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Climate Challenge Fund Management and Administration Services

Scottish Government | Published November 8, 2016
Climate Challenge Fund Management and Administration Services.

EOI - Fund Management Services For A Multi-Investor Commercial Debt Fund For Financing Small-Scale Renewable Energy Projects Across Africa - OPSD

 | Published November 2, 2016
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Climate Challenge Fund Management and Administration Services

Scottish Government | Published November 7, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
The Climate Challenge Fund is a vital part of the Scottish Government’s work to create more sustainable communities and reduce emissions in a low-carbon economy. It supports community organisations to deliver these outcomes by providing project funding to qualifying projects of up to GBP150k per annum. The Scottish Government requires a suitably qualified and experienced service provider to undertake the administration and management of the fund. CPV: 75100000, 75100000, 90700000, 75200000, 98000000.

Pension fund management services

Tekniska verken i Linköping AB (publ.) | Published November 12, 2016
Management of pension funds

CHARITABLE FUNDS ADMINISTRATION 2017

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016
The Oxford Health Charity exists to benefit the patients and service users of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. The bulk of the clinical services provided by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust are NHS funded. Additional funding, however, from donations, grants, legacies and fundraising activities through the Charity brings further support, activities, opportunities and equipment which are not ordinarily funded by the NHS.
We are tendering for a full administrative and accounting support service for the Oxford Health Charity, including monthly management accounts, annual accounts and returns, support and advice to the Charity Committee, together with guidance and support to our fund advisors
The tender is split into 2 lots, the first covering the core finance service and the second covering the management/advisory service. Bidders may apply for one or for both lots. Responses for each lot will be marked separately. If service provision is split between two providers, it is expected that there will be a close working relationship between the two.

Charitable Funds Administration 2017

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 16, 2016
Charitable Funds Administration 2017.

Pension fund administration services

The Cabinet Office, London (referred to as ‘the Authority’) | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 14, 2016

Procurement of a supplier of pension administration services for Royal Mail Statutory Pension Scheme (RMSPS). This scheme is managed by the Authority. The RMSPS transferred to the public sector in April 2012 and the current contract expires in March 2017. The Authority is looking for innovative proposals to respond to this significant pension administration services opportunity. This procurement is solely for the pension administration services to the RMSPS. The successful pension administrator will be expected to work with Royal Mail Pension Plan's (RMPP) pension administrator, Royal Mail Group Limited (RMG), with regard to those members who are beneficiaries in both RMSPS and RMPP. RMSPS is currently the 6th largest public sector pension scheme in the United Kingdom. The RMSPS has approximately 402 000 deferred members and pensioners. Approximately 116 000 of these are also members of the RMPP. The scheme has no active members so there are no accruing costs or contributions.

Pension Administration services are required for the following two membership profiles:-(1) RMSPS scheme members with no benefits in the RMPP (which amounts to approximately 286 000 members comprised of 116 000 deferred members and 170 000 pensioners) and (2) RMSPS scheme members with benefits in the RMPP (which amounts to approximately 116 000 members comprised of 97 000 deferred members and 19 000 pensioners).The pension administration services required for membership profiles 1 and 2 include the following:- accounting services, administration services, interactions with members, member communications (including managing and operating a helpline, issuing benefits statements, annual pension increase letters, printing services and also scheme leaflets), pension payroll services (bulk and individual payroll services) and reporting. Membership profile 2 includes the supplementary requirement for the successful tenderer to work with RMPP's pension administration services provider with regard to those members who are beneficiaries in both the RMSPS and RMPP. The nature of this collaboration and possible data exchanges are yet to be fully defined. This will also require interaction with RMG and Post Office Limited as employers of RMSPS beneficiaries as well as liaison with any scheme medical advisor that may be appointed by the Authority. The tender documents will include more information on these requirements. Interested applicants should note that the current intention of the Authority is to seek a fixed price and whilst the Authority has no specific requirements for innovation/web functionality, the Authority will be looking for a supplier who can invest in these with a view to improving service and driving long term efficiencies in the cost base. Interested applicants should also note that the tender documents may require the tenderer to provide one or more options; one of which would be to cater for a scenario where Royal Mail Pensions Trustees Limited (RMPTL) might transfer administration of the RMPP to the successful tenderer obtained through this procurement, however, no representation is made that this is being discussed by the Authority with RMPTL. The Authority also intends to extend its existing contract with RMG to cover the anticipated implementation period of up to 18 months after award of contract. Instructions on how to access the Selection Questionnaire (‘SQ’) documentation for this procurement is provided at section VI.3) Additional information.

