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Financial and insurance services

Wolverhampton City Council | Published November 29, 2017  -  Deadline January 5, 2018
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66000000

Insurance Services for properties purchased under Right to Buy Legislation where the Council remains the Freeholder. Property Insured Houses, flats and maisonettes in private ownership where the Council holds an outstanding mortgage liability, with the Council maintaining responsibility for the arrangement of Buildings Insurance.

Demand Management Consultancy

 | Published June 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 17, 2016
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66171000

1.The Council has identified significant budget reductions over the last six financial years however the extent of the financial challenge over the medium term continues to represent the most significant that the Council has ever faced. A further £54.6 million needs to be identified over the period 2017/18 to 2019/20 in order to address the projected budget deficit. 2.The Council is planning to accept a four year financial settlement from central government for 2016/17 to 2019/20. 3.The Council requires expertise and support to identify opportunities to go further in realising the financial benefits of demand management and demand led budget planning.

PP16055 - Demand Management Consultancy Support

Wolverhampton City Council | Published June 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 17, 2016
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80000000

    1. The Council has identified significant budget reductions over the last six financial years however the extent of the financial challenge over the medium term continues to represent the most significant that the Council has ever faced. A further £54.6 million needs to be identified over the period 2017/18 to 2019/20 in order to address the projected budget deficit.

    2. The Council is planning to accept a four year financial settlement from central government for 2016/17 to 2019/20. Further information can be found at;

       

      http://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/budgetsavings

       

      http://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=9020&p= 0

       

    3. The Council requires expertise and support to identify opportunities to go further in realising the financial benefits of demand management and demand led budget planning.


 

Wolverhampton Girls' High School — Catering Services.

Wolverhampton Girls' High School | Published July 23, 2015  -  Deadline August 31, 2015
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55524000

The successful tenderer will be required to provide catering services at Wolverhampton Girls' High School. The contract will be for 3 years plus 5 months initially, with the option of a 2 year extension. This will bring the catering budget into line with the Academy financial year. Contract commencement will be 11.4.2016.

16-76 Enterprise Action Consultancy and Workshops

University of Wolverhampton | Published December 31, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017
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ENTERPRISE ACTION is a three-year project designed to support local entrepreneurs to start up their own businesses across a wide geographical area that includes the Black Country and the Marches LEP areas of the West Midlands. The programme will additionally target potential higher growth businesses of less than 2 years old, which will benefit from targeted fast track support and financial assistance to achieve product commercialisation. The requirements of Enterprise Action can be apportioned into 2 lots: Lot 1 – Delivery of 2 day business assists This lot will be awarded to a maximum of 10 suppliers subject to call off which will be through a mini competition. Lot 2 – Delivery of business development workshops This lot will be awarded to a maximum of 10 suppliers subject to tender evaluation ranking and business areas workshops can be provided in.

PP16041 Young Peoples Counseling Service

Wolverhampton City Council | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 13, 2016
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85000000

City of Wolverhampton council are seeking to commission a Young Persons Counselling service. The service will offer one to one free confidential counselling by trained Counsellors to support young people to work through past and present issues so that they are more resilient to achieve the following outcomes; Better equipped to deal with issues that affect their daily lives More able to make positive decisions To develop practices to support choices that contribute to their emotional wellbeing To support the development of mental and psychological wellbeing services in the city The following issues that impact young people will be supported by the service: Anger, self-harm, relationships (parents, partner, peers) bullying, historic sexual abuse/rape lack of motivation, bereavement, lack of confidence/ self-esteem, housing/homelessness, depression, financial worries and other relevant childhood issues.

Health services

Wolverhampton CCG | Published September 27, 2017  -  Deadline October 4, 2017
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85100000

Wolverhampton CCG wishes to procure a Primary Care Medicines Optimisation Support Service.

The Contract period will be for 3 years with an option to extend for upto a further 2 years at the discretion of the CCG — so for clarity, the contract will start 1.4.2018 with the initial period ending 31.3.2021. There will be an option to extend at the discretion of the CCG to 31.3.2023.

Please see service specification within project in Bravo for full details of service.

The spend figures given are estimates only based on historical activity they are not to be taken as a guarantee of activity.

Please note there is a financial threshold — no bids over 2 190 000 GBP over 3 years (initial period) will be accepted — any bids exceeding 2 190 000 GBP (3 year initial period) will be disqualified. Contracts are annually adjusted in line with national guidance.

Please see additional information below for details on how to apply.

