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Consultancy — Outline Business Case for Paisley Museum and Art Galleries — Refurbishment and Extension.

Renfrewshire Council | Published March 23, 2015
Winner
Metaphor Communications Limited
cpvs
73200000, 73210000, 73000000

Renfrewshire Council intends to appoint an external team (the ‘Consultant’) to deliver a robust business case and initial building and museum design brief for investment in the Category A listed Museum and Art Galleries and Coats Observatory, with consideration given to the adjacent library, Transit House and nearby Category C listed Paisley Philosophical Buildings. The Council has launched a significant regeneration strategy based on the latent potential of Renfrewshire's heritage, cultural and tourism assets and its burgeoning events and festivals programme. In particular a heritage and cultural regeneration strategy for Paisley town centre was launched in June 2014. The development of the Paisley Museum and Art Galleries is the flagship project for the Paisley Town Centre Heritage Asset strategy and will contribute significantly to the objectives of the programme.

Consultancy -Outline Business Case for Paisley Museum & Art Galleries- Refurbishment & Extension

Renfrewshire Council | Published March 13, 2015
Winner
Metaphor Communications Limited
cpvs
73200000, 73210000, 73000000

Renfrewshire Council intends to appoint an external team (the “Consultant”) to deliver a robust business case and initial building and museum design brief for investment in the Category A listed Museum & Art Galleries and Coats Observatory, with consideration given to the adjacent library, Transit House and nearby Category C listed Paisley Philosophical Buildings. The Council has launched a significant regeneration strategy based on the latent potential of Renfrewshire’s heritage, cultural and tourism assets and its burgeoning events and festivals programme. In particular a heritage and cultural regeneration strategy for Paisley town centre was launched in June 2014. The development of the Paisley Museum & Art Galleries is the flagship project for the Paisley Town Centre Heritage Asset strategy and will contribute significantly to the objectives of the programme. CPV: 73200000, 73210000, 73000000.

Consultancy -Outline Business Case for Paisley Museum & Art Galleries- Refurbishment & Extension

Renfrewshire Council | Published January 7, 2015  -  Deadline February 16, 2015
cpvs
73200000, 73210000, 73000000

Renfrewshire Council intends to appoint an external team (the “Consultant”) to deliver a robust business case and initial building and museum design brief for investment in the Category A listed Museum & Art Galleries and Coats Observatory, with consideration given to the adjacent library, Transit House and nearby Category C listed Paisley Philosophical Buildings. The Council has launched a significant regeneration strategy based on the latent potential of Renfrewshire’s heritage, cultural and tourism assets and its burgeoning events and festivals programme. In particular a heritage and cultural regeneration strategy for Paisley town centre was launched in June 2014. The development of the Paisley Museum & Art Galleries is the flagship project for the Paisley Town Centre Heritage Asset strategy and will contribute significantly to the objectives of the programme. CPV: 73200000, 73210000, 73000000.

Consultancy — Outline Business Case for Paisley Museum and Art Galleries — Refurbishment and Extension.

Renfrewshire Council | Published January 8, 2015  -  Deadline February 13, 2015
cpvs
73200000, 73210000, 73000000

Renfrewshire Council intends to appoint an external team (the ‘Consultant’) to deliver a robust business case and initial building and museum design brief for investment in the Category A listed Museum and Art Galleries and Coats Observatory, with consideration given to the adjacent library, Transit House and nearby Category C listed Paisley Philosophical Buildings. The Council has launched a significant regeneration strategy based on the latent potential of Renfrewshire's heritage, cultural and tourism assets and its burgeoning events and festivals programme. In particular a heritage and cultural regeneration strategy for Paisley town centre was launched in June 2014. The development of the Paisley Museum and Art Galleries is the flagship project for the Paisley Town Centre Heritage Asset strategy and will contribute significantly to the objectives of the programme. Note: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code RC1412_3275_ITT6706 under s Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the dropdown. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the it will move to your My s area. For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Research and development consultancy services

Renfrewshire Council | Published January 8, 2015  -  Deadline February 16, 2015
cpvs
73200000, 73210000, 73000000