CHARITABLE FUNDS ADMINISTRATION 2017

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 13, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016
The Oxford Health Charity exists to benefit the patients and service users of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. The bulk of the clinical services provided by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust are NHS funded. Additional funding, however, from donations, grants, legacies and fundraising activities through the Charity brings further support, activities, opportunities and equipment which are not ordinarily funded by the NHS.
We are tendering for a full administrative and accounting support service for the Oxford Health Charity, including monthly management accounts, annual accounts and returns, support and advice to the Charity Committee, together with guidance and support to our fund advisors
The tender is split into 2 lots, the first covering the core finance service and the second covering the management/advisory service. Bidders may apply for one or for both lots. Responses for each lot will be marked separately. If service provision is split between two providers, it is expected that there will be a close working relationship between the two.
 

CHARITABLE FUNDS ADMINISTRATION 2017

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust | Published October 30, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016
The Oxford Health Charity exists to benefit the patients and service users of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. The bulk of the clinical services provided by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust are NHS funded. Additional funding, however, from donations, grants, legacies and fundraising activities through the Charity brings further support, activities, opportunities and equipment which are not ordinarily funded by the NHS. We are tendering for a full administrative and accounting support service for the Oxford Health Charity, including monthly management accounts, annual accounts and returns, support and advice to the Charity Committee, together with guidance and support to our fund advisors The tender is split into 2 lots, the first covering the core finance service and the second covering the management/advisory service. Bidders may apply for one or for both lots. Responses for each lot will be marked separately. If service provision is split between two providers, it is expected that there will be a close working relationship between the two.

Scottish SME Debt Fund; Provision of Fund Manager

Scottish Enterprise | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016
The Scottish Government and Scottish Enterprise have gathered a body of evidence which clearly indicates that demand for finance is not being fully met during the current economic conditions. The Scottish Government published a report in August 2015 entitled ‘The Market for SME Finance in Scotland’ which estimates that a Scottish lending gap exists in the range of 330,000,000GBP to 750,000,000GBP, with loans up to 1,000,000GBP being considered the most challenging to obtain. Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are essential to the Scottish economy and in delivering Scotland's Economic Strategy and a key factor in helping SMEs to grow, innovate, create jobs and seek opportunities in new markets is access to appropriate finance. Availability and accessibility of finance therefore underpins, and is an integral part of, an integrated approach to sustained company growth. It is therefore our intention to establish a new Scottish SME Debt Fund to help address this market gap. CPV: 66100000, 66100000.

Scottish SME Debt Fund; Provision of Fund Manager

Scottish Enterprise | Published November 18, 2016
Scottish SME Debt Fund; Provision of Fund Manager.

Fund Manager — Mayor of London's Energy Efficiency Fund

Greater London Authority | Published November 25, 2016
Fund Manager — Mayor of London's Energy Efficiency Fund.

Fund Manager for the Supply Component of the Somali Health and Nutrition Programme (SHINE)

Procurement | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline January 5, 2017

DFID is seeking a suitably qualified Supplier who will be the Fund Manager responsible for effective management of the Supply Component of SHINE, which includes the Essential Package of Health Services (EPHS) and Health System Strengthening (HSS) activities, delivered in close collaboration with the Somali Health Authorities (SHA).

Fund Manager for the Supply Component of the Somali Health and Nutrition Programme (SHINE)

Procurement | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 29, 2016

DFID is seeking a suitably qualified Supplier who will be the Fund Manager responsible for effective management of the Supply Component of SHINE, which includes the Essential Package of Health Services (EPHS) and Health System Strengthening (HSS) activities, delivered in close collaboration with the Somali Health Authorities (SHA).

National Paying Agency under the Ministry of Agriculture Agricultural Funds Management Information System (hereinafter - Zupa) subsystems: Oracle accounting system (hereinafter - OAS) Deposits and Administration Information System (hereinafter - UAIS) p

Nacionalinė mokėjimo agentūra prie Žemės ūkio ministerijos | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 29, 2016
ORACLE ACCOUNTING SYSTEM (OAS) and deposits Administration Information System (UAIS) SUPPORT AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES CONTRACTS

ESIF 2014-2020 Programme - Call for Delivery Partners

Calderdale College External Funding | Published February 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 31, 2020
We are planning to respond to the ESIF 2014-2020 Programme through bidding both as a Prime contractor and also working in partnership with other Primes and strong regional players. Our view is that the new ESIF Programme is seeking increased localisation and we can add value and strengthen partnership bids by bringing our expertise in fund management, contract administration and supply chain delivery. 

