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Business Intelligence Development Services

South West Water Ltd | Published September 9, 2016
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Business Intelligence Development Services

CP1178-15 Business Support Framework

Devon County Council | Published May 3, 2016
Winner
BIC Innovation, GWE Business West Limited, North Devon +, Nuala Foley & Associates, Oxford Innovation Services Ltd, Serco Ltd, (Peninsula Enterprise), Devon Chamber of Commerce, SWMAS LTD, UK Mentors Ltd, Cosmic, Serco Ltd (Peninsula Enterprise)
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79000000

Local authorities across the Heart of the South West LEP area are committed to supporting businesses to prosper and grow. We recognise that good quality advice and support is 1 of the key ways to do this, encouraging people to start up, grow and be innovative in their business thinking.

There are a wide variety of economic strategy documents relating to the geographies that make up the HOTSW area, at district, county and unitary authority level. The LEP itself has distilled much of this information, to inform the development of its Strategic Economic Plan (SEP), which analyses the strengths, weaknesses and opportunities in the local economy and where further support may be required. All local authorities work closely with the LEP to try and ensure that the work to support the local economy is well co-ordinated, structured and makes sense to residents and businesses. When considering the business support needs of the area, it is important, therefore, to ensure that whatever is put in place takes account of local needs in each area, but also the strategic approach developed by the LEP and its partners. Further details of the analysis and conclusions carried out by the LEP into the business support needs of the area are outlined within the tender documentation, and this has been used to inform the development of this tender framework, alongside local knowledge and intelligence of business needs.

CP1178-15 Business Support Framework

 | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline February 8, 2016
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79000000

Local authorities across the Heart of the South West LEP area are committed to supporting businessesto prosper and grow. We recognise that good quality advice and support is one of the key ways to do this,encouraging people to start up, grow and be innovative in their business thinking. There are a wide variety of economic strategy documents relating to the geographies that make up the HOTSWarea, at district, county and unitary authority level. The LEP itself has distilled much of this information, toinform the development of its Strategic Economic Plan (SEP), which analyses the strengths, weaknesses andopportunities in the local economy and where further support may be required. All local authorities work closelywith the LEP to try and ensure that the work to support the local economy is well co-ordinated, structured andmakes sense to residents and businesses. When considering the business support needs of the area, it isimportant, therefore, to ensure that whatever is put in place takes account of local needs in each area, but alsothe strategic approach developed by the LEP and its partners. Further details of the analysis and conclusionscarried out by the LEP into the business support needs of the area are outlined within the tender documentation,and this has been used to inform the development of this tender framework, alongside local knowledge andintelligence of business needs.

CP1178-15 Business Support Framework.

Devon County Council | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline February 8, 2016
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79000000

Local authorities across the heart of the South West LEP area are committed to supporting businesses to prosper and grow. We recognise that good quality advice and support is one of the key ways to do this, encouraging people to start up, grow and be innovative in their business thinking. There are a wide variety of economic strategy documents relating to the geographies that make up the HOTSW area, at district, county and unitary authority level. The LEP itself has distilled much of this information, to inform the development of its Strategic Economic Plan (SEP), which analyses the strengths, weaknesses and opportunities in the local economy and where further support may be required. All local authorities work closely with the LEP to try and ensure that the work to support the local economy is well coordinated, structured and makes sense to residents and businesses. When considering the business support needs of the area, it is important, therefore, to ensure that whatever is put in place takes account of local needs in each area, but also the strategic approach developed by the LEP and its partners. Further details of the analysis and conclusions carried out by the LEP into the business support needs of the area are outlined within the tender documentation, and this has been used to inform the development of this tender framework, alongside local knowledge and intelligence of business needs.

Business Opinion Survey

Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service | Published November 13, 2009  -  Deadline November 25, 2009
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79000000

Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Authority (DSFRA) invite you to submit a Proposal for the provision of a Business Opinion Survey to be conducted in January 2010. DSFRA conduct these surveys annually and our intention is to engage with a provider who can conduct these surveys over a four year period (subject to satisfactory performance). Therefore, the contract will be for a period of one year (the initial period) allowing for three optional extension periods (1 + 1 + 1 + 1) subject to satisfactory performance by the Contractor 

CP 1241 -15 Okehampton East Business Park Landscaping

 | Published June 30, 2016
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77300000

landscaping and structured planting is required at Okehampton East Business Park to take place within the 2015/16 planting season and prior to the 31st March 2016 to satisfy planning conditions. The landscaping consists of clearance site preparation and seeding and planting for- 2155 MSq of wild flower seeding, 31 specimen feathered trees, 16 native shrub plants, 2396 structure plants, 358m of hedge planting The supply and installation of 2 Hibernaculum’s and 12 bat/bird boxes. 39105 MSq of regular grass cutting 8582 MSq of Ecologically sensitive rough grass cut. There will be an ongoing 5 year maintenance requirement starting from the 1st of April 2016 and running until the 31st of March 2021 which will include maintenance of the above areas plus 8582 MSq of Ecologically sensitive rough grass cut.

