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Education and Early Years Management Information System

Durham County Council | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
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Education and Early Years Management Information System - Hosted by the County Council.

004412 - NEPO Placements for 0-25 years in Department for Education Schools and Colleges

Newcastle City Council | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015
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Framework Agreement for the provision of Placements in Department for Education (DfE) registered non-maintained and independent special Schools and Colleges for Children and Young People 0-25 years, day, boarding and residential placements.

The appointment of a Technology Partner and the establishment of an Alternative Service Delivery Model (“ASDM”) for ICT and Technology in Sunderland

Sunderland City Council | Published October 20, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
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Sunderland City Council (the Authority) is seeking to appoint a Technology Partner and to establish with the Technology Partner an alternative service delivery model for ICT and Technology for both the Authority and the City of Sunderland (the City) ( and potentially the wider North East region). A core objective of the project is to contribute to and/or promote the City's key priorities of improving economic growth and wealth, education and skills and health and well-being within the City (the City Priorities) through the innovative use of technology and data.

Contract for a Management Information System

Gateshead Council | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 17, 2015
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Gateshead Council require a Management Information System (MIS) to enable it to process all required data and funding needs of external bodies as well as the flexibility to meet its own requirements. Gateshead Council currently use a Management Information System (MIS) called Aqua which is provided by Service Birmingham. By improving the systems of learningSkills this procurement aims to make the service more efficient and responsive to learner and employer need. This will in turn improve the skills and knowledge of Gateshead population, and promote further and higher education in Gateshead. Please log onto www.nepoportal.org, register your interest and download the documents for further information.

HEFCE STEM Phase 2 Construction Works

Northumbria University | Published October 1, 2015
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In 2014 The faculty of Engineering and Environment secured match funding from Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), as part of its GBP200 million scheme to increase high-quality Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students. The University will use the GBP6.7 million investment to create world-class teaching and research STEM facilities at its city campus, including new specialist laboratories and technology.This is the second phase of the construction works centred around the conversion of 2 lecture theatres to Automotive laboratories and the refurbishment of existing labs. Works must commence in March 2016 and complete in September 2016.

Bradford City CCG APMS Homeless & Asylum Seekers

NHS Yorkshire and Humber Commissioning Support | Published December 31, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017
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General Overview and Objectives of Services The key aims of the service are: Deliver a holistic primary care and social care service to the following groups: • Homeless; • asylum seekers; • refugees; and • socially excluded groups Deliver integrated, outreach services to hard to reach groups. These services will be interlinked. The outreach services are: • respite and integrated care and support service • pathway service (holistic assessment of health and social care needs of inpatients) • street medicine service The key objectives are: • to provide safe, high quality, effective structured primary medical care and health promotion, tailored to the unique needs of Bradford’s most socially excluded patients, that is responsive to Patient and community needs; • to focus service provision on ‘predict and prevent’ as well as ‘diagnose and treat’ - placing a strong emphasis on improving capacity to anticipate the future health needs of this population whilst also taking into account current needs; • to increase access to primary medical care, health promotion and Patient education that proactively maximises engagement with hard to reach and socially excluded individuals; and to develop approaches that empower Patients, their carers and families; • to work in partnership with other agencies to address wider Patient needs; and • to strive continuously through innovation and engagement to improve Patient experience and outcomes for primary medical care Patients, their carers and families.

Z / University of Sunderland - Payroll, Human Resource, Finance Business System

University of Sunderland | Published February 29, 2016  -  Deadline March 30, 2016
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The University of Sunderland is seeking to appoint an innovative supplier(s) (Strategic ICT Partner) to provide Enterprise Class application software and related services to include design, implementation, development and commissioning of systems; on-going support, training, enhancements (upgrades) and maintenance in relation to a Financial Management System and/or a Human Resources/Payroll Management System. It is envisaged that suppliers will apply for lots within this opportunity as either a supplier of an integrated system or for individual Human Resources/Payroll or Financial Management systems however suppliers must demonstrate how the system(s) can interface/integrate with other systems. At the core of management's system vision is a desire to consolidate systems and provide more automated integration to facilitate reliable, timely and accurate reporting to help the University achieve its goals of strategic management information and business intelligence capability. Management also require an agile system that is adaptable to the future needs of an organisation in the higher education sector. Suppliers will either offer a single supplier proposal or a lead supplier (with a supporting supplier chain) proposition. Should you require a copy of the PQQ in word format, please request via correspondence.