We are presently looking to engage with those interested in working with us, and this first stage is about developing and enhancing our supply chain. We do not require lengthy data at this initial stage until we are clear about the procurement process and exactly what we will be applying for, either as a Prime or supporting partner.

KIDSF

 | Published August 30, 2016  -  Deadline August 30, 2017

The Bulgarian Energy Efficiency and Renewable Sources Fund (“BEERSF”, the “Fund”) was established in 2005. The contract with the existing Fund Manager expires in 2016 and pursuant to a decision of the BEERSF Management Board and as per art. 87 (1) and 88 of the Bulgarian Energy Efficiency Act a new fund manager is to be selected.

 

The Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Bulgaria (the “Ministry”) intends to use grant funds under Grant Agreement No. 003 (the “Grant”) from the Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund (the “KIDSF”), administered by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, to engage a suitably qualified consultant to assist the Ministry in preparing and implementing a competitive procedure for the selection of a Fund Manager for BEERSF.

 

The scope of the assignment of the Consultant will include:

 

•    Analysis of the appropriate legal framework under which the selection of a Fund Manager for BEERSF shall be implemented and recommendation of a particular type of procurement procedure;

•    Determining the body that will implement the procurement process for the selection of the Fund Manager for BEERSF and will sign the Fund Management Agreement with the selected Fund Manager;

•    Elaboration of the full package of procurement documents for the selection of a Fund Manager, including a template for the Fund Management Agreement and support in their approval from all relevant authorities;

•    Assistance in the implementation of the procurement process for the selection of a Fund Manager for BEERSF;

•    Support in the negotiations, if any, with the selected Fund Manager and in the signature of the Fund Management Agreement.

 

The overall budget for the assignment is 15,000 Euro.

 

Selection of the Consultant will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules, Section 5.3 (a). The proceeds of the Grant will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, of for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser's country.

 

Interested consultants may contact:

Ministry of Energy

8 Triaditsa St., Sofia 1000, Bulgaria

Zdravka Pekova

Facsimile: +359 2 980 76 30 

E-mail: z.pekova@me.government.bg

Business and management consultancy services

HealthTrust Europe LLP (HTE) acting as agent for the University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust (‘UHCW’) | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 13, 2016

HealthTrust Europe is seeking to establish a framework agreement for the supply of Consultancy and Advisory Services. The scope of this framework agreement includes provision of Consultancy and Advisory Services in a number of disciplines which will normally include providing the customer with a delivery programme, mobilisation and communication plan with agreed milestones and delivery dates. The requirements are for provision of advice and options rather than to make business decisions on the customer's behalf although customers may invite providers' input in making final decisions.

Provision of consultancy and advisory service to include process redesign and improvement; Programme and Project Management and Management Consultancy services. Long term plans of action designed to achieve a particular goal or set of goals or objectives. The Provider shall help organisations to improve their performance, through the analysis of existing organisational problems and development of plans for improvement and address their most critical challenges, transforming their organisation. The current annual spend across ALL Lots of the Framework Agreement is estimated to be £50,000,000 (based on spend data from 1st September 2012 — 30th July 2016). TERMS AND CONDITIONS / ACTIVITY BASED INCOME (ABI). The terms and conditions of this Framework Agreement and any resulting Call-Off contract is appended to the ITT. These terms include provisions requiring the payment by the supplier of an ABI management charge in consideration of the award of this framework agreement, the management and administration by HTE of the overall contract structure and associated documentation, as well as the requirement to submit regular management information to HTE. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AND PROCUREMENT INFORMATION This exercise will be conducted on the HTE Bravo portal. Candidates wishing to be considered must register expressions of interest as follows: Register on the HTE portal at https://healthtrusteurope.bravosolution.co.uk. Login to the portal with username/password. Click the PQQs/ITTs Open to All Suppliers link. These are the PQQs/ITTs open to any registered supplier. Click on the relevant PQQ/ ITT to access the content. Click the Express Interest button at the top of the page. This will move the PQQ/ITT into your My PQQs/My ITTs page. You can access any attachments by clicking Buyer Attachments in the PQQ/ITT Details box. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ITT. Submit your reply using the Submit Response button at the top of the page. If you require any further advice, contact the Bravo eTendering Help Desk at help@bravosolution.co.uk. Sid4Gov HTE utilises the sid4gov supplier information database. Candidates should register on sid4gov at https://sid4gov.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/organisation/register and submit their sid4gov company profile for publication on the database. Candidates already registered on sid4gov must ensure information is up to date. Where access to sid4gov is unavailable, please contact the sid4gov helpdesk at sid4gov@gps.gsi.gov.uk. Please note that sid4gov does not prepopulate any fields of the PQQ on HTE's Bravo portal. Candidates must complete the Qualification & Technical Envelopes of the PQQ in Bravo in full.

