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HEA008 — Online Course Delivery and CPD Portfolio

The Higher Education Academy | Published March 26, 2016
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80420000, 80570000, 80300000, 80420000, 80420000, 80420000

Tenders are invited by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) from Suppliers with relevant experience and ability to demonstrate sufficient capacity for the development, delivery, implementation and on-going support and development of an Online Course Delivery Platform and Online CPD Portfolio.

Legal Advice

YORK ST JOHN UNIVERSITY | Published May 10, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
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79111000

Tender for Legal Advice The University’s Governing Body is looking for a provider of independent legal advice; this tender exercise will therefore identify a suitable firm with experience in higher education, able to provide independent legal advice to the Governing Body, as and when required. The scope of the contract will be independent legal advice primarily with regard to employment law; other categories of advice which may be required from time to time are: • charity law • commercial agreements • corporate and governance legal issues • property law • banking and financial services law • environmental law • tax and insurance law and pensions legal issues • IP & IT law The deadline for completed tender Questionnaire submissions is Tuesday 31 May at 10am. Please refer to the tender documents for further information.

Sensory Support Hub

City of York Council | Published October 14, 2016  -  Deadline November 18, 2016
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85000000

Sensory Impairment services in the City of York are currently delivered through a combination of internal and external arrangements. Existing service delivery is split across pathways and providers and there is a desire for greater co-ordination and integration around service provision, allied to consistent practice in the identification, recording and assessment of people with sensory impairment(s).

City of York Council therefore wishes to procure a single point of access Sensory Support Hub to provide a range of statutory and non-statutory Sensory Impairment Services for adults residing in the City of York; including

— Comprehensive information and advice that helps to prevent, reduce or delay the need for ongoing care and support.

— Support with registration (and information about the benefits of registration).

— The offer of a proportionate assessment.

— Support Plans (and regular reviews of support plans) for customers receiving an ongoing intervention through this service.

— Rehabilitation Services.

— Access to equipment to support daily living.

— Support specifically tailored to Deafblind people unable to benefit from those services aimed primarily at Visually Impaired or Deaf/Hard of Hearing customers.

— In addition the Service Provider will need to demonstrate added value by either directly providing or referring adults with sensory impairment(s) to the following types of support services:

— Volunteering and befriending Services.

— Equipment Demonstration and Resource Centre(s).

— Counselling and emotional support Services.

— Employment and welfare support.

Education and training.

— Social and leisure activities.

— Community and peer support.

— Other initiatives and forms of support.

Hosting for the Genesis IT Application.

Natural England | Published February 17, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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72000000, 48820000

Natural England is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). Natural England administers agri-environment schemes under Pillar 2 of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE). These schemes cover some 70 % of the farmed environment in England. Circa 400 000 000 GBP in scheme grants is paid to agreement holders annually to: — create, protect and enhance wildlife habitats; — protect soils and natural resources; — conserve protected landscapes; — protect archaeological sites and historic landscape features; — provide opportunities for recreation and education. Natural England is seeking to continue the provision of its current IT systems to enable us to administer our existing ongoing multi-annual agreements and meet our obligations under the regulations governing the EU-funded CAP schemes. Following the award of the Genesis Legacy contract (Ref: Contract Award Notice 2014/S057095641) last year, the contract to be awarded under this procurement procedure, together with 2 parallel procurement procedures, will replace the above referenced contract. This has been necessitated by an internal change of strategic direction within Defra. The scope of this contract will consist of the secure hosting of the existing application components and capabilities, either reusing the existing hardware assets or by providing a cost effective alternative solution. You will be required to work with our incumbent service provider and our future service integrator to effect the seamless transition of services, minimising downtime and impacts to Natural England's business. You will co-operate with Natural England's other IT providers and those of other Government Agencies to manage interfaces and dependencies to ensure the end to end service meets our requirements. The Genesis system is a complex, multi-environment set of IT capabilities and components employing multiple technologies, including databases, application server, workflow, web-server, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Enhance Transform Load (ETL), business intelligence and reporting capabilities and bespoke components. It is anticipated that the contract(s) will have a go live date of 1.4.2016, with an earlier transition period still to be determined.

