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SoJ - ENV - T - Invitation to Tender for the Provision of Asbestos Surveying Services on Behalf of the Energy Efficiency Service

States of Jersey | Published March 12, 2014  -  Deadline March 26, 2014
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72000000, 76101602, 80000000

Title:     Invitation to Tender for the Provision of Asbestos Surveying Services on Behalf of the Energy Efficiency Service

Summary:           The Energy Efficiency Service (EES) was launched by the Minister for Planning and Environment in April of 2009.  It is funded by an annual budget of around £1 million from the States of Jersey, as well as an initial donation of £500,000 from the Jersey Electricity Company. The scheme provides a programme of energy efficiency improvement advice to all Islanders as well as incentives and grants to certain eligible Islanders.

 Through completing the range of works the EES contractors have the potential to disturb asbestos containing materials (ACMs).  In order to minimise the risk of exposure to asbestos, any property that requires invasive works (highlighted within the list with an (i)), requires an asbestos survey before works can take place.

The EES is looking for contractors to tender services to provide surveys to identify asbestos within the properties.

The documents are ready for DOWNLOADING as soon as you have registered an interest.

 

How to Register an Interest:   To register your expression of interest for the above tender you are required to comply with the following:-

 

1) Be registered on the eTendering system – it takes no more than 15 minutes to register and there are no costs involved at all in the process. If you are already registered then go to stage 2           

2) Once registered, express an interest in the tender (done so by clicking the ‘register interest’ button available at the bottom of the tender information page).

3) Once you have completed the above two steps you can download the tender documents.

Downloading tender documentation:

 

1.Go to www.tenders.gov.je

2.Click ‘login’ under the ‘Supplier Area’ section on the left of the screen

3.Enter your username and password

4.Click on ‘my opportunities’ upper right hand side of screen.

5.Next to ‘Organisations’ on the left hand side of the screen select an organisation from the dropdown menu and click the icon

6.This now gives a list of all the tenders you have expressed interest in where the documents have been published.

7.Click on the contract ID of the one you want – this is the blue reference number.

8.Click on the Title – this is the blue title name.

9.Click ‘View ITT / PQQ / Request for Quote’ in the top right hand corner – this is in the top section of the screen

10.This now opens up the details.  Attachments such as the specification and other relevant documents can be opened. 

11.Any documents which need details or prices to be entered by you should be saved on your own computer first – they are not saved within the eTendering system.

Any documents which need details or prices to be entered by you should be saved on your own computer first – they are not saved within the eTendering system.

 

 

 

SOG-EDU-T-A Managed Service for the Guernsey Integrated Learning Environment

States of Guernsey | Published April 11, 2014  -  Deadline April 25, 2014
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43000000

The Guernsey Integrated Learning Environment (GILE) currently serves around 8,500 people in educational establishments in Guernsey, Herm and Alderney. The infrastructure comprises servers located centrally within the States of Guernsey Shared Services platform and on-site components include servers, LAN and wireless networks. Inter-site WAN links are provided under a corporate agreement between the States of Guernsey and JT Ltd, which falls outside the scope of this tender. Services include file storage, email, internet access, a pupil information database, a virtual learning environment and a range of desktop applications. Services are accessed with laptop, desktop and tablet devices using Microsoft and Apple operating systems. Ongoing adoption of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) will cause an increase in the number and type of devices.

The States of Guernsey Education Department (SED) is refreshing GILE and wishes to ensure the educational benefits of that project are realised through the provision of a reliable and responsive service which is focussed on supporting teaching and learning.

The network managed service (NMS) for the SED first commenced in September 2009. It is currently managed by an external service provider under a Service Level Agreement contract (SLA) that ends 31st December 2014. The States wish to ensure on-going best value is achieved by this contract hence this tender exercise.

SED require a service provider to deliver a NMS for educational establishments and services in Guernsey, Alderney and Herm for 4 years (Jan 2015 – Dec 2018). The provider will use and develop the existing infrastructure to ensure that performance objectives are met.