PP18045 - Adult Education MIS System

Wolverhampton City Council | Published April 10, 2018  -  Deadline May 10, 2018
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48612000

Adult Education Wolverhampton (AEW) require an externally hosted web based Educational Management Information System (MIS) and enrolment system which will hold staff, student, course, enrolment and financial data. It must be compatible with the Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) data return requirements which are essential for the funding of the AEW Service.

16-76 (2) Enterprise Action Specialist Business Consultancy & Workshop Delivery

University of Wolverhampton | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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ENTERPRISE ACTION is a three-year European Regional Development Funded (ERDF) project designed to support local entrepreneurs to start up their own businesses across a wide geographical area that includes the Black Country and the Marches LEP areas of the West Midlands. The programme will additionally target potential higher growth businesses of less than 2 years old, which will benefit from targeted fast track support and financial assistance to achieve product commercialisation. The requirements of Enterprise Action can be apportioned into 2 lots: Lot 1 – Delivery of 2 day business assists This lot will be awarded to a maximum of 6 suppliers subject to call off which will be through a mini competition. Lot 2 – Delivery of business development workshops This lot will be awarded to a maximum of 6 suppliers subject to tender evaluation ranking and business areas workshops can be provided in. The University is looking for additional suppliers to be awarded onto this framework after an initial tender (16-76) was carried out, as an increased number of business consultants and workshop providers are needed to fulfill this requirement.

PP16102 - Unit4 Business World Milestone 6 Training

Wolverhampton City Council | Published August 18, 2016  -  Deadline September 7, 2016
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43232502



Following implementation of Unit 4 Business World in April 2014 and as part of our forthcoming Due to an upgrade to Milestone 6 of the softwareour current ERP system Tthe Council requires a suitably qualified company to provide training in a range of courses/areas (as per Schedule 1) to Advanced User and Super User level as defined below:. These users primarily form our business support team responsible for supporting, maintaining and developing the ERP system implementation.

Advanced User:

This delegate has a detailed understanding of the business or service area. This delegate is often a business analyst, or in a managerial role, with an understanding of the complete picture from a financial or operational perspective.

Super User:

This delegate has an understanding of the business and the information systems used to support the business. Often part of the implementation team, this delegate will be responsible for understanding how Business World works from a functional perspective.

 

Business Week brings ‘Technology 2016’ to Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton City Council | Published September 15, 2016  -  Deadline September 27, 2016
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Business Week brings ‘Technology 2016’ to Wolverhampton

 

Calling all businesses! Come and meet world leading business technology specialists at this FREE TO ATTEND event on Tuesday 27th September 2016 at Wolverhampton Racecourse 8 am – 3.30 pm. Learn how to protect your premises, people and property. Get hands on with the very latest security, life safety, audio visual, cyber and business support systems and discover the operational and financial benefits available to you and your team. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon with free entry to Wolverhampton Racecourse* – gates open at 3.40 pm and first race is at 5.40 pm.  Find out more and register at http://tinyurl.com/wolvestech< /p>

or follow @Tech2016_Event

 

For the full Business Week programme visit http://tinyurl.com/bizweek16


*Free entry to Wolverhampton Racecourse excludes grandstand and premium hospitality areas

 

 

School catering services

Woodfield Junior and Infant School Federation | Published May 4, 2017
Winner
Miquill Catering Limited
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55524000

The successful tenderer will be required to provide catering services to the Woodfield Junior and Infant School Federation.

Details in relation to Woodfield Junior and Infant Schools can be found at:

http://www.woodfieldjunior.com / http://www.woodfieldinfantschool.uk

The catering service provision has not been market tested in recent years and to ensure Best Value principles are applied the Head Teachers and School Governors have made a decision to tender the catering service provision.

Current roll numbers are: Junior School: 347 pupils

Infant School: 262 pupils

73 teaching and support staff

The contract will be initially for 3 years with the option of extending for a further 2 years.

Although there are two separate dining halls for Infant and Junior pupils, there is a centrally located kitchen which caters for both.

For the avoidance of doubt TUPE Regulations will apply to this contract and some if not all of the current catering staff are in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).

The contract will be initially for 3 years with the option of extending for a further 2 years. It will be based on a fixed price arrangement during the contract term and if any improvements to financial surpluses are generated then the contractor shall share these on an agreed percentage return. Free School Meals and any ad hoc catering requirements will be invoiced separately on a monthly basis.

