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Financial and insurance services

The University of Sheffield | Published June 11, 2016  -  Deadline July 19, 2016
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66000000, 66515000, 66516100, 66519200, 66500000, 66510000, 66516500

Financial and insurance services

Financial and insurance services

British Business Financial Services Limited | Published May 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
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Financial and insurance services

Consultancy Services North East Lincolnshire Council South Humber Industrial Investment Programme (SHIIP) - Financial due diligence

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published September 24, 2015  -  Deadline September 15, 2015
Winner
Grant Thornton UK LLP
cpvs
66171000

The scope of the proposed review is primarily to provide the Council with assurance on the robustness of the outline business case for the South Humber Industrial Investment Programme (SHIIP), its assumptions, key risks and overall appraisal of the project from a financial perspective.

Financial and insurance services

British Business Bank Investments Limited | Published February 3, 2017
Winner
Ascension Ventures c/o Finance Birmingham
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66000000, 66100000, 66120000, 66122000, 66190000

British Business Bank is conducting this procurement to establish frameworks of fund managers for:-

Lot 1 — Equity funds within the framework range value of 80 000 000 to 300 000 000 GBP across a number of funds;

Lot 2 — Debt funds within the framework range value of 120 000 000 to 400 000 000 GBP across a number of funds;

Lot 3 — Small business loans funds within the framework range value of 30 000 000 to 60 000 000 GBP across a number of funds;

Lot 4 — Proof of concept and early stage funds within the framework range value of 20 000 000 to 40 000 000 GBP across a number of funds;

It is anticipated that the first fund which will call off under the Framework Agreement by way of Mini-Competitions will be The Midlands Engine Fund (MEIF) where there is an expected 250 000 000 GBP to be invested in SME's in the Midlands subject to European Funding. However the scope of the Framework extends to other funds which may be identified during the period of the Framework in the MEIF Area.

Equity Funds where the authority is looking to commit between 80 000 000 and 300 000 000 GBP across a number of funds.

Each investment must satisfy the conditions as outlined in the Contract Notice.

Debt Funds — Where the authority is looking to commit between 120 000 000 and 400 000 000 GBP.

Each loan must satisfy the conditions as outlined in the Contract Notice.

Small Business Loans where the authority is looking to commit between 30 000 000 and 60 000 000 GBP.

Each small business loan must satisfy the conditions as outlined in the Contract Notice.

Proof of Concept and Early Stage Fund where the authority is looking to commit between 20 000 000 GBP and 40 000 000 GBP.

Each equity, quasi-equity or loan investment must satisfy the conditions as outlined in the Contract Notice.

Financial and insurance services

British Business Bank Investments Limited | Published October 8, 2016  -  Deadline November 14, 2016
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66000000, 66100000, 66120000, 66122000, 66190000

Proof of Concept and Early Stage Fund where the authority is looking to commit between 20 000 000 GBP and 40 000 000 GBP

1672/MH Financial Education Provider

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD | Published May 8, 2017  -  Deadline June 5, 2017
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80430000

The University of Sheffield is out to tender on behalf of the Department of Human Resources for a Financial Education Provider. The full technical specification can be found in the tender documentation which will be sent to you once you have expressed your interest. This is a non-EU open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University`s e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield. If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender they must be submitted via the In-tend System, this can be accessed at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield Completed tenders must be returned through the same e-tendering system, the closing date for receipt of tenders is Monday 5th June 2017 at 12 noon (UK time).

GB-Leeds: LS1 2DE

West Yorkshire Combined Authority | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline October 2, 2015
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79400000

Overall project aim is to design and implement a programme of work to refurbish around 700 Smart 5 bus shelters during the 2015/2015 and 2016/2017 financial years.

City Wide Primary Schools Singing Development

Sheffield City Council | Published April 7, 2014  -  Deadline April 23, 2014
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37000000, 80000000, 92000000, 98000000

Sheffield City Council has been successful in securing funding from the Arts Council and is looking to appoint an organisation to deliver singing activities in schools during the financial year to end of March 2015. 

 

University Estate Valuation

 | Published April 28, 2016
Winner
Gerald Eve LLP
cpvs
70332000

The University of Sheffield, Finance Department wish to employ the services of Valuation Surveyors to undertake the process of valuing the Academic and Administration Buildings. The purpose of the Valuation is to determine the worth of the University’s Academic and Administration Assets for inclusion in the University’s financial statements.

