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Financial systems software package

Rotherham MBC | Published February 4, 2016
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Financial systems software package

Financial systems software package

Rotherham MBC | Published January 29, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016
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Financial systems software package

Financial systems software package

Rotherham MBC | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline March 15, 2016
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Financial systems software package

BARNSLEY DONCASTER AND ROTHERHAM WASTE PARTNERSHIP FINANCIAL CONSULTANCY

 | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
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66000000

The Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham (BDR) Waste Partnership seek tenders for a Framework Services Agreement for Financial Services. This will be a 3-year framework, with a possible 1-year extension; which will be determined in the 3rd year of the agreement.

BARNSLEY DONCASTER AND ROTHERHAM WASTE PARTNERSHIP FINANCIAL CONSULTANCY

Rotherham MBC | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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66000000, 66171000

The Authority is seeking to procure a Finance Consultancy partner to operate a Framework Agreement to deliver Financial Services, with the onus on advice in relation to operational savings in the BDR Waste PFI Contracts.  This will be a 3-year agreement, with a possible 1-year extension, to be determined during the 3rd year of the Contract. 

 

Core Management Information System for Schools.

Rotherham MBC | Published March 27, 2015
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48000000, 48100000, 48190000, 48311000, 72212710, 72212771, 72212781, 72212782, 72212783, 72212900, 72212983, 72262000, 72263000, 72266000, 72267100, 72268000, 72212100, 72212190, 72212330, 72212440, 72212443, 72212517, 48441000, 48442000, 48440000, 48517000, 48700000, 48771000, 72000000

RMBC are seeking a provider who can supply a Core Management Information System and a Financial Management System for schools across Rotherham. This platform will be used to manage their financial, pupil and staff data. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=151189

Solution for Secure Back-up of Schools Data.

Rotherham MBC | Published March 27, 2015
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72900000, 72910000, 72317000, 72300000, 72322000, 79996100

RMBC is seeking a provider who can provide a secure back up solution for Schools. This solution will be expected to store Financial, Pupil and Staff related data. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=151171

Minor Oral Surgery (Tier 2) — contract Award.

NHS England — North (Yorkshire and the Humber) | Published May 15, 2015
Winner
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
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85100000, 85130000

This procurement is for a the provision of a Minor Oral Surgery Service. Please note that episodes of treatment levels are capped per financial year. Barnsley (Capped episodes of treatment levels 850) Bassetlaw (Capped episodes of treatment levels 250) Rotherham (Capped episodes of treatment levels 600) Sheffield East Wards (Capped episodes of treatment levels 600) Sheffield West Wards (Capped episodes of treatment levels 600).

15-043 Sundry Debtors

Rotherham MBC | Published August 3, 2016
Winner
Civica UK Ltd
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48442000, 48441000, 48443000, 48812000, 48983000, 48444000, 48444100, 72212442, 72212422, 72212440, 72212441

RMBC is looking for an experienced supplier to provide a Sundry Debtors platform which will perform a range of services, including a total billing and recovery process from the raising of customer accounts and invoices, through recovery stages including use of external collection agents and legal proceedings. It must also be to integrate with the Council financial solution which is currently provided by Advanced Business Solutions.

15-043 Sundry Debtors

Rotherham MBC | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline March 15, 2016
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48441000, 48442000, 48443000, 48444000, 48444100, 48812000, 48983000, 72212422, 72212440, 72212441, 72212442

RMBC is looking for an experienced supplier to provide a Sundry Debtors platform which will perform a range of services, including a total billing and recovery process from the raising of customer accounts and invoices, through recovery stages including use of external collection agents and legal proceedings. It must also be to integrate with the Council financial solution which is currently provided by Advanced Business Solutions 

15-124 Early Years Education Solution

Rotherham MBC | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
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48000000, 48100000, 72000000, 72200000, 72210000, 72211000, 72212517, 72260000

RMBC is looking for a software platform from an experienced supplier that can help support a range of activities linked to RMBC early years services.  This should include functionality such as Early Year Education Eligibility Checking, a range of financial calculations and to be integrated with the current FIS platform.  It should also provide portals to allow a range of providers to access this solution. 

