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Civil engineering consultancy services

West Yorkshire Combined Authority | Published February 2, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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71311000, 71311210, 71327000, 44112000, 71300000, 71324000, 71322000, 71322100, 71520000, 71322300, 71320000

The Framework Agreement will enable West Yorkshire Combined Authority, the West Yorkshire District Councils, Leeds City Region councils and others with WYCA written consent (Doncaster, East Lincolnshire, East Riding of Yorkshire, Hull, North East Lincolnshire, North Yorkshire County Council, Rotherham and Sheffield) to call upon consultants to assist in delivering all aspects of Municipal Engineering including Building Structures and Regeneration projects.

Interested parties must download the documents from https://in-tendhost.co.uk/westyorkshireca/aspx/Home Hover on and select, ‘Tenders’ followed by, ‘Current’ and, ‘View Details.’ There is a registration process, if not already registered. Log in to gain access to the project and documents.

Note. It is not enough to simply click, ‘Express Interest.’ Interested parties must log in as well.

Civil Engineering consultancy work, covering a range of activities described in the invitation to tender documents.

Civil engineering consultancy services as described in the invitation to tender documents.

Business and management consultancy services

West Yorkshire Combined Authority | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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79410000

The West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) is delivering a 7 100 000 GBP programme called Strategic Business Growth (SBG). This is a 3-year business support programme for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Leeds City Region (LCR).

West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) is seeking to appoint a business support provider to design and deliver a key element of the SBG programme. This is expected to support the growth of at least 300 SMEs across LCR, which includes the Local Authority districts of Bradford, Calderdale, Craven, Harrogate, Kirklees, Leeds, Selby, Wakefield and York.

Interested parties should go to the e-tendering website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/westyorkshireca/aspx/Home. Hover on and select, ‘Tenders’ followed by, ‘Current’. Select the project and click, ‘View Details’, followed by' Express Interest'. There is then a registration process, if not already registered. Log in to gain access to the project and documents.

The West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) is delivering a 7 100 000 GBP programme called Strategic Business Growth (SBG). This is a three-year business support programme for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Leeds City Region (LCR).

West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) is seeking to appoint a business support provider to design and deliver a key element of the SBG programme. This is expected to support the growth of at least 300 SMEs across LCR, which includes the Local Authority districts of Bradford, Calderdale, Craven, Harrogate, Kirklees, Leeds, Selby, Wakefield and York.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

NHS Commissioning Board (NHS England) | Published February 11, 2017
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73000000, 73110000

NHS England is holding a market engagement day in advance of a potential procurement for a professional services contract to manage the implementation, delivery and in service evaluation of Digital Behaviour Change Interventions aimed at people at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes The Market Engagement event will take place on:

Date: Friday 3.3.2017,

Time: 11:15 to 14:30,

Venue: Avonmouth House, 6 Avonmouth Street, Greater London, United Kingdom, SE1 6NX.

Please register your interest by emailing Dawn Liburd at dawn.liburd@nhs.net by 12:00 noon 27.2.2017 and we will provide further details in due course.

NHS England wishes to enable a minimum of 5 000 individuals to receive a lifestyle change service delivered primarily via digital channels.

The service provider will be responsible for working with the local health economies and the managing digital intervention providers to implement services. The service provider will also be responsible for designing and undertaking an in service evaluation to address the following key policy questions:

i) Are Digital Behaviour Change Interventions (DBCIs) effective in supporting behaviour change?

ii) What potential effect do these DBCI's have on health inequalities?

iii) Can any conclusions be drawn about which groups would most benefit?

iv) What lessons can be learnt about how the interventions have been implemented?

v) What are the characteristics of digital interventions which appear to be the most effective/to have the most potential?

The contract is anticipated to last for 30 months.

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