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Invitation for Consultancy - Production of Business Travel Plans

 | Published July 8, 2016  -  Deadline July 22, 2016
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73000000

North East Lincolnshire Council (NELC) has been awarded £441,000 (Business Travel Plans is one element of the £441,000) from the Governments Sustainable Travel Transition Year Revenue Competition (2016 to 2017) for its Delivering Growth Through Sustainable project. This opportunity will help to deliver the project aims of supporting economic growth and reducing the barriers to employment North East Lincolnshire Council (the Council), in Partnership with Engie is seeking a suitably qualified provider to produce Business Travel Plans. The provider will deliver all necessary professional services for this project and shall be responsible for all elements associated with the successful delivery of Business Travel Plans.

Database-management system

South Lanarkshire Council on behalf of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd | Published July 16, 2016
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SLLC require a system which can support a central or single customer database that caters for all areas of the business e.g. Library Management, Leisure and Culture Management, Box Office/Event ticketing/Museums.

Port of Immingham Sea Defence Improvements

 | Published October 29, 2015
Winner
Capita Property and Infrastructure Ltd
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45246400

The overall objective for the project is to build on an existing project proposal by undertaking a detailed appraisal and the preparation of a business case for the improvement of defences to the highest justifiable standard of protection. Specifically, the processed used was a further competition accessing the Environment Agency WEM Framework to undertake the delivery of a PAR (Project Appraisal Report), that achieves LPRG (Large Project Review Group) approval and approval from all statutory stakeholders.

CPU 1817 Commercial Waste Management Software System

 | Published July 21, 2016
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48000000

A comprehensive software system for managing all aspects of Nottingham City Council's waste management business.

Consultancy Services - Europarc Connection

 | Published April 4, 2016  -  Deadline April 21, 2016
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71311000

Engie on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council are seeking a suitably qualified consultant to produce a report outlining the feasibility of a potential options to connect Europarc Business Park with Laforey Road. The connection of Laforey Road and Europarc aims to reduce 'dead mileage' between Pyewipe Roundabout and Europarc and to re-route the service through economically active areas. The aim is to increase passengers numbers on the 1, 2 & 20 bus service which is subsidised by the Council. The intention of this action is to make the bus service financially sustainable and continue to provide sustainable access to key employment areas

Operation of the Cafeteria within East Kilbride Arts Centre

South Lanarkshire Council | Published November 16, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
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111200, 111400, 111410

South Lanarkshire Council on behalf of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd (SLLC) is seeking to procure the services of a suitably qualified Concession holder to operate the cafeteria servicing the public within the East Kilbride Arts Centre. SLLC does not guarantee the level of business that may be awarded under this concession. The cafe has achieved an average turnover of £135,500 per annum over the past three years. Bar takings account for approx. 40% of the annual turnover with the remaining 60% coming from food sales within the cafe. :Please note, these figures are based on historical data and should not be interpreted as a guarantee of future value and may increase or decrease over the term of the contract. The Contract that will be awarded from this Tender will be for a period of 3 years with the option to extend for up to 24 months after the expiry of the initial term subject to availability of funding and satifactory performance. It is anticipated that the Contact will commence in February 2016.

IT software development services

SEEMIS Group LLP | Published December 16, 2016
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72212517

SEEMiS Group LLP (‘SEEMiS’) is a Limited Liability Partnership owned and managed by Scotland's 32 local authorities.

SEEMiS is seeking to co-develop a replacement system for the existing education management information system used throughout Scotland by Educational establishments.

SEEMiS Group LLP (‘SEEMiS’) is a Limited Liability Partnership owned and managed by Scotland's 32 local authorities.

At the heart of the MIS system are pupil and staff records which are maintained through functional modules that support key business processes such as enrolment, attendance, timetabling, assessment and well-being. With appropriate data sharing agreements in place necessary information is provided to strategic bodies responsible for the education direction in Scotland including ScotXed and SQA.

SEEMiS is seeking to co- develop a Next Generation MIS solution that will better support local authorities in this digital age. The current system has been in operation for a number of years and SEEMiS is seeking an experienced organisation to assist with the development of a new best of breed solution that will build upon the high standards of service currently delivered and ensure that emerging and future requirements from the education sector are recognised.

