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Microbiology Managed Service.

Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust | Published October 29, 2015
Winner
Roche Diagnostics Limited
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85111800, 71900000, 38000000, 33696500, 50421000

Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust (as the lead contracting authority) is conducting this procurement on behalf of itself and South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Turst, Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust and Dorset County Hospitals NHS Foundation Trusts (together the PPSA Trusts). The PPSA Trusts are looking to establish a contract with a strategic partner for the provision of a managed service contract for their requirements within the Microbiology discipline, to include, but not limited to, laboratory equipment, maintenance and servicing and all other associated consumables and reagents. This contract does not require a pathology testing service. Currently the equipment is either owned/leased/reagent rental, with additional contractual arrangements for the supply of reagents, consumables and servicing/maintenance. The PPSA Trusts will be responsible for procuring equipment and complying with public procurement regulations. As part of the managed service it is the expectation of the trusts that the successful bidder will oversee all aspects of inventory management and asset management including IT upgrades of those assets (hardware and software), financial performance, performance management, servicing and maintenance.

Venue Sourcing

Serco Regional Services Ltd T/A Peninsula Enterprise | Published December 17, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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80500000, 80520000, 80521000

Procurement Reference (005-2015-P-BWAL) Business Wales provides a first class business support service to Welsh SMEs on behalf of the Welsh Government, funded by the European Regional Development Fund. From January 2016 this service will be delivered by Growth Partnership Wales, a partnership of Business in Focus, Antur Teifi and Peninsula Enterprise. Superfast Business Wales is a new service element of Business Wales, commencing in January 2016. It will support businesses across Wales to understand, adopt and exploit the benefits of Superfast Broadband. Peninsula Enterprise is looking to procure a venue finding and booking service to be contracted initially for a period of 12 months. We are looking for an organisation that can provide a quality and customer focused venue finding and booking service which will help us to deliver our varied events programme to our clients in Wales. On average, Peninsula Enterprise will deliver around 35-40 events per month across Wales including workshops and partner briefings as well as attending exhibitions in order to deliver the Superfast Business Wales service. The successful organisation will be required to provide the activities including: • To source and provide suggestions for quality venues to meet the necessary requirements and budget instructions • Where possible, a written choice of at least three venues for consideration – giving details on costs, facilities (including parking, ICT connectivity and equipment availability), catering arrangements and local transport links, allowing us to make an informed choice and provide information to our funders on why a particular venue was chosen over another • The choice of venues should not to be limited to hotels but should include community centres, village halls, innovation centres etc. We would welcome your suggestions on alternative venues which would attract our business clients • To be able to liaise with the venue so that we receive the best value and possible discounts for bulk booking etc. • As Peninsula Enterprise is committed to providing accessible services to all you will need to ensure that venues meet our accessibility criteria • To liaise between us and the chosen venue over all needs • To be able to settle payments for the venues and associated event costs (e.g. external catering, guest speakers, equipment hire) on our behalf The successful organisation will demonstrate they have: • A clear methodology for delivering a high quality, customer focused and efficient venue finding and booking process • A good understanding of our requirements including best use of financial resources • Commitment to sourcing accessible venues and those that show good environmental credentials The winning organisation will be awarded a Contract, which is expected to commence in February 2016 for a period of 1 year with a potential extension for a further period, subject to performance reviews and procurement rules. The indicative value for the contract is £50,000 (plus VAT); however please note that this value is dependant on the uptake of the service.

Exhibition Design for Plymouth International History Centre.

Plymouth City Council | Published December 16, 2014
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92000000, 92521000, 92521100

Plymouth City Council and its partners have recently obtained a Round 1 pass of 12.8 m GBP from the Heritage Lottery Fund for the Plymouth International History Centre (PIHC). In our application we describe our vision as follows: ‘Plymouth History Centre will put heritage at the heart of our city, transforming people's lives, creating a place and experience to share our rich and diverse collections and their stories with the world. It will bring together at-risk archives, film and artefacts into a sustainable new home. Restored listed buildings will be brought back to life creating an international cultural and learning destination in Britain's Ocean City. More than a building, it will create a new infrastructure transforming the way collections are managed, putting people at its heart, creating active participants. It will connect people with their world-class heritage, building pride and confidence. A seamless blend of technology and tradition will create an exceptional, immersive and fun environment. Walking in the footsteps of Drake, Reynolds, Scott and Astor, our project will communicate the power of the city's collections to reposition Plymouth's role in history and history's role in Plymouth'. The primary objective of the PIHC is to provide an entirely new and exciting visitor experience and service to share the stories and collections of Plymouth and its people with the world. This will be achieved by bringing together the collections of Plymouth City Council's Arts and Heritage Service and the local studies and reference libraries, the South-west Film and Television Archive and the South-west Image Bank into two grade 2 listed buildings. The University of Plymouth is a partner although they do not have collections. The buildings are the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, Central Library buildings and St. Luke's Church. This project has full cross-party support. A feasibility study, control scheme, outline business case, high level Master-plan, activity plan and financial framework have already been developed. The total project cost is expected to be in the region of 25 m GBP of which 2.5 m GBP relates to exhibition costs, subject to review during the Development phase. The HLF Round 1 application followed a considerable amount of development work around the vision for the PIHC, the building plans and the historic collections. We have appointed Atkins as the Technical and Design Team. Prior to any launch of a procurement process for Exhibition Designers, the Council is intending to hold a bidders day in Plymouth on the 6.1.2015. There will be two sessions on 6th January, one 10:00-13:00 and one 14:00-17:00. Each will follow the same format: — Presentation (1 hr): — Welcome and introduction to the Team, — The History centre — background and Exhibition Design brief, — The Procurement Process, — Q&A, — Tea/coffee and informal discussions (1/2 hr), — Tour of site including public realm (1 1/2 hrs), — If you would like to attend the bidders day please contact Hilary Bracegirdle at procurement@plymouth.gov.uk advising which session you would prefer and who will be coming (maximum two people), — If you are unable to attend the bidders day but would like an informal chat about the project, please contact the procurement team on the above e-mail and we will arrange for you to be contacted by a member of the project team, — We will confirm the venue of the bidders day by return, — Please note this invitation is not part of a procurement process. Interested parties should note that a response to this Notice does not guarantee short-listing for further discussions as part of this exercise. In addition, it does not guarantee that an invitation to tender for any future services will be advertised, nor that such a procurement exercise will take place or that any proposals offered would be accepted.</
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