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2HR006-507 Zero Waste Skills Academy Business Plan

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published October 20, 2015  -  Deadline November 10, 2015
cpvs
151300, 159999, 179999, 182200, 189999

2HR006-507 Zero Waste Skills Academy Business Plan

4BD001-003 - Supporting the development and implementation of circular economy business models

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published February 10, 2016
Winner
Ricardo-Aea
cpvs
151000, 151300

4BD001-003 Supporting the development and implementation of circular economy business models

4BD001-003 - Supporting the development and implementation of circular economy business models

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published October 8, 2015  -  Deadline October 28, 2015
cpvs
151000, 151300

4BD001-003 Supporting the development and implementation of circular economy business models

3RP001-501 - DRM Reprocessing: Business Models, Economics and Investment Opportunities

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published July 30, 2015  -  Deadline September 1, 2015
cpvs
182200, 182211, 182212, 182213, 189999

The objective of this work is to produce a consolidated report with appendices containing detailed data. The report will conclude with clear recommendations identifying areas of potential intervention to aid development of re-processing infrastructure in Scotland. The work will include the following objectives: - Determine why certain business models in the reprocessing industry prove successful and why others fail. - Map the value chains for these models. - Identify potential opportunities to adopt new emerging models that can improve the economics of reprocessing. - Use the economic analysis of different business models to quantify the potential for success or failure of new reprocessing activities in Scotland. - Identify the most effective interventions that will stimulate investment into Scottish reprocessing infrastructure and which adds value and additional long-term employment opportunities to the economy.

3RP001-501 - DRM Reprocessing: Business Models, Economics and Investment Opportunities

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published October 7, 2015
Winner
Natural Capital Analysis
cpvs
182200, 182211, 182212, 182213, 189999

The objective of this work is to produce a consolidated report with appendices containing detailed data. The report will conclude with clear recommendations identifying areas of potential intervention to aid development of re-processing infrastructure in Scotland. The work will include the following objectives: - Determine why certain business models in the reprocessing industry prove successful and why others fail. - Map the value chains for these models. - Identify potential opportunities to adopt new emerging models that can improve the economics of reprocessing. - Use the economic analysis of different business models to quantify the potential for success or failure of new reprocessing activities in Scotland. - Identify the most effective interventions that will stimulate investment into Scottish reprocessing infrastructure and which adds value and additional long-term employment opportunities to the economy.

4BD001-001: Supporting the development and implementation of circular economy business models

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published November 26, 2015
Winner
Amec Foster Wheeler Environment And Infrastructure Uk Ltd
cpvs
151000, 151300

Objective of this work: *The objective of this work is to provide direct support to 15 businesses in the development and implementation of CEBMs. It is essential that the support is innovative; flexible enough to meet the demands of each individual business; and that the winning contractor is able to effectively engage across a number of business sectors. At this stage, we anticipate working primarily with SMEs. *From this pipeline of 15 businesses, we wish to support at least 3 to reach pilot stage (the nature of the pilot can be variable, for example, from a research and development trial to a full launch of a new service). *ZWS is currently undertaking activity to recruit businesses into this pipeline. We do not expect to have a full pipeline of 15 businesses by the time this contract begins and the contractor will be expected to work with ZWS to fill the remaining spaces over the first 2-3 months of the contract. In addition, we expect bidders to identify a number of specific potential pipeline opportunities (within Scotland) from their own business engagement activity as part of their proposal. *Another key output of this project is to generate exemplars, learning and commercial evidence which will persuade and enable other companies to investigate CEBMs for themselves. The contractor will be required to liaise with the Zero Waste Scotland communications team on development of these exemplars. ZWS is currently in the early stages of developing an online ‘acceleration centre’ which will include showcasing examples of successful CEBMs, demonstrating the development and implementation process, common challenges, and, generally, building the case for businesses to pursue CE opportunities independently. *This project requires a strong change management approach. Bidders should outline in their tenders examples of developing and implementing a change management process in a client organisation – where a positive impact has been achieved to an existing business model that has required buy-in from multiple stakeholders.