 

Dark Fibre between Poland, Germany & Czech Republic

GEANT | Published May 15, 2014  -  Deadline June 5, 2014
cpvs
64200000

Dark Fibre between:

·         Frankfurt or Hamburg to Slubice (Polish / German border)

·         Prague to Slubice (Polish / German border)

·         Prague to Cieszyn (Polish/Czech border)

·         Prague to Poznan

·         Frankfurt to Poznan

·         Hamburg to Poznan

There is no dark fibre between Czech or Germany and Poland on the GEANT network at this time, with connectivity currently being provided through DANTE’s leased 10Gb wavelengths.

There is no colocation requirement at the A and B end of the route only accommodation within ILA/repeater huts along the route.  Suppliers should assume a span distance of 100 km and that in each hut DANTE require ½ rack, ½ height (size 600*300) with a 10A -48V DC protected power supply in an environment suited to Telecoms equipment.

Any agreement awarded is likely to last until 2020 and budgetary pricing should be reflect a term of this length.

 

EMBL-EBI Data Centre Services.

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) | Published November 4, 2014
Winner
Gyron Internet Ltd
cpvs
72300000

The European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) is a non-profit academic organisation that forms part of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). EMBL-EBI is a centre for research and services in bioinformatics. The Institute manages databases of biological data including nucleic acid, protein sequences and macromolecular structures. There is an ongoing, and growing, need to collect, store and curate all this information in ways that allow its efficient retrieval and exploitation by researchers. EMBL-EBI receives more than 3.5 million web hits a day, and more than 30 000 unique users every month. The data and the vast majority of its software systems are open source, allowing the research Community to use its bioinformatics resources openly available, and without restriction. EMBL-EBI is seeking new data centre capacity to host their expanding IT infrastructure. The data centre capacity must be carrier neutral and achieve Tier III standard or equivalent. The data centre(s) must be located within 4 hours drive (measured using AA Route planner www.theaa.com/route-planner) of EMBL EBI's Outstation at Hinxton, Cambridgeshire to allow EMBL-EBI staff to undertake installation, maintenance and upgrade work on the IT equipment in the data centre(s). EMBL-EBI requires the provider to supply the infrastructure associated with and space for 60 racks within a highly robust and secure environment. In addition, EMBL EBI requires the flexibility to increase this requirement by up to 40 racks during the contract term. Pre-Qualification Questionnaires will be available from 18 November 2013 at which point they can be downloaded from www.ebi.ac.uk/dcc-space or requested by emailing dcc-space@ebi.ac.uk

Autoclave for Mechanical Testing in Sour Environments.

Brunel University | Published November 26, 2014
Winner
KW Designed Solutions Ltd
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33191110

TWI has a requirement for a new high-temperature autoclave and rig for uniaxial tensile (UT) and slow strain rate (SSR) testing for the purpose of conducting mechanical testing of metallic specimens in aggressive environments. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel Universitys behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

SOJ-ENV-RFQ Development, project management and piloting of an energy efficiency programme for the industrial and commercial sector in Jersey

States of Jersey | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline January 12, 2015
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83101900, 83101901, 83101902, 86101602

The States of Jersey is is seeking to appoint a contractor to provide support for the further development and project management of an energy efficiency pilot programme for the industrial and commercial sector in Jersey. The contractor will provide day to day support with frequent face to face contact with the local commercial and industrial sector.

The skills required are the project management and implementation of the outline programme that has been developed during phase 1 research and development undertaken within the Department of the Environment; building on the links already made with key stakeholders.

The project is to be completed by the end of 2015, with an option to extend depending on outcomes of the pilot programme.

 

AfricaConnect — Connectivity 2015.

