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Financial leasing services

NHS Shared Business Services | Published May 18, 2016
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Financial leasing services

Financial consultancy, financial transaction processing and clearing-house services

HMRC | Published February 18, 2017
Winner
KPMG LLP
cpvs
66170000

API Banking Integration Consultancy.

Continuing Healthcare Brokerage and Financial Management Service.

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published March 11, 2015  -  Deadline April 24, 2015
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75100000, 79990000, 75000000, 79000000, 79500000, 79900000

NHS Brent, NHS Harrow and NHS Hillingdon Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) wish to commission an efficient, cost effective brokerage and invoice management service for the Continuing Healthcare (CHC) service in their communities.

Continuing Healthcare Brokerage and Financial Management Service — Prior Information Notice.

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published January 29, 2015
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75100000, 75000000, 79000000, 79500000, 79900000, 79990000

NHS Brent, NHS Harrow and NHS Hillingdon Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are inviting Expressions of Interest for the delivery of an efficient, cost effective brokerage and invoice management service for the Continuing Healthcare (CHC) service in their communities. The CCGs want to commission a service that provides fast and responsive placement of patients, whilst working closely with the CCG's CHC clinical assessment teams. There is also the requirement for a single point of access into the service and the timely payment of invoices in line with the CCGs Funding Protocol.

Government Banking Service — Money Transmission Services.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | Published May 2, 2015
Winner
Barclays Bank Plc, The Royal Bank of Scotland Plc, Citibank N.A., London Branch
cpvs
66110000, 66111000, 66172000, 66180000, 66600000, 66115000

Banking services. Central bank services. Financial transaction processing and clearing-house services. Foreign exchange services. Treasury services. International payment transfer services. The Government Banking Service was established in April 2008 and is the banking shared service provider to government and the wider public sector. It is part of HM Revenue & Customs and incorporates the Office of HM Paymaster General which has provided banking services to the public sector since 1836.The Government Banking Service's core purposes are to 1) Hold the working balances of HM Government at the Bank of England, 2) To facilitate modern cost effective direct to bank money transmission services for its customers; and 3) To ensure timely and accurate reporting to HM Treasury to help improve Government Cash Management and reduce Government borrowing costs.The services will evolve rapidly over the proposed life of the framework agreement and the Government Banking Service partners will be required to provide flexible, sustainable solutions which help government achieve its ‘digital by default' agenda. The partners will be required to ensure government is well positioned to take advantage of the changing payment technology landscape. The contracts awarded provide a pan government framework agreement for use by the UK public sector bodies detailed in the Contract Notice. Government Banking Service suppliers will provide Money Transmission Services in respect of the following Lots: Lot 1: Banking and Financial Services - Bank A Lot 2: Banking and Financial Services - Bank B Lot 3: Bulk Foreign Exchange Services The framework agreement is being awarded to a single contractor per Lot.

Strategic Delivery Partner

 | Published October 12, 2015  -  Deadline January 1, 2016
cpvs
51100000

The purpose of this Prior Information Notice (PIN) is: (a) to give potential tenderers advance notice that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) currently intend to undertake a tendering exercise for a Strategic Delivery Partner, further details of which are given below, and (b) to advise potential tenderers of an upcoming Supplier Event which will be held on 26/10/2015 in London, at 11am. Followed by opportunities to meet with HMRC on a one to one basis, to be arranged on the supplier day. HMRC has set out its vision for its future office network as part of its Building our Future Programme. HMRC will create 14 Regional Centres across the UK, of which the majority are expected to be new build properties. These will vary in size from 1,200 to 7,500 staff. Migration is expected to be over 5 years. The existing 170 offices will close as new Regional Centres open. There will be a small number of specialist sites in addition to the Regional Centres. Some Regional Centres may form part of larger Government Hub campuses. The requirement is for a Strategic Delivery Partner with the experience to develop and deliver the HMRC Building our Future Property Programme. The partner will work with HMRC and advise on, develop and deliver an overall integrated Building our Future Programme, comment and evaluate individual developments within it; creating a long term management regime and occupier strategy. HMRC is seeking to engage with organisations or consortia who might be interested in working with the Department to develop its requirements and procurement strategy. Services to be delivered may include: General Programme and Project Management Governance Project Management Office Communications, Marketing and Publicity Property Property/Asset Management Property Acquisitions Freehold/Leasehold Appraisal Construction & Fit Out Financial Business Case Development Financial Appraisal/Cost Modelling Benefit Realisation Investment Funding Commercial Procurement Supply Chain Management Technical M&E Standards Technical Standards (including Environmental) Interior Design IT Cabling Infrastructure Supplier Knowledge & Attributes: UK Coverage Multi-disciplinary organisation FM & Construction Expertise Commercial acumen Public Sector Procurement Government Soft Landings Logistical & Staff Migration Planning Further details about the requirement will be available at the Supplier Event.

