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Financial and insurance services

Nottingham City Council | Published February 7, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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66000000

Nottingham City Council's Deputyship Team manages the property and financial affairs of older people and vulnerable clients, who lack mental capacity to manage these themselves. The Deputyship Team is now seeking to secure the services of an Independent Financial Adviser for its clients who have significant assets.

This is an open tender to procure Independent Financial Advice to older people and vulnerable clients with assets above 75 000 GBP.

The successful provider will be a registered member of the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) and hold either a Diploma in Financial Planning or a Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning.

(Level 4)

The contract award will be based upon the most economically advantageous tender.

Financial and insurance services

Nottingham City Council | Published April 21, 2017
Winner
Samra Wealth Management Limited
cpvs
66000000

Independent financial advice to manage the property and financial affairs of older people and vulnerable clients, who lack mental capacity to manage these themselves. The service is provided under a Court of Protection Deputyship Order.

Open Tender.

Consultancy for the development of a Financial Instrument

SOUTH EAST MIDLANDS LOCAL ENTERPRISE PARTNERSHIP LTD | Published August 4, 2015  -  Deadline August 13, 2015
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This tender is to procure additional capacity and expertise to support 5 LEPs across the East and South East Midlands to finalise their collective and individual thinking on a preferred option for developing a Financial Instrument that meets the needs of SMEs across the East / South East Midlands LEP area, one that ensures ‘best fit’ but still provides sufficient flexibility to incorporate market differences, and achieves impact. This solution will be expected to be in the form of a detailed model incorporating fund design, fund delivery, management and governance arrangements, and sufficiently robust to allow the LEPs to subsequently engage in a Block 2 Ex-Ante Assessment process. An early implementation of the solution is also important.

CPU1969 Independent Financial Advice

Nottingham City Council | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
Winner
Samra wealth Management Limited
cpvs
66000000

Nottingham City Council's Deputyship Team manages the property and financial affairs of older people and vulnerable clients, who lack mental capacity to manage these themselves. The Deputyship Team is now seeking to secure the services of an Independent Financial Adviser for its clients who have significant assets.

Independent Financial Advice

NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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66000000

Nottingham City Council's Deputyship Team manages the property and financial affairs of older people and vulnerable clients, who lack mental capacity to manage these themselves. The Deputyship Team is now seeking to secure the services of an Independent Financial Adviser for its clients who have significant assets. The contract period will initially be for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 3 years in yearly increments. Link to ITT https://procontract.due-north.com/Advert?advertId=79744f5c-fce9-e611-80dc-005056b64545&p=527b4bbd-5c58-e511-80ef-000c29c9ba21

Financial Support Services for Creative Quarter Company

CREATIVE QUARTER NOTTINGHAM LIMITED | Published June 26, 2017  -  Deadline July 31, 2017
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66171000

The Big House Call off Contract: Finance Manager We are looking to appoint an experienced Finance Manager on a temporary basis for a call off contract to provide short term financial services to the Creative Quarter Company. Contract Duration - immediate start until March 2018. The Role - To undertake financial support services on behalf of the Creative Quarter Company, including the financial monitoring of ERDF funded programmes. Maintaining the day-to-day financial management systems for the Creative Quarter Company. This will include setting up a Purchase Order system, a payments tracking system, an expenses reimbursement system, an invoicing system and expenditure tracking processes. All of these systems apply to the Company's ERDF Programme. Duties will include; • Establishing and maintaining CQ financial systems and processes. • Making payments against invoices. • Maintaining records of all receipts and payments. • Maintaining the overarching budget for the CQ • Maintaining budgets for the ERDF funding Big House project and other externally funded programmes. • Reconciling balances with bank statements. • Posting and balancing the purchase and sales ledgers • Completing the posting to the nominal ledgers • Maintenance of the fixed asset register • Preparation of payroll, PAYE, NI and pension contributions. • Acting as the delegated contact for the auto enrolment pension scheme. • Preparation of the management accounts for board approval • Assistance with budget setting and monitoring • Timely financial reporting to management and board. • Submitting Companies House, VAT and tax returns in a timely fashion. • Preparation of the annual financial statements for audit. Skills/Experience Required • Academic credentials in a finance related discipline • Experience of financial management of small business • Experience of managing finances within European funded programmes. • Experience of working with a range of stakeholders. Selection The successful candidate will be appointed by a selection process based upon experience, references, and cost. Reporting • The contractor will report to the Chief Executive Officer To Apply 1. Please send your CV and a covering letter outlining: 2. How you meet the contract requirements 3. Your usual monthly rate 4. References from examples of two recent similar contracts of employment. 5. All applications must be submitted by 5pm on Monday 31st July 2017 by email to Catherine Mayhew at admin@creativequarter.com .