Consultancy and Advisory services which will include Human Resource management and Workforce optimisation services. This Lot focuses on the strategic and administrative discipline of hiring and developing employees so that they become more valuable to the organization. Provide knowledge and understanding of national policies and initiatives which are relevant to this work, with the pragmatism to apply these to the specification. The current annual spend across ALL Lots of the Framework Agreement is estimated to be GBP 50,000,000 (based on spend data from 1st September 2012 — 30th July 2016). TERMS AND CONDITIONS / ACTIVITY BASED INCOME (ABI). The terms and conditions of this Framework Agreement and any resulting Call-Off contract is appended to the ITT. These terms include provisions requiring the payment by the supplier of an ABI management charge in consideration of the award of this framework agreement, the management and administration by HTE of the overall contract structure and associated documentation, as well as the requirement to submit regular management information to HTE. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AND PROCUREMENT INFORMATION This exercise will be conducted on the HTE Bravo portal. Candidates wishing to be considered must register expressions of interest as follows: Register on the HTE portal at https://healthtrusteurope.bravosolution.co.uk. Login to the portal with username/password. Click the PQQs/ITTs Open to All Suppliers link. These are the PQQs/ITTs open to any registered supplier. Click on the relevant PQQ/ ITT to access the content. Click the Express Interest button at the top of the page. This will move the PQQ/ITT into your My PQQs/My ITTs page. You can access any attachments by clicking Buyer Attachments in the PQQ/ITT Details box. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ITT. Submit your reply using the Submit Response button at the top of the page. If you require any further advice, contact the Bravo eTendering Help Desk at help@bravosolution.co.uk. Sid4Gov HTE utilises the sid4gov supplier information database. Candidates should register on sid4gov at https://sid4gov.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/organisation/register and submit their sid4gov company profile for publication on the database. Candidates already registered on sid4gov must ensure information is up to date. Where access to sid4gov is unavailable, please contact the sid4gov helpdesk at sid4gov@gps.gsi.gov.uk. Please note that sid4gov does not prepopulate any fields of the PQQ on HTE's Bravo portal. Candidates must complete the Qualification & Technical Envelopes of the PQQ in Bravo in full.

Consultancy and Advisory services to include design, marketing and advertising as well as public relations and advice on corporate social responsibility. This Lot focuses on the management process responsible for identifying, anticipating and satisfying customer requirements and profitability. The current annual spend across ALL Lots of the Framework Agreement is estimated to be GBP 50,000,000 (based on spend data from 1st September 2012 — 30th July 2016). TERMS AND CONDITIONS / ACTIVITY BASED INCOME (ABI). The terms and conditions of this Framework Agreement and any resulting Call-Off contract is appended to the ITT. These terms include provisions requiring the payment by the supplier of an ABI management charge in consideration of the award of this framework agreement, the management and administration by HTE of the overall contract structure and associated documentation, as well as the requirement to submit regular management information to HTE. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AND PROCUREMENT INFORMATION This exercise will be conducted on the HTE Bravo portal. Candidates wishing to be considered must register expressions of interest as follows: Register on the HTE portal at https://healthtrusteurope.bravosolution.co.uk. Login to the portal with username/password. Click the PQQs/ITTs Open to All Suppliers link. These are the PQQs/ITTs open to any registered supplier. Click on the relevant PQQ/ ITT to access the content. Click the Express Interest button at the top of the page. This will move the PQQ/ITT into your My PQQs/My ITTs page. You can access any attachments by clicking Buyer Attachments in the PQQ/ITT Details box. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ITT. Submit your reply using the Submit Response button at the top of the page. If you require any further advice, contact the Bravo eTendering Help Desk at help@bravosolution.co.uk. Sid4Gov HTE utilises the sid4gov supplier information database. Candidates should register on sid4gov at https://sid4gov.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/organisation/register and submit their sid4gov company profile for publication on the database. Candidates already registered on sid4gov must ensure information is up to date. Where access to sid4gov is unavailable, please contact the sid4gov helpdesk at sid4gov@gps.gsi.gov.uk. Please note that sid4gov does not prepopulate any fields of the PQQ on HTE's Bravo portal. Candidates must complete the Qualification & Technical Envelopes of the PQQ in Bravo in full.