 

15-087 Creating Warmer Homes

 | Published October 27, 2015  -  Deadline October 11, 2015
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44000000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a service provider who can provide a service of helping homeowners identify and help them to access services for improvements to the insulation and heating measures of their homes. The provider will have existing agreements in place with contract partners who will install/repair the measures. The service will align to recommendations in NICE Guidance NG6 by providing the single point of contact for energy efficiency advice and support, access to additional improvement/repair schemes and cost saving for energy bills. The provider will work with partners of the Rotherham Creating Warmer Homes Strategy (RCWHS) group and other health, statutory and voluntary sector stakeholders in the borough. This service contract is for this financial year (2015/16), all measures to be installed by March 2016. More information on the aims, objectives and outcomes are set out in the attached.

15-087 Creating Warmer Homes

Rotherham MBC | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline October 26, 2015
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09000000, 31000000, 44000000, 45000000, 50000000, 51000000, 71000000, 76000000, 80000000, 85000000, 98000000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a service provider who can provide a service of helping homeowners identify and help them to access services for improvements to the insulation and heating measures of their homes.  The provider will have existing agreements in place with contract partners who will install/repair the measures.

 

The service will align to recommendations in NICE Guidance NG6 by providing the single point of contact for energy efficiency advice and support, access to additional improvement/repair schemes and cost saving for energy bills.  The provider will work with partners of the Rotherham Creating Warmer Homes Strategy (RCWHS) group and other health, statutory and voluntary sector stakeholders in the borough.

 

This service contract is for this financial year (2015/16), all measures to be installed by March 2016.  More information on the aims, objectives and outcomes are set out in the tender documents..

 

16-037: RVCP Caravan Site Proposals & Business Case Review

 | Published June 3, 2016  -  Deadline June 20, 2016
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79000000

Rother Valley Country Park is the largest managed green space in Rotherham. It has an established reputation for providing high quality affordable outdoor recreation for local people, as well as attracting visitors to Rotherham from further afield. It is a substantial business, with an annual turnover of around £880K. The park operates very efficiently. The net running cost has decreased significantly over recent years, largely through income growth from a series of (small scale) capital investments. Income-related budget savings of £80K and £120K for 2015-16 and 2016-17 respectively were agreed in 2014. The £80K saving has been achieved, but the £120K saving for 2016-17 was predicated on the development of a caravan site in the park, as research had indicated significant business growth potential from such a scheme. Further savings of £169K, also for 2016-17, were agreed as part of the latest budget review. These comprise both staff reductions and an increased car park income target. Together with the previously agreed saving, this makes a total budget saving of £289K for 2016-17 which removes the Council's subsidy and replaces it with a profit target of around £50K. Following development of designs and financial projections for a touring caravan site, a Strategic Outline Case was submitted in 2015 for consideration within the Council's new Capital Projects process. However, this was rejected during the 2016-17 budget setting process, even though the associated savings remain in place. It is therefore unlikely that the budget that has been set for the park will be achievable in the foreseeable future, unless the case for the Council developing a caravan site is considered again. It has therefore been agreed that the business case and associated financial projections should be subjected to independent assessment to establish whether they are sound and can therefore be used to support a decision by the Council to undertake the project. The intention is to award to a single supplier. All suppliers who wish to be considered for this quotation must register on the YORtender system and electronically complete and upload the quotation documents onto the system no later than no later than 12 noon on Monday 20th June 2016. All Requests for Quotation must be returned through the YORtender system and will not be accepted by any other means. The details set out in this RFQ are given in good faith and believed to be correct. However, RMBC does not warrant the accuracy of those details and each bidder should make its own appropriate enquiries.

14-082 Roma Matrix Employability & Entrepreneurship

Rotherham MBC | Published July 16, 2014  -  Deadline August 11, 2014
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80000000, 85322000, 98000000

Rotherham Roma MATRIX project funding is available as follows:

·         Lot 1 - £17,000 to deliver employability programmes (5 programmes @ £3,400 each) 

·         Lot 2 - £12,900 to deliver entrepreneurship programmes (4 programmes @ £3225 each)

Roma MATRIX is a European project that aims to combat racism, intolerance and xenophobia towards Roma and to increase integration, though a programme of action across Europe. Roma MATRIX is led by Migration Yorkshire and is a partnership of 20 organisations in 10 EU member states, including Rotherham MBC. The project is run with financial support from the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme of the European Union. 

