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Hosted Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

Kingston University | Published November 4, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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72200000

Provide and implement software for a hosted Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) at Kingston University and St Georges University London.

Provision of a Virtual Learning Environment

Staffordshire University | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 17, 2015
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48190000

Provision of a Virtual Learning Environment

Virtual Learning Environment - 2016

 | Published July 18, 2016  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
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48000000

Provision of a Virtual Learning Environment solution for the University of Hertfordshire's Library and Computing Services Department.

Environment Services Contract.

London Borough of Camden | Published August 6, 2015  -  Deadline September 7, 2015
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90000000, 90500000, 90620000, 90630000, 90670000, 90690000, 90700000, 90710000, 90900000, 90910000, 90918000, 90511000, 90511300, 90514000, 90610000, 90524100, 79342300

London Borough of Camden is looking to appoint a supplier for an Environment Services Contract, which includes waste collection services, recycling services, cleansing and winter services. In addition to this the Authority wishes to explore within the Competitive Dialogue process a number of other services which include; Business Recycling and Waste, Graffiti, Drug Paraphernalia and Flyposting Removal, Enforcement, Customer Services, Communications, Container Management, and Sale of recyclable materials. Full details are provided within the tender documents.

Virtual Learning Environment

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LIMITED | Published November 2, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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48190000

The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) is the University’s primary means of making learning and teaching materials, resources and associated tools available to students. The VLE provides an integrated learning and teaching environment which can enhance engagement with the University’s learning, teaching and assessment processes. The University of Wolverhampton’s new VLE must: • provide the required toolsets and functionality to enhance the learning and teaching experience across the University’s curriculum • provide tools to enable further development of collaborative, engaging and interactive learning and teaching activities and opportunities • provide demonstrable capability to integrate with other systems e.g. administrative, student management systems, email, learning, library, research and social media systems etc. • the preference is to provide a VLE platform, either managed hosting or Software as a Service solution. It should be a ‘service’ that is adaptable, safe, secure and can evolve within an agile ICT environment that will be transforming over the next five years through a structured programme of work (the Digital Campus – Schedule 1 provides further detail on this programme) • provide a platform that enables the University to remain responsive to, and be in step with, sector and global technology trends • enable access to, by enrolment and non-enrolment means, course/module-based learning materials and/or other types of structured content • enable access to content across the University’s provision, both on campus and at a distance, through its international/transnational education (TNE) and collaborative activities • have good usability, clearly demonstrated by positive experience of the solution’s users in both HE and other sectors • be accessible, enabling the University to meet its inclusion principles and legislative obligations • enable staff and students to engage with content on corporate and personal devices, and with the use of assistive technology as appropriate to their needs • be ‘Fit for Purpose’ by being reliable, scalable and able to integrate seamlessly with relevant University systems (present and future), and enabling compliance with relevant standards and legislative responsibilities • be financially sustainable, offering value for money, affordability, scalability, flexibility and security. To express your interest and view the full tender documentation please register on the address below. (https://wlv.bravosolution.co.uk)

City of Glasgow College: Built Environment Workshop Machinery

APUC Limited | Published August 15, 2016
Winner
A L Dalton Ltd (T/A Daltons Wadkin)
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102000

City of Glasgow College: Built Environment Workshop Machinery

City of Glasgow College: Built Environment Workshop Machinery

APUC Limited | Published June 30, 2016
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102000

City of Glasgow College: Built Environment Workshop Machinery

The Business Environment for Economic Development (BEED) programme.

Procurement | Published May 2, 2015  -  Deadline June 4, 2015
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75211200

DFID is implementing a new Business Environment for Economic Development (BEED) programme. This 4 year programme is intended to improve the support that we and other donors provide on business environment (BE) reforms. Part of this BEED programme will be the creation of a new Business Environment Reform Facility (BERF). This Facility will carry out a number of functions. It will support DFID Country offices to design new business environment programmes, improve existing ones, and more effectively learn and disseminate lessons from DFID and other donor experience. It will commission policy research on less well-researched topics, and those important for effective implementation on the ground. And it will develop innovative approaches for effectively encouraging a broader range of stakeholders (including not only large and small businesses, but also consumers and other affected groups) in articulating demand for reform of key binding constraints, and in designing reform.

