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Concession - Driver Education - Seatbelt

Thames Valley Police | Published December 2, 2010  -  Deadline January 4, 2011
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80550000

Provision of an on-line driver education concession for use of seatbelts. 

Contract for Driver Education (Classroom Based) concessions

Thames Valley Police | Published December 12, 2012  -  Deadline January 14, 2013
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80000000

Concession for Driver Education 

CPU1743 - E-Learning Service for Young People not in Mainstream Education

Oxfordshire County Council | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 14, 2016
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80000000

An E-Learning Service for Young People not in Mainstream Education

Education and Learning Improvement Services — Dynamic Purchasing System CPU1746

Oxfordshire County Council | Published November 26, 2016
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Contact: Oxfordshire County Council for full listing
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80000000

Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) invites Applicants to tender to join a type of Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) to support the core and traded provision available to schools and settings across the functions relating to School Improvement, Related School Support and Challenge Functions and Early Years Foundation Stage.

The subject matter of this procurement process relates to the delivery of services which are listed to in Schedule 3 to the Regulations. As such the full regime set out in the Regulations will not apply to the award of the DPS contracts. Consequently the procurement process adopted by the Commissioners has been developed in accordance with regulation 76 of the Regulations and in particular in accordance with the fundamental public procurement principles of transparency and equal treatment. For the avoidance of doubt this means that the Commissioners have not designed a dynamic purchasing system (as such term is defined in the Regulations) for the undertaking of this procurement process. The fact that in this contract notice at section II.1.3) the field/box relating to the establishment of a DPS does not mean that this procedure is being followed by the Commissioners. Similarly, the Council is adopting a single tender process for establishing the purchasing system but is not following the Open Procedure as defined in the Regulations.

Education and Learning Improvement Services — Dynamic Purchasing System CPU1746

Oxfordshire County Council | Published July 26, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
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80000000

Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) invites Applicants to tender to join a type of Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) to support the core and traded provision available to schools and settings across the functions relating to School Improvement, Related School Support and Challenge Functions and Early Years Foundation Stage.

The subject matter of this procurement process relates to the delivery of services which are listed to in Schedule 3 to the Regulations. As such the full regime set out in the Regulations will not apply to the award of the DPS contracts. Consequently the procurement process adopted by the Commissioners has been developed in accordance with regulation 76 of the Regulations and in particular in accordance with the fundamental public procurement principles of transparency and equal treatment. For the avoidance of doubt this means that the Commissioners have not designed a dynamic purchasing system (as such term is defined in the Regulations) for the undertaking of this procurement process. The fact that in this contract notice at section II.1.3) the field/box relating to the establishment of a DPS does not mean that this procedure is being followed by the Commissioners. Similarly, the Council is adopting a single tender process for establishing the purchasing system but is not following the Open Procedure as defined in the Regulations.

Education and Learning Improvement Services — Dynamic Purchasing System CPU1746

Oxfordshire County Council | Published July 26, 2016
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80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000, 80000000

Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) invites Applicants to tender to join a type of Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) to support the core and traded provision available to schools and settings across the functions relating to School Improvement, Related School Support and Challenge Functions and Early Years Foundation Stage.

The subject matter of this procurement process relates to the delivery of services which are listed to in Schedule 3 to the Regulations. As such the full regime set out in the Regulations will not apply to the award of the DPS contracts. Consequently the procurement process adopted by the Commissioners has been developed in accordance with regulation 76 of the Regulations and in particular in accordance with the fundamental public procurement principles of transparency and equal treatment. For the avoidance of doubt this means that the Commissioners have not designed a dynamic purchasing system (as such term is defined in the Regulations) for the undertaking of this procurement process. The fact that in this contract notice at section II.1.3) the field/box relating to the establishment of a DPS does not mean that this procedure is being followed by the Commissioners. Similarly, the Council is adopting a single tender process for establishing the purchasing system but is not following the Open Procedure as defined in the Regulations.

Transporting Vulnerable People Framework Agreement.

