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GB-Cheshire: The Appointment of a Financial Inclusion Partner

Golden Gates Housing Trust | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
98000000

Golden Gates Housing Trust (GGHT) are leading a large multi agency partnership called New Leaf to deliver the Building Better Opportunities Programme across Warrington, Cheshire East and West. The BBO fund is a key part of the Local Enterprise Partnership's (LEP) European Funding Programme and is being match funded by the BIG Lottery. The allocation is being commissioned on a fully funded grant model and requires no match from the bidding partnership. GGHT wish to appoint suitably experienced organisation to provide Financial Inclusion from 01.06.17 - 31.8.19; actively targeting 414 people who live in Macclesfield and the surrounding areas, including 17% living in rural deprived areas referred from Professional Mentoring Partners to offer financial inclusion support.

Financial and insurance services

Warrington Borough Council | Published July 15, 2016
Winner
Asta Managing Agencies Ltd
cpvs
66000000

Provision of insurance services.

Boiler Replacement Works

Procurement for Housing | Published June 14, 2017  -  Deadline August 8, 2017
cpvs
42160000

Replacement boiler programme of 218 boilers over a 4 year period, split equally over each financial year.

The Maintenance of Traffic Signals and Intelligent Transport Systems.

Warrington Borough Council | Published October 8, 2015  -  Deadline December 16, 2015
cpvs
60100000

Warrington Borough Council is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced contractor for the maintenance of traffic signals, associated traffic control equipment and ITS throughout the Borough. As the local highway authority, Warrington Borough Council is responsible for all aspects of traffic signal control and for ensuring the road transport network operates safely and efficiently. To enable this, Warrington has invested in several traffic control systems and a number of proven, cost-effective and readily available Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). The equipment and systems are currently maintained under several contracts and service level agreements. We now wish to combine the maintenance of all traffic signal control equipment and ITS in order to make financial savings and improve the efficiency of contract management for the increasing assets within UTMC.

Capital Works Framework 2016 — 2019.

Warrington Borough Council | Published January 12, 2016  -  Deadline February 17, 2016
cpvs
45220000

Warrington Borough Council continued success in promoting Warrington's status as an economic powerhouse has attracted increased capital investment in highway and environmental based schemes, placing greater demand on staff resources, existing suppliers and contracts. To deliver the present and future demands it is essential to establish an increased base of delivery resource, of Civil Engineering contractors, who can be called upon, with short notice, to deliver competitive priced individual schemes, underpinned by quality processes and management systems. The establishment of a pre-determined select list of acceptable Civil Engineering contractors and pre priced components will enable Council Officers to rapidly compare and respond, to scheme requirements, saving on time and procurement costs. It was anticipated that the introduction of the Capital Works Contract 2016-2019 would typically deliver works to an approximate value of 7 000 000 GBP per year with an overall potential tender throughout of over 21 000 000 GBP during its term, subject to continued successful investment and bids. There will be a varying nature of highway and environmental improvement schemes ranging from Town Centre regeneration, traffic signal junction improvements, local safety schemes and cycleway infrastructure works. The Capital Works Framework Contract will be split in to 2 tender Lots, each with a maximum of 3 Contractors. Lot 1 financial range will be from 0 GBP — 750 000 GBP and Lot 2, 750 000 GBP plus. Contractors will be able to submit bids for either both or individual Lots. Access to the tender documents can be obtained at www.the-chest.org.uk

Capital Works Framework 2016 — 2019

Warrington Borough Council | Published June 18, 2016
Winner
Eurovia Infrastructure Ltd
cpvs
45220000

Warrington Borough Council continued success in promoting Warrington's status as an economic powerhouse has attracted increased capital investment in highway and environmental based schemes, placing greater demand on staff resources, existing suppliers and contracts.

To deliver the present and future demands it is essential to establish an increased base of delivery resource, of Civil Engineering contractors, who can be called upon, with short notice, to deliver competitive priced individual schemes, underpinned by quality processes and management systems.

The establishment of a pre-determined select list of acceptable Civil Engineering contractors and pre priced components will enable Council Officers to rapidly compare and respond, to scheme requirements, saving on time and procurement costs.

It was anticipated that the introduction of the Capital Works Contract 2016-2019 would typically deliver works to an approximate value of 7 000 000 GBP per year with an overall potential tender throughout of over 21 000 000 GBP during its term, subject to continued successful investment and bids. There will be a varying nature of highway and environmental improvement schemes ranging from Town Centre regeneration, traffic signal junction improvements, local safety schemes and cycleway infrastructure works.

