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Care and Financial Management Systems

Quarriers | Published October 6, 2015
Winner
Advanced Health And Care Limited
cpvs
271500, 271510, 271600

Quarriers is a Scottish charity providing practical care and support for thousands of vulnerable children, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances. Through a diverse range of services across the UK, Quarriers helps thousands of people to lead happier, more fulfilling lives. By challenging inequality, Quarriers gives vulnerable people more opportunities and, importantly, we ensure that their voices are heard. Several recent changes, including the introduction of Self Directed Support, has caused the organisation to review its operations and how it manages information. As a result, Quarriers has identified an opportunity to invest in modern technology to support a process of transformational change through which it can improve how it manages and delivers its services for the benefit for all those it cares for. The key business benefits to be delivered by the investment in technology and revised processes include: - A single authoritative source of information about Quarriers’ clients, the services being provided, the staff providing these services and associated financial management - A single entry of data allowing for flexible reporting in different formats to meet the requirements of multiple internal and external stakeholders - Efficient staff rostering recognising the needs of the client, compliance with working regulations, and effective use of suitably qualified resources from across the organisation - Full compliance with regulatory and statutory requirements including the four models of Self Directed Support and other flexible methods, grant funding, etc. - Integrated financial management covering: invoicing for staff time actually delivered and additional services; efficient cost allocation; and effective budget management at service, project and individual level. The Invitation to Tender summarises the organisation’s system requirements and the information it requires suitably qualified suppliers to provide as part of an open tendering process.

Care and Financial Management Systems

Quarriers | Published October 14, 2014  -  Deadline October 27, 2014
cpvs
271500, 271510, 271600

Quarriers is a Scottish charity providing practical care and support for thousands of vulnerable children, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances. Through a diverse range of services across the UK, Quarriers helps thousands of people to lead happier, more fulfilling lives. By challenging inequality, Quarriers gives vulnerable people more opportunities and, importantly, we ensure that their voices are heard. Several recent changes, including the introduction of Self Directed Support, has caused the organisation to review its operations and how it manages information. As a result, Quarriers has identified an opportunity to invest in modern technology to support a process of transformational change through which it can improve how it manages and delivers its services for the benefit for all those it cares for. The key business benefits to be delivered by the investment in technology and revised processes include: - A single authoritative source of information about Quarriers’ clients, the services being provided, the staff providing these services and associated financial management - A single entry of data allowing for flexible reporting in different formats to meet the requirements of multiple internal and external stakeholders - Efficient staff rostering recognising the needs of the client, compliance with working regulations, and effective use of suitably qualified resources from across the organisation - Full compliance with regulatory and statutory requirements including the four models of Self Directed Support and other flexible methods, grant funding, etc. - Integrated financial management covering: invoicing for staff time actually delivered and additional services; efficient cost allocation; and effective budget management at service, project and individual level. The Invitation to Tender summarises the organisation’s system requirements and the information it requires suitably qualified suppliers to provide as part of an open tendering process.

GW4359 | Derivatives and Financial Instruments Training.

Capita Business Services | Published March 17, 2015
Winner
Capital City Training Ltd
cpvs
80511000

Provider appointed to deliver Derivatives and Financial Instruments Training.

Financial Audit Services for Area 6&8 ASC Contracts

 | Published September 15, 2015
Winner
KPMG Llp
cpvs
71311000

Financial Audit Services for Area 6&8 ASC Contracts

SO13538 Provision of Consultancy for Forensic Financial Analysis for MOD ISS

 | Published October 22, 2015
Winner
McKinsey & Company, Inc. United Kingdom
cpvs
75000000

This is a requirement for Forensic Financial Analysis and Contract Convergence through External Strategic Support to support Information Systems Services (ISS) activities surrounding New style of IT (NsoIT) Deployed and subsequent approval of the contract amendment to DIICM2a/0002 and other in scope contracts. NsoIT is a commitment by Chief Digital and Information Officer (CDIO) to deliver a transformed IT Service by September 2016. CDIO is 3* head ISS

Tender for a Financial Appraisal of the YMCA Scheme, Carters Green, West Bromwich

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline September 21, 2015
cpvs
79211000

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council (the Council) and the YMCA Black Country (the YMCA) are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced accountant conversant with accounting practices in a local authorities and Registered Providers, to undertake a financial appraisal of the proposed operation of the new YMCA scheme at Carter’s Green. If you are interested in Tendering for this project, please register/login to the In-tend Supplier portal (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sandwellmbc) to Express Interest and download the full Tender documentation. The closing date for all Tender submissions is Tuesday 22nd September 2015 at 15:00hrs. Once you have reviewed the ITT documentation please inform us of your decision to participate by selecting either 'Opt In' or 'Opt Out'. In order to access the online Questionnaire and submit a response, you will be required to 'Opt In'.

