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Animal husbandry services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published May 3, 2016
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Animal husbandry services

Animal husbandry services

Welsh Assembly Government on behalf of the Welsh MInisters | Published April 21, 2012  -  Deadline May 28, 2012
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77500000

Animal husbandry services

animal husbandry services

Welsh Assembly Government on behalf of the Welsh MInisters | Published April 21, 2012  -  Deadline May 28, 2012
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77500000

animal husbandry services

Veterinary Services

MHRA Buyer Organisation | Published June 11, 2018  -  Deadline July 6, 2018
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85200000

The Agency is looking to arrange provision of diagnostic servicing, farm animal & husbandry and veterinary cover & associated services, relating to animal studies performed in support of the Agency's public health work. The agency continues to be involved with high quality work using animals that assures the safety and efficacy of biological medicines, and leads to the understanding of diseases and development of new therapeutic agents and reference standards.

IVC (Individually Ventilated Cage) Equipment & Biosafety Cabinet

 | Published June 15, 2016  -  Deadline July 19, 2016
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03140000

The Agency is looking to purchase an Individually Ventilated Caging (IVC) system and a biosafety cabinet for their Biological Services Division (BSD). The Agency continues to be involved with high quality work using animals that will lead to the understanding of diseases as well as the development of therapeutic agents and reference standards. This work includes models that are immunocompromised in their nature. A long term solution is required for BSD to accommodate these valuable strains in a suitably protected environment to maintain their health status. The ideal solution would be an Individually Ventilated Caging (IVC) system with a biosafety cabinet. We are looking to obtain two racks of IVC caging with an air handling unit that will provide flexibility and scope for expansion as the work progresses. The biosafety cabinet would provide the flexibility needed for animal husbandry and regulated scientific procedures and afford protection to conspecifics from sight, sound and smell. This equipment would protect the animals from external contaminants and cross contamination, and improve protection to operators from animal allergens. This would, in turn, ensure accurate scientific results, prevent the need for repetition of experiments resulting from poor data or inadequate bio-exclusion and ultimately reduce the numbers of animals used. This solution would therefore meet the requirements of the Animals (Scientific Procedures Act) 1986 and demonstrate The Agency’s commitment to the 3R’s (Replacement, Reduction, Refinement) framework for humane animal research. The purchase of this equipment would ensure The Agency is able to continue its role supporting world class research at NIBSC.

MHRA-Scietific- Individually Ventilated Cage (IVC) Equipment & Biosafety Cabinet

Public Health England | Published June 12, 2016  -  Deadline July 14, 2016
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The Agency is looking to purchase an Individually Ventilated Caging (IVC) system and a biosafety cabinet for their Biological Services Division (BSD).

The Agency continues to be involved with high quality work using animals that will lead to the understanding of diseases as well as the development of therapeutic agents and reference standards. This work includes models that are immunocompromised in their nature. A long term solution is required for BSD to accommodate these valuable strains in a suitably protected environment to maintain their health status.

The ideal solution would be an Individually Ventilated Caging (IVC) system with a biosafety cabinet. We are looking to obtain two racks of IVC caging with an air handling unit that will provide flexibility and scope for expansion as the work progresses. The biosafety cabinet would provide the flexibility needed for animal husbandry and regulated scientific procedures and afford protection to conspecifics from sight, sound and smell. This equipment would protect the animals from external contaminants and cross contamination, and improve protection to operators from animal allergens. This would, in turn, ensure accurate scientific results, prevent the need for repetition of experiments resulting from poor data or inadequate bio-exclusion and ultimately reduce the numbers of animals used.

This solution would therefore meet the requirements of the Animals (Scientific Procedures Act) 1986 and demonstrate The Agency’s commitment to the 3R’s (Replacement, Reduction, Refinement) framework for humane animal research.

The purchase of this equipment would ensure The Agency is able to continue its role supporting world class research at NIBSC.
 

