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Financial services

The Met Office | Published December 8, 2014
Winner
Morton Fraser LLP Quartermile Two, 2 Lister Square, Edinburgh, EH3 9GL
cpvs
66000000

Financial services

Financial systems software package

University of Exeter | Published April 5, 2016
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Financial systems software package

CP1279-16 Supply of pre-owned salt spreaders during the 2016 financial year.

Devon County Council | Published March 5, 2016
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34144420

CP1279-16 Supply of pre-owned salt spreaders during the 2016 financial year.

CA3854 - Exeter College - Internal Audit Services (Lot 1), Financial Statements Audit (Lot 2)

Exeter College | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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79212000

Exeter College wish to contract for - Internal Audit Services (Lot 1), Financial Statements Audit (Lot 2) for a period of up to 5 years Includes Lots: Lot 1: Lot 1 - Internal Audit Services Lot 2: Lot 2 - Financial Statements Audit To access this competition: Registered: Login to https://suppliers.multiquote.com and view the opportunity CA3854. Not registered: Visit https://suppliers.multiquote.com then register and quote CA3854 as the reason for registration. Any queries please contact MultiQuote on 0151 482 9230.

CP1117-15 Social Care Assessment and Billing System.

Devon County Council | Published June 24, 2015
Winner
OlM Systems Ltd
cpvs
48440000

Devon County Council (DCC) requires a new system which will automate financial assessments and provide a comprehensive care billing system to deal with increased service volumes which are expected as a result of the Care Act. A number of adult social care services are subject to a financial means test and charges for care will be made, based on affordability. Devon County Council currently undertakes 10 000 financial assessments per year of which approximately 4 000 are new cases and 6 000 are reviews. 4 000 residential bills are currently generated every 4 weeks and 2 300 non-residential bills are currently generated every 4 weeks. These volumes are expected to increase following the implementation of the Care Act. Financial assessments can be undertaken by a mobile visiting officer or by telephone by office based staff. In some cases, people can opt to enter into a Deferred Payment arrangement when part of their care fees can be deferred and secured against the value of a property. It is anticipated there would be approximately 10 new applications per month with an ongoing client base of approximately 220 cases. The financial assessments and charges raised are currently based on statutory guidance for Charging for Residential Accommodation Guide (CRAG) and Fairer Charging.

CP1117-15 Social Care Assessment and Billing System.

Devon County Council | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 14, 2015
cpvs
48440000

Devon County Council (DCC) requires a new system which will automate financial assessments and provide a comprehensive care billing system to deal with increased service volumes which are expected as a result of the Care Act. A number of adult social care services are subject to a financial means test and charges for care will be made, based on affordability. Devon County Council currently undertakes 10 000 financial assessments per year of which approximately 4 000 are new cases and 6 000 are reviews. 4 000 residential bills are currently generated every 4 weeks and 2 300 non-residential bills are currently generated every 4 weeks. These volumes are expected to increase following the implementation of the Care Act. Financial assessments can be undertaken by a mobile visiting officer or by telephone by office based staff. In some cases, people can opt to enter into a Deferred Payment arrangement when part of their care fees can be deferred and secured against the value of a property. It is anticipated there would be approximately 10 new applications per month with an ongoing client base of approximately 220 cases. The financial assessments and charges raised are currently based on statutory guidance for Charging for Residential Accommodation Guide (CRAG) and Fairer Charging.

DN169487 - Fire prevention remedial works for 2016/17 to 2018/19 financial years

DCH | Published October 18, 2016
Winner
Ventro
cpvs
50700000

Notice of awards for the tender

Auditing services

Exeter College | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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79212000, 79212200, 79212100

Exeter College wish to contract for — Internal Audit Services (Lot 1), Financial Statements Audit (Lot 2) for a period of up to 5 years.

Please refer to the main ITT document for details.

Please refer to the main ITT document for more details.

Award of Call-Off Contract for Light Rescue Pumping Appliances (Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service)

 | Published December 17, 2015
Winner
Emergency One (UK) Limited
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34144000

Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service (DSFRS) has awarded a call-off contract for chassis that will be assembled into Light Rescue Pumping Appliances (LRP's) during financial year 2016/17. The call-off contract is formed via a single supplier framework agreement for LRP's, that was let by DSFRS and went live in May 2013.

UOE/2015/006/PF — Tender for an eProcurement System.

