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CSW/COV - Business Rates Identification Service

Coventry City Council (COV) | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
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66171000, 79212100, 79400000

The Council wishes to appoint a contractor to help it ensure that its business rates database is up to date and accurate, both in terms of the inclusion of relevant businesses and hereditaments and the appropriate rateable values are recorded for existing liabilities.

Leeds City Region Business Survey 2017

LEP | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
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73000000

West Yorkshire Combined Authority wishes to procure a telephone survey during June/July 2017 to collect views from a representative sample of businesses across the Leeds City Region / Yorkshire and Humber Region.

The purpose of the survey is to provide a snapshot view of business confidence, investment experiences and intentions; and will provide the LEP and the Local Authorities that lie within the survey area with a significant level of detail about the issues currently affecting businesses in their local areas.

The findings of the survey will be used not only for information, monitoring and reporting purposes, but to also inform policy and project/programme design to better meet business needs across the Leeds City Region.

The results of the survey will support the LEP in monitoring and reporting progress to Government against its Strategic Economic Plan and Growth Deal objectives.

Dynamic Purchasing System - Business coaching/mentoring services for SME's

Cornwall College | Published August 6, 2016  -  Deadline August 2, 2020
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79998000, 79400000

Cornwall College Further Education Corporation are inviting suppliers to participate in a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of the following business coaching services in a range business sectors:
• Mentoring Services.
• Workshop Delivery Services.
• Expert Speaker Service.

Typically the services shall be delivered to small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s) located in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, however the College may require suppliers to provide the services throughout the UK.

The DPS will be managed by the College’s e-tendering system In-Tend https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cornwall/ and shall remain open from 5th August 2016 for a maximum duration of four years.

In order to obtain additional detail about this DPS an interested supplier must register and express an interest in this requirement via In-Tend, thereafter Stage 1 - Request to Participate which includes full detail of the DPS tender process, an overview of the College's requirements and the Supplier Questionnaire shall be be released to the interested supplier.

Startup Summer Bootcamp - Support Programme

Procurement Department | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline April 30, 2017
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80000000, 79410000, 80532000, 79400000

Startup Summer Bootcamp is a youth, student and graduate Start-Up support programme. It is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Successful participants benefit from a variety of workshops, networking opportunities, tailored mentoring, business grant and office space at the University of Worcester.

Research conducted indicated that students as a whole felt under-prepared and under-equipped to start a business. Barriers to entry included: a perceived lack of business knowledge, lack of funds, lack of contacts and little encouragement from others. A lack of confidence was also cited particularly among females.
The programme will have the following outcomes:
• Provide a tailored programme of support for young people wanting to start a business
• Support on average 50 startups each year
• Support 150 startups over the project
• Provide over 300 hours of programmed support per delegate
• Ensure a growth in youth entrepreneurship within the country
• Support the growth in self employment and business startup community

The impact for each delegate will be:
• Developing skills in techniques to start a business
• Creating a knowledge base of resources available
• Creation of a plan to launch their idea
• Validating their idea with retail opportunities
• Creating an action plan to leverage opportunities within the county

We are seeking training providers to deliver half day (4 hours) workshops as listed below. Trainer providers may tender for as many Lots as relevant. However you must be able to demonstrate you are able to deliver all of the workshops in each Lot. You must be available to deliver on the dates where indicated. We will be awarding a contract to one training provider per Lot.

We anticipate each workshop will be run a minimum of twice during the contract period. Typically workshops will be for 40 – 60 students and graduates and will be held at University of Worcester.

Workshops include :-

Ideation, Venture Formation, Finance, Marketing & Sales - full details of the requirements are in the main tender documentation



Travel Insurance Services

 | Published April 22, 2017  -  Deadline May 17, 2017
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66000000, 66512100, 66510000

The University is pleased to invite tenders for a provision of insurance covers from 1 August 2017. The Tender is divided into two Lots, according to the type of cover required (Document 3).

The University requires that responses and tendered prices given, should be set out individually for each Lot. If a Tenderer is only offering cover for a “package” of Lots / policies (rather than individual policies) then they must categorically state and identify the “package” basis.

