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Environment Agency - Programme and Project Management Training

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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80000000

Within the Environment Agency we have approx. 1,300 Project Delivery staff including approximately 700 full time project delivery professionals and 600 part time project delivery roles. We deliver a variety of change initiatives (project, programmes, portfolios and transformational change) of varying scale, subject matter and risk. Our Project Delivery staff undertake a variety of projects, programmes and portfolios roles and range in knowledge and experience. This lot is to provide learning for all our project, programme and portfolio management learning needs. This will include a range of Axelos, APM, AMPG and Government Digital Services accredited training, with associated professional examinations as well as innovative learning solutions and the ability to source or develop new learning solution as project delivery best practice and methodology evolves. Please refer to Pricing Schedule for examples from our current curriculum. The Provider must be able to deliver commercial off the shelf training to the accredited governing bodies standard and using accredited trainers (e.g. axelos, APM, APMG etc. where required). Additionally detail and examples of innovative approaches used in training and learning to motivate, fit different learning styles, while providing evidence that learning is actually taking place is required. The provider must be able to delivery innovative alternatives such as elearning, our preferred learning solution, complemented with traditional classroom-based training. Innovative approaches are especially welcomed where it reduces environmental impact without detriment to the learning that takes place. Additional learning resources e.g. webinars, forums, networks and mentoring would be useful

Survey vessels

Environment Agency | Published February 11, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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34513550, 38420000, 34521000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for the supply of between 15 and 30 remote control boats to allow the deployment of Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) sensors for river flow measurement and survey activities. This contract will be in two phases; phase 1 will be for the design and prototype of the remote control boat. Phase 2 will be for the supply of the boats.

We wish to find a supplier to perform the design, testing / prototype, and eventual manufacture of remote control boats. The procurement will be run in 2 phases, the first being the design and completion of a prototype and second, being the manufacture and support of the final product. The contract will serve other Defra organisations.

Software package and information systems

Bristol & Weston NHS Purchasing Consortium | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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48000000, 48100000

University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust is the Host Organisation for the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network West of England (CRN West of England). The Host Organisation is mandated to procure a Local Portfolio Management System (LPMS). The requirement is for a web-based, hosted IT software solution used by clinical research staff to manage research studies across a network of NHS Trusts and Primary Care sites in CRN West of England.

The successful LPMS must meet the following criteria:

1. Support the efficient recording and retrieval of research study performance data.

2. To provide a repository for research study documentation.

3. To support the sharing of data across CRN West of England, whilst restricting access to patient identifiable information on the system to specific users and NHS sites. The LPMS must have sufficient security to allow for the storage of patient identifiable information on the system.

4. Input research study data directly to the LPMS.

5. Integrate with national systems (including the Central Portfolio Management System) through a two-way data exchange.

6. Provide real-time research activity data at a national level.

7. Work to an agreed, standards-based supplier contract approved by NIHR.

8. Ensure data standards that enable it to link with other Network data sources.

The system must be implemented within a short time frame so an ‘off the shelf’ software package is required. This package must already be operational in at least two host sites in a research environment across multiple organisations.

The National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network (NIHR CRN) has worked with all of the major LPMS stakeholders (including suppliers) to create the LPMS Systems of Choice Framework, which is a set of documentation which provides guidance on contracting with suppliers, minimum levels of functionality specifications and service management approach to help support selection of an appropriate LPMS. CRN West of England will follow the guidance provided in these documents, which are available here: https://sites.google.com/a/nihr.ac.uk/crncentral/knowledge-info/information-systems/lpmssoc-1/lpms-soc-framework

The system must:

— Use SSL / TSSL encryption and secondary authentication,

— Have screen displays and user manuals screens in English,

— Be scalable so that it can be used across multiple organisations.

Start 1.10.2017 for initial 18 month Period, with option to extend for a further 5 years in line with the NIHR contract which is reviewed in 2019.

Remote Control Boats - ADCP Deployment (Design, Prototype, Supply & Maintenance)

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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38420000

The Environment Agency has a requirement for the supply of between 15 and 30 remote control boats to allow the deployment of Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) sensors for river flow measurement and survey activities. This contract will be in two phases; phase 1 will be for the design and prototype of the remote control boat. Phase 2 will be for the supply of the boats.

Supply of Dismounted Close Combat (DCC) Gloves

Leidos Supply Ltd. for UK Ministry of Defence | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 16, 2017
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18424000

3 year requirement for the supply of Dismounted Close Combat (DCC) Gloves.

Legislation/standards: BS EN 388:2003 & BS EN 420:2003 Level 4.

A DCC is required to provide protection to service personnel in operational environments. Protection afforded should allow the user to perform all combat associated tasks including the use of weapons and activities including crawling and rapid prone to standing movements assisted by the knuckles and hands.

The gloves must be fire retardant and water repellent and be able to be cared for as per normal washing instructions.

Estimated quantity over the 3 year period for the Royal Marines: 12 500.

Quantity subject to change (possibly fourfold) if the Army adopt this glove for operations.

Supply of Dismounted Close Combat (DCC) Gloves

Ministry of Defence | Published February 14, 2017
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18424000

3 year requirement for the supply of Dismounted Close Combat (DCC) Gloves.

Legislation/standards: BS EN 388:2003 & BS EN 420:2003 Level 4.

A DCC is required to provide protection to service personnel in operational environments. Protection afforded should allow the user to perform all combat associated tasks including the use of weapons and activities including crawling and rapid prone to standing movements assisted by the knuckles and hands.

The gloves must be fire retardant and water repellent and be able to be cared for as per normal washing instructions.

Estimated quantity over the 3 year period for the Royal Marines: 12 500.

Quantity subject to change (possibly fourfold) if the Army adopt this glove for operations.

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