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RFQ - 000209 - Virtual Learning Environment

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
The Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service is seeking to procure a new virtual learning environment as primarily an e-learning platform to host our organisational digital learning programmes with a planned into service and working start of Summer 2017.

Supply of Controlled Environment Rooms for Sheep to Aberystwyth University

Aberystwyth University | Published January 16, 2017
Supply of Controlled Environment Rooms for Sheep to Aberystwyth University

DfC - Historic Environment Division - Audit and processing of Archaeological Soil Samples

CPD - Supplies and Services Division | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline January 26, 2017
A service provider is required to carry out an assessment of archaeological soil samples and process a selection of them on behalf of Historic Environment Division (HED)

Provision of Social Media Attraction Campaign to Reach Unemployed Candidates Interested in Working in Customer Service Call Centre Environment

Corporate Resources Directorate | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
Birmingham City Council in partnership with DWP are looking for a provider to deliver an attraction campaign using  Social Media  to reach unemployed candidates interested in working in customer service call centre environment for unemployed Birmingham residents aged 18+ using a range of social media tools and apps.

This initiative is in response to the business sector requiring candidates to fill their demand for customer service/ call centre opportunities
Birmingham City Council, on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions (Birmingham and Solihull District), invites providers to make an application to be considered to provide

The contract has a maximum budget of £10,000 and we expect the provider to identify the amount of success the campaign has attracted using their statistics capture mechanisms.


BCC will be using its e-tendering system (in-tend) for the administration of this tender process and providers must register with the system to be able to express an interest and download details. The web address is:
https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc/aspx/Home

Registration and use of in-tend is free. All correspondence for this procurement process must be via the in-tend correspondence function. If you are unable to register with in-tend please either email us at cps@birmingham.gov.uk or call 0121 464 8000.

Your completed tender submission should be returned by noon on 30th January 2017 using the Supplier Portal.

For more information contact Mandy Hubbard or Baljeet Uppal on 0121 303 4321 or email Mandy.hubbard@birmingham.gov.uk

White Rose - Fostering and Supported Lodgings - Information Bulletin

Leeds City Council | Published September 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

The overall requirement of this contract is that children will be placed with families who have been assessed and approved to provide a secure, warm, safe and supportive environment in which they can develop in all aspects of their lives.

 

Engineering Consultancy Services for Bournemouth and Poole and the surrounding conurbation

Borough of Poole | Published December 21, 2016
Engineering Consultancy Services for Bournemouth and Poole and the surrounding conurbation.

Health and social work services

Lancashire County Council | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2017

The aims of this service include working with children and young people in respect of their emotional health and well-being; to build their capability and capacity to manage challenges/difficulties safely within their home environment and the local community; and enable them to thrive.

Refuse collection services

Department of Agriculture, Environment Rural Affairs | Published December 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 2, 2017

This procurement is being carried out for the Regulation Unit with the Resource Efficiency Division of The Northern Ireland Environment Agency. NIEA. NIEA is an Executive Agency of The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs. DAERA. NIEA. DAERA. wishes to appoint a Contractor who will be responsible for both the collection of flytipped hazardous waste and non-hazardous wastes over 20 m3 in volume and for the disposal of it into appropriately authorised facilities, taking due regard of the proximity principle and the waste hierarchy.

DAERA - Removal of Fly Tipping 2017-2020

CPD - Supplies and Services Division | Published December 25, 2016  -  Deadline February 2, 2017
This procurement is being carried out for the Regulation Unit with the Resource Efficiency Division of The Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA). NIEA is an Executive Agency of The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA). NIEA (DAERA) wishes to appoint a Contractor who will be responsible for both the collection of flytipped hazardous waste and non-hazardous wastes over 20m3 in volume and for the disposal of it into appropriately authorised facilities, taking due regard of the proximity principle and the waste hierarchy.

Residential Accommodation in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft and immediate surroundings, for patients r

NHS North and East London CSU | Published December 22, 2016
Residential Accommodation in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft and immediate surroundings, for patients r

Miscellaneous general and special-purpose machinery

University of Wolverhampton | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017

The University of Wolverhampton is seeking to procure an industrial/research capable laser based Stereolithographic (SLA) Machine Facility in order to facilitate the manufacture of polymer and ceramic filled polymer parts and tooling.

The systems must be appropriate for a high volume multi-user manufacturing environment, be able to support bespoke engineering research commercial part and tool production and to be used within a teaching environment.