Recruitment services

Ministry of Defence, Air Support, Other | Published November 16, 2017  -  Deadline December 14, 2017
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79600000

The Authority has a requirement to place a 4 year Framework Agreement for the Provision of Aeronautical Engineering Technical Manpower to deliver training and support activities at a number of UK MOD locations.

The Authority has a requirement to place a 4 year Framework Agreement for the Provision of Aeronautical Engineering Technical Manpower Augmentation for the Defence College of Technical Training. The successful Contractor shall be expected to source, identify and manage Suitably Qualified Experienced Persons (SQEP) to deliver training and support to RAF students at a number of MODsites across the UK. The subject contract award has an estimated value of up to 14 000 000 GBP however potential providers should note that the current financial sanction agreed is 4 200 000 GBP. The value of the requirement has the potential to increase to the higher value if the MOD is successful at securing additional International Defence Training.

No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation etc. will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

Provision of School Catering Services.

Deansfield Community School | Published August 28, 2015
Winner
Alliance in Partnership Ltd
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55524000

The successful tenderer will be required to provide catering services at Deansfield Community School, Wolverhampton. Full details in relation to Deansfield Community School can be found at: http://www.deansfieldcommunityschool.net The latest Ofsted report finding may be viewed at: http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/provider/ELS/104387 The catering service provision at Deansfield Community School has not been market tested in recent years and to ensure Best Value principles are applied the Head Teacher and School Governors have made a decision to tender the catering service. This has been driven in turn by BFE funding for a totally new build of the School which will be completed in August 2015 in readiness for the start of the autumn term. Current roll numbers are 450 but the new school will have capacity for up to 900 students. It is envisaged that roll numbers will increase to circa 600 students during the contract term. Current turnover figures are circa GBP 130 000 — GBP 150 000 per annum and it should be noted that the School has a very stringent Gated Policy. Seven staff are currently employed by the incumbent contractor to manage and oversee the catering service and therefore TUPE Regulations will apply to this contract. Current uptake levels are below 50 % and the School firmly believes that with improved choice and quality there is a real opportunity to increase this level of uptake. In addition to this the new facility should assist with this key objective. The successful contractor will be expected to deliver a concise and detailed method of management reporting at the end of each month, thus updating the senior management team within the School on contract performance. It is imperative that an Open Book Policy is offered to ensure the School has total clarity on financial performance. We are seeking both innovation and the application of current food trends within the tender submissions and would expect as a result of this to be able to identify ‘best value’ and work in partnership with the chosen contractor going forward. The School has set three key objectives which should be focused upon throughout the tender process. They are: — Delivery of a quality driven service to meet the aspirations of the new build, — To introduce a bespoke service offer to students and staff of the School, — To engage with students, staff, parents and guardians throughout the contract term to ensure their catering requirements are met and the service reflects Value for Money. The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1.9.2015 until 31.8.2018. The contract will be fixed price with the contractor invoicing the client for 1/12 of the annual cost on a monthly basis. Free School Meals and any ad hoc catering requirements will be invoiced in addition to this. Whilst the monthly charge will represent one-twelfth of the contract cost, a reconciliation will take place monthly to reconcile the actual operating financial result. From 1.9.2015 Deansfield Community School will be called St Matthias.

Provision of School Catering Services.

Deansfield Community School | Published March 26, 2015  -  Deadline April 24, 2015
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55524000

The successful tenderer will be required to provide catering services at Deansfield Community School, Wolverhampton. Full details in relation to Deansfield Community School can be found at: http://www.deansfieldcommunityschool.net The latest Ofsted report finding may be viewed at: http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/provider/ELS/104387 The catering service provision at Deansfield Community School has not been market tested in recent years and to ensure Best Value principles are applied the Head Teacher and School Governors have made a decision to tender the catering service. This has been driven in turn by BFE funding for a totally new build of the School which will be completed in August 2015 in readiness for the start of the autumn term. Current roll numbers are 450 but the new school will have capacity for up to 900 students. It is envisaged that roll numbers will increase to circa 600 students during the contract term. Current turnover figures are circa 130 000 GBP — 150 000 GBP per annum and it should be noted that the School has a very stringent Gated Policy. Seven staff are currently employed by the incumbent contractor to manage and oversee the catering service and therefore TUPE Regulations will apply to this contract. Current uptake levels are below 50 % and the School firmly believes that with improved choice and quality there is a real opportunity to increase this level of uptake. In addition to this the new facility should assist with this key objective. The successful contractor will be expected to deliver a concise and detailed method of management reporting at the end of each month, thus updating the senior management team within the School on contract performance. It is imperative that an Open Book Policy is offered to ensure the School has total clarity on financial performance. We are seeking both innovation and the application of current food trends within the tender submissions and would expect as a result of this to be able to identify ‘best value' and work in partnership with the chosen contractor going forward. The School has set three key objectives which should be focused upon throughout the tender process. They are: — Delivery of a quality driven service to meet the aspirations of the new build; — To introduce a bespoke service offer to students and staff of the School; — To engage with students, staff, parents and guardians throughout the contract term to ensure their catering requirements are met and the service reflects Value for Money. The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1.9.2015 until 31.8.2018. The contract will be fixed price with the contractor invoicing the client for one-twelfth of the annual cost on a monthly basis. Free School Meals and any ad hoc catering requirements will be invoiced in addition to this. Whilst the monthly charge will represent one-twelfth of the contract cost, a reconciliation will take place monthly to reconcile the actual operating financial result.