University of Exeter | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
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48442000, 72000000, 72261000, 48000000, 48440000, 48400000, 48812000, 48441000, 72220000, 72263000, 72600000, 72267100, 72224100, 72227000, 72246000

Financial systems software package. IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support. Software support services. Software package and information systems. Financial analysis and accounting software package. Business transaction and personal business software package. Financial information systems. Financial analysis software package. Systems and technical consultancy services. Software implementation services. Computer support and consultancy services. Maintenance of information technology software. System implementation planning services. Software integration consultancy services. Systems consultancy services. The University invites bids from suppliers who are able to implement an e-procurement solution that will interface with a new finance system. The new e-procurement system will be key to enabling the University to deliver improved, standardised and best practice business processes across the Procurement Service. The system needs to be scalable to meet future requirements or enhancements of the Procurement Service, and needs to be compliant with statutory requirements including HE compliance. The system also needs to support mobile and remote working with access on mobile devices. We are looking to explore a fully hosted and managed solution as well as an on-premise solution. We will be considering contract options for both as part of the Tender process. We are looking for a Bidder who can support the University through the following project stages: —Functional requirements gathering including business rules, workflow, reporting and user access; —Non-functional requirements gathering including data security and benchmark system performance; —Technical architecture including network, backups and resilience; —User interface design; —Solution modelling and design; —Solution build; —Testing including Unit, Load, Performance and UAT; —Data migration; —Transition and support; —Training and user guides; —Change management. Implementation of the new system should be underpinned by appropriate quality management processes to ensure the solution is fit for purpose. The length of the contract is 8 years and should include software, consultancy, integration with the new finance system, licenses, warranty support, support and maintenance, and future enhancement costs. Refer to the ITT document for the proposed support and maintenance SLAs (see Schedule 6). The allocated budget for the core system is 334 000 GBP including VAT — please the main ITT document for full details.

UOE/2015/006/PF — Tender for an eProcurement System.

University of Exeter | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 31, 2015
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48442000, 72000000, 72261000, 48000000, 48440000, 48400000, 48812000, 48441000, 72220000, 72263000, 72600000, 72267100, 72224100, 72227000, 72246000

Financial systems software package. IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support. Software support services. Software package and information systems. Financial analysis and accounting software package. Business transaction and personal business software package. Financial information systems. Financial analysis software package. Systems and technical consultancy services. Software implementation services. Computer support and consultancy services. Maintenance of information technology software. System implementation planning services. Software integration consultancy services. Systems consultancy services. The University invites bids from suppliers who are able to implement an e-procurement solution that will interface with a new finance system. The new e-procurement system will be key to enabling the University to deliver improved, standardised and best practice business processes across the Procurement Service. The system needs to be scalable to meet future requirements or enhancements of the Procurement Service, and needs to be compliant with statutory requirements including HE compliance. The system also needs to support mobile and remote working with access on mobile devices. We are looking to explore a fully hosted and managed solution as well as an on-premise solution. We will be considering contract options for both as part of the Tender process. We are looking for a Bidder who can support the University through the following project stages: —Functional requirements gathering including business rules, workflow, reporting and user access; —Non-functional requirements gathering including data security and benchmark system performance; —Technical architecture including network, backups and resilience; —User interface design; —Solution modelling and design; —Solution build; —Testing including Unit, Load, Performance and UAT; —Data migration; —Transition and support; —Training and user guides; —Change management. Implementation of the new system should be underpinned by appropriate quality management processes to ensure the solution is fit for purpose. The length of the contract is 8 years and should include software, consultancy, integration with the new finance system, licenses, warranty support, support and maintenance, and future enhancement costs. Refer to the ITT document for the proposed support and maintenance SLAs (see Schedule 6). The allocated budget for the core system is 334 000 GBP including VAT — please the main ITT document for full details.

For the management and supply of electricity (HH & NHH) and gas.

Devon County Council | Published May 2, 2015
Winner
LASER Energy Buying Group
cpvs
09000000

Devon County Council, acting as the lead authority, seeks tenders for the supply of mains gas and electricity for various sites throughout the South West but mainly the County of Devon for the named Authorities detailed below. Other authorities may join the contract at the lead authority's discretion. Devon County Council, Devon based schools, Dartmoor National Park, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, Mid Devon District Council, Teignbridge District Council, Torbay Council and Torridge District Council The energy requirements for the Authorities will include Electricity 100 kWh sites (HH), sub 100 kWh sites (NHH), quarterly sites and all gas sites. DCC and partner authorities have operated a contract over the past 7 years based on an agreed cost to serve. Other elements that are not influenceable are accepted as a pass through costs. This has left the key area of influenceable spend being the purchase of wholesale gas and electric. This is currently purchased a year in advance of a financial year providing a degree of budget certainty. At the start of a financial year billable rates are produced and verified by the authorities before being formally agreed. The new contract will be for a maximum term of 7 years (3 + 2 + 1 + 1). A number of options are being explored in the procurement; please refer to the invitation to tender for full details.

For the management and supply of electricity (HH & NHH) and gas.

