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DEMO Engineering Data Model and Database.

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority | Published April 18, 2015
Winner
Projectglobe Ltd
cpvs
71323200, 71340000, 72227000

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority are looking to place a 4-year contract, for support with designing and implementing a model-based engineering data management system for the DEMO future fusion plant Concept Design Activity. The successful applicant will assist with requirements capture to understand the system needs, develop a suitable data model for the system, implement the system solution in an appropriate software environment, populate it with existing concept design data, and assist with its phased roll-out and adoption across the international DEMO engineering community.

Provision of a Support Trainer for the LMDP

 | Published April 8, 2016  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
cpvs
80532000

The Foundation Leadership Management and Development Programme is an essential training programme designed to empower and enable first line supervisors to lead, manage and develop their staff in line with the organisations Mission Statement, Credo and ethos. Trainers involved in the delivery of the programme are qualified teacher/trainers with additional management qualifications and supervisory and management experience in the policing and military arenas. The requirement in this instance is to provide additional trainer support to the existing team for the delivery of the Foundation Programme. Potential candidates should be qualified teacher/trainers with proven experience in the delivery of leadership and management programmes in a similar environment. The requirement is to deliver training to 80+ first line supervisors in the current training year (May 2016 to March 2017 in the first instance) as well as psychometric feedback using the MBTI, Belbin and Headlight 360 instruments as mentioned above.

For the Analysis of Aqueous Trade Effluent

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority | Published May 26, 2016
Winner
Latis Scientific limited
cpvs
71620000, 90700000

The UK Atomic Energy Authority is a non departmental government body carrying out research into the potential of nuclear fusion as a future source of energy.

At the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE) the Authority hosts the world's largest magnetic fusion experiment, JET (Joint European Torus), on behalf of its European partners. The JET facilities are collectively used by all European fusion laboratories under the EUROfusion consortium.

The JET machine and associated facilities generate quantities of radioactive and trade effluents. The trade effluents include aqueous process wastes, cooling water, wash water and ground water which subsequently discharge into Controlled Waters. All trade effluent discharges are subject to specific consent issued by the Environment Agency EA. This consent states limits which CCFE must adhere to. Discharges must be controlled and monitored to ensure CCFE's compliance with the consent issued under the Water Resources Act 1991. CCFE requires a Contractor with experience in carrying out sample analysis of aqueous trade effluent. The Contractor should be able to meet a 26.5 hour turnaround for collection of sample(s). In exceptional circumstances this turnaround could be extended to 30.5 hours.

For the Analysis of Aqueous Trade Effluent.

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority | Published January 21, 2016  -  Deadline February 24, 2016
cpvs
71620000, 79723000, 90700000

The UK Atomic Energy Authority is a non departmental government body carrying out research into the potential of nuclear fusion as a future source of energy.

At the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE) the Authority hosts the world's largest magnetic fusion experiment, JET (Joint European Torus), on behalf of its European partners. The JET facilities are collectively used by all European fusion laboratories under the EUROfusion consortium.

The JET machine and associated facilities generate quantities of radioactive and trade effluents. The trade effluents include aqueous process wastes, cooling water, wash water and ground water which subsequently discharge into Controlled Waters. All trade effluent discharges are subject to specific consent issued by the Environment Agency EA. This consent states limits which CCFE must adhere to. Discharges must be controlled and monitored to ensure CCFE's compliance with the consent issued under the Water Resources Act 1991. CCFE requires a Contractor with experience in carrying out sample analysis of aqueous trade effluent. The Contractor should be able to meet a 26.5 hour turnaround for collection of sample(s). In exceptional circumstances this turnaround could be extended to 30.5 hours.

Overhead travelling cranes

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority | Published May 24, 2017
cpvs
42414200

Lifting and Hoisting System (L&HS) and Primary Remote Handling System (PRHS).

The centre for Remote Applications in Challenging Environments (RACE) is a sub division of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority based in Culham, Oxfordshire, UK.