EMC 024 — day service and employment opportunities at Greenacres, near Baschurch, North Shropshire f

Shropshire Council | Published November 7, 2014  -  Deadline December 5, 2014
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85312110

Shropshire Council is seeking a service provider to manage and develop (on its behalf) Greenacres, a rural property near Baschurch in North SY4 2JA currently offering a day service and employment opportunities for 31 adults with learning disabilities. The site and service are currently owned and managed by Shropshire Council and has been in operation since the early 1990's. The centre currently supports 31 adults aged between 20 to 69 over five days (Monday to Friday). This equates to 104 day places over the week at present. The Centre is well established within the local community and is a supplier of farm produce, plants and preserves to a number of outlets across Shropshire. There is scope for further development of this aspect of the service. The Centre is staffed by a stable and experienced staff group employed by Shropshire Council and applicants should note that it is considered that the Employee ‘Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations ‘2006 (‘TUPE') will apply to this contract. Also compliance with the provisions The Best Value Authorities Staff Transfers (Pensions) Direction 2007, in relation to the Local Government Pension Scheme (as administered by Shropshire County Pension Fund) will also be required. Applicants are advised to seek their own legal advice about the practicality of these regulations. The Centre is run to a high standard and is highly valued by the people who use the service, their families and carers. Shropshire Council is wishing to develop the style of service by transferring the existing service to a new provider willing to undertake both continuity of service provision in the first instance and redevelopment of the service and site into a more commercially viable operation and provide opportunities for individuals to maximise their potential to gain employment. We would also like to see the continued expansion and diversification of the production and sales of farm produce and other related products and services. The service in the future should provide both a therapeutic setting for individuals suited by the rural environment and a platform for those who can gain and increase accredited horticultural, animal husbandry, food production and customer service skills which will enable them to gain employment in a more open work situation. The Council is currently facing unprecedented financial pressures and is unable to invest any additional revenue or capital in any improvements that the successful operator may wish to make to the premises. Prospective operators will therefore have to secure and provide any necessary investment to undertake any improvements. Providers are also encouraged to consider how they might seek appropriate external grant funding to further enhance and develop the service. The Council is initially proposing, to offer a five year lease of the property at a peppercorn rent with an option to extend for a term commensurate with any extension of the service contract. The Council is also proposing a service contract for an initial period of 5 years with the option for further extensions up to a maximum of a further 10 years at 5 yearly intervals. However under this competitive dialogue process bidders may put forward any alternative proposals or any variant to the Council's initial proposals. The service provider will work in accordance with the ‘Safeguarding adults: multi-agency policy and procedures for the West Midlands' The Council wishes to maximise the social and economic impact of the proposed solution and therefore will be seeking a provider who can support volunteering, training and employment opportunities both locally and for service users, and who will actively support the local supply chain both during redevelopment of the service and during normal operation. The Council would also be supportive of proposals which would expand the service to a wider client group.</

UK SBS RE130141 Supply of Small Animals of the Rodentia Order.

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published May 13, 2014  -  Deadline June 10, 2014
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03325000, 73110000

This requirement is for the Supply of Small Laboratory Animals of the Rodentia Order for Research purposes that is compliant with current Home Office legislation or equivalent. Government Research Laboratories and the Research Councils are engaged in world-class science and discovery and require materials and models of the best quality to maintain and further their high profile in the scientific arena. There is a requirement for Animals Models from Library Stocks and Strains, and also for the production of heterozygotic and homozygotic Transgenic animal models from genetic information supplied. The requirement is split into four Lots: Lot 1: Small Laboratory Animals from Library Stocks – Mice To supply pure stable strains of healthy breeding mice for research purposes only, which exhibit high fecundity together with sustainable litter sizes. They should not demonstrate any genetic variation and have no heritable genetic diseases. The animals should be Specific Pathogen Free and should be bred and maintained in accordance with Home Office and EU guidelines. The supplier must be able to provide all relevant documentation to demonstrate compliance with the animal husbandry regulations together with historical proof of the breeding line, together with up to date evidence of routine genotyping to verify the strain. Lot 2: Small Laboratory Animals from Library Stocks – Rats To supply pure stable strains of healthy breeding rats for research purposes only, and which exhibit high fecundity together with sustainable litter sizes. They should not demonstrate any genetic variation and have no heritable genetic diseases. The animals should be Specific Pathogen Free and should be bred and maintained in accordance with Home Office and EU guidelines. The supplier must be able to provide all relevant documentation to demonstrate compliance with the animal husbandry regulations together with historical proof of the breeding line, together with up to date evidence of routine genotyping to verify the strain. Lot 3: Small Laboratory Animals – Custom Transgenics – Mice The supply of Custom Transgenic Mice will be a collaborative process between Researcher and Supplier and should follow specific milestones during the derivation process. This will involve setting up Confidentiality Agreements agreed between the Research establishment and Supplier to ensure the exchange of all intellectual property is held in strict confidence by the Supplier. Lot 4: Small Laboratory Animals – Custom Transgenics –Rats. The supply of Custom Transgenic Rats will be a collaborative process between Researcher and Supplier and should follow specific milestones during the derivation process. This will involve setting up Confidentiality Agreements agreed between the Research establishment and Supplier to ensure the exchange of all intellectual property is held in strict confidence by the Supplier. UK SBS will require the Potential Providers to quote against their Specification and provide the requested supporting data for all quoted services. The resulting contracts will be of a framework nature with multiple vendors with sites throughout the UK being able to place orders. Following evaluation of the compliant Bids in the next RFQ stage, and approval of the outcome, the Authority intends to appoint the appropriate number of successful Suppliers to enter into a Contract for Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4. Publish Contract Notice and Issue RFI: 16/04/2014 RFI Return Date: 06/06/2014 Notification of proposed shortlist: 17/06/2014 Issue of RFQ Documents to successful Bidders: 25/06/2014 Anticipated Contract Award Date: 26/08/2014

