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DBC (SF) — Supporting the Voluntary and Community Sector Service.

Dacorum Borough Council | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 23, 2016
cpvs
79400000, 85322000, 79000000, 66171000, 98000000, 79413000, 72224000, 98110000, 79610000

This service is centred on supporting the infrastructure of the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) in Dacorum. The role of the service provider will be to develop Voluntary Organisations and Community Groups in the borough, fostering contact between them and providing the sector as a whole with a voice.

The main areas of focus for this service include but are not limited to:

— Administrative/ financial support.

— Campaigning.

— Cross sector working.

— Digital Engagement.

Financial Management.

— Funding applications bidding.

— Governance.

— IT.

— Infrastructure.

— Monitoring and Evaluation.

— Marketing and Communications.

— Setting up and Sustainability of organisations/ groups.

— Strategy.

— Volunteering and Workforce.

— Volunteer Management.

— Quality Standards.

— Policy and Research.

— Project Management.

It is essential for the service to demonstrate advocacy and leadership within the VCS and develop the sectors sustainability.

Provision of a Volunteer Brokerage Service will also be a required.

Further details of the Service Requirements are provided in the Tender Information documents — Part B.

DBC (SF) — Supporting the Voluntary and Community Sector Service.

Dacorum Borough Council | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 24, 2016
cpvs
79400000, 85322000, 79000000, 66171000, 98000000, 79413000, 72224000, 98110000, 79610000

This service is centred on supporting the infrastructure of the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) in Dacorum. The role of the service provider will be to develop Voluntary Organisations and Community Groups in the borough, fostering contact between them and providing the sector as a whole with a voice.

The main areas of focus for this service include but are not limited to:

— Administrative/ financial support.

— Campaigning.

— Cross sector working.

— Digital Engagement.

Financial Management.

— Funding applications bidding.

— Governance.

— IT.

— Infrastructure.

— Monitoring and Evaluation.

— Marketing and Communications.

— Setting up and Sustainability of organisations/ groups.

— Strategy.

— Volunteering and Workforce.

— Volunteer Management.

— Quality Standards.

— Policy and Research.

— Project Management.

It is essential for the service to demonstrate advocacy and leadership within the VCS and develop the sectors sustainability.

Provision of a Volunteer Brokerage Service will also be a required.

Further details of the Service Requirements are provided in the Tender Information documents — Part B.

DBC (SF) — The Forum Furniture, Accessories, Installation and Associated Services

Dacorum Borough Council | Published November 19, 2016
Winner
Flexiform Business Furniture Limited
cpvs
39130000, 63121100, 39153000, 79934000, 39000000, 39156000, 39150000

The Forum is currently in construction and will be ready for furniture installation during November 2016. The new building with BREEAM ‘Excellent’ credentials will feature a central atrium designed to be light and airy providing a contemporary and comfortable working environment. The Council is looking for a supplier to design, supply and install the general office, customer services areas, atrium, meeting rooms and council chambers. The preferred supplier will be required to provide practical solutions to hot desking, flexible working and offering an attractive welcome to the visitors and customers.

The Council is intending to appoint a supplier to:

— Conduct a furniture and equipment audit regarding any existing furniture or equipment being brought over to Forum, e.g. chairs, Post/Mailing room equipment, large reprographics machine, files, safe and lockers, etc., so these can be allowed for on the final layout plans.

— Provide the CGI, 3D and 2D design of furniture layout across all floors including everything identified in the specification which also includes an area for our voluntary sector partners;

— Supply, deliver and install all furniture and fittings as specified;

— Project manages the furniture supply and installation in conjunction with the Council/developer;

— Legacy items: relocation of furniture, equipment and storage to the Forum- the bidders will be required to quote for relocation of furniture, equipment items (excluding ICT) — and accessories from DBC's Civic Centre office to the Forum. A list of items that is likely to be relocated is included in the pricing template. The winning bidder will be required to complete an audit of the legacy items.

Please download the tender documents for full details of the requirements.