GEANT Limited (formerly DANTE) | Published January 29, 2015  -  Deadline February 20, 2015
cpvs
64000000

GEANT Ltd on behalf of the Ubuntunet Alliance and European National Research and Education Networks, is coordinating procurement efforts under the AfricaConnect project. The project, funded by the European Commission Development and Cooperation — EuropeAid directorate (http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/index_en.htm), aims to establish a high-capacity network for research and education in Southern and Eastern Africa (ESA) region, and to connect this network to the world wide community of Research and Education Networks through GÉANT, the pan-European Research and Education Network operated by GÉANT Ltd. The beneficiaries of AfricaConnect are the NRENs under the UbuntuNet Alliance, the regional Research and Education Network for the ESA region. The Alliance currently has membership drawn from 15 countries namely: The Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Burundi, Uganda and Zambia. The project has European partners comprising the National Research and Education Networks (NREN) of Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands and Portugal who respectively represent the GÉANT community. Africa Connect has already established a network within ESA with the following links in production; 1. SEACOM CLS, Mtunzini to KDN Data Center, Sameer Park, Nairobi with drops at SEACOM CLS Maputo and SEACOM CLS Dar es Salaam, @ STM 4. 2. KDN Data Centre, Sameer Park, Nairobi to Liquid Rwanda PoP, Kigali with a drop at NITA-U Data Centre, Statistics House, Kampala, @ STM 4. 3. EASSY CLS, Mtunzini to Amsterdam with a drop at KDN Data Centre, Sameer Park, Nairobi, @ STM 4. 4. Seacom CLS, Dar Es Salaam to Lusaka, @ STM 4. The above Africa Connect links are complemented by a number of UA and NREN provided links in the region to form a resilient network. The nature of the funding from DG DEVCO is such that an 8 % proportion of the 14 750 000 EUR budget (1 180 000 EUR) is retained by the EC until after the project is closed and has been subject to an EC review. GÉANT and the UA are seeking proposals for increases in bandwidth on these routes that will need to be implemented and invoiced before the project closes in May 2015. However it must be noted that funds to support such bandwidth increases will not be available until after the project is closed and has been subject to a satisfactory review by the European Commission. Only then will funds be released by DG Devco. GÉANT and the UA are not able to commit any upfront funding of this magnitude and so a Competitive Dialogue procedure is being embarked upon to establish the potential that may exist in respect of commercial providers who are able to work within the GÉANT — DEVCO grant fund contractual and commercial environment. This Competitive Dialogue procurement will seek to establish what the contractual and commercial construct will be that can support the increase of bandwidth on extant routes or the establishment of new routes with deferred payment options. The term of the contract is anticipated to be 10 years, this will be discussed in the dialogue stage as well as the potential route options. PQQ documentation, draft requirements and guidance documents are available at www.dante-procurement.net

UCAM 040/14 Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published March 11, 2015
Winner
Carl Zeiss Ltd
cpvs
38000000

This confocal microscope will be used in a multi user environment as part of a core facility to image fixed and live samples. We require the system to be able to complete imaging experiments in time series, multi-point and Z stacks. The system is required to provide Fluorescent Correlation Spectroscopy and Fluorescent Cross Correlation Spectroscopy with at least 2 colours and have a well-integrated solutions at both hardware and software level in order to be accessible to biologists.

UCAM 019/15 Provision of a High Content Analysis System for the Department of Medicine.

The University of Cambridge | Published March 25, 2015  -  Deadline April 29, 2015
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38000000, 38400000

The system will be located in a Containment Level 2 facility within the NIHR Cambridge BRC Cell Phenotyping Hub. It offers a campus-wide access to all researchers across BRC themes. It is located in the main hospital building on the 6th floor. As a central resource in the Clinical School, the Hub provides a wide variety of cytomics services (e.g. sorting, analysis and imaging for material from cell lines, mouse or unscreened human blood and tissue samples for phenotypic and functional analysis in clinical and non-clinical environments). The equipment must be adequate for a multi-user facility for mainly unsupervised (or minimally supervised) operations by the end-users. We will require the instrument to be installed by 30.9.2015.

