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UK SBS Industrial Development Advisory Board (IDAB) Appointments

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LTD | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 26, 2015
Winner
Hays Specialist Recruitment
cpvs
79000000

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) requires a company to provide executive search services to enable it to recruit up to six Members for the Industrial Development Advisory Board (IDAB). The purpose is to use consultants’ experience and expertise to broaden representation on the Board, in terms of the range of experience and skills, and to enhance its diversity.

UK SBS PS16168 Future Capacities and Capabilities of the UK Steel Industry

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published September 12, 2016
Winner
Grant Thornton UK LLP
cpvs
73200000

The dynamics of the global steel industry have changed significantly in recent years. From the peak reached in 2011 to the start of 2016 the price of steel has more than halved, with contributing factors including overcapacity at a global level, weaker demand in Europe and expanded supply from China. The steel industry in the UK is already under significant pressure from these forces, as demonstrated by the closure of SSI UK’s Redcar steelworks in 2015. Throughout the global steel price downturn, the department has provided ongoing support to Britain’s steelmaking and British steelworkers to deliver a long-term, sustainable sector. That support has already seen tens of millions of pounds of compensation paid to energy intensive industries and will see them exempted from climate policy costs. The department has also protected the industry from unfair trading practices and has helped the government become the first to implement new guidelines making it easier for the public sector to buy British steel. The overriding aim of this business analysis and research is to assess the extent to which the current capability of the UK steel sector is well aligned to the potential future demands of the UK and EU markets. Such analysis at a company level will identify the industry’s strengths and weaknesses in market strategies and positions, as well as the areas where it needs to adapt and develop and what the barriers to this are. The output will assist industry and government in developing a long-term plan working together for a sustainable and competitive UK steel industry. Central to the study is engagement with steel consumers across a wide range of UK industrial sectors. A robust assessment of future UK demand for steel products by sector will be based on direct engagement with consuming sectors on their future business plans, have credibility with industry, and stand up to scrutiny from industry and the Steel Council. It will also require direct engagement with steel producers to understand their commercial strategies and how they are adapting to developing steel markets. Given the commercially sensitive nature of future business planning, the successful bidder will be well placed to gain the trust and co-operation of purchasers throughout the steel supply chain and in a range of key sectors. BIS will provide assistance where possible to supplement your own efforts to secure interviews.

Historic overview of Gas Manufacturing Industry

HISTORIC ENGLAND LIMITED | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
Winner
Russell Thomas WSP
cpvs
98110000

Commissioning a project which will produce a historic overview of the gas manufacturing industry in England which will serve as the definitive report for consultation by national government and local authorities during the recording and demolition of a substantial number of significant structures.

UKSBS OJEU-CR16026 Business for Skills and Innovation — Sciencewise

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 22, 2016
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72220000, 71621000, 73000000, 73200000, 73210000, 73220000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79419000, 72224000, 72246000

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (‘the Department’) is seeking to engage contractors with the right blend of public dialogue, science and technology expertise, and experience of working with Government under a new framework for Sciencewise. The roles within this framework will include providing dialogue expertise to the programme, and the conduct and evaluation of dialogue projects. The new framework will be divided into:

- Lot 1 to support the Department in running the programme by providing dialogue expertise, including all stages of the dialogue commissioning and delivery process. A maximum funding of up to £200,000 per annum will be available under this lot.

- Lot 2 to conduct (i.e. deliver) dialogue projects under the Sciencewise programme.

- Lot 3 to evaluate dialogue projects delivered through the Sciencewise programme.

UKSBS OJEU-CR16026 Business for Skills and Innovation — Sciencewise

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published November 17, 2016
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72220000, 71621000, 73000000, 73200000, 73210000, 73220000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79419000, 72220000, 72224000, 72246000, 72220000, 73220000, 71621000, 73000000, 79411000, 72246000, 72220000, 73000000, 73220000, 72246000, 79419000, 73000000, 79411000, 72220000

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (‘the Department’) is seeking to engage contractors with the right blend of public dialogue, science and technology expertise, and experience of working with Government under a new framework for Sciencewise. The roles within this framework will include providing dialogue expertise to the programme, and the conduct and evaluation of dialogue projects. The new framework will be divided into:

- Lot 1 to support the Department in running the programme by providing dialogue expertise, including all stages of the dialogue commissioning and delivery process. A maximum funding of up to £200,000 per annum will be available under this lot.