Minimum Criteria

Tenders must satisfy the following minimum criteria

— Technical Experience of managing at least 3 projects of a similar size (at least of value 350 000+ GBP) within the last 5 years, at least 1 of these projects must be for an office project for the public sector (or equivalent such as Non Governmental Organisation or major Housing Association);

— Proposed furniture must come with a minimum of 10 years manufacturer's warranty on the workstations, storage units, tables;

— The Council will undertake a financial assessment on all tenderers. Tenderers must provide copies of their last 2 years audited accounts for this purpose. Any tenderers failing the financial assessment will have their tender submission rejected. The Council reserves the right to make enquiries to confirm the continuing financial viability of bidders prior to the award of any contract.

— Signed declaration that tenderer can deliver furniture within the time-scales indicated.

Tenderers will be expected to provide sufficient evidence to prove that they satisfy the minimum requirements above, (for example copies of warranty statements from the manufacturer; and written case studies regarding experience). Failure to do so will result in your tender submission being rejected and not scored.

DBC (SF) — The Forum Furniture, Accessories, Installation and Associated Servies.

Dacorum Borough Council | Published February 25, 2016  -  Deadline April 19, 2016
cpvs
39130000, 63121100, 39153000, 79934000, 39000000, 39156000, 39150000

The Forum is currently in construction and will be ready for furniture installation during November 2016. The new building with BREEAM ‘Excellent’ credentials will feature a central atrium designed to be light and airy providing a contemporary and comfortable working environment. The Council is looking for a supplier to design, supply and install the general office, customer services areas, atrium, meeting rooms and council chambers. The preferred supplier will be required to provide practical solutions to hot desking, flexible working and offering an attractive welcome to the visitors and customers.

The Council is intending to appoint a supplier to:

— Conduct a furniture and equipment audit regarding any existing furniture or equipment being brought over to Forum, e.g. chairs, Post/Mailing room equipment, large reprographics machine, files, safe and lockers, etc., so these can be allowed for on the final layout plans.

— provide the CGI, 3D and 2D design of furniture layout across all floors including everything identified in the specification which also includes an area for our voluntary sector partners;

— Supply, deliver and install all furniture and fittings as specified.

— Project manages the furniture supply and installation in conjunction with the Council/developer.

— Legacy items: relocation of furniture, equipment and storage to the Forum- the bidders will be required to quote for relocation of furniture, equipment items (excluding ICT) — and accessories from DBC's Civic Centre office to the Forum. A list of items that is likely to be relocated is included in the pricing template. The winning bidder will be required to complete an audit of the legacy items.

Please download the tender documents for full details of the requirements.

Minimum Criteria

Tenders must satisfy the following minimum criteria

— Technical Experience of managing at least 3 projects of a similar size (at least of value 350 000+ GBP) within the last 5 years, at least 1 of these projects must be for an office project for the public sector (or equivalent such as Non Governmental Organisation or major Housing Association);

— Proposed furniture must come with a minimum of 10 years manufacturer's warranty on the workstations, storage units, tables;

— The Council will undertake a financial assessment on all tenderers. Tenderers must provide copies of their last 2 years audited accounts for this purpose. Any tenderers failing the financial assessment will have their tender submission rejected. The Council reserves the right to make enquiries to confirm the continuing financial viability of bidders prior to the award of any contract;

— Signed declaration that tenderer can deliver furniture within the timescales indicated.

Tenderers will be expected to provide sufficient evidence to prove that they satisfy the minimum requirements above, (for example copies of warranty statements from the manufacturer; and written case studies regarding experience). Failure to do so will result in your tender submission being rejected and not scored.

DBC (SF) — Information, Advice and Advocacy Service.