UCAM 031/15 Multi Photon Inverted Microscope.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published May 15, 2015  -  Deadline June 8, 2015
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38000000

Background: 1.1.1 The University of Cambridge, Department of Biochemistry provides modern laboratory accommodation and state of art research facilities. 1.1.2 In 1989, the Wellcome Trust and Cancer Research UK Institute, part of the School of Biological Sciences in the University of Cambridge, was founded to promote research in the areas of developmental biology and cancer biology, and to foster a collaborative environment for independent research groups with diverse but complementary interests. In 2004 the Institute changed its name to the Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute (and has become known as 'The Gurdon Institute') in recognition of the achievements of Professor Sir John Gurdon, 1 of the founder members. 2 Scope of Requirements: 2.1 The Livesey lab as part of the Gurdon Institute, investigates the development, evolution and disease of the cerebral cortex. The focus of the research in the lab is on how the brain develops and ages, and how changes to this process can cause conditions such as Down Syndrome and dementia. We are using neurons derived from human pluripotent stem cells to explore the mechanisms at work in neuro-development and degeneration. In support of this research, the Livesey Lab requires a Multi Photon Microscope, more fully described in Section 3 of this tender. 3 Equipment Demonstrations: 3.1 It is the University's intention to complete the tender evaluation in such time that the contract for this equipment could be awarded within 6 weeks of the tender closing date. Please note that companies invited to tender may be required to provide access to demonstrations of their proposed systems at appropriate premises.

UCAM 080/15 Professional Services in Support of Campus Solutions Upgrade from 9.0 to 9.2.

The Chancellor, Masters And Scholars Of The University Of Cambridge | Published August 12, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
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72000000

The announcement of Oracle PeopleSoft Campus Solutions v 9.2 (targeted for general availability in late 2015), provides the University with the opportunity to review our current deployment ten years after the initial implementation in 2004/2005. This evaluation will consider the new functionality delivered by Oracle as part of the continuous delivery model, and how these enhancements can support the current and future requirements of the University. The overall objective being to maximise the return on the investment in Oracle products by favouring delivered functionality over customisation and bespoke development where possible. The approach aims to deliver the upgrade, with external partner support, allowing us to continue the maintenance of the live system, releases, and statutory changes, and any critical development project needs. The intention is that any changes would be developed as a ‘bolt-on’, which could be transitioned into the v 9.2 environment, with the production 9.0 environment remaining fundamentally unchanged during the upgrade project.

UCAM 019/15 Provision of a High Content Analysis System for the Department of Medicine.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of The University of Cambridge | Published September 11, 2015
Winner
Life Technologies Ltd
cpvs
38000000, 38400000

The system will be located in a Containment Level 2 facility within the NIHR Cambridge BRC Cell Phenotyping Hub. It offers a campus wide access to all researchers across BRC themes. It is located in the main hospital building on the 6th floor. As a central resource in the Clinical School, the Hub provides a wide variety of cytomics services (e.g. sorting, analysis and imaging for material from cell lines, mouse or unscreened human blood and tissue samples for phenotypic and functional analysis in clinical and non-clinical environments). The equipment must be adequate for a multiuser facility for mainly unsupervised (or minimally supervised) operations by the end users. We will require the instrument to be installed by 30.9.2015.

UCAM 070/15 Provision of Maintenance and Repair of Flow Cytometry Equipment.

The University of Cambridge | Published October 3, 2015  -  Deadline October 23, 2015
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38000000

Background 1.1 The University of Cambridge, School of Clinical Medicine and its Departments and Institutes provide modern laboratory accommodation and state of art research facilities. 1.2 Based on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus at the Addenbrooke's Hospital site, and part of the University's School of Clinical Medicine, participating Departments and Institutes house flow cytometry equipment of the high-end category (high-end sorters and high-end analysers) and medium-end category (older sorter models and analysers with 3 lasers or less). The School requires the provision of technical maintenance service agreements for all listed equipment and for equipment purchased in the future in order to deliver flow cytometry services to their customers and researchers in a timely and reliable manner. This tender has been split into 2 Lots. Lot 1 relates to those items listed under the High-End Category on the accompanying spreadsheet, and Lot 2 relates to those items listed under Medium-End Category on the accompanying spreadsheet. A bid must cover all pieces of equipment on Lot 1, all pieces of equipment on Lot 2, or all pieces of equipment for both Lots. Exclusion of any piece of equipment will render the bid incomplete. Tenderers may bid for one, or both Lots. Tenderers must not make the pricing of their response to one Lot conditional upon acceptance of their pricing on the other Lot, however, where a bidder offers a multi-Lot discount (which must apply to both Lots) and wins either Lot 1 or Lot 2, the evaluation and award process on both Lots will be re-run after applying the discount to the price element. NB: In order to secure the most advantageous tender for the University, discount levels offered by bidders on this tender will take into account, and also be applied to, existing contracts that are already in place (if any) between the bidder and the University for the same service on similar equipment, and will be included when evaluating responses. It is anticipated that during the contract, equipment may be added or removed as necessary with costs adjusted in line with those tendered. Bids are sought for one year, three year and five year terms. Tenderers are expected to bid for all equipment in each lot and for all three terms. The term agreed will be based on the combination of price and quality that is most advantageous to the University. Site / Equipment Survey. It is the University's intention to complete the tender evaluation in such time that the contract for this equipment could be awarded within 6 weeks of the tender closing date. Bidders are encouraged to attend the University to undertake a survey of the equipment in order to get a full understanding of the items covered by this tender and their environment.