Internal Audit 16

University of Salford | Published June 22, 2016
Winner
Baker Tilly RSM
cpvs
79212200

UOS is seeking to appoint a supplier for Internal Audit. The internal audit service is responsible for providing an objective, independent appraisal of all the institution's activities, financial and otherwise. It should provide a service to the whole organisation, including the governing body and all levels of management. It is not an extension of, nor a substitute for, good management, although it can have a role in advising management. Under the Memorandum of assurance and accountability between HEFCE and Institutions, the internal audit service is responsible for evaluating and reporting to the institution's governing body and head of institution, thereby providing them with assurance on the arrangements for risk management control, governance, Value for Money (VFM) and the management and quality assurance of data. It remains the duty of management, not the internal auditor, to operate these arrangements.

Please register your details at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/salford/aspx/Home in order to be able to download the Pre-qualifying questionnaire (PQQ).

HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE PEER SUPPORT

 | Published February 19, 2016  -  Deadline March 14, 2016
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85000000

Brent CCG and London Borough of Brent have a joint vision in relation to the commissioning of Mental Health services over the next 5 years. This vision does not describe all of the service developments within the mental health arena, but the key areas that the council and CCG will work on together. Future commissioning is, to an extent, steered by the significantly challenging financial environment for commissioners of Mental Health services locally. Resources available for commissioners are subject to substantial pressures in 2016 and beyond. This has inevitably led commissioners, providers and stakeholders to consider the future model for services and how these can be better aligned or integrated, with the aim of reducing demand for services, promoting earlier intervention and to ensure best value for money. This must all be achieved against a background of increasing demand and an ageing population. Our joint vision for commissioning emphasises the need to promote recovery and support people to overcome the consequences of mental illness so that they can lead satisfying, independent and productive lives.

Internal Audit 16.

University of Salford | Published February 19, 2016  -  Deadline March 18, 2016
cpvs
79212200

UOS is seeking to appoint a supplier for Internal Audit. The internal audit service is responsible for providing an objective, independent appraisal of all the institution's activities, financial and otherwise. It should provide a service to the whole organisation, including the governing body and all levels of management. It is not an extension of, nor a substitute for, good management, although it can have a role in advising management. Under the Memorandum of assurance and accountability between HEFCE and Institutions, the internal audit service is responsible for evaluating and reporting to the institution's governing body and head of institution, thereby providing them with assurance on the arrangements for risk management control, governance, Value for Money (VFM) and the management and quality assurance of data. It remains the duty of management, not the internal auditor, to operate these arrangements.

Please register your details at: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/salford/aspx/Home in order to be able to download the Pre-Qualifying questionnaire. (PQQ).

Strategic Delivery Partner.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | Published October 14, 2015
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71541000, 71540000, 79418000, 70330000, 45210000, 45300000, 79200000, 79410000, 45350000, 51100000, 51600000

