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Communications Consultant for PHW

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published October 4, 2016
Winner
Create Communication
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Communications Consultant for PHW

GP Systems Requirements Consultant

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published November 9, 2016
cpvs
72000000, 72200000

GP Systems Requirements Consultant

Communications Consultant for PHW

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published July 6, 2016
cpvs
79416200

Communications Consultant for PHW

Interim HR Consultant

NHS Wales Procurement Services | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline January 6, 2016
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79414000

The NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership, hosted by Velindre NHS Trust are acting on behalf of Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board who are seeking to establish a contract for an Interim HR Consultant up until the 31st March 2016. The appointed Consultant will be expected to deliver the following; 1. Senior interim support to the Directorate of Workforce 2. Implementation of the plans to reduce sickness absence 3. Implementation of the plans to improve the recruitment process.

Youth Engagement and Progression Strategy Consultant

The City of Cardiff Council | Published July 25, 2016
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Youth Engagement and Progression Strategy Consultant

Trading Standards Wales – Regional Coordinator Consultancy Specification

WLGA | Published June 3, 2015
Winner
David Jones Associates
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WLGA wishes to appoint an external consultant to provide the following trading standards coordination services. It is anticipated these services will constitute 3 days work per week. The precise activities to be delivered will be agreed between WLGA and the appointed consultant prior to final appointment. It is considered that in order to provide these services, the consultant will have a detailed knowledge of the strategic objectives and a sound technical understanding of the trading standards profession. The services required are: 1. To promote service improvement in trading standards services through best practice and the better regulation agenda. 2. To promote service improvement through collaboration in accordance with the UK Government policy, and the Welsh Government’s local, regional and national agenda. 3. To engage with a wide range of stakeholders including Welsh Government, WLGA, CPP(W), NTSB, CMA, ACTSO, APHA, BiS, TSI, CIEH, LBRO, Wales Police Forces, Food Standards Agency, consumer groups, and others, in order to promote new and emerging trading standards agendas 4. To act as a WHoTS point of contact to coordinate relevant consultation responses and requests for information from key stakeholder organisations. 5. To co-ordinate the activities of the WHoTS, including setting up ordinary and annual general meetings, arranging speakers, and ensuring action points etc are implemented. 6. To assist the production of business plans, and other publications as directed by WHoTS. 7. To carry out appropriate functions in relation to the work of the National Trading Standards Board in Wales as determined by WHOTS; most notably to carry out the duties of the ‘Action Manager’ as defined by their ‘Trading Standards Intelligence Operating Model’ 8. To attend meetings of WHoTS and sub groups, as required. 9. To attend meetings of the UK regional coordinators, and feedback to WHoTS. 10. To report to Directors of Public Protection Wales (DPPW) meetings on key issues and feedback to WHoTS. 11. Where necessary, to deputise for the Chair or other officers to represent the WHoTS at national meetings and to feedback to WHoTS 12. To liaise and with the Chairs of the Delivery Groups in delivering the objectives WHoTS. 13. To facilitate low-cost practitioner training in partnership with TSI, Welsh Government and other relevant bodies. 14. To undertake any other duties, as agreed, as are appropriate and commensurate with the provisions of the contract. 15. The appointed consultant will also liaise with any other officer of WAW or WG as required to deliver the required services and products.

Trading Standards Wales – Regional Coordinator Consultancy Specification

WLGA | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline February 27, 2015
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73000000, 98100000, 98300000