GB-Shrewsbury: RG2016ORRVPM – Overflow Responsive Repair & Void Works

Shropshire Towns and Rural Housing | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline May 20, 2016
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70333000

Applicants are invited to express an interest in tendering for the Overflow responsive repair, void works in the North and West of Shropshire for an initial period of three years, with the potential to extend a further year, commencing on 1st August 2016. Shropshire Towns and Rural Housing is an ALMO, looking after a stock of 4200 dwellings for Shropshire Council. The Overflow responsive repair, void works contract of will consist of the reactive repairs and void works to our properties on a call off basis, which may at times be out of hours on the occasions when our own direct labour force are not able to commit due to working at full capacity to be able to meet our targets to our tenanted, sheltered and supported housing stock throughout the rural towns and villages around Bridgnorth and Oswestry. The basis of the tender submission, schedule of works and the subsequent measuring of the contract period with KPI’s and the appraisal of the tender will be from the NHF version 6.3 suite of documents. If you wish to receive a tender pack, please email us at procument@starhousing.org.uk or write to Richard Grant, Shropshire Towns and Rural Housing quoting the reference RG2016ORRVPM. The deadline for expressions of interest to be received at Shropshire Towns and Rural Housing office is 20th May 2016. Shropshire Towns and Rural Housing. The Spruce Building. Sitka Drive. Shrewsbury Business Park. Shrewsbury.SY2 6LG.

Supply of Sports and Sndry Resale Goods for South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd

South Lanarkshire Council | Published April 7, 2015
Winner
Alison Black Ltd T/A Sportmax
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339999

This Tender is being conducted by South Lanarkshire Council on behalf of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd. South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture (SLLC) is seeking a contractor to supply a range of sports and sundry resalable items, both branded and non-branded, to its Leisure Centres and other locations. The contract will be for an initial period of three years with SLLC retaining options to extend it for two further periods each of one year, if the service provided by the contractor proves satisfactory and the requirements for the services remain. During the agreement period SLLC will be seeking to develop a partnership approach with the successful contractor for the supply and to work with them to maintain the established imprest stock system currently in place at the majority of sites. They are also looking to develop ideas and schemes for the marketing and promotion of common business aims and objectives. Although a core range of products is set out in the tender document it is envisaged that regular reviews will take place to increase or decrease this range to take account of changing markets, new product development and customer requirements.

Supply of Sports and Sndry Resale Goods for South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd

South Lanarkshire Council | Published November 6, 2014  -  Deadline November 28, 2014
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339999

This Tender is being conducted by South Lanarkshire Council on behalf of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd. South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture (SLLC) is seeking a contractor to supply a range of sports and sundry resalable items, both branded and non-branded, to its Leisure Centres and other locations. The contract will be for an initial period of three years with SLLC retaining options to extend it for two further periods each of one year, if the service provided by the contractor proves satisfactory and the requirements for the services remain. During the agreement period SLLC will be seeking to develop a partnership approach with the successful contractor for the supply and to work with them to maintain the established imprest stock system currently in place at the majority of sites. They are also looking to develop ideas and schemes for the marketing and promotion of common business aims and objectives. Although a core range of products is set out in the tender document it is envisaged that regular reviews will take place to increase or decrease this range to take account of changing markets, new product development and customer requirements.

National Meet the Buyer Event from the Supplier Development Programme & Scotland Excel

South Lanarkshire Council | Published May 15, 2015
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Supplier Development Programme will support Scotland Excel, the centre of procurement expertise for the local government sector, to host a "Supplier Development Event" on Thursday 11th June 2015 in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. The free event will include a national Meet The Buyer with over 30 Scottish local authorities attending, plus other public sector organisations. Bringing together buyers and support agencies from across Scotland this event will give businesses the chance to: Meet the people in charge of purchasing at 30 Scottish Councils and get advice on selling to their region; Speak to buyers from other public bodies such as NHS, transport and universities and colleges to see what opportunities they offer; Learn more about framework opportunities and how your organisation can do business with Scotland Excel; Attend seminars from key speakers in public sector tendering; And of course... meet the Supplier Development Programme team! The event is open to all businesses in Scotland but places are limited. To book your free place email SupplierExcellence@scotland-excel.org.uk, or visit http://www.scotland-excel.org.uk/Supplierexcellenceawards/SupplierExcellenceTheEvent.aspx for more information. Authorities attending are: Aberdeen Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll and Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries and Galloway Dundee East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Falkirk Fife Glasgow Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray Na h-Eileanan Siar North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Perth and Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian

Framework for the supply, installation, repairs, maintenance and servicing of disabled equipment

 | Published November 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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44115600

North East Lincolnshire Council is seeking to identify suitably qualified and experienced contractors for thesupply, installation, repair, maintenance and servicing of disabled equipment (see Technical Specification), aspart of its Disabled Facilities Grant Programme. This Invitation to Tender has been divided into lots. Tendererscan tender for 1 or both lots. LOT 1 Supply and installation of stairlifts, passenger lifts, vertical through floor lifts and fixed hoists. Tenderers will be ranked in accordance to the award criteria and the top seven scoring will be invited to join theframework. Future requirements under lot 1 will be called-off via mini competition. Mini competitions carried out under this lot will be awarded using the MEAT criteria 100 % price wherespecification compliance for the particular domicile is evidenced. LOT 2 Repairs, maintenance and servicing stairlifts, passenger lifts, vertical through floor lifts and fixedhoists. Tenderers will be ranked in accordance with the award criteria and the top four scoring will be invited to jointhe framework. The evaluation for entry onto the framework will determine which tenderer receives all/anyopportunities to undertake repairs maintenance and servicing. Where the top ranking tenderer has insufficientcapacity to meet demand, the second ranked tenderer will be approached to meet the requirement using thepricing they submitted to enter the framework. The tenderer ranked fourth will receive business where tenderersranked 1,2, and 3 are above delivery capacity to meet demand in a timely manner. It is anticipated that the framework agreement will commence on 1.3.2016. The duration of the frameworkagreement will be 24 months from the date of commencement with an option to extend for a further 2 x 12month periods. The framework is being established principally for the requirements of North East Lincolnshire Council andits subsidiary companies which includes, but is not limited to, Lincs Inspire Ltd. The framework may also beaccessed by North Lincolnshire Council and can be accessed by them at any time during the framework period.

Supply & Installation of Crane Simulator & Associated Equipment

 | Published January 25, 2016  -  Deadline February 23, 2016
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34931000

The requirement is for the supply and installation of the following equipment which may be offered in one lot or divided into two lots as follows: Possible Lot 1 2 (Two) x full mission crane simulators (fixed &/or mobile platform) Possible Lot 1 6 (Six) x desktop part task Possible Lot 2 1 (One) x full mission reach stacker 2 (Two) x reach stacker desktop 1 (One) x roll on roll off tug It is possible during the procurement and installation of this equipment that if, subject to business need, a third full mission crane simulator is required. You will (at the appropriate stage) be asked to provide an optional price for the third model. At the pricing stage you will also be required to provide costs for the full mission simulators to have fixed and motion platforms. It is planned for the simulator models to be located on the ground floor of the building which has substantial concrete footings and flooring. You will be required to identify in your final submission of any additional flooring that is required to be placed on the concrete to prevent any disturbance of the user experience. The classroom desktop sessions are likely to be on the first floor mezzanine level which is due to be constructed. Also during the pricing stage you will be required to identify minimum operating temperatures for all of the equipment. It is likely that the hanger location of the simulators will have temperatures falling below +150C (590F) and as such you will be required in your final submission to advise on any design suggestions to overcome any drop in temperature. Attached with this tender document is the existing floor plan layout of the hanger section of the building.

North and South Lanarkshire Council City Deal Information Event for SME's

South Lanarkshire Council | Published October 26, 2015
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Small and medium size businesses (SMEs) in the Glasgow and Clyde Valley area can find out for free how they might share in over a billion pounds worth of investment being delivered through the City Deal. The Glasgow and Clyde Valley City Deal is an agreement between the UK Government, the Scottish Government and the Councils for North and South Lanarkshire, Glasgow City, Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire, East and West Dunbartonshire and Inverclyde. Over the next 20 years a total of 26 projects will be put out to contract under the umbrella of City Deal generating countless opportunities for SMEs to benefit as subcontractors delivering all kinds of goods and services. The Supplier Development Programme (SDP), the tender training programme for Scotland, will be working closely with the City Deal team to offer support to SMEs to develop the skills they need to identify and bid for those opportunities. In its first major City Deal event the SDP along with North and South Lanarkshire Council is to host a free information event for SME’s. Taking place in The Banqueting Suite at South Lanarkshire Council’s Headquarters in Hamilton the event has three key goals: - To ensure SMEs know about the opportunities City Deal is bringing - To advise those businesses on how to be ready to benefit from City Deal - To raise awareness about SDP and the support it can offer Throughout the morning of Friday 6th November the City Deal Supplier Engagement Event will feature speakers from both Lanarkshire Councils and SDP who will provide an overview of what the £1.13 billion City Deal will mean for Lanarkshire and how local businesses can prepare themselves for the opportunities that will arise. There will also be a mini trade fair with representatives from each of the 8 City Deal council areas available to discuss up and coming and potential projects in their areas and business support agencies will be on hand to advise of the next steps to take. Places are however limited so booking through the SDP website is essential: www.sdpscotland.co.uk/events/glasgow-and-clyde-valley-city-deal-supplier-event-lanarkshire/