RACE is to develop and deliver a remote handling capability for the European Spallation Source (ESS) which is under construction in Lund, Sweden. The remote handling capability will include unmanned receiving and processing of radioactive components during maintenance shut-downs and, their subsequent preparation for either storage and road transport or, analysis and investigation.

This market enquiry relates to a proposed Lifting and Hoisting System (L&HS) and Primary Remote Handling System (PRHS) as 1 complete package. The Lifting and Hoisting System will be a 25t crane designed to EN 13001 with additional features to allow for remote operation and recovery within a radiation environment. The L&HS will not be a classified nuclear crane. No nuclear safety claims will be placed on the L&HS.

The Primary Remote Handling System will be of a 2-armed dexterous manipulator and a 5.5t hoist design, both deployed from the same overhead gantry. As with the L&HS no nuclear safety claims will be placed on the PRHS.

Duties will include, but not limited to:

1. Remotely operated routine maintenance of in-cell assets and equipment via RH-compatible interfaces; e.g. changing filters, removal and replacement of limited life, failed or consumable components.

2. Effecting the processing and size-reduction of spent radioactive components including their handling and preparation for storage; involves handling of standard tooling, bespoke tooling and miscellaneous components.

3. Removal, transport and placement of Storage Pit Lids and Waste Package Lids.

4. Between cell/working areas transport (movement/transfer) of Waste Packages.

5. Relocation and reorientation of spent radioactive Target Station components.

To download the market enquiry pack please follow the link below:

http://www.ccfe.ac.uk/TenderDocs.aspx?DocName=ESSlifting.zip

Occupational Health Management System.

Civil Nuclear Police Authority (CNPA) / Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) | Published March 2, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2016
cpvs
48180000, 75122000, 85100000

The CNC has approximately 1 500 police officers and staff operating out of 14

locations throughout England, Scotland and Wales.

HR is responsible for managing the CNC OH Provision and the level and standard

of OH Provision varies across the organisation, with some sites having a full

service on-site, 1 site via commercial provider and the remainder by the internal

CNC OH team. Each of these providers has their own medical records system to

store CNC medical records as do the previous OH Provision's that have been

used.

Where CNC are the OH provider there is an obligation under several instances of

legislation to hold records securely. The scope of the CNC role in this regard will

be significantly expanded (by over 400 staff) as the EDF OH role transfers to

CNC. Where CNC retain ‘contracted out’ OH provisions with other providers there

remains a duty of care as employer.

The current Medical Records information environment is complex and consists of

a number of stand-alone arrangements. The records for individual officers have

not always followed their deployment between sites and therefore it can be

difficult to locate them. When access is required corporately or when records

need to be transferred to a different provider / CNC OH, individual consents must

be sought.

Existing records are currently held in a variety of formats and on a variety of

platforms. Dounreay and Sellafield currently use the EOPAS system, IMASS use

their own bespoke system but records are also held in paper format and CNC

OHD currently hold files in word and pdf formats.

In order to improve the current position, the CNC is looking for a fit for purpose,

web enabled, hosted occupational health management system to support the in

house provision of OH services which meets UK medical standards and UK

personal data protection legislation.

Occupational Health Management System.

Civil Nuclear Police Authority | Published March 2, 2016  -  Deadline March 25, 2016
cpvs
48180000, 75122000, 85100000

The CNC has approximately 1 500 police officers and staff operating out of 14

locations throughout England, Scotland and Wales.

HR is responsible for managing the CNC OH Provision and the level and standard

of OH Provision varies across the organisation, with some sites having a full

service on-site, 1 site via commercial provider and the remainder by the internal

CNC OH team. Each of these providers has their own medical records system to

store CNC medical records as do the previous OH Provision's that have been

used.

Where CNC are the OH provider there is an obligation under several instances of

legislation to hold records securely. The scope of the CNC role in this regard will

be significantly expanded (by over 400 staff) as the EDF OH role transfers to

CNC. Where CNC retain ‘contracted out’ OH provisions with other providers there

remains a duty of care as employer.