Renfrewshire Council intends to appoint an external team (the ‘Consultant’) to deliver a robust business case and initial building and museum design brief for investment in the Category A listed Museum and Art Galleries and Coats Observatory, with consideration given to the adjacent library, Transit House and nearby Category C listed Paisley Philosophical Buildings. The Council has launched a significant regeneration strategy based on the latent potential of Renfrewshire's heritage, cultural and tourism assets and its burgeoning events and festivals programme. In particular a heritage and cultural regeneration strategy for Paisley town centre was launched in June 2014. The development of the Paisley Museum and Art Galleries is the flagship project for the Paisley Town Centre Heritage Asset strategy and will contribute significantly to the objectives of the programme. Note: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code RC1412_3275_ITT6706 under s Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the dropdown. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the it will move to your My s area. For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Airport Access Project Lead Consultancy Commission

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 16, 2015
cpvs
73220000, 71311000, 71311200

The Glasgow and Clyde Valley City Deal is an agreement between the UK and Scottish Governments and eight Glasgow and Clyde Valley local authorities which will support delivery of an improved transport network across the Region, provide key development and regeneration sites and to improve public transport. As part of this City Deal, Renfrewshire Council are leading a joint project with Glasgow City Council to deliver a Glasgow Airport Access Project (AAP).The AAP has a project budget of 144.3 million GBP and is an integral part of the 1.13 billion GBP infrastructure fund available through the City Deal to create a gateway for inbound business and tourist traffic to the Glasgow & Clyde Valley region with improved connectivity to and from Glasgow Airport. To do this the AAP is expected to include a fixed link from Glasgow Central Station to Glasgow Airport with a stop at Paisley.A long list of delivery solutions for the AAP were considered as part of the development of the Strategic Business Case which was approved by the City Deal Cabinet on 15 December 2015 (a copy can be found here [https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/councillorsandcommittees/]. The qualitative and quantitative assessment of options has determined the following options should be considered further as part of the development of an Outline Business Case (OBC) for the AAP:Personal Rapid Transit (PRT)This option provides an elevated people-carrying system from Paisley to Glasgow Airport, terminating at the Airport Terminal Building. The system considered in a STAG 2 (completed in February 2014) appraisal requires an interchange between rail and PRT at Paisley Gilmour Street train station but there may be an alternative option of interchange on the Inverclyde line to the west of Paisley St James Station, which was not fully appraised as part of STAG 2.Tram – TrainThis option provides a dedicated tram-train service, running on heavy rail from Glasgow Central via Paisley Gilmour Street to a point in the vicinity of St James Interchange, where it then joins a new tram spur (running both on and off road) south of the M8, before terminating directly in front of the Glasgow Airport Terminal building. The interchange point at Paisley Gilmour Street would enable passengers from destinations on the Ayrshire and Inverclyde lines to access the service to the airport.An Outline Business Case will be developed and presented to the City Deal Cabinet for approval in December 2016.Based on the reports and appraisals undertaken to date, the tram-train option has the best overall performance both in terms of potential to increase modal shift and in terms of benefit – cost analysis.Renfrewshire Council has identified requirements for external Professional Services to support development of this project. These requirements are expected to be fulfilled by awarding contracts resulting from a number or tender processes being conducted to bring on board appropriate skills and experience at the required time.The following contracts will be procured but do not form the scope of the contract to which this Prior Information Notice relates:- Transport Modelling Services - this commission will provide Renfrewshire Council with transport modelling support and will inform transport modelling considerations (including economics) as part of the development of the Outline Business Case and the Full Business Case. This contract is being procured under an existing framework agreement;- Options development and appraisal - this commission will further develop and appraise the tram train and PRT options to inform the outline business case. It is expected this will include development of the wider economic business case.- Ad hoc technical support – this commission will provide specialist technical support on an ad hoc basis when requested to support the project team in developing the Outline Business Case.This Prior Information Notice relates to a contract which will provide a Lead Consultancy / interface

Airport Access Project Lead Consultancy Commission.