Gym Membership Sales Consultancy

South Lanarkshire Council | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline March 16, 2017
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South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd (SLLC) are seeking to develop the sales of fitness memberships through a multi-media approach, including marketing, social media presence and staff engagement. It is anticipated that the staff engagement section of the approach will include the provision of training for SLLC staff in areas such as sales and customer service. . SLLC has 20 Gyms and has been experiencing a general downturn in membership numbers and thus associated income in the last 12 months and is seeking to reverse this trend. . A supplier is being sought to work in partnership with SLLC on these areas of the business with the aim of achieving improved membership sales. . The contract duration shall be three years with SLLC option to extend for up to one year. .

Maintenance of Corporate Telephone Network

South Lanarkshire Council | Published March 25, 2015
Winner
Unify Enterprise Communications Ltd
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50332000, 50334110, 50334120, 50334130, 32500000

South Lanarkshire Council’s Information Technology Services function provides centralised IT services to its Resources, the Lanarkshire Joint Valuation Board and the South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd. The Council’s corporate telephone network supports desk-to-desk dialling and in and outbound access to/from the public telephone network for approximately 4,600 extensions across twelve sites served by Siemens iSDX private branch exchanges of small, medium and large scale. These systems are nearing end of life and a programme of work to replace them is underway; an additional 1,400 extensions are currently delivered via Cisco Systems VoIP technologies. However, the Council wishes to ensure the on-going availability and operation of the legacy iSDX systems for a period of up to three years from April 2015, and so intends to appoint a suitably accredited, experienced and capable partner for maintenance services. The appointed contractor will be responsible for delivering the following services: '-' A tailored break fix maintenance service to an agreed Service Level for response and resolution of faults on the Council’s iSDX systems, associated interface modules, power supplies and battery backup '-' Secure remote monitoring of system alarms and proactive response to service outages, including the reporting and management of outages on connected third party services (inter-site private circuits, PSTN trunks, fixed-to-mobile integration) '-' Supply of system modules, processors and accessories '-' Maintenance of system software, including the identification and application of applicable patches provided by the manufacturer '-' Proactive system inspection and reporting of required remedial actions, including Health and Safety compliance issues '-' Service management reporting – contract activities, service level compliance, change controls, H&S exceptions etc. '-' Consultancy and engineering assistance in the development of services delivered from the corporate telephone network '-' Electronic billing of maintenance and supply services The scope of the maintenance service is subject to changes to the Council’s business priorities and funding and its value will reduce over the term of the contract as the iSDX systems are decommissioned. The Council has identified a maximum budget of 58000GBP per annum for the contract, the value of which over the three year period is estimated to be 160000GBP. However, these values are purely indicative and should not be interpreted as a guarantee of actual contract value. CPV: 50332000, 50334110, 50334120, 50334130, 32500000.

Maintenance of Corporate Telephone Network.

South Lanarkshire Council | Published March 31, 2015
Winner
Unify Enterprise Communications Ltd
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50332000, 50334110, 50334120, 50334130, 32500000