16-76 Enterprise Action Consultancy and Workshops

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LIMITED | Published March 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
Winner
Genas Enterprise Consultancy
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66170000

ENTERPRISE ACTION is a three-year project designed to support local entrepreneurs to start up their own businesses across a wide geographical area that includes the Black Country and the Marches LEP areas of the West Midlands. The programme will additionally target potential higher growth businesses of less than 2 years old, which will benefit from targeted fast track support and financial assistance to achieve product commercialisation. The requirements of Enterprise Action were apportioned into 2 lots: Lot 1 - Delivery of 2 day business assists Lot 2 - Delivery of business development workshops

17-48 Targeted Internet Marketing Campaign

University of Wolverhampton | Published August 18, 2017  -  Deadline September 18, 2017
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79342000

ENTERPRISE ACTION is a three-year European Regional Development Funded (ERDF) project designed to support local entrepreneurs to start up their own businesses across a wide geographical area that includes the Black Country and the Marches LEP areas of the West Midlands. The programme will additionally target established SMEs which will benefit from targeted fast track support and financial assistance to achieve product commercialisation. The requirements of Enterprise Action for this tender is for a targeted internet marketing campaign, including PPC and SEO marketing to drive traffic to their project website and increase awareness of and referrals to the project. This tender is to support the project in targeting and reaching potential SMEs and individuals who may benefit from project support to help them grow and develop their business. A targeted internet marketing campaign, using social media advertising and search engine optimization will help to reach those in the community who will be unaware of the project.

Provision of Janitorial Products and Cleaning Chemicals

 | Published April 13, 2016  -  Deadline May 16, 2016
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39830000

2.1. The University of Wolverhampton (the ‘University’) (including any entity which from time to time is a subsidiary of the University of Wolverhampton and any entity over which from time to time any of the entities defined in this paragraph either directly or indirectly exercises management or financial control, even though it may own less than (50%) of the shares and is prevented by law from owning a greater shareholding) wishes to enter into a contract (the “Contract”) with a Contractor (the ‘Contractor’) to supply Janitorial Products and/or Cleaning Consumables to the University and its Entities. The University is seeking an agreement via competitive Tenders (“Tenders”) from suitably qualified organisations (“Tenderers”) in response to this Invitation to Tender (“ITT”) for the provision of the aforementioned Goods. In order to allow this Contract to be used for potential European Union funded projects we are notifying all tenderers that some works might be subject to part funding by the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme for England (2014-2020) or any other European Union Funded Programme. The opportunity will also be available for use by other Public Bodies in Wolverhampton and Partner Authorities in the West Midlands Combined Authority. The term of the Contract shall be for a period of four (4) years commencing on 1st October 2016 with an optional extension of up to an additional twelve (12) months. The tender is split into the following lots with one (1) Supplier awarded per Lot: Lot 1: Janitorial Products (including all consumables) Lot 2: Cleaning Chemicals The Qualification Assessment is scored on a Pass/Fail basis in accordance with the standard qualification questions implemented by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS)/Cabinet Office and as detailed in the Scoring Methodology (Appendix 1). The requirements here include: • The Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of £500,000 • The Tenderer must have a Credit Safe Score of ≥30 • The Successful Contractor must have £5m Public Liability Insurance • The Successful Contractor must have £5m Employer’s Liability Insurance The deadline for submissions is 16th May 2016, 12 noon. To respond to this opportunity follow this link https://wlv.bravosolution.co.uk