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 19, 2015
cpvs
73220000, 71311000, 71311200

The Glasgow and Clyde Valley City Deal is an agreement between the UK and Scottish Governments and eight Glasgow and Clyde Valley local authorities which will support delivery of an improved transport network across the Region, provide key development and regeneration sites and to improve public transport. As part of this City Deal, Renfrewshire Council are leading a joint project with Glasgow City Council to deliver a Glasgow Airport Access Project (AAP). The AAP has a project budget of 144 300 000 GBP and is an integral part of the 1 130 000 000 GBP infrastructure fund available through the City Deal to create a gateway for inbound business and tourist traffic to the Glasgow & Clyde Valley region with improved connectivity to and from Glasgow Airport. To do this the AAP is expected to include a fixed link from Glasgow Central Station to Glasgow Airport with a stop at Paisley. A long list of delivery solutions for the AAP were considered as part of the development of the Strategic Business Case which was approved by the City Deal Cabinet on 15 December 2015 (a copy can be found here (https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/councillorsandcommittees/). The qualitative and quantitative assessment of options has determined the following options should be considered further as part of the development of an Outline Business Case (OBC) for the AAP: — Personal Rapid Transit (PRT). This option provides an elevated people-carrying system from Paisley to Glasgow Airport, terminating at the Airport Terminal Building. The system considered in a STAG 2 (completed in February 2014) appraisal requires an interchange between rail and PRT at Paisley Gilmour Street train station but there may be an alternative option of interchange on the Inverclyde line to the west of Paisley St James Station, which was not fully appraised as part of STAG 2. — Tram — Train. This option provides a dedicated tram-train service, running on heavy rail from Glasgow Central via Paisley Gilmour Street to a point in the vicinity of St James Interchange, where it then joins a new tram spur (running both on and off road) south of the M8, before terminating directly in front of the Glasgow Airport Terminal building. The interchange point at Paisley Gilmour Street would enable passengers from destinations on the Ayrshire and Inverclyde lines to access the service to the airport. An Outline Business Case will be developed and presented to the City Deal Cabinet for approval in December 2016. Based on the reports and appraisals undertaken to date, the tram-train option has the best overall performance both in terms of potential to increase modal shift and in terms of benefit — cost analysis. Renfrewshire Council has identified requirements for external Professional Services to support development of this project. These requirements are expected to be fulfilled by awarding contracts resulting from a number or tender processes being conducted to bring on board appropriate skills and experience at the required time. The following contracts will be procured but do not form the scope of the contract to which this Prior Information Notice relates: — Transport Modelling Services — this commission will provide Renfrewshire Council with transport modelling support and will inform transport modelling considerations (including economics) as part of the development of the Outline Business Case and the Full Business Case. This contract is being procured under an existing framework agreement; — Options development and appraisal — this commission will further develop and appraise the tram train and PRT options to inform the outline business case. It is expected this will include development of the wider economic business case. — Ad hoc technical support — this commission will provide specialist technical support on an ad hoc basis when requested to support the project team in developing the Outline Business Case.

Non Life Insurance (excluding Brokerage Services) for Ferguslie Park Housing Association

Ferguslie Park Housing Association Ltd | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline March 4, 2016
cpvs
66515200, 66516000, 66516500, 66519200, 66512100, 66515200, 66515000, 66516000, 66516500, 66519200

Provision of Non Life Insurance excluding Brokerage Services for Ferguslie Park Housing Association. Policy Cover includes Property & Business Interruption; Casualty; Financial & Management Liabilities including Crime; Engineering Insurance, Inspection, Computers & Contractors All Risks; Accident & Health, Claims Handling & Ancillary Services.
CPV: 66515200, 66516000, 66516500, 66519200, 66512100.

Railway and tramway locomotives and rolling stock and associated parts

Renfrewshire Council | Published July 23, 2016
cpvs

The Airport Access Project (AAP) is an integral part of the infrastructure fund available to create a gateway for inbound business and tourist traffic to the Glasgow city region with improved connectivity to and from Glasgow Airport as part of City Deal. To do this the AAP is expected to include a fixed link from Glasgow Central Station to Glasgow Airport with a stop at Paisley Gilmour Street station.

Insurance services

Ferguslie Park Housing Association Ltd | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
cpvs
66510000, 66515200, 66000000

Non-life Insurance including Property, Casualty, Engineering and Ancillary Covers. Claims Handling Services.

Housing Stock, General Property, Loss of Rent/Alternative Accommodation, Contents, Property Owners Liability.

Commercial Combined including Office Contents, Business Interruption, Money, All Risks, Employers and Public Liability.

Trustee indemnity, Professional Indemnity, Employment Practice Liability and Crime.