The following documents are provided to assist you with completing your tender return:

• Lot 1: Personal Accident & Business Travel Policy – STAFF, POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS & UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ON SHORT-TERM VISITS
• Lot 2: Personal Accident & Business Travel Policy – LONG-TERM STUDENT STUDY OR WORK PLACEMENTS INCLUDING SUMMER SCHOOLS & INTERNSHIPS


The Grimsby Institute - Purchase & Installation of CRM System

The Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 7, 2017
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48810000, 48614000, 32427000

The Grimsby Institute Group is a leading provider of education and training to the 16-18 years, 19+ adult, higher education and business to business markets. Based in North East Lincolnshire, the Group also has brands and campuses in Scarborough, North Yorkshire and Skegness in Lincolnshire.

In addition the Group provided training and development to businesses (www.commercial training.co.uk), operates Estuary TV as a wholly-owned subsidiary (www.estuary.tv) and has other commercial activities which includes the Food Refrigeration & Process Engineering Research Centre (www.grimsby.ac.uk/frperc/index.php).
The Group have identified the need for a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system for the following reasons:
• To identify new business opportunities
• To inform strategy and decision making
• To establish a central store of information on customers who enquire and apply to the college. Although this will be largely individuals in the first instance, customers could also be businesses, funding bodies, other external agencies etc
• To ensure relationship management with customers is coherent
• To transform customer service
• To maintain a competitive advantage
• To assist with tactical marketing planning


The successful supplier will be required to work with the Group’s core project team for implementation. Appendix 4 details the system requirements. Please read the instructions on the front page of that document and complete as fully as possible within this document. No additional documents should be appended.

There are a number of teams within the Group that will be using this system with the main users as follows:

Group marketing team
MIS -
Learner Services
Workforce Skills*
Modal Training*
Estuary TV
Lincolnshire College Group – for obvious reasons these will need access into the system from their Lincoln based campus sites.

The points suffixed with a * means that these are wholly owned subsidiary companies of the Group.

SCC NC Professional Highways Services

Surrey County Council | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline July 2, 2017
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71311210, 71353000, 71631480, 71330000, 79311400, 71400000, 71311200, 71318000, 71353100, 71631000, 71631400, 71631450, 71351811, 71631460, 79311100, 79311000, 71312000, 90713000, 71320000, 71313410, 71800000, 71242000, 71332000, 71324000, 71510000, 71322500

Surrey County Council is seeking to appoint a single strategic framework Consultant to provide a wide range of multidisciplinary services for Lot 1 and multiple suppliers for Lot 2 Services.

Lot 1 - Professional Services – will include provision of resources (specialists) to deliver Preliminary and Detailed Design for infrastructure projects, major transport civil projects and other schemes. The consultancy services under this Lot will be provided in the form of business analysis and development alongside contract development and support.

Lot 2 – Specialist Technical Services – will cover provision of ad-hoc technical support and general professional advice and technical assessments.

The framework be let for 4 years (initial term of 2 years with an option to extend by a further period of 2 years).

PUR1510/01 PROVISION OF EXCEL SPREADSHEET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE TOOL

 | Published April 10, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
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INVITATION TO TENDER

PUR1510/01 PROVISION OF EXCEL SPREADSHEET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE TOOL

The EBRD is seeking to select and implement a tool that will assist the business to identify critical spreadsheets and periodically evaluate the adequacy of controls over those spreadsheets, in particular concerning the accuracy of the information contained therein.

Interested companies are hereby invited to review the Request for Proposals contained within the link below.  

The deadline for submissions is 17:00 BST 5th May 2017

PUR1510/01 PROVISION OF EXCEL SPREADSHEET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE TOOL

Ad-Hoc Market Research Services

Nottingham Trent University | Published April 20, 2017  -  Deadline May 23, 2017
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79310000

Nottingham Trent University has a business requirement for Market Research Services, to be provided by the supplier(s) on an ad-hoc basis. One of the main objectives of this tender exercise is to obtain services to enhance those provided by the in-house team, for example, suppliers with specialist resources/techniques and staff with specialist skills.

