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Staff uniforms and protective clothing.

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published July 18, 2015
Winner
MWUK Alexandra, Behrens Healthcare, Grahame Gardner Ltd, Meltemi Ltd, Murray Uniforms, Arco Ltd, PLS Medical
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18000000, 18100000, 18110000, 18113000, 18221000, 18222000, 18400000, 18410000, 18420000, 33199000, 35113400, 18800000, 18811000, 18830000

Staff uniforms and personal protective clothing will incorporate 3 areas which will make up 3 lots: staff uniforms, footwear and personal protective equipment. Lot 1 — Staff uniforms will include a range of healthcare uniforms and corporate work wear including but not limited to tunics, dresses, scrubs and trousers, as well as associated accompanying items. Lot 2 — Footwear will include a range of protective and corporate shoes as well as patient footwear including any associated footwear accessories. Lot 3 — Personal protective clothing lot is intended to provide personal protective clothing and equipment to staff members for the avoidance of health and safety risks in the workplace.

The Supply and Printing of Clothing to The Christie Charity.

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published March 11, 2015
Winner
John Roberts Associates Limited
cpvs
18330000

The Supply and Printing of Clothing to The Christie Charity.

Kit for Sport at The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester | Published March 24, 2016  -  Deadline April 12, 2016
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18412000

The University of Manchester wishes to appoint a contractor to supply athletic team kits for its University sporting representative teams for the period 2016 — 2019, and also clothing for the Sport administrative and operational personnel. The appointment will be by a process of competitive tender.

Kit for Sport at The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester | Published March 24, 2016  -  Deadline April 21, 2016
cpvs
18412000

The University of Manchester wishes to appoint a contractor to supply athletic team kits for its University sporting representative teams for the period 2016 — 2019, and also clothing for the Sport administrative and operational personnel. The appointment will be by a process of competitive tender.

Miscellaneous software package and computer systems

Crescent Purchasing Consortium | Published April 6, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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48900000, 30100000, 72250000, 30142200, 30144200, 30160000, 30162000, 30163000, 30170000, 30172000, 30191140, 30216000, 30216100, 30216110, 30216130, 30216200, 30231300, 30231310, 30231320, 30233300, 30233310, 30233320, 35126000, 35125110, 42933000, 42933300, 48110000, 48217000, 48400000, 48430000, 48480000, 48732000, 48984000, 51100000, 51110000, 51610000, 51611100, 55900000, 66110000, 66115000, 72212110, 30236000, 30200000

The Contracting Authority wishes to establish a Framework Agreement for the provision of Cashless Payment Systems and Associated Supplies and Services. The Framework Agreement is being established to meet the needs of organisations across the entire public sector. The Framework is let on behalf of the Crescent Purchasing Consortium, but will also be open for use by all other public sector contracting authorities throughout the UK (and any future successors to these organisations). These include (but are not limited to) central government departments and agencies, Non Departmental Public Bodies, NHS bodies, Local Authorities, Police Authorities, Emergency Services, Educational Establishments, Hospices, National Parks and Registered Social Landlords.

Full details of the classification of end user establishments and geographical areas is available at http://www.npg-ltd.com/tenders/

Participating Public Sector Bodies will require comprehensive coverage for Cashless Payment Systems and Associated Supplies and Services with a view to providing a variety of solutions depending on individual Participating Public Sector Body requirements. End use of these Supplies and Services may be categorised into a variety of scenarios as follows (but not limited to);

— Catering; Cafeterias/Restaurants/Canteens/Refectories/Dining Rooms/Tuck Shop, Pre-order food online, input dietary and allergy requirements, etc.

— Vending machines.

— Retail; Bookshops, branded items, clothing, stationery, etc.

— Trips and Accommodation.

— Tuition Fees.

— Sports/Gym/Clubs & Societies Memberships.

— Conference Centres & Event Management; Accommodation, meals, event workshops, parking, etc.

— Libraries.

— Car parking, barrier/building/door entry systems.

Where possible devices will be made available to users through electronic catalogues.

Devices will be available on an outright purchase or lease basis, with accompanying maintenance and support arrangements.

There will be a maximum of eight suppliers awarded a place on this framework.

Haulage, Storage and Disposal of Seized Goods and Vehicles.

The Home Office (Secretary of State for the Home Department) | Published January 19, 2016
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90500000, 60100000, 63121100, 63122000, 75130000, 90510000, 90514000

Border Force is a Directorate of the Home Office. Border Force intends to establish a contracting vehicle for the provision of services for the Haulage Storage and Disposal (HSD) of seized goods and vehicles.

The contracting provision will be enabled for use by all Home Office Directorates, other Government Departments and Agencies but specifically HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the National Crime Agency (NCA).

Border Force premises are located at or close to strategic ports of entry to the UK; namely air and seaports. The enabled organisations locations are determined by their performed activities.

The following is an indication to the services required:

— The haulage of seized goods and vehicles from the point of seizure to long term storage and from storage locations to disposal;

— The haulage of seized goods and vehicles from the point of seizure to locations to disposal;

— The secure storage of seized goods and vehicles in either Border Force's own warehouse facilities or those of a supplier;

— The disposal of seized goods;

— The collection and disposal of seized products of animal origin and plant based goods;

— The collection and disposal of seized vehicles and other vessels, for storage sites, through sale.

(The above may be subject to change).

Scope.

The following goods are expected to be within the scope of this service provision:

— Cigarettes and tobacco products;

— Alcohol products;

— Controlled drugs;

— Firearms;

— Cash:

— Vehicles including cars, light commercial vehicles, HGV, plant, coaches, caravans, boats and aircraft;

— Products of Animal Origin and Plant Based Goods;

— Counterfeit products including electrical items, clothing and footwear;

— Packaging materials and other miscellaneous goods;

— Items used to aid illicit entry in to the UK i.e. cover loads.

Please note that some of the items may need to be handled/transported/stored/disposed of through specialised services due to their hazardous nature to comply with prevailing HSE/DfT/EA legislation.

Coverage.

Any contractor must be able to provide coverage across the whole of the United Kingdom, including Northern Ireland with an additional requirement based at the juxtaposed control in France.

Other requirements.

Border Force requires its contractor (s) to adhere to the following:

— Full audit trail of its compliance with all relevant regulatory and legislative requirements governing these activities;

— Maintenance of detailed records of activity and the production of management information, and making these records available to Border Force;

— Transparency and open book arrangements in relation to costs and invoices;

— Compliance with all Home Office security standards where appropriate;

— 24 hour/7 day per week single point of contact by telephone for requesting services.

— Continue the generation of income through the disposal of seized items, and actively explore opportunities for obtaining further income generation through the performance of the services.

The purpose of this PIN is to:

— Give advance notice that the Home Office (as the Contracting Authority) is to undertake a tendering exercise to set up a new contracting vehicle to service the Home Office, National Crime Agency and HMRC for their HSD requirements.

— Gauge the market interest in this procurement.

— Identify suppliers who would like to participate in an industry day.

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