Engineering Insurance, Inspection Services, Contractors All Risks, Computers including Virus and Hacking.

The Provision of Design Development and Maintenance of Web Site

West College Scotland | Published December 11, 2014
Winner
Frame Digital
cpvs
151800, 271500, 279999

West College Scotland (WCS) was created on 1st August 2013 as a result of a merger. The new college is the third largest in Scotland with a turnover of acound £50 million and a student population in excess of 30,000. As a critial part of our rebranding and respositioning locally, nationally and internationally, the College is looking to develop and launch a new web presence. The Contractor shall ensure the website restructure reflects the importance to the business of attracting and engaging with potential students, provides an excellent online experience for customers and stakeholders including local authorities, employers, Chambers of Commerce, funding bodies and qualification authorities. The website should present the benefits of engaging with WCS to appropriate audiences regionally, nationally and internationally.

Supply and Implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Solution

The Renfrewshire Council | Published October 8, 2016
Winner
Agilisys Limited
cpvs
72000000, 72200000, 72230000, 72250000, 72260000, 72590000, 72610000

The Director of Finance & Resources, on behalf of Renfrewshire Council, wishes to procure a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system to support the council's finance, procurement, HR and payroll functions. The Council is seeking a supplier to provide and implement an Integrated ERP System and provide a managed service to host, support and maintain the system for the duration of the contract.

The new ERP system will replace the council's existing finance, procurement, HR and payroll systems. The Council is planning to issue a contact award in April 2016 with an initial go-live of April 2017. The Council's current support contracts for these requirements will end in 2017. It is critical that core functionality delivered by these systems is available as part of the initial release. It is anticipated that Phase 1 of the Implementation must be completed by the end of March 2017, while Phase 2 will be completed/available < 6 Months after go-live. The successful supplier will be responsible for integrating the system with key operational business systems, and deploying an effective reporting solution.

The Council may require to introduce/include other Council critical systems at its discretion as the Council progresses with the Contract and after the initial phase to deliver other organisational services via the ERP solution. This additional functionally may be released to support the business operation of the Council as part of the phased implementation approach. The details of the implementation approach will be finalised between the Council and the selected supplier during the initial planning phase post contract award.

Supply and Implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Solution

Renfrewshire Council | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline January 6, 2016
cpvs
72000000, 72200000, 72230000, 72250000, 72260000, 72590000, 72610000

The Director of Finance & Resources, on behalf of Renfrewshire Council, wishes to procure a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system to support the council’s finance, procurement, HR and payroll functions. The Council is seeking a supplier to provide and implement an Integrated ERP System and provide a managed service to host, support and maintain the system for the duration of the contract. The new ERP system will replace the council’s existing finance, procurement, HR and payroll systems. The Council is planning to issue a contact award in April 2016 with an initial go-live of April 2017. The Council’s current support contracts for these requirements will end in 2017. It is critical that core functionality delivered by these systems is available as part of the initial release. It is anticipated that Phase 1 of the Implementation must be completed by the end of March 2017, while Phase 2 will be completed/available < 6 Months after go-live. The successful supplier will be responsible for integrating the system with key operational business systems, and deploying an effective reporting solution. The Council may require to introduce/include other Council critical systems at its discretion as the Council progresses with the Contract and after the initial phase to deliver other organisational services via the ERP solution. This additional functionally may be released to support the business operation of the Council as part of the phased implementation approach. The details of the implementation approach will be finalised between the Council and the selected supplier during the initial planning phase post contract award. CPV: 72000000, 72200000, 72230000, 72250000, 72260000, 72590000, 72610000.

Supply and Delivery of Fresh Bread and& Rolls and other Fresh Bakery Produce.

