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National Heritage Memorial Fund | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
cpvs
79000000

Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice.

Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors.

We are seeking to recruit up to 50 individuals who can work across the UK.

Their experience should cover the following:

— Governance — Includes strategic organisational change; environmental sustainability (non-capital elements e.g. new policy on greening),

— Financial planning and management — Includes business planning; investment readiness (social investment),

— Asset transfer — Includes Community businesses,

— Income generation — Includes fundraising from private sources; Marketing and PR; Trading and Licensing; Catering and venue hire.

Context

In order to provide maximum flexibility we intend to procure specialists, entitled Consultants, who must be available to assist in projects across the whole of the UK.

Consultants may be deployed across all of the key steps of our grant development, assessment and monitoring phases as noted below:

— Development,

— First and/or second round application,

— Delivery,

— Post completion evaluation and review.

Roles.

The Consultants role on any individual case will be defined at the time of commissioning and will involve one or more of the following functions.

A)Mentoring Projects:

— Facilitating grantees to identify and remove blockages to the development and/or delivery of their project.

— Using specialist knowledge and experience to support grantees to help develop and deliver their project's vision.

— Supporting grantees to undertake learning and development opportunities relevant to their project's objectives.

B) Monitoring Projects:

— Undertaking risk assessment (building on HLF analysis) and developing an agreed risk monitoring plan. Providing mentoring support to reduce risk(s) in accordance with risk monitoring plan.

— Ensuring compliance with HLF requirements and reporting on progress against the project plan and project budget.

— Providing expert advice on project management arrangements, procurement and cost and programme plans to support HLF decision making.

— Evaluating projects and their impact on people, communities and heritage.

C) Providing Expert Advice:

—Supporting HLF's decision making process by commenting on aspects of a project application relevant to the Consultant's area of expertise.

D) Projects that have completed but are still in contract may require further consultancy support in line with one of the three roles above.

Business Development and Management Consultancy specialist expertise and skills — As described in II.1.4 of this notice.

Mentoring expertise and skills.

In addition to the specialist expertise described earlier, all Consultants must demonstrate skills and experience in Mentoring, namely the ability to:

— Use observing, listening and questions to understand the applicant/grantee's situation and facilitate their thought processes.

— Facilitate those involved with the project to identify solutions and actions.

— Support the project to achieve its aims and high quality work.

— Support the project to set goals and agree methods of measuring progress towards them.

— Help the project to develop the competencies needed to take the project forward without developing a dependency on the Consultant.

— Support the project to meet deadlines.

— Support the project to adopt best practice or fitness for purpose.

— Encourage a commitment to action and the development of lasting organisational growth and change.

Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd | Published April 11, 2017
cpvs
79000000, 79400000

The purpose of the pre-procurement market engagement event is to gather market intelligence from organisations that can deliver creative design and campaign management services to support Network Rail's strategic, tactical and digital marketing requirements, and to seek feedback on how best to structure the Framework, tender and potential call-offs to meet both the market's capability and Network Rail's requirements. This is an opportunity for suppliers to feedback to Network Rail in an open forum and therefore Supplier participation is a key element. Network Rail will be holding a pre-procurement market engagement webinar on the 26.4.2017 (split into 2 or more sessions) with suppliers who express an interest in response to this PIN.

Please follow this for further instructions: https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/esop/guest/go/opportunity/detail?opportunityId=31432

To provide Network Rail with a range of marketing services, covering strategic and tactical requirements. We anticipate this framework agreement may be a lot structure. We intend to use market engagement to inform the strategy.

Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

Quadrant Construction Services Ltd | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
cpvs
79000000

Quadrant Construction was formed in 2010 to add an in-house construction practice to London and Quadrant's operation.

The services now being sought are for the supply of Construction Contingent Workers/Operatives.

The initial term of the contract is Three years with option to extend as follows at the absolute discretion of QCS: up to 1 extension of 3 years each giving a total potential term of 6 years.

QCS now wishes to establish more robust and comprehensive arrangements that better reflect its requirements and represent better value for money.

This will be achieved through:

— A Restricted Procedure, leading to the establishment of an OJEU compliant Framework.

Please take your time to carefully review all documents and submit tender following provided instructions.

Quadrant Construction was formed in 2010 to add an in-house construction practice to London and Quadrant's operation.

The services now being sought are for the supply of Construction Contingent Workers/Operatives.