The Capital Works Framework Contract will be split in to 2 tender Lots, each with a maximum of 3 Contractors. Lot 1 financial range will be from 0 — 750 000 GBP and Lot 2 750 000-GBP plus. Contractors will be able to submit bids for either both or individual Lots.

Access to the tender documents can be obtained at www.the-chest.org.uk

Capital Works Framework 2016 — 2019.

Warrington Borough Council | Published January 12, 2016  -  Deadline February 24, 2016
cpvs
45220000

Warrington Borough Council continued success in promoting Warrington's status as an economic powerhouse has attracted increased capital investment in highway and environmental based schemes, placing greater demand on staff resources, existing suppliers and contracts.

To deliver the present and future demands it is essential to establish an increased base of delivery resource, of Civil Engineering contractors, who can be called upon, with short notice, to deliver competitive priced individual schemes, underpinned by quality processes and management systems.

The establishment of a pre-determined select list of acceptable Civil Engineering contractors and pre priced components will enable Council Officers to rapidly compare and respond, to scheme requirements, saving on time and procurement costs.

It was anticipated that the introduction of the Capital Works Contract 2016-2019 would typically deliver works to an approximate value of 7 000 000 GBP per year with an overall potential tender throughout of over 21 000 000 GBP during its term, subject to continued successful investment and bids. There will be a varying nature of highway and environmental improvement schemes ranging from Town Centre regeneration, traffic signal junction improvements, local safety schemes and cycleway infrastructure works.

The Capital Works Framework Contract will be split in to 2 tender Lots, each with a maximum of 3 Contractors. Lot 1 financial range will be from 0 GBP — 750 000 GBP and Lot 2, 750 000 GBP plus. Contractors will be able to submit bids for either both or individual Lots.

Access to the tender documents can be obtained at www.the-chest.org.uk

Facilities Management

Torus62 Ltd (and its subsidiaries and all other bodies identified) | Published July 2, 2017  -  Deadline December 23, 2016
Winner
In Depth Managed Services
cpvs
79993100

A unique housing Group, Torus combines the very best of two local, community led landlords. Sound governance, a strong asset base and significant financial capacity enables us to do more. To provide more opportunities for the communities we serve, build more new homes and enhance the services we provide to our tenants and customers. On 1st April 2015, Golden Gates Housing Trust (GGHT) based in Warrington and Helena Partnerships based in St. Helen's entered into a Group Structure to form the Torus Group. Torus Group seeks to procure suitably qualified supply chain partner(s) to provide an integrated multidisciplinary range of Hard and Soft Facilities Management services for a maximum of seven years with a contract range of £3m - £10m. The initial contract duration is three years from 1st April 2017 with options to extend twice subject to satisfactory performance, each time for two years until 31st March 2024.

ITSM Toolset Service and Implementation Support.

Department for Work and Pensions | Published May 6, 2015
Winner
ServiceNow53045998 (registered in the Netherlands)
cpvs
48100000, 72212517, 72227000, 72222300, 72260000, 72212000, 72211000, 72263000, 72210000, 72265000, 48517000, 48211000, 48217100, 72220000, 72212100, 48422000, 72268000, 48218000, 72416000

The Authority requires an IT Service Management Toolset (Toolset) based on the Contracting Authority's software as a service delivery model. The Toolset should include configuration, integration, and knowledge transfer to up-skill the Contracting Authority's internal capability and flexibility to move to another service/license model at the Contracting Authority's option. There will be an on-going occasional requirement for professional resources to be provided by the Supplier. Specifically the successful Supplier must provide an integrated Industry Standard ITIL v3 compliant Service Management toolset. The Authority handles large quantities of citizens' personal data assets, has on-going responsibility to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of that data. Therefore the Authority seek a solution that can meet government and industry standards for security including but not limited to Her Majesty's Government and the Authority's security standards, ISO27001 and PCI-DSS. The Toolset will be capable of supporting an organisation the size and scale of the Authority — approx. 93 000 users, 35 000 incidents p/m. The successful Supplier will provide a solution to which service tower and other suppliers can easily interface using standard integration methods and capable of gaining accreditation to ‘Axelos', 'Pink Verify'; 'OGC ISS standards' in respect of core and integration capability. The Supplier will provide a solution that is hosted “off-site”, accessible through a web browser with flexibility to provide access to users within the Contracting Authority and across its authorised third party suppliers. The Toolset that is required for Service Integration and Management function will effectively execute and manage ITIL v3 2011 compliant processes covering: — Service Desk, — Incident Management, — Problem Management, — Request Fulfilment, — Access Management, — Availability Management, — Capacity Management (including Demand Management), — Change Management, — Release and Deployment Management, — Event Management, — ITSC Management, — Service Asset and Configuration Management (including Software Asset Management), — Service Catalogue Management, — Service Level Management, — Financial Management Support, — Knowledge Management, — Service Validation and Test, — Service Transition, — Supplier Performance Management, — Continual Service Improvement and others as required. The contract is for a period of 3 years with an option for two 1 year extensions. This contract will be for use by the following contracting bodies Department for Social Development Northern Ireland (http://www.dsdni.gov.uk)