- Lot 2 to conduct (i.e. deliver) dialogue projects under the Sciencewise programme.

- Lot 3 to evaluate dialogue projects delivered through the Sciencewise programme.

RRS James Cook Software Control Winch Drive Upgrade

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published August 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 28, 2016
cpvs
42141000

RRS James Cook has a set of six electrically-driven winches and associated hydraulic outhauling equipment that were commissioned about ten years ago. The winches are used for oceanographic research. A winch typically consists of a Storage Winch and a Traction Winch; one of the winches consists only of a Storage Winch. The control system supplied by the OEM is based on two main controllers. These are industrial computers and are essentially ‘black boxes’. It is likely that these will not be fully supported into the future and that they present issues for the ongoing operation and possible future development of the winch equipment. The principle aim of the project is to replace the main controllers, implementation of new hardware is likely to affect other constituent parts of the Winch system. The new hardware will necessitate the writing of new control software, this will no doubt impact upon software running on the associated sub-systems. Examples could be the SCADA terminals and the drive system. It is possible that further hardware will also need to be replaced as a result of this. The contract is to be up to 4 years with the required warranty, service and maintenance.

Economic Value of the Defence Sector in the UK

 | Published June 27, 2016
cpvs
79300000

BIS Research & Evaluation Framework Lot 1 Background The Government’s National Security Strategy (NSS) and Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR), published in November 2015, including “Promoting our Prosperity” as a national security objective. This included commitments to refresh defence industrial policy as one of a number of measures to help the UK’s defence industry grow and compete successfully, to drive greater innovation into defence procurement and to ensure that future investment decisions contribute to a more dynamic and productive economy. To support this work BIS has identified a need to better understand the contribution that the defence sector currently makes to the UK economy. This project should refresh and develop further, the evidence base to support HMG in assessing the costs and benefits of investment decisions in defence. It could also support HMG work to develop a methodology for assessing value for money in defence investment decisions (e.g. covering trade-offs between capability, cost and exportability). Aims and Objectives of the Project The aim of this study is to better understand the value of jobs and skills in the Defence sector, and their role in driving the productivity of the sector

Systems and technical consultancy services

UK Shared Business Services | Published May 19, 2017
Winner
Wavehill Ltd
cpvs
72220000, 72246000

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (‘the Department’) is seeking to engage contractors with the right blend of public dialogue, science and technology expertise, and experience of working with Government under a new framework for Sciencewise. The roles within this framework will include providing dialogue expertise to the programme, and the conduct and evaluation of dialogue projects. The new framework will be divided into:

— Lot 1 to support the Department in running the programme by providing dialogue expertise, including all stages of the dialogue commissioning and delivery process. A maximum funding of up to 200 000 GBP per annum will be available under this lot.

— Lot 2 to conduct (i.e. deliver) dialogue projects under the Sciencewise programme.

— Lot 3 to evaluate dialogue projects delivered through the Sciencewise programme.

To support the Department in running the programme by providing dialogue expertise, including all stages of the dialogue commissioning and delivery process. A maximum funding of up to 200 000 per annum will be available under this lot.

