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Financial and insurance services

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016

The Contracting Authority seeks to establish a single supplier national Framework to enable it and other named Contracting Bodies to help them manage and prevent debt arising from all operational areas in order to minimise the value lost through bad debt. Secondly, the establishment of a Joint Venture with the Contracting

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Authority, with the Joint Venture providing services back to the successful Supplier. The framework agreement shall be made available to all local authorities in the UK, as defined through the following websites.

(a) (England) https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/491463/List_of_councils_in_England.pdf

(b) (Scotland) http://www.gov.scot/About/Government/councils

(c) (Wales) http://www.wlga.gov.uk/authorities

In addition to the information in the short description (II.1.4), it is a critical requirement that the successful supplier can demonstrate not only effective debt management and strategies, operations and techniques but that they can achieve whilst deploying the highest ethical standards. Also a requirement to create a Joint Venture (‘JV’) with the Contracting Authority (‘CA’) to which all work won under this framework shall be sub-contracted. The JV will take the form of a corporate vehicle (company, limited partnership or limited liability partnership the form and nature to be agreed post-award). Through the JV the successful bidder will be required to work with the CA's Business Intelligence team exploiting existing analytical models and techniques to reduce the probability of debt arising in the first place and to fulfil any other financial, commercial, and social objectives that may be determined.

Financial and insurance services

Bank of England | Published September 20, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
The provision of a private medical insurance scheme for Bank employees, their dependants, and

The administration/delivery of a financial support scheme for heat networks, known as the Heat Networks Investment Project (HNIP)

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2017
Government is currently running the first funding round for HNIP as a pilot. This PIN concerns the potential procurement of the delivery of the full scheme expected to open in 2017. BEIS is seeking to appoint suppliers to administer the HNIP. For further information about the scheme please view the website listed below. We envisage that a separate procurement for the IT element of this scheme will be undertaken via a Crown Commercial Service framework. Supplier day BEIS will be holding a Supplier Day in London on 6 December 2016 to provide potential suppliers with further information ahead of the launch of the tender exercise, which is expected to take place in Spring 2017. This will also enable us to understand likely timelines for set up of the scheme, possible delivery models, and budgets for the procurement.

Business and management consultancy and related services

Financial Conduct Authority | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is establishing a framework agreement for suppliers to provide consultancy under 2 Lots.

Lot 1 — Financial, Economics and Policy Related Consultancy.

Lot 2 — General Business Management Consultancy.

The FCA reserves the right to award Lots to one of multiple suppliers.

Consultancy advice and expertise on finance and policy related consultancy with specialist financial management.

Consultancy advice and expertise to enhance the operations of the FCA. This may involve managing or assisting on programmes of works or projects.

Business analysis consultancy services

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Market Analysis Services.

This tender is for the provision of services in relation to information regarding a range of markets in the energy sector and related climate change technologies and markets. It is intended to provide up to three years of service in the form of a number of users across at least five teams in the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Please note that this service is expected to cover energy and related climate sectors and markets only.

We anticipate that respondents would offer this service via access to their pre-existing online portal of information. This should include up to date financial, analytical, commercial and political assessments of relevant markets (including projections), projects, actors (including companies and countries), policy and regulations, technologies, international comparisons, rankings of performance and market and corporate information. Such reports and data should be downloadable in MS Office formats so that it can be interrogated and amended where necessary by the department.

Environmental services

London Borough of Waltham Forest | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016

The London Borough of Waltham Forest (the ‘Authority’) is seeking to appoint a Single Provider to provide a Litter and Street Scene Enforcement Service. Littering, spitting, dog fouling and other antisocial behaviour affect the quality of the local environment and have an adverse impact on how places look and are perceived. These activities also negatively influence how attractive the local area is to residents, workers, visitors and investors such as businesses and their trade. In order to ensure that the environment is kept clean and safe the Council wishes to procure an Environmental Enforcement Service for street scene issues. It is expected that the service will be based on a ‘no cost — no risk’ financial model (to the Authority). This means that the cost of the service for the Council would be funded from FPN payments and that any shortfall would be a risk for the contractor with any surplus being shared with the contractor on an agreed basis.

Provision of Environmental Enforcement Services for Street Scene Issues.

Loan brokerage services

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published November 8, 2016

Government is currently running the first funding round for HNIP as a pilot. This PIN concerns the potential procurement of the delivery of the full scheme expected to open in 2017.

BEIS is seeking to appoint suppliers to administer the HNIP. For further information about the scheme please view the website listed below.

We envisage that a separate procurement for the IT element of this scheme will be undertaken via a Crown Commercial Service framework.

Supplier day

BEIS will be holding a Supplier Day in London on 6.12.2016 to provide potential suppliers with further information ahead of the launch of the tender exercise, which is expected to take place in Spring 2017. This will also enable us to understand likely timelines for set up of the scheme, possible delivery models, and budgets for the procurement.

This PIN concerns the potential procurement of suppliers to administer the delivery of the full HNIP scheme expected to open in 2017.

See website below for further scheme information:

https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/consultation-on-the-heat-networks-investment-project-hnip

Services required may include:

—Administration of financial support including grants and loans and financial due diligence of applicants (public and private sector bodies).