Construction work

Your Housing Group Limited for and on behalf of itself and its current and future subsidiaries | Published May 19, 2017  -  Deadline June 16, 2017
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45000000, 45300000, 45410000, 45420000, 45432000, 45442180, 45211310, 45421151, 45311000, 71334000, 45331100, 50720000, 45421100, 45421110, 45421112, 45421130, 45421132, 45262640, 45260000, 45262660, 90650000, 45442100

Your Housing Group Limited and its current and future subsidiaries (together the Contracting Authority), is a new generation of housing provider. As a registered provider, we own or manage approximately 33,000 properties across the North West, Yorkshire and the Midlands.

The Contracting Authority and any future group members seek expressions of interest from suitably experienced and qualified Contractors to undertake and deliver their programme of planned refurbishment works across the Group.

Work will include:

Planned maintenance/ improvement work packages to the relevant current British Standards, this includes:

Complete Kitchens and Bathroom installations including all associated works.

Installation, renewal, upgrading, periodic inspection, servicing, testing and maintenance of electrical wiring to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards;

Boiler, storage heater and full central heating replacements including all associated works to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards. Works to central heating systems will be carried out under this lot if the kitchen and or bathroom works are required in the same property.

The provision for environmental works and external works are included within the lot should these be deemed necessary.

All or part of these works will be provided to social dwellings, sheltered schemes and supported and special needs housing (but not limited to) properties owned or managed by the Contracting Authority.

The Service Provider(s) will be required to provide a customer focused service and show a commitment to providing an effective service that provides value for money to the Contracting Authority and their customers whether tenants or leaseholders.

The call off contracts will each be in the form of a term partnering contract based on the ACA Standard Form of Contract for Term Partnering 2005 (amended 2008), under which work will be called off using the task order process. In support of this, all Service Providers appointed pursuant to this procurement will become parties to a Framework Alliancing Contract specifically the FAC-1 aimed at the furtherance of the Contracting Authorities aims in procuring these works.

The programme of works has been divided into two Geographical areas: North & South

The aim of this tender is to create a Framework Agreement which will be split into 3 Lots:

Lot 1 — North (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 2 — South (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 3 — Heating and Boiler Replacement (All Areas).

Potential Service Providers may submit a tender for one or more Lots.

Whilst the Contracting Authority intend to appoint one Service Provider for each Lot the Contracting Authority also reserve the right to appoint a Service Provider for more than one Lot.

The Contract will commence in April 2018 in line with Your Housing Group's financial year.

Work will include:

Planned maintenance/ improvement work packages to the relevant current British Standards, this includes Complete Kitchens and Bathroom installations including all associated works.

Installation, renewal, upgrading, periodic inspection, servicing, testing and maintenance of electrical wiring to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards;

Boiler, storage heater and full central heating replacements including all associated works to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards. Works to central heating systems will be carried out under this lot if the kitchen and or bathroom works are required in the same property.

The provision for environmental works and external works are included within the lot should these be deemed necessary.

All or part of these works will be provided to social dwellings, sheltered schemes and supported and special needs housing (but not limited to) properties owned or managed by the Contracting Authority.

The Service Provider(s) will be required to provide a customer focused service and show a commitment to providing an effective service that provides value for money to the Contracting Authority and their customers whether tenants or leaseholders.

The call off contracts will each be in the form of a term partnering contract based on the ACA Standard Form of Contract for Term

Partnering 2005 (amended 2008), under which work will be called off using the task order process. In support of this, all Service Providers appointed pursuant to this procurement will become parties to a Framework Alliancing Contract specifically the FAC-1 aimed at the furtherance of the Contracting Authorities aims in procuring these works.

The programme of works has been divided into two Geographical areas: North & South.

The aim of this tender is to create a Framework Agreement which will be split into 3 Lots:

Lot 1 — North (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 2 — South (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 3 — Heating and Boiler Replacement (All Areas).

Potential Service Providers may submit a tender for one or more Lots.

Whilst the Contracting Authority intend to appoint one Service Provider for each Lot the Contracting Authority also reserve the right to appoint a Service Provider for more than one Lot.

The Contract will commence in April 2018 in line with Your Housing Group's financial year.