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

Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Authority | Published February 9, 2017
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79000000

This is an information only gathering exercise as a pre-procurement exercise and is not an opportunity to submit bids for this process.

The purpose of this questionnaire is to provide suppliers with the opportunity to inform the development and ongoing management of a future procurement for the supply of firefighter pension administration and payroll and the provision of employee payroll.

This is a collaborative procurement undertaken by Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service in collaboration with Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service.

The Objective of the upcoming tender process is to award a five (5) year contract with 2 potential extensions each of 12 months.

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

Devon County Council | Published May 23, 2017  -  Deadline June 23, 2017
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79000000

Devon County Council (DCC) is 1 of the region's largest employers, with 14 537 staff providing services to 766 100 people across the county. As a provider of public services, we are committed to equal opportunities in employment and service delivery.

The Human Resources (HR) team supports managers across DCC, other local authorities including District Councils, not for profit organisations and external customers, with all their routine recruitment needs. DCC's HR team will act as a central point for all recruitment procedures, both for the authority, and its external customers.

The value stated in II.1.5) is the estimated value for the first 24 months of the contract.

To recruit staff effectively, DCC needs to access a broad range of recruitment advertising and other resource related services, making use of several different kinds of approaches in order to attract the most suitable candidates, both to fill its own needs and those of the not for profit partner organisations with which we work.

DCC requires suppliers to provide the following tasks:

— Media planning and buying (including negotiating discounts on behalf of the customer);

— Develop and place job advertisements for job vacancies (routine and creative via various media channels);

— Provide all services in relation to production (including proofreading, copy editing, copy writing and type setting.);

— Provide all services in relation to creative work (including design, specialist artwork, print work etc.);

— Conduct media and recruitment research;

— Assist in developing an employer branding strategy;

— Monitor the quality of final advert production;

— Provide an analysis of advertising outcomes (for example, number of views per media with number of applications made).

— Provide advice on media recruitment topics such as:

— Sourcing strategies,

— Search engine optimisation,

— Web based services and social media,

— Use of advertisement wording,

— Appropriate media selection,

— Cost effective media selection,

— Reaching the target audience,

— Composite style adverts and advert content.

Provide other related media and related services which will include:

— Account management,

— Campaign management,

— Digital consultancy,

— New micro-sites and employer branding.

CP1249-16 Oraclw E-Business Suite Support and DBA Services

Devon County Council | Published January 30, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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72000000

Devon County Council (DCC) operates components of Oracle E-Business Suite to perform its payroll operations and to pay the employees of DCC and various other organisations. In addition, Oracle and Microsoft SQL databases and systems underpin many of Devon County Council's key business critical services. Devon County Council wishes to engage a suitably accredited supplier to provide a comprehensive support and maintenance service for Oracle E-Business Suite software to include Oracle database administration (DBA)services and the provision of Microsoft SQL DBA services. The period of this contract will be for three (3) years with optional two (2) x twelve (12) months extensions to a maximum term of five (5) years.

CP1249-16 Oracle E-Business Suite Suite Support and DBA Services

Devon County Council | Published May 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
Winner
Welldata Ltd
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72000000

Devon County Council (DCC) operates components of Oracle E-Business Suite to perform its payroll operations and to pay the employees of DCC and various other organisations. In addition, Oracle and Microsoft SQL databases and systems underpin many of Devon County Council's key business critical services. Devon County Council wishes to engage a suitably accredited supplier to provide a comprehensive support and maintenance service for Oracle E-Business Suite software to include Oracle database administration (DBA)services and the provision of Microsoft SQL DBA services. The period of this contract will be for three (3) years with optional two (2) x twelve (12) months extensions to a maximum term of five (5) years. The expected contract value for the initial three (3) years is between £150,000 and £165,000. This contract will be carried out by the Suppliers' staff on DCC systems to ensure their wellbeing and good function. This will involve working in partnership with and liaising with DCC's ICT and business staff, third-party suppliers and partners where applicable. Activities will include professional DBA Services, providing design, build, installation, configuration, management and support of the Oracle and Microsoft SQL enterprise databases that drive Devon County Council's applications, web sites and related ICT services. The Supplier will remotely and on site provide a fully comprehensive Oracle and SQL DBA and Oracle Apps DBA service including support, maintenance and development of DCC's Oracle and SQL estate with or without involvement of specialist DCC IT staff. Support services are required remotely and on site on a full 5 days per week (Mon-Fri) to include Out of Hours support on an unlimited basis.

