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Service Provision for Financial Management Reform Costing Programme

CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE | Published October 29, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015

Her Majesty's Treasury (HMT) is seeking to establish a Framework Agreement for the provision of Financial Management Reform Costing Programme Services for HMT and other UK Central Government Departments and their Arm’s Length Bodies (ALBs) and agencies; Non-Ministerial Departments and Executive Agencies; and the Wider Public Sector (and any future successors to these organisations). The duration of this Framework Agreement is for a two (2) year period. The Contracting Authority may extend the duration of this Framework Agreement for any period or periods up to a maximum of two (2) years in total from the expiry of the Initial Framework Period for a maximum of two (2) consecutive further terms, each of these terms being up to a maximum of twelve (12) months duration. Any extension will be exercised at the sole discretion of the Contracting Authority. The main aim of this Framework Agreement is to support a more accurate costing and build costing capability across Her Majesty's Government (HMG). The Supplier shall work in partnership with the Contracting Authority and/or Other Contracting Authorities in delivering individual Costing Projects to drive understanding of costs in difficult, cross-cutting areas of Government spend. A detailed description of the Services that the Potential Provider will be required to supply under this Framework Agreement are set out in full in Part A (Services) of Framework Schedule 2 of the Framework Agreement.

Smart Building Solutions Using The Internet Of Things

NHS Countess of Chester Hospital | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017

The UK public sector is facing a period of intense financial pressure to reduce costs. Authorities are looking towards innovative solutions to help reduce their cost base and increase efficiency through better management of their estate and its energy consumption. This Framework Agreement will provide Participating Authorities with the means to enable intelligent commercial type buildings. For the avoidance of doubt, this Framework Agreement is not concerned with domestic properties. Solutions primarily involve the installation of a sensory network that is connected, via wireless internet to cloud-based big data analytics enabling monitoring and control of energy usage, building occupancy and visibility of assets. The solution can be composed of several modular components which all work together to create a coherent platform for managing buildings to drive efficiencies across estates. The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s Commercial Procurement Service seeks to introduce a new commercial Framework Agreement which will allow UK public bodies to procure Smart Building Solutions with no further competition. This will enable Participating Authorities to act quickly in realising efficiencies. This Framework Agreement opportunity encourages smaller businesses (SME’s) to participate. As such the procurement process has been simplified to encourage greater participation. This Framework Agreement will greatly reduce the ongoing administrative burden of repeating multiple procurement processes for the services described within this ITT. This Framework Agreement will therefore support public procurement and private enterprise through its efficiency.

SO-14220 Provision of MOD DE&S Creative Services

CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline November 26, 2015

Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) is a part of the Ministry of Defence and provides procurement and support services for the UK Armed Forces. The DE&S Executive Board approved the DE&S Corporate Communications Strategy in February 2015 and Financial Approval for the work required to develop the DE&S Corporate narrative was given by DG Resources 23rd March 2015. A key element of the DE&S Corporate Communications Strategy is the creation of a corporate narrative which clearly communicates DE&S vision, purpose and values. The organisation’s strategic vision, purpose and values are not currently clearly defined or communicated within the organisation. The narrative will enable DE&S leadership team to address the employee engagement survey issue where staff say they do not have a clear understanding of DE&S strategy and objectives. It will also enable the organisation to build a stronger external reputation with its stakeholders and to build its employee brand, positioning the organisation as an employer of choice. The narrative is critical in supporting the DE&S Transformation Programme and giving context to how the transformation will help DE&S to achieve its vision and fulfil its purpose. An agency is required to; -create a narrative through discussion and input from the executive board, senior leadership and staff; - develop a visual interpretation of the narrative and how its core themes are to be communicated through internal and external channels - create a communications and engagement campaign to engage staff and stakeholders with the new DE&S vision, mission and values.