Devon County Council | Published May 2, 2015
Winner
LASER Energy Buying Group
cpvs
09000000

Devon County Council, acting as the lead authority, seeks tenders for the supply of mains gas and electricity for various sites throughout the South West but mainly the County of Devon for the named Authorities detailed below. Other authorities may join the contract at the lead authority's discretion. Devon County Council, Devon based schools, Dartmoor National Park, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, Mid Devon District Council, Teignbridge District Council, Torbay Council and Torridge District Council The energy requirements for the Authorities will include Electricity 100 kWh sites (HH), sub 100 kWh sites (NHH), quarterly sites and all gas sites. DCC and partner authorities have operated a contract over the past 7 years based on an agreed cost to serve. Other elements that are not influenceable are accepted as a pass through costs. This has left the key area of influenceable spend being the purchase of wholesale gas and electric. This is currently purchased a year in advance of a financial year providing a degree of budget certainty. At the start of a financial year billable rates are produced and verified by the authorities before being formally agreed. The new contract will be for a maximum term of 7 years (3 + 2 + 1 + 1). A number of options are being explored in the procurement; please refer to the invitation to tender for full details.

CP1054-14 For the Management and Supply of Electricity (HH and NHH) and Gas.

Devon County Council | Published October 29, 2014  -  Deadline December 16, 2014
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09000000

Devon County Council, acting as the lead authority, seeks tenders for the supply of mains gas and electricity for various sites throughout the South West but mainly the County of Devon for the named Authorities detailed below. Other authorities may join the contract at the lead authority's discretion. Devon County Council, Devon based schools, Dartmoor National Park, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, Mid Devon District Council, Teignbridge District Council, Torbay Council and Torridge District Council. The energy requirements for the Authorities will include Electricity 100 kWh sites (HH), sub 100 kWh sites (NHH), quarterly sites and all gas sites. DCC and partner authorities have operated a contract over the past 7 years based on an agreed cost to serve. Other elements that are not influenceable are accepted as a pass through costs. This has left the key area of influenceable spend being the purchase of wholesale gas and electric. This is currently purchased a year in advance of a financial year providing a degree of budget certainty. At the start of a financial year billable rates are produced and verified by the authorities before being formally agreed. The new contract will be for a maximum term of 7 years (3 + 2 + 1 + 1). A number of options are being explored in the procurement; please refer to the invitation to tender for full details.

Historical monument or memorial construction work

The National Trust | Published March 7, 2017  -  Deadline April 5, 2017
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45212314, 45212350, 71351100, 71600000, 71620000

Lead architect/engineer/surveyor and design team to progress design works from RIBA Stage 2 to Stage 6 consultants work.

Lead architect/engineer/surveyor and Design Team for Wellington Monument, Somerset, to develop plans (currently partly through RIBA Stage 2 Concept Design) to RIBA Stage 6. Using existing structural assessment documents, survey details, specific specialist investigations and analysis of processes develop full structural design specifications and drawings highlighting other necessary processes to develop and inspect works to completion. Include quality, financial and time controls and all necessary legislative applications, procedures and record keeping with record documents, certificates and guarantees' handed to the NT upon completion.

UOE/2015/007 — Finance and Research Grant Costing System.

University of Exeter | Published May 30, 2015  -  Deadline June 29, 2015
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48442000, 72000000, 72261000, 48000000, 48440000, 48400000, 48812000, 48441000, 72220000, 72263000, 72600000, 72267100, 72224100, 72227000, 72246000

Financial systems software package. IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support. Software support services. Software package and information systems. Financial analysis and accounting software package. Business transaction and personal business software package. Financial information systems. Financial analysis software package. Systems and technical consultancy services. Software implementation services. Computer support and consultancy services. Maintenance of information technology software. System implementation planning services. Software integration consultancy services. Systems consultancy services. The University of Exeter is looking to procure a Finance management and Research Grant Costing System. In recent years, the University has experienced a period of unprecedented success and growth in revenues and reputation; achieving UK top 10 status and membership of the Russell Group. The University's strategy to 2020 and beyond is to strive towards becoming a global top 100 University. To achieve the University strategy, a programme of transformation is being undertaken which will implement a new operating model and new ways of working for our staff. The systems change component of the Future Finance Project refers to much more than replacing the core finance system. This procurement forms part of the wider FF project. Finance outputs are delivered from a range of finance systems that talk to each other. Over the years these have developed incrementally and without over-arching design. As a result they are used inefficiently and inappropriately. A core objective of the Future Finance project is to simplify our technology infrastructure, procuring a finance system that can seamlessly integrate with key existing business applications. We are looking for a system to support us in the following areas: • Finance; • Sales to Cash: — Accounts Receivable; — Bank Reconciliation; — Cash Management; — Sales Order Processing*; — Insurance Administration*; — Investment Management. • Procure to Pay: — Accounts Payable; — Purchase Order Processing*; — Online Expenses*; — Purchasing Card Capability*; — Stock/Inventory Management*. • Record to Report: —General Ledger; —Fixed Asset Management; —Reports. • Research Accounting: — Research Grant Management*; — Project master File; — Pre-Award Management; — Post-Award Management. • Project Accounting: — Project Setup and Maintenance; — Project Costing. • Budget, Planning and Forecasting — Budgeting/ Planning; — Forecasting. • Non-Functional Requirements — Interfaces; — Licences; — Infrastructure; — Security; — Support; — Authentication and Access. • Key Requirements across all Work streams. * Highlighted items are areas of functionality we are looking to explore as part of the dialogue phase, these elements of functionality may be included in the final solution subject to solution capabilities, integration capabilities and budget impact. We are looking to explore a fully hosted managed service and an on premise solution. We will be considering contract options for both as part of the tender process. We are looking for a Supplier who can support the University through the following project stages: — Design (Workshops); — Build (Functional/Technical Specs); — Testing (Unit/SIT/UAT); — Change Management; — Training i.e. Train the Trainer; — Implementation; — Post-implementation support (Warranty, 1st, 2nd, 3rd line support); — Hosting.

