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School catering services

GEP Academies | Published October 7, 2017  -  Deadline November 10, 2017
cpvs
55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services for GEP Academies at the following schools:

— Boxgrove Primary School;

Guildford Grove Primary School;

— Loseley Fields Primary;

— Sandfield Primary School.

The Guildford Education Partnership (GEP Academies) was formed in September 2013 from the Multi Academy Trust set up by George Abbot School and Boxgrove Primary School. On 1.9.2014, both Kings College, Guildford and Sandfield Primary School joined GEP with Fullbrook School. Guildford Grove and Loseley Fields Primary School became a member of the Guildford Education Partnership on 1.11.2016.

The group would be looking at harmonising the catering contract across all of the member schools and the number of schools within the groups is looking to grow significantly through the life of the contract.

The tender project is seeking to appoint a Supplier whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of service within the existing facilities for the four Primary schools the 1 635 Students on roll, with a focus on exciting new food concepts to satisfy a wide range of pupil tastes and dietary requirements. The Client would wish the successful Supplier to review the current range of services offered and make recommendations accordingly.

The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1.4.2018 to 31.3.2021 plus 2 and will operate as a guaranteed performance contract, with the successful Supplier offering the Client a guaranteed return / cost per annum for the provision of catering services. Sovereignty of the cash tariff is to remain with the Client for the duration of this contract.

The academic year is based on a calendar of 195 days. 5 days are to be used for staff professional development which means that School will be open to receive students for the legal minimum of 190 days.

The contract offered covers the scope for the provision of all catering services within the schools, which currently includes morning break, lunch, all hospitality and free issue requirements. Free School meals and hospitality will be charged based on consumption and at net food cost.

Whilst the Client prioritises value for money as a key objective of the competitive tender process, the Client is not obliged to accept the lowest price.

The Client expects the successful Supplier to enable the continued development of catering through the provision of an innovative, healthy food service, with fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients being prepared on-site. The Client expects the successful tenderer to evidence, through their bid, how they shall support and complement its values and support the principles of Every Child Matters.

The Client believes that success should be celebrated and that pupils should enjoy their time at school; if lessons are stimulating and challenging then students will love learning. Much time therefore, is spent reviewing and planning schemes of work to ensure that they are differentiated to meet the needs of all students. As a result, the Client is very enthusiastic regarding work experience and apprenticeship proposals and would welcome the input of the successful Supplier.

As a trust who are continually seeking ways to improve and develop the ethos and environment for students and staff, to give them the facilities they deserve and need to meet the challenges of the 21st Century, any consideration regarding inward capital investment as part of the Supplier's tender submission would be welcomed. The Client would wish for the Supplier to look at making this investment within the existing dining area.

Please be advised that this contract will be let on a 3 + 2 years basis.

Educational software package

University of Surrey | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 14, 2016
cpvs
48190000

The University of Surrey (the University) is pleased to invite tenders for the supply and operation of a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).

The University is keen to build on improvements that have been made in the provision of online content, online assessment and collaboration methods since it introduced its VLE in 2012. There is a high level of engagement from staff and students across all subject areas at the University. It is expected that the VLE will enable students to learn in a manner that suits their learning style, at a time of their choosing, from any device in any location.

Provision of a Virtual Learning Environment.

Portable Multiple Camera Network, Storage and Processing Systems.

University of Surrey | Published March 3, 2016
Winner
4D View Solutions, Vicon Motion Systems Ltd
cpvs
32330000, 32322000, 32333000

The Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP), is a world-leader in video-based reconstruction of people. Over the past 15 years CVSSP Visual Media Research Group, led by Prof. Adrian Hilton, has pioneered the field of 4D vision using multiple camera networks to enable the accurate, non-contact measurement of dynamic non-rigid surface shape and motion from video. This technology has been extensively exploited by the UK creative industries (film, TV, games, fashion) through collaborative research enabling the creation of Digital Doubles of actor performance. Technology transfer has resulted in licensing, spin-out companies and a number of Innovation Awards including 2 EU ICT Innovation Awards and a technical OSCAR. CVSSP has also pioneered the use of 4D vision in medical applications to correct for breathing during MRI scans. To support 4D vision research CVSSP developed a unique film production quality multiple camera network studio infrastructure supported by JIF/SRIF in 2003/5, with subsequent investment to maintain a fully operational facility. This infrastructure has enabled; 15 000 000 GBP in collaborative research projects with the creative industries (EPSRC/TSB/EU/Royal Society) and provided benchmark datasets used by over 500 academic and industry research groups world-wide. The requested equipment is to refresh the multiple camera studio facilities with upgrades to UHD 4K acquisition, online processing of multiple stream video and portable use for both entertainment and healthcare applications. This will support CVSSP research in 4D vision over the coming decade and provide a UK facility for research in this area.

Following award of EPSRC funding 500 000 GBP (ex VAT) has been made available for CVSSP to procure a portable camera network and associated portable storage and processing technology. This is to support the existing portfolio of creative industries research whilst also enabling future research to transform 4D visual reconstruction into a measurement technology for use in healthcare and welfare applications in unconstrained environments.

CVSSP has long been at the forefront of research into 4D visual construction and has been a pioneer in multiple camera studio environments. The move to 4K and an increased trend of video over IP such as the BBC IP Studio mean that we now require an equipment refresh to face the new challenges of higher resolutions, higher frame rates, increased data rates and new working paradigms designed around reconfigurable software for processing video and audio data in the field.

356/ECJ Ambulatory Polysomnographic Recorders.

University of Surrey | Published January 22, 2016
Winner
S-Med
cpvs
38900000

The University of Surrey, acting through Surrey Clinical Research Centre, has been funded 289 000 GBP inclusive of ALL local UK taxes, by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (‘EPSRC’) to establish a system for the polygraphic recording and analysis of sleep and movement in the laboratory and in the home environment.

As part of this research project, the University of Surrey is seeking to purchase 12 ambulatory polysomnographic recording and analysis systems with video capability with specific outputs and characterisation to meet the goals of the research project via a competitive tendering procedure following the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

All the equipment must be made available, installed and commissioned by the 31.3.2016. Should the preferred supplier default on the contract for whatever reason, the University reserves the right to award the contract to the second preferred supplier and so on and so forth.

Managed Service for Common Storage and Back Up Services

University of Surrey | Published June 24, 2016
Winner
Capita Managed IT Solutions Limited
cpvs
72000000, 72600000, 72300000

The University of Surrey (‘the University’) is 1 of the UK's leading Professional, Scientific and Technology Universities with a world class research profile and a reputation for excellence in teaching and learning. The University currently has approximately 14 000 registered students and 3 000 staff and operates from a single main campus split between 2 locations in Guildford, Surrey, 1 (the main campus at Stag Hill) just south of the A3 and the 2nd (Manor Park) just north of the A3. The main campus has around 30 Academic and Service supporting buildings. The 2nd site is predominantly halls of residence but also houses 2 research buildings, the Vet School and the Surrey Sports Park. In close proximity to the Surrey Sports Park are the Surrey Research Park and the Surrey Technology Centre which is also operated by the University of Surrey.

The University has 2 on premise Data Centres, however during the lifetime of the contract the University intends to relocate Data Centres to an off-site hosted facility.

The University wishes to enter a comprehensive managed service agreement with a supplier to administer and monitor our environment, managing existing support contracts on behalf of the university, provide technical expertise and comprehensive performance reporting to support our entire storage and back up service. The University requires a high level of proactive managed service support. The overall objective of this agreement will be to deliver the highest overall level of support by utilising both University and Supplier skills and resources in the most appropriate and cost effective manner. The specific responsibilities for each element of the infrastructure will be agreed during contract set up with the preferred supplier.