The University of Wolverhampton is seeking to procure an industrial/research capable laser based Stereolithographic (SLA) Machine Facility in order to facilitate the manufacture of polymer and ceramic filled polymer parts and tooling.

The systems must be appropriate for a high volume multi-user manufacturing environment, be able to support bespoke engineering research commercial part and tool production and to be used within a teaching environment.

In addition to compliance with the Specification it is critical that the proposals offer additional added value in terms of forming a collaborative working partnership between the supplier and the University of Wolverhampton.

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Engineering Workshop Practice Training Course

Faculty of Engineering and the Environment (FEE) | Published January 12, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
The Faculty of Engineering and the Environment (FEE) undergraduate engineering courses have been ranked in the top ten, combining development of core scientific knowledge, with a practical approach, to offer transferable skills required to succeed in a range of careers.
FEE have a requirement for an engineering workshop practice course for our undergraduate engineering students as described in File 4 - Specification.

Curator for Immortalised!

Historic England-National Advice and Public Engagement 'NAPE': GOVERNMENT ADVICE | Published December 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
Immortalised 2018 Curatorial Brief
‘Immortalised’ will be Historic England’s major exhibition for 2018. The exhibition will be integrated into a wider campaign that will create a national debate about who is celebrated and commemorated in England’s historic environment, and why.

Topic overview
Historic England exists to protect and champion England’s precious historic environment. It is a source of inspiration and creativity. It gives people a sense of pride and a sense of place. It is integral to local and national culture and it belongs to everyone. Each generation and each cultural group has added to it and handed it on to us for safekeeping.

Every place has a story to tell. Our streets, statues, buildings, squares and parks are named after real people who played a real part in the nation’s history. Their stories are heroic, quirky, violent, sad or inspirational. They tell us of the values and trends of particular periods in history. And the flip side, of course, is that some people’s stories have been left untold. Our statues are predominantly of white men, and our streets and buildings are named after them too. This mustn’t stop us ensuring the stories of women and Black and Minority Ethnic groups are told too. There are plenty of ways we can do this through the ‘Immortalised’ Programme.

‘Immortalised’ seeks to bring out the stories of people in the historic environment, and to help Historic England’s audiences understand, identify with and enjoy their historic places. The intense debate sparked by the Rhodes Must Fall campaign and the possible inherent threat to historic places, has challenged us to help people to identify with the human history in the built environment and avoid the temptation to censor it through destruction. But we mustn’t shy away from the fact that there are many important stories missing. Historic England’s Listing and Research departments are working on a symposium about contested heritage, which could make up a significant part of the exhibition. 2018 will also see the centenary of the end of the First World War, and 100 years since the Representation of the People Act 1918 granted women the first vote, significant anniversaries which will be commemorated throughout the year

DoF - LPS - Mobile Sketch Tool (Hardware)

CPD - Supplies and Services Division | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
Land and Property Services (LPS) is implementing a modern electronic solution for the gathering of on-site property information for rates valuation purposes and require hardware to support this solution. LPS require an initial 50 tablet devices to use both in the field and in the office environment. LPS may also want to purchase additional batches of devices at any time(s) within 24 months of the contract period. LPS may also want to purchase accessories for the tablet devices at any time(s) within 24 months of the contract period.

Printing services

Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline January 23, 2017

This contract is for the delivery of Managed Print Services. The contract will replace existing managed print services which are delivered by 2 separate service suppliers to the Environment Agency and Defra. The contract is for the provision of multi-functional printing devices, the maintenance of those devices and services which allow end users to print, fax and scan using those devices. The initial recipients of the services will be the Core Defra group (Defra, Natural England, The Environment Agency, The Rural Payments Agency, Marine Management Organisation and The Animal and Plant Health Agency). Other organisations in the Defra Group may opt to receive services during the term of the contract. The services will be provided in the service recipients' offices in the UK.