UK SBS PS17086 Catapult Network Review

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published June 13, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
Winner
Ernst & Young LLP
cpvs
72221000

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy had a requirement for an independent Catapult Network Review. A further competition was run against CCS RM1502 ConsultancyONE framework lot 2.1 The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is a government department which will deliver an ambitious industrial strategy for the UK, maximise investment opportunities and bolster UK growth, promote competitive markets and ensure the UK has low cost, clean and reliable energy system. Innovate UK (IUK) is the UK's innovation agency, which works with people, companies and partner organisations to find and drive the science and technology innovations that will grow the UK economy. The Catapults are a network of world-leading centres designed to transform the UK's capability for innovation in specific areas and help drive future economic growth. They do this by providing innovators with access to expertise, equipment and facilities that may not be available from the market. BEIS are looking to award a contract to run a comprehensive review of the Catapult network in collaboration with Innovate UK to ensure that the Catapult network continues to deliver maximum impact for the UK.

Print Contract

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published August 14, 2017  -  Deadline July 27, 2017
Winner
Allied Publicity Services (Manchester) Limited
cpvs
79800000

Fully managed end to end print and digital solutions procured via direct award against CCS framework RM3785 Managed Print and Digitial Solutions. Lot 1 Fully managed end to end print and digital solutions. Contracting Authorities: - Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) - UK Government Investments (UKGI) - The Insolvency Service - Visit Britain / Visit England - Low Carbon Contracts (LCCC) - Department for International Trade (DIT)

UKSBS OJEU — CR16131BEIS The implications of global warming of 1.5°C and 2°C

Uk Shared Business Service Ltd | Published January 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
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73200000, 79311410, 79310000, 79300000, 79312000, 79342000, 71351600

In Paris last year, 195 countries agreed to ‘hold the increase in global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels, and pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase to 1.5°C’ (herein referred to as ‘the global temperature goal’). The UK would like to understand the different ways ‘well-below’ 2°C can be interpreted, the implications of achieving the global temperature goal, and what this would mean for a national ‘net zero greenhouse gas emissions’ goal.

This short programme of interdisciplinary research specifically aims to improve understanding of the implications of an increase in global temperature of 1.5°C and 2°C relative to pre-industrial levels to inform UK and international climate policy. It will seek to fill existing knowledge gaps on the environmental, economic and societal impacts and risks of both the resulting climate change and the mitigation actions needed to achieve the global temperature goal of the Paris Agreement of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). It also aims to clearly communicate these findings to policymakers through direct engagement and through a contribution to a special report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

This programme of work will comprise a set of complementary, interdisciplinary projects that will enable policymakers to understand the implications of the global temperature goal in a holistic, integrated manner. It will build on existing work including the AVOID2 programme, and complement the joint NERC-BEIS-funded programme on ‘Understanding the pathways to and impacts of a 1.5°C rise in global temperature’ by focusing on the socio-economic and technological aspects of the global temperature goal, and other related on-going projects.

How to apply — UK Shared Business Services eSourcing

As part of the strategic alliance between UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS) and Crown Commercial Service (CCS), UK SBS can use the CCS eSourcing Suite for future procurements.

If you have not yet registered on the eSourcing Suite, this can be done online at https://gpsesourcing.cabinetoffice.gov.uk by following the link ‘Register for CCS eSourcing’. Please note that, to register, you must have a valid DUNS number (as provided by Dun and Bradstreet) for the organisation which you are registering, who will be entering into a contract if invited to do so.

Once you have registered on the eSourcing Suite, a registered user can express an interest for a specific procurement. This is done by emailing expressionofinterest@crowncommercial.gov.uk.

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Crown Commercial Service will process the email and then enable the Bidder to access the procurement online via the e-Sourcing Suite. The registered user will receive a notification email to alert them once this has been done.

The Sourcing documents can then be accessed on the eSourcing Suite at: https://gpsesourcing.cabinetoffice.gov.uk using the instructions detailed in the Specification documents within Contracts Finder.