Guildford Castle and Museum Architect

 | Published May 21, 2016  -  Deadline July 4, 2016
cpvs
71000000

The project is to establish Guildford Castle, its grounds and Guildford Museum as a united site and attraction in the centre of the town. To achieve this we are looking to reconfigure the Museum, with the addition of a new building, to open into and utilise the adjoining Castle Gardens and Castle ruins. This will reunite the most important historic site in Guildford, containing the remains of a royal castle linked with medieval kings, including Stephen and Henry III, for over 300 years. The site was later associated with Lewis Carroll, who rented a house on the footprint of the historic castle for his sisters and who died in the house in 1898. Reconfiguring the site and adding appropriate new build will enhance the historic environment, extend museum display space and improve public facilities, incorporating a new museum entrance and exhibition space into the castle grounds and linking new areas to galleries in the existing museum. Refurbished displays will provide improved conditions for collections, use different formats and approaches to engage a range of audiences in the story of the town and borough and provide new learning spaces with the potential to expand programmes of activities and opportunities. The project will unite places with a related history, increasing access to, and understanding of, heritage assets including the castle, historic collections, castle grounds and the story of the town and borough that grew around it, producing a refreshed and enlivened museum and the major heritage hub and attraction for the borough’s community and its visitors. The creation of versatile exhibition space that enhances the visit, provides the latest in visitor experience technology and creates the demand for repeat visits, plus a new Café is essential. The design will add something extra to this historic quarter. Background Information The Council has identified that the Museum and Castle grounds are in need of development and refurbishment to enhance the historic visitor attraction to the town. The Castle achieves c 15,000 visits per anum, the Museum c13,000 visits and the Castle Grounds over 500.000 per annum; a great disparity. There are a number of reasons for this:- • The Museum entrance is in Quarry Street hidden away from the Castle and Grounds • The Castle is more visible and is signposted from the High Street • The Museum is not very user friendly with poor physical access and facilities • The displays are tired and need updating to tell new stories displaying exhibits using modern display methodologies • The central exhibition area used for temporary exhibitions is small and constrained and not able to provide the quality of exhibit to create significant public interest. The Castle and Grounds are of significant heritage value.

The Provision of a Citrix Support Contract for the Surrey and Sussex CItrix Infrastructure

Joint Procurement Service for Surrey and Sussex Police | Published August 23, 2016  -  Deadline September 12, 2016
cpvs
72261000

The requirement is for a single maintenance and support contract for the Sussex and Surrey Citrix environments. Support is required for the following Citrix VDI environments implemented for Sussex and Surrey Police.

Educational software package

University of Surrey | Published November 19, 2016
Winner
D2L Europe Ltd (previously known as Desire2Learn UK Ltd)
cpvs
48190000

Supply, install / implement a new Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) with supporting services.

Supply and support of a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).

The contracting authority currently uses an older version (version 10.3) of the D2L software. The contracting authority is relying on Regulation 72 (1)(b) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 to modify the contract to enable the update of this software to version 10.6 and the migration of the system to the Cloud. The overall nature of the contract will not be altered by the modification and the VLE services will remain substantially the same. The increase in price due to the modification does not exceed 50 % of the initial contract value.

Educational software package

University of Surrey | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline December 14, 2016
cpvs
48190000

The University of Surrey (the University) is pleased to invite tenders for the supply and operation of a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).

The University is keen to build on improvements that have been made in the provision of online content, online assessment and collaboration methods since it introduced its VLE in 2012. There is a high level of engagement from staff and students across all subject areas at the University. It is expected that the VLE will enable students to learn in a manner that suits their learning style, at a time of their choosing, from any device in any location.

CHARM ATMS System Provider.