ILM Services

Durham University | Published November 9, 2015  -  Deadline October 21, 2015
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Sam Patterson Ltd
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The University are looking for a supplier to provide ILM services. There are a number of leadership and management programmes that are offered in-house in conjunction with the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education at a senior level and ILM qualifications at a first line manager and team leader level. To ensure that the ILM activities across the University are co-ordinated, cost effective and meet the needs of both the University and the individual, Durham University is seeking to appoint an external consultant to work with the training and development providers at the University. Annually the University training and development team runs the following programmes with approximately 14 members of University staff attending each programme one ILM level 2 Team Member Award (incorporated as part of MOSAIC development programme): one ILM level 2 Certificate in Leadership and Team Skills one ILM endorsed programme in Leadership (aimed at level 3 standards) one ILM endorsed programme Realising your Potential approach in Leadership (aimed at level 4 standards) one ILM endorsed coaching and mentoring programme (aimed at level 3 standards) ILM programmes have been running at the University for over fourteen years and are made available to all University staff from across the institution.

Integrated Sexual Health Service

South Tyneside Council | Published December 21, 2015  -  Deadline February 8, 2016
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South Tyneside Council is carrying out a tender for a fully integrated sexual health service and is seeking to award a single contract to one organisation or consortium. Under The Local Authorities Regulations 2013, each local authority is mandated to provide, or make arrangements for the provision of, open access sexual health services. Open access sexual health services aim to: Prevent and reduce the spread and onward transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs); Test, treat and care for those with STIs; Provide advice and access to a full range of contraception; Provide advice on preventing unplanned pregnancy. The Service will support delivery against the three main sexual health Public Health Outcome Framework measures: Under 18 conceptions Chlamydia diagnoses (15-24 year olds) People presenting with HIV at a late stage of infection In scope Genitourinary Medicine (GUM) services: Investigation, diagnosis, treatment, screening and testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Reproductive sexual health - RSH (formerly family planning): All methods of contraception. Targeted sexual health promotion. Out of scope Abortion, vasectomy and sterilisation services - CCGs HIV treatment and care services - NHS England Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs) - NHS England Sexual Health services as part of GP core contract - NHS England Sex and relationship education in schools - Schools The proposed service must be manageable within the cost envelope and be proportionate to the size and need of the targeted populations in South Tyneside.

Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for Home to School, Special Educational Needs and Vulnerable Adult Passenger Transport Services

Darlington Borough Council | Published October 19, 2015  -  Deadline November 18, 2015
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Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for Home to School, Special Educational Needs and Vulnerable Adult Passenger Transport Services

Prior Information Notice - Regional Home Oxygen Assessment & Review Service (North of England CCGs)

North Of England Commissioning Support | Published November 12, 2015
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North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) on behalf of several Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) across the North East and Cumbria are inviting Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from potential provider organisations in respect of a Regional Home Oxygen – Assessment and Review Service. The aim of the service is to offer the provision of a high quality evidence based assessment, management, education and support service for adult patients who require long term oxygen therapy within a community setting, implementing appropriate systems to avoid unnecessary expenditure and hospital admission in accordance with the following objectives which will support the CCG’s strategic plans: • To improve the quality of life for people requiring oxygen therapy; • To educate patients and their carers on the effective use and management of oxygen therapy; • To ensure all patients with oxygen saturation (SaO2) of 92% or less receive a formal assessment for Long-Term Oxygen Therapy; • To ensure all assessments and reviews are undertaken in accordance with the British Thoracic Society (BTS) Guidelines; • Build effective working relations with the oxygen supply company; • To work collaboratively with primary care, community and secondary care respiratory services; • To carry out ambulatory oxygen assessments and the prescribing of oxygen; • To reduce the number of inappropriate oxygen prescriptions; • To improve service consistency, delivery and access for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in a cost effective manner; • To avoid unnecessary hospital admissions through the provision of a Home Oxygen Assessment and Review Service in a timely manner; and • To demonstrate some initial savings through identification of inappropriate use oxygen use. North of England Commissioning Support Service (NECS) is a commissioning support service hosted by NHS England and will manage the recording of Expressions of Interest for an on behalf of the CCGs (the contracting authorities). Organisations who are interested in expressing an interest at this stage are kindly requested to indicate which geographical area(s) their organisation would potentially be interested in delivering a service for, should a future tender exercise arise. The geographical areas are: • Cumbria • South of Tyne & Wear • County Durham • South Tees Interested organisations are therefore kindly requested to confirm the geographical area(s) via the messaging facility within the NECS electronic tendering portal.
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