4BD001-001: Supporting the development and implementation of circular economy business models

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published July 28, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
cpvs
151000, 151300

Objective of this work: *The objective of this work is to provide direct support to 15 businesses in the development and implementation of CEBMs. It is essential that the support is innovative; flexible enough to meet the demands of each individual business; and that the winning contractor is able to effectively engage across a number of business sectors. At this stage, we anticipate working primarily with SMEs. *From this pipeline of 15 businesses, we wish to support at least 3 to reach pilot stage (the nature of the pilot can be variable, for example, from a research and development trial to a full launch of a new service). *ZWS is currently undertaking activity to recruit businesses into this pipeline. We do not expect to have a full pipeline of 15 businesses by the time this contract begins and the contractor will be expected to work with ZWS to fill the remaining spaces over the first 2-3 months of the contract. In addition, we expect bidders to identify a number of specific potential pipeline opportunities (within Scotland) from their own business engagement activity as part of their proposal. *Another key output of this project is to generate exemplars, learning and commercial evidence which will persuade and enable other companies to investigate CEBMs for themselves. The contractor will be required to liaise with the Zero Waste Scotland communications team on development of these exemplars. ZWS is currently in the early stages of developing an online ‘acceleration centre’ which will include showcasing examples of successful CEBMs, demonstrating the development and implementation process, common challenges, and, generally, building the case for businesses to pursue CE opportunities independently. *This project requires a strong change management approach. Bidders should outline in their tenders examples of developing and implementing a change management process in a client organisation – where a positive impact has been achieved to an existing business model that has required buy-in from multiple stakeholders.

Business development consultancy services

University of Stirling | Published November 11, 2016
Winner
Hobsons PLC
cpvs
79411100

The University is seeking tenders for a student enquiry and applicant management and conversion service, to optimise the recruitment and enrolment of students in unregulated markets.

The University is seeking tenders for a student enquiry and applicant management and conversion service, to optimise the recruitment and enrolment of students in unregulated markets. The service will involve customer relationship management services that target and personalise communications to support enquirer and applicant decision-making and enrolment.

Business development consultancy services

University of Stirling | Published July 9, 2016  -  Deadline August 4, 2016
cpvs

The University is seeking tenders for a student enquiry and applicant management and conversion service, to optimise the recruitment and enrolment of students in unregulated markets. The service will involve customer relationship management services that target and personalise communications to support enquirer and applicant decision-making and enrolment.

Technical Services to develop detailed business plan for Hotel Provision on behalf of the SCA

Stirling Council | Published December 7, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
cpvs
151000, 152000

The Scottish Cities Alliance (the Alliance) is the collaboration of Scotland’s seven cities (Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Perth and Stirling) and the Scottish Government. The Alliance aim is to attract investment, stimulate economic activity and most importantly create new jobs and business opportunities. The Alliance Leadership Group brings together the Scottish Government’s cabinet secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities and the Leaders and Chief Executives of the seven cities. The approved work programme has been taken forward by the Delivery Group, comprising senior economic development officers from each of the seven cities and the Scottish Government, working in partnership with national agencies and engaging with academia and the private sector. The Alliance work programme is supported by the City Investment Fund which was provided by the Scottish Government and the purpose of the fund is to leverage other private finance or European funding, support large-scale collaborative projects and develop programmes which allow for wider city region investment. The Alliance’s Operational Plan focuses the Alliance’s programme of work around 3 key workstreams: Infrastructure, Low Carbon and Smart Cities (www.scottishcities.org/workstreams). The three workstreams complement each other and have the collective objective of delivering economic growth with infrastructure as the central narrative. The Alliance commissioned Ryden (in association with PwC) to undertake proactive research work with City senior officers and stakeholders with the core objective of identifying future investable property market propositions which the cities could progress which might not otherwise happen in existing market/resource/governance provisions. The key aim of the collective endeavour was to corral expertise and innovation and interrogate market intelligence to develop propositions to attract investment, create jobs and stimulate economic growth. The work was driven by a short life working group comprising senior property and housing professionals from the Cities together with Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Futures Trust representatives and input from Scottish Government as appropriate. The output of this work (see accompanying documentation for full report) identified a final list of four potential market opportunities which through collaboration might be moved closer to delivery by various means and removal of market inertia/barriers across the seven cities. In October 2015 the Alliance Leadership Group (Cities Leaders, Chief Executives and Scottish Government) tasked the Delivery Group with progressing each of the four identified potential opportunities and this brief is to procure technical professional services to develop the detailed business plan model for the delivery of Hotel development. This work is being progressed collaboratively with the Cities of Inverness, Perth and Stirling and the lead procuring authority is Stirling Council.

