDs, system interfaces, print runs, screen grabs, PC based documents etc. and support features such as intelligent/automatic indexing of documents stored • Provide a full audit trail of all actions completed on all documents an

St Pauls Community College Accessibility Works

Waterford and Wexford Education and Training Board | Published August 15, 2016  -  Deadline September 5, 2016
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St Pauls Community College Accessibility Works in accordance with the Department of Education & Skills’ Technical Guidance Documents. Works including as stated in the attached documents bathroom renovations, installation of automated doors, car park and external surface works/ ramps and associated builders works. Works proposed to be undertaken around and including mid-term 31 Oct to 04 Sept 2016. Project is subject to the availability of funding. The Funding agency, the Department of Education & Skills is subject to the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act. If a candidate considers that any of the information supplied in response to this notice is either commercially sensitive or confidential, this should be highlighted and reasons for its sensitivity given. The relevant material will, in response to a request under the Act, be examined in the light of exemptions provided for in the Act. Child Protection must be taken into consideration as the works are to be done in a school environment. The DoES Suitability Declaration for Small Works is available at www.education.ie under School Design > Procedures and Cost Plans > Design Team Procedures and must be signed and submitted with tenders. Tenderers are required to read the DoES Suitability Declaration for Small Works carefully and to make sure that they meet the minimum standards stated therein. Tenderers who do not meet those requirements should not submit a tender as they will be excluded at award stage. All Tenderers are liable for their own costs of tendering. All queries should be submitted via eTenders website only. Site visits can be arranged by emailing via the eTenders website only. Tenders should be marked Private and Confidential St Pauls Electrical tender and sent to WWETB, Ardcavan Business Park, Ardcavan, Wexford

The supply of a technical service in Post-Award Grant Management to the Health Research Board for a twelve month period (1)

The Health Research Board | Published June 23, 2016  -  Deadline July 4, 2016
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79620000

The managed service PO will report to the Programme Manager: Infrastructure, Networks & Interventions in the Post-Award and Evaluation team. The Programme Manager oversees and ensures delivery of all aspects of Post-Award management, monitoring and evaluation of active HRB Networks (CTNs, ICORG, TMRN, CRCI, IPPOSI. This portfolio will be expanding to include the post-award management, monitoring and evaluation of a number of other Centres/Infrastructure (three CRFs, and CICER) during 2016/2017. Management activities include: - Contract Variations process - Periodic and Annual reporting including on-site and off-site meetings with PIs/research teams - Award Payments - Adherence to FOI, Archiving and RSF input to Audit Evaluation and monitoring activities include; - Interim Review Translational Award in Q4 2016 - Renewal review of the TMRN and CRCI in 2017 - Preparation for Interim Review CTNs (X4) in 2018 - Preparation for ICORG renewal reviews in 2018. - Preparation for IPPOSI & MRCG interim reviews in 2018 - Renewal review of the CRFs (X3) in 2017 in collaboration with pre-award - Contribution to the development and implementation of the HRB Evaluation Strategy - Commissioning of a review of the clinical research environment in Ireland GEMS/other Evaluation activities associated with this portfolio include: - Development of Post Award functionality of GEMS (to include variations and annual reporting) - Work with a Business Analyst in Q3 2016 to identify and roll out an Evaluation Metrics collection solution to replace the existing, inefficient systems (Outcomes Tracker and SurveyMonkey) The Programme Manager: Infrastructure, Networks & Interventions is also responsible for the design, development, launch, peer review/panel meeting, board approval, contract negotiation and ultimately management of a new Definitive Interventions and Feasibility Award (DIFA.) Final funding decision is planned for February 2017

Provision of Academic Personal Assistant Services

Institute of Technology Tallaght | Published June 27, 2016  -  Deadline July 13, 2016
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80000000, 85000000, 98000000