Work will include:

Planned maintenance/ improvement work packages to the relevant current British Standards, this includes Boiler, storage heater and full central heating replacements including all associated works.

Installation, renewal, upgrading, periodic inspection, servicing, testing and maintenance of electrical wiring to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards;

All or part of these works will be provided to social dwellings, sheltered schemes and supported and special needs housing (but not limited to) properties owned or managed by the Contracting Authority.

The Service Provider(s) will be required to provide a customer focused service and show a commitment to providing an effective service that provides value for money to the Contracting Authority and their customers whether tenants or leaseholders.

The call off contracts will each be in the form of a term partnering contract based on the ACA Standard Form of Contract for Term Partnering 2005 (amended 2008)under which work will be called off using the task order process. In support of this, all Service Providers appointed pursuant to this procurement will become parties to a Framework Alliancing Contract specifically the FAC-1 aimed at the furtherance of the Contracting Authorities aims in procuring these works.

The programme of works has been divided into two Geographical areas: North & South

The aim of this tender is to create a Framework Agreement which will be split into 3 Lots:

Lot 1 — North (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 2 — South (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 3 — Heating and Boiler Replacement (All Areas).

Potential Service Providers may submit a tender for one or more Lots.

Whilst the Contracting Authority intend to appoint one Service Provider for each Lot the Contracting Authority also reserve the right to appoint a Service Provider for more than one Lot.

The Contract will commence in April 2018 in line with Your Housing Group's financial year.

GB-St Helens: TR015 - Demolition of 7nr Flat Blocks in Thatto Heath, St. Helens.

Torus 62 Ltd. | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline January 12, 2017
Winner
Frank O'Gara & Sons Ltd
cpvs
45111100

About Torus On 1st April 2015, Golden Gates Housing Trust ("GGHT") and Helena Partnerships ("HP") entered into a Group Structure to form the Torus Group. A unique housing Group, Torus combines the very best of two local, community led landlords. Sound governance, a strong asset base and significant financial capacity enables us to do more. To provide more opportunities for the communities we serve, build more new homes and enhance the services we provide to our tenants and customers. With a local focus and national perspective, we are committed to delivering urban and social regeneration, accelerating regional growth and contributing towards a sustainable economy. Blending commercial initiative with social purpose, we place people at the heart of our vision. By developing and connecting thriving communities. By creating local jobs and opportunities. By improving health and wellbeing. By doing all this and more, we are creating a legacy that extends far beyond the homes we build and the services we offer. We create better places, better prospects and better futures. Torus will deliver social and physical regeneration and economic impact. Using our significant strategic capacity and geographical presence in the region, we will work with strategic partners on shared agendas including jobs, health, transport links and digital connectivity. Tender Detail The tender is for the demolition of 7nr blocks of flats and other associated works. Works are located in Springfield Close and Fir Street, Thatto Heath, St Helens. A brief description of the scope of works is : The works comprise the removal of asbestos and the demolition of 45 flats in seven three storey blocks and associated remedial work. Properties generally comprise of brick or block external walls, suspended concrete floors with pitched tile roofing except block1 which is of flat felt roof construction. The Contract Programme is of vital importance to this project - and all work must be completed before 31st March 2017. The contractor is to allow for the needs of this programme within their tender submission. The closing date for return of tenders is Friday 16th December @ 12noon. The priced form of tender and schedule of works is to be submitted 1before this deadline. Programme start date is aiming for 30th January 2017 with a completion date of 31st March 2017.

DWP IT Transformation Programme — Hosting Stream — Transactional Print Sub Stream.

Department for Work and Pensions | Published May 20, 2015
Winner
Williams Lea Limited
cpvs
79810000, 22100000, 79820000, 79824000, 72514100, 79822000