Consultancy and Advisory services to include insourcing and outsourcing, procurement and supply chain management and optimisation. This Lot focuses on advising the Participating Authority on Procurement and sourcing strategy and maximising value from its supply chain activities. The current annual spend across ALL Lots of the Framework Agreement is estimated to be GBP 50,000,000 (based on spend data from 1st September 2012 — 30th July 2016). TERMS AND CONDITIONS / ACTIVITY BASED INCOME (ABI). The terms and conditions of this Framework Agreement and any resulting Call-Off contract is appended to the ITT. These terms include provisions requiring the payment by the supplier of an ABI management charge in consideration of the award of this framework agreement, the management and administration by HTE of the overall contract structure and associated documentation, as well as the requirement to submit regular management information to HTE. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AND PROCUREMENT INFORMATION This exercise will be conducted on the HTE Bravo portal. Candidates wishing to be considered must register expressions of interest as follows: Register on the HTE portal at https://healthtrusteurope.bravosolution.co.uk. Login to the portal with username/password. Click the PQQs/ITTs Open to All Suppliers link. These are the PQQs/ITTs open to any registered supplier. Click on the relevant PQQ/ ITT to access the content. Click the Express Interest button at the top of the page. This will move the PQQ/ITT into your My PQQs/My ITTs page. You can access any attachments by clicking Buyer Attachments in the PQQ/ITT Details box. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ITT. Submit your reply using the Submit Response button at the top of the page. If you require any further advice, contact the Bravo eTendering Help Desk at help@bravosolution.co.uk. Sid4Gov HTE utilises the sid4gov supplier information database. Candidates should register on sid4gov at https://sid4gov.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/organisation/register and submit their sid4gov company profile for publication on the database. Candidates already registered on sid4gov must ensure information is up to date. Where access to sid4gov is unavailable, please contact the sid4gov helpdesk at sid4gov@gps.gsi.gov.uk. Please note that sid4gov does not prepopulate any fields of the PQQ on HTE's Bravo portal. Candidates must complete the Qualification & Technical Envelopes of the PQQ in Bravo in full.

Consultancy and Advisory services to include financial management, accountancy, pension fund management, insurance, actuarial and risk management services. Under this Lot the Provider will provide the Participating Authority with financial advice and support, identifying the right financial solution for the organisation. The Provider may also work with the Participating Authority to identify areas of financial over payment or under recovery. The current annual spend across ALL Lots of the Framework Agreement is estimated to be GBP 50,000,000 (based on spend data from 1st September 2012 — 30th July 2016). TERMS AND CONDITIONS / ACTIVITY BASED INCOME (ABI). The terms and conditions of this Framework Agreement and any resulting Call-Off contract is appended to the ITT. These terms include provisions requiring the payment by the supplier of an ABI management charge in consideration of the award of this framework agreement, the management and administration by HTE of the overall contract structure and associated documentation, as well as the requirement to submit regular management information to HTE. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AND PROCUREMENT INFORMATION This exercise will be conducted on the HTE Bravo portal. Candidates wishing to be considered must register expressions of interest as follows: Register on the HTE portal at https://healthtrusteurope.bravosolution.co.uk. Login to the portal with username/password. Click the PQQs/ITTs Open to All Suppliers link. These are the PQQs/ITTs open to any registered supplier. Click on the relevant PQQ/ ITT to access the content. Click the Express Interest button at the top of the page. This will move the PQQ/ITT into your My PQQs/My ITTs page. You can access any attachments by clicking Buyer Attachments in the PQQ/ITT Details box. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ITT. Submit your reply using the Submit Response button at the top of the page. If you require any further advice, contact the Bravo eTendering Help Desk at help@bravosolution.co.uk. Sid4Gov HTE utilises the sid4gov supplier information database. Candidates should register on sid4gov at https://sid4gov.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/organisation/register and submit their sid4gov company profile for publication on the database. Candidates already registered on sid4gov must ensure information is up to date. Where access to sid4gov is unavailable, please contact the sid4gov helpdesk at sid4gov@gps.gsi.gov.uk. Please note that sid4gov does not prepopulate any fields of the PQQ on HTE's Bravo portal. Candidates must complete the Qualification & Technical Envelopes of the PQQ in Bravo in full.