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 4, 2015
Winner
D Mcghee And Sons Ltd
cpvs
15810000

This Contract is for the Supply and Delivery of Fresh Bread, Rolls and other Bakery Produce to Renfrewshire Council and East Renfrewshire Council. Deliveries will be made to establishments across each Council including but not limited to; primary and secondary schools, colleges, nurseries, community centres, care homes, day centres and cafes. Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire Council have agreed that Renfrewshire Council will act as lead contracting authority for the creation of this Contract and shall undertake any required ongoing management of the Contract. The objective of the Contract is to secure consistency in the availability of high quality freshly baked produce which complies fully with all Food Safety and Food Standard legislation and achieving the following: — Best value for money; — Considering business for SMEs; — Meeting ongoing call-off and delivery requirements; — Cross Council participation; — Contract, price and supplier stability. Tenderers will be required to pass Stage 1 — Qualification (as detailed in the ITT and section III.1.4) in this contract notice) in order to progress to Stage 2 of evaluation — the Technical/Commercial (Award) criteria: — Technical — 20 Points; — Commercial — 80 Points. The Technical score of 20 Points will be sub-weighted and evaluated as follows: — Service Delivery — 12 Points; — Environmental and Sustainability — 3 Points; — Community Benefits — 5 Points. Service Delivery score of 12 Points has been sub-weighted as follows: — Capability and Resources — 2 Points; — Quality Assurance — 2 Points; — Storage, Preparation and Handling of Produce — 2 Points; — Delivery Requirements — 1.5 Points; — Business Continuity and Contingency Planning — 1.5 Points; — Quality of Product Samples — 3 Points. — Environmental and Sustainability score of 3 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: — Environmental Impact — 1.5 Points; — Scheduling of Deliveries — 1.5 Points. — Community Benefits score of 5 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: — Community Benefit Outcomes — 2.5 Points; — Commitment to Community and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) — 1 Point; — Maximising Employment and Training — 0.5 Points; — SME and Third Sector Opportunities — 0.75 Points; — Reporting and Monitoring of Community Benefits — 0.25 Points; — Commercial — 80 Points.

Supply and Delivery of Fresh Bread and& Rolls and other Fresh Bakery Produce.

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 4, 2015
Winner
D Mcghee And Sons Ltd
cpvs
15810000

This Contract is for the Supply and Delivery of Fresh Bread, Rolls and other Bakery Produce to Renfrewshire Council and East Renfrewshire Council. Deliveries will be made to establishments across each Council including but not limited to; primary and secondary schools, colleges, nurseries, community centres, care homes, day centres and cafes. Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire Council have agreed that Renfrewshire Council will act as lead contracting authority for the creation of this Contract and shall undertake any required ongoing management of the Contract. The objective of the Contract is to secure consistency in the availability of high quality freshly baked produce which complies fully with all Food Safety and Food Standard legislation and achieving the following: — Best value for money; — Considering business for SMEs; — Meeting ongoing call-off and delivery requirements; — Cross Council participation; — Contract, price and supplier stability. Tenderers will be required to pass Stage 1 — Qualification (as detailed in the ITT and section III.1.4) in this contract notice) in order to progress to Stage 2 of evaluation — the Technical/Commercial (Award) criteria: — Technical — 20 Points; — Commercial — 80 Points. The Technical score of 20 Points will be sub-weighted and evaluated as follows: — Service Delivery — 12 Points; — Environmental and Sustainability — 3 Points; — Community Benefits — 5 Points. Service Delivery score of 12 Points has been sub-weighted as follows: — Capability and Resources — 2 Points; — Quality Assurance — 2 Points; — Storage, Preparation and Handling of Produce — 2 Points; — Delivery Requirements — 1.5 Points; — Business Continuity and Contingency Planning — 1.5 Points; — Quality of Product Samples — 3 Points. — Environmental and Sustainability score of 3 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: — Environmental Impact — 1.5 Points; — Scheduling of Deliveries — 1.5 Points. — Community Benefits score of 5 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: — Community Benefit Outcomes — 2.5 Points; — Commitment to Community and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) — 1 Point; — Maximising Employment and Training — 0.5 Points; — SME and Third Sector Opportunities — 0.75 Points; — Reporting and Monitoring of Community Benefits — 0.25 Points; — Commercial — 80 Points.