South Lanarkshire Council's Information Technology Services function provides centralised IT services to its Resources, the Lanarkshire Joint Valuation Board and the South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd. The Council's corporate telephone network supports desk-to-desk dialling and in and outbound access to/from the public telephone network for approximately 4 600 extensions across 12 sites served by Siemens iSDX private branch exchanges of small, medium and large scale. These systems are nearing end of life and a programme of work to replace them is underway; an additional 1 400 extensions are currently delivered via Cisco Systems VoIP technologies. However, the Council wishes to ensure the on-going availability and operation of the legacy iSDX systems for a period of up to 3 years from April 2015, and so intends to appoint a suitably accredited, experienced and capable partner for maintenance services. The appointed contractor will be responsible for delivering the following services: — A tailored break fix maintenance service to an agreed Service Level for response and resolution of faults on the Council's iSDX systems, associated interface modules, power supplies and battery backup — Secure remote monitoring of system alarms and proactive response to service outages, including the reporting and management of outages on connected third party services (inter-site private circuits, PSTN trunks, fixed-to-mobile integration); — Supply of system modules, processors and accessories; — Maintenance of system software, including the identification and application of applicable patches provided by the manufacturer; — Proactive system inspection and reporting of required remedial actions, including Health and Safety compliance issues; — Service management reporting — contract activities, service level compliance, change controls, H&S exceptions etc.; — Consultancy and engineering assistance in the development of services delivered from the corporate telephone network; — Electronic billing of maintenance and supply services. The scope of the maintenance service is subject to changes to the Council's business priorities and funding and its value will reduce over the term of the contract as the iSDX systems are decommissioned. The Council has identified a maximum budget of 58 000 GBP per annum for the contract, the value of which over the 3 year period is estimated to be 160 000 GBP. However, these values are purely indicative and should not be interpreted as a guarantee of actual contract value.

Maintenance of Corporate Telephone Network

South Lanarkshire Council | Published October 6, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014
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50332000, 50334110, 50334120, 50334130, 32500000

South Lanarkshire Council’s Information Technology Services function provides centralised IT services to its Resources, the Lanarkshire Joint Valuation Board and the South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd. The Council’s corporate telephone network supports desk-to-desk dialling and in and outbound access to/from the public telephone network for approximately 4,600 extensions across twelve sites served by Siemens iSDX private branch exchanges of small, medium and large scale. These systems are nearing end of life and a programme of work to replace them is underway; an additional 1,400 extensions are currently delivered via Cisco Systems VoIP technologies. However, the Council wishes to ensure the on-going availability and operation of the legacy iSDX systems for a period of up to three years from April 2015, and so intends to appoint a suitably accredited, experienced and capable partner for maintenance services. The appointed contractor will be responsible for delivering the following services: '-' A tailored break fix maintenance service to an agreed Service Level for response and resolution of faults on the Council’s iSDX systems, associated interface modules, power supplies and battery backup '-' Secure remote monitoring of system alarms and proactive response to service outages, including the reporting and management of outages on connected third party services (inter-site private circuits, PSTN trunks, fixed-to-mobile integration) '-' Supply of system modules, processors and accessories '-' Maintenance of system software, including the identification and application of applicable patches provided by the manufacturer '-' Proactive system inspection and reporting of required remedial actions, including Health and Safety compliance issues '-' Service management reporting – contract activities, service level compliance, change controls, H&S exceptions etc. '-' Consultancy and engineering assistance in the development of services delivered from the corporate telephone network '-' Electronic billing of maintenance and supply services The scope of the maintenance service is subject to changes to the Council’s business priorities and funding and its value will reduce over the term of the contract as the iSDX systems are decommissioned. The Council has identified a maximum budget of 58000GBP per annum for the contract, the value of which over the three year period is estimated to be 160000GBP. However, these values are purely indicative and should not be interpreted as a guarantee of actual contract value. CPV: 50332000, 50334110, 50334120, 50334130, 32500000.

Maintenance services of telecommunications equipment

South Lanarkshire Council | Published January 27, 2017
Winner
Provista UK Ltd
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50330000

The Supply, Maintenance and Monitoring of Network Hardware and Ad-hoc Procurement of IP Handsets.

The Council's outline requirements are as follows:

— The ability to source and supply a range of network equipment directly from a variety of manufacturers. The current equipment range is highlighted in Attachment 10 of the tender documentation.

— Refresh/replacement of existing network equipment at the Council's discretion.

— Product solution and lifecycle updates to ensure that the Council is aware and informed of product developments.

— Benchmarking of prices throughout the duration of the contract.

— Build and installation of the network equipment to any location in South Lanarkshire approved by the Council or to shared data centre hosting facilities some of which may be outside the South Lanarkshire Council area.

— The use of automated tools to roll out pre-configured builds to networked equipment.

— Support of network equipment.

.....Operating system.

.....Software licence management.

.....Hardware and software asset management.

.....Network & performance management.