WLGA wishes to appoint an external consultant to provide the following trading standards coordination services. It is anticipated these services will constitute 3 days work per week. The precise activities to be delivered will be agreed between WLGA and the appointed consultant prior to final appointment. It is considered that in order to provide these services, the consultant will have a detailed knowledge of the strategic objectives and a sound technical understanding of the trading standards profession. The services required are: 1. To promote service improvement in trading standards services through best practice and the better regulation agenda. 2. To promote service improvement through collaboration in accordance with the UK Government policy, and the Welsh Government’s local, regional and national agenda. 3. To engage with a wide range of stakeholders including Welsh Government, WLGA, CPP(W), NTSB, CMA, ACTSO, APHA, BiS, TSI, CIEH, LBRO, Wales Police Forces, Food Standards Agency, consumer groups, and others, in order to promote new and emerging trading standards agendas 4. To act as a WHoTS point of contact to coordinate relevant consultation responses and requests for information from key stakeholder organisations. 5. To co-ordinate the activities of the WHoTS, including setting up ordinary and annual general meetings, arranging speakers, and ensuring action points etc are implemented. 6. To assist the production of business plans, and other publications as directed by WHoTS. 7. To carry out appropriate functions in relation to the work of the National Trading Standards Board in Wales as determined by WHOTS; most notably to carry out the duties of the ‘Action Manager’ as defined by their ‘Trading Standards Intelligence Operating Model’ 8. To attend meetings of WHoTS and sub groups, as required. 9. To attend meetings of the UK regional coordinators, and feedback to WHoTS. 10. To report to Directors of Public Protection Wales (DPPW) meetings on key issues and feedback to WHoTS. 11. Where necessary, to deputise for the Chair or other officers to represent the WHoTS at national meetings and to feedback to WHoTS 12. To liaise and with the Chairs of the Delivery Groups in delivering the objectives WHoTS. 13. To facilitate low-cost practitioner training in partnership with TSI, Welsh Government and other relevant bodies. 14. To undertake any other duties, as agreed, as are appropriate and commensurate with the provisions of the contract. 15. The appointed consultant will also liaise with any other officer of WAW or WG as required to deliver the required services and products.

A55/A494/A548 Deeside Corridor Improvement

Welsh Government | Published May 22, 2015
Winner
Aecom
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71311000, 71313000, 71335000

The Welsh Government has appointed a Consultant to carry out a Stage 2 WelTAG appraisal on two toute corridors (A494/A55 and A548).

Construction Consultancy Services

Careers Wales | Published February 19, 2016  -  Deadline March 1, 2016
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71000000, 71530000

1. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
Tender contract value
It is envisaged that the tender value will not exceed £100,000 over the two years of the contract.
Career Choices Dewis Gyrfa Ltd (CCDG) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Welsh Government which was formed on 1 April 2013. Trading as Gyrfa Cymru Careers Wales, we provide the all age independent and impartial careers information, advice and guidance service for Wales.
We deliver a remit set by the Minister for Education and Skills and support the Welsh Government’s strategic objectives as identified in the Programme for Government and related Welsh Government policies, such as the Youth Engagement and Progression Framework (YEPF). The overall focus for our service is to help people make effective decisions and become independent in managing their careers. This includes making realistic career decisions and plans, and ensuring successful progression and positive outcomes for individuals, who we support to gain appropriate training, further learning or employment. Our work helps to develop the nation’s skills base and to support the effectiveness of expenditure on education and training, thereby contributing to the economic and social well-being of Wales.
Gyrfa Cymru Careers Wales is part of the broader ‘Careers Family’ in Wales which includes the Welsh Higher Education Careers Advisory Services, Secondary Schools, Further Education Institutions, Work Based Learning Providers, Local Authority Youth Services, Learning Coaches, Jobcentre Plus, Probation and Youth Offending Services and others.
Careers Wales own or lease some 42 properties in Wales, we are intending to appoint consultancy services to cover all our offices.
It is intended that an “All in Multi-disciplined consultancy service be engaged, with the lead consultant required to take responsibility for and manage the contracts for all required services to include architectural, structural engineering and quantity surveying / cost consultancy.
A fully qualified professional for each discipline to be made available within the team with sub-consultants engaged when required.
The lead consultant will be responsible for the following items:
• Defining the client’s requirements,
• identifying constraints
• developing and maintaining a project strategy
• the appointment of appropriate professional skills
• creating a management structure and good communications environment in which all parties can perform effectively.
• developing project procedures, including identifying relevant existing procedures of the client
• administrative actions such as contributions to and frequency of progress reports, validation of certificates, invoice etc.
• developing and managing change control procedures
• monitoring performance activity, cost planning, change control, programme and progress
• evaluating performance of the project in use
• BREEAM where appropriate within the design together with other environmental issues that occurs.
Practices will adhere to their relevant professional bodies codes of conduct at all times.
Organisations are at different stages with implementation of the use of BIM suppliers will be expected to work with participating organisations regarding development of BIM in line with individual authority and WAG requirements.
The Service Provider must allow for all work necessary for the delivery of the project including but not limited to the following:
• All project management duties with regard to the services specified within the applicable lot.
• Contract administration
• Employers agent
• Expert witness
• Cost Management
• Supply Chain Management
• Where applicable and appropriate due consideration will be given to BREEAM Excellence requirements
• Conservation area, listed building, historic estate and archaeological reviews.
• Specific outputs defined by the client within the specification for the further competition.
• Service Provider specified outputs
• Compliance with all

Commissioning Consultants Framework.