The target group for the funding is EU migrant Roma adults and/or young people.  

We are looking for programmes that meet the needs of Roma women and men from diverse EU migrant nationalities, for example, Czech, Slovakian and Romanian Roma.

 

Within each lot you can bid for as many programmes as you believe your organisation are capable of providing but each lot could be awarded to more than one provider where possible.

 

14-054 Security Doors

Rotherham MBC | Published May 21, 2014  -  Deadline June 12, 2014
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35000000, 44221200

Rotherham MBC is inviting tenders for the supply and fit of High Security Entrance Doors for Communal Flats across the borough.

The Rotherham MBC (the Council) are about to embark on a programme of replacing the main entrance doors to blocks of flats across the borough.  Delivery of the programme is anticipated to be spread out over the next financial year 2014/15 and will be issued to the successful contractor in phases. 

There are 78 blocks requiring high security doors, this is a combination of x1 communal entrance and x2 communal entrances.

The contract is tendered as a works contract and as such with a total value of falls below OJEU requirements.

The form of contract applied is NEC Short Form and Tenders should reflect this in their pricing.

The contract carries no guarantee of volumes or value in any period or over the life of the contract.

Prices are to be firm for the duration of the contract i.e. until 31st March 2016.

The programme for (2014-14) is appended to these contract documents – the final design and measurements are the responsibility of the contractor and the Council does not warrantee any data provided.  The Client will in conjunction with the contractor agree colours, styles and locking mechanisms to be fitted at each location based on the recommendations of the contractor.

In order to simplify pricing the sizes have been banded and contractors will be expected to accommodate the actual requirements within the specified price band following survey. It is therefore expected that the pricing document to be priced by contractors is the App 3 - Pricing Document. RMBC understand that in some instances prices may vary due to the type and nature of the works but in principle this document will be used as a base cost model.

The contract will be awarded subject to a:

·       Review of the prices in App 3 - Pricing Doc CED.

·       The submission of a programme which demonstrates that all the addresses in the App 5 -     Phase 1 Address List 2014-15 can be completed by the end of March 2014. 

·       Compliance with the specification and associated evidence as requested.

·       A company financial check and evidence of the associated insurances as requested.

·       And that all the documents submitted have been filled in correctly and complete.

All correspondence needs to be sent via YORtender and the Council will not enter any dialogue or otherwise by any other channel.

If you do not hear anything within 4 weeks of the tender closing date, then please assume that you have been unsuccessful with your tender return. RMBC would like to thank for your time and co-operation. 

 

 

Alternative Provider of Medical Services — Chantry Bridge Medical Practice (Rotherham, South Yorks).

NHS England (North) — Yorkshire and the Humber Area Team | Published July 11, 2015  -  Deadline August 4, 2015
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85100000

Bidders to note: the basic principles of the open procurement route will be followed for this procurement to test the capacity, capability, and technical competence of Tenderers in accordance with The Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended). Regulation 120 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provides for a temporary exemption and saving for certain NHS procurements. Regulation 120 provides that nothing in the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 affects any contract award procedure that relates to the procurement of health care services for the purposes of the NHS Regulations 2013(b) that is commenced before 18.4.2016 and any subsequent contract awarded as a result of such a procedure. The current Part B regime of the Public Contracts Regulations 2006(as amended) and NHS (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No 2) Regulations 2013(b) will continue to apply to the commissioning of this service. NHS England's Yorkshire and the Humber (Y&tH) Area Team in conjunction with NHS Rotherham Clinical Commissioning Group wish to commission an Alternative Provider of Medical Services (APMS) contract in the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw areas. The aim of the services are to deliver essential, additional and enhanced services to registered patients. The services will be commissioned for: Chantry Bridge Medical Practice (Rotherham, South Yorkshire) The service commencement date will be 1st November 2015. Further information regarding the financial value for the proposed contract can be found within the information contained in the tender documentation. It is proposed that the contract will be awarded initially for a period of 5 years, with the Contracting Authority retaining an option to potentially extend for a further 12 months subject to satisfactory contract performance (equating to a maximum contract duration of 6 years). Further information regarding the financial value for the proposed contract can be found within the information contained in the tender documentation. Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012, the contracting authority must consider how what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the relevant area and how, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing the improvement. North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is managing the process for and on behalf of NHS England Y&tH Area Team, and an electronic tendering portal (In-Tend) will be utilised to manage this process and to communicate with potential providers. Accordingly, there will be no hard copy documents issued to potential providers. To register your interest in providing this service and access the Tender Documentation, please register on the NECS E-Tendering Portal ( https://in-tendhost.co.uk/necs ). It is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of the day. Once registered, potential bidders will be able to view details of the opportunity by selecting the ‘Tenders’ tab, and then selecting ‘Current Tenders’. To view further information on the specific opportunity, scroll down the page until you locate the specific Tender listing and click the button marked ‘View Details’. From this area, you will be able to express your interest by selecting the button marked ‘Express Interest’, and you will then be able to access the Tender documentation. Should you have any queries or experience any problems with the system, please contact the In-Tend Helpdesk by calling +44 8442728810 (Monday to Friday 8:00 to 17:00) or email support@in-tend.co.uk. Alternatively, a help guide can be found on the portal by clicking on the tab marked ‘Guidance for Suppliers’. Please note that the deadline for submission of all bids will be 17:00 on 4.8.2015.