The University seeks the following market research Quantitative and Qualitative services accordingly:-

Quantitative Services:-

Telephone Surveys
Online Surveys

Qualitative Services:-

Focus Group / Workshops (face to face)
Online Focus Groups / Online Communities
Depth Interviews (face to face and teledepths)
Website usability research
Mystery shopping

Pseudo Framework for Spot Provision of Home Care Services for Zone 1 in Gateshead

Gateshead Council | Published May 3, 2016  -  Deadline October 1, 2018
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85000000

This spot home care provision is to support the Council contract for Home Care services.  The opportunity for Providers to be appointed to the Pseudo Framework will remain open until 1st October 2018 or until the Council, in its absolute discretion, considers sufficient providers to have been appointed to meet its total need for Home Care provision.

Therefore, please submit your tender documents at your soonest convenience to enable you to be added to the Pseudo Framework and receive calls for competition. 

The Council will evaluate submissions strictly in the order received and will appoint to Pseudo Framework all providers submitting compliant bids in that order.  Packages will initially be allocated to fill providers existing capacity in the order in which providers are appointed to the Pseudo Framework. 

Thereafter, Providers will bid for provision as and when a package becomes available through this arrangement and packages will be awarded to the Provider submitting earliest compliant response to the Call for Further Competition.  There is no guarantee of any business under any contract awarded.   

 

National Training Services Provider Framework Agreement

NEUPC Ltd (North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium) | Published March 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 7, 2017
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80000000


The Framework will provide a highly competitive training services provider agreement for use by member institutions of six participating HE purchasing consortia in the UK. Primarily this will focus on standard training courses commonly required for staff development by member institutions. Standard training is defined as off the shelf, repeat or readily available training programmes which in some cases may require a degree of tailoring or adaption to suit the University’s culture or needs. Lots include:

Lot 1: IT and Project Management
Lot 2: Leadership and Management
Lot 3: Personal Development
Lot 4: Professional Qualifications
Lot 5: Registered Apprenticeship Training Providers
Lot 6: Standard and Compliance
Lot 7: Managed Training Service Provider


The Northern Universities Purchasing Consortium (NEUPC) manages framework agreements for its members in the HE and FE sectors. For this Framework, NEUPC is lead organisation for other HE Consortia NWUPC, LUPC, SUPC, HEPCW and APUC. A full list of members is available on the individual consortia websites. No level of business is guaranteed under any resulting agreement and there is no guarantee that any framework will be put in place. Any values stated are estimates based on historical spend. Providers should take part in the process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

Media Buying Agency Framework Agreement

 | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 7, 2017
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79340000, 79341200, 79342100, 79341400, 79341100

Marketing Birmingham Limited (Company Registration No: 01631329) (“Marketing Birmingham”) is a company limited by guarantee. It is a strategic marketing partnership and focuses on three business themes (i) investment, (ii) the visitor economy and (iii) strategic marketing. For more information please visit – www.marketingbirmingham.com.

Marketing Birmingham further acts as an economic development and promotions agency undertaking long term Service Level Agreement contracts.

Client examples include: Birmingham City Council; the European Regional Development Fund; Finance Birmingham, West Midlands Combined Authority Partners (WMCA), Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership. Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership, Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership, Local Authorities Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton

Alongside this, Marketing Birmingham is also commissioned on a project by project basis by clients across the Midlands areas. These can range from consumer and business activity, across key sectors and geographic markets - regional, domestic and international.

Marketing Birmingham is funded by both the public and private sectors including:
• Birmingham City Council
• England 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme
• Government initiatives, such as the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and national Challenge Funds
• West Midlands Combined Authority Partners (WMCA)
- Local Enterprise Partnerships
- Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP
- Coventry and Warwickshire LEP
- Black Country LEP
- Local Authorities
- Birmingham
- Coventry
- Dudley
- Sandwell
- Solihull
- Walsall
- Wolverhampton
• Midlands Engine Partners
• National trade organisations – DIT, Visit Britain and Visit England
• More than 400 private sector partners from across all business sectors

Marketing Birmingham receives funds from the England 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme. As part of which Marketing Birmingham is contracted to:
• Directly support and attract 45 FDI SMEs
• Attract 466 SMEs to the project area
• Create 216 jobs in SMEs supported or attracted
• Secure additional inward investment worth £900,000

Marketing Birmingham is a contracting authority for the purposes of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (“the 2015 Regulations”).