Cambridgeshire County Wide Handypersons Service.

Cambridgeshire County Council | Published October 24, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
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50000000, 85000000, 70333000

Cambridgeshire County Council, on behalf of Cambridge City Council, East Cambridgeshire District Council, Fenland District Council, Huntingdonshire District Council, South Cambridgeshire wishes to invite Tenders for the supply of services in respect of the Cambridgeshire County Wide Handypersons Service. The Successful Provider will be responsible for providing this service and liaising closely with a Contract Manager from Cambridgeshire County Council. There will be only one contract which will be signed by all of the Partnership Authorities as well as the Successful Provider. The aim of the service is to enable people to live in their own home more safely and securely. The Handyperson Service is an important resource to enable independent living and create a safe environment through early intervention by an accessible and appropriate service. This can range from prevention of falls, reducing admission to hospital or care homes, to maintenance of a decent housing stock. The declared budget for this service is 527 757 GBP for the initial 3 year contract (175 919 GBP pa). Potential Providers who intend to submit a bid are expected to fully utilise this budget with the aim of delivering as many Assessments and Home Safety Checks as possible for the budget available. Potential Providers must not submit bids above this total value. This contract is for 3 years, with an option to extend for 2 years. The potential value of this contract is 879 595 GBP.

Juniper Support and Supply Framework.

GEANT Limited (formerly Delivery of Advanced Technology to Europe Limited) | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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64200000, 32400000, 32500000, 50330000, 50332000

GÉANT's backbone IP network is entirely made up of Juniper MX series routers. These routers were procured in 2012 as part of a contract which included 4 years of on-site support and a framework for upgrades and expansion. That 4 year contract expires on 5.9.2016, and accordingly GÉANT is looking to secure 1 or more Preferred Tenderers to deliver a number of services both to support the current set of routers and also allow for their ongoing enhancement. This procurement to establish a series of Framework Agreements is split into 3 Lots as follows: 1. Lot 1 — Reseller of Juniper Hardware and Support Services — a list of Juniper hardware, software subscription and support services is referred to in the ITSOP. Bidders should accept that the estate is a live, changing environment and changes to hardware requirements may be notified during the tender process. 2. Lot 2 — Hardware Spares Management — Ability to delivery hardware to our European, and potentially EMEA and US sites, in a timely manner. 3. Lot 3 — First Line Maintenance (FLM) — Suitably qualified and experienced field engineers to perform hardware replacement in our European, and potentially EMEA and US sites, in a timely manner.

Cambridgeshire Extra Care and Housing Related Support — Richard Newcombe Court.

Cambridgeshire County Council | Published December 9, 2015  -  Deadline January 13, 2016
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85000000, 98000000, 85112200

Extra care housing is defined as specialist accommodation designed to maximise the independence of older people by providing a safe, secure and stimulating environment. Service Users retain the independence of having their own home and at the same time benefit from the availability of around the clock social care and housing support. The care and support service is expected to enable Service Users to live independently and to maximise the Service Users capacity to carry out tasks themselves.

Framework for Out of School Tuition.

