Tenders for Sector based Diagnostics, Coordination and PR — there are 3 lots, please refer to attached document in the Tenderbox.
Business support services conducted in the SEMLEP region — refer to tender document attached for ALL information.
Nottinghamshire County Council is seeking a business intelligence and data warehousing partner to work with us — and engage our staff — on this project and in the development of our intelligence and benchmarking hub. Our partner will bring recognised expertise and implement our requirements through a combined team using the partner's and NCC staff.
Nottinghamshire County Council (NCC), on behalf of Newark and Sherwood District Council and Mansfield District Council is seeking to gain an understanding of the market interest and the range of services the market has to offer for the provision of Business Support and Facilities Management Services for its Innovation Centres. NCC currently manages a contract on behalf of the abovementioned partners (also including funding partners BIS and the HCA) that operates Innovation Centres in Mansfield, Newark and Worksop and wishes to review the commercial arrangements for their operation from 1.4.2017. The Innovation Centres are modern business hubs providing businesses with fully serviced offices and workspaces, virtual business services, meeting rooms, on-site cafes and support to help grow businesses via a programme of activities and events and access to business coaches and mentors. NCC and the aforementioned partners are also looking at opportunities to increase the scope of the current contract in terms of the number of partners and the level of collaboration. This could include some Nottingham City Council premises and accordingly their service requirements could form part of this opportunity. NCC is currently assessing the future delivery options for the Innovation Centres. Information received from interested parties will be used to inform the options appraisal for the content, services, structure and duration of future contract(s) with the objective of delivering a future service based upon innovation, best practice and commercial viability. Interested parties will be asked to complete and return a Request for Information Document which contains further information describing the opportunity and are invited to attend a briefing session at Newark Beacon — 1 of the centres contained in the current portfolio on 10.3.2016. To register for the event and view further information please visit www.eastmidstenders.org
The DVSA acts as the regulator for Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs). DVSA has appointed a contractor registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for the administration of disclosures of potential driving instructors (PDIs), existing ADIs and potential driving examiners (DEs) in England, Scotland and Wales.
The contract will provide DVSA with:
1. The administration of on-line and paper-based applications for disclosure and barring service checks for PDIs, ADIs and DEs.
2. Advice to DVSA on DBS policies and procedures, as well as the interpretation of the information contained within disclosures as requested.
The contract will be for 2 years with a potential extension of a further year. The estimated value is 265 000 GBP excluding DBS fee.
See ll.1.4) above.
Nottinghamshire County Council ('the Authority') is inviting expressions of interest for the supply of security services. The provision of the services are described in more detail in part 3 of the documents (the specification).
The contract covers key holding, static guarding and manned guarding.
The contract will be available for use for the following public bodies to utilise in Nottinghamshire. Nottinghamshire Police, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Services, Bassetlaw District Council, Newark and Sherwood District Council, Rushcliffe Borough Council, Ashfield District Council, Mansfield District Council, Gedling Borough Council, Broxtowe Borough Council, Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation NHS Trust, Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Inspire Culture Learning And Libraries East Midlands.
Nottinghamshire County council has over 400 properties although the services will not be required at all these properties.
Lot 1 North: Bassetlaw, Mansfield, Newark.
Lot 2 South: Rushcliffe, Ashfield, Broxtowe, Gedling, Nottingham City.
Soft Market Testing is a method of gathering market intelligence on a given subject area by engaging with the providers of the goods/services required. Nottingham Revenue & Benefits Ltd (NRB Ltd) is to undertake a soft market testing exercise to canvass external providers of recruitment & training for Benefits and Council Tax colleagues. For the purpose of this exercise, it is important to note that we are looking for a provider able to advertise, recruit, train and test groups of high calibre individuals in a short window. NRB is based in Nottingham city centre. The company requires a recruitment solution which can deliver against both forecast recruitment windows and which is also able to react swiftly to new requirements. The numbers of staff required will vary and NRB Ltd is seeking to minimise the length of time from the need arising to having trained, high calibre staff operational. A rigorous process including selection, referencing, DBS checks and training is required.
Tender opportunity for disability support employability partner for Towards Work programme.
Tender for disability support employability specialist for BBO Towards Work programme.
Framework Agreement for Enabling Innovation and The Creative and Digital Industries D2N2 Consortium for Increased SME Competitiveness
This Framework is seeking to create a pool of professional service providers to work closely with Enabling Innovation and CDI project staff to provide a range of high quality services to support participants of the programmes. We are seeking experienced individuals with a track record of working with start-ups and established SMEs, to support the objectives of the programmes.
The Framework will be divided into 5 lots which will cover:
— Lot l — Mentoring for start-up/early stage businesses (EARs);
— Lot ll — Workshop design and facilitation for start-up/early stage businesses (EARs);
— Lot lll — Mentoring for established businesses (ESTs);
— Lot lV — Workshop design and facilitation for established businesses (ESTs);
— Lot V — Workshop design and facilitation around Leadership and Management (LAM).
Full details of the scope of requirements for each of the above Lots can be found on the ‘857 — Description of Lots and Areas of Activity’ spreadsheet.
You are invited to tender for any or all of the Lots for which you feel you have the necessary knowledge and experience to provide the required services as outlined in this tender document and the additional documentation provided.
Please note: Nottingham Trent University does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender, either in whole or in part: each Lot being treated as quoted for separately.