Cardiff University | Published March 17, 2016
Winner
Cardiff Commissioning Ltd
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71541000, 71530000

The establishment of a framework of pre-qualified and suitably experienced Commissioning Consultant Services (the ‘Framework’), which will enable participating authorities to call off services on an ‘as required’ basis in relation to University and other building projects.

The Framework will cover the management of the commissioning process from initial design review through to completion and seasonal proving. This will include producing the commissioning programme, chairing commissioning meetings, witnessing of systems and a full audit trail of the commissioning of all major mechanical and electrical systems. This Framework will run in tandem with a separate framework currently being procured for Professional Services Consultants and will cover all value bands from 1 500 000 GBP — 15 000 000 GBP.

Continuous improvement, collaboration and measurement by key performance indicators will be features of the Framework. The call off method for the Framework will be by way of direct award.

Cardiff University as an employer, is committed to paying all employees not less than the living wage, as set out by the Living Wage Foundation.

To obtain the tender documents, suppliers are required to register on the following website:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home

express an interest in the tender and download the ITT documents.

Suppliers must not request tender documents from the contracting authority as they are readily available from the above web portal.

Responses to the ITT and any clarification questions must be submitted via the above web portal.

The contracting authority does not guarantee that any specific volume and/or value of services will be called off under the Framework.

Commissioning Consultants Framework

Cardiff University | Published March 17, 2016
Winner
Core Group Ltd , Cardiff Commissioning Ltd
cpvs
71541000, 71530000

The establishment of a framework of pre-qualified and suitably experienced Commissioning Consultant Services (the “Framework”), which will enable participating authorities to call off services on an 'as required' basis in relation to University and other building projects.

The Framework will cover the management of the commissioning process from initial design review through to completion and seasonal proving. This will include producing the commissioning programme, chairing commissioning meetings, witnessing of systems and a full audit trail of the commissioning of all major mechanical and electrical systems. This Framework will run in tandem with a separate framework currently being procured for Professional Services Consultants and will cover all value bands from GBP1.5M - GBP15M.

Continuous improvement, collaboration and measurement by key performance indicators will be features of the Framework. The call off method for the Framework will be by way of direct award.

Cardiff University as an employer, is committed to paying all employees not less than the living wage, as set out by the Living Wage Foundation.

To obtain the tender documents, suppliers are required to register on the following website:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home

express an interest in the tender and download the ITT documents.

Suppliers must not request tender documents from the contracting authority as they are readily available from the above web portal.

Responses to the ITT and any clarification questions must be submitted via the above web portal.

The contracting authority does not guarantee that any specific volume and/or value of services will be called off under the Framework.

Commissioning Consultants Framework.

Cardiff University | Published August 4, 2015  -  Deadline September 8, 2015
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71541000, 71530000

The establishment of a framework of pre-qualified and suitably experienced Commissioning Consultant Services (the ‘Framework’), which will enable participating authorities to call off services on an ‘as required’ basis in relation to University and other building projects. The Framework will cover the management of the commissioning process from initial design review through to completion and seasonal proving. This will include producing the commissioning programme, chairing commissioning meetings, witnessing of systems and a full audit trail of the commissioning of all major mechanical and electrical systems. This Framework will run in tandem with a separate framework currently being procured for Professional Services Consultants and will cover all value bands from GBP 1 500 000 — GBP 15 000 000. Continuous improvement, collaboration and measurement by key performance indicators will be features of the Framework. The call off method for the Framework will be by way of direct award. Cardiff University as an employer, is committed to paying all employees not less than the living wage, as set out by the Living Wage Foundation. To obtain the tender documents, suppliers are required to register on the following website: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home Express an interest in the tender and download the ITT documents. Suppliers must not request tender documents from the contracting authority as they are readily available from the above web portal. Responses to the ITT and any clarification questions must be submitted via the above web portal. The contracting authority does not guarantee that any specific volume and/or value of services will be called off under the Framework. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=31070

Commissioning Consultants Framework

Cardiff University | Published August 3, 2015  -  Deadline September 8, 2015
cpvs
71541000, 71530000