Highways England Limited | Published October 13, 2015
Winner
Kapsch TrafficCom USA, Inc
cpvs
48000000

CHARM is an acronym for Common Highways Agency Rijkswaterstaat Model, which represents a joint collaboration project between Rijkswaterstaat in the Netherlands and the Highways Agency in the UK. The main objective of this collaboration is the supply of an Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) and related services. RWS and HA will each have a contract with the ATMS System Provider, the scope of which consists of 2 parts: 1. Part 1 — Provision of the initial system installed and operational in each country; 2 data centre environments and 1 operational traffic management centre (‘TMC’), 2. Part 2 — ATMS package supply: an ongoing part, in each country, consisting of: — Delivery of software licenses for the ATMS package and add-ons (The term ‘ATMS package and add-ons’ is defined as all of the software delivered by the system provider and which may include third party software), — Maintenance and support of the ATMS package and add-ons, including support of roll out and development of future releases (updates), — Optional: supply additional modules for future functionality, — Optional: supply software licences for the ATMS package to be used by other road authorities within the Netherlands and the UK. The purpose of this procurement is to reach an agreement with 1 party concerning the ATMS System Provider to be entered into by both Agencies for the period of 3 years with optional yearly renewals. The winning bidder of this procurement will be awarded a contract with the Highways Agency and a contract with Rijkswaterstaat. The procurement is being carried out by RWS-CIV (Rijkswaterstaat Central Information Services) as the central purchasing body for the contracting authorities Highways Agency and RWS-CIV. Only in the exceptional situation that award of both contracts to the same party would cause substantial disadvantages to 1 of the Agencies, do the Agencies reserve the right to award to different parties. More information can be found in the tender documentation.

Managed Service for Common Storage and Back Up Services.

University of Surrey | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
cpvs
72000000, 72600000, 72300000

The University of Surrey (‘the University’) is one of the UK's leading Professional, Scientific and Technology Universities with a world class research profile and a reputation for excellence in teaching and learning. The University currently has approximately 14 000 registered students and 3 000 staff and operates from a single main campus split between 2 locations in Guildford, Surrey, 1 (the main campus at Stag Hill) just south of the A3 and the second (Manor Park) just north of the A3. The main campus has around 30 Academic and Service supporting buildings. The second site is predominantly halls of residence but also houses 2 research buildings, the Vet School and the Surrey Sports Park. In close proximity to the Surrey Sports Park are the Surrey Research Park and the Surrey Technology Centre which is also operated by the University of Surrey. The University has two on premise Data Centres, however during the lifetime of the contract the University intends to relocate Data Centres to an off-site hosted facility. The University wishes to enter a comprehensive managed service agreement with a supplier to administer and monitor our environment, managing existing support contracts on behalf of the university, provide technical expertise and comprehensive performance reporting to support our entire storage and back up service. The University requires a high level of proactive managed service support. The overall objective of this agreement will be to deliver the highest overall level of support by utilising both University and Supplier skills and resources in the most appropriate and cost effective manner. The specific responsibilities for each element of the infrastructure will be agreed during contract set up with the preferred supplier.

Ambulatory Polysomnographic Recorders 356/ECJ.

University of Surrey | Published November 17, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
cpvs
31700000, 38000000

To establish a system for the Polygraphic Recording and Analysis of Sleep and Movement in the laboratory and in the home environment.

Ambulatory Polysomnographic Recorders 356/ECJ.

University of Surrey | Published November 17, 2015  -  Deadline December 8, 2015
cpvs
31700000, 38000000

To establish a system for the Polygraphic Recording and Analysis of Sleep and Movement in the laboratory and in the home environment.

Supply and Maintenance of Voice and Data Systems Infrastructure.

University of Surrey | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline April 29, 2015
cpvs
72315000, 72315100, 32500000, 72315200

The University currently operates both voice and data networks which provide services to users at all sites. The University's voice and data network currently consists of the following elements: Campus Data Network, Wireless Network, Student Residences Network (ReSNet), Network Load Balancing, Security/Firewall and Telephony. The University has two Data Centres, however some voice and data networking equipment is located in varying types of accommodation ranging from dedicated networking rooms to shared server environment and cabinets in office accommodation. The University wishes to enter a comprehensive managed service agreement with a supplier to provide both maintenance services and technical expertise to support its entire voice and data network infrastructure. The University requires a high level of proactive managed service support. The overall objective of this agreement will be to deliver the highest overall level of support by utilising both University and Supplier skills and resources in the most appropriate and cost effective manner. The specific responsibilities for each element of the infrastructure will be agreed during contract set up with the preferred supplier.