QCS now wishes to establish more robust and comprehensive arrangements that better reflect its requirements and represent better value for money.

This will be achieved through:

— A Restricted Procedure, leading to the establishment of an OJEU compliant Framework.

The major requirements to be covered by the new arrangements are:

— The prompt and reliable service of contingent workers to QCS

Please take your time to carefully review all documents and submit tender following provided instructions.

SBRI (Small Business Research Initiative) Innovative Non-Domestic Demand-Side Response Competition

Business Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published March 22, 2017  -  Deadline May 18, 2017
cpvs
71314000

The aim of the Innovative Non-Domestic DSR Competition is to identify, build, test and disseminate learning from innovative approaches to demand side response (DSR) in operational (real-life), non-domestic applications. By supporting innovative pilots to help demonstrate and communicate the benefits of DSR, this Competition seeks to address the challenges of take-up of DSR. Competition Process - A two-stage Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) pre-commercial procurement process will be used to deliver this Competition: • Phase 1, Feasibility studies (total budget of up to £600k; up to £30k contract for each study): project teams will carry out feasibility studies which will identify the potential for DSR in a specific organisation and will set out detailed project plans for testing the proposed demand flexibility and methods for disseminating information about the DSR solution. • Phase 2, DSR demonstration and dissemination (total budget of up to £7.0m; up to £1.0m contract for each demonstration project): selected project teams will be funded to enable the proposed DSR solution to be implemented and tested. A key requirement from the demonstration phase is that, once successfully implemented, the DSR solution and learning must be disseminated widely, including to organisations with similar opportunities for implementing demand flexibility, to help promote further DSR deployment. Successful project teams for this Competition are likely to include: an organisation with the potential controllable electricity load (this could be a business or a public sector organisation); an aggregator or electricity supplier; technology supplier(s) who can implement the DSR solution; and an organisation who can lead the dissemination and knowledge transfer activity (this could be an existing member of the team or a new partner dedicated to this activity).

Department of Health & Business Services Authority - Future Operating Model for NHS Transactional Services

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH | Published March 27, 2017
cpvs
66000000

Further to the PIN published by the Department of Health ("DH") and the NHS Business Services Authority ("NHSBSA") in the Official Journal of the European Union 2015/S 213-389103 on the 30th October 2015. The DH and the NHSBSA would like to advise all interested parties that the first of four market engagement event (s) is scheduled to take place on 26th May 2017, at Quarry House, Quarry Hill, Leeds, LS2 7UA. Coffee and registration will commence from 09:30 in Room 2E01. The main event will start @ 10:00 - 12:30. This event is specifically designed to present to the market the proposed Transactional Service requirements for the Future Operating Model, which are likely to consist of but not limited to: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable , Sales, General Ledger, Management Accounting, Investment, Performance and Vat Management and other associated Banking and Transmission Services, with a view to ascertaining market interest for a potential three (3) year term contract with two one year extension options, tied to performance outcomes. The prospective contract would be with a single provider based on an open book plus management fee basis. The market engagement event will be in the form of presentations by DH explaining the FOM, Transactional Service requirements, procurement process, contract and proposed payment and performance model. It will also provide an opportunity for attendees to feedback to the DH both on the day and through follow up individual Supplier 1:1 engagement sessions. To register for this market engagement event please email transactionalservices@dh.gsi.gov.uk by 17:00 on or before the 12th May 2017. Places will be restricted to two attendees per Supplier at this initial meeting.

National Heritage Memorial Fund - Register of Support Services 2018 to 2022 - Business Development and Management Consultancy Services

National Heritage Memorial Fund | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
cpvs
79000000

Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice. Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors. We are seeking to recruit up to 50 individuals who can work across the UK. Their experience should cover the following: •Governance - Includes strategic organisational change; environmental sustainability (non-capital elements e.g. new policy on greening) •Financial planning and management - Includes business planning; investment readiness (social investment) •Asset transfer - Includes Community businesses •Income generation - Includes fundraising from private sources; Marketing and PR; Trading and Licensing; Catering and venue hire

National Heritage Memorial Fund - Register of Services - Business Developmt & Managemt Consultancy

Heritage Lottery Fund | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline June 12, 2017
cpvs

