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Quality Assurance (QA) and Testing for IT Systems

The Minister for the Cabinet Office acting through Crown Commercial Service | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline January 6, 2017

Crown Commercial Service as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a Pan Government Collaborative Framework Agreement for use by UK public sector bodies identified at VI.3 (and any future successors to these organisations), which include Central Government Departments and their Arm's Length Bodies and Agencies, Non Departmental Public Bodies, NHS bodies and Local Authorities.

This procurement will provide access to a range of services such as:

— QA & Test Delivery Ownership: responsibility for, and coordination of, all aspects of QA and Test across the business, programme and or project. Includes making QA and test rules, planning; choice of tools; and team leader.

— QA & Test Analysis: analysis, design and execution: covering a variety of test activities, test types and methods. For example, compatibility testing, accessibility testing, functional testing (including exploratory techniques).

— Test Engineering: developing and delivering test automation outlines and services. Typically working as part of a DevOps capability within an Agile development environment. Increasingly, QA & Test specialists are part of and co-located with the development and scrum teams.

— Non-Functional Testing: design and execution of tests to cover non-functional needs, including load & performance and operational acceptance.

— Integration testing: covering the strategy, planning and execution for complex, large scale technical integration testing.

— Assurance: to understand and mitigate risk during third party-led test activities, typically when working in waterfall delivery cycles or legacy contractual environments.

— Consultancy: to provide technical reviews at project, programme or departmental/business unit level to form best QA & Test practices.

Crown Commercial Service reserves the right for an electronic auction to be held by Public Sector bodies during further competition among the parties to the Framework Agreement(s).

Quality Assurance (QA) and Testing for IT Systems

Crown Commercial Service | Published November 30, 2016

Crown Commercial Service as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a Pan Government Collaborative Framework Agreement for use by UK public sector bodies identified at VI.3 (and any future successors to these organisations), which include Central Government Departments and their Arm's Length Bodies and Agencies, Non Departmental Public Bodies, NHS bodies and Local Authorities.

This procurement will provide access to a range of services such as:

— QA & Test Delivery Ownership: responsibility for, and coordination of, all aspects of QA and Test across the business, programme and or project. Includes making QA and test rules, planning; choice of tools; and team leader.

— QA & Test Analysis: analysis, design and execution: covering a variety of test activities, test types and methods. For example, compatibility testing, accessibility testing, functional testing (including exploratory techniques).

— Test Engineering: developing and delivering test automation outlines and services. Typically working as part of a DevOps capability within an Agile development environment. Increasingly, QA & Test specialists are part of and co-located with the development and scrum teams.

— Non-Functional Testing: design and execution of tests to cover non-functional needs, including load & performance and operational acceptance.

— Integration testing: covering the strategy, planning and execution for complex, large scale technical integration testing.

— Assurance: to understand and mitigate risk during third party-led test activities, typically when working in waterfall delivery cycles or legacy contractual environments.

— Consultancy: to provide technical reviews at project, programme or departmental/business unit level to form best QA & Test practices.

Crown Commercial Service reserves the right for an electronic auction to be held by Public Sector bodies during further competition among the parties to the Framework Agreement(s).

Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products

Liverpool John Moores University | Published November 24, 2016  -  Deadline December 22, 2016

LJMU on behalf of SCLL is seeking to appoint ONE Company to supply, deliver and install furniture accordance with the specification.

Sensor City requires new loose furniture to populate a new build innovation building to be ready for operation in May 2017. The Furniture is for a range of environments including:

— Offices.

— Workshops.

— Cafe.

— Meeting rooms.

— Reception.

— Collaborative working areas.

Some items of furniture will need to be co-ordinated with Audio Visual equipment and have integrated power and data supplies. The furniture supplier is expected to have the expertise to coordinate with other specialist Audio visual and electrical sub-contractors to provide a cohesive solution.

Given the nature of the building some items of furniture will need to be anti-static.

A range of furniture is to be specified and the individual supplier will be expected to offer a range of solutions that is able to be co-ordinated with similar or matching material finishes.

LJMU on behalf of SCLL, is conducting a restricted procedure tender exercise for:

ONE Company to supply, deliver and install furniture accordance with the specification.

Sensor City requires new loose furniture to populate a new build innovation building to be ready for operation in May 2017. The Furniture is for a range of environments including:

— Offices.

— Workshops.

— Cafe.

— Meeting rooms.

— Reception.

— Collaborative working areas.

Some items of furniture will need to be co-ordinated with Audio Visual equipment and have integrated power and data supplies. The furniture supplier is expected to have the expertise to coordinate with other specialist Audio visual and electrical sub-contractors to provide a cohesive solution.

Given the nature of the building some items of furniture will need to be anti-static.

A range of furniture is to be specified and the individual supplier will be expected to offer a range of solutions that is able to be co-ordinated with similar or matching material finishes.

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