—Communications & marketing of the scheme.

—Supporting applicants through the applications process and beyond.

—Production & design of supporting guidance and materials.

—Basic & detailed assessment (scoring and ranking) of applications and award.

—Monitoring and reporting.

Expected contract duration: 4 years ending 2020/21, with potential to extend for up to a further 2 years.

We envisage a separate procurement for the IT element of this scheme, to be undertaken via a Crown Commercial Service framework.

Agricultural, farming, fishing, forestry and related products

Defra Network eTendering Portal — The Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs | Published November 18, 2016

The Farm Business Survey (FBS) is a long standing annual survey collecting data from a representative sample of all farm types in England. The FBS collects information on the financial, physical and environmental performance of farm businesses to inform and evaluate policy decisions. The FBS is intended to serve the needs of farmers, farming and land management interest groups, government, government partners and researchers. it currently also meets our obligation to supply data to the EU Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN). This follows the PIN (PIN Reference 2016-041680) issued on 31.8.2016 (https://defra.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html?_ncp=1441867266908.34013-1)

FBS is a panel survey. The farms are full-time or part-time commercial undertakings and data collected covers all aspects of the farm business; both financial i.e. output value and costs relating to all farming enterprises; diversified activities; revenue from agricultural support and agri-environment schemes and physical as well as labour and geographical characteristics. Data is used to construct a management account for each farm comprising a profit and loss account, balance sheet and net worth reconciliation. A key aspect of the survey is the individual feedback provided to co-operating farmers to enable a review of their business performance. The FBS methodology has been established over a number of years based on sound management accounting principles and in line with the requirements from FADN. The purpose of this PIN is to advise of a further engagement event to be held on Thursday 1st December to seek innovative options for the delivery of the Farm Business Survey.

Recruitment services

Department of Health | Published November 19, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016

The Department of Health (DH), acting on behalf of the Secretary of State for Health, is seeking a private sector entity to partner with DH in the ownership of NHS Professionals Ltd (NHSP). DH is a department of the UK Government, with responsibility for overseeing the National Health Service in England. NHSP is a private company incorporated under the Companies Acts and fully owned by the Secretary of State for Health. NHSP is 1 of the largest suppliers of flexible staffing to the NHS, with a bank of over 50 000 workers providing services to 57 client Trusts. It is currently envisaged that DH will sell 74.9 % of the issued share capital in NHSP to the bidder which offers the most attractive proposal to DH. The appointed Partner will have day to day operational and financial control of the business.

DH is undertaking an unregulated competitive process in order to appoint a partner. It does not consider that this transaction is subject to the requirements of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (‘Regulations’). DH therefore does not consider itself bound by the Regulations in respect of this process in any way, and is publishing this contract notice on a voluntary basis in order to encourage a fair, open and transparent engagement. DH has identified a process in its documentation which bears some similarity to the competitive procedure with negotiation set out in the Regulations. It does not consider itself bound to follow the process identified, or the competitive procedure with negotiation in any way, and reserves the right to depart from its identified process at any time. DH has indicated the use of the competitive procedure with negotiation at section IV.1.1) due to a mandatory requirement to select a procedure on this form. Further detailed information on the process is set out in the accompanying Pre-Qualification Documentation pack, including information on minimum financial standing requirements. Interested parties should note that all decisions on this process are subject to approval from the Secretary of State for Health.

Foreign economic-aid-related services

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published November 3, 2016

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is seeking to establish a Cross Whitehall Prosperity Framework Contract which can be accessed by other government departments.

The FCO wishes to work with potential framework participants capable of providing complex high value overseas programme design, build, implementation and management support (or other services to be defined) across a potential range of themes i.e:- Anti Corruption, Better Health, Business Environment,

Education, Energy, Financial Services, Infrastructure, Innovation, Low Carbon, Smart Cities, Trade.

The FCO wish to discuss the design, content, requirements and management of the framework with potential contractors at a Market Engagement event in mid November 2016, details of which will be made available to Suppliers that register on the FCO's eSourcing Procurement Portal (https://fco.bravosolution.co.uk). It is anticipated that the Cross Whitehall Prosperity Framework Contract will commence from April 2017.

Overseas design, build, implementation and management of programme support (in addition to other services) in support of the Cross Whitehall Prosperity Fund.

Provision of Environmental Enforcement Services for Street Scene Issues

London Borough of Waltham Forest | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016
Littering, spitting, dog fouling and other antisocial behaviour affect the quality of the local environment and have an adverse impact on how places look and are perceived. These activities also negatively influence how attractive the local area is to residents, workers, visitors and investors such as businesses and their trade. In order to ensure that the environment is kept clean and safe the Council wishes to procure an Environmental Enforcement Service for street scene issues. The duration of the Contract will be for 36 months, with the possible extension for up to a further 18 months subject to agreement between the Authority and the successful Provider. It is expected that the service will be based on a ‘no cost - no risk’ financial model. This means that the cost of the service for the Council would be funded from FPN payments and that any shortfall would be a risk for the contractor with any surplus being shared with the contractor on an agreed basis.
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