Framework agreement for the provision of specialist financial services to support departmental change initiatives

MINISTRY OF JUSTICE | Published September 23, 2015  -  Deadline June 9, 2015
Winner
Allen Lane Consultancy Limited
cpvs
79200000

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has a requirement to engage suppliers to provide specialist financial support services to support departmental change initiatives. These services require the supplier to draw upon a range of disciplines, experience and knowledge including government finance, budgeting, finance systems, technical accounting skills and project and programme management and delivery. MoJ has agreed to source this service by putting in place a framework agreement, which can also be accessed by the Home Office, HM Treasury and all of their associated arm’s length bodies. The framework will be established with up to 6 suppliers. Given the complex nature of change initiatives, the suppliers' multi-disciplinary teams are expected to comprise experienced professionals who have completed professional qualifications in their area of expertise. It is expected that the team provided will be solely dedicated to the engagement for its duration in order to support and prioritise effective delivery. The teams will be required to work alongside our internal teams and integrate effectively at our locations. The following core elements of the requirement are to be: • Resource Delivery Model - Resources will be tasked with developing their own delivery plans as part of the engagement with change teams, ensuring plans meet overall delivery objectives. Resources will be responsible for delivering to agreed milestones and providing the relevant project input to programme and portfolio oversight teams. • Technical Accounting Expertise - Resources shall be expected to provide expert technical knowledge, research, expertise and support to change teams, have relevant and up-to-date technical knowledge of the broader financial regulatory frameworks, and be well versed in Government reporting and budgeting regulation. • Advocacy - Resources will be expected to embed full-time alongside existing change teams to proactively identify issues, highlighting implications and proposing suitable solutions or alternative methodology to achieve required outcomes. Resources will be expected to engage and influence internal and external stakeholders to drive issues through to conclusion. • Finance Improvement Activities - Resources will be expected to identify and implement finance improvement activities, including system and process design, implementation and broader advice on the requirements for ongoing monitoring of activity, including how governance and assurance processes should operate to ensure the requisite level of senior management scrutiny is maintained. • Knowledge Transfer - Resources will be required to propose plans for increasing the skills of in-house staff and an agreed process to ensure knowledge transfer at the conclusion of work packages. Resources will also be required to demonstrate how they will make this happen and how they will deliver value for money both through their direct work and through the enhancement of in-house capability.

RM5925 SO10605 Provision of Consultancy for Financial Due Diligence in relation to the UK Government’s unit holding in King’s Cross Central Partnership

 | Published October 1, 2015
Winner
Ernst & Young LLP
cpvs
75000000

1.1 The Department for Transport (DfT) and London & Continental Railways (LCR) invites proposals for the provision of financial vendor due diligence in relation to the UK Government’s unitholding (”the UK Holding”) in King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (”KXCLP”). The UK Holding is currently owned by London & Contintental Railways (LCR). LCR is 100% owned by DfT.

UK SBS PS16003 HEFCE Provision of support services for TRAC (Transparent Approach to Costing) and understanding and advising on academic and financial sustainability to the UK Higher Education sector and sector stakeholders

 | Published April 23, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
cpvs
48190000

The final date and time for the submission of bids is 31st May 2016 at 2pm. DO NOT apply directly to the buyer. All tender information MUST be submitted through the CCS eSourcing Portal. Any bids submitted directly to the buyer will be disregarded. UK Shared Business Services Ltd as the Contracting Authority is putting in place a contract for Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). HEFCE is looking to select a provider capable of delivering support services to the Financial Sustainability Strategy Group (FSSG), TRAC Development Group (TDG) and UK higher education sector stakeholders, including providing a central support function for Transparent Approach to Costing (TRAC).