Marketing Birmingham has issued this Invitation to Tender (“ITT”) to establish a framework (“the Contract”) for media buying services (“the Services”). An open procurement procedure is being followed.

Tenderers should note that elements of the Services that may be called off from the Contract may be partially funded by the England 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme referred to above.

Marketing Birmingham is procuring on its own behalf. Marketing Birmingham will be working with the partners identified below (the “Partners”) (and so the provision of the Services may benefit them) but will be the only contracting authority that will call off from the Contract.
• Birmingham City Council
• West Midlands Combined Authority Partners
- Local Enterprise Partnerships
- Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP
- Coventry and Warwickshire LEP
- Black Country LEP
- Local Authorities
- Birmingham
- Coventry
- Dudley
- Sandwell
- Solihull
- Walsall
- Wolverhampton
• Midlands Engine Partners
• Finance Birmingham
• HS2
• GBSLEP (Greater Birmingham and Solihull)
• GBSLEP Growth Hub

This contract may also be used by Marketing Birmingham to benefit the following projects, subject to a successful bid outcomes: Arts Council England ‘Cultural Destinations’ fund ‘Animating the Waterways of the Midlands’; and Visit Britain / Visit England ‘Discover England Fund’ ‘Majestic Waterways Round 2’ project, 2017-2019, and any contracted partners to these projects.

The aim of the Tender is to appoint one supplier to establish a single Supplier Framework Agreement for the delivery of media buying and related support services to Marketing Birmingham and their clients. As noted above the only contractual relationships will be with Marketing Birmingham.

Media buying services are required to fulfil the plans carried out by Marketing Birmingham, covering a range of third party contracts through which it delivers a range of marketing activity. Services will vary across the key working areas of Marketing Birmingham, which include leisure and business tourism, inward investment and strategic marketing.
Duration of the Framework

The Framework will be in place for a period of four years from commencement. It is anticipated that the Framework will commence on Friday 2nd June 2017 and end on Friday 4th June 2021. Final dates will be confirmed to successful Tenderer.

Marketing Birmingham intends to appoint one supplier to establish a single Supplier Framework. Due to the nature of the media buying services required and the necessity to deliver cohesive, multi-platform and multi-date activity, it would be to the detriment of the value, timing and ability to deliver successful activity if the process saw Marketing Birmingham issuing multiple briefs to multiple organisations across a number of Lots.

Please refer to the ITT and supporting documentation for the full specification, process and timescales. To access the ITT, all suppliers MUST visit the Marketing Birmingham e-Procurement system to register interest and submit a tender bid.

e-Procurement https://in-tendhost.co.uk/marketingbirmingham/aspx/Home

Please note the deadline for full submission as outlined in the ITT is no later than 12:00 noon BST on Monday 8th May 2017

NHS West Hampshire Community Adult Audiology AQP

NHS West Hampshire CCG | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline May 22, 2017
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85121240

West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group intends to procure delivery of adult hearing aid provision services. This process includes re opening of the over 55 age related hearing loss LQP and additional activity for 19 years and over. The activity includes direct access Audiometry or GP direct hearing assessment, for patients 19 years and over.

Direct access audiometry or GP direct hearing assessment, 19 years and over; Fitting of Hearing Aid (s), adult - routine or complex; Follow-up, Adult, Face to Face (hearing aid related); Aftercare (hearing aids); Follow-up, Non Face to Face (hearing aid related); Rehabilitative Audiology Service; and One to One - Adult Hearing aids.

