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Non-destructive testing services

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline May 21, 2017
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71632200, 32534000, 45223800, 71630000, 71632000, 72254100

The UK Space Agency has a requirement for a supplier to perform the Assembly, Integration and testing (AIT) for the MicroCarb platform and satellite.

The activities required include:

— The preparation of integration activities (analysis of integration and testing sequence, identification of means necessary for implementation, procurement of electrical ground support equipment, drafting of documentation, installation of the management system and the information dissemination resources).

— The performance of the assembly integration and testing activities at platform and satellite levels.

— The performance of activities in the frame of the satellite launch campaign.

These activities will take place in the premises of the service provider, in the premises of the environment test contract-holder and on the launch site.

UK SBS PR16270 RRS James Cook & RRS Discovery, the Provision of Ship Repair & Maintenance Services on behalf of National Oceanography Centre (NOC)

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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50241000, 50241100

UK SBS on behalf of the National Oceanography

Centre (NOC) is undertaking a procurement

exercise for the provision of annual refits (covering

maintenance, repair, enhancement, and refit) of the

Royal Research Ships (RRS) James Cook and

Discovery.

The objective is to deliver a long term agreement (3+1+1) that provides options for ship refits across all operating areas e.g. Atlantic, Eastern Pacific, and Indian Oceans.

RRS James Cook and RRS Discovery are purpose

built research ships managed by the National Marine

Facilities (NMF) at the National Oceanography Centre

(NOC), Southampton on behalf of the Natural

Environment Research Council (NERC).

For more information on NOC, visit: www.noc.ac.uk

The purpose of the proposed procurement exercise

will be to appoint one supplier who can offer a

worldwide service whereby the shipyard engineers

and quality processes can be operated in the

supplier's own yard or any other shipyard across the

world.

UK SBS UKRI Leadership & Development Programme

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
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80500000

**Please do not submit bids directly to the Buyer** The seven Research Councils, Innovate UK and part of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) are coming together to form a new organisation: UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). This is leading to a period of unprecedented change for the Research Councils, Innovate UK and HEFCE and consequently a huge challenge for the leadership population. Each of the nine organisations has previously made its own arrangements for leadership development. These have varied from in house programmes to outsourced programmes. The creation of UKRI with the bringing together of the Research Councils, Innovate and HEFCE into one organisation provides an opportunity to create a common language and shared peer learning environment for the senior leaders in order to strengthen their leadership capability to lead the transition. The purpose of the tender exercise is to identify a leadership provider, who will partner with the Organisational Development Project to create and deliver a new UKRI Head Office wide leadership programme to engage those who work in UKRI Councils and in the new Corporate Services functions at a senior and strategic level to build on the leadership behaviours and capability expected of these roles. The aims of this programme will be: • to help good strategic level leaders raise the bar and understand what it takes - both from within themselves and through their influence on the wider organisation - to deliver high performance and transformational results. • support leaders in the shaping and development of organisational strategy and the implementation of this within the VUCA environment in which they operate. • to develop leadership skills and also leaders' understanding of how to use these skills to inspire outstanding performance in a team or organisation. The programme should take account of the highly political public sector environment in which UKRI will operate. The organisation will be in a period of significant transition and disruption. The new organisation will not only interface with central government, but also works closely with the Higher Education Institute sector and associated research communities, leading research and innovation at a time when the Higher Education and business environment is uncertain. The skills required by the leaders are complex and the new programme should consider both personal development and organisational development. The new programme will need to be flexible and adaptable as the organisations transition and new requirements emerge.

UK SBS PR17040 ESS UHV Vacuum Pumping Systems

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
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42122450

THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS TENDER IS 26TH APRIL 2017, PLEASE DO NOT APPLY DIRECT TO THE BUYER. STFC Daresbury Laboratory has a need to purchase 2 No. bespoke UHV pumping systems for its commitment to testing the Superconducting RF High Beta cavities for the European Spallation Source. The Technical Specification and associated documents and drawings give details for the provision for the UHV pumping systems of the Superconducting RF High β Cavities. The contract will be to supply 2 No. bespoke UHV pumping systems to operate in a radiation environment that will include: a. Design of the UHV system to fit within a defined space b. Vacuum gauges c. Vacuum Valves d. Residual Gas Analysers e. Mass Flow Controllers f. Pressure Relief Devices g. Full Programmable Logic Control h. Electrical design

UK SBS PR16270 RRS James Cook & RRS Discovery Provision of Ship Repair & Maintenance Services 2017/2021

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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50240000

UK SBS on behalf of the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is undertaking a procurement exercise for the provision of annual refits (covering maintenance, repair, enhancement, and refit) of the Royal Research Ships (RRS) James Cook and Discovery. The objective is to deliver a long term agreement (3+1+1) that provides options for ship refits across all operating areas e.g. Atlantic, Eastern Pacific, and Indian Oceans. RRS James Cook and RRS Discovery are purpose built research ships managed by the National Marine Facilities (NMF) at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC), Southampton on behalf of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). For more information on NOC, visit: www.noc.ac.uk The purpose of the proposed procurement exercise will be to appoint one supplier who can offer a worldwide service whereby the shipyard engineers and quality processes can be operated in the supplier's own yard or any other shipyard across the world.