The Institute of Technology Tallaght invites tenders for the provision of Personal Assistants Services. Background Institute of Technology Tallaght is located in west Dublin, Ireland. The Institute offers courses at various levels up to and including PhD and in a range of disciplines provided for by the schools of Engineering, Science & Computing and Business & Humanities. The Institute is committed to providing teaching and training to a high standard of academic excellence and generating graduates with the best possible skills and tools for entering the job market. The use of Personal Assistants (hereafter known as PAs) may be recommended by the DSS for an eligible student vis-à-vis the needs-assessment procedure that forms part of the student’s registration with the DSS. This PA should not serve as a replacement for any externally provided service (e.g. Home Help, HSE PA, etc.) Students who have the following disabilities may be assigned a PA: • Students with significant physical/mobility disabilities, who are unable, by reason of their disability, to attend or participate in scheduled lectures, tutorials or labs without assistance. • Students with significant visual disabilities, who are unable, by reason of their disability, to attend or participate in scheduled lectures, tutorials or labs without assistance. • Other students may be assessed, on a case-by-case basis, based on extreme and/or mitigating circumstances. Scope of Requirements Specification for the Personal Assistants Service for the Disability Office at ITT Dublin All tenderers will be required to provide services for co-ordination of Personal Assistants on behalf of students registered with the Disability Office, to include: • Induction/Disability Awareness training • Personal Care Training • Manual Handling training including Hoist training • Communication skills

Oracle JD Edwards ERP Services Delivery

Cork City Council | Published March 30, 2016  -  Deadline April 25, 2016
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72212451

Delivery of Oracle JD Edwards ERP Services to include the following, but PLEASE READ uploaded RFT for full information:- • Technical/CNC Support skills across Oracle JD Edwards Enterprise One 9.02 including o Multi-tiered environment support. o Experience with Oracle Red Stack deployment (database/enterprise server). o Experience with Oracle Database and Weblogic on Windows platfrorm. o Experience with Oracle BI Publisher and Discoverer. o Experience of data migration/ upgrades between database platforms. o Performance analysis, tuning and management. o Technical support of existing modules and experience in deployment of new modules. o Knowledge transfer to Council IS Staff. o Liasion with our Oracle Database Administration service provider when required. o Experience in Design and Implementation of high availablility plans for the JDE Environment. • Development Skills in JDE E1 Development Environment o ERW/FRW development including Systems/Business Functions. o Experience of development of interfaces to and from JDE modules such as AP, AR, SOP, POP and Expense Module. o Experience in use of structured development methodologies. o Provision of Oracle BI Publisher/Developer training to Council Staff and developments. • Application Skills including training/knowledge transfer o Significant experience in the following existing JDE modules  Address Book  Accounts Payable  Accounts Receivable  Fixed Assets  General Ledger (including Bank Reconciliation)  Sales Order Processing  Purchase Order Processing  Inventory Management  Job Costing  Product Catalogue  Expense Management  Real Estate Management o Experience in the introduction of new modules/functionality including  Finance and Compliance Console.  E-invoicing.  Experience in configuration and implementation of the RE module and its integration with the core financial module of JDE.

Preparation of urban renewal development plan for the Templeshannon area of Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford

Wexford County Council | Published May 20, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
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71000000, 71200000, 71210000, 71220000, 71221000, 71222000, 71223000, 71240000, 71250000, 71251000, 71400000, 71420000, 71410000, 90712100