The establishment of a framework of pre-qualified and suitably experienced Commissioning Consultant Services (the “Framework”), which will enable participating authorities to call off services on an 'as required' basis in relation to University and other building projects. The Framework will cover the management of the commissioning process from initial design review through to completion and seasonal proving. This will include producing the commissioning programme, chairing commissioning meetings, witnessing of systems and a full audit trail of the commissioning of all major mechanical and electrical systems. This Framework will run in tandem with a separate framework currently being procured for Professional Services Consultants and will cover all value bands from GBP1.5M - GBP15M. Continuous improvement, collaboration and measurement by key performance indicators will be features of the Framework. The call off method for the Framework will be by way of direct award. Cardiff University as an employer, is committed to paying all employees not less than the living wage, as set out by the Living Wage Foundation. To obtain the tender documents, suppliers are required to register on the following website: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home express an interest in the tender and download the ITT documents. Suppliers must not request tender documents from the contracting authority as they are readily available from the above web portal. Responses to the ITT and any clarification questions must be submitted via the above web portal. The contracting authority does not guarantee that any specific volume and/or value of services will be called off under the Framework. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=31070.

Building Consultants Framework Agreement.

Cardiff University | Published March 17, 2016
Winner
Robinson Low Francis Llp
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71221000, 71315300, 71312000, 71311000, 71315210, 71333000, 71334000, 71324000, 72224000, 71541000, 71315400

The aim of this project is to establish a framework (the Framework) of pre-qualified and suitably experienced Professional Services Consultants (Consultants), which will enable participating authorities to call off services on an ‘as required’ basis in relation to University and other building projects. The contracts allocated under the Professional Services Consultant Framework agreement may include refurbishment and/or new build, and may involve single site projects, or groups of sites. The Framework will consist of 7 separate lots, and a range of Consultants and abilities to reflect the anticipated scope of projects. Continuous improvement, collaboration and measurement by key performance indicators will be features of the Framework. The participating authorities are committed to contributing to the social and economic and environmental well being of the wider community. Accordingly the successful Consultants will be required to consider community benefits; specific requirements will be detailed within the tender documents which will also state whether the requirements are core or non-core. 2 methods may be used by the participating authorities to call off/award contracts under the Framework: (i) mini competition and (ii) direct award. Call off arrangements will vary according to the applicable Lot as follows:

Lot 1 — Building Surveyors — Mini Competition

Lot 2 — Architects — Mini Competition

Lot 3 — Project Managers — Direct award or mini competition

Lot 4 — M&E Service Engineers — Direct award or mini competition

Lot 5 — Civil and Structural Engineers — Direct award or mini competition

Lot 6 — Quantity Surveyors — Direct award or mini competition

Lot 7 — Commissioning Consultants — Direct Award (single organisation award for lot 7)

Cardiff University as an employer, is committed to paying all employees not less than the living wage, as set out by the Living Wage Foundation.

Further information is set out in the pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) documents, see section V.I.3) for details.

To obtain PQQ documents, suppliers are required to register on the following website:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home

express an interest in the tender and download the PQQ documents.

Suppliers should note that PQQ documents will be made available to download from midday on Monday 2.3.2015.

Suppliers must not request PQQ documents from the contracting authority as they are readily available from the above web portal.

Reponses to the PQQ and any clarification questions must be submitted via the above web portal.

Building Consultants Framework Agreement

Cardiff University | Published March 17, 2016
Winner
Atkins Ltd , Stride Treglown , Sweett (Uk) Limited , Ridge & Partners , Powell Dobson , Bdp , Ibi Nightingale , Capita Property & Infrastructure Ltd , Boyes Rees Architects Ltd , Gleeds Management Services , Pick Everard , Turner & Townsend Project Management , Provelio Limited , Aecom , Wsp | Parsons Brinckerhoff , Wsp | Parsons Brinckerhoff , Couch Perry & Wilkes Llp , Hoare Lea , Ove Arup & Partners Ltd , Curtins Consulting Ltd , Rvw Consulting Limited , Opus International Consultants (Uk) Ltd , Gleeds Cost Management Ltd , Faithful+Gould , Robinson Low Francis Llp
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71221000, 71315300, 71312000, 71311000, 71315210, 71333000, 71334000, 71324000, 72224000, 71541000, 71315400