89/DM — Supply and delivery of Gift Cards/Vouchers to support a research study.

The University of Sheffield | Published May 2, 2015
Winner
Love2Shop Business Services
cpvs
30199750, 18530000

The University of Sheffield wishes to appoint a supplier/s who can supply and deliver a range of gift cards/vouchers for the purposes of a research project investigating the use of financial incentives to promote complex behavioural change. The Nourishing Start for Health (NOSH) project is exploring the potential of offering women financial incentives (shopping/supermarket vouchers) to breastfeed, with the aim of increasing breastfeeding in areas where breastfeeding rates are well below the national average. The project is managed, sponsored and insured by the University of Sheffield. The research is funded by the National Prevention Research Initiative via the Medical Research Council. Funding for the research intervention (vouchers) is supported by Public Health England. (This procurement is an open procedure conducted as an OJEU Part B exercise).

Lift Refurbishment at Albion, Buckley and Britannia Flats, Barnsley (RE-ADVERTISED)

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 1, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
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BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCILFINANCE, PROPERTY AND INFORMATION SERVICES SELECT TENDER LIST Project: Lift Refurbishment at Albion, Buckley and Britannia Flats, Barnsley (RE-ADVERTISED) Ref.: 07-17-15-01-1169 (Hsg 4424) Estimated value: £600,000 Contract Start: January/February 2016 (replacement works commence on site) Contract Completion: Prior to October 2016 Description of Works: This tender opportunity has been RE-ADVERTISED due to limited interest The sequential refurbishment of 6Nr lifts in Albion, Buckley and Britannia Flats each with ground and six upper floors - comprising removal and disposal of redundant lift installations together with the design, manufacture, delivery, storage, installation, commissioning, final testing and CE marking of new lift installations including all builders work, electrical installations and all other works required to provide a turnkey installation. Each block has two existing lifts and the sequence of working is to be confirmed - lifts will be either replaced in groups of two or three. All works, testing and commissioning are to be completed prior to October 2016 Closing date for application: 12 Noon 11 September 2015 NOTE: Applicants will need to register their interest against this procurement exercise. To pre-qualify Applicants will need to submit a completed selection questionnaire via YORtender. The above information/relevant details include: 1. Applicants are to provide a list of projects, as defined in the selection questionnaire, to demonstrate their experience in carrying out works on similar projects. This must include, as a minimum, completion date, value, description of the works, contract period, form of contract and client contact details. NOTE: References are required to be provided by the contacts listed for your experience and internal references will be used where applicable. Applicants not providing any of the above requested information will not proceed any further. 2. A copy of the most recent, unabbreviated financial accounts for your company and the ultimate parent company that cover the last two years of trading or for the period available if trading for less than two years. The financial accounts provided for assessment should be no more than nine months older than the bidder's latest accounting year end date (in line with Companies House accounts filing requirements). Please Note: Parent Company Accounts will be subject to the same checks as those applied to the bidder. Where concerns are identified around the financial standing of the parent company the interdependencies between the bidder and the parent will be considered and this may impact on the outcome of the financial assessment. Where suitable financial..(view full details to see more)

Thurlstone Primary School - Extensions and Alterations to Form Additional Classrooms and Associated Accommodation

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published October 3, 2015  -  Deadline October 2, 2015
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45000000

BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCILFINANCE, PROPERTY AND INFORMATION SERVICES SELECT TENDER LIST Project: Thurlstone Primary School - Extensions and Alterations to Form Additional Classrooms and Associated Accommodation Ref: 07-17-16-1-1001 Estimated value: £750,000 Contract Start: 18 January 2016 Contract Completion: 9 September 2016 Description of Works: New single storey extensions to the existing school comprising new classrooms, toilet accommodation, library and associated areas including external works and drainage together with alterations within the existing school Closing date for application: 12 Noon Friday 25 September 2015 NOTE: Applicants will need to register their interest against this procurement exercise. Topre-qualify Applicants will need to submit a completed selection questionnaire via YORtender. The above information/relevant details include: 1. Applicants are to provide a list of projects, as defined in the selection questionnaire, to demonstrate their experience in carrying out works on similar projects. This must include, as a minimum, completion date, value, description of the works, contract period, form of contract and client contact details. NOTE: References are required to be provided by the contacts listed for your experience and internal references will be used where applicable. The Barnsley MBC Reference Template changed on the 30 April 2013 and any references (external or internal) on the old template are no longer valid. References must be obtained and submitted on the new template. Applicants not providing any of the above requested information will not proceed any further. 2. A copy of the most recent, unabbreviated financial accounts for your company and the ultimate parent company that cover the last two years of trading or for the period available, if trading for less than two years. The financial accounts provided for assessment should be no more than nine months older than the bidder's latest accounting year end date (in line with Companies House accounts filing requirements). Please Note: Parent Company Accounts will be subject to the same checks as those applied to the bidder. Where concerns are identified around the financial standing of the parent company, the interdependencies between the bidder and the parent will be considered and this may impact on the outcome of the financial assessment. BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCILFINANCE, PROPERTY AND INFORMATION SERVICES SELECT TENDER LIST Where suitable financial accounts are not available (eg for a new company), please provide as much of the following information as possible: Interim and/or draft accounts Bankers statements and references Accountants references Management accounts Fina..(view full details to see more)