Dacorum Borough Council | Published November 21, 2015  -  Deadline December 23, 2015
cpvs
85300000, 98110000, 79140000

The Service Provider will provide free, impartial, independent and confidential Information, Advice and Advocacy Service for all local residents in Dacorum. It will support local people to resolve issues affecting their lives and will include: — Benefits entitlement; — Employment; — Debt and Money; — Consumer rights; — Relationships; — Housing; — Law and rights; — Discrimination; — Tax; — Health care; — Education. The Service should be shaped using the following 4 principles: 1. Independence — All information and advice given is independent meaning the needs of the Service User are central to service provision; 2. Empowerment — The Information, Advice and Advocacy provided means that Service Users are in control of their situation and have a voice; 3. Inclusion — The Service is accessible to all and Service Users are supported to be involved in local decision making; 4. Citizenship — Service Users are able to exercise their rights by being informed, advised or represented. For further information please refer to the full specification in the tender documentation. Minimum Requirements apply as follows: — Service Providers will need to operate under the Advice Quality Standard (AQS or equivalent) criteria and requirements; —The Service Provider must deliver their service from a location within Dacorum and ideally located within Hemel Hempstead; —The service provider must pass the Council's financial standing assessment, based on your last 2 year accounts.

Pre-Procurement Market Engagement — Supporting the Voluntary and Community Sector Service.

Dacorum Borough Council | Published December 3, 2015
cpvs
79411000, 85322000, 79000000, 66171000, 98000000, 72224000, 79413000, 98110000, 79610000

Pre-Procurement Market Engagement — Supporting the Voluntary and Community Sector. Overview. Dacorum Borough Council is carrying our pre-procurement market engagement for a Supporting the Voluntary and Community Sector service. More specifically, this is the provision of infrastructure support including a volunteer brokerage service to Dacorum based voluntary sector organisations and community groups. The overall aim of this service is to provide information, guidance and support to the voluntary and community sector and help them to improve their quality, accessibility and sustainability. Areas of service provision will include: — Campaigning; — Cross sector working; — Digital engagement; — Financial Management; — Funding; — Governance; — IT; — Infrastructure; — Monitoring and Evaluation; — Marketing and Communications; — Setting up and Sustainability of organisations/ groups; — Strategy; — Advice and training on — tendering for contracts/applying for funding; — Volunteering and Workforce; — Volunteer management; — Quality standards; — Policy and Research; — Administrative/ financial support; — Project management. (Download documents to see service outcome table) The annual budget for this service will be approximately 124 000 GBP with an overall approximate contract value of 372 000 GBP (for 3 years). Time Scales. Dacorum Borough Council is seeking to commence the procurement process in January 2016, with the new service to be implemented July 2016. It is proposed that the Council will run a one stage procurement process. The anticipated contract term is a 3-year core contract, with the possibility of a further extension of up to 24 months. The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE) will not apply. Pre-Procurement Market Engagement. The purpose of the Council's pre-procurement market engagement process is to allow and enable potentially interested organisations with appropriate expertise and relevant experience to: — Outline and comment on the initial desired outcome and use of an outcome based commissioning model; — Gather further information on the Councils current intentions / challenges; — Offer insight into current developments in the market; — Explain additional opportunities to be explored for the proposed service. Dacorum Borough Council will consider all feedback provided to help inform further decision making. This stage of the project is not part of the formal procurement process and therefore is not confirmation of the Councils commitment to carrying out such a process. Participation or non-participation in the pre-procurement market engagement process will not prevent any supplier participating in a potential future procurement, nor is it intended that any information supplied as part of the pre-procurement process shall place any supplier at an advantage in a potential procurement process. Participation in the pre-procurement market engagement procurement process will be at each supplier's own cost. No expense in responding to this process will be reimbursed by the Council. If your organisation would like to respond to this process, you will have to register on the Supply Hertfordshire portal www.supplyhertfordshire.uk Download the documents available on the portal and submit your response via the portal by 12 noon on 8.1.2016. Dacorum Borough Council will not enter into a contract based solely on the responses to this PIN and no information contained in the documents or in any communication made between Dacorum Borough Council and any contractor in connection with its pre-procurement market engagement shall be relied upon as constituting a contract, agreement or representation that any contract shall be awarded.
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