MicroCarb Platform and Satellite AIT

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published April 18, 2017  -  Deadline May 24, 2017
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32534000

The UK Space Agency has a requirement for a supplier to perform the Assembly, Integration and testing (AIT) for the MICROCARB platform and satellite. The activities required include: • the preparation of integration activities (analysis of integration and testing sequence, identification of means necessary for implementation, procurement of electrical ground support equipment, drafting of documentation, installation of the management system and the information dissemination resources) • the performance of the assembly integration and testing activities at platform and satellite levels • the performance of activities in the frame of the satellite launch campaign These activities will take place in the premises of the service provider, in the premises of the environment test contract-holder and on the launch site.

UKSBS BLOJEU - CR17056BEIS - Business Compliance Research Early Scoping

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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73200000

BEIS Vision is 'An economy that works for everyone - so that there are great places in every part of the UK for people to work and for businesses to invest, innovate and grow' To support the delivery of this Vision Regulatory Delivery has the objective of 'Making Regulation work for British business - businesses are enabled to innovate, explore and grow, people and places are properly protected'. The way in which regulation is delivered will have an impact on the compliance approach of a business and will influence any future relationship the business has with the regulatory body. Regulation which is delivered in a supportive manner, by Regulators who understand the needs of business, will have the biggest impact on business compliance and be least burdensome to business. Compliant businesses are more competitive and will contribute most to achieving the BEIS vision. An insights approach by regulators may assist in delivering regulation in a more supportive and focused manner whilst ensuring citizens, communities, workers and the environment are properly protected from harm. Regulatory Delivery (RD) work with Regulatory bodies to improve the way in which Regulation is delivered. Since April 2016, NMRO (National Measurement Regulation Office) and BRDO (Better Regulation Delivery Office) have come together to form RD. As a result RD is now responsible also for enforcing 12 areas of regulation on behalf of BEIS and DEFRA. RD has the ambition of being an exemplar regulator and as such wants to develop approaches to regulatory delivery that consider the impact of behavioural insights on business compliance. The aims of the project are to: • Provide data on compliance for the regulations that Regulatory Delivery is responsible for enforcing. • Collate the approaches and systems used to assess compliance and enforce against these regulations • Gather information on what approach and activities ( interventions) the enforcement officers feel works best in achieving compliance • Inform a future piece of work on developing generalisable insights for business compliance.

UK SBS PS17019 Recruitment Agency for Fixed Term and Permanent ICT roles across UK SBS and Research Councils

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published February 21, 2017
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79600000

This is not a call for Competition. UK Shared Business Services (UK SBS) wish to give prior notification of their intention to invite tenders for a Recruitment Agency to supply Fixed Term and Permanent ICT roles across UK SBS and the seven Research Councils of the UK; UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS) Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Medical Research Council (MRC) Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) The Research Councils are non-departmental public bodies and are owned by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. UK SBS is a limited company and a public body. UK SBS are set up to provide services to the Research Councils in the areas of HR & Payroll, Procurement, Finance, Property Asset Management, Grants and ICT. The overall objective of the procurement is to have a formal agreement with a supplier to assist in providing candidates for difficult fixed term or permanent ICT roles where direct recruitment has not been successful. Having an agreement in place will ensure that we can build strong a relationship with the provider, maximise cost efficiency, build standard service and quality level agreements and analyse management information. The duration of the agreement is anticipated to be 3 years (1+1+1). Invitation to Prior Information Notice Event UK Shared Business Services would like to invite interested potential providers to attend a Prior Information Event on Thursday 16th March 2017 between 1300hrs and 1500hrs GMT at: Polaris House North Star Avenue Swindon SN2 1ET Interested parties are requested to register for this event by 1400hrs GMT on Wednesday 15th March 2017, by emailing the UK SBS Common Goods and Services Procurement team; professionalservices@uksbs.co.uk (Please ensure you title the email "UK SBS PS17019 Recruitment Agency for Fixed Term and Permanent ICT roles across UK SBS and Research Councils FAO Al Staunton-Lambert"). We ask that prospective suppliers limit attendance to two people from their respective organisation. Please ensure you state the names of the individuals who shall be attending. The Event will provide opportunities to understand the background of UK SBS and the Research Councils in general and the challenges faced when undertaking recruitment exercises. Prospective agenda for the Prior Information Notice Event: • Introductions & welcome • Background to the requirement - an overview of UK SBS & the Research Councils • Current ICT resource challenges • Next steps • Q&A
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