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Business and management consultancy services

University of Ulster | Published October 22, 2016
Winner
MovePlan Limited
cpvs
79410000

The main objective of this commission is the provision of Relocation Management Consultant (RMC) Services in connection with the Ulster University planned relocation from its existing Jordanstown Campus to the new Greater Belfast Development (GBD) scheduled for summer 2019 together with relocations within the existing Belfast Campus to support the final 2019 locations.

Training programme services

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council | Published October 31, 2017  -  Deadline December 4, 2017
cpvs
80521000, 80500000, 80000000, 80510000, 80530000, 79410000, 79411100

The Alchemy Growth Programme will be the Council's main business growth support provision offered to Small and Micro Businesses (including social enterprises) based in the Council area. This support will be tailored to participants needs. The proposed intervention will be designed in such a way as to fit into, and play a key role in, the continuum of business support provided by Council and partner organisations. Actions supported through Alchemy are designed to create a more sustainable base of small businesses in the Borough and increase the levels of employment as a result of this. The key aim of Alchemy is: To support the development of existing and newly established and innovative businesses that have the potential to grow, employ staff and consider opportunities to export. This will be achieved by directly supporting client businesses to take the necessary steps in addressing needs, thereby harnessing the growth of the business.

Hosted and managed synchronous teaching tool.

University of Ulster | Published October 27, 2015
Winner
Blackboard International B.V.
cpvs
48000000

Ulster University is seeking to procure a synchronous technology to support real-time communication and collaboration between staff and students both on and off campus and, in the case of Distance Learning and flexible programmes, in geographically remote locations. The University is based on four campuses in Northern Ireland with approximately 27 000 users actively using digital learning technologies. Whilst this number exceeds FTE numbers the figure encompasses on campus students, distance-learning students (approximately 1 000), students on flexible professional and short courses and academic and administrative staff. The institution employs approximately 3 000 people across a range of disciplines (Academic, Research, Business Support Profession, Business Support Clerical, Technical etc.) The business drivers for reliable synchronous teaching technologies are related to flexibility in time and space. The tools provide opportunities for live instruction within a blended delivery model. The synchronous teaching solution should provide opportunities for communication and collaboration between staff and students and should facilitate recording, storage and archiving of sessions for future playback. The system should support common higher education synchronous teaching workflows including guest lectures, student break out rooms, online annotation, presentations, pre-recorded sessions, polling, question and answers and real-time chat. The solution will also be used to allow staff to deliver lectures to multi-campus locations.

Project_21353/ itt_29504 — Hosted and Managed Synchronous Teaching Tool.

University of Ulster | Published July 16, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015
cpvs
48000000

Ulster University is seeking to procure a synchronous technology to support real-time communication and collaboration between staff and students both on and off campus and, in the case of Distance Learning and flexible programmes, in geographically remote locations, The University is based on four campuses in Northern Ireland with approximately 27000 users actively using digital learning technologies. Whilst this number exceeds FTE numbers the figure encompasses on campus students, distance-learning students (approximately 1000), students on flexible professional and short courses and academic and administrative staff. The institution employs approximately 3000 people across a range of disciplines (Academic, Research, Business Support Profession, Business Support Clerical, Technical etc.) The business drivers for reliable synchronous teaching technologies are related to flexibility in time and space. The tools provide opportunities for live instruction within a blended delivery model. The synchronous teaching solution should provide opportunities for communication and collaboration between staff and students and should facilitate recording, storage and archiving of sessions for future playback. The system should support common higher education synchronous teaching workflows including guest lectures, student break out rooms, online annotation, presentations, pre-recorded sessions, polling, question and answers and real-time chat. The solution will also be used to allow staff to deliver lectures to multi-campus locations.

Ulster University Staff Survey

University of Ulster | Published December 31, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017
cpvs

Ulster University is seeking to conduct a staff survey in the Spring of 2017 and are looking for a company to develop the survey and supporting analysis within the specified timescales. It is vital that the survey design and implementation supports our business needs whilst also maximising response rates and ensuring value for money.

Drawing and imaging software package

Department for Infrastructure DfI | Published February 18, 2017  -  Deadline March 23, 2017
cpvs
48320000, 48300000, 72212321, 72200000

This contract defines 2 sets of requirements for 2 separate Departments: CAD Additional Support and Autodesk Licencing Services for the Department for Infrastructure. DfI. Northern Ireland which can be summarised below: CAD Additional Support and Autodesk Licencing Services for Central Procurement Directorate. CPD. and Properties Division. PD., which are business areas within the Department of Finance for Northern Ireland. DoF. The Initial Contract Period is 1 year. There is a potential for 3 further annual extensions.

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council | Published October 19, 2017
Winner
FP McCann
cpvs
45200000, 45233260, 45233293

The Procedure to be followed for this procurement process is the Open Procedure (Regulation 27 of the Public Contracts Regulations). Economic Operators should note that the Pre-qualification questionnaire is being used as an Eligibility Document. Therefore, the required documents within the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire Package (Folder 1) are to be completed and returned alongside the required documents of the Invitation to Tender Package (Folder 2).

Scope

The Project is for the provision of public realm improvements in the town of Portrush, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The Public Realm will include the following Streets: Ramore Avenue, Lower Lansdowne Road, Causeway View, Bath Road, Main Street, Bath Street, Bath Terrace, Church Pass, Atlantic Avenue, Causeway Street, Eglinton Street, Mark Street and Dunluce Avenue. The public realm scheme involves the provision of high quality stone kerbs, and provision of high quality stone paving, street tree planting, herbaceous planting and supply and installation of street furniture, signage, street lighting, and installations of new puffin crossings.

Complexity

Working in a busy seaside town centre. The proposed footpath, carriageway and street lighting are to be adopted at completion by DfI Roads. There are live services on the site. Pedestrian and business access to all premises to be maintained at all times.

Contract Period

The Contract Period is estimated to be 74 weeks.

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