The current Medical Records information environment is complex and consists of

a number of stand-alone arrangements. The records for individual officers have

not always followed their deployment between sites and therefore it can be

difficult to locate them. When access is required corporately or when records

need to be transferred to a different provider / CNC OH, individual consents must

be sought.

Existing records are currently held in a variety of formats and on a variety of

platforms. Dounreay and Sellafield currently use the EOPAS system, IMASS use

their own bespoke system but records are also held in paper format and CNC

OHD currently hold files in word and pdf formats.

In order to improve the current position, the CNC is looking for a fit for purpose,

web enabled, hosted occupational health management system to support the in

house provision of OH services which meets UK medical standards and UK

personal data protection legislation.

Provision of Professional Engineering Services

U K ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
cpvs
71300000

UKAEA requires professional engineering services with specialism in cranes and other handling equipment designed for nuclear environments. The services will be used to support an established project team during the preparation of procurement documentation for a complex remote handling system. The system will be installed and operate in a hot cell within a scientific research facility under construction in Sweden, the European Spallation Source. The remote handling system will perform a range of handling functions in a radiological environment and primarily comprises a lifting and hoisting system and a manipulator based primary remote handling system, both mounted to gantries running on a common set of rails The scope of the professional services is to assist in concept design of the lifting and hoisting system, the primary remote handling system and the common rails. The output will be a set of requirements-based tender specifications for the detailed design, manufacture and installation of those items. Details are provided within the tender documentation attached to this notice

Five Councils Corporate Services Project.

South Oxfordshire District Council | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 16, 2015
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79000000, 79900000, 66171000, 66172000, 79940000, 75242110, 75310000, 75130000, 79212400, 79211120, 79211110, 79631000, 79200000, 79210000, 79211000, 79211200, 66600000, 72222300, 72267100, 72261000, 72253000, 79632000, 79633000, 79414000, 79600000, 79418000, 79520000, 79521000, 79553000, 79810000, 79820000, 79822500, 79500000, 79342300, 79512000, 79710000, 79993000, 79993100, 98341130, 98341140, 70330000, 98351000, 98351100, 98351110, 79000000, 79900000, 66171000, 66172000, 79940000, 75242110, 75310000, 75130000, 79212400, 79211120, 79631000, 79211110, 79200000, 79210000, 79211000, 79212000, 79211200, 66600000, 72222300, 72267100, 72261000, 72253000, 79632000, 79633000, 79414000, 79600000, 79418000, 79520000, 79521000, 79553000, 79810000, 79820000, 79822500, 79500000, 79342300, 79512000, 79710000, 79993000, 79993100, 79500000, 98341130, 98341140, 70330000, 98351000, 98351100, 98351110