Market Assessment for Renewable Energy Start-up Fund

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
Carbon Trust Advisory Limited

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (“DECC”) wishes to appoint a contractor (or consortium) to undertake a wide-ranging market assessment that will inform the potential future development of a renewable and/or low carbon start-up fund. This ITT is therefore seeking a supplier to undertake the above assessment with a completion date of 31/03/2016. Description: This project will provide DECC officials with an assessment of the current market requirements for support in the renewable and low carbon energy sector. This will help inform the development of any new scheme, ensuring that it delivers optimal value for money (VfM). The project will answer the following questions, whilst considering lessons learned from previous schemes: 1. What is the market need for a renewable energy start-up fund (to include an assessment of other available financial support mechanisms available); 2. What technology stage (TRL) should support be focussed on to provide optimal VfM; 3. What form of support is most needed; for example incubation support vs capital investment, grants vs loans etc. As DECC may be constrained in the type of funding available the assessment will be informed by this to ensure results are applicable. 4. What level of funding would provide the UK with optimal benefits when considering VfM for the taxpayer. This question will be informed by the level of funding available to DECC; 5. What level of incubation support is optimal to deliver value to the company and to the UK? 6. Are there additional processes that can be applied over and above those currently employed to ensure that only projects that are VfM are supported. How to ensure that Government money is definitely required. 7. What is the appropriate scope for the scheme, specifically, would it be beneficial to have a wide scope including low carbon technologies?

Valuation project for the compensatory element within the Review of Consents pro

DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 12, 2015

The purpose of the project is to increase the understanding of the implications of Natural England undertaking its new legal duty under the 2012 amendment to the Conservation of Habitats & Species Regulations 2010 (Section 23). Natural England has always had a duty under these Regulations to review any consents that were issued under section 28E(3)(a) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981(as amended) (thereafter WCA 1981) on land which subsequently became a European site but previously it was discretionary whether any action was taken in light of any such review in terms of affirming, modifying or revoking such a consent. This discretionary aspect has now been removed by the 2012 amendment and Natural England now has a legal duty to affirm, modify or revoke any such consents issued on European sites, as soon as is reasonably practicable. The main aim is to assess the consequences relating to this legal duty in relation to modifying, revoking and/or replacement of a consent by working through a number of different scenarios for some of the more significant landholdings across the designated site network. The work will include an assessment of the financial implications of each course of action including an appraisal of the effects on the on-going and long term management of the each site. The main focus of the project will be on a number of sites which have been identified as having blanket bog as an interest feature and have land management regimes typical in the uplands. The Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) that have been selected for the project are as follows, Bowes Moor SSSI, South Pennine Moors SSSI, Moorhouse to Cross Fell SSSI and North York Moors SSSI.

Corporate Finance Services

CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015

Crown Commercial Service as the contracting authority is putting in place a pan government Framework Agreement for use by UK public sector bodies identified at VI.3 (and any future successors to these organisations), which include Central Government Departments and their Arm’s Length Bodies and Agencies, Non Departmental Public Bodies, NHS bodies and Local Authorities. The above contracting authority(s) have a need for Corporate Finance Services (CFS). The Services covered by this Procurement have been sub-divided into 7 Lots, namely: Lot 1: General corporate finance advice, separate to any transaction execution Lot 2: Advice on and execution of specific corporate transactions (typically referred to as mergers and acquisitions, or M&A) Lot 3: Advice on and execution of specific equity or equity related capital markets transactions (typically referred to as equity capital markets, or ECM) Lot 4: Advice on and execution of specific debt capital markets transactions (typically referred to as debt capital markets, or DCM) Lot 5: Specialist retail offer advice and execution in relation to specific capital markets transactions Lot 6: Specialist corporate finance advice in relation to the infrastructure sector Lot 7: Specialist corporate finance advice in relation to portfolios of, or discrete, financial assets These Lots represent the various roles that Contracting Bodies may choose to appoint one or more Supplier to fulfill their requirements, at call-off stage under the CFS Framework. Each Lot sets out the scope of work that a Supplier may be required to undertake under each lot, split between the mandatory services that a Supplier is expected to be able to undertake. Potential Providers have the opportunity to bid for all or any combination of the 7 Lots. It is recognised that some Potential Providers may wish to provide services off a single Lot while some may wish to provide services from multiple lots. All Lots will be considered separately and there will be no distinction made between Potential Providers that can cover multiple lots compared to those that can cover a single Lot. The duration referred to in section II.1.4 is 3 years plus the option to extend up to a maximum of one (1) year in total from the expiry of the Initial Framework Period by giving the Supplier no less than three (3) Months' written notice.
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