Construction work

DCH | Published December 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2017
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45000000

The works consist of the design and construction of a new B1 office building (approx. 1 600 m2 GIA) at Plot 2, Tolvaddon Business Park, Tolvaddon, Cornwall for Devon and Cornwall Housing Limited.

The works consist of the design and construction of a new B1 office building (approx. 1,600m2 GIA) at Plot 2, Tolvaddon Business Park, Tolvaddon, Cornwall for Devon & Cornwall Housing Limited.

Going Local 4 - Devon & Cornwall Procurement Partnership Free Supplier Day

Devon County Council | Published October 16, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
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**Please note that a programme of events has now been attached alongside the event flyer.** The Devon & Cornwall Procurement Partnership (DCPP) is a collaborative procurement partnership representing public sector organisations throughout Devon. The Partnership are writing to invite businesses to attend our fourth annual Meet the Buyer event ‘Going Local 4’ on Monday 16th November 2015 at Torquay Town Hall. The event will be open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and is free of Charge for business to attend. Businesses will be able to ‘meet the buyers’ from across the county who are responsible for public sector spend. The public sector organisations in Devon are sensitive to the economic pressures being felt by all businesses and are keen to purchase locally and make “doing business with the public sector” as easy as possible. To ensure that the time taken to attend is productive for businesses, there will be a short seminars focusing on topical issues of interest aimed at helping to explain how to do business across the public sector and how to access opportunities to bid for public sector work. As business opportunities are advertised and Invitations to tender are available online, there will be an IT suite, with assistance being offered, to aid businesses with registration on the procurement portal to access opportunities. For further information and to register for this event please e-mail:- goinglocal-mailbox@devon.gov.uk **Please note that a programme of events has now been attached alongside the event flyer.** The Devon & Cornwall Procurement Partnership (DCPP) is a collaborative procurement partnership representing public sector organisations throughout Devon. The Partnership are writing to invite businesses to attend our fourth annual Meet the Buyer event ‘Going Local 4’ on Monday 16th November 2015 at Torquay Town Hall. The event will be open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and is free of Charge for business to attend. Businesses will be able to ‘meet the buyers’ from across the county who are responsible for public sector spend. The public sector organisations in Devon are sensitive to the economic pressures being felt by all businesses and are keen to purchase locally and make “doing business with the public sector” as easy as possible. To ensure that the time taken to attend is productive for businesses, there will be a short seminars focusing on topical issues of interest aimed at helping to explain how to do business across the public sector and how to access opportunities to bid for public sector work. As business opportunities are advertised and Invitations to tender are available online, there will be an IT suite, with assistance being offered, to aid businesses with registration on the procurement portal to access opportunities. For further information and to register for this event please e-mail:- goinglocal-mailbox@devon.gov.uk ¥S?ï 

Development and delivery of workshops and employer mentoring sessions to support talent management

Sector Skills Council, Asset Skills, The Sector Skills Council for the Built Environment | Published December 15, 2014
Winner
Awbery Management Centre Ltd
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171010, 179999

1.1 This tender invites companies to submit proposals for the development and delivery of a series of workshops and business to business mentoring sessions that support talent management for the Asset Skills sector. To support the workshops companies are required to develop employer toolkits based workshops which will be made freely available to employers in the sector. The workshops, mentoring sessions and toolkits must be appropriate to the industries represented in the Asset Skills sector which broadly are: 1.1.1 Housing 1.1.2 Property and planning 1.1.3 Facilities Management and cleaning (incorporating pest control and parking) 1.2 This project supports our EIF2 Talent Management Programme funded by UKCES.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Devon County Council | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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72000000

Devon County Council (DCC) operates components of Oracle E-Business Suite to perform its payroll operations and to pay the employees of DCC and various other organisations. In addition, Oracle and Microsoft SQL databases and systems underpin many of Devon County Council's key business critical services.

DCC wishes to engage a suitably accredited supplier to provide a comprehensive support and maintenance service for Oracle E-Business Suite software to include Oracle database administration (DBA) services and the provision of Microsoft SQL DBA services.

The period of this contract will be for three (3) years with optional two (2) x twelve (12) months extensions to a maximum term of five (5) years.