Wexford County Council, wishes to invite interested parties/consultants to submit a tender to prepare an urban renewal development plan for the Templeshannon area of Enniscorthy. Key areas of the Plan should include: • Mission Statement; Goals and Objectives. • Audit and assessment of current local infrastructure, economy and community. • Commentary on the existing buildings and facilities in Templeshannon. • Assessment of current retail and other development trends and identification of potential opportunities for the Templeshannon area. • In developing the plan, the successful bidder will be required to carry out consultation with the local business community on issues of importance and potential development opportunities that will improve the area. • To carry out consultations with Utilities and Statutory Authorities including Irish Rail. • From the above, identify and recommend specific key capital projects to bring about a step-change for the Templeshannon area in terms of urban renewal and to meet the stated vision of the plan. • Produce outline sketches/scheme designs for each capital project identified. • Assess the archaeological and historical context of the Templeshannon area and consider these aspects in the development of the plan.. • It is expected that the plan will include, but not be limited to, the following areas: o Archaeological Heritage and Historical Heritage o Public Realm infrastructure o Utilities infrastructure o Public Lighting Improvements o Roads, Transport and Traffic Management o Parking Provision o Built Heritage Development o Urban Enterprise Development o Tourism Development o Interface with the Flood Defence Scheme and New River Crossing • Proposals should take into account the impacts of the Enniscorthy Flood Defence Scheme for the Templeshannon area as outlined in the EIS. • Based on the above capital projects, to provide o Itemised costs for each project ident

Provision of Courseware and Resources to support the delivery of Online Training

Solas | Published August 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 30, 2016
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48190000, 72212190, 80000000, 80300000, 80500000

The object of the contract is to provide a suitable range of resources and instruments to our online learners to enable them to achieve certification in a range of subject areas. Individual contracts may be awarded per subject area or for multiple subject areas. Due to the evolving technology developments, that affect the design of online resources and systems, SOLAS eCollege will engage in a competitive dialogue procedure to progressively reduce the number of candidates to finally issue Invitations to selected candidates to submit tenders for their proposed solution. SOLAS eCollege (www.eCollege.ie) provides online training courses to unemployed clients to enable them to update their skills and gain the competencies and certification required to re-enter the workforce. These courses are also available to employed clients on a fee basis. Online courses are delivered through Moodle (www.moodle.org ) populated with content and resources (SCORM and AICC Learning objects, podcasts, video, eBooks, quizzes etc. virtual labs) and supported by an eTutor service. Courses currently available are grouped under the following broad headings: Business Admin & Management Health, Family, other Social Services Agriculture, Horticulture and Mariculture Information Technology Animal Science Manufacturing Art, Craft and Media Natural Resources Built Environment Sales & Marketing Financial Services Sampling Skills Food and Beverage Science and Technology General Learning (including Literacy, Numeracy and ICT skills) Tourism Hairdressing, Beauty and Complementary Therapies Transport, Distribution & Logistics Tenders are requested from companies or organisations that can provide such courseware and resources that can support delivery of these online courses and can also be used in Blended and Face to Face classroom instruction. At tender stage tenderers must demonstrate the range of content and resources available and show compatibility with moodle

The supply of a technical service in Post-Award Grant Management to the Health Research Board for a twelve month period

The Health Research Board | Published June 22, 2016  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
cpvs
79620000

The managed service PO will report to the Programme Manager: Infrastructure, Networks & Interventions in the Post-Award and Evaluation team. The Programme Manager oversees and ensures delivery of all aspects of Post-Award management, monitoring and evaluation of active HRB Networks (CTNs, ICORG, TMRN, CRCI, IPPOSI. This portfolio will be expanding to include the post-award management, monitoring and evaluation of a number of other Centres/Infrastructure (three CRFs, and CICER) during 2016/2017. Management activities include: - Contract Variations process - Periodic and Annual reporting including on-site and off-site meetings with PIs/research teams - Award Payments - Adherence to FOI, Archiving and RSF input to Audit Evaluation and monitoring activities include; - Interim Review Translational Award in Q4 2016 - Renewal review of the TMRN and CRCI in 2017 - Preparation for Interim Review CTNs (X4) in 2018 - Preparation for ICORG renewal reviews in 2018. - Preparation for IPPOSI & MRCG interim reviews in 2018 - Renewal review of the CRFs (X3) in 2017 in collaboration with pre-award - Contribution to the development and implementation of the HRB Evaluation Strategy - Commissioning of a review of the clinical research environment in Ireland GEMS/other Evaluation activities associated with this portfolio include: - Development of Post Award functionality of GEMS (to include variations and annual reporting) - Work with a Business Analyst in Q3 2016 to identify and roll out an Evaluation Metrics collection solution to replace the existing, inefficient systems (Outcomes Tracker and SurveyMonkey) The Programme Manager: Infrastructure, Networks & Interventions is also responsible for the design, development, launch, peer review/panel meeting, board approval, contract negotiation and ultimately management of a new Definitive Interventions and Feasibility Award (DIFA.) Final funding decision is planned for February 2017