Cudworth Churchfield Primary School - Extensions and Alterations to form additional classrooms and associated accommodation.

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published October 3, 2015  -  Deadline October 2, 2015
cpvs
45000000

BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCILFINANCE, PROPERTY AND INFORMATION SERVICES SELECT TENDER LIST Project: Cudworth Churchfield Primary School - Extensions and Alterations to form additional classrooms and associated accommodation. Ref: 07-17-16-1-1029 Estimated value: £690,000 Contract Start: 08 February 2016 Contract Completion: 02 September 2016 Description of Works: New double storey extension to the existing school comprising new classrooms, toilet accommodation, offices, associated areas, and semi-open sports area at ground floor level, including external works and drainage together with incidental alterations within the existing school Closing date for application: 12 Noon Friday 25 September 2015 - Deadline date now extended to 12 Noon 2nd October 2015 NOTE: Applicants will need to register their interest against this procurement exercise. Topre-qualify Applicants will need to submit a completed selection questionnaire via YORtender. The above information/relevant details include: 1. Applicants are to provide a list of projects, as defined in the selection questionnaire, to demonstrate their experience in carrying out works on similar projects. This must include, as a minimum, completion date, value, description of the works, contract period, form of contract and client contact details. NOTE: References are required to be provided by the contacts listed for your experience and internal references will be used where applicable. The Barnsley MBC Reference Template changed on the 30 April 2013 and any references (external or internal) on the old template are no longer valid. References must be obtained and submitted on the new template. Applicants not providing any of the above requested information will not proceed any further. 2. A copy of the most recent, unabbreviated financial accounts for your company and the ultimate parent company that cover the last two years of trading or for the period available, if trading for less than two years. The financial accounts provided for assessment should be no more than nine months older than the bidder's latest accounting year end date (in line with Companies House accounts filing requirements). Please Note: Parent Company Accounts will be subject to the same checks as those applied to the bidder. Where concerns are identified around the financial standing of the parent company, the interdependencies between the bidder and the parent will be considered and this may impact on the outcome of the financial assessment Where suitable financial accounts are not available (eg for a new company), please provide as much of the following information as possible: Interim and/or draft accounts Bankers statements and references Accountants refere..(view full details to see more)

Archives Consultants

Sheffield City Council | Published May 19, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
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72000000, 73000000, 79000000

South Yorkshire Archives Partnership, comprising Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield local authorities (SYAP) / The National Archives (TNA) are seeking to commission a piece of work to explore how SYAP, a network of four local authority archives and local studies services, could work together to improve services, maximise resources, strengthen future resilience and achieve savings targets in the current challenging financial environment.

 

Technical Expertise and Consultancy to support establishing the feasibility of a Social Impact Bond

Sheffield City Council | Published December 2, 2015  -  Deadline December 31, 2015
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73000000, 79000000, 85000000, 98000000

Sheffield City Council and the Clinical Commissioning Group would like to purchase technical expertise to undertake detailed business planning and development required to establish the feasibility of a social impact bond to deliver A Fresh Start.  

We anticipate that this programme will improve outcomes for families on the edge of care during pregnancy and infancy, whilst simultaneously reducing costs for public agencies and generating sufficient financial benefit in the first 3-5 years to be attractive to investors.