Printing services. Printed books, brochures and leaflets. Services related to printing. Printing and distribution services. Facilities management services involving computer operation. Composition services. Printing services. Printed books, brochures and leaflets. Services related to printing. Printing and distribution services. Facilities management services involving computer operation. Composition services. DWP Transactional Bulk Print Services are currently provided through DWP's Standard Services Business Allocation (SSBA) contract. Transactional Print is a very important customer facing service which each year generates over 500 000 000 A4 pages of customer notifications and internal reports, which primarily communicate important information about customer entitlement to benefit, covering a myriad of customer groups which include: all DWP operational areas (including Child Maintenance Group), Shared Services (Financial Services Branch), HMRC (Child Benefit), Northern Ireland Social Security Agency, Service Personnel and Veterans Agency (War Pensions) and Debt Management. All outputs are currently generated from two long standing Print Centres based at Clarke House Norcross and Durham House Washington. This requirement was taken to market via open competition resulting in a direct DWP award, enabled to allow other areas of DWP and/or Other Government Departments to utilise this contract should it fit requirements. The Requirement: The contract will cover the large scale transactional bulk printing, mail sorting, and presentation for distribution into the postal network of DWP customer letters and internal reports, together with collation and insertion into the envelopes of associated leaflets or other printed information to contracting authority customers. There will be a requirement for the supplier to work closely with the contracting authorities in order to transform their communications to customers via a variety of media utilising both hard copy and digital. The contract covers both mainland UK and Northern Ireland. Operation covers: — The extraction and manipulation of customer specific data, generated from front line operational processing systems. — Printing of software application generated documents specifically in line with operational business rules i.e. customer notifications — Enveloping of printed outputs together with inclusions specified by the software application i.e. inserts, reply envelopes- Mail sorting of sealed envelopes and despatch preparation ready for collection by one or more postal carriers (postal channels are out of scope of this contractual arrangement and covered under the Mail and Office Services contract). — A small percentage of insert printing primarily for customers living in Northern Ireland. DWP required - The robust delivery of a disaggregated future Print contract, flexible enough to accommodate Transformational changes to the current DWP Print Service. Transformation is required as a result of the desire to move towards electronic outputs, standardise file output types, innovate process and develop a true commodity based service with a reduction in bespoke DWP processing elements. To focus on business continuity as a priority during the transition period and beyond, maintaining robust accurate outputs whilst safeguarding customer data. — A demonstration of the flexibility to accommodate increases in output volumes during the peak Welfare Reform migration and take on period. — To accommodate outcome from a review the long term Print Centre estates position with regard to future proofing accommodation as we move into a more digital DWP era and reduce the requirement for hard copy outputs. — To seek to further modernise the current Print service by taking advantage of latest technological advances, moving away from aspects of organically grown processes into common market standards, readily transportable at the end of the new contract term. — To implement a reduction in the current Print disaster recovery service in line with specified DWP requirements and operational priorities. —To provide value for money pricing which in turn will contribute to DWP efficiency targets. Exact specification included in the Invitation to Tender suite of documentation. DWP reserved the right to undertake E-auction but decided not too for this procurement. This contract will be available for use by the following contracting bodies: — Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), its Executive Agencies and those Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs) sponsored by DWP. Further information including a list of such Agencies and Public Bodies can be viewed by selecting ‘About DWP' on the Departmental web site at www.gov.uk/dwp and Northern Ireland Department for Social Development (DSD) ‘DSD' The Department for Social Development acting for and on behalf of the Social Security Agency (Northern Ireland). Further information on this department can be viewed at: www.dsdni.gov.uk and Any Other Government Department or Executive Agency wishing to use this contract to meet their respective service requirements. Further information on the full list can be viewed at: Public Sector Classification Guide http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/search/index.html?pageSize=50&sortBy=none&sortDirection=none&newquery=Public+Sector+Classification+Guide

Complex Dependency ICT Solution.

Warrington Borough Council | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
cpvs
48000000