Instructions for Registering on the SoEPS Commissioning Support In-tend e-Tendering Portal
1. Browse to the SoEPS Commissioning Support portal – https://in-tendhost.co.uk/soepscommissioning
2. Click the “Register” link on the left-hand side of the page.
3. Enter your correct business and user details.
4. Note the email address chosen and Click “Register My Company” when complete.
5. You will receive an email with your unique password (keep this secure).
6. Login to the portal with the username/password.
7. You will be prompted to change your password on first login.
Once registered, you should be able to access the project “F8306 Audiology AQP” where you will find the draft specification document within the description tab of the project (synopsis) for your information. Please note:


Consultancy Service on Preparation of National Strategy for English Language Education Development

Ethiopia | Published April 20, 2017  -  Deadline May 6, 2017
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It goes without saying that the recent phenomena related to globalization and world competitiveness have resulted in a major and multifarious transition in terms of business, education, science, and technological progress. They call for provision of quality education at all levels. To this effect, the Ministry of Education (MoE) of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE) has made vigorous efforts in producing qualified and competitive human capital to be deployed in all fields of professional careers. This is expected to happen chiefly through education and training, which today are seen as ever more critical to fuelling the effort of becoming middle-income country. In the current Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP II) and Education Sector Development Programme (ESDP V) documents, education is stated as a major vehicle to drive the country’s economic growth and development.

If education is the key to development, then English is the key to Ethiopian education since the curriculum is delivered through the medium of English in some second cycle of primary schooling and throughout secondary and higher education. Although enrolment rates have increased dramatically over recent years, the quality of the education provided has been called into question. With the launch of the General Education Quality Improvement Programme (GEQIP) in 2008, the focus across the education spectrum was geared towards quality and therefore the role played by English as a subject as well as medium of instruction becomes central.

The idea behind teaching English starting from grade one is to allow children to experience English language in their early ages. So they will have adequate proficiency of English skills by the time they complete their eight year primary education where they may either join the broad based agricultural and informal work force or continue their general secondary education which is taught in English. Besides, the potential advantage of being proficient in English for communications and global partnerships and for improved public diplomacy and business has been well envisioned in the education and training policy.

Considering the multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-linguistic realities of Ethiopia, and being well conscious of the advantages of citizens’ being multilingual for broader employment and other opportunities in the national and international labour markets, the policy has also addressed bi-and multi-lingualism in which children should have access to learn other local languages as their second and third languages and other foreign languages such as French, Arabic and so forth based on their interest.

However, there hasn’t been a comprehensive national strategic guidance hitherto to support the implementation of the policy at grass root levels. Therefore, the Ministry of Education has decided to prepare a national strategy for mother tongue and English language education development in line with the umbrella national vision of achieving a middle income economy by 2025.As a result, this strategic activity of language education development has been planned to be accomplished as part of the second Growth and Transformation Plan and ESDPV which emphasize on improved mother tongue and English languages skill proficiency of both teachers and students.

For expedited and timely completion of the English language education development national strategy, it has become necessary to undertake procurement of a competent consultancy firm experienced in the development of policy, strategy and planning of English languages education in multi-lingual, multi-ethnic and multicultural countries such as Ethiopia.

Superfast Broadband Project 3

Regeneration - Business Investment | Published April 1, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
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32412100, 32000000, 45232300, 72720000, 51300000, 51340000, 45231600, 64210000

The Central Superfast Partnership seeks to invite suitably qualified organisations to support the roll-out of Superfast Broadband infrastructure to achieve 100% coverage across Bedfordshire, Milton Keynes and Luton.


Please note timeline with regards to questions and submission dates.

All communication/correspondence and clarifications must be sent via the In-tend portal.

Deadline for receipt of Expressions of Interest / Code of Conduct is by close of business on Tuesday 2nd May 2017.

Deadline for the receipt of electronic Tenders is 12 noon on Friday 23rd June 2017.

Completed Tenders should be submitted electronically, by the due date via our “in-tend” electronic tendering system. Tenders must be uploaded via the “My Return” section of the system. Tenders submitted through the correspondence facility will not be considered.

Please ensure that you inform us of your decision to participate. To submit a response, you will be required to Opt In.

Opt In- This will confirm to us of your involvement and your intention to submit a return.