Oxfordshire County Council | Published February 14, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
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60112000, 60120000, 60130000

The Council are seeking service providers to supply transport to vulnerable clients of Children, Education and Families and Social Care Services. The framework will be open for call offs from 30.6.2015 to 29.6.2019 Services will include journeys for special educational needs clients and children and adult social care clients by taxi and mini bus with some requirements for passenger assistants and wheelchair accessible vehicles. The service location will predominantly be in Oxfordshire with some out of county requirements. The contract will be broken down in to 10 Lots, as detailed below: — Lot 1 Hackney/PHV — Driver + 4 Passenger Seats Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 4 seats and a driver. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs. — Lot 2 Hackney/PHV — Driver + 4 Passenger Seats — Passenger Assistant Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 3 seats with a driver and passenger assistant. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs. — Lot 3 Hackney/PHV — Driver + ≤8 Passenger Seats Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 8 seats and a driver. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs. — Lot 4 Hackney/PHV — Driver + ≤8 Passenger Seats — Passenger Assistant Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 7 seats with a driver and passenger assistant. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs. — Lot 5 Hackney/PHV Accessible — Driver + ≤8 Passenger Seats Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 8 seats with a driver and wheelchair accessibility. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs. — Lot 6 Hackney/PHV Accessible — Driver + ≤8 Passenger Seats -Passenger Assistant Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 7 seats with a driver, passenger assistant and wheelchair accessibility. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs. — Lot 7 PCV - Driver + ≤16 Passenger Seats Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 16 seats with a driver. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs — Lot 8 PCV —— Driver + ≤16 Passenger Seats — Passenger Assistant Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 15 seats with a driver and passenger assistant. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs. — Lot 9 PCV Accessible — Driver + ≤16 Passenger Seats Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 16 seats with a driver and wheelchair accessibility. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs. — Lot 10 PCV Accessible — Driver + ≤16 Passenger Seats - Passenger Assistant Tenderers will be invited to quote for a vehicle with up to 15 seats with a driver, passenger assistant and wheelchair accessibility. Services will include special education needs, children and adult social care transport needs. Tenderers are invited to bid for all Lots they wish to be considered for. Tenderers may bid for 1 or more Lots.

Provision and Supported Implementation of a Student Record System (SRS), with Document Management an

Oxford Brookes University | Published April 6, 2017
Winner
Ellucian Global
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48190000

Oxford Brookes University provides education for 18 000 students through its campuses in Headington (3 locations), Wheatley and Harcourt Hill as well as a satellite campus in Swindon, and a large number of students in partnership colleges and distance learning around the world. The university is embarking on a programme to replace its current Student Record System (SRS), which is a bespoke in-house system and has been developed over several decades. The decision has been taken by the University to procure a commercial off the shelf (COTS) Student Record System with document management and work-flow capability and to include integrated CRM functionality. The new system must support processes used across UK Higher Education (HE), with proven success in fulfilling such requirements for UK higher education institutions. The system supplier will be expected to have a demonstrable commitment to continual development of the system, in line with future changes to UK HE requirements and technological developments. Cloud hosted systems would be considered along with university-premises based solutions. The programme aims to realise the following high-level benefits: — Increased efficiency of core administrative and support processes. — Reduction of overall institutional risk assorted with the current SRS. — Reduced number of manual workarounds and paper forms. — Intuitive user interface with increased usability and access to relevant key information and services for both students and staff across all devices (computers, laptops, tablets and smart-phones, etc.). The scope of the Programme will be to procure and implement the systems to enable a seamless journey, for all types of students. Including — Curriculum and Portfolio Management. — All modules required for the full student journey (e.g. Admission, Fees / Student Finance, Enrolment, Module Selection, Assessment and Progression, Graduation, HESA, UCAS, SLC, UKVI, etc.). — Work-flow. — Document Management. — CRM. — Data Integration Platform. It is expected that there will be self-service access with role based security that allows staff and students to access key information and perform key tasks from any device, using a wide range of supported browsers.

Accommodation cleaning services

Residential Deep Clean Services | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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90911100

Oxford Brookes University operates and manages accommodation for students and staff during the semester periods and offers the facility for use by fee paying summer schools out of semester.

This is a specialist deep cleaning activity in a unique environment and requires exceptional cleaning and management experience in the HE (higher education)/University sector. Participants must be able to demonstrate their ability in an environment similar to Oxford Brookes and provide case studies that demonstrate operational success, cost reduction and innovative service delivery.

A bidder event and site visit will take place on 22.2.2017.

Oxford Brookes University operates and manages accommodation for students and staff during the semester periods and offers the facility for use by fee paying summer schools out of semester.