London & Quadrant - Sales & Marketing "Signage & Built Environment" Framework

London & Quadrant Housing Trust (L&Q) | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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79340000

L&Q wish to establish the Sales and Marketing - Signage and Built Environment Contractor Framework Agreement for the provision of Signage and Built Environment services across Shared Ownership and Private Sale developments to help deliver the required sales targets within the next 4 years. Appointments under the Framework Agreement shall be for the aggregated or singular of the following services: A. Signage - way finding, stack boards etc B. Hoarding construction and decor e.g. di-bond panelling C. Scaffolding banners and building wraps D. Marketing Suite design and build - internal and external structures E. Exhibition stands and graphics F. Digital Wallpaper G. Installation and fit-out of all signage and built environment requirements Collectively known as the "Signage and Built Environment Contractor Services". These are the main category headings which cover 99 percent of the category requirements. L&Q reserves the right to add sub categories within the 4 year term of the Framework Agreement. Please note that in order to be considered for the tender stage of this procurement process, Applicants must be able to confirm that they can provide all of the categories of Signage and Built Environment Contractor Services listed in A to G above in-house without outsourcing to a 3rd party. Please refer to question 5.1 of this PQQ which will be assessed on a pass / fail basis. The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.mytenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx. Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and fail basis to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Defence Learning Environment (DLE) Technical Support

 | Published April 4, 2016
Winner
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services Defence and Security UK Limited
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72611000

The Ministry of Defence has a requirement for continued Technical support, help desk support and technical development for the Defence Learning Environment (DLE) from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2018 (To include options to extend by one year to 31st March 2019 and a further 1 year option to extend to 31st March 2020). The DLE suite of applications currently comprises of a Moodle 2.6 Virtual Learning Environment and an Alfresco content management system hosted on the Joint Server Farm (JSF), a Defence cloud hosting service that is internet facing and delivered through a partnering agreement. The DLE is accessed through the Defence Gateway (DGW).

ITT for the provision of Storage, Virtualization and Backup Environment

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LTD | Published June 5, 2015  -  Deadline July 17, 2015
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The University of Wolverhampton is seeking to establish a contract for the supply of Storage, Virtualization and Backup Environment. The University has approved a significant change in strategic transformation under a Digital Campus programme. Essential to this is a robust IT infrastructure including a storage environment, virtualization platform and a comprehensive backup environment. The University envisages moving from traditional on premises IT to a hybrid delivery model. The most immediate requirement is the replacement of the storage platform, virtualisation layer and the backup environment. In addition, there is an essential need to document a forward looking technical architecture for the storage and virtualization environment. Please see “Schedule 1” for further details. It is envisaged that this Contract will be let for a period of 5 years (with an option to extend for up to a further 12 months subject to satisfactory performance and agreement by both parties). The Contract is expected to commence on 19th November 2015. The Qualification section will be assessed on a pass/fail basis in accordance with the standard qualification questions implemented by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS)/Cabinet Office. The requirements here include: • The successful Supplier must have a minimum of £5m Public Liability Insurance • The successful Supplier must have a minimum of £10m Employers Indemnity Insurance • The Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of £2m a debt:equity ratio of

Development of Blended Learning to support the Defence Learning Environment

 | Published February 17, 2016
Winner
Capita Business Services Ltd
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48000000

To design and develop a blended learning solution that delivers training and education to support the Defence Learning Environment. This was procured through Civil Service Learning Wider Public Sector Framework.

Understanding the future operating environment for professional regulation

General Medical Council (GMC) | Published March 8, 2016  -  Deadline April 6, 2016
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73110000

The objective of the research is to inform the GMC's long-term strategic planning by modelling plausible trends and developments in our 'operating environment' as defined and discussed above. This is with the purpose of helping us to anticipate potential developments and to enable us to consider how we may need to respond, or act to take account of such developments, in order to remain relevant and effective. We briefly outline a suggested approach for a research project to achieve this objective in this section, which is a form of scenario planning. However we would welcome alternative approaches, provided these are accompanied by a clear rationale, which may better achieve our objective

London and Quadrant — Sales and Marketing ‘Signage and Built Environment’ Framework

London & Quadrant Housing Trust (L&Q) | Published July 9, 2016
Winner
Bradley Dyer
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79340000, 79413000, 79341000, 73300000, 22460000, 79416200, 79416100, 79416000, 34928470, 31682230, 79811000

L&Q wish to establish the Sales and Marketing — Signage and Built Environment Contractor Framework Agreement for the provision of Signage and Built Environment services across Shared Ownership and Private Sale developments to help deliver the required sales targets within the next 4 years.