Consultancy and Advisory services to include consultancy on optimising ICT hardware and software as well as all advisory services on digital deployment. Under this Lot the Provider will work with the Participating Authority to identify where they can better employ technology and digital solutions to improve service delivery and maximise productivity. The action plan produced should look at innovative use of information and technology and how this can support improvements and create efficiencies in the Services of the Participating Authority. The current annual spend across ALL Lots of the Framework Agreement is estimated to be GBP 50,000,000 (based on spend data from 1st September 2012 — 30th July 2016). TERMS AND CONDITIONS / ACTIVITY BASED INCOME (ABI). The terms and conditions of this Framework Agreement and any resulting Call-Off contract is appended to the ITT. These terms include provisions requiring the payment by the supplier of an ABI management charge in consideration of the award of this framework agreement, the management and administration by HTE of the overall contract structure and associated documentation, as well as the requirement to submit regular management information to HTE. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AND PROCUREMENT INFORMATION This exercise will be conducted on the HTE Bravo portal. Candidates wishing to be considered must register expressions of interest as follows: Register on the HTE portal at https://healthtrusteurope.bravosolution.co.uk. Login to the portal with username/password. Click the PQQs/ITTs Open to All Suppliers link. These are the PQQs/ITTs open to any registered supplier. Click on the relevant PQQ/ ITT to access the content. Click the Express Interest button at the top of the page. This will move the PQQ/ITT into your My PQQs/My ITTs page. You can access any attachments by clicking Buyer Attachments in the PQQ/ITT Details box. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ITT. Submit your reply using the Submit Response button at the top of the page. If you require any further advice, contact the Bravo eTendering Help Desk at help@bravosolution.co.uk. Sid4Gov HTE utilises the sid4gov supplier information database. Candidates should register on sid4gov at https://sid4gov.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/organisation/register and submit their sid4gov company profile for publication on the database. Candidates already registered on sid4gov must ensure information is up to date. Where access to sid4gov is unavailable, please contact the sid4gov helpdesk at sid4gov@gps.gsi.gov.uk. Please note that sid4gov does not prepopulate any fields of the PQQ on HTE's Bravo portal. Candidates must complete the Qualification & Technical Envelopes of the PQQ in Bravo in full.

Consultancy and Advisory services to include consulting on energy efficiency, construction, environmental economics, Health and Safety, and all building consultations. Under this Lot the Provider will work with the Participating Authority to scope plans and/or designs for building modification and new build projects. The current annual spend across ALL Lots of the Framework Agreement is estimated to be GBP 50,000,000 (based on spend data from 1st September 2012 — 30th July 2016). TERMS AND CONDITIONS / ACTIVITY BASED INCOME (ABI). The terms and conditions of this Framework Agreement and any resulting Call-Off contract is appended to the ITT. These terms include provisions requiring the payment by the supplier of an ABI management charge in consideration of the award of this framework agreement, the management and administration by HTE of the overall contract structure and associated documentation, as well as the requirement to submit regular management information to HTE. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AND PROCUREMENT INFORMATION This exercise will be conducted on the HTE Bravo portal. Candidates wishing to be considered must register expressions of interest as follows: Register on the HTE portal at https://healthtrusteurope.bravosolution.co.uk. Login to the portal with username/password. Click the PQQs/ITTs Open to All Suppliers link. These are the PQQs/ITTs open to any registered supplier. Click on the relevant PQQ/ ITT to access the content. Click the Express Interest button at the top of the page. This will move the PQQ/ITT into your My PQQs/My ITTs page. You can access any attachments by clicking Buyer Attachments in the PQQ/ITT Details box. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ITT. Submit your reply using the Submit Response button at the top of the page. If you require any further advice, contact the Bravo eTendering Help Desk at help@bravosolution.co.uk. Sid4Gov HTE utilises the sid4gov supplier information database. Candidates should register on sid4gov at https://sid4gov.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/organisation/register and submit their sid4gov company profile for publication on the database. Candidates already registered on sid4gov must ensure information is up to date. Where access to sid4gov is unavailable, please contact the sid4gov helpdesk at sid4gov@gps.gsi.gov.uk. Please note that sid4gov does not prepopulate any fields of the PQQ on HTE's Bravo portal. Candidates must complete the Qualification & Technical Envelopes of the PQQ in Bravo in full.

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