The Cheshire and Warrington Complex Dependency Programme has been set up from April 2015 following a successful bid for Government funding through the national Transformation Challenge Award scheme. The Programme will build on what is already in place across the Cheshire Sub Region to establish new, joined up models of service delivery across agencies to tackle the causes of crisis for children, families and individuals across a range of related and complex issues. It will also ensure that there is more support available for families and individuals that are already in a state of crisis. These interrelated issues that the Programme focuses on are: — Working with each locality on Stage 2 of the Troubled Families Programme. — Adults and children involved in crime or anti-social behaviour. — Children who have problems at school. — Children who need help. — Children at the edge of care and edge of custody. — Adults out of work or families at risk of financial exclusion. — Individuals and families affected by domestic violence and abuse. — Abusers of drugs and alcohol. — Individuals with a range of (non-age related) health problems. — Young people affected by homelessness/rough sleeping. In summary, the programme looks at both preventative work to help children, families and vulnerable adults to avoid reaching crisis, and providing crisis management for those that have. Aims and Objectives of IT Solution. The Programme is seeking an IT solution that seamlessly publishes information in a secure and ‘live’ delivery to any authorised person, via mobile and agile devices. As we integrate practitioners, teams and management, both within and across other local authorities and local public service partners, at the same time as developing a single multi-agency assessment and service delivery plan; our multi — agency practitioners at all levels will need to be able to interrogate a range of information sources to be able to understand the circumstances and involvements of others. This is both in terms of the ‘here and now’, but also the historic interventions that their predecessors have delivered. By implementing a system that seamlessly publishes that information in a secure and ‘live’ delivery to any authorised person, via mobile and agile devices, for example, a police officer may encounter a person for whom they have a concern, by referring to this source via an existing police device, a clear picture of agency involvements, history and key staff and their contact details can be ascertained. Implementing this facility will ‘future proof’ integration between agencies, enabling the partnership to define and link datasets and views of service users across all partner agencies. Scope. The ‘view’ should be set up to access multiple databases holding information e.g. Health records, Children's Social Care, Early Help Module, Education Management System, Youth Offending……..and the ability to add amend or change the type and number of systems should be unlimited. — A cross index is taken of a person where disparate records are matched across multiple systems. — A multi-agency view of the person across the various databases is displayed, showing basic demographic data from each system, involved professionals, case status, plus any additional key data items. — Detailed information on a person from the source databases is easily accessed via hyperlinks within the Single View interface. Practitioners are provided with an up to date snapshot of the person's circumstances, by way of the composite chronology of events. — Data can be kept up to date by transferring the correct fields quickly and easily across disparate systems. — Clear alerts ensure users can immediately see discrepancies in a citizens data held on different systems. — 1 single, intuitive interface enables practitioners to see immediately all the cases they are working on. Social Care's integration with other agencies plans and theirs with social care create delay, repeated re-referral and duplication in the provision of services. If all of our multi-agency front line practitioners could view, whilst out in the field, the range of active and passive agencies who have been involved are currently involved in assessment processes and provision of needs care packages, the whole multi-agency partnership would achieve significant efficiency. Practitioners, commissioners and their managers would benefit from the visibility of service user engagement in other agency plans when they present at our ‘front door’ This project would enable better informed decision making to take place, and increase the signposting to the appropriate service, rather than conducting an expensive social care assessment that reaches the same conclusion. Outline of IT Solution Requirements. The IT solution will enable the following: — Portal providing a view of data held in disparate IT systems by different agencies. — Initially focused on four multi-agency front doors, both Early Intervention and Social Care where integrated. Later stages of the project will broaden the range of information sources. — Information governance is a key theme; the successful solution will demonstrate the ability to meet all IG requirements of the project. — The provider may be required to host the solution. — Later phases of the project will require a data warehouse solution to enable retrospective reporting and trend analysis. The Contract will be used by: Warrington Borough Council, Halton Borough Council, Cheshire West and Chester Council,Cheshire East Council,Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, Cheshire Constabulary, Homes and Communities Agency Cheshire and Warrington, Public Service Transformation Network, National Probation Service, Cheshire and Greater Manchester Rehabilitation Company, Department for Work and Pensions, NHS West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group,NHS South Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Vale Royal Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Warrington Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Halton Clinical Commissioning Group, Adactus Housing Group Ltd, Affinity Sutton Homes, Aspire Housing, Frontis Homes Ltd., Torus Housing Group., Great Places Housing Group Liverpool Housing Trust Ltd., Your Housing Group, Muir Group Housing Association, Plus Dane Housing., Sanctuary (North West)., St Vincent's Housing Association., The Riverside Group., Warrington Housing Association Ltd., Wulvern Housing Association, Equity Housing. It is intended that the initial costs and initial contract will be with Warrington Borough Council as lead authority, however subsequent contracts will be with individual partners of the Programme. The Procurement will be conducted through the Competitive Procedure with Negotiation, details are included in the tender documents.

Complex Dependency ICT Solution.

Warrington Borough Council | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
cpvs
48000000