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening Services

 | Published November 3, 2015
Winner
Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
cpvs
85000000

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is managing this procurement process for and on behalf of NHS England (North) Yorkshire & the Humber (the Contracting Authority). The basic principles of the Open Procurement route were followed for this procurement to test the capacity, capability, and technical competence of tenderers in accordance with The Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended). Regulation 120 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provides for a temporary exemption and saving for certain NHS procurements. Regulation 120 provides that nothing in the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 affects any contract award procedure that relates to the procurement of health care services for the purposes of the NHS within the meaning and scope of the National Health Service (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No. 2) Regulations 2013(b), that is commenced before 18th April 2016 and any subsequent contract awarded as a result of such a procedure. The current Part B regime of the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended) and NHS (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No. 2) Regulations 2013(b) will continue to apply to the commissioning of these services until 18th April 2016. The Contracting Authority has commissioned Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening Services in the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw area The aim of AAA is to: Reduce deaths from AAA through early detection, monitoring, and treatment to all men aged 65 re...Regulations 2006 as amended by the Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 (TUPE) may have applied for this contract. Potential Tenderers were advised to form their own view on whether TUPE applies, obtaining their own legal advice and carrying out due diligence The service is to commence on 01 April 2016 for a period of 3 years with the option to extend the contract by a further 1 x 24 month period at the discretion of the Contracting Authority and subject to satisfactory contractual and financial performance. "Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Contracting Authority must consider: (a) how what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the area where it exercises its functions, and (b) how, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing that improvement. Accordingly, the subject matter of the contract had been scoped to take into account the priorities of the Contracting Authority relating to economic, social, and environmental well-being. NECS utilised an electronic tendering system to manage this procurement and communicate with tenderers. Accordingly, there were no hard copy documents issued to tenderers and all communications with NECS including tender submission, were conducted via the portal hosted by (In-Tend), the managed service provider for the NECS electronic tendering system.

15-091 Security Upgrades

Rotherham MBC | Published October 29, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
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35000000, 35100000, 35120000, 35121000, 35121300, 44221200, 44520000, 44521100, 44521110, 44521120, 44521130, 45211000, 45211100, 45211200, 45211300

Ro therham MBC is inviting tenders for the upgrade of Security arrangements across the Borough. This is a combination of:

·         Upgrading the security requirements to 67 blocks of flats, 64 of which will require upgrading from a manual locking system to a magnetic locking system with fob access; such as KMS, similar or approved.

·         Of the total number of flats, 2 will require just the KMS upgrade, similar or approved.

·         Of the total number of flats, 3 will require upgrading to a magnetic system but already have KMS.

 

Ro therham MBC (the Council) recently embarked on a programme of replacing the main entrance doors to blocks of flats across the borough. As part of the recent programme we upgraded the new doors to a KMS electronic fob system. We have since identified that there are blocks as above which had previously had high security doors fitted with a mechanical lock and key option and these need upgrading to a mag-lock system. This will require the installation of mag-posts which will need to be compatible with the profile of the existing doors which are currently in situ. Push to exit buttons will also need fitting as part of the upgrade along with a new fire switch; this is to be located in the side panel and this will need replacing to accommodate the new fire switch.

