An insolvency specialist is required to monitor the progress of the Scheme and to appraise the Annual Business Plans and other returns produced by the Joint Supervisors. They will also be required to provide advice on specific and ad hoc issues arising as a result of DfE's oversight role.
The Housing Executive wishes to procure suitably qualified and competent persons to provide asbestos surveys to Housing Executive's properties across the whole of Northern Ireland. The services will be split into 3 Lot contracts for the Belfast Region, the South Region and the North region. The properties are a combination of the following :- — Domestic Properties — Internal and external common parts. including landings, hallways, lift shafts, plant rooms, stores ,bin stores, land, refuse chambers. ; — Managed leasehold Properties; — Commercial Properties; — Hostel accommodation — Community lets — Private/ other social landlord Properties — Garages — Business premises, stores and offices, including the Employers Direct Labour Organisation's depots.
The objectives of the representation service are: — On a continuing basis represent NI red meat interests in France over the contract period; — Increase NI beef sales whilst maintaining/growing lamb share against a background of supply shortages and seasonal patterns in volume and price; — Develop a recognised NI red Meat brand presence with consumers in France; and — Represent NI red meat interests in respect of any emerging issues regarding supply and market access. The type of support to be provided in respect of a representation and promotional service for NI red meat exporters will cover the following key deliverables: — Promotional support with retail and food service and PR; — Overseas exhibitions other than Anuga/SIAL; — Export seminars, workshops and training; — Market intelligence, trade enquiries service; — Inward and outward mission; — Market and trade development through permanent overseas support; and — Specific assistance to exporters overseas.
The scope of this procurement is for a Contractor to undertake the support and maintenance of the Oracle line of business systems and referenced 3rd party applications used by NICTS. The Contractor must proactively manage the Oracle databases and applications.
IT Assist, an Enterprise Shared Service. ESS. within the Department of Finance. DoF. , provides common ICT services to the departments of the Northern Ireland Civil Service. NICS. . IT Assist currently uses Dell Software Recovery Manager for Active Directory to backup its Active Directory structures. Currently the 18000 perpetual licenses owned by IT Assist are out of maintenance support. January 2014. . The purpose of this contract is to bring the existing licenses back into maintenance and support and to allow for purchase of additional licenses as demand for Active directory services increases over the period of this contract. Initially 1000 additional licenses will be required to meet current demand within the first year. The contract period is four. 4 years with the option to extend for 1 period of 12 months plus the backdated licenses from 1.1.2014 to the date of award.
Northern Ireland Tourist Board. NITB. has a requirement to maintain its existing Microsoft dotnet code base to support its e-commerce operations. The existing code base supports the Tourism NI and Legislative Database and is published through its websites discovernorthernireland.com and tourismni.com. The main requirement for this contract is to provide programming support to update existing. code and provide for new end user functionality. The Contractor will be required to work under the supervision of NITB 's ICT staff on programming work with the vast majority of the work being undertaken at NITB's premises.
Belfast Health and Social Care Trust (the Contracting Authority), are seeking to engage a total of 5 Economic Operators to provide consultancy services in connection with Minor Works Schemes. The Framework Agreements will be placed for a period of four years duration subject to the satisfactory performance of the successful Economic Operators and at the absolute discretion of the Contracting Authorities. For the purposes of the Framework Agreements minor works schemes are defined as any scheme with a works cost of between GBP 5,000.00 and GBP 1,000,000.00. Minor works schemes comprise new buildings, extensions to existing buildings, conversion/refurbishment of existing buildings, upgrade and replacement of building services, plant and equipment, feasibility and condition surveys, works to ensure compliance with various legislative requirements, e.g. legionella, fire safety, DDA, asbestos regulations, mechanical and electrical engineering works and enabling works