The Cheshire and Warrington Complex Dependency Programme has been set up from April 2015 following a successful bid for Government funding through the national Transformation Challenge Award scheme. The Programme will build on what is already in place across the Cheshire Sub Region to establish new, joined up models of service delivery across agencies to tackle the causes of crisis for children, families and individuals across a range of related and complex issues. It will also ensure that there is more support available for families and individuals that are already in a state of crisis. These interrelated issues that the Programme focuses on are: — Working with each locality on Stage 2 of the Troubled Families Programme. — Adults and children involved in crime or anti-social behaviour. — Children who have problems at school. — Children who need help. — Children at the edge of care and edge of custody. — Adults out of work or families at risk of financial exclusion. — Individuals and families affected by domestic violence and abuse. — Abusers of drugs and alcohol. — Individuals with a range of (non-age related) health problems. — Young people affected by homelessness/rough sleeping. In summary, the programme looks at both preventative work to help children, families and vulnerable adults to avoid reaching crisis, and providing crisis management for those that have. Aims and Objectives of IT Solution. The Programme is seeking an IT solution that seamlessly publishes information in a secure and ‘live’ delivery to any authorised person, via mobile and agile devices. As we integrate practitioners, teams and management, both within and across other local authorities and local public service partners, at the same time as developing a single multi-agency assessment and service delivery plan; our multi — agency practitioners at all levels will need to be able to interrogate a range of information sources to be able to understand the circumstances and involvements of others. This is both in terms of the ‘here and now’, but also the historic interventions that their predecessors have delivered. By implementing a system that seamlessly publishes that information in a secure and ‘live’ delivery to any authorised person, via mobile and agile devices, for example, a police officer may encounter a person for whom they have a concern, by referring to this source via an existing police device, a clear picture of agency involvements, history and key staff and their contact details can be ascertained. Implementing this facility will ‘future proof’ integration between agencies, enabling the partnership to define and link datasets and views of service users across all partner agencies. Scope. The ‘view’ should be set up to access multiple databases holding information e.g. Health records, Children's Social Care, Early Help Module, Education Management System, Youth Offending……..and the ability to add amend or change the type and number of systems should be unlimited. — A cross index is taken of a person where disparate records are matched across multiple systems. — A multi-agency view of the person across the various databases is displayed, showing basic demographic data from each system, involved professionals, case status, plus any additional key data items. — Detailed information on a person from the source databases is easily accessed via hyperlinks within the Single View interface. Practitioners are provided with an up to date snapshot of the person's circumstances, by way of the composite chronology of events. — Data can be kept up to date by transferring the correct fields quickly and easily across disparate systems. — Clear alerts ensure users can immediately see discrepancies in a citizens data held on different systems. — 1 single, intuitive interface enables practitioners to see immediately all the cases they are working on. Social Care's integration with other agencies plans and theirs with social care create delay, repeated re-referral and duplication in the provision of services. If all of our multi-agency front line practitioners could view, whilst out in the field, the range of active and passive agencies who have been involved are currently involved in assessment processes and provision of needs care packages, the whole multi-agency partnership would achieve significant efficiency. Practitioners, commissioners and their managers would benefit from the visibility of service user engagement in other agency plans when they present at our ‘front door’ This project would enable better informed decision making to take place, and increase the signposting to the appropriate service, rather than conducting an expensive social care assessment that reaches the same conclusion. Outline of IT Solution Requirements. The IT solution will enable the following: — Portal providing a view of data held in disparate IT systems by different agencies. — Initially focused on four multi-agency front doors, both Early Intervention and Social Care where integrated. Later stages of the project will broaden the range of information sources. — Information governance is a key theme; the successful solution will demonstrate the ability to meet all IG requirements of the project. — The provider may be required to host the solution. — Later phases of the project will require a data warehouse solution to enable retrospective reporting and trend analysis. The Contract will be used by: Warrington Borough Council, Halton Borough Council, Cheshire West and Chester Council,Cheshire East Council,Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, Cheshire Constabulary, Homes and Communities Agency Cheshire and Warrington, Public Service Transformation Network, National Probation Service, Cheshire and Greater Manchester Rehabilitation Company, Department for Work and Pensions, NHS West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group,NHS South Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Vale Royal Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Warrington Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Halton Clinical Commissioning Group, Adactus Housing Group Ltd, Affinity Sutton Homes, Aspire Housing, Frontis Homes Ltd., Torus Housing Group., Great Places Housing Group Liverpool Housing Trust Ltd., Your Housing Group, Muir Group Housing Association, Plus Dane Housing., Sanctuary (North West)., St Vincent's Housing Association., The Riverside Group., Warrington Housing Association Ltd., Wulvern Housing Association, Equity Housing. It is intended that the initial costs and initial contract will be with Warrington Borough Council as lead authority, however subsequent contracts will be with individual partners of the Programme. The Procurement will be conducted through the Competitive Procedure with Negotiation, details are included in the tender documents.

Facilities Management.

Torus62 Ltd (and its subsidiaries and all other bodies identified) | Published July 1, 2017
cpvs
79993100