SOR1000523 - Financial Services Framework - Request for Information

EMSCU Nottinghamshire Police | Published February 7, 2017
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48812000

EMSCU (East Midlands Strategic Commercial Unit) is a Commercial Team that brings together the two police procurement departments of Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire Police requests information to be submitted as part of this RFI regarding your organisation and the services you provide. The same information will be gathered from different organisations and will be used to inform our future service model and procurement plan. EMSCU is committed to the establishment of a national framework for access to Financial and Personal Data. This will encompass the provision of direct access to databases containing the full range of information and services required by Contract Participants (The Participants) of whom we believe there are at least 7 early adopter forces. To access the RFI please visit the below website. The reference is 26719 https://uk.eu-supply.com/ctm/supplier/publictenders?B=BLUELIGHT

PHE - Porton Down Flow Cytometers

Public Health England | Published September 30, 2016  -  Deadline November 1, 2016
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PHE Porton Down Require 2 Flow Cytometers to Match the supplier User Requirement Specification (URS) as shown within this ITT. The requirement is to Purchase 1 Flow Cytometer in financial year 16/17 with the option to purchase the other Flow Cytometer in financial year 17/18.

Leisure Management IT Solution.

Nottingham City Council | Published February 14, 2015
Winner
Gladstone MRM Ltd
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48000000, 48517000, 72000000, 72212517, 48110000, 72212110

During the current 2014/15 financial year it is the intention of the service to specify, procure a complete hardware, software, support and best designed solution to replace our current Gladstone MRM Plus 2 software, which it has used since 2004. Some of the features the system will be able to provide include: — Online bookings; — Mobile phone bookings; — Self serve kiosks; — Offline handheld devices; — Member records; — Subscriptions; — Payment system; — Reception and POS; — Course management.

Clinical-waste disposal services

Nottingham City Council | Published November 12, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
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90524200

Nottingham City Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably competent Contractor to accept and process Clinical Waste. It should be noted that this contract is for the treatment and disposal of clinical waste and not a collection contract.

Clinical Waste is collected from a variety of locations within the City including private households and residential care homes. Approximately 160 tonnes of Clinical Waste was collected and transported for final disposal during the 2015/16 Financial Year.

Clinical waste treatment and disposal.

A Level Grants Programme to Boost Maths and Physics Teacher Recruitment.

Department for Education | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 28, 2015
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80000000

It is a DfE priority to develop a great workforce with strong leadership. This programme specifically contributes to this priority by increasing the number of specialist maths and physics teachers in the classroom. On the 8.12.2014 the Prime Minister announced a five year commitment to fund a package of policies to address the shortfall in STEM teachers. The A level Grants Programme is part of the wider package of initiatives and will be a prestigious new scheme to encourage high quality A level students to select maths and physics related degrees and go into teaching, at a time when we can influence both their choice of degree and career. We will be looking for students with a clear commitment to teaching and a strong academic record in their chosen subject. In return students will receive financial support while studying toward their undergraduate maths or physics related degree, gain school experience and begin their training while still at university. Students are then guaranteed a place on on-the-job teacher training, subject to completing their studies and meeting the entry requirements for Initial Teacher Training (ITT). No other route into teaching offers financial support and the chance to earn a salary in their training year. This programme presents an opportunity to engage with and recruit high quality A level maths and physics students, to develop them into outstanding teachers who will be retained in the profession and will have a positive impact on children and young people. To deliver the high quality programme by the proposed options, it is necessary to combine outstanding recruitment, development of additional undergraduate level training with the very best of the expertise in the Initial Teacher Training (ITT) sector. The programme is also aligned to other teacher training routes in terms of selection and recruitment to ensure parity.