Business and management consultancy and related services

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published December 26, 2015
cpvs
79400000, 73000000, 90713000

Circular Economy Support Framework.

ITS-016 ERP Development

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published August 25, 2015
Winner
Avendris Ltd
cpvs
151800

Zero Waste Scotland require Consultancy Services to assist with the production of a Business Case (cost/benefit analysis), for consideration by Zero Waste Scotland’s Senior Management Team, for the Selection of an Integrated Business System (ERP) and System Implementation and to provide Independent Project Oversight during Implementation, if the Project is approved Business System Development - The functionality of the business systems will be developed to a level that supports current and emerging business requirements at a level consistent with our ambition; - The core business systems will make it easy to find, understand and use data. These systems will be maintained by experts taking account of all business needs but with information made widely available to all those who need to access it; - Duplication of information systems will be ended; - Information will be “linked together” within integrated systems so that cross functional reporting required is easier and Business Intelligence can be formed; - Facilitate the publication of “Linked Data” to conform to our obligations under the Public Sector Information Directive 2015. Business Processes - The consultants review will facilitate an Business Process Review; - An internal Business Process Review will re-engineer existing processes and workflows to reduce duplication and inefficiency, increase effectiveness (Most importantly, implement a ‘template-based’ approach leveraging best practices and not develop bespoke processes and solutions); Data Management - The governance of information across Zero Waste Scotland will be improved through a robust Business Information Strategic Policy, Governance framework and management structure; - Ownership of the central datasets will be formalised and the process for accessing them, clearly defined; - Duplication of data collection will not be permitted (i.e. local collection of variants of centrally available data); - There will be clear definitions pertaining to each data set, ensuring that all users are aware of the ways in which data within the set has been collected, and/or interpreted; - The most appropriate and cost effective software package to provide the necessary reporting capability both directly from the primary systems and multiple data sources to fully support operational decision making, performance monitoring and strategic planning requirements will be selected and implemented; - There will be standard formats or dashboards giving users access to common information in real time. People Management - A Change Management programme will create a coordinated, cohesive, single team approach to business administration and foster a culture of continuous improvement; - Administrative functions will be located in the most efficient and effective location depending on governance, operational and strategic requirements, which may centralise or devolve staff resource and activity; - Training will be more focused, locating expertise close to the point of need but within a properly coordinated network that joins up pockets of knowledge and enhances operational resilience; - Improved business productivity will be driven through stronger management, coordination and delivery of high quality academic support services.

ITS-016 ERP DEVELOPMENT

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published June 4, 2015  -  Deadline June 25, 2015
cpvs
151800

Zero Waste Scotland require Consultancy Services to assist with the production of a Business Case (cost/benefit analysis), for consideration by Zero Waste Scotland’s Senior Management Team, for the Selection of an Integrated Business System (ERP) and System Implementation and to provide Independent Project Oversight during Implementation, if the Project is approved Business System Development - The functionality of the business systems will be developed to a level that supports current and emerging business requirements at a level consistent with our ambition; - The core business systems will make it easy to find, understand and use data. These systems will be maintained by experts taking account of all business needs but with information made widely available to all those who need to access it; - Duplication of information systems will be ended; - Information will be “linked together” within integrated systems so that cross functional reporting required is easier and Business Intelligence can be formed; - Facilitate the publication of “Linked Data” to conform to our obligations under the Public Sector Information Directive 2015. Business Processes - The consultants review will facilitate an Business Process Review; - An internal Business Process Review will re-engineer existing processes and workflows to reduce duplication and inefficiency, increase effectiveness (Most importantly, implement a ‘template-based’ approach leveraging best practices and not develop bespoke processes and solutions); Data Management - The governance of information across Zero Waste Scotland will be improved through a robust Business Information Strategic Policy, Governance framework and management structure; - Ownership of the central datasets will be formalised and the process for accessing them, clearly defined; - Duplication of data collection will not be permitted (i.e. local collection of variants of centrally available data); - There will be clear definitions pertaining to each data set, ensuring that all users are aware of the ways in which data within the set has been collected, and/or interpreted; - The most appropriate and cost effective software package to provide the necessary reporting capability both directly from the primary systems and multiple data sources to fully support operational decision making, performance monitoring and strategic planning requirements will be selected and implemented; - There will be standard formats or dashboards giving users access to common information in real time. People Management - A Change Management programme will create a coordinated, cohesive, single team approach to business administration and foster a culture of continuous improvement; - Administrative functions will be located in the most efficient and effective location depending on governance, operational and strategic requirements, which may centralise or devolve staff resource and activity; - Training will be more focused, locating expertise close to the point of need but within a properly coordinated network that joins up pockets of knowledge and enhances operational resilience; - Improved business productivity will be driven through stronger management, coordination and delivery of high quality academic support services.