Supply & Delivery of Fresh Bread & Rolls & other Fresh Bakery Produce

Renfrewshire Council | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
D Mcghee And Sons Ltd
cpvs
15810000

This Contract is for the Supply and Delivery of Fresh Bread, Rolls and other Bakery Produce to Renfrewshire Council and East Renfrewshire Council. Deliveries will be made to establishments across each Council including but not limited to; primary and secondary schools, colleges, nurseries, community centres, care homes, day centres and cafes. Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire Council have agreed that Renfrewshire Council will act as lead contracting authority for the creation of this Contract and shall undertake any required ongoing management of the Contract. The objective of the Contract is to secure consistency in the availability of high quality freshly baked produce which complies fully with all Food Safety and Food Standard legislation and achieving the following: Best value for money Considering business for SMEs Meeting ongoing call-off and delivery requirements Cross Council participation Contract, price and supplier stability Tenderers will be required to pass Stage 1 - Qualification (as detailed in the ITT and section III.1.4 in this contract notice) in order to progress to Stage 2 of evaluation - the Technical/Commercial (Award) criteria Technical - 20 Points Commercial - 80 Points The Technical score of 20 Points will be sub-weighted and evaluated as follows : Service Delivery - 12 Points Environmental & Sustainability - 3 Points Community Benefits - 5 Points Service Delivery score of 12 Points has been sub-weighted as follows: Capability & Resources - 2 Points Quality Assurance - 2 Points Storage, Preparation & Handling of Produce - 2 Points Delivery Requirements - 1.5 Points Business Continuity & Contingency Planning - 1.5 Points Quality of Product Samples - 3 Points Environmental & Sustainability score of 3 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: Environmental Impact - 1.5 Points Scheduling of Deliveries - 1.5 Points Community Benefits score of 5 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: Community Benefit Outcomes – 2.5 Points Commitment to Community and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) – 1 Point Maximising Employment & Training - 0.5 Points SME and Third Sector Opportunities – 0.75 Points Reporting and Monitoring of Community Benefits – 0.25 Points Commercial - 80 Points CPV: 15810000.

Supply & Delivery of Fresh Bread & Rolls & other Fresh Bakery Produce

Renfrewshire Council | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline October 13, 2015
cpvs
15810000

This Contract is for the Supply and Delivery of Fresh Bread, Rolls and other Bakery Produce to Renfrewshire Council and East Renfrewshire Council. Deliveries will be made to establishments across each Council including but not limited to; primary and secondary schools, colleges, nurseries, community centres, care homes, day centres and cafes. Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire Council have agreed that Renfrewshire Council will act as lead contracting authority for the creation of this Contract and shall undertake any required ongoing management of the Contract. The objective of the Contract is to secure consistency in the availability of high quality freshly baked produce which complies fully with all Food Safety and Food Standard legislation and achieving the following: Best value for money Considering business for SMEs Meeting ongoing call-off and delivery requirements Cross Council participation Contract, price and supplier stability Tenderers will be required to pass Stage 1 - Qualification (as detailed in the ITT and section III.1.4 in this contract notice) in order to progress to Stage 2 of evaluation - the Technical/Commercial (Award) criteria Technical - 20 Points Commercial - 80 Points The Technical score of 20 Points will be sub-weighted and evaluated as follows : Service Delivery - 12 Points Environmental & Sustainability - 3 Points Community Benefits - 5 Points Service Delivery score of 12 Points has been sub-weighted as follows: Capability & Resources - 2 Points Quality Assurance - 2 Points Storage, Preparation & Handling of Produce - 2 Points Delivery Requirements - 1.5 Points Business Continuity & Contingency Planning - 1.5 Points Quality of Product Samples - 3 Points Environmental & Sustainability score of 3 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: Environmental Impact - 1.5 Points Scheduling of Deliveries - 1.5 Points Community Benefits score of 5 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: Community Benefit Outcomes – 2.5 Points Commitment to Community and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) – 1 Point Maximising Employment & Training - 0.5 Points SME and Third Sector Opportunities – 0.75 Points Reporting and Monitoring of Community Benefits – 0.25 Points Commercial - 80 Points CPV: 15810000.

Supply & Delivery of Fresh Bread & Rolls & other Fresh Bakery Produce.