CP1083-14 National Standard Cycle Training for Children (Bikeability) and Adults in Devon 2015-16.

Devon County Council | Published April 14, 2015
Winner
Plymouth School Sports Partnership
cpvs
80550000

Devon County Council, under the Bikeability standard, is appointing a suitably qualified and experienced cycle training provider who can offer best and added value and performance to the Council and to the people of Devon. The Contractor shall be required to deliver training to the National Standard for Cycle Training (Levels 1, 2 and 3) to children who live or study in Devon (excluding those children residing and attending school in the administration boundaries of Plymouth City Council and Torbay Borough Council), and National Standard cycle training to adults (people of 18 years or older) in Devon (excluding Plymouth and Torbay) The Council is awarding a contract for the delivery from 1.4.2015 to 31.3.2016. There may be opportunity for additional one year extensions for the financial years 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19.

CP1043-14 Accounts Payable Processing.

Devon County Council | Published February 24, 2015
Winner
Process Flows UK Ltd
cpvs
72000000

Following analysis of processes relating to the payment of manual invoices (accounts payable) and the creation of purchase orders, the Authority has identified the potential for automation of these processes to deliver efficiencies and savings across the Council. In the last financial year DCC processed 123 000 manual invoices of which only approximately 20 % had a corresponding purchase order. As part of this project DCC will enforce a ‘No PO, No Payment’ rule and will introduce the completion of goods received notes. It is anticipated that the system will enable accounts payable to be processed by a small centralised team. The system will replace the need to pass paper invoices to users across a wide geographical area. All payments will be made through the existing Finance system (FINEST). It is anticipated that the AP solution will be capable of integrating with FINEST using web services.

Health and social work services

Devon County Council | Published April 7, 2017
Winner
Liquid Personnel Ltd
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85000000, 98513100

DCC are seeking to award a contract for the delivery of care reviews and associated administration for Adult Care Management.

The key strategic priorities are ensuring eligible needs of the person are appropriately met and identify responsible financial savings to the persons care package.

The review process includes but is not limited to:

— Considering information on the person's file;

— Gathering information from other agencies involved with the person;

— Meeting with the person directly and where applicable consulting with their representative;

— Re-assessing the persons needs and eligibility where appropriate;

— Considering personal and community assets that are available to support;

— Evaluating how effective their support has been in achieving the outcomes that are important to the person;

— Exploring options for them becoming more independent;

— Quality Assuring each completed care review;

— Provider engagement / negotiation;

— Inputting the quality assured care reviews into CareFirst.

CP1333-16 Employee Assistance Programme

Devon County Council | Published August 25, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
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85312300

Devon County Council is looking for one supplier to provide an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) consisting of a telephone helpline and up to six one-hour sessions of telephone or face-to-face counselling per employee per year to its centrally employed staff (as at July 2016 approximately 4,500 staff) in order to support individuals to remain in work, or to return to work after a period of absence. The EAP must include : • A 24 hour telephone advice line addressing concerns such as: health, relationships, family, bereavement, financial, alcohol, drugs, personal legal information, childcare, tax, housing, emotional, anxiety and other related issues. • Support for users and managers in a number of different ways including, but not limited to: - Signposting on where to get advice / information - Direct provision of advice / information - Referral to specialised agencies • Support for employees to identify and resolve work issues such as working relationships, personal and interpersonal skills, time management skills, work/life balance, stress and other related issues • Up to six sessions of telephone or face-to-face counselling • Access to counselling sessions should be available 52 weeks per year between 8am – 8pm, Monday to Friday and occasionally at weekends. • Access to the services provided must take account of an employee’s health needs (for example disabled access to counselling rooms when requested, minicom facilities or text type on telephone helplines)