Appointments under the Framework Agreement shall be for the aggregated or singular of the following services:

A. Signage — way finding, stack boards etc.;

B. Hoarding construction and decor e.g. di-bond panelling;

C. Scaffolding banners and building wraps;

D. Marketing Suite design and build — internal and external structures;

E. Exhibition stands and graphics;

F. Digital Wallpaper;

G. Installation and fit-out of all signage and built environment requirements.

Collectively known as the ‘Signage and Built Environment Contractor Services’. These are the main category headings which cover 99 percent of the category requirements. L&Q reserves the right to add sub categories within the 4 year term of the Framework Agreement.

Please note that in order to be considered for the tender stage of this procurement process, Applicants must be able to confirm that they can provide all of the categories of Signage and Built Environment Contractor Services listed in A to G above in-house without outsourcing to a 3rd party. Please refer to question 5.1 of this PQQ which will be assessed on a pass / fail basis.

The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.mytenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx

Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and fail basis to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

London and Quadrant — Sales and Marketing ‘Signage and Built Environment’ Framework.

London & Quadrant Housing Trust (L&Q) | Published October 31, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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79340000, 79413000, 79341000, 73300000, 22460000, 79416200, 79416100, 79416000, 34928470, 31682230, 79811000

L&Q wish to establish the Sales and Marketing — Signage and Built Environment Contractor Framework Agreement for the provision of Signage and Built Environment services across Shared Ownership and Private Sale developments to help deliver the required sales targets within the next 4 years. Appointments under the Framework Agreement shall be for the aggregated or singular of the following services: A. Signage — way finding, stack boards etc.; B. Hoarding construction and décor e.g. di-bond panelling; C. Scaffolding banners and building wraps; D. Marketing Suite design and build — internal and external structures; E. Exhibition stands and graphics; F. Digital Wallpaper; G. Installation and fit-out of all signage and built environment requirements. Collectively known as the ‘Signage and Built Environment Contractor Services’. These are the main category headings which cover 99 % of the category requirements. L&Q reserves the right to add sub categories within the 4 year term of the Framework Agreement. Please note that in order to be considered for the tender stage of this procurement process, Applicants must be able to confirm that they can provide all of the categories of Signage and Built Environment Contractor Services listed in A to G above in-house without outsourcing to a 3rd party. Please refer to question 5.1 of this PQQ which will be assessed on a pass / fail basis. The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.mytenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and fail basis. to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=165249 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.myTenders.org/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

London Plan Review Project No.3 – Characterisation of London’s Historic Environment – State of Conservation

Historic England-Heritage Protection & Planning: National Planning & Conservation (EH) | Published December 8, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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92522000

Project Brief No.3: London Plan Review Characterisation of London’s Historic Environment – State of Conservation 1. Project Summary This project will examine the contribution of reports commissioned by London’s boroughs characterising their historic environment. Much of this work has been carried out since the last London Plan Review. Understanding this contribution and the significance of London’s historic environment will be an important part of the evidence base as the next London Plan is developed. It is also an essential framework for local planning and management of the historic environment. This assessment is the principal element of the research project. In addition to providing an overview of borough-level characterisation, the project will report on the coverage of conservation area appraisals and management plans, local guidance on archaeology and heritage asset monitoring, as part of state of conservation reporting and management. 2. Background The London Plan (legally called a Spatial Development Strategy) is currently the only regional plan in England, and provides the strategic planning framework for the future development of London over a 20 year period. The London Plan includes approximately 120 policies including a suite which influence the management of the historic environment. Further Alterations to the London Plan (FALP) were undertaken in 2014, with a revised Plan being adopted in March 2015. Following the publication of the FALP, the Mayor instructed a full review to take place. However a delay to this review will be caused by the Mayoral elections in May 2016. So the first stage of formal consultation is expected to take place in Spring 2017 which will provide an early indication of the direction of travel of the review. A full version of the revised Plan for consultation is expected in Autumn 2017. The inspector’s report on the FALP raised a number of questions about the capacity of London to accommodate all its growth within its existing built confines without placing unacceptable pressures on the city’s communities and environment. ‘The impact on increasing densities on townscapes [including the historic environment]… needs to be considered’ as well accessibility levels. The report notes that ‘town centres are accessible locations but each has its own character which new development should respect’ and large sites should have regard to their surroundings. ‘Meeting the pressing need for housing in London will require new, possibly innovative solutions but care must be taken not to damage its environment such that it becomes an unpleasant place to visit, live and work’. Paragraphs 41, 42, 54 and 55 of the report are particularly relevant as context to this project. Recently Historic England responded to the Outer London Commission consultations on issues relating to options for growth, barriers to delivery and regional governance. The options for growth...

