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United Kingdom-Portsmouth: Education and training services

 | Published February 9, 2015
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United Kingdom-Portsmouth: Education and training services

Provision of Outsourced Training Services.

Ministry of Defence | Published January 26, 2016
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80000000, 80500000, 80521000, 80531200, 80570000, 80600000

Education and training services. Training services. Training programme services. Technical training services. Personal development training services. Training services in defence and security materials. The Training Service will be delivered at a number of MOD establishments within the UK, primarily in Devon and Hampshire. The Training Service comprises both the delivery of education and training to personnel (to enable them to meet operational needs) and training design.

The Training Service will primarily comprise Naval technical and tactical training, education and training support (e.g. training planning, equipment support, routine maintenance and training design).

This service is partially a replacement of the current training provision under the Fleet Outsourced Activities Project (Training) (FOAP(T)). Contract no: FLEET/SP2/0006. It is intended that additional training services, beyond those delivered by FOAP(T), will be added progressively throughout the contract duration: A small number of services may also be removed. Further information will be included in the Invitation to Negotiate (ITN)

Training design falls into 4 primary categories: Routine Training Document Maintenance; design changes due to new equipment(s); design changes as a result of restructuring, policy changes and operational requirements; and Training Modernisation.

Training Modernisation is the progressive modernisation of training services to provide more efficient resource utilisation, shorter training pipelines, improved morale and retention of RN personnel, and flexibility to enable tailoring to different student levels of competence and prior learning.

To deliver the range, depth and capacity of training design expertise, elements of training design, other than routine training document maintenance are expected to be sub-contracted. Further information will be included in the ITN.

POTS envisages a staged approach, initially focused on a seamless transition from existing arrangements leading into continuous delivery of the Training Service which will then be improved by Training Modernisation.

The Crown owns the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for the existing training documents and the contractor will be given access to these during transition and throughout the contract period for maintenance and service delivery purposes.

The contractor will be required to manage military assets supplied to the contractor as Government Furnished Assets. An element of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) will apply to a small proportion of this equipment and the Contractor will be expected to manage this. Further information will be included in the ITN.

Provision of Outsourced Training Services.

Ministry of Defence, C&C, Naval Authority Group | Published January 23, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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80000000, 80500000, 80521000, 80531200, 80570000, 80600000

Education and training services. Training services. Training programme services. Technical training services. Personal development training services. Training services in defence and security materials. The Training Service will be delivered at a number of MOD establishments within the UK, primarily in Devon and Hampshire. The Training Service comprises both the delivery of education and training to personnel (to enable them to meet operational needs) and training design.

The Training Service will primarily comprise Naval technical and tactical training, education and training support (e.g. training planning, equipment support, routine maintenance and training design).

This service is partially a replacement of the current training provision under the Fleet Outsourced Activities Project (Training) (FOAP(T)). Contract no: FLEET/SP2/0006. It is intended that additional training services, beyond those delivered by FOAP(T), will be added progressively throughout the contract duration: A small number of services may also be removed. Further information will be included in the Invitation to Negotiate (ITN)

Training design falls into 4 primary categories: Routine Training Document Maintenance; design changes due to new equipment(s); design changes as a result of restructuring, policy changes and operational requirements; and Training Modernisation.

Training Modernisation is the progressive modernisation of training services to provide more efficient resource utilisation, shorter training pipelines, improved morale and retention of RN personnel, and flexibility to enable tailoring to different student levels of competence and prior learning.

To deliver the range, depth and capacity of training design expertise, elements of training design, other than routine training document maintenance are expected to be sub-contracted. Further information will be included in the ITN.

POTS envisages a staged approach, initially focused on a seamless transition from existing arrangements leading into continuous delivery of the Training Service which will then be improved by Training Modernisation.

The Crown owns the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for the existing training documents and the contractor will be given access to these during transition and throughout the contract period for maintenance and service delivery purposes.

The contractor will be required to manage military assets supplied to the contractor as Government Furnished Assets. An element of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) will apply to a small proportion of this equipment and the Contractor will be expected to manage this. Further information will be included in the ITN.

16/006 — External Audit.

University of Portsmouth | Published March 17, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
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79212100

External Audit Services

The University of Portsmouth intends to appoint an external audit provider to support the activities of the University and its subsidiary undertakings with the necessary audit work on the 2015/16 financial statements. The contract will be awarded annually by The University Board of Governors, but subject to satisfactory performance, the University would not intend to undertake a tender exercise again for at least 5 years. Subject to satisfactory performance, the contract may be extended without formal tendering for up to a maximum of a further 1 year beyond the initial 5 years.