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Cyclical & Response Maintenance Contracts ( West of England)

English Heritage-Estates | Published August 26, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
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45212350

English Heritage Trust wishes to re-tender the measured term contracts for a) building maintenance services and b) mechanical & electrical maintenance services for parts of its estate of historic sites, associated buildings and offices. English Heritage Trust manages over 400 historic properties across England as well as offices and stores. The sites have a mix of both historic and non-historic assets and some hold collections of significant value and of historic importance. Some may be in remote areas and may be difficult to access. They vary significantly in size, complexity, geographical location and type ranging from furnished historic houses, ruined castles and abbeys to prehistoric and Roman remains, industrial sites, gardens and statues. Almost all are protected as scheduled ancient monuments and /or listed buildings, registered historic gardens, conservation areas. A few are World Heritage Sites. English Heritage Trust conserves and maintains these properties for the enjoyment of present and future generations. This Tender covers the West of England and is broken down into Lots as follows: North Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Shropshire & Staffordshire, Cheshire, Lot 14A B&CE, £1, 470,000 North Wiltshire, Bristol, South Herefordshire & Gloucestershire, Lot 15A, B&CE, £731,000 Somerset, Dorset & South Wiltshire, Lot 16A, B&CE, £1, 750,000 Devon & Cornwall, Lot 17A, B&CE, £1, 200,000 Isles of Scilly, Lot 18A,B&CE, £243,000 North Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Shropshire & Staffordshire, Cheshire, Lot 14B, M&E, £635,000 North Wiltshire, Bristol, South Herefordshire & Gloucestershire, Lot 15B, M&E , £160,000 Somerset, Dorset & South Wiltshire, Lot 16B, M&E, £2, 000,000 Devon & Cornwall, Lot 17B, M&E, £280,000 The tender will be a two stage tender with an envisaged 5 suppliers being taken through to the ITT stage for each Lot based on their response to the initial Pre-Qualification (PQQ) exercise. The values shown are for an initial five year term. The contract may subsequently be extended for up to two further years.

Cyclical & Response Maintenance Contracts (London & East of England)

English Heritage-Estates | Published August 12, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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45212350

English Heritage Trust wishes to re-tender the measured term contracts for a) building maintenance services and b) mechanical & electrical maintenance services for parts of its estate of historic sites, associated buildings and offices. English Heritage Trust manages over 400 historic properties across England as well as offices and stores. The sites have a mix of both historic and non-historic assets and some hold collections of significant value and of historic importance. Some may be in remote areas and may be difficult to access. They vary significantly in size, complexity, geographical location and type ranging from furnished historic houses, ruined castles and abbeys to prehistoric and Roman remains, industrial sites, gardens and statues. Almost all are protected as scheduled ancient monuments and /or listed buildings, registered historic gardens, conservation areas. A few are World Heritage Sites. English Heritage Trust conserves and maintains these properties for the enjoyment of present and future generations. This Tender covers London and the East of England and is broken down into Lots as follows: Northants & Rutland, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire & Leicestershire Lot 7A B&CE £433,000 Norfolk & Suffolk Lot 8A B&CE £374,000 Cambridge & Essex Lot 9A B&CE £665,000 Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Lot 10A B&CE £750,000 London North Lot 19A B&CE £1,368,000 London South Lot 20A B&CE £613,000 Northants & Rutland, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire & Leicestershire Lot 7B M&E £510,000 Norfolk & Suffolk Lot 8B M&E £195,000 Cambridge & Essex Lot 9B M&E £270,000 Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Lot 10B M&E £225,000 London North Lot 19B M&E £782,000 London South Lot 20B M&E £382,000 The tender will be a two stage tender with an envisaged 5 suppliers being taken through to the ITT stage for each Lot based on their response to the initial Pre-Qualification (PQQ) exercise.

UK SBS RE140140STFC Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Radio Telescope Economic Case

UK Shared Business Services Ltd. | Published October 21, 2014
Winner
PA Consulting Group 123 Buckingham Palace Road, London, United Kingdom, SW1W 9SR
cpvs
79342000, 79312000, 79310000, 79300000

STFC’s vision is to maximise the impact of our knowledge, skills, facilities and resources for the benefit of the United Kingdom and its people. In 2010, STFC set out a ten-year strategy to deliver this vision, through our three strategic goals of world class research, world class innovation, and world class skills. As part of this strategy the STFC must provide proof of the Business viability of any project it undertakes. It is