Opt Out- This will confirm to us that you are not submitting a return. You will be able to provide a reason as to your decision and have the option to cease any system-generated communication. You will be able to opt back in at any point.

The Council will provide as much support and information as it can to help guide you through the Tender process. Questions asked together with the response, will be made available to all suppliers tendering, to ensure a fair and consistent approach to all. If there is anything you are not sure of or need clarification of, then please contact us using the correspondence facility within the In-tend electronic tendering system.

Please view the 'Clarification' tab for any updates or responses to questions asked.

FWK1103-Framework for the Provision of Furniture

Strategic Estates | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
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39000000

The House of Lords and House of Commons wish to create a bicameral Parliamentary Framework which will provide for the supply and installation of office furniture and ancillary furniture services across the Parliamentary Estate.

The single source supplier will work closely with the Strategic Estates, In House Services (House of Commons) and the Department of Facilities (House of Lords) teams to deliver a quality, space efficient working environment.

The Framework is for a period of three years, with the potential to extend by one year under the same terms. The maximum framework duration will be four years.

At approximately 260,000m2 the Parliamentary Estate covers a significant area of Westminster and is much larger than the Palace itself. The Estate houses approximately 5,800 employees with differing workstyles and furniture requirements; in addition the Estate has thousands of visitors each year from tourists and school parties to those on Parliamentary business and international delegates.
Much of the furniture on the Estate has been in continuous use for more than twenty or thirty years, and is beyond economic repair or reuse. As part of a general programme of building upgrade works (mechanical, electrical and security) furniture is being replaced where appropriate and necessary to improve space usage and building efficiency. By upgrading furniture to modern standards the Authority wishes to create an inclusive environment that is welcoming to all.
The estimated value range of the Framework is between £4.7 million and £11.5million. The total cost will depend on the number of buildings on the Parliamentary Estate refurbished during the Framework period. Several buildings have been identified for building upgrade works and other refurbishment projects are dependent on programmed projects being completed.

Health Innovation Campus Phase 1 Principal Contractor

Estate Management Dept | Published March 24, 2017  -  Deadline May 17, 2017
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45000000, 45200000, 45100000, 45300000, 45400000

The Authority is utilising the Open procurement procedure to procure a Principal Contractor (to deliver both design and build works and services, through what is commonly termed in industry as a single stage process (e.g., all information necessary to calculate and submit final pricing is available as part of this procurement process). The Authority intends to let a contract (JCT Design and Build Contract (2011) with amendments) comprising: (A) The construction of an Innovation Hub (phase 1) (circa 8,000sqm), providing a ‘platform’ for open innovation, drawing together innovators, academics, health and care providers, businesses and members of the public to co-create and co-evaluate innovations designed to improve health and healthcare. Innovation Hub is to be located on a previously undeveloped green field zone immediately adjacent to the north boundary of the existing Bailrigg Campus, Lancaster. (B) Academic accommodation designed to enable inter-disciplinary working and to allow the relocation and expansion of the Faculty of Health and Medicine (phase 1), housing the Medical School, the Division of Health Research, the Centre for Education, Training and Development and Faculty Offices. The remainder of the Faculty would be incorporated in phase 2. (C) Business space focused on SMEs (phase 1), but open to all commercial businesses, creating opportunities for co-location and collaboration with the University, other businesses and healthcare providers. (D) The construction of a new highway junction off the A6 (S278 Works) and a new access road into the development (S38 Works).
Net construction cost - approximately £25-£30 million excluding Fees and VAT.
The Authority is procuring in advance of critical public funds. It is anticipated works to be delivered under this planned contract will be part funded by the Lancashire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and the European Regional Development Fund Programme 2014 to 2020. The Authority cannot guarantee that a contract will be entered into, or that work will commence or progress in the absence of this funding being secured. The Authority anticipates confirmation of funding to be obtained by July 2017. Tenderers must therefore assume that all costs and expenses are “at Risk” until the contract is signed and funding secured. The Authority will have no responsibility for any costs or expenses should the tender or project be abandoned for any reason before contract signature.