Application Maintenance and Support with Systems and Service Integration for the Genesis IT Application.

Natural England | Published May 27, 2015  -  Deadline June 23, 2015
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72000000

Natural England is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). Natural England administers agri-environment schemes under Pillar 2 of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE). These schemes cover some 70 % of the farmed environment in England. Circa 400 000 000 GBP in scheme grants is paid to agreement holders annually to: — create, protect and enhance wildlife habitats; — protect soils and natural resources; — conserve protected landscapes; — protect archaeological sites and historic landscape features; — provide opportunities for recreation and education. Natural England is seeking to continue the provision of its current IT systems to enable us to administer our existing ongoing multi-annual agreements and meet our obligations under the regulations governing the EU-funded CAP schemes. Following the award of the Genesis Legacy contract (Ref: Contract Award Notice 2014/S057095641) last year, the contract to be awarded under the envisaged procurement procedure, together with 2 parallel procurement procedures, will replace the above referenced contract. This has been necessitated by an internal change of strategic direction within Defra in relation to the ongoing support and delivery of these particular schemes. The Genesis system is a complex, multi-environment set of IT capabilities and components employing multiple technologies, including databases, application server, workflow, web-server, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Enhance Transform Load (ETL), business intelligence and reporting capabilities and bespoke Java components. The scope of the contract will consist of: — Managing the successful delivery of an end to end service by providing a Service and Systems Integration function and managing and the successful Hosting and Application Development service providers; — Providing application support and a service desk to Natural England's business users and working with our service management team to provide a resilient service that meets Natural England's business needs; — Managing the deployment of changes to the application developed by third parties to meet changing business needs; — Working in co-operation with Natural England's other IT providers and those of other Government Agencies, to manage interfaces and dependencies; — Working with our incumbent service provider and managing the successful hosting and application development providers to effect the seamless transition of services, minimising downtime and impacts to Natural England's business; — It is anticipated that the contract(s) will have a go live date of 1.4.2016, with an earlier transition period commencing from contract award.

Application Development for the Genesis IT Application.

Natural England | Published February 17, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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72000000

Natural England is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). Natural England administers agri-environment schemes under Pillar 2 of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE). These schemes cover some 70 % of the farmed environment in England. Circa 400 000 000 GBP in scheme grants is paid to agreement holders annually to: — create, protect and enhance wildlife habitats; — protect soils and natural resources; — conserve protected landscapes; — protect archaeological sites and historic landscape features; — provide opportunities for recreation and education. Natural England is seeking to continue the provision of its current IT systems to enable us to administer our existing ongoing multi-annual agreements and meet our obligations under the regulations governing the EU-funded CAP schemes. Following the award of the Genesis Legacy contract (Ref: Contract Award Notice 2014/S057095641) last year, the contract to be awarded under this procurement procedure, together with 2 parallel procurement procedures, will replace the above referenced contract. This has been necessitated by an internal change of strategic direction within Defra. The scope of the contract will consist of delivering a scalable capability to make changes to the application to meet changing business needs, including those required by CAP reform, regulatory and policy changes; You will be required to work with our incumbent service provider and future service integrator to effect the seamless transition of services, minimising downtime and impacts to Natural England's business, whilst continuing to deliver changes into the system in parallel to meet our challenging timescales for implementing EU policy change; You will co-operate with Natural England's other IT providers and those of other Government Agencies to manage interfaces and dependencies to ensure the end to end service meets our requirements. The Genesis system is a complex, multi-environment set of IT capabilities and components employing multiple technologies, including databases, application server, workflow, web-server, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Enhance Transform Load (ETL), business intelligence and reporting capabilities and bespoke Java components. It is anticipated that the contract(s) will have a go live date of 1.4.2016, with an earlier transition period still to be determined.