In order to provide maximum flexibility we intend to procure specialists, entitled Consultants, who must be available to assist in projects across the whole of the UK. Consultants may be deployed across all of the key steps of our grant development, assessment and monitoring phases as noted below: •Development •First and/or second round application •Delivery •Post completion evaluation and review Roles The Consultants role on any individual case will be defined at the time of commissioning and will involve one or more of the following functions A)Mentoring Projects : •Facilitating grantees to identify and remove blockages to the development and/or delivery of their project. •Using specialist knowledge and experience to support grantees to help develop and deliver their project’s vision •Supporting grantees to undertake learning and development opportunities relevant to their project’s objectives B)Monitoring Projects: •Undertaking risk assessment (building on HLF analysis) and developing an agreed risk monitoring plan. Providing mentoring support to reduce risk(s) in accordance with risk monitoring plan •Ensuring compliance with HLF requirements and reporting on progress against the project plan and project budget •Providing expert advice on project management arrangements, procurement and cost and programme plans to support HLF decision making • Evaluating projects and their impact on people, communities and heritage C)Providing Expert Advice: •Supporting HLF’s decision making process by commenting on aspects of a project application relevant to the Consultant’s area of expertise. D)Projects that have completed but are still in contract may require further consultancy support in line with one of the three roles above. Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice. Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors. We are seeking to recruit up to 50 individuals who can work across the UK. Their experience should cover the following: •Governance - Includes strategic organisational change; environmental sustainability (non-capital elements e.g. new policy on greening) •Financial planning and management - Includes business planning; investment readiness (social investment) •Asset transfer - Includes Community businesses •Income generation - Includes fundraising from private sources; Marketing and PR; Trading and Licensing; Catering and venue hire. Mentoring expertise and skills In addition to the specialist expertise described earlier, all Consultants must demonstrate skills and experience in Mentoring, namely the ability to: •Use observing, listening and questions to understand the applicant/grantee’s situation and facilitate their thought processes •Facilitate those involved with the project to identify solutions and actions •Support the project to achieve its aims and high quality work •Support the project to set goals and agree methods of measuring progress towards them •Help the project to develop the competencies needed to take the project forward without developing a dependency on the Consultant •Support the project to meet deadlines •Support the project to adopt best practice or fitness for purpose •Encourage a commitment to action and the development of lasting organisational growth and change.

Insurance services

Origin Housing Ltd | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline June 9, 2017
cpvs
66510000, 66513100, 66513200, 66515000, 66515100, 66515200, 66515410, 66516000, 66516400, 66516500, 66517300, 66518000, 66519500, 66514110, 66516100, 71630000, 71631000, 71631100

Insurance and related services for Property, Legal Liability and other general non-life insurable risks, as required by Origin Housing Ltd.

A programme of General Insurance and related services for Origin Housing Ltd, excluding Motor Fleet risks and Engineering Insurance/Inspection contract. The programme will require Insurance and related services for risks that may include but not be limited to: property damage and business interruption, Employers, Public, Products and Property Owners liability, Business Combined/Office, Money, All Risks, Computer, Contract Works, Group Personal Accident, Professional Indemnity, Fidelity Guarantee/Crime, Employment Practices Liability, Cyber and Terrorism.

Insurance and related services for Motor Vehicle risks (possibly including Motor Legal Expenses and Occasional Business use extensions).

Engineering Inspection contract for items of lifting plant, pressure plant, playgrounds and the like, all owned or managed by Origin Housing Ltd.

Bailiff services

Westminster City Council | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
cpvs
75242110

Debt Management Enforcement Concession Contracts

Lot 1 — Revenues and Benefits -Council Tax, National Non Domestic (NNDR) and Business Improvement District Levys' Enforcement Agent Service:

Enforcement Agent Recovery action on the following debt types:

— Council Tax Debt;

— National Non Domestic Rate Debt;

— Business Improvement District Levy Debt;

— Sundry Debt including Housing Benefit Overpayment Debt.

Lot 1 concession contracts to be awarded to 3 most economically advantageous tenders (First placed 75 % of work, Second 25 %, Third reserve provider)

Lot 2 — Parking Enforcement:

Debt Recovery action on the following debt types:

— Pre and Post warrant PCN recovery and tracing services;

— Expired warrant recovery and alternative prosecution possibilities;

— Scottish and Foreign debt recovery;

— 3rd party referral prior to write off of pre and post warrant debt;

— Abandoned, and untaxed vehicle removal.

Lot 2 concession contract awarded to most economically advantageous tender.