.....Fault and warranty management.

.....Participation in problem management.

.....Moves and changes.

.....Patch management notification.

— Effective use of relevant new and emerging technologies which will enable the Council to meet its business objectives.

— Preparedness to work with the Council to deliver solutions in a flexible way and to explore ways to reduce service costs throughout the duration of the contract.

— Identify efficiencies through innovation in the delivery of the required supplies and services.

— Contract, programme, project and account management including:

.....service proposals to address the specified requirements.

.....service level agreements.

.....quarterly reporting.

.....continuous improvement plans.

.....annual performance appraisal.

— Quarterly invoicing.

— Consultancy services.

The following optional services may be required from time to time:

— Extended operating hours.

— Patch management.

— Supply and quarterly billing of Cisco Unified Communications Manager software maintenance and support.

— Supply and quarterly billing of Cisco Contact Centre Express software maintenance and support.

— Supply and quarterly billing of Cisco Meraki hardware and software maintenance and support.

The estimated annual value for support services is 87 000 GBP; in addition to an average annual product spend of 270 000 GBP. Therefore the estimated value of the contract over the whole contract life including any extension period is 2 142 000 GBP. This value is purely indicative and should not be interpreted as a guarantee of contract value. It should be noted that requirements for the Services may vary over the contract period.

IT software development services

SEEMIS Group LLP | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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72212517

SEEMiS Group LLP (‘SEEMiS’)is a Limited Liability Partnership owned and managed by Scotland's 32 local authorities. SEEMiS is seeking to co-develop a replacement system for the existing education management system used throughout Scotland by Educational Establishments.

SEEMiS is seeking a co-developer, to develop a replacement for its existing Management Information System (‘Existing MiS’). The replacement exercise is known as the ‘Next Generation’ project, and the replacement system is known as the ‘Next Generation System’.

Existing MiS

The Existing MiS is used by all of Scotland's 32 local authorities in order to manage their nurseries, primary schools and secondary schools. It is accessed by 47 000 active users, and processes records for 2 500 schools/nurseries and 670 000 active students.

Each of the 32 local authorities is a member of SEEMiS (each a ‘Member’).

The Existing MiS holds the ‘Golden Record’ for all children in Scottish Local Authority education, from nursery through to completion of their education. It holds several million additional, archived records.

The Existing MiS has been in operation for a number of years.

It is based on a range of technologies including SQL Server, JAVA, JBoss and Glassfish. It delivers a solution providing, but not limited to, the following key functionality:-

— Core School Administration — Enrolments & Placements, Student Records, Attendance, Timetabling, Staff Records, School Calendar, Staff Allocation, Notifications & Messaging, Behaviour Support etc.;

— Payment Management & Associated Feeds — Processing of applications for e.g. EMA, Clothing & Grants etc.;

— Wellbeing — Planning and Supporting the wellbeing of children;

Business Intelligence — Management Information reporting on finance, SQA results, Attendance, Census etc.;

— Nursery Administration — Management of nurseries including applications;

— Monitoring and Reporting — Pupil attainment monitoring and reporting;

— Supply Teacher Booking — Records of supply teachers and associated booking; and

— Pupil Transport — Administration of home to school transport.

Some of the technologies used in the Existing MiS are approaching end of life in terms of supportability.

Next Generation System

The Next Generation System will replace the Existing MiS. As such it will need to provide much of the same functionality.

SEEMiS will be the lead for all customer/Member engagement, including the elicitation of detailed functional requirements. SEEMiS will: i) conduct engagements with its customers/Members prior to the start date of the anticipated contract under this procurement (‘the Contract’); and ii) engage with the successful bidder (‘the Supplier’) to formulate a final agreed work programme for the Contract.

The Next Generation System should be a ‘best of breed’ solution that will build upon the high standards of service currently delivered and that will be responsive to emerging and future Local Authority/Education sector requirements.

Fundamental to the Next Generation System is the provision of open standard based API's that will allow for best of breed, secure integration to Member and third party systems / products.

The Next Generation System must allow for rapid development of additional modules by SEEMIS, and should support a multi-tenant architecture (each of the 32 Members being the data controller for their own data).

SEEMIS needs to be able to further develop/configure Next Generation System after the contract work advertised here is complete. The Next Generation System will have a minimum expected life of 10 years from go-live. That go live is scheduled for 24 months after the start date of the Contract.