2016 Cork Training Centre - Mechanical Maintenance Services

Cork Education and Training Board | Published April 5, 2016  -  Deadline May 20, 2016
cpvs
45331000, 45331100

The Mechanical Maintenance Service contract is required to provide a full maintenance service and will cover all aspects of Mechanical maintenance as defined herein. 2.10.1 The provision of the required services is to be based on a 51 week provision for all sites. 2.10.2 The Training Centre expects the successful Contractor to provide performance monitoring information that proves its delivery of a high quality service. 2.10.3 The Contractor will be expected to work in partnership with the Training Centre to seek improvements that will bring continuous improvement in the quality of service provided and overall value for money. 2.11 The service provider shall be responsible for: 2.11.1 Adhering to Cork Training Centres operational, hygiene regulations, safety / health and security standards. 2.11.2 Electrical appliances and ancillary equipment operational compliance with all Hygiene, Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act regulations, with specific emphasis on the selection, use and maintenance of such equipment as follows: - Mobile elevators / towers and generators etc. - Hand tools (portable or otherwise). - Voltage rating. - Cabling (Extension leads etc.) - Guarding and protective coverings. - Emergency stops etc. - Gas / water isolation values etc. 2.11.3 The Service Provider’s employees shall at all times ensure that a business like relationship is upheld with CTC personnel and various other contractors on site. 2.11.4 The Service Provider shall identify / establish and be familiar with the exact location of the work area and services, with specific emphasis on the following: - Fire fighting appliances and the correct use of such appliances. - Emergency / Evacuation procedures - First Aid boxes - First Aid room - Medical Assistance Procedure - Familiarisation with client facility layout / security instructions.

PIN for Provision of Statutory Rating Valuation Services

Valuation Office | Published January 8, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
cpvs
71315300, 71315400, 71353200, 71355000, 72224100, 72225000, 79421000

The Valuation Office is the State Valuation property organisation in Ireland. The core business of the Office is the provision of accurate, up-to-date statutory valuations of commercial and industrial properties for rating purposes. Full details of the role and function are available at www.valoff.ie. A national revaluation programme is currently underway and the early completion of that programme is a priority for the Office. Accordingly the Valuation Office has been considering a number of initiatives which would accelerate the programme. One of these is the use of external resources to compliment the Office’s own internal capacity, through the external service delivery of elements of the valuation function, where appropriate. The purpose of this PIN is to indicate that, the Valuation Office intends as a pilot project to engage a contractor to conduct the revaluation of two rating authority areas involving approximately 6,000 cases, through all necessary stages of the statutory revaluation process including without prejudice, initial assessment of valuation, issue of proposed valuation certificates, consideration of representations from ratepayers, issuing final valuation certificates and dealing with appeals to the Independent Valuation Tribunal. Subject to a statutory Consultation process which is now under way it is provisionally intended to undertake the Project in the Carlow and Kilkenny Rating Authority areas. Reporting to a project board in the Valuation Office, it is envisaged that the contractor would be responsible for the project management, quality assurance and delivery of the contracted services. This PIN is for information only. It is not a call for tenders, nor is it a commitment to proceed with a procurement. It is intended that a call for tenders will be issued in due course.