 

 

The form of contract applied is NEC Short Form and Tenderers should reflect this in their pricing.

 

The contract carries no guarantee of volumes or value in any period or over the life of the contract.

 

Prices are to be firm for the duration of the contract i.e. until 31st March 2016.

 

Th e programme for (2015-16) is appended to these contract documents – the final design and measurements are the responsibility of the Contractor and the Council does not warrant any data provided.  The Client will, in conjunction with the contractor, agree colours, styles and locking mechanisms to be fitted at each location based on the recommendations of the Contractor.

 

In order to simplify pricing the sizes have been banded and Contractors will be expected to accommodate the actual requirements within the specified price band following survey. It is therefore expected that the pricing document to be priced by contractors is Appendix 3 - Pricing Document. RMBC understand that in some instances prices may vary due to the type and nature of the works but in principle this document will be used as a base cost model.

 

The contract will be awarded subject to a:

 

·         Review of the prices in Appendix 3 - Pricing Doc.

·         The submission of a programme which demonstrates that all the addresses in the Appendix 5 – Property List with works required, can be completed by the end of March 2016. 

·         Compliance with the specification and associated evidence as requested.

·         A company financial check and evidence of the associated insurances as requested.

·         And that all the documents submitted have been filled in correctly and complete.

 

Te nders are to be returned via the YORtender system by Friday 20th November 2015 – 12:00 hrs.  All correspondence needs to be sent via YORtender and the Council will not enter any dialogue or otherwise by any other channel.

 

The details set out in this ITT are given in good faith and believed to be correct. However, RMBC does not warrant the accuracy of those details and each Tenderer should make its own appropriate enquiries.

 

Adult Community Learning

Rotherham MBC | Published July 8, 2013  -  Deadline July 15, 2013
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80400000, 98000000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) is commissioned by the Skills Funding Agency through the allocation of the Community Learning grant to provide a range of programmes within the community for adult learners from 19+ onwards. In response to that commission Community Learning provision, RMBC will adhere to the following principles:

 

a)      Improve the skills, motivation, well-being and aspirations of Rotherham’s most disadvantaged people who are least likely to participate, including, those on a low income and with low skills and attainment levels (especially in literacy and numeracy).

 

b)      Support people to make progress into further learning, training and/or employment.

 

c)      Provide inspirational and high quality teaching and learning

 

d)      Build capacity within communities to increase access and opportunities for Rotherham’s most disadvantaged people and those who cannot afford to pay for learning.

 

e)      Commission and fund opportunities based upon fairness and transparency and the delivery of quantifiable outcomes against contractual targets.

 

f)       Create a stable Community Learning provider base to best serve Rotherham’s most vulnerable people.


Delivery should be designed to meet these needs and to be delivered within the local community in liaison with local learning partnerships.

Expressions of interest are invited from suitably experienced organisations wishing to tender to act as providers within the commissioning framework

This tender exercise will establish which organisations have the capability and capacity to act as providers under the 19+ Adult Safeguarding themes. There will be strict criteria for judging tenders against financial stability, quality record, staff establishment, ability to keep data records.

RMBC plans to commit £200,000 of its Skills Funding Agency Community Learning Grant from 1 September 2013 to 31 July 2014 by commissioning a range of organisations that can meet at least one of the following objectives: 

·         Engage with adult learners who may have few or no qualifications, be unemployed or economically inactive or who wish to update their skills to improve their employment prospects, enhance their cultural lives, or contribute to their community.

·         Target excluded and under-represented groups and/or communities.

·         Engage ‘New Arrivals’ and/or those with English as a second language and are in need.

·         Improve people’s access to learning materials to develop relevant study skills, including the use of information technology.

·         Improve health and well-being to enable people to access learning, training, employment and/or to sustain independent living.

·         Encourage family learning and support the development of parenting skills.

·         Raise learners basic skills/ language skills

·         Offer nationally recognised qualifications

·         Promote progression to other training programmes, further education, employment or volunteering.