The purpose of this Prior Information Notice (PIN) is: (a) to give potential tenderers advance notice that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) currently intend to undertake a tendering exercise for a Strategic Delivery Partner, further details of which are given below, and (b) to advise potential tenderers of an upcoming Supplier Event which will be held on 26/10/2015 in London, at 11 am. Followed by opportunities to meet with HMRC on a one to one basis, to be arranged on the supplier day. HMRC has set out its vision for its future office network as part of its Building our Future Programme. HMRC will create 14 Regional Centres across the UK, of which the majority are expected to be new build properties. These will vary in size from 1 200 to 7 500 staff. Migration is expected to be over 5 years. The existing 170 offices will close as new Regional Centres open. There will be a small number of specialist sites in addition to the Regional Centres. Some Regional Centres may form part of larger Government Hub campuses. The requirement is for a Strategic Delivery Partner with the experience to develop and deliver the HMRC Building our Future Property Programme. The partner will work with HMRC and advise on, develop and deliver an overall integrated Building our Future Programme, comment and evaluate individual developments within it; creating a long term management regime and occupier strategy. HMRC is seeking to engage with organisations or consortia who might be interested in working with the Department to develop its requirements and procurement strategy. Services to be delivered may include: — General. — Programme and Project Management. — Governance. — Project Management Office. — Communications, Marketing and Publicity. — Property. — Property/Asset Management. — Property Acquisitions. — Freehold/Leasehold Appraisal. — Construction and Fit Out. — Financial. — Business Case Development. — Financial Appraisal/Cost Modelling. — Benefit Realisation. — Investment Funding. — Commercial. — Procurement. — Supply Chain Management. — Technical. — M&E Standards. — Technical Standards (including Environmental). — Interior Design. — IT Cabling Infrastructure. Supplier Knowledge and Attributes: — UK Coverage. — Multi-disciplinary organisation. — FM and Construction Expertise. — Commercial acumen. — Public Sector Procurement. — Government Soft Landings. — Logistical and Staff Migration Planning. Further details about the requirement will be available at the Supplier Event.

Lease Advisory Services.

NHS Shared Business Services | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
cpvs
66114000

NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) wishes to establish a framework agreement for the provision of Financial Lease Advisory Services which will include lease portfolio reviews and advisory services. This will include but will not be limited to, lease procurement and management, lease adjustment, lease comparison and option appraisal, formation of specialised leases, lease replacement planning, maintenance renewal solutions, with the aim to provide guidance and services to assist in the evaluation and management of the Authorities existing lease portfolio with a view to identifying any value added benefit, cash releasing savings and/or changes in contract conditions to the benefit of the Authorities. NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) wishes to establish a framework agreement for use by or on behalf of current and future NHS SBS clients, including without limitation (I) any national health service (NHS) trust, (II) other persons and bodies exercising NHS functions or otherwise providing NHS services (including, but not limited to primary care trusts, strategic health authorities and foundation trusts) (being other NHS entities), (III) other UK public sector bodies providing non-health services, (IV) private sector entities in the UK and Isle of Man public services sector. (see section VI.3, Additional Information).

Courier services

HM Revenue & Customs | Published January 6, 2017
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64120000, 64121000, 60161000, 64100000

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is the UK's tax, payment and customs authority. We collect the money that pays for the UK's public services and help families and individuals with targeted financial support. To support HMRC's business operations, we have a requirement for a modern, safe and reliable Courier Service the core element of which is to move small goods with a value of up to 500 GBP and paper (much of which contains customer data) between HMRC offices. Security of data as it moves is of paramount importance but we are looking for great value for money too.

Currently HMRC operates out of circa 300 offices across the UK and Northern Ireland however, we anticipated the demand and the number of sites will reduce significantly during the proposed contract period.

HMRC will be holding a supplier engagement event in Lincoln on 25.1.2017 to provide an opportunity for potential suppliers to learn more about the requirement and procurement time-scales. The event also gives HMRC the opportunity to gather vital market information from suppliers which will help to shape and refine the service specification. The event will be structured to allow for a general presentation from HMRC business representatives including a Q&A session. We will then conduct 1-2-1 meetings providing an opportunity for both HMRC and suppliers to discuss the requirement in further detail. Due to venue limitations, we are restricting numbers to a maximum of 2 attendees per supplier. To attend the event, suppliers will need to register on the HMRC SAP Ariba eSourcing portal. Guidance on how to register can be found at:

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/528355/SAP_Ariba_Sourcing_Professional_Supplier_s_Guide_-_June_2016.pdf

Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Software Package.

Salford City Council | Published March 15, 2016
Winner
SAP UK Limited
cpvs
48451000

Enterprise resource planning software package. Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Software package. In the context of Salford City Council and Liverpool City Council having decided to cooperate in the area of financial systems software and infrastructure with a view to sharing and saving costs. The contract relates to the acquisition by Salford City Council of enhancements to the Enterprise Resource Planning licence and infrastructure platform provided by SAP UK Limited, both on a perpetual and fixed term contract basis. The creation of a SAP public sector collaboration will sustain a system support model and enable the exploitation of technology opportunities, with Salford City Council able to utilise the SAP expertise it has acquired over the past decade. As part of the ongoing development of the system, new technology has been introduced to support the requirements of the Council's transformation programme in order to make further efficiencies in back office operations and to facilitate cooperation with other public sector authorities which operate on the same platform. The SAP Hana platform provides a real time in memory data cloud based solution for the hosting of SAP based solutions delivered by Salford City Council as the lead authority supporting SAP S/4 applications. The platform will provide a single database instance serving multiple tenants in a virtualised cloud environment and will be able to be provided by the lead authority as the technical foundation of cooperation with other public sector authorities. While the proposed contract will initially be undertaken in cooperation with Liverpool City Council, the expectation is that there will be cooperation with other public sector bodies on a maximum 5 year term (with cooperating parties all co-terminating).

Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Software Package

 | Published March 14, 2016
Winner
SAP UK Limited
cpvs
48451000

Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Software package . In the context of Salford City Council and Liverpool City Council having decided to co-operate in the area of financial systems software and infrastructure with a view to sharing and saving costs. The contract relates to the acquisition by Salford City Council of enhancements to the Enterprise Resource Planning licence and infrastructure platform provided by SAP UK Limited, both on a perpetual and fixed term contract basis. The creation of a SAP public sector collaboration will sustain a system support model and enable the exploitation of technology opportunities, with Salford City Council able to utilise the SAP expertise it has acquired over the past decade. As part of the ongoing development of the system, new technology has been introduced to support the requirements of the Council’s transformation programme in order to make further efficiencies in back office operations and to facilitate cooperation with other public sector authorities which operate on the same platform. The SAP Hana platform provides a real time in memory data cloud based solution for the hosting of SAP based solutions delivered by Salford City Council as the lead authority supporting SAP S/4 applications. The platform will provide a single database instance serving multiple tenants in a virtualised cloud environment and will be able to be provided by the lead authority as the technical foundation of cooperation with other public sector authorities. While the proposed contract will initially be undertaken in cooperation with Liverpool City Council, the expectation is that there will be cooperation with other public sector bodies on a maximum 5 year term (with co-operating parties all co-terminating).

Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Software Package.

Salford City Council | Published March 15, 2016
Winner
SAP UK Limited
cpvs
48451000

Enterprise resource planning software package. Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Software package. In the context of Salford City Council and Liverpool City Council having decided to cooperate in the area of financial systems software and infrastructure with a view to sharing and saving costs. The contract relates to the acquisition by Salford City Council of enhancements to the Enterprise Resource Planning licence and infrastructure platform provided by SAP UK Limited, both on a perpetual and fixed term contract basis. The creation of a SAP public sector collaboration will sustain a system support model and enable the exploitation of technology opportunities, with Salford City Council able to utilise the SAP expertise it has acquired over the past decade. As part of the ongoing development of the system, new technology has been introduced to support the requirements of the Council's transformation programme in order to make further efficiencies in back office operations and to facilitate cooperation with other public sector authorities which operate on the same platform. The SAP Hana platform provides a real time in memory data cloud based solution for the hosting of SAP based solutions delivered by Salford City Council as the lead authority supporting SAP S/4 applications. The platform will provide a single database instance serving multiple tenants in a virtualised cloud environment and will be able to be provided by the lead authority as the technical foundation of cooperation with other public sector authorities. While the proposed contract will initially be undertaken in cooperation with Liverpool City Council, the expectation is that there will be cooperation with other public sector bodies on a maximum 5 year term (with cooperating parties all co-terminating).

HMRC- On line recruitment tests

H M REVENUE & CUSTOMS | Published January 27, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
cpvs
72210000

HMRC is the UK’s tax administration and ensures that the money is available to fund the UKs public services. HMRC also helps families and individual with targeted financial support. HMRC have a requirement to recruit candidates into specialist positions within the organisation to enable its objectives to be met. HMRC expect to receive at least 15,000 applications for Data and Intelligence Analyst positions within Risk and Intelligence Service (RIS) and Fraud Investigation Service (FIS). HMRC require a supplier to work with Civil Service Resourcing to develop and attach three (3) online tests to vacancies at Senior Officer, Higher Officer and Officer grades to test candidate aptitude to ensure entry standards to the Civil Service are maintained. The supplier must ensure that these online tests are suitable to recruit at the grades listed above to the Civil Service and should be able to demonstrate how they distinguish between the various grades. These online tests will be used as de-selection tools to reduce the application numbers for each campaign to a manageable number and will be designed to test candidates' ability in numerical reasoning, verbal reasoning and analytical thinking. HMRC are therefore seeking (a) supplier(s) who will be able to provide the following tests: Lot 1: - Numerical Reasoning test - Verbal Reasoning test Lot 2: -HMRC also have a requirement for a supplier to develop an analytical test for HMRC User System The supplier of on line tests must be fully compatible with and can run via the WCN system version 9 or explain how they will implement their Numerical Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning tests onto the WCN system to be available from May 2016. The Analysis Test must be available from October 2016. HMRC will hold the Intellectual Property rights of the Analysis Test for future use. The supplier will need to be able to deliver an integration solution if required, involving agile working methods with the Application Tracking System provider.

The Provision of External Audit Services on behalf of NHS Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group

NHS Shared Business Services | Published February 1, 2017  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
Winner
Grant Thornton UK LLP
cpvs
79210000

The aim of the Mini Competition/Invitation to Quote (ITQ) for The Provision of External Audit Services on behalf of NHS Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group was to provide a service which meets the requirements of the Local Accountability Act 2014: • an auditor panel must be appointed to advise on the appointments (Part 3 section 8 and 9 of the Act) • a local (external) auditor must be appointed to audit the annual accounts by 31 December of the preceding year (Part 3, section 7(1) of the Act) • an external auditor must be eligible for appointment in line with the Financial Reporting Council's (FRC) requirements (Part 4 and Schedule 5 of the Act) • the appointment can be for longer than a year but there must be a new appointment at least once every 5 years (Part 3, section 7(2) of the Act) • an auditor can be re-appointed for further terms (Part 3, section 7(3) of the Act).

The Provision of External Audit Services on behalf of NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group

NHS Shared Business Services | Published February 1, 2017  -  Deadline October 7, 2016
Winner
KPMG LLP
cpvs
79210000

The aim of the Mini Competition/Invitation to Quote (ITQ) for The Provision of External Audit Services on behalf of NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group was to provide a service which meets the requirements of the Local Accountability Act 2014: • an auditor panel must be appointed to advise on the appointments (Part 3 section 8 and 9 of the Act) • a local (external) auditor must be appointed to audit the annual accounts by 31 December of the preceding year (Part 3, section 7(1) of the Act) • an external auditor must be eligible for appointment in line with the Financial Reporting Council's (FRC) requirements (Part 4 and Schedule 5 of the Act) • the appointment can be for longer than a year but there must be a new appointment at least once every 5 years (Part 3, section 7(2) of the Act) • an auditor can be re-appointed for further terms (Part 3, section 7(3) of the Act).

The Provision of External Audit Services - NHS Stockport CCG

NHS Shared Business Services | Published January 26, 2017  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
Winner
KPMG LLP
cpvs
79210000

The aim of this Mini Competition is to provide a service which meets the requirements of the Local Accountability Act 2014: • an auditor panel must be appointed to advise on the appointments (Part 3 section 8 and 9 of the Act) • a local (external) auditor must be appointed to audit the annual accounts by 31 December of the preceding year (Part 3, section 7(1) of the Act) • an external auditor must be eligible for appointment in line with the Financial Reporting Council's (FRC) requirements (Part 4 and Schedule 5 of the Act) • the appointment can be for longer than a year but there must be a new appointment at least once every 5 years (Part 3, section 7(2) of the Act) • an auditor can be re-appointed for further terms (Part 3, section 7(3) of the Act). It will supply NHS Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group.

The Provision of External Audit Services - NHS Bolton CCG

NHS Shared Business Services | Published January 26, 2017  -  Deadline September 14, 2016
Winner
KPMG LLP
cpvs
79210000

The aim of this Mini Competition is to provide a service which meets the requirements of the Local Accountability Act 2014: • an auditor panel must be appointed to advise on the appointments (Part 3 section 8 and 9 of the Act) • a local (external) auditor must be appointed to audit the annual accounts by 31 December of the preceding year (Part 3, section 7(1) of the Act) • an external auditor must be eligible for appointment in line with the Financial Reporting Council's (FRC) requirements (Part 4 and Schedule 5 of the Act) • the appointment can be for longer than a year but there must be a new appointment at least once every 5 years (Part 3, section 7(2) of the Act) • an auditor can be re-appointed for further terms (Part 3, section 7(3) of the Act). It will supply NHS Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group.