Reverse Logistics & Incentivised Product Return: An Evidence Synthesis & Guide for Scottish Busines

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published February 10, 2016
Winner
Eunomia
cpvs
151000, 151200, 151300, 152200, 159999, 192200, 199999, 261100

To synthesise the existing evidence base around reverse logistics and incentivised product return to produce reference and guidance materials for Scottish business.
To identify and highlight best practice and key operational considerations in implementing reverse logistics and incentivised product return systems effectively and demonstrate how these systems can be used to enhance existing business operations as part of the guidance materials.

Reverse Logistics & Incentivised Product Return: An Evidence Synthesis & Guide for Scottish Busines

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published October 15, 2015  -  Deadline November 6, 2015
cpvs
151000, 151200, 151300, 152200, 159999, 192200, 199999, 261100

To synthesise the existing evidence base around reverse logistics and incentivised product return to produce reference and guidance materials for Scottish business. To identify and highlight best practice and key operational considerations in implementing reverse logistics and incentivised product return systems effectively and demonstrate how these systems can be used to enhance existing business operations as part of the guidance materials.

RAR001-004: Project Manager to maximise the product and material values from surplus furniture and

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published December 5, 2014  -  Deadline December 22, 2014
cpvs
101000, 101200, 101300, 101400, 101500, 101600, 101800, 101900, 102000, 102100, 102200, 102300, 102400, 102500, 182210, 191600, 211000, 211200

The objective of this work is to: - Maximise the value of reusable and recyclable materials being cleared from the five decommissioned Glasgow hospitals, to achieve the greatest economic, environmental and social benefits - Using data from the project to develop best practice guidance for decommissioning of sites (linked to previous RES work for public sector bodies). - Use the gathered evidence to assess the business case for an NHS Pan Scotland re-use and redeployment platform with the intention of presenting the business case to NHSScotland.

Consultancy Services Commission - City of Stirling Development Framework

Stirling Council | Published November 26, 2014
Winner
SLR Consulting Ltd.
cpvs
151000, 152000

Consultancy Services commission to produce a Development Framework document for the City of Stirling, including an overall master plan, business case for infrastructure investment with costed projects and an implementation plan; in full consultation with broad range of stakeholders.

Energy Measurement and Quantification

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published September 16, 2015
Winner
Mabbett & Associates Ltd
cpvs
151300, 151811, 152010, 152300, 181911, 181912

The objective of this support contract is to quantify sources of waste or excess heat in the business sector and provide a report on the potential for recovery of heat for on-site use or export to a district heating network.

3RR001-002: Revolve – Health and Safety Audits

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published August 20, 2015
Winner
Albion Environmental Ltd
cpvs
221100, 229999

The objective of this work is for all businesses working towards Revolve accreditation to have an up to date and current Health and Safety Management System relevant for their business and at a level required to pass the Revolve entry stage standards.

3RR001-002: Revolve – Health and Safety Audits

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published May 11, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015
cpvs
221100, 229999

The objective of this work is for all businesses working towards Revolve accreditation to have an up to date and current Health and Safety Management System relevant for their business and at a level required to pass the Revolve entry stage standards.