The Provision of Financial Legal Advisers for the Airport Capacity Programme

 | Published October 19, 2015
Winner
Allen and Overy LLP
cpvs
79100000

This requirement is for the purposes of Transparency only. Please see the attached document for a description of the contract.

COV - Banking and Card Acquiring Services

Coventry - Solihull - Warwickshire | Published February 26, 2016  -  Deadline March 30, 2016
cpvs
66110000

Lot 1 Banking Services £420,000 (£60,000 x 7 years) To appoint an FCA licensed financial institution to process the Council's financial transactions and Lot 2 Card Acquiring Services £840,000 (£120,000 x 7 years) The Council has recently exited from a fully managed web payment system that included merchant acquiring services within the package so now needs to appoint its own provider

Spatial Planning Arrangement: Contract Management 2015-16

 | Published February 10, 2016
Winner
Halcrow Group Ltd (acquired by CH2M HILL)
cpvs
71000000

Contract management for the Spatial Planning Arrangement in the South West region. This Task Order is for financial year 2015-16.

Subscription to UUK 2015/16

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LTD | Published July 28, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
Winner
Universities UK
cpvs

This is the payment for the subscription to Universities UK for the financial year 1st August 2015 to 31st July 2016.

GW3616 | Commercial Specialist Programme | DECC.

Capita Business Services | Published July 7, 2015
Winner
Cornwall Energy Associates Ltd
cpvs
80511000

— A face to face 1 day module for up to 24 delegates on How the Energy Markets Function — In Depth. — A face to face 1 day module for up to 24 delegates on How the Financial Markets are used to support energy investment. — A face to face 1 day module for up to 24 delegates on How the Financial Markets are used to support energy investment.

Leeds City College - Banking and Merchant Services - AWARD

 | Published March 15, 2016
Winner
Lloyds Bank plc
cpvs
66110000

Leeds City College is seeking to appoint a financial institution to provide banking and merchant receiving services for Leeds City College, Leeds College of Music and White Rose Academies Trust.

Delivery Partner to Develop and Deliver Digital & Financial Inclusion Training

whg | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016
cpvs
804000, 805100, 805330, 805900

Whg is seeking a service provider who can develop and deliver a training curriculum on digital training and digital support services to reduce the number of digitally excluded people in the West Midlands, predominately in the Black Country area, by removing the barriers presented by lack of access, digital skills, vulnerability or motivation. To work with using a partnership approach.

Business Consultancy Team

Cwmni'r Frân Wen | Published November 22, 2017
Winner
Ymgynghori Marc Consultancy
cpvs

Frân Wen wish to appoint a business consultant or team of business consultants with extensive experience of business planning within the arts sector, and in particular capital developments, to work with them to develop their vision for a sustainable future. Following completion of a successful Feasibility Study, Frân Wen is seeking to develop a business model to incorporate its potential major capital development ‘Nyth’. The Business Plan is considered to be one of the most important elements of the project and its success is critical to the delivery of the proposed capital scheme. It will form the basis of funding applications and will establish a baseline forecast that will determine a sustainable operational model for three years post completion of NYTH; to include programming, day to day operation, management and governance of both the building and Frân Wen as a theatre company. The consultant (s) will conduct the following: • Undertake detailed discussions with Frân Wen and key stakeholders to gain a complete understanding of the organisation, its strategic objectives and aims and ambitions for the future including the proposed new development of NYTH. • An assessment of the company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. • An assessment of the nature of Frân Wen as an organisation and its capacity to deliver a major capital project. • Review and challenge the current Business Plan, analysing recent financial performance and projections. • Clear identification of the opportunities and potential income streams presented by the capital project including venue hire and commercial activities. • Assess commercial opportunities, analysing pilot event programmes to determine appropriate business model for future programming. • Incorporation, analysis and co-ordination of the key outcomes of various other plans, proposals and strategies into a robust co-ordinated business case for action. This includes consideration of the physical and strategic relationship of Frân Wen with other developments in Bangor including Pontio, Storiel and the proposed Cultural Quarter and the city’s regeneration strategy. • There is a prospect of decline in traditional revenue contributions from external sources in future years and the Business Plan needs to show that the operation and management of the company will withstand any potential decline. • An assessment of the overall costs and benefits associated with the project including related savings and efficiencies. • Work with Design Team to test assumptions set out at feasibility stage particularly in relation to maintenance and running costs. • A detailed 5-year cash flow projection including an income and expenditure forecast for 2 years during development and build and 3 years post completion. Again all assumptions should be fully tested • A project delivery timetable including key milestones and dependencies • Establish how the project itself will be delivered and the impact on the organisation during development. • Identify risks and opportunities and produce a risk register. • Submit conclusions and financial sustainability of the Business Plan. • Develop, evolve and update the Business Plan ahead of further applications.