UK SBS RE130141 Supply of Small Animals of the Rodentia Order.

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published May 13, 2014  -  Deadline May 31, 2014
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03325000, 73110000, 03325000, 73110000, 03325000, 73110000, 03325000, 73110000, 03325000, 73110000

This requirement is for the Supply of Small Laboratory Animals of the Rodentia Order for Research purposes that is compliant with current Home Office legislation or equivalent. Government Research Laboratories and the Research Councils are engaged in world-class science and discovery and require materials and models of the best quality to maintain and further their high profile in the scientific arena. There is a requirement for Animals Models from Library Stocks and Strains, and also for the production of heterozygotic and homozygotic Transgenic animal models from genetic information supplied. The requirement is split into four Lots: Lot 1: Small Laboratory Animals from Library Stocks – Mice To supply pure stable strains of healthy breeding mice for research purposes only, which exhibit high fecundity together with sustainable litter sizes. They should not demonstrate any genetic variation and have no heritable genetic diseases. The animals should be Specific Pathogen Free and should be bred and maintained in accordance with Home Office and EU guidelines. The supplier must be able to provide all relevant documentation to demonstrate compliance with the animal husbandry regulations together with historical proof of the breeding line, together with up to date evidence of routine genotyping to verify the strain. Lot 2: Small Laboratory Animals from Library Stocks – Rats To supply pure stable strains of healthy breeding rats for research purposes only, and which exhibit high fecundity together with sustainable litter sizes. They should not demonstrate any genetic variation and have no heritable genetic diseases. The animals should be Specific Pathogen Free and should be bred and maintained in accordance with Home Office and EU guidelines. The supplier must be able to provide all relevant documentation to demonstrate compliance with the animal husbandry regulations together with historical proof of the breeding line, together with up to date evidence of routine genotyping to verify the strain. Lot 3: Small Laboratory Animals – Custom Transgenics – Mice The supply of Custom Transgenic Mice will be a collaborative process between Researcher and Supplier and should follow specific milestones during the derivation process. This will involve setting up Confidentiality Agreements agreed between the Research establishment and Supplier to ensure the exchange of all intellectual property is held in strict confidence by the Supplier. Lot 4: Small Laboratory Animals – Custom Transgenics –Rats. The supply of Custom Transgenic Rats will be a collaborative process between Researcher and Supplier and should follow specific milestones during the derivation process. This will involve setting up Confidentiality Agreements agreed between the Research establishment and Supplier to ensure the exchange of all intellectual property is held in strict confidence by the Supplier. UK SBS will require the Potential Providers to quote against their Specification and provide the requested supporting data for all quoted services. The resulting contracts will be of a framework nature with multiple vendors with sites throughout the UK being able to place orders. Following evaluation of the compliant Bids in the next RFQ stage, and approval of the outcome, the Authority intends to appoint the appropriate number of successful Suppliers to enter into a Contract for Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4. Publish Contract Notice and Issue RFI: 16/04/2014 RFI Return Date: 06/06/2014 Notification of proposed shortlist: 17/06/2014 Issue of RFQ Documents to successful Bidders: 25/06/2014 Anticipated Contract Award Date: 26/08/2014
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