Renfrewshire Council | Published September 23, 2015  -  Deadline October 13, 2015
cpvs
15810000

This Contract is for the Supply and Delivery of Fresh Bread, Rolls and other Bakery Produce to Renfrewshire Council and East Renfrewshire Council. Deliveries will be made to establishments across each Council including but not limited to; primary and secondary schools, colleges, nurseries, community centres, care homes, day centres and cafes. Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire Council have agreed that Renfrewshire Council will act as lead contracting authority for the creation of this Contract and shall undertake any required ongoing management of the Contract. The objective of the Contract is to secure consistency in the availability of high quality freshly baked produce which complies fully with all Food Safety and Food Standard legislation and achieving the following: Best value for money Considering business for SMEs Meeting ongoing call-off and delivery requirements Cross Council participation Contract, price and supplier stability Tenderers will be required to pass Stage 1 — Qualification (as detailed in the ITT and section III.1.4 in this contract notice) in order to progress to Stage 2 of evaluation — the Technical/Commercial (Award) criteria Technical — 20 Points Commercial — 80 Points The Technical score of 20 Points will be sub-weighted and evaluated as follows: Service Delivery — 12 Points Environmental & Sustainability — 3 Points Community Benefits — 5 Points Service Delivery score of 12 Points has been sub-weighted as follows: Capability & Resources — 2 Points Quality Assurance — 2 Points Storage, Preparation & Handling of Produce — 2 Points Delivery Requirements — 1.5 Points Business Continuity & Contingency Planning — 1.5 Points Quality of Product Samples — 3 Points Environmental & Sustainability score of 3 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: Environmental Impact — 1.5 Points Scheduling of Deliveries — 1.5 Points Community Benefits score of 5 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: Community Benefit Outcomes — 2.5 Points Commitment to Community and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) — 1 Point Maximising Employment & Training — 0.5 Points SME and Third Sector Opportunities — 0.75 Points Reporting and Monitoring of Community Benefits — 0.25 Points Commercial — 80 Points.

Supply & Delivery of Fresh Bread & Rolls & other Fresh Bakery Produce.

Renfrewshire Council | Published September 23, 2015  -  Deadline October 13, 2015
cpvs
15810000

This Contract is for the Supply and Delivery of Fresh Bread, Rolls and other Bakery Produce to Renfrewshire Council and East Renfrewshire Council. Deliveries will be made to establishments across each Council including but not limited to; primary and secondary schools, colleges, nurseries, community centres, care homes, day centres and cafes. Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire Council have agreed that Renfrewshire Council will act as lead contracting authority for the creation of this Contract and shall undertake any required ongoing management of the Contract. The objective of the Contract is to secure consistency in the availability of high quality freshly baked produce which complies fully with all Food Safety and Food Standard legislation and achieving the following: Best value for money Considering business for SMEs Meeting ongoing call-off and delivery requirements Cross Council participation Contract, price and supplier stability Tenderers will be required to pass Stage 1 — Qualification (as detailed in the ITT and section III.1.4 in this contract notice) in order to progress to Stage 2 of evaluation — the Technical/Commercial (Award) criteria Technical — 20 Points Commercial — 80 Points The Technical score of 20 Points will be sub-weighted and evaluated as follows: Service Delivery — 12 Points Environmental & Sustainability — 3 Points Community Benefits — 5 Points Service Delivery score of 12 Points has been sub-weighted as follows: Capability & Resources — 2 Points Quality Assurance — 2 Points Storage, Preparation & Handling of Produce — 2 Points Delivery Requirements — 1.5 Points Business Continuity & Contingency Planning — 1.5 Points Quality of Product Samples — 3 Points Environmental & Sustainability score of 3 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: Environmental Impact — 1.5 Points Scheduling of Deliveries — 1.5 Points Community Benefits score of 5 Points will be sub-weighted as follows: Community Benefit Outcomes — 2.5 Points Commitment to Community and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) — 1 Point Maximising Employment & Training — 0.5 Points SME and Third Sector Opportunities — 0.75 Points Reporting and Monitoring of Community Benefits — 0.25 Points Commercial — 80 Points.

FMFirst System

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde | Published April 5, 2016
Winner
Asckey Data Services Ltd
cpvs
72000000

The FMFirst system is a bespoke system which allows the Estates department to meet their business requirements for the management of task management, assets, PPM's.

There have been bespoke upgrades to the system as new modules and user request for improvements have been made. The system is embedded into the PC image deployment to allow any member of staff raise electronic requests and monitoring of work raised. FMFirst is integrated with the Domestic Monitoring Tool to enable the transfer of electronic tasks raised within the DMT and update the DMT with outcomes.

It is proposed that the current service agreement is extended to include an additional 3 year Service Agreement supporting proprietary bespoke FMFirst software modules, database and web server/client modules.