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NU/1269 Digital Business Innovation Programme

Newcastle University | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017

Creative Fuse North East will unlock the true potential of the creative, digital and tech sectors to drive innovation & growth of the region's economy. Creative Fuse North East will run until October 2018, and we anticipate this activity will run throughout the duration of delivery. CFNE seeks to commission a partner organisation to deliver a business innovation programme, aimed at IT and digital businesses. This applicant will work with existing networks and associations across the sector to create engagement in the project, host a series of events, hackathons, innovation days and activities in Newcastle and deliver a programme of bespoke business innovation which may on occasion draw on the expertise of Newcastle University academics to: o Identify and engage with innovation ready companies o Link identified companies to CFNE and provide assessment of innovation need and potential o Develop innovation development events and activities including hackthons & innovation workshops o Develop bespoke innovation interventions to explore development of new products and services to the business o Deliver all necessary documentation to comply with ERDF funding o Hold monthly project meetings with CFNE Project Manager o Share learning and best practice from the programme across the sector, producing reports and materials for dissemination and open access. o Deliver agreed levels of business engagement and project outputs o Deliver at least two iterations of this activity - one each in 2017 & 2018

NHS Supplier Management - Supplier Boot Camp PIPP & EPRR Logistics: Storage, Distribution and Transport

Nhs Business Services Authority | Published March 27, 2017

THE PRE-MARKET ENGAGEMENT HAS NOW CLOSED AND A REPORT OUTLINING THE FINDINGS IS ATTACHED. At a high level the future services are to warehouse & manage both stock piles, whilst maintaining a ready state for deployment in the event of a Pandemic event or an emergency incident. The future requirement relates to the stockpiles of emergency countermeasures for the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Programme (PIPP) and Emergency Preparedness Resilience and Response (EPRR) Programme in place to provide rapid response and national (Primarily England with some support to the devolved administrations) coverage to either a Pandemic situation or other emergency incident. These programmes are in place to support front line healthcare professionals, as well as providing additional supply capacity to current business as usual healthcare provision; and which require separate stockpiles of clinically identified and approved pharmaceutical products as well as everyday hospital consumables for deployment in such events. This could range from national deployment to predefined locations within England or to specific/restricted geographical deployments anywhere in the country. • PIPP - long term storage of 52,000 pallets and deployed to agreed locations defined on an outbreak. • EPRR - a mixture between long term and strategically located storage (3,250 pallets) to support 5 hour deployment to anywhere within the country. The purpose of this advert is to inform the market operators of a Supplier Boot Camp which the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) is hosting on 14th December 2016 related to the procurement of a contract for the provision of logistic services. The Supplier Boot Camp will consist of a presentation to suppliers via webex and allow for suppliers to raise questions and partake in 121 discussions via conference call. The Boot Camp is one of the NHSBSA's preliminary market consultation activities, its purpose is to give the market a broad indication of the opportunity which the NHSBSA intends to offer and to receive feedback from the market as to the NHSBSA's proposed strategy to procure these services. It is not a call for competition. It is currently intended that a contract notice will be published as a call for competition once the NHSBSA's proposed strategy is fully developed. At the Supplier Boot Camp the NHSBSA will present and then offer all suppliers the opportunity of an individual meeting with members of the project team. These meetings will take place on 14th December 2016. Please register by no later than 12:00 noon on 12th December 2016.
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