The Business Information Centre (BIC) requires access to an ‘off-the-shelf’ interactive online business information resource which shall enable Invest NI staff and customers to research consumer product launches over a time period of at least 3 years. It must cover at least 50 countries, and the following sectors: food and drink, healthcare, household goods, personal care and pet-care.
Invest NI – Business Information Centre (BIC) requires access to an ‘off-the-shelf’ interactive online business information resource which shall enable Invest NI staff and customers to identify companies throughout Europe, and provide them with data about the company’s structure, activities, and financial status. Limited access to worldwide company records shall also be required under the scope of this contract.
Pre Market Engagement for Provision of ICT Services The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) is currently preparing to initiate a procurement process to establish contractual arrangements for the Provision of ICT Services to assist in the delivery of digitally enabled business transformation programme. These services include application development, delivery support, business intelligence, testing, GIS and data management. The external resource will assist the Department in scoping, designing, delivering and supporting a number of critical line of business software solutions. You can access the Pre Market Engagement Questionnaire in the CfT documents via the CfT Menu.
Invest NI — Business Information Centre. BIC. requires access to an ‘off-the-shelf’ interactive online business information resource which shall enable Invest NI staff and customers to identify companies throughout Europe, and provide them with data about the company's structure, activities, and financial status. Limited access to worldwide company records shall also be required under the scope of this contract.
The IT Future Managed Services Project (IT Futures Project) will review the strategic way forward for the Housing Executive managed ICT services in the context of ongoing Housing Executive business change programme, Social Housing Reform Programme (SHRP), Welfare Reform implementation programme and other key business drivers. The project will procure new managed ICT service contractual arrangements to achieve a smooth transition of ICT assets and managed services to new contract(s) by the end of September 2018 in line with the existing strategic ICT partnership contract exit plan timetable. The IT Futures project will also consider potential options to address some of the Housing Executive managed ICT service requirements through Government Frameworks/Shared Services where appropriate. The Housing Executive requires ICT consultancy for expert advisory services and support to the IT Futures project (the Assignment) as detailed in the Specification of Requirements.
A study recommended extending an existing culvert and infilling a ravine to remediate bank slips along the banks of the Forth River within Forth River Business Park, Springfield Road, Belfast. The Contract is for the provision of the design and construction of the culvert extension. The works are anticipated to include: - Installation of approximately 200 linear metres of 3.0m diameter pipe-work within an 11m deep ravine. - Construction of 2Nr. in-situ reinforced concrete manholes within an 11m deep ravine. - Construction of an in-situ reinforced concrete inlet structure, metalwork grille and anti-erosion measures within an 11m deep ravine. - Demolition of existing inlet structure and connection to downstream culvert. - Earthworks to include infilling of the existing ravine along the length of the new culvert. - Management of the existing river flows, silt mitigation and pollution prevention throughout the works. - Construction of an access road to facilitate Rivers Agency maintenance staff. All construction should be in accordance with the Civil Engineering Specification for the Water Industry, 7th Edition. The main design requirements are for the reinforced concrete manhole chambers, inlet structure, pipe structure and foundation. Design works will require liaison with the Project Manager and Rivers Agency to obtain Schedule 6 consent. All design work will be in accordance with relevant Eurocode, British Standards and Best Practice. It will also be necessary for all design and construction to comply with all conditions set out in the planning approvals. Design work is anticipated to commence in February 2017 with site works commencing in April 2017 and completed by July 2017. See MOI Part B for further Information