Cambridgeshire County Council | Published December 10, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
cpvs
80000000

This Framework is for the provision of education for young people outside of a traditional school environment. Referrals will be made for: children and young people with Statements of Special Educational Needs (SSEN)/ Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs); primary aged pupils who have been permanently excluded or those with long term medical needs, not inpatient in hospital, and; children that are looked after under Section 20 and Section 31 of the Children Act.

UCAM 080/15 Professional Services in Support of Campus Solutions Upgrade from 9.0 to 9.2.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of The University of Cambridge | Published December 18, 2015
Winner
CY IT Services
cpvs
72000000

The announcement of Oracle PeopleSoft Campus Solutions v9.2 (targeted for general availability in late 2015), provides the University with the opportunity to review our current deployment 10 years after the initial implementation in 2004/2005. This evaluation will consider the new functionality delivered by Oracle as part of the continuous delivery model, and how these enhancements can support the current and future requirements of the University. The overall objective being to maximise the return on the investment in Oracle products by favouring delivered functionality over customisation and bespoke development where possible. The approach aims to deliver the upgrade, with external partner support, allowing us to continue the maintenance of the live system, releases, and statutory changes, and any critical development project needs. The intention is that any changes would be developed as a ‘bolt-on’, which could be transitioned into the v9.2 environment, with the production 9.0 environment remaining fundamentally unchanged during the upgrade project.

UCAM 070/15 Provision of Maintenance and Repair of Flow Cytometry Equipment.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University Of Cambridge | Published January 22, 2016
Winner
Becton Dickinson
cpvs
38000000

Background:

1.1. The University of Cambridge, School of Clinical Medicine and its Departments and Institutes provide modern laboratory accommodation and state of art research facilities.

1.2. Based on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus at the Addenbrooke's Hospital site, and part of the University's School of Clinical Medicine, participating Departments and Institutes house flow cytometry equipment of the high-end category (high-end sorters and high-end analysers) and medium-end category (older sorter models and analysers with 3 lasers or less).

The School requires the provision of technical maintenance service agreements for all listed equipment and for equipment purchased in the future in order to deliver flow cytometry services to their customers and researchers in a timely and reliable manner.

This tender has been split into 2 Lots. Lot 1 relates to those items listed under the high-end category on the accompanying spreadsheet, and Lot 2 relates to those items listed under medium-end category on the accompanying spreadsheet. A bid must cover all pieces of equipment on Lot 1, all pieces of equipment on Lot 2, or all pieces of equipment for both Lots. Exclusion of any piece of equipment will render the bid incomplete.

Tenderers may bid for 1, or both Lots. Tenderers must not make the pricing of their response to 1 Lot conditional upon acceptance of their pricing on the other Lot, however, where a bidder offers a multi-Lot discount (which must apply to both Lots) and wins either Lot 1 or Lot 2, the evaluation and award process on both Lots will be re-run after applying the discount to the price element.

NB: In order to secure the most advantageous tender for the University, discount levels offered by bidders on this tender will take into account, and also be applied to, existing contracts that are already in place (if any) between the bidder and the University for the same service on similar equipment, and will be included when evaluating responses.

It is anticipated that during the contract, equipment may be added or removed as necessary with costs adjusted in line with those tendered.

Bids are sought for 1 year, 3 year and 5 year terms. Tenderers are expected to bid for all equipment in each lot and for all 3 terms. The term agreed will be based on the combination of price and quality that is most advantageous to the University.

Site / Equipment Survey:

It is the University's intention to complete the tender evaluation in such time that the contract for this equipment could be awarded within 6 weeks of the tender closing date.

Bidders are encouraged to attend the University to undertake a survey of the equipment in order to get a full understanding of the items covered by this tender and their environment.

Framework for Out of School Tuition.

Cambridgeshire County Council | Published March 15, 2016
Winner
Wey Education
cpvs
80000000

This Framework is for the provision of education for young people outside of a traditional school environment. Referrals will be made for: Children and young people with Statements of Special Educational Needs (SSEN)/ Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs); Primary aged pupils who have been permanently excluded or those with long term medical needs, not inpatient in hospital, and; Children that are looked after under Section 20 and Section 31 of the Children Act.

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