GB-Telford: Consultancy for potential wind power project

Telford & Wrekin Council | Published February 17, 2016  -  Deadline March 2, 2016
cpvs
71313000

-To seek advice on developing a wind power project in the area, ensuring all technical and commercial issues are considered at this stage. -To assess potential sites that we have identified to see if any are suitable -To support the development of a business case (including the financial modelling) for the project -Determine expected delivery timescales

Outcome Based Planning

WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
cpvs
66170000

The medium term financial constraints for the City of Wolverhampton Council present the organisation with significant challenges in continuing to deliver priorities for the City. Over previous years the Council has successfully managed to shape and size services to maintain delivery of priorities within budget. However; this is getting increasingly difficult to achieve and there is a need for the Council to redefine how it works across services, with partners, and how it can deliver priority outcomes, which are sustainable across the medium term financial outlook. We have started the process of Outcome based planning, to align all services, their outputs and outcomes to the delivery of our Council’s priorities. At its highest level, this will allow the Council to clearly define its investment portfolios and return on this investment. Service re-design and substantial savings are already being delivered by adopting a similar approach. The Council is now looking to extend this across all services and Council priorities, excluding Children’s Services.

Business Consultancy Team

Cwmni'r Frân Wen | Published October 12, 2017
cpvs
92000000

Frân Wen wish to appoint a business consultant or team of business consultants with extensive experience of business planning within the arts sector, and in particular capital developments, to work with them to develop their vision for a sustainable future. Following completion of a successful Feasibility Study, Frân Wen is seeking to develop a business model to incorporate its potential major capital development ‘Nyth’. The Business Plan is considered to be one of the most important elements of the project and its success is critical to the delivery of the proposed capital scheme. It will form the basis of funding applications and will establish a baseline forecast that will determine a sustainable operational model for three years post completion of NYTH; to include programming, day to day operation, management and governance of both the building and Frân Wen as a theatre company. The consultant (s) will conduct the following: • Undertake detailed discussions with Frân Wen and key stakeholders to gain a complete understanding of the organisation, its strategic objectives and aims and ambitions for the future including the proposed new development of NYTH. • An assessment of the company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. • An assessment of the nature of Frân Wen as an organisation and its capacity to deliver a major capital project. • Review and challenge the current Business Plan, analysing recent financial performance and projections. • Clear identification of the opportunities and potential income streams presented by the capital project including venue hire and commercial activities. • Assess commercial opportunities, analysing pilot event programmes to determine appropriate business model for future programming. • Incorporation, analysis and co-ordination of the key outcomes of various other plans, proposals and strategies into a robust co-ordinated business case for action. This includes consideration of the physical and strategic relationship of Frân Wen with other developments in Bangor including Pontio, Storiel and the proposed Cultural Quarter and the city’s regeneration strategy. • There is a prospect of decline in traditional revenue contributions from external sources in future years and the Business Plan needs to show that the operation and management of the company will withstand any potential decline. • An assessment of the overall costs and benefits associated with the project including related savings and efficiencies. • Work with Design Team to test assumptions set out at feasibility stage particularly in relation to maintenance and running costs. • A detailed 5-year cash flow projection including an income and expenditure forecast for 2 years during development and build and 3 years post completion. Again all assumptions should be fully tested • A project delivery timetable including key milestones and dependencies • Establish how the project itself will be delivered and the impact on the organisation during development. • Identify risks and opportunities and produce a risk register. • Submit conclusions and financial sustainability of the Business Plan. • Develop, evolve and update the Business Plan ahead of further applications. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=72002. 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.sell2wales.gov.wales/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.