Debt Management Enforcement Concession Contracts

Lot 1 — Revenues and Benefits -Council Tax, National Non Domestic (NNDR) and Business Improvement District Levys' Enforcement Agent Service:

Enforcement Agent Recovery action on the following debt types:

— Council Tax Debt;

— National Non Domestic Rate Debt;

— Business Improvement District Levy Debt;

— Sundry Debt including Housing Benefit Overpayment Debt;

Lot 1 concession contracts to be awarded to 3 most economically advantageous tenders (First placed 75 % of work, Second 25 %, Third reserve provider).

Lot 2 — Parking Enforcement:

Debt Recovery action on the following debt types;

— Pre and Post warrant PCN recovery and tracing services;

— Expired warrant recovery and alternative prosecution possibilities;

— Scottish and Foreign debt recovery;

— 3rd party referral prior to write off of pre and post warrant debt;

— Abandoned, and untaxed vehicle removal.

DR4804 Action for New Enterprise.

London Borough of Tower Hamlets | Published April 8, 2017
cpvs
80000000

Contract Award for the delivery of a range of enterprise support services to individual prospective entrepreneurs and third sector organisations which will include: Structured course(s), support for individual client requirements and follow up sessions after a business has commenced. The objective of the new entrepreneur training initiative is to encourage and train residents and organisations in Tower Hamlets to create and develop enterprises. ‘Enterprises’ here can mean any type of entrepreneurial activity, by an individual, a group of individuals or an existing organisation which has not previously traded (for example, a third sector organisation). The overall aim of the Action for New Enterprise project is to create an opportunity for people and organisations in Tower Hamlets to develop an entrepreneurial capacity which will lead them to business success. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 212 348.00 GBP II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 79400000 79990000 72221000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKI12 II.2.4) Description of the procurement Contract Award for the delivery of a range of enterprise support services to individual prospective entrepreneurs and third sector organisations which will include: Structured course(s), support for individual client requirements and follow up sessions after a business has commenced. The objective of the new entrepreneur training initiative is to encourage and train residents and organisations in Tower Hamlets to create and develop enterprises. ‘Enterprises’ here can mean any type of entrepreneurial activity, by an individual, a group of individuals or an existing organisation which has not previously traded (for example, a third sector organisation). The overall aim of the Action for New Enterprise project is to create an opportunity for people and organisations in Tower Hamlets to develop an entrepreneurial capacity which will lead them to business success. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 100 Price / Weighting: 0 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 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.2.1) Previous publication concerning this procedure Notice number in the OJ S: 2016/S 090-161696 Section V: Award of contract Contract No: DR4804 Action for New Enterprise A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 23/08/2016 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 12 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 12 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor East London Small Business Centre 88-94 Wentworth Street London E1 7SA UK NUTS: UKI12 The contractor is an SME: No V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Total value of the contract/lot: 212 348.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body London Borough of Tower Hamlets Mulberry Place, 5 Clove Crescent London E14 2BG UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 06/04/2017 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@towerhamlets.gov.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 72221000Business analysis consultancy servicesSystems and technical consultancy services 79400000Business and management consultancy and related servicesBusiness services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security 80000000Education and training servicesEducation 79990000Miscellaneous business-related servicesMiscellaneous business and business-related 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 //

Enterprise resource planning software development services

A2Dominion Housing Group Ltd | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
72212451, 48100000, 48442000, 48444000, 48445000, 48450000, 48480000, 48490000, 72120000, 72200000

A2Dominion would like to implement new enterprise-wide technology to support customer-facing, asset-facing and internal business support functions. This is likely to cover (including but not limited to) — Customer Relationship Management; and corporate applications, including finance, asset & property management, HR and Payroll; as well as business reporting.

A2Dominion is seeking a Systems Integrator to plan, design, and implement an enterprise-wide technology solution and to provide the on-going application management service when the new solution is operational. The Supplier will be expected to have the necessary governance and resources to manage the activities outlined above.

More information on A2Dominion's requirements and the contract are set out in the procurement documents which can be obtained from https://procontract.due-north.com/Opportunities/Index?p=165b8425-f57e-e511-80f3-000c29c9ba21&v=2

The role of the Systems Integrator will involve but not be limited to the planning, design, implementation and integration of the enterprise-wide technology solution, together with the on-going application management service when the solution is operational. The new enterprise-wide technology will cover customer interaction and CRM, asset and asset management, as well as the major back office functions of finance, HR and procurement. It will also include the enabling functions around mobile and secure access for customer and employee, single work-flow front to back office for services, data and data management and business analytics and reporting. This will replace the fragmented landscape with an integrated architecture that's fit for the future. The Systems Integrator will therefore have a major role in the implementation, adoption, and continuous improvement of the technology and be expected to have the necessary governance, approach and resources to manage these activities.