PIPE (Psychologically Informed Planned Environment) Project - HMP Long Lartin

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 8, 2015
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85100000

The service will follow the preparation PIPE model: • provide an in depth formulation and assessment of needs for those men in scope; specifically to provide a clear clinical description of their psycho-social needs, their risk of harm, and the factors related to their offending behaviour • provide assessments of men who otherwise might have been transferred into a High Secure Hospital to receive those assessments • increase the motivation of resident men to further engage with Offender Personality Disorder (OPD) services either on the unit or at another establishment and will address current barriers to treatment • provide medication where clinically advised • provide a psycho-social environment in line with the principles underpinning the Offender Personality Disorder Pathway • provide bespoke workforce development for staff working in the service and closely aligned to it • provide OPD awareness training to staff in the wider establishment as deemed necessary • work with other OPD services elsewhere in custody to ensure a pathway of service is maintained for the resident men • prepare men for the transfer to another service along the OPD pathway, or another location outside of the pathway whichever is the most appropriate • this service will be time limited and prisoners will be expected to be relocated at the appropriate time. Project objectives and desired outcomes • To open a psychologically informed planned environment for 14 men located on the discreet unit immediately below Healthcare. Contract to commence 1st. February 2016 (anticipated 2 month design and development period with 1st offenders admitted to service from 1st April 2016) The outcomes are to achieve: • A reduction in repeat serious sexual and/or violent offending; • Improved psychological health of offenders; • Improved psychological health, wellbeing, pro social behaviour and relational outcomes; • Improved, confidence and attitudes of staff working with complex offenders who are likely to have Personality Disorder; • Increased efficiency, cost effectiveness and quality of OPD Pathway Services. Additionally the unit will seek to: • motivate and engage high risk of harm men who satisfy the entry criteria to the OPD pathway; • produce assessments and formulations for such men; • prevent unnecessary transfers into Secure Hospitals; • train the new and existing workforce to better understand and manage the service users; • provide a psychosocial environment in line with the principles of the OPD programme. Project scope and exclusions : In scope: Development of a PIPE unit in accordance with the service specification and PIPE Model. The existing hotel function for the 15 bed unit below healthcare. The unit’s Certified Normal Accommodation (CNA) is 14, with an Operational Capacity of 15.

Environment Agency - Oxted & Ravensbourne Observational Boreholes

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published November 12, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
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71351000

The requirement is to design and install a pair of observational boreholes near Oxted and also an observational borehole in Bromley (Ravensbourne), in order to address the network's current deficiency with respect to spatial coverage of the Kent Lower Greensand Middle GWB (Oxted) and the Bromley Tertiaries GWB for Water Framework Directive. Oxted: Drilling and completion of two permanent observation boreholes, screened separately, monitoring the Folkestone Formations and Hythe Formations of the Lower Greensand. Ravensbourne: a borehole to monitor the Harwich and Lambeth Group Formations of the Tertiary sandstone strata.

Environment Agency - Teddington Lock Office Welfare Facilities

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published December 22, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
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45200000

Providing welfare facilities consisting of 2 toilets and one shower.

Environment Agency - Tankered Waste Management Services

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published August 21, 2015  -  Deadline September 4, 2015
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Provision of tankered waste management services (collection and disposal) across the South East from specified lock sites.