15-76 Provision of Janitorial Products and Cleaning Chemicals

University of Wolverhampton | Published April 19, 2016  -  Deadline May 16, 2016
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39830000, 39830000, 39830000

The University of Wolverhampton (the ‘University’) (including any entity which from time to time is a subsidiary of the University of Wolverhampton and any entity over which from time to time any of the entities defined in this paragraph either directly or indirectly exercises management or financial control, even though it may own less than (50 %) of the shares and is prevented by law from owning a greater shareholding) wishes to enter into a contract (the ‘Contract’) with a Contractor (the ‘Contractor’) to supply Janitorial Products and/or Cleaning Consumables to the University and its Entities. The University is seeking an agreement via competitive Tenders (‘Tenders’) from suitably qualified organisations (‘Tenderers’) in response to this Invitation to Tender (‘ITT’) for the provision of the aforementioned Goods.

In order to allow this Contract to be used for potential European Union funded projects we are notifying all tenderers that some works might be subject to part funding by the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme for England (2014-2020) or any other European Union Funded Programme.

The opportunity will also be available for use by other Public Bodies in Wolverhampton and Partner Authorities in the West Midlands Combined Authority.

The term of the Contract shall be for a period of 4 years commencing on 1.10.2016 with an optional extension of up to an additional 12 months.

The tender is split into the following lots with 1 Supplier awarded per Lot:

— Lot 1: Janitorial Products (including all consumables);

— Lot 2: Cleaning Chemicals.

The Qualification Assessment is scored on a Pass/Fail basis in accordance with the standard qualification questions implemented by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS)/Cabinet Office and as detailed in the Scoring Methodology (Appendix 1).

The requirements here include:

— the Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of 500 000 GBP;

— the Tenderer must have a Credit Safe Score of =30;

— the Successful Contractor must have 5 000 000 GBP Public Liability Insurance;

— the Successful Contractor must have 5 000 000 GBP Employer's Liability Insurance.

The deadline for submissions is 16.5.2016, 12:00. To respond to this opportunity follow this link https://wlv.bravosolution.co.uk

16-06 Service, Repair and Maintenance of Boiler Plant

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON ENTERPRISE LIMITED | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline June 6, 2016
Winner
Heating & Pipework Installations (Staffs) Ltd
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50531000

The University of Wolverhampton (the ‘University’) (including any entity which from time to time is a subsidiary of the University of Wolverhampton and any entity over which from time to time any of the entities defined in this paragraph either directly or indirectly exercises management or financial control, even though it may own less than (50%) of the shares and is prevented by law from owning a greater shareholding) wishes to enter into a contract (the “Contract”) with a Contractor (the ‘Contractor’) to service, repair and maintain Boiler Plant to the University and its Entities. The University is seeking an agreement via Competitive Tenders (“Tenders”) from suitably qualified organisations (“Tenderers”) in response to this Invitation to Tender (“ITT”) for the provision of the aforementioned Services. In order to allow this Contract to be used for potential Funded projects we are notifying all tenderers that some works might be subject to part funding by, for example, the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme for England (2014-2020) or any other European Union Funded Programme, or other Funding Body. The opportunity will also be available for use by other Public Bodies in Wolverhampton and Partner Authorities in the West Midlands Combined Authority. The Contract is to cover the servicing, repair and maintenance of all boiler plant throughout the University Estate as detailed in the Specification. The term of the Contract shall be for a period of three (3) years commencing on 01st August 2016 with an optional extension of up to two further 12-month periods. This requirement is not split into Lots. The need to coordinate the different contractors for the lots could seriously risk undermining the proper execution of the contract. The Qualification Assessment is scored on a Pass/Fail basis in accordance with the standard qualification questions implemented by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS)/Cabinet Office and as detailed in the Scoring Methodology (Appendix 1). The requirements here include: • The Tenderer must have a minimum annual turnover of £1M • The Tenderer must have a Credit Safe Score of ≥30 • The Successful Contractor must have £5m Public Liability Insurance • The Successful Contractor must have £5m Employer’s Liability Insurance • The Tenderer must be Gas Safe Registered • The Tenderer must hold an accredited independent third party certificate of compliance with BS OHSAS 18001 / a relevant Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) certificate • The Tenderer must be a member of the Building Engineering Services Association (or EU Equivalent) • The Tenderer must be able to arrive on site within 1 hour of receiving an emergency call-out request. • All Engineers must have minimum NVQ Level 3 (or equivalent) and 3 years post-qualification experience.