This OJEU contract notice is giving notice of the joint procurement of two public contracts (the ‘Contracts’). The Contracting Authority is seeking to procure on behalf of itself and Vale of White Horse District Council, Hart District Council, Havant Borough Council, and Mendip District Council (together referred to as ‘the Authorities’) innovative private sector supplier(s) to invest in, transform and provide a range of corporate and transactional services. The Authorities intend to award 2 separate Contracts (1 for each Lot) under this procedure for two separate sets of services. Potential suppliers are welcome to bid for either or both Lots. If the same bidder wins both Contracts/Lots the Authorities reserve the right to award one combined Contract. The competition for both Lots will be run in parallel. Evaluation will be completed independently for each Lot. Further details regarding the approach to evaluation of the 2 Lots will be issued to potential suppliers in due course. The Authorities envisage that at the end of the procurement process the Authorities will jointly enter into the Contracts with the successful supplier(s). The principal outcomes of the Contracts will be to: 1. Support the achievement of each Authority's corporate targets through: Development of insight and evidence based decision making; Integration of strategic planning and financial management; Helping customers input into service planning and redesign and self-service; Supporting multi-agency, partnership and two-tier collaborative working; Supporting community-led initiatives; Supporting growth in the areas served by the Authorities. 2. Improve the satisfaction of customers and service users through: Ensuring the public sector only needs to be told once; Simplifying engagement around key life events; Enabling customers to engage with each Authority through the devices they want to use; Ensuring customers and users can access information that is relevant to them; Resolving customer and user issues quickly; face to face service provided in a secure, accessible and fit for purpose environment; maintaining and enhancing the public perception of the Authorities as effective providers of public services. 3. Improving the productivity of the Authorities' staff through: Helping them to attract the right people and onboard them quickly; Ensuring they are equipped with the right skills throughout their employment; enabling them to work flexibly; supporting effective performance management; providing them with access to the right applications and management information; minimising administration and paper within the Authorities whilst retaining compliance; supporting effective and efficient workflow processes; providing access to fit for purpose working and meeting facilities. 4. Achieve high levels of resilience and compliance through: minimising dependency on specific locations to deliver service; standardising processes and applications; achieving open data standards; protecting the Authorities, their customers and their staff from unauthorised activity; engaging effectively with external assurance; forecasting and planning for changes in levels of service demand; achieving a highly utilised but flexible civic estate demonstrating transparency to the public. 5. Deliver improved value for money through: Ensuring the Authorities achieve greater financial benefits through collaboration; Harmonising and improving service performance; Consistent and unit-based pricing of common elements of scope; Developing a flexible partnership model that increases flexibility and innovation in the delivery and provision of the services and allows the Authorities to transfer services within the scope of this procurement at a date of their choosing; Reducing the cost to the Authorities of providing the services including reducing the unit cost of transactions; Encouraging the use of and access to the services through more cost effective and efficient channels and assisting with demand management; Enabling the Authorities to achieve efficiencies in, and better outcomes from, their client and contract management function; Utilising modern approaches to the provision of ICT infrastructure and new technology generally; Enabling capability to support future transformation. In delivering these outcomes the Authorities will expect their chosen supplier(s) to: — Deliver to specified performance, at least as good as current levels, from the start of the Contracts. — Achieve rapid improvement and efficiencies in the services in scope without adversely impacting upon the Authorities' retained functions. — Achieve further benefits by using the services in scope to transform the retained functions within the Authorities. — Deliver the benefits of a shared service model for the users of council services. — Provide value for money and accountable services from a customer perspective. — Reduce revenue costs in supporting the delivery of front-line services wherever possible. — Deliver continuous improvement and innovation in respect of these services. It is anticipated that the core requirements that may be included in the Contracts will comprise the following: Lot 1 Citizen, Corporate and Support Services — Revenues and Benefits; — Exchequer Services; — Payroll; — Accountancy/Finance; — Information Technology; — Human Resources; — Licensing; — Land Charges; — Procurement; — Customer Services. Lot 2 Asset Management Services — FM; — Property Management; — Car Parks Management. The Authorities may include other requirements specific to a particular Authority in the Descriptive Document and the tender documents. It should be noted that in the event of re-structuring within local government this procurement and/or the Contracts awarded may pass to successor authorities to the Authorities as relevant and appropriate. In the event that any of the Authorities decides to withdraw from this procurement process, the remaining Authorities reserve the right to continue with this procurement process. It is anticipated that the first services delivered under the Contracts will be for South Oxfordshire District Council and Vale of White Horse District Council and will commence on or around 1.8.2016, to coincide with the expiry of existing contracts. The service commencement dates for the first services for the other Authorities will be determined by the expiry dates of their existing contracts and the dialogue process. It is anticipated that the duration of the contracts shall be for an initial period of 110 months but with the ability to extend by one or more periods up to a further 60 months. The maximum Contract Period available is 170 months. The Authorities reserve the right for: — the Contracts and/or the services for (and within) each Lot to commence on the same or different dates for different Authorities; — certain service areas within the scope of each Contract/Lot to be added during the contract term and commence after the first service commencement date; and/or — some of the service areas not to be taken up by all the Authorities.
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