The expected contract value for the initial three (3) years is between 150 000 and 165 000 GBP.

This contract will be carried out by the Suppliers' staff on DCC systems to ensure their well-being and good function. This will involve working in partnership with and liaising with DCC's ICT and business staff, third-party suppliers and partners where applicable.

Activities will include professional DBA Services, providing design, build, installation, configuration, management and support of the Oracle and Microsoft SQL enterprise databases that drive Devon County Council's applications, web sites and related ICT services.

The Supplier will remotely and on site provide a fully comprehensive Oracle and SQL DBA and Oracle Apps DBA service including support, maintenance and development of DCC's Oracle and SQL estate with or without involvement of specialist DCC IT staff.

Support services are required remotely and on site on a full 5 days per week (Mon-Fri) to include Out of Hours support on an unlimited basis.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Devon County Council | Published May 18, 2017
Winner
WellData Ltd
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72000000

Devon County Council (DCC) operates components of Oracle E-Business Suite to perform its payroll operations and to pay the employees of DCC and various other organisations. In addition, Oracle and Microsoft SQL databases and systems underpin many of Devon County Council's key business critical services.

DCC wishes to engage a suitably accredited supplier to provide a comprehensive support and maintenance service for Oracle E-Business Suite software to include Oracle database administration (DBA) services and the provision of Microsoft SQL DBA services.

The period of this contract will be for three (3) years with optional two (2) x twelve (12) months extensions to a maximum term of five (5) years.

The expected contract value for the initial three (3) years is between 150 000 GBP and 165 000 GBP.

This contract will be carried out by the Suppliers' staff on DCC systems to ensure their well-being and good function. This will involve working in partnership with and liaising with DCC's ICT and business staff, third-party suppliers and partners where applicable.

Activities will include professional DBA Services, providing design, build, installation, configuration, management and support of the Oracle and Microsoft SQL enterprise databases that drive Devon County Council's applications, web sites and related ICT services.

The Supplier will remotely and on site provide a fully comprehensive Oracle and SQL DBA and Oracle Apps DBA service including support, maintenance and development of DCC's Oracle and SQL estate with or without involvement of specialist DCC IT staff.

Support services are required remotely and on site on a full 5 days per week (Mon-Fri) to include Out of Hours support on an unlimited basis.

UOE/2015/006/PF — Tender for an eProcurement System.

University of Exeter | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
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48442000, 72000000, 72261000, 48000000, 48440000, 48400000, 48812000, 48441000, 72220000, 72263000, 72600000, 72267100, 72224100, 72227000, 72246000

Financial systems software package. IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support. Software support services. Software package and information systems. Financial analysis and accounting software package. Business transaction and personal business software package. Financial information systems. Financial analysis software package. Systems and technical consultancy services. Software implementation services. Computer support and consultancy services. Maintenance of information technology software. System implementation planning services. Software integration consultancy services. Systems consultancy services. The University invites bids from suppliers who are able to implement an e-procurement solution that will interface with a new finance system. The new e-procurement system will be key to enabling the University to deliver improved, standardised and best practice business processes across the Procurement Service. The system needs to be scalable to meet future requirements or enhancements of the Procurement Service, and needs to be compliant with statutory requirements including HE compliance. The system also needs to support mobile and remote working with access on mobile devices. We are looking to explore a fully hosted and managed solution as well as an on-premise solution. We will be considering contract options for both as part of the Tender process. We are looking for a Bidder who can support the University through the following project stages: —Functional requirements gathering including business rules, workflow, reporting and user access; —Non-functional requirements gathering including data security and benchmark system performance; —Technical architecture including network, backups and resilience; —User interface design; —Solution modelling and design; —Solution build; —Testing including Unit, Load, Performance and UAT; —Data migration; —Transition and support; —Training and user guides; —Change management. Implementation of the new system should be underpinned by appropriate quality management processes to ensure the solution is fit for purpose. The length of the contract is 8 years and should include software, consultancy, integration with the new finance system, licenses, warranty support, support and maintenance, and future enhancement costs. Refer to the ITT document for the proposed support and maintenance SLAs (see Schedule 6). The allocated budget for the core system is 334 000 GBP including VAT — please the main ITT document for full details.

UOE/2015/006/PF — Tender for an eProcurement System.