The aim of this project is to establish a framework (the Framework) of pre-qualified and suitably experienced Professional Services Consultants (Consultants), which will enable participating authorities to call off services on an 'as required' basis in relation to University and other building projects. The contracts allocated under the Professional Services Consultant Framework agreement may include refurbishment and/or new build, and may involve single site projects, or groups of sites. The Framework will consist of seven (7)seperate lots, and a range of Consultants and abilities to reflect the anticipated scope of projects. Continuous improvement, collaboration and measurement by key performance indicators will be features of the Framework. The participating authorities are committed to contributing to the social and economic and environmental well being of the wider community. Accordingly the successful Consultants will be required to consider community benefits; specific requirements will be detailed within the tender documents which will also state whether the requirements are core or non-core. Two methods may be used by the participating authorities to call off/award contracts under the Framework: (i) mini competition and (ii) direct award. Call off arrangements will vary according to the applicable Lot as follows:

Lot 1 - Building Surveyors - Mini Competition

Lot 2 - Architects - Mini Competition

Lot 3 - Project Managers - Direct award or mini competition

Lot 4 - M&E Service Engineers - Direct award or mini competition

Lot 5 - Civil and Structural Engineers - Direct award or mini competition

Lot 6 - Quantity Surveyors - Direct award or mini competition

Lot 7 - Commissioning Consultants - Direct Award (single organisation award for lot 7)

Cardiff University as an employer, is committed to paying all employees not less than the living wage, as set out by the Living Wage Foundation.

Further information is set out in the pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) documents, see section V.I.3 for details.

To obtain PQQ documents, suppliers are required to register on the following website:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home

express an interest in the tender and download the PQQ documents.

Suppliers should note that PQQ documents will be made available to download from midday on Monday 2nd March 15.

Suppliers must not request PQQ documents from the contracting authority as they are readily available from the above web portal.

Reponses to the PQQ and any clarification questions must be submitted via the above web portal.

Building Consultants Framework Agreement.

Cardiff University | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 2, 2015
cpvs
71334000

The aim of this project is to establish a framework (the Framework) of pre-qualified and suitably experienced Professional Services Consultants (Consultants), which will enable participating authorities to call off services on an 'as required' basis in relation to University and other building projects. The contracts allocated under the Professional Services Consultant Framework agreement may include refurbishment and/or new build, and may involve single site projects, or groups of sites. The Framework will consist of seven (7) seperate lots, and a range of Consultants and abilities to reflect the anticipated scope of projects. Continuous improvement, collaboration and measurement by key performance indicators will be features of the Framework. The participating authorities are committed to contributing to the social and economic and environmental well being of the wider community. Accordingly the successful Consultants will be required to consider community benefits; specific requirements will be detailed within the tender documents which will also state whether the requirements are core or non-core. 2 methods may be used by the participating authorities to call off/award contracts under the Framework: (i) mini competition and (ii) direct award. Call off arrangements will vary according to the applicable Lot as follows: Lot 1 - Building Surveyors - Mini Competition Lot 2 - Architects - Mini Competition Lot 3 - Project Managers - Direct award or mini competition Lot 4 - M&E Service Engineers - Direct award or mini competition Lot 5 - Civil and Structural Engineers - Direct award or mini competition Lot 6 - Quantity Surveyors - Direct award or mini competition Lot 7 - Commissioning Consultants - Direct Award (single organisation award for lot 7) Cardiff University as an employer, is committed to paying all employees not less than the living wage, as set out by the Living Wage Foundation. Further information is set out in the pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) documents, see section V.I.3 for details. To obtain PQQ documents, suppliers are required to register on the following website: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home express an interest in the tender and download the PQQ documents. Suppliers should note that PQQ documents will be made available to download from midday on Monday 2.3.2015. Suppliers must not request PQQ documents from the contracting authority as they are readily available from the above web portal. Reponses to the PQQ and any clarification questions must be submitted via the above web portal. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=22490

Building Consultants Framework Agreement

Cardiff University | Published February 25, 2015  -  Deadline April 2, 2015
cpvs
71221000, 71315300, 71312000, 71311000, 71315210, 71333000, 71334000, 71324000, 72224000, 71541000, 71315400, 71315300, 71200000, 71221000, 72224000, 71334000, 71311000, 71312000, 71324000, 71541000