High Potential Senior Leaders Programme – residual cohort delivery

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published February 12, 2016  -  Deadline March 2, 2016
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80000000

Background The Department for Education's (DfE) vision is for a highly educated society in which opportunity is more equal for children and young people, no matter what their background or family circumstances. Some areas of the country and some types of school face particular difficulties in recruiting headteachers. Evidence suggests that failure to recruit a permanent, high quality headteacher can lead to performance dips for schools. The DfE has funded a High Potential Senior Leaders (HPSL) programme since 2006. The programme is designed to raise levels of pupil achievement in England’s challenging schools. It is targeted at attracting and developing aspiring and current high-potential senior leaders from all types of schools who have the talent and commitment to become headteachers of challenging schools within an accelerated timeframe. The new contract: The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), an executive agency of the DfE, is seeking one national provider (or consortium) to deliver the High Potential Senior Leaders (HPSL) programme to two existing cohorts. 1. The current HPSL contract with Future Leaders Trust (FLT) ends on 31 August 2016 and delivery would be required from September 2016 to cover the training requirements for two existing cohorts. This will involve the delivery of Year 3 to c101 participants, who will complete in 2017, and the delivery of Years 2 and 3 to c125 participants who will complete in 2018. 2. The anticipated maximum whole life contract cost will be within the estimated range of £2m and £3m GBP (inclusive of all expenses and exclusive of VAT). VAT (where applicable) will be at the GB prevailing rate. Please note that contract requirements will be subject to available financial resources, supplier performance and flexibility to meet changing demands. 3. Duration in months: a maximum of 30 months (up to and inclusive of September 2018) from the award of the contract. Subject to agreement from DfE Ministers, this will include an initial set up phase during April-July 2016, ready for commencement of programme delivery to existing participants from August 2016, and a close down phase from August to September 2018. The anticipated maximum whole life contract cost will be within the estimated range of £2m and £3m GBP (inclusive of all expenses and exclusive of VAT). VAT (where applicable) will be at the GB prevailing rate. Please note that contract requirements will be subject to available financial resources, supplier performance and flexibility to meet changing demands.

Organisational/digital strategy and redesign of two pilot services

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 16, 2017
Winner
FutureGov
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72000000

Nottinghamshire County Council requires an expert in designing services for the digital age in order to i) make significant financial savings and improve customer satisfaction in two pilot service areas, and ii) produce an exciting transformational organisational/digital strategy. This requirement was procured via the Digital Marketplace: Digital Outcomes and Specialist framework.

X-ray Computed Tomography System (ITT/726).

The University of Nottingham | Published September 30, 2015
Winner
Nikon Meteorology Europe BV
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38512000

(i) (Essential) a base resolution of at least 3 µm. (ii) (Highly desirable) maximum magnification of 150 x. (iii) (Essential) a measurement range of at least (300 × 300 × 700) mm. (iv) (Highly desirable) a 225 kV source. (v) (Desirable) a number of target options (i.e. reflection and transmission targets). (vi) (Essential) a flat panel detector. (vii) (Essential) acquisition PC plus an additional high-end analysis PC. (viii) (Essential) coordinate meteorology software. (ix) (Essential) financial commitment to support at least 1 research student (at PhD level) to start in the next year. (x) (Highly desirable) a willingness to collaborate on research projects to improve the meteorological performance of the instrument. (xi) (Highly desirable) maintenance contract to run for 3 years and to include: — 2 preventative maintenance visits per year, — 2 day response for all technical issues, all spare parts supplied at no cost, upgrades to latest versions of all software. (xii) (Essential) at least 3 days training in the use of the instrument and analysis software.

XRay Computed Tomography System (ITT/726).

University of Nottingham | Published July 22, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
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38512000

(i) (essential) a base resolution of at least 3 µm. (ii) (highly desirable) maximum magnification of 150×. (iii) (essential) a measurement range of at least (300 × 300 × 700) mm. (iv) (highly desirable) a 225 kV source. (v) (desirable) a number of target options (i.e. reflection and transmission targets). (vi) (essential) a flat panel detector. (vii) (essential) acquisition PC plus an additional high-end analysis PC (viii) (essential) coordinate metrology software. (ix) (essential) financial commitment to support at least one research student (at PhD level) to start in the next year. (x) (highly desirable) a willingness to collaborate on research projects to improve the metrological performance of the instrument. (xi) (highly desirable) maintenance contract to run for three years and to include: 2 preventative maintenance visits per year, 2 day response for all technical issues, all spare parts supplied at no cost, upgrades to latest versions of all software. (xii) (essential) at least 3 days training in the use of the instrument and analysis software.

XRay Computed Tomography System (ITT/726).

The University of Nottingham | Published July 22, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015
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38512000

(i) (essential) a base resolution of at least 3 µm. (ii) (highly desirable) maximum magnification of 150×. (iii) (essential) a measurement range of at least (300 × 300 × 700) mm. (iv) (highly desirable) a 225 kV source. (v) (desirable) a number of target options (i.e. reflection and transmission targets). (vi) (essential) a flat panel detector. (vii) (essential) acquisition PC plus an additional high-end analysis PC (viii) (essential) coordinate metrology software. (ix) (essential) financial commitment to support at least one research student (at PhD level) to start in the next year. (x) (highly desirable) a willingness to collaborate on research projects to improve the metrological performance of the instrument. (xi) (highly desirable) maintenance contract to run for three years and to include: 2 preventative maintenance visits per year, 2 day response for all technical issues, all spare parts supplied at no cost, upgrades to latest versions of all software. (xii) (essential) at least 3 days training in the use of the instrument and analysis software.