The Managed Print Service will be provided to Defra and other organisations in the Core Defra Group (Natural England, The Environment Agency, The Rural Payments Agency, Marine Management Organisation and The Animal and Plant Health Agency). The following Defra Group organisations may opt to receive services during the term of the contract:

— Forestry Commission;

— The Water Services Regulation Authority;

— Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science;

— Veterinary Medicines Directorate;

— Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board;

— Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew;

— Consumer Council for Water;

— Joint Nature Conservation Committee;

— North York Moors National Park Authority;

— Northumberland National Park Authority;

— Peak District National Park Authority;

— South Downs National Park Authority;

— UK Coordinating Body;

— Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority;

— National Forest Company;

— Sea Fish Industry Authority;

— Advisory Committee on Releases to the Environment;

— Independent Agricultural Appeals Panel;

— Science Advisory Council;

— Veterinary Products Committee;

— Plant Varieties and Seeds Tribunal;

— Broads Authority;

— Covent Garden Market Authority;

— Dartmoor National Park Authority;

— Drinking Water Inspectorate;

— Exmoor National Park Authority;

— Lake District National Park Authority;

— New Forest National Park Authority.

The supplier will be required to provide the following:

— Multi-functional devices (including photocopying, scanning and faxing);

— Print-only devices;

— Large format printers; and

— Specialist printing to media other than paper.

The current contracts deliver services to both Defra and the Environment Agency across 371 sites in the UK, of which 161 are offices, 131 stores or depots and the remainder a mixture of low print-useage facilities. Currently print volumes across the two providers are in the region of 3 400 000 black and white sheets per month and 1 900 000 colour sheets per month but the expectation is that these figures will reduce during the period of the proposed Contract via supplier-led initiatives.

The service is to be made available to 21 000 staff across the UK.

Construction work

The City of Edinburgh Council | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2017

The City of Edinburgh wishes to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced contractor to carry out building works within Saughton Park, Edinburgh and who can demonstrate their ability to deliver high quality craftsmanship and buildings that are sensitive to their environment. The works will be carried out under JCT for Building Works Contract.

Saughton Park is one of Edinburgh's key heritage parks and a Heritage Lottery Fund grant has been awarded to restore and improve the park. The Parks, Greenspace and Cemeteries Department has been tasked with delivering these improvements and a new Master Plan has now been adopted following an extensive design and consultation process. All necessary planning permission has been granted and funding is in place for the majority of the scheme with the remainder expected to be in place before the contract is awarded.

SCC SS Overnight Short Breaks

Surrey County Council | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 10, 2017

This is a notice for social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of The Council Article 74.

Overnight short breaks will enable children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) to develop their independence and readiness for adulthood, learn life skills, form meaningful relationships and socialise with their peers, alongside providing a safe and secure environment for the overnight stay. It will do this by offering them a range of overnight short breaks in their local communities. In doing so, the commission will also provide parents and carers with breaks from their caring responsibilities, so they are empowered to look after their own emotional and physical health and provide better and more sustainable care to their whole family.

GPC HPLC Fractionation System

CPD - Supplies and Services Division | Published January 12, 2017  -  Deadline February 2, 2017
The Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI), is one of the world’s leading providers of scientific research and services to government, non-government and commercial organisations. With our unique breadth of facilities and scientific capability in agriculture, animal health, food, environment, biosciences and economics AFBI conducts a wide range of valuable projects for both the public and private sectors. AFBI requires a compact, bench-top, Liquid Chromatograph (LC), that shall be used as a gel permeation chromatography fractionation system for the removal of lipids and other co-extracted matrix interferences when testing for fat soluble pesticides/organic contaminants in products of animal origin

Estates: Main Contractor for Refurbishment of Andrew Melville Hall

Estates | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
Main Contractor for Refurbishment Works at University of St Andrews, Andrew Melville Hall Student Residences.

Overview of the Contract Requirement: The University is seeking to refurbish their student residences at Andrew Melville Hall in order to meet current HMO standards.

The Andrew Melville Halls extend to 276 bedrooms situated towards the west of the town at the North Haugh complex. The Halls are formed from a precast concrete structure and clad building designed by James Stirling and constructed between 1963 and 1968. The building is Grade A listed and the project will be sensitive to the requirements of Historic Environment Scotland and Fife Council.

SCC SS Overnight Short Breaks

Surrey County Council | Published January 11, 2017

This is a notice for social and specific services in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of The Council Article 74.

Overnight short breaks will enable children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) to develop their independence and readiness for adulthood, learn life skills, form meaningful relationships and socialise with their peers, alongside providing a safe and secure environment for the overnight stay. It will do this by offering them a range of overnight short breaks in their local communities. In doing so, the commission will also provide parents and carers with breaks from their caring responsibilities, so they are empowered to look after their own emotional and physical health and provide better and more sustainable care to their whole family.