The aim of this project is to establish a framework (the Framework) of pre-qualified and suitably experienced Professional Services Consultants (Consultants), which will enable participating authorities to call off services on an 'as required' basis in relation to University and other building projects. The contracts allocated under the Professional Services Consultant Framework agreement may include refurbishment and/or new build, and may involve single site projects, or groups of sites. The Framework will consist of seven (7)seperate lots, and a range of Consultants and abilities to reflect the anticipated scope of projects. Continuous improvement, collaboration and measurement by key performance indicators will be features of the Framework. The participating authorities are committed to contributing to the social and economic and environmental well being of the wider community. Accordingly the successful Consultants will be required to consider community benefits; specific requirements will be detailed within the tender documents which will also state whether the requirements are core or non-core. Two methods may be used by the participating authorities to call off/award contracts under the Framework: (i) mini competition and (ii) direct award. Call off arrangements will vary according to the applicable Lot as follows: Lot 1 - Building Surveyors - Mini Competition Lot 2 - Architects - Mini Competition Lot 3 - Project Managers - Direct award or mini competition Lot 4 - M&E Service Engineers - Direct award or mini competition Lot 5 - Civil and Structural Engineers - Direct award or mini competition Lot 6 - Quantity Surveyors - Direct award or mini competition Lot 7 - Commissioning Consultants - Direct Award (single organisation award for lot 7) Cardiff University as an employer, is committed to paying all employees not less than the living wage, as set out by the Living Wage Foundation. Further information is set out in the pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ) documents, see section V.I.3 for details. To obtain PQQ documents, suppliers are required to register on the following website: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home express an interest in the tender and download the PQQ documents. Suppliers should note that PQQ documents will be made available to download from midday on Monday 2nd March 15. Suppliers must not request PQQ documents from the contracting authority as they are readily available from the above web portal. Reponses to the PQQ and any clarification questions must be submitted via the above web portal. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=22490.

An evaluation of Business.Wales.gov.uk and Sell2Wales.gov.uk

Welsh Government | Published November 5, 2014
Winner
Socitm Ltd
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The purpose of the contract will be to appoint a suitable consultant to work with the Welsh Ministers (Herein after the client) on an evaluation of both the Business.Wales (business.wales.gov.uk) and Sell2Wales (sell2wales.gov.uk) websites, including the social media presence as well as the main websites. The main outcomes expected of the successful tenderer will be: • Design an evaluation framework for Business.Wales and Sell2Wales; • Implement the baseline evaluation; • Benchmark Business.Wales and Sell2Wales against comparable sites in other parts of the UK; and • Produce a set of evidence based recommendations which focus on improving the take up of, Business.Wales and Sell2Wales, information and services including the Welsh content. This is a one off contract with an anticipated duration of 4 months from start of the evaluation to completion.

Provision of Renal Dialysis Units for South East Wales

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published March 22, 2017
Winner
B. Braun Medical Limited
cpvs

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership (hosted by Velindre NHS Trust) acting on behalf of (i) Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and (ii) Cwm Taf Local Health Board and (iii) Anuerin Bevan Local Health Board; sought to appoint a sole supplier to provide chronic haemodialysis services across the five (5) sites in South East Wales for established renal failure patients requiring renal replacement therapy and who are not suitable or able to undertake alternative dialysis therapy or are awaiting transplantation. The comprehensive regional renal service is provided by the Department of Nephrology, CVUUHB and is based at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff. There are satellite dialysis units at Cardiff, Pentwyn, Newport, Pontyclun and North Gwent. These include consultant led clinics and nurse / pharmacy led anaemia management clinics.

Cardiff Heat Network Development Study

The City of Cardiff Council | Published March 29, 2017
Winner
W S P Uk Ltd
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To appoint technical consultant to undertake following wok packages: Work Package 1 (WP1): Heat Mapping and Masterplanning – WP1 will identify and map clusters of heat demand in close proximity to sources of heat supply. It will also identify how these clusters could be linked together with pre-insulated pipes carrying hot water to establish network infrastructure linking significant elements of the city. Work Package 2 (WP2): Detailed Project Feasibility Assessment – WP2 will investigate in detail the technical feasibility and economic viability of establishing an innovative, low temperature heat network supplying government, other public sector and commercial buildings in the city. The heat network will be capable of obtaining heat from a range of very low carbon heat sources.