Robotic Process Automation Partnership.

The Cabinet Office | Published April 8, 2017
cpvs
72266000

UK Government is seeking to accelerate the uptake of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) by central government departments and agencies. It is seeking a partner or partners that will help run a programme of education and demonstration of the potential of RPA and help departments build business cases. Under the terms of the contract the partner will be able to build RPA applications for departments and either be paid for development and deployment or be paid out of benefits. Potential partners should have a substantial track record of successful development and be prepared to invest in this opportunity. Estimated cost of works excluding VAT: 4 000 000Currency: GBP Divided into lots? No

Research and development services and related consultancy services

North and East London Commissioning Support Unit (NEL CSU) | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline June 19, 2017
cpvs
73000000, 38970000, 73100000, 73110000, 73200000, 73210000, 73300000, 79310000, 79311400, 79315000, 85100000, 85140000, 48814400, 79996000, 98110000, 98111000, 98112000, 98113000, 72212920, 48440000, 48441000, 72212440, 72212441, 72240000, 71621000, 48480000, 48482000, 72212480, 72212482, 71600000, 72221000, 72316000, 48810000, 72222000, 72222100, 72222200, 72222300, 72223000, 48500000, 48510000, 72212500, 72212510, 71354100, 79416000, 79416100, 48326100, 33195000, 48814200

The Elis Transformation Change Framework 2.0 will provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Units across England and will be split into lots based on homogeneous requirements. The framework aims to meet current and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The main service lots are:

1. Lot 1 — Research and Expert Clinical Knowledge.

2. Lot 2 — Organisation and System Development.

3. Lot 3 — Business Intelligence, Information Technology and Technical Expertise.

4. Lot 4 — Communication and Engagement.

Education and training services

Department for Education | Published April 21, 2017
cpvs
80000000, 80500000, 80532000, 80510000

Contracts for the provision of Governance Leadership Development and Clerking Development across England from 2017-2020 to improve the effectiveness of governing boards.

Contracts will run for an initial period to March 2019 with provision to extend for 2 further single year periods.

There will be 2 lots:

a. Activity to build the capacity of governance leaders to improve the effectiveness of their board; and

b. Activity to professionalise the quality of clerking so that governing boards receive the administrative and procedural information, advice and support they need to operate effectively.

Contracts will be awarded to suppliers able to achieve these outcomes. After initial set up costs, payments will be linked directly to contractor success in securing business from boards and clerks through a per-board/clerk funding model. Contractor income will therefore be directly linked to the volume of support they provide, not fixed by value or volume.

Commercial Expertise for Crossrail

DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
79400000

This contract will be for the provision of advice and expertise as we take forward the potential creation of a new Government company to leverage the Crossrail brand internationally. The Department for Transport has prepared a first draft of a business plan, which it is planned will be developed into a detailed working plan for the creation of the proposed new business. We are seeking capability to support this work in the creation of the company which will involve:- Building the detailed working plan for the creation of the proposed new business should include but not be exclusively • Business and marketing approach; • Market strategy; • Resource plan, including retention and incentive; • Opportunities and markets; • Pricing and charging approach; • Timeline and KPIs; and • Approach towards joint ventures, including as a means of bringing the wider UK supply chain into international opportunities. Close working with both the Department and Crossrail Ltd. will be required.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

North and East London Commissioning Support Unit (NEL CSU) | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
cpvs
73000000, 38970000, 73100000, 73110000, 73200000, 73210000, 73300000, 79310000, 79311400, 79315000, 85100000, 85140000, 48814400, 79996000, 98110000, 98111000, 98112000, 98113000, 72212920, 48440000, 48441000, 72212440, 72212441, 72240000, 71621000, 48480000, 48482000, 72212480, 72212482, 71600000, 72221000, 72316000, 48810000, 72222000, 72222100, 72222200, 72222300, 72223000, 48500000, 48510000, 72212500, 72212510, 71354100, 79416000, 79416100, 48326100, 33195000, 48814200

The Elis Transformation Change Framework 2.0 will provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Units across England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meet current and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The main service lots are:

1.Lot 1 — Research and Expert Clinical Knowledge.