Provision of External and Internal Audit Services

YORK ST JOHN UNIVERSITY | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016
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79212000

External Audit services - Tenders are invited for the provision of External Audit services for York St John University and its overseas subsidiary for a four year period from 1st August 2017 to 31st July 2021. The appointed firm shall be required to undertake all such work as deemed necessary to enable the auditors to complete their annual audits and reports. Internal Audit services - The Governing Body of the University require a Service Provider to provide an internal audit service in compliance with the Higher Education Funding Council (HEFCE) (and its successor) Code of Audit Practice to conduct independent appraisal of the University’s activities (excluding audits of academic provision), its financial systems and management controls. The contract will be for a two year period from 1st August 2017 to 31st July 2019, plus two potential extensions of twelve months each. Closing date for tender submissions - Monday 12th December 2016 at 5pm. Please refer to tender documents on website at https://www.yorksj.ac.uk/about/tender-opportunities-at-york-st-john/ for further information.

Dairy Technology Training

Improve Ltd | Published August 17, 2015
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Background: ~ This Training Brief has been constructed by the Welsh Dairy Industry Skills Partnership (WDISP), a collective of Welsh dairy businesses working together to drive skills-development across the dairy supply chain to support higher productivity and growth in line with Welsh Government’s Food Action Plan through collaboration, aggregation of demand, new programme development and increased access to high-quality provision. ~ The WDISP is one of several new Industry Skills Partnerships set up as part of the Food Action Plan Skills Strategy, created by Improve in line with backing from Welsh Government around the need to build sustainable programmes through industry-driven collaboration. The partnerships put Welsh businesses in the driving seat of industry skills issues and provide for greater influence on the whole of the skills system serving the sector (courses, training & vocational education providers, qualifications and standards). ~ Ten dairy firms are currently engaged with the Welsh Diary Industry Skills Partnership which is aligned to and endorsed by relevant Government Departments and Industry Initiatives. Since forming in January this year, the WDISP has established itself as the knowledge and skills partnership for the Dairy Industry in support of the Food Action Plan and Welsh Dairy Review. ~ ~ Requirement – Dairy Technician Training Modules: ~ Within the primary tasks identified by the WDISP to support strategic skill-development within the industry, is the need amongst businesses for immediate Dairy Technology training. ~ The WDISP is therefore looking for a Training Organisation who can develop and deliver pilot training modules that meet the needs identified in this brief and the WDISP ethos of inclusion and business-orientated mechanisms of delivery. ~ Delegates will come from WDISP businesses comprising various facets of the Dairy Industry. Delegates will have considerable working experience within their fields and have progressed through their organisations to positions of technical significance and authority. However it is likely that many will not have received the deep technical knowledge training required for them to fully flourish within their roles and progress operations, product development and product quality within their businesses. The training modules should be designed to tackle this issue by opening up the subject of Dairy Science, enriching the knowledge and practical skills of delegates at this level. ~ ~ Delivery: ~ The WDISP is looking for a bespoke training solution that meets the needs identified in this brief, contextualised where possible to the businesses and delegates engaged. ~ Delivery should include theoretical content but also be practical, engaging and delivered in a manner that matches the learning styles of the delegates. Delivery should include highlighting and demonstration the theory applications on production equipment. Dairy Science can be related on the site by pointing out in laboratories, site processing areas where the science relates to. Especially true for application to quality and HACCP aspects. Examples: damage to fat globule membrane and the merits of long pipe runs, types of pumps, speed of agitation, recirculation, testing for Free Fatty acids etc. The effect of the processing (reception to Packaging) must be related to the science side. Farm dairy science can be discussed as it is vital to understand that good quality supply is where it all starts. ~ In consideration of the clusters of Dairy businesses found in Wales, creative solutions around delivery will be required. It is envisaged that as/where necessary, Modules will be delivered from October onwards, at North and South West Wales venues at Training Provider premises or participating business sites. Further information around this is provided later in the Brief. ~ In light of the above and in the interests of gaining maximum value of face-to-face delivery t
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