This is a specialist deep cleaning activity in a unique environment and requires exceptional cleaning and management experience in the HE (higher education) /University sector. Participants must be able to demonstrate their ability in an environment similar to Oxford Brookes and provide case studies that demonstrate operational success, cost reduction and innovative service delivery.

Bidder event/ site visit will take place on 22.2.2017.

Accommodation cleaning services

Oxford Brookes University | Published April 25, 2017
Winner
YBC Cleaning Services Ltd
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90911100

Oxford Brookes University operates and manages accommodation for students and staff during the semester periods and offers the facility for use by fee paying summer schools out of semester.

This is a specialist deep cleaning activity in a unique environment and requires exceptional cleaning and management experience in the HE (higher education)/University sector. Participants must be able to demonstrate their ability in an environment similar to Oxford Brookes and provide case studies that demonstrate operational success, cost reduction and innovative service delivery.

Oxford Brookes University operates and manages accommodation for students and staff during the semester periods and offers the facility for use by fee paying summer schools out of semester.

This is a specialist deep cleaning activity in a unique environment and requires exceptional cleaning and management experience in the HE (higher education)/University sector. Participants must be able to demonstrate their ability in an environment similar to Oxford Brookes and provide case studies that demonstrate operational success, cost reduction and innovative service delivery.

Bidder event/ site visit will take place on 22.2.2017.

Provision and Supported Implementation of a Student Record System (SRS), with Document Management and Work-flow capabilities in combination with integrated Customer Relationship Management (CRM) functionality and a Data Integration Platform (DIP)

Oxford Brookes University | Published April 6, 2017
Winner
Ellucian Global
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48000000, 72261000, 72263000, 72265000, 48190000

Oxford Brookes University provides education for 18 000 students through its campuses in Headington (3 locations), Wheatley and Harcourt Hill as well as a satellite campus in Swindon, and a large number of students in partnership colleges and distance learning around the world. The university is embarking on a programme to replace its current Student Record System (SRS), which is a bespoke in-house system and has been developed over several decades. The decision has been taken by the University to procure a commercial off the shelf (COTS) Student Record System with document management and work-flow capability and to include integrated CRM functionality. The new system must support processes used across UK Higher Education (HE), with proven success in fulfilling such requirements for UK higher education institutions. The system supplier will be expected to have a demonstrable commitment to continual development of the system, in line with future changes to UK HE requirements and technological developments. Cloud hosted systems would be considered along with university-premises based solutions.

The programme aims to realise the following high-level benefits:

— Increased efficiency of core administrative and support processes.

— Reduction of overall institutional risk assorted with the current SRS.

— Reduced number of manual workarounds and paper forms.

— Intuitive user interface with increased usability and access to relevant key information and services for both students and staff across all devices (computers, laptops, tablets and smart-phones, etc.).

The scope of the Programme will be to procure and implement the systems to enable a seamless journey, for all types of students.

Including

— Curriculum and Portfolio Management.

— All modules required for the full student journey (e.g. Admission, Fees / Student Finance, Enrolment, Module Selection, Assessment and Progression, Graduation, HESA, UCAS, SLC, UKVI, etc.).

— Work-flow.

— Document Management.

— CRM.

— Data Integration Platform.

It is expected that there will be self-service access with role based security that allows staff and students to access key information and perform key tasks from any device, using a wide range of supported browsers.

Provision and Supported Implementation of a Student Record System (SRS), with Document Management an

Oxford Brookes University | Published August 12, 2016
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48000000, 72261000, 72263000, 72265000, 48190000

Oxford Brookes University provides education for 18,000 students through its campuses in Headington (three locations), Wheatley and Harcourt Hill as well as a satellite campus in Swindon, and a large number of students in partnership colleges and distance learning around the world. The university is embarking on a programme to replace its current Student Record System (SRS), which is a bespoke in-house system and has been developed over several decades. The decision has been taken by the University to procure a commercial off the shelf (COTS) Student Record System with document management and workflow capability and to include integrated CRM functionality. The new system must support processes used across UK Higher Education (HE), with proven success in fulfilling such requirements for UK higher education institutions. The system supplier will be expected to have a demonstrable commitment to continual development of the system, in line with future changes to UK HE requirements and technological developments. Cloud hosted systems would be considered along with university-premises based solutions.