Note:

The appointed supplier will be expected to start work immediately upon award of this contract.

The external audit provider must have sufficient skills, expertise and experience to provide services at least to cover the relevant provisions of the Model Financial Memorandum between HEFCE and Institutions (http://www.hefce.ac.uk/pubs/hefce/2010/10_19). For a university of the complexity and size of Portsmouth, the external auditor would need access to specialist audit skills (e.g. tax, computer audit), to be familiar with specific higher education iUoPes and bring relevant knowledge of the large business units operating within the University (e.g. academic faculties, catering, estates, library services etc.,). The auditor must be aware of developments within Higher Education particularly where these may have mandatory applications to institutions and/or potentially have significant financial effects and risks.

The University will be looking to short-list to a minimum of 5 suppliers at the selection stage of the tender. Only the shortlisted suppliers will have their full ITT's assessed.

To Express an Interest in this project please register on the University of Portsmouth In-Tend webpage and express an interest in this project. Please find the weblink for our webpage below:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/port/

Information, Advice and Support Service for Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and their

Portsmouth City Council | Published November 14, 2015
Winner
The Rose Road Association
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85311200, 85311300, 85312000, 85312120, 85312300, 85320000

Portsmouth City Council (the ‘Authority’) has awarded a contract for the provision of an Information and Support Service for the use of children with special educational needs (SEN) and their parents in and around the Portsmouth area. The initial Contract period will be for 2 years with possibility of extending the term by a further 2 years to a maximum total term of 4 years in increments to be agreed, subject to the agreement and performance of both parties. The value of the contract is approximately 62 000 GBP per annum with a maximum total value of 248 000 GBP if all extension options are taken up.

Information, Advice and Support Service for Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and their

Portsmouth City Council | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline August 27, 2015
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85311200, 85311300, 85312000, 85312120, 85312300, 85320000

Portsmouth City Council (the ‘Authority’) is seeking suitably qualified and experienced providers to tender for the provision of an Information and Support Service for the use of children with special educational needs (SEN) and their parents in and around the Portsmouth area. The initial Contract period will be for 2 years with possibility of extending the term by a further 2 years to a maximum total term of 4 years in increments to be agreed, subject to the agreement and performance of both parties. The authority aims to have awarded the contract by 16.11.2015 with a contract start date of 1.4.2016. The deadline for submission of requests for clarification is 23:59 on 10.8.2015 and the deadline for completed tenders is 14:00 on 27.8.2015. Interested suppliers can access the Invitation to Tender documents and supporting information via the Council's Intend System at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/portsmouthcc/aspx/home

Information, Advice and Support Service for Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and their Parents.

Portsmouth City Council | Published November 14, 2015
Winner
The Rose Road Association
cpvs
85311200, 85311300, 85312000, 85312120, 85312300, 85320000

Portsmouth City Council (the ‘Authority’) has awarded a contract for the provision of an Information and Support Service for the use of children with special educational needs (SEN) and their parents in and around the Portsmouth area. The initial Contract period will be for 2 years with possibility of extending the term by a further 2 years to a maximum total term of 4 years in increments to be agreed, subject to the agreement and performance of both parties. The value of the contract is approximately 62 000 GBP per annum with a maximum total value of 248 000 GBP if all extension options are taken up.

Information, Advice and Support Service for Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and their Parents.

Portsmouth City Council | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline August 27, 2015
cpvs
85311200, 85311300, 85312000, 85312120, 85312300, 85320000

Portsmouth City Council (the ‘Authority’) is seeking suitably qualified and experienced providers to tender for the provision of an Information and Support Service for the use of children with special educational needs (SEN) and their parents in and around the Portsmouth area. The initial Contract period will be for 2 years with possibility of extending the term by a further 2 years to a maximum total term of 4 years in increments to be agreed, subject to the agreement and performance of both parties. The authority aims to have awarded the contract by 16.11.2015 with a contract start date of 1.4.2016. The deadline for submission of requests for clarification is 23:59 on 10.8.2015 and the deadline for completed tenders is 14:00 on 27.8.2015. Interested suppliers can access the Invitation to Tender documents and supporting information via the Council's Intend System at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/portsmouthcc/aspx/home
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