A unique housing Group, Torus combines the very best of 2 local, community led landlords. Sound governance, a strong asset base and significant financial capacity enables us to do more. To provide more opportunities for the communities we serve, build more new homes and enhance the services we provide to our tenants and customers. On 1.4.2015, Golden Gates Housing Trust (GGHT) based in Warrington and Helena Partnerships based in St. Helen's entered into a Group Structure to form the Torus Group. Torus Group seeks to procure suitably qualified supply chain partner(s) to provide an integrated multidisciplinary range of Hard and Soft Facilities Management services for a maximum of seven years with a contract range of 3 000 000 GBP — 10 000 000 GBP. The initial contract duration is 3 years from 1.4.2017 with options to extend twice subject to satisfactory performance, each time for 2 years until 31.3.2024. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: Yes II.1.7) Total value of the procurement Value excluding VAT: 10 000 000.00 GBP II.2) Description Lot No: Lot No. 1 II.2.1) Title Facilities Management — Hard II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 79993100 79993000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKD Main site or place of performance: North West (England). II.2.4) Description of the procurement Torus Group intend to award a contract for a period of 7 years (3 years + 2 years + 2 years) for hard Facilities Management services. Typical buildings that come under this management would be: Head Office buildings/local offices, Works depots, High rise units, Sheltered Accommodation Homes, Satellite offices, Communal areas. Torus Group requires all applicants to conform to SFG20 service specification as a minimum requirement. Hard facilities will include (but is not limited to): building fabric maintenance, air conditioning maintenance, lift servicing and maintenance, M&E plant maintenance, fire safety system and security maintenance, water control, RAMS/H&S. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 65 Price / Weighting: 35 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information Please access and respond to the Invitation to Tender for Lot 1 Hard via https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/WHD8QDWM4T Lot No: Lot No. 2 II.2.1) Title Facilities Management — Soft II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 79993100 79993000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKD Main site or place of performance: North West (England). II.2.4) Description of the procurement Torus Group intend to award a contract for a period of 7 years (3 years + 2 years + 2 years) soft Facilities Management services. Typical buildings that come under this management would be: Head Office buildings/local offices, Works depots, High rise units, Sheltered Accommodation Homes, Satellite offices, Communal areas. Typical Facilities Management services can be split into two categories of hard and soft facilities. Soft facilities will include (but is not limited to): Cleaning, Recycling, Waste collection/disposal, Building security, Handyman services, Hygiene services, Water Coolers, Grounds Maintenance, Caretaker Services. II.2.5) Award criteria Quality criterion: Quality / Weighting: 65 Cost criterion: Cost / Weighting: 35 II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No II.2.14) Additional information Please access and respond to the Invitation to Tender for Lot 2 Soft via https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/JS25D5324R Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 1 Contract No: 2016/S 200-360867 Title: Hard FM A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 23/12/2016 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 5 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 5 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor Sure Maintenance Limited Unit 16 The Matchworks, Speke Road Liverpool L19 2RF UK E-mail: info@suregroup.co.uk NUTS: UKD Internet address(es) URL: http://www.suregroup.co.uk/ The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Initial estimated total value of the contract/lot: 5 000 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 1 888 621.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section V: Award of contract Lot No: 2 Title: Soft FM A contract/lot is awarded: Yes V.2 Award of contract V.2.1) Date of conclusion of the contract 23/12/2016 V.2.2) Information about tenders Number of tenders received: 6 Number of tenders received by electronic means: 6 The contract has been awarded to a group of economic operators: No V.2.3) Name and address of the contractor In Depth Managed Services Leonard House, 308 Winwick Road Warrington WA2 8VE UK NUTS: UKD The contractor is an SME: Yes V.2.4) Information on value of the contract/lot (excluding VAT) Initial estimated total value of the contract/lot: 5 000 000.00 GBP Total value of the contract/lot: 1 800 008.00 GBP V.2.5) Information about subcontracting Section VI: Complementary information VI.3) Additional information Torus Group e-Sourcing site is part of the Delta e-Sourcing portal, accessed at: www.delta-esourcing.com Please ensure completion of the appropriate tender-box for Hard Facilities and/or Soft Facilities respectively located via the following links.: Lot 1 Hard — https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/WHD8QDWM4T Lot 2 Soft — https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/JS25D5324R To view this notice, please click here: https://torus.delta-esourcing.com/delta/viewNotice.html?noticeId=265726559 GO Reference: GO-2017629-PRO-10536134. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body Torus62 Limited Helena Central, 4 Corporation Street St Helens WA9 1LD UK Telephone: +44 1744417607 VI.4.4) Service from which information about the review procedure may be obtained Torus62 Limited Helena Central, 4 Corporation Street St Helens WA9 1LD UK Telephone: +44 1744417607 VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 29/06/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: kate.keeley@wearetorus.co.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 79993000Building and facilities management servicesMiscellaneous business-related services 79993100Facilities management servicesBuilding and facilities management services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. Alert Region Restrictions There are no alert restrictions for this notice. Copyright © Sell2Wales Connect with us Email signup Subscribe to our email newsletter Subscribe Call us on 0800 222 9004 Accessibility| Privacy Policy & Cookies| Site map| Terms & Conditions| © Millstream Associates Limited 2017 //
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