2.Lot 2 — Organisation and System Development.

3.Lot 3 — Business Intelligence, Information Technology & Technical Expertise

4. Lot 4 — Communication and Engagement.

The proposed framework will be expected to provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Units across England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meet current and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources

Lot 1a. Best Practice Research, Academic Research and Expertise

Lot 1b. Health Economic

Lot 1c. Specialist Knowledge (Healthcare).

The framework will be expected to provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Unitsacross England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meetcurrent and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The service lot is comprised as follows:

Lot 2 — Organisation and System Development.

Lot 2a — Organisational Development.

Lot 2b — System Leadership and Development.

Lot 2c — Financial Modelling and Analysis.

The framework will be expected to provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Unitsacross England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meetcurrent and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The service lot is comprised as follows:

Lot 3 Business Intelligence, Information Technology and Technical Expertise.

Lot 3a — Business Intelligence.

Lot 3b — Information Management.

The framework will be expected to provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Units across England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meet current and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The service lot is comprised as follows:

Lot 4 — Communication and Engagement.

Lot 4a — Public Patient Engagement.

Lot 4b — Creative and Digital Services.

Lot 4c — Communication Services.

Procurement of the enterprise-wide technology solution to support the Fit for the Future Programme (Enterprise-wide technology solution to support the Fit for the Future Programme)

A2Dominion | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
480000, 720000

Thank you for showing interest to participate in the procurement of an enterprise-wide technology solution [OJEU ref 2017/S 058-107842]. The relevant documents providing details of the procurement requirements and conditions are in the process of being uploaded. They will be available by 9am on Fri...h business information and analytics. The Systems Integrator will therefore have a major role in the implementation, adoption, and continuous improvement of the technology by the business as a whole and be expected to have the necessary governance, approach and resources to manage these activities.

Provision of Insurance and related Services to Origin Housing Ltd and all Subsidary Companies

ORIGIN HOUSING LIMITED | Published April 22, 2017  -  Deadline June 9, 2017
cpvs
66510000

Origin Housing is a registered social landlord, providing affordable housing in their communities and related care and support services to the people who live in them. They manage over 6,500 homes across London and Hertfordshire offering a wide range of housing options. We seek expressions of interest from suitably and experienced insurance providers for the services covered below; A programme of General Insurance and related services for Origin Housing Ltd, excluding Motor Fleet risks and Engineering Insurance/Inspection contract. The programme will require Insurance and related services for risks that may include but not be limited to: property damage and business interruption, Employers, Public, Products and Property Owners liability, Business Combined/Office, Money, All Risks, Computer, Contract Works, Group Personal Accident, Professional Indemnity, Fidelity Guarantee/Crime, Employment Practices Liability, Cyber and Terrorism; Insurance and related services for Motor Vehicle risks (possibly including Motor Legal Expenses and Occasional Business use extensions); Engineering Inspection contract for items of lifting plant, pressure plant, playgrounds and the like, all owned or managed by Origin Housing Ltd.

Commercial Expertise for Crossrail

DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT | Published April 7, 2017
cpvs
79400000

We will be seeking leadership support and expertise to take forward activity aimed at leveraging the Crossrail brand internationally. The Department has prepared a first draft of a business plan which is now ready to be developed into a detailed working plan for the creation of the proposed new business. This work will require an appropriate level of commitment for a period of approximately 6 months. It is not envisaged that it will require full-time commitment. All interested parties may register an interest in this role. The aim is to begin a formal procurement process shortly - possibly in the week commencing 10th April 2017 and you are advised to follow developments via Contracts Finder and the reference provided.

Textbooks

University of Strathclyde | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline May 23, 2017
cpvs
22112000, 22113000, 64216200

The MBA Unit within Strathclyde Business School has successfully supplied digital textbooks to Glasgow based MBA cohorts (Full Time, Part Time, and Flexible Learning) as a pilot scheme for academic year 2016/17. Following that successful trial, the MBA Unit is now seeking to roll out digital textbooks to all new intakes for academic year 2017/18, including MBA students at all 8 International centres. Circa 400-450 students register on the MBA each year. The University of Strathclyde reserves the right to change titles of books and quantities if required, but overall all the amount of books will stay the same at 9 core textbooks. Digital Textbooks meet with the University of Strathclyde's strategic aims as a leading international technological university.