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Future Operational Ration Packs

Leidos Supply Ltd | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2017

Team Leidos, under the scope of the Logistics Commodities Support (Transformation) — LCS(T) contract, has a requirement for the supply of a range of Operational Ration Packs (ORP) to support expeditionary military operations and exercises undertaken by the UK Armed Forces.

A flexible range of rations are required to meet the cognitive, nutritional and energy needs of the servicemen and women in the field. Due to the transient nature of military operations, routinely taking place all over the world, the ORP components will need to withstand a variety of climates and have an extended shelf life on delivery into the designated storage facility, which is currently planned to be the Defence Fulfilment Centre in Donnington, Shropshire.

The ORP requirement has been split over four individual lots as follows: Lot 1 — Supply of Food Components and Sundry Items; Lot 2 — Supply of Packaging Materials; Lot 3 — Packing of ORP, and; Lot 4 — Supply of Survival Rations.

The main ORP is the 24-Hr ORP, which typically consists of wet or freeze-dried main meal pouches (breakfast, lunch and dinner), snacks (chocolate bars, fruit/cereal bars, sweets and nuts, etc), fruit purees and powdered drinks, chewing gum, tea/coffee, whiteners, sugar, water sterilisation tablets, flameless ration heaters or windproof/waterproof matches, wet wipes, tissues and eating utensils.

Leidos is seeking to order food components and sundry items (Lot 1) and packaging materials (Lot 2) from suppliers for delivery into a packing supplier (Lot 3) for consolidation and onward delivery to the designated storage facility. The food components and sundry items have the requirement of a shelf life of not less than 24 months on delivery into the designated storage facility.

Survival Rations (Lot 4) are to be treated separately to this and will be procured as complete ration packs, delivered directly from the supplier to the designated storage facility. The survival rations have the additional requirement of a shelf life of not less than 48 months on delivery into the designated storage facility.

Leidos intends to award Lot 1 on an individual line item basis and Lots 2, 3 and 4 on a total Lot basis.

The anticipated contract award date is April 2017 for a service commencement date of 4.10.2017. The contract duration is 2 years with an additional 2 1-year option periods.

Insurance and pension services

Bristol City Council | Published January 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 15, 2017

The provision of insurance policies as described in the Information to Tenders for Bristol City Council (BCC), Bristol Waste Limited (BWL) and Avon Fire and Rescue Service excluding broking services or submissions via brokers. BCC reserves the option to include any of its wholly owned companies (including Bristol Holding Limited, BWL, Bristol Energy and Technology Services (Supply) Limited) insurance requirements until such time as that organisation has had an opportunity to complete a full procurement exercise. However, this option shall not affect any bid submitted by the Tender Submission Deadline, as this must satisfy, meet and be priced on the basis of the Specification as set out in the Tender documents for this Tender. If BCC later seeks to exercise this option, any Variation of an Insurance Policy under any Lot shall be agreed in writing between the Council and the successful bidder and be in accordance with the provisions of Regulation 72 of the Public Contract Regulations 2015.

Provision of insurance services for property insurance (Material Damage, Business Interruption, Money, Works in progress all risks).

Provision of insurance policy for leasehold flats and RTB.

Insurance cover for the loss or damage to computer and ancillary equipment as detailed in the specification.

Liability Insurance — Employer's Liability, Public/Products Liability — including Hirers Liability/Libel and Slander, Land Charges, Officials Indemnity including Public Health Act,

Provision of insurance cover for motor fleet including owned and leased vehicles and wheels to work for Bristol City Council and Bristol Waste Limited.

Provision of a policy for Inspection and Insurance of the Plant as detailed in the tender documents.

Provision of Insurance cover for the loss of money or other property belonging to the Council, or for which it is legally responsible, in its trust or custody, occurring as a direct result of fraud or dishonest committed by any person guaranteed during the period of insurance.

This policy cover is extended to indemnify schools in respect of the usual activities of those schools provided always that the schools are:

a) Not entitled to indemnity from any other source.

b) Subject to the terms and conditions of this part.

Provision of insurance for personal accident cover and business travel, as described in the tender documents.

Provision of insurance for school journeys and personal accident cover.

Provision of insurance for fine arts.

Provision of insurance cover for the property advised in the Invitation to Tender against direct physical loss or physical damage by an act or series of acts of terrorism and / or sabotage occurring during the period of the policy.

Provision of insurance policies for computers for Avon, Fire & Rescue Service.

Provision of insurance policies for Avon Fire & Rescue including Liability Insurance — Employer's liability, Public/Products Liability and Libel Slander, Officials Indemnity.

Provision of insurance policy for Avon Fire & Rescue Service including airside premises liability.

Provision of insurance policies for Avon, Fire & Rescue Service including motor fleet — general fleet, leased fleet.

Provision of insurance for Avon Fire & Rescue Service including contract works & Deterioration of Stock Insurance.

Provision of insurance policy for Avon Fire & Rescue Service including hired in plant insurance.

Provision of insurance policy for Avon Fire & Rescue Service including fidelity Guarantee.

Provision of insurance for Avon, Fire & Rescue Service including Marine Hull,

Provision of insurance services for Avon Fire & Rescue Service including engineering insurance and inspection.

Provision of insurance policy for Avon Fire & Rescue Service including personal accident and travel cover.

Provision of insurance cover for Avon Fire & rescue service including terrorism.

Provision of insurance policy for Avon Fire & Rescue service for terrorism.

Future Operational Ration Packs

LEIDOS SUPPLY, LIMITED | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2017
Team Leidos, under the scope of the Logistics Commodities Support (Transformation) - LCS(T) contract, has a requirement for the supply of a range of Operational Ration Packs (ORP) to support expeditionary military operations and exercises undertaken by the UK Armed Forces. A flexible range of rations are required to meet the cognitive, nutritional and energy needs of the servicemen and women in the field. Due to the transient nature of military operations, routinely taking place all over the world, the ORP components will need to withstand a variety of climates and have an extended shelf life on delivery into the designated storage facility, which is currently planned to be the Defence Fulfilment Centre in Donnington, Shropshire. The ORP requirement has been split over four individual lots as follows: Lot 1 - Supply of Food Components and Sundry Items; Lot 2 - Supply of Packaging Materials; Lot 3 - Packing of ORP, and; Lot 4 - Supply of Survival Rations. The main ORP is the 24-Hr ORP, which typically consists of wet or freeze-dried main meal pouches (breakfast, lunch and dinner), snacks (chocolate bars, fruit/cereal bars, sweets and nuts, etc), fruit purees and powdered drinks, chewing gum, tea/coffee, whiteners, sugar, water sterilisation tablets, flameless ration heaters or windproof/waterproof matches, wet wipes, tissues and eating utensils.
Leidos is seeking to order food components, sundry items and packaging materials from suppliers (Lots 1 and 2) for delivery into a packing supplier for consolidation and onward delivery to the designated storage facility (Lot 3). The food components and sundry items have the requirement of a shelf life of not less than 24 months on delivery into the designated storage facility.
Survival Rations (Lot 4) are to be treated separately to this and will be procured as complete ration packs, delivered directly from the supplier to the designated storage facility. The survival rations have the additional requirement of a shelf life of not less than 48 months on delivery into the designated storage facility.
Leidos intends to award Lot 1 on an individual line item basis and Lots 2, 3 and 4 on a total Lot basis.
The anticipated contract award date is April 2017 for a service commencement date of 4th October 2017. The contract duration is 2 years with an additional two 1 year option periods.
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