Occupational Health Services Dynamic Purchasing System

University of Surrey | Published October 20, 2016  -  Deadline October 12, 2026
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71317200, 85140000, 85147000, 85100000, 75122000

The University of Surrey (“the University”) is pleased to invite suitably qualified organisations to apply to join this Dynamic Purchasing System for the provision of Occupational Health (“OH”) Physicians in accordance Regulation 34 of the Public Contract Regulations 2015.

The Robens Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (the Robens) is a wholly owned enterprise unit of the University of Surrey. As such it is a small to medium sized OH service provider to a number of customer organisations, mainly in London and the South East of England. Many of Robens customers require a regular OH Adviser input and, to supplement their skills, the Occupational Physician may work across several customer organisations.

The Robens customer portfolio is largely Higher Education Institutions with local authority, public sector and healthcare also represented. The Robens also runs a very successful travel health clinic at its Guildford site for business and leisure travellers.

As an Enterprise Unit, Robens is actively seeking opportunities to expand its portfolio of clients both in terms of geographical location and services required, and therefore the purpose of this Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) is to;
• establish a list of suitably qualified professional OH practitioners who will be able to support Robens in achieving its objective, and
• to encourage locally based SME’s, as well as larger organisations, to work with Robens to deliver services to their Clients.

The University of Surrey is a charitable body, registered in England, with registration number X3967.

This tender has been issued by the University in accordance with Regulation 34 (Dynamic Purchasing Systems – “DPS”) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

This DPS will run continuously from the award date for a minimum of 6 (six) years, when it will be reviewed to assess whether it is still relevant to the needs of the University. Where the DPS is considered relevant, it will continue in force, subject to 2 year reviews, for a total period of 10 (ten) years. Where the DPS requires substantial change or amendment, a new contract notice will be issued and the DPS will be refreshed. In any event the DPS will expire after a period of 10 (ten) years from the date of award.

Invitation to Tender for the Repairs and Maintenance of Passenger and Goods Lift for Chesterfield Borough Council

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 2017
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42416000

Repairs, Maintenance and servicing of Lifts, including, Passenger, Goods, Platform and Stair lifts in Corporate and Sheltered accommodation. Work shall commence on the contract on the 1st July 2017. The contract will be for a fixed period of 5 years.

How to Express Interest in this Tender:

1. Register your company on the eSourcing portal (this is only required once) - Browse to the eSourcing Portal: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/noecpc and click the link to register - Enter your correct business and user details - Note: your username will be the email address you have entered - you will also then shortly receive an email confirmation.
2. Once registered access the site and from the Home page hover over "Tenders" on the tool bar and select "current tenders" from the drop down options
3. Express Interest in the tender you are interested in - Select `Express Interest` within the Tender Details ( located at the bottom of the synopsis). On doing so, you will instantly have access to the Tender Management area for that tender. Any available documentation will be available via the various relevant tabs. You can access this area at any point by logging in, navigating to `My Tenders` and selecting `View Details`.
4. Responding to the tender - There will be a tab allocated to any tender stage (e.g. SQ and/or ITT). Under the `My Tender Return` area, you will be required to complete any mandatory questionnaires and upload any requested documentation. You can now use the `Correspondence` function to communicate with the buyer and seek any clarification (any clarifications will be found within the `Clarifications` tab). - Note the deadline for completion, then follow the onscreen instructions to complete and submit your response. - There may be a mixture of online and offline actions for you to perform (there is detailed online help available).
You must then submit your reply using the `Submit Return` button at the bottom of the page. If you require any further assistance please consult the online help, or contact the In-tend Support Desk. Alerts will be sent to your request email addresses when any correspondence, alterations or clarifications are issued.

Invitation to Tender for the Provision of Enclosure Integrity Test Remedial Works for Bolsover District Council

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published April 22, 2017  -  Deadline May 25, 2017
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45000000

Bolsover District Council are looking to appoint a contractor to undertake enclosure integrity test remedial works to 2no 1st and 2nd floor server rooms at The Arc, High Street, Clowne, Derbyshire, S43 4JY.

How to Express Interest in this Tender:

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