The programme aims to realise the following high-level benefits:

— Increased efficiency of core administrative and support processes.

— Reduction of overall institutional risk assorted with the current SRS.

— Reduced number of manual workarounds and paper forms.

— Intuitive user interface with increased usability and access to relevant key information and services for both students and staff across all devices (computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, etc).

The scope of the Programme will be to procure and implement the systems to enable a seamless journey, for all types of students.

Including

— Curriculum and Portfolio Management

— All modules required for the full student journey (e.g Admission, Fees / Student Finance, Enrolment, Module Selection, Assessment & Progression, Graduation, HESA, UCAS, SLC, UKVI, etc.)

— Workflow

— Document Management

— CRM

— Data Integration Platform

It is expected that there will be self-service access with role based security that allows staff and students to access key information and perform key tasks from any device, using a wide range of supported browsers.

Provision and Supported Implementation of a Student Record System (SRS), with Document Management and Workflow capabilities in combination with integrated Customer Relationship Management (CRM) functionality and a Data Integration Platform (DIP)

Oxford Brookes University | Published August 12, 2016  -  Deadline September 8, 2016
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48000000, 72261000, 72263000, 72265000, 48190000

Oxford Brookes University provides education for 18,000 students through its campuses in Headington (three locations), Wheatley and Harcourt Hill as well as a satellite campus in Swindon, and a large number of students in partnership colleges and distance learning around the world. The university is embarking on a programme to replace its current Student Record System (SRS), which is a bespoke in-house system and has been developed over several decades. The decision has been taken by the University to procure a commercial off the shelf (COTS) Student Record System with document management and workflow capability and to include integrated CRM functionality. The new system must support processes used across UK Higher Education (HE), with proven success in fulfilling such requirements for UK higher education institutions. The system supplier will be expected to have a demonstrable commitment to continual development of the system, in line with future changes to UK HE requirements and technological developments. Cloud hosted systems would be considered along with university-premises based solutions.

The programme aims to realise the following high-level benefits:

— Increased efficiency of core administrative and support processes.

— Reduction of overall institutional risk assorted with the current SRS.

— Reduced number of manual workarounds and paper forms.

— Intuitive user interface with increased usability and access to relevant key information and services for both students and staff across all devices (computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, etc).

The scope of the Programme will be to procure and implement the systems to enable a seamless journey, for all types of students.

Including

— Curriculum and Portfolio Management

— All modules required for the full student journey (e.g Admission, Fees / Student Finance, Enrolment, Module Selection, Assessment & Progression, Graduation, HESA, UCAS, SLC, UKVI, etc.)

— Workflow

— Document Management

— CRM

— Data Integration Platform

It is expected that there will be self-service access with role based security that allows staff and students to access key information and perform key tasks from any device, using a wide range of supported browsers.

School catering services

Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust | Published January 24, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
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55524000, 55523100

The Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust (ODST) is multi-academy trust which was set up to provide a vehicle for schools in the Oxford Diocese to come together. The Trust consists of 22 schools, primary and secondary, within the Oxford diocese area.

For further details visit www.ODST.org.uk

Initially 7 of the 22 ODST schools are tendering for provision of catering services, with the opportunity for additional schools to be added to the contract in future without need for further tendering. The 7 schools fall within a radius of 31 miles between Oxford and Windsor. These schools serve approximately 1 736 pupils. Catering services are required during term time, to be provided by one caterer at all sites.

Expressions of interest are being sought from companies experienced in education sites and who have a proven track record in this field. The contract is for five years with possibilities for two extensions of 1 year each.

Approximate value of the contract is around 1 810 259 GBP.

Catering Services contract for ODST schools; St Luke's C of E School, Burchetts Green C of E Infant School, Datchet St Mary's Primary Academy, St Peter's C of E Middle School, Wheatley C of E Primary School, Holyport C of E Primary School, South Moreton Primary School.

Cross Regional Residential & Educational Service for Young People and Children with Complex Needs - Provider Seminar

Oxfordshire County Council | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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321100

A seminar is being held on the 8th May 2017 (see attached document for details). This seminar will provide background and discussion regarding the forthcoming contract opportunity for the provision of residential and educational services for young people and children with complex needs covering seven local authorities located in south east England. We welcome all interested providers to join us at this seminar to share in further information and discussion on this opportunity.
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