Supply of health and safety software solution for Coillte

Coillte Teoranta | Published January 28, 2016  -  Deadline November 21, 2014
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Coillte is seeking to source a comprehensive, integrated health and safety management software solution which will effectively manage health & safety, risk and compliance obligations in a more effective and efficient manner. It should be accessible over the internet and have the ability to provide access to detailed system records and detailed reports on specific topics. To access tender documentation for this competition please log on to www.coillte.ie and click on the link to Coilltes' Supplier Management System (SMS) on the right hand side of the site, or click on the link below https://www.proactisplaza.com/SupplierPortal/?CID=coillte • For suppliers already registered on the system use your username and password to login. Then follow the steps below to access the competition: • New suppliers must firstly register on the system by clicking on the "register now" section in the bottom left of page of the screen. Once registration is complete log in and follow the steps below to access the competition: Steps to create a response to competition Click on; o "Opportunities” on the left hand side of the screen o “Action” magnifying glass next to the Coillte competition of interest o “Register interest” on the left hand side of the screen o “Requests from Buyers” o “Action” magnifying glass next to the Coillte competition of interest o “create a response” Any issue with registering or for system queries please contact smssupport@coillte.ie or Tel : 012011171 For tender specific queries please utilise the Dialogue tab within SMS to contact Ronan Gordon, the Procurement Category Manager, who will endeavour to respond promptly. This contract has been awarded to BCD Safety & Business Support Ltd.

Data Centre Migration

Iarnrod Eireann-Irish Rail | Published January 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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CIE seeks to engage a single IT Managed Service Provider for the delivery of a suite of SLA-governed Data Hosting and IT Managed Services (to ITIL standard) from modern data centre facilities (to TIA-942 Tier3 or equivalent standard). For business operational reasons the data centre locations for CIE principal processing and disaster recovery sites should be accessible within 2 hours from Dublin. A detailed scope of services is set out in the attached PQQ document. The Service Provider may use sub-contractors, as appropriate, to ensure that appropriate services are provided across all the required service areas while still complying with the principle that the service provider assumes sole responsibility for all service delivery. In addition the Service Provider will be responsible for delivery of IT infrastructure projects during the term of the contract. The Contract the subject of this competition is a contract for five years with an option to extend by up to 24 months and for an additional 24 months up to a maximum of 48 months at CIE’s discretion, subject to the terms and conditions of the Contract. CIE will use the negotiated procedure to conduct this tender process, further details of the procurement process can be reviewed in the attached PQQ document. The PQQ is available to download on www.etenders.gov.ie. Registration on this site is free of charge and, once registered, users can locate the relevant notice, express interest and access the associated PQQ document. CIÉ will not be responsible for any costs incurred whatsoever by any person or body participating in the PQQ or Tender stages of this procurement process.

Administration of the Simon Cumbers Media Challenge Fund 2015-2017

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade/An Roinn Gnóthaí Eachtracha agus Trádála | Published January 18, 2016  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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1.1 Background Irish Aid manages the Irish Government’s programme of assistance to developing countries. The Irish Aid programme is focused on reducing poverty, inequality and exclusion in developing countries. Its geographic focus is sub-Saharan Africa. 1.2 The Simon Cumbers Media Challenge Fund promotes more and better quality coverage of development issues in the Irish media through the management and administration of a grants scheme to promote a greater understanding of development issues and the work of Irish Aid. It was established by Irish Aid in 2005 in memory of the late Irish journalist and cameraman, Simon Cumbers. 1.3 The Fund is intended to facilitate and encourage increased coverage of global development issues and the work of Irish Aid via either print, broadcast or news media. In 2014, for example, the Fund supported 37 pieces of journalism on overseas development. 1.4 The themes cover global development issues and reflect Irish Aid priorities and the partner countries in which we work. Irish Aid’s overarching goal is the eradication of hunger and poverty. The successful applicant will work with The Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade on an ongoing basis to identify priority issues for coverage. 1.5 Examples of other relevant themes are: migration, education, health, gender, sustainable development, innovation, business, and entrepreneurship, conflict as a factor in development, international trade, agriculture and rural development, democracy, HIV and AIDS and the role of aid and others. Decisions on awards are made in two annual grants rounds in June and December of each year. There is a dedicated Student Scheme which funds students in order to foster an awareness of development issues in the next generation of media professional.