University of Exeter | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 31, 2015
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48442000, 72000000, 72261000, 48000000, 48440000, 48400000, 48812000, 48441000, 72220000, 72263000, 72600000, 72267100, 72224100, 72227000, 72246000

Financial systems software package. IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support. Software support services. Software package and information systems. Financial analysis and accounting software package. Business transaction and personal business software package. Financial information systems. Financial analysis software package. Systems and technical consultancy services. Software implementation services. Computer support and consultancy services. Maintenance of information technology software. System implementation planning services. Software integration consultancy services. Systems consultancy services. The University invites bids from suppliers who are able to implement an e-procurement solution that will interface with a new finance system. The new e-procurement system will be key to enabling the University to deliver improved, standardised and best practice business processes across the Procurement Service. The system needs to be scalable to meet future requirements or enhancements of the Procurement Service, and needs to be compliant with statutory requirements including HE compliance. The system also needs to support mobile and remote working with access on mobile devices. We are looking to explore a fully hosted and managed solution as well as an on-premise solution. We will be considering contract options for both as part of the Tender process. We are looking for a Bidder who can support the University through the following project stages: —Functional requirements gathering including business rules, workflow, reporting and user access; —Non-functional requirements gathering including data security and benchmark system performance; —Technical architecture including network, backups and resilience; —User interface design; —Solution modelling and design; —Solution build; —Testing including Unit, Load, Performance and UAT; —Data migration; —Transition and support; —Training and user guides; —Change management. Implementation of the new system should be underpinned by appropriate quality management processes to ensure the solution is fit for purpose. The length of the contract is 8 years and should include software, consultancy, integration with the new finance system, licenses, warranty support, support and maintenance, and future enhancement costs. Refer to the ITT document for the proposed support and maintenance SLAs (see Schedule 6). The allocated budget for the core system is 334 000 GBP including VAT — please the main ITT document for full details.

Health and social work services

Devon County Council | Published September 8, 2016  -  Deadline October 14, 2016
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Commissioners from New Devon CCG, Devon County Council and South Devon and Torbay CCG want to ensure that the users of health and social care services have a say on the planning, contracting and delivery of those services whenever possible. The local engagement service has no set contract value as there is no guarantee of business, but value will be between GBP 0 and GBP 1 187 146 for the five (5) years of the contract.

Sub Contractor Framework: Responsive Works and Planned Works (Exeter).

Spectrum Property Care | Published January 7, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
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45000000, 45000000, 45000000

Construction work. Construction work. Spectrum Property Care (SPC) is a long established wholly owned subsidiary of Spectrum Housing Group that is dedicated to becoming the best building and maintenance provider within the industry. We maintain, repair and improve in excess of 45 000 homes responding to the needs of 150 000 social housing residents across the South of England each year. Our principle activity is the provision of property contracting services to both Spectrum's Registered Providers and external organisations (mainly Registered Providers or Public Sector organisations). We cover the spectrum of repairs and maintenance services including emergency response repairs and voids. We have particular expertise in planned maintenance programmes including the installation of new kitchens and bathrooms, electrical rewires and upgrades, heating installations and servicing. The business geography covers a large portion of the South and South West Region including the IOW through 5 business centres in Blandford, Poole, Frome, Ryde and Exeter. This framework is to identify a number of suitably qualified and experienced Sub Contractors who will be selected for inclusion to a multi trade contractor's framework to fulfil requirements for the SPC Exeter Business Centre, which principally covers the Spectrum Housing Group stock and multiple external contracts in Devon and Cornwall. The framework will provide for the following services: Suspended ceilings / partitioning, Flooring Carpets / Vinyl, Ground works- tarmac, Roller shutter doors (installation / servicing), Aluminium shop fronts, Scaffolders, Roofers (Pitched and flat), Drainage, uPVC, Fire / Smoke Alarms, Door Entry, Fire Security, CCTV, Plastering, Domestic Improvements, Commercial Gas, Painter and Decorators, Water Testing, Renewables, Air Conditioning, Commercial Electric, Fencing, Masonry, Workshop joinery, TV Aerials, Water Mains, Damp proofing, Fire Equipment servicing, Asbestos — testing / removal, Cleaning, Clearance, Environmental clearance — Needles / Sharps, Tree surgery, Timber preservation, Pest Control, Plumbing, Steel fabrications — structural.

9XZB-D9BJIN — Framework for the Supply of Multiparameter Water Quality Instruments.

Environment Agency | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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38430000

The Environment Agency National Laboratory Service require a framework for the supply of Multiparameter Water Quality Instruments (WQI), both small handheld meters and the larger data logging WQI as well as the associated software and consumables. This equipment is used for statutory monitoring and as tool during pollution events. WQI's are used on a daily basis by the Agency to gather field data to enable our core business activities. This requirement is for the supply of multi parameter water quality monitoring instruments in both handheld and field deployable configuration.