RF and Microwave Multi-physics Modelling and Characterisation Platform Software.

University of Surrey | Published February 4, 2015
Winner
Keysight Technologies
cpvs
48000000, 48500000, 48800000, 31711423

The University of Surrey, acting through its Advanced Technology Institute, has been funded to establish a highly integrated facility for the multi-physics modelling and characterization of microwave devices. Inter-operability between the characterization, modeling, and simulation environment is a critical factor for program success. The software suite must be able to: — Perform nonlinear circuit simulations including (harmonic balance, transient, envelope); — Perform system and architecture amplifier simulations (including DPD correction); — Extract nonlinear models from transistor devices; compact models of III-V devices incorporating self heating & gate and drain lag as well as nonlinear behavioural models, e.g. X-parameters; — Characterization of passive and active circuit components and have the ability to extract circuit models; — Interface with a range of vendor equipment including PNA-X, loadpull, pulsed-IV measurements, C-V meters, VNAs; — Electromagnetic (FEM, FDTD, MoM) and thermal simulations must be included in an integrated computer design environment so that nonlinear-electro-thermal circuit simulations can be performed; — The design environment must be able to support multiple devices technologies simultaneously for microwave module development. The University of Surrey has held extensive discussions with global vendors, and based on their long experience of performing simulations of this nature, the Principal Investigators responsible for delivery the program believe that the following software is the only solution that will be the overall program objectives. The software is an expansion on existing licenses within the Advanced Technology Institute and what is taught to our undergraduate and post-graduate students. It is an essential that the computer platform on which the simulation and modelling tools integrate into our established Linux-based High Performance Computing environment.

RF and Microwave Multi-physics Modelling and Characterisation Platform Software.

University of Surrey | Published February 4, 2015
Winner
Keysight Technologies
cpvs
48000000, 48500000, 48800000, 31711423

The University of Surrey, acting through its Advanced Technology Institute, has been funded to establish a highly integrated facility for the multi-physics modelling and characterization of microwave devices. Inter-operability between the characterization, modeling, and simulation environment is a critical factor for program success. The software suite must be able to: — Perform nonlinear circuit simulations including (harmonic balance, transient, envelope); — Perform system and architecture amplifier simulations (including DPD correction); — Extract nonlinear models from transistor devices; compact models of III-V devices incorporating self heating & gate and drain lag as well as nonlinear behavioural models, e.g. X-parameters; — Characterization of passive and active circuit components and have the ability to extract circuit models; — Interface with a range of vendor equipment including PNA-X, loadpull, pulsed-IV measurements, C-V meters, VNAs; — Electromagnetic (FEM, FDTD, MoM) and thermal simulations must be included in an integrated computer design environment so that nonlinear-electro-thermal circuit simulations can be performed; — The design environment must be able to support multiple devices technologies simultaneously for microwave module development. The University of Surrey has held extensive discussions with global vendors, and based on their long experience of performing simulations of this nature, the Principal Investigators responsible for delivery the program believe that the following software is the only solution that will be the overall program objectives. The software is an expansion on existing licenses within the Advanced Technology Institute and what is taught to our undergraduate and post-graduate students. It is an essential that the computer platform on which the simulation and modelling tools integrate into our established Linux-based High Performance Computing environment.

RF and Microwave Multi-Physics Modelling and Characterisation Platform.

University of Surrey | Published February 20, 2015
Winner
Keysight Technologies
cpvs
48000000, 48500000, 48800000, 31711423

The University of Surrey, acting through its Advanced Technology Institute, has been funded to establish a highly integrated facility for the multi-physics modelling and characterization of microwave devices. Inter-operability between the characterization, modeling, and simulation environment is a critical factor for program success.
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