CPU 1937 - Clinical Waste Treatment and Disposal service provision

Nottingham City Council | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
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905242

Nottingham City Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably competent Contractor to accept and process Clinical Waste. It should be noted that this contract is for the treatment and disposal of clinical waste and not a collection contract. Clinical Waste is collected from a variety of locations within the City including private households and residential care homes. Approximately 160 tonnes of Clinical Waste was collected and transported for final disposal during the 2015/16 Financial Year.

CPU 1937 - Clinical Waste Treatment and Disposal service provision

Nottingham City Council | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
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90524200

Nottingham City Council is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably competent Contractor to accept and process Clinical Waste. It should be noted that this contract is for the treatment and disposal of clinical waste and not a collection contract. Clinical Waste is collected from a variety of locations within the City including private households and residential care homes. Approximately 160 tonnes of Clinical Waste was collected and transported for final disposal during the 2015/16 Financial Year.

C 737 Provision of Video Agency Services.

Nottingham Trent University | Published January 12, 2016
Winner
Fat Free Media Ltd, Spool Films
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79340000, 79341000, 79341400

Nottingham Trent University is looking for video and animation agencies that can either help support us produce a wide range of marketing videos or can help specifically with 1 or more streams of work. The University is aware that video is a key way to communicate with our target audience, drive engagement and is a fantastic way of getting the word out especially when used socially. We do not want to look at video in isolation but also how it fits into a multi-channel customer journey. To achieve this the University is looking for agencies with the ability to be creative and innovative in their approach and that can become part of our virtual Digital Marketing and Creative Services team. An understanding of the University's brand and ambition is essential. As a University we use a matrix approach to the production of videos, including an internal AV support team, who are able to produce a range of video for web and other distribution, and our own students. However we frequently need agency support from specialists in this area to produce higher specification video for use at events and broadcast via the web. We are seeking creative professional agencies for Video production that are able to meet our quick turnarounds and on occasion work with our other video producers. The University is looking for support, across the following areas, in developing these formats so they are engaging and clearly fit with the wider creative marketing strategy: — Formal events — Graduation, Distinguished Lectures; — Location and environment — Nottingham, campus x 3, accommodations, facilities; — Student and Staff Profiles — and development of our house style away from the standard talking heads; — News — external and internal; — Campaigns. The University's approximate expenditure over the last financial year 2013/14 (including VAT if applicable) for Video Agency Services was approximately 150 000 GBP. This figure is indicative and subject to fluctuation as the University gives no assurances or guarantee in regard to the levels of future business.

737 Provision of Video Agency Services.

Nottingham Trent University | Published February 4, 2015  -  Deadline February 20, 2015
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79340000, 79341000, 79341400

Nottingham Trent University is looking for video and animation agencies that can either help support us produce a wide range of marketing videos or can help specifically with 1 or more streams of work. The University is aware that video is a key way to communicate with our target audience, drive engagement and is a fantastic way of getting the word out especially when used socially. We do not want to look at video in isolation but also how it fits into a multi-channel customer journey. To achieve this the University is looking for agencies with the ability to be creative and innovative in their approach and that can become part of our virtual Digital Marketing and Creative Services team. An understanding of the University"s brand and ambition is essential. As a University we use a matrix approach to the production of videos, including an internal AV support team, who are able to produce a range of video for web and other distribution, and our own students. However we frequently need agency support from specialists in this area to produce higher specification video for use at events and broadcast via the web. We are seeking creative professional agencies for Video production that are able to meet our quick turnarounds and on occasion work with our other video producers. The University is looking for support, across the following areas, in developing these formats so they are engaging and clearly fit with the wider creative marketing strategy: — Formal events — Graduation, Distinguished Lectures. — Location and environment — Nottingham, campus x 3, accommodations, facilities. — Student and Staff Profiles — and development of our house style away from the standard talking heads. — News — external and internal. — Campaigns. The University's approximate expenditure over the last financial year 2013/14 (including VAT if applicable) for Video Agency Services was approximately GBP 150 000. This figure is indicative and subject to fluctuation as the University gives no assurances or guarantee in regard to the levels of future business.