 

Education and training services

Department for Work and Pensions | Published May 12, 2017
Winner
Business Sense Associates
cpvs
80000000

The New Enterprise Allowance scheme was designed to support the move into self-employment for those people who want to start their own business. The NEA Phase 2 extends this support to some Universal Credit participants already self employed. It provides Mentoring support and financial assistance (NEA allowance for new business start ups) to Participants who satisfy eligibility and are referred to the scheme by Jobcentre Plus.

Museum Exhibits Insurance

Sheffield City Council | Published January 27, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
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66500000, 66510000

Sheffield City Council in partnership with Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust and Sheffield Industrial Museum Trust is the owner or custodian of a diverse collection of Museum Exhibits, ranging from fine art to heavy machinery closely related to the city’s industrial heritage. Ensuring the future of the collections for coming generations requires the financial protection of a first class insurance solution fit for a collection of Museum Exhibits of the quality within the collection and which also supports the aims of the Museum Trusts in bringing visiting collections to the City.

 

Strategic Partner to Deliver IT, Revenues and Benefits Services

Selby District Council | Published August 14, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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Selby and Craven District Councils are seeking a dynamic and ambitious strategic partner to collaborate with forthe delivery of Revenues and Benefits and IT Services. We are seeking a strategic partner to secure the additional resilience, and innovation which builds on theexisting strong performance of the two councils in Revenues and Benefits and IT. The councils are open toexploring innovative ways of structuring any partnership to secure maximum value and are keen to explore boththe financial and non-financial benefits that can be gained through this approach. We are only seeking applications from organisations who can deliver a package that covers all aspects of theproject. Applications are not being sought for individual elements of the project. We recognise that effective partnerships can deliver significant benefits and are happy to work with anyone whoshares our aspirations for a highly professional service which can deliver savings and an income stream to bothcouncils. The Councils are looking to enter into a 10 year contract with a suitably agreed contractual break clause andreview period after 5 years,

Retail Trade Framework — The Service of Supplying Goods to DWP customers. Lot 2 — Work-wear.

Department for Work and Pensions | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
MWUK Limited trading as Alexandra, Arco Limited
cpvs
18100000

Framework Agreement with two suppliers to supply Work-wear to support customers into and retail employment. Jobcentre Plus plays a major role in helping people gain the support and skills they need to find and stay in work. It provides services based on individual customers' needs to achieve the best outcome for them, while continuously building performance, efficiency and value for money. As part of this support Jobcentre Plus administers the Flexible Support Fund (FSF) to support customers into work. The FSF was introduced in April 2011 by amalgamating a number of budgets in to a single budget. All JCP District Managers (DM) receive an FSF allocation consisting of a discretionary fund which they can use to support local economic activity, supplement mainstream provision and tailor support to meet the specific needs of individuals and their local area. A proportion of the FSF is used to provide financial support to customers who experience barriers which prevent them from getting a job or moving closer to the labour market. Within this element of funding, a significant number of financial awards are made to customers enabling them to purchase suitable clothing for a job interview or special equipment or tools making them more readily available to start work. The framework agreements will be awarded for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 plus 1 basis. There will be no guarantee of the volume of purchases. The estimated value of each lot is based on previous in year spend.

Retail Trade Framework — The Service of Supplying Goods to DWP customers. Lot 4 — Bicycles and Acces

Department for Work and Pensions | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
Argos Business Solutions, Halfords Limited
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34430000, 34432000, 18444112

Framework Agreement with two suppliers to supply bicycles and accessories to support customers into and retain employment. Jobcentre Plus plays a major role in helping people gain the support and skills they need to find and stay in work. It provides services based on individual customers' needs to achieve the best outcome for them, while continuously building performance, efficiency and value for money. As part of this support Jobcentre Plus administers the Flexible Support Fund (FSF) to support customers into work. The FSF was introduced in April 2011 by amalgamating a number of budgets in to a single budget. All JCP District Managers (DM) receive an FSF allocation consisting of a discretionary fund which they can use to support local economic activity, supplement mainstream provision and tailor support to meet the specific needs of individuals and their local area. A proportion of the FSF is used to provide financial support to customers who experience barriers which prevent them from getting a job or moving closer to the labour market. Within this element of funding, a significant number of financial awards are made to customers enabling them to purchase suitable clothing for a job interview or special equipment or tools making them more readily available to start work. The framework agreements will be awarded for 2 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years on a 1 plus 1 basis. There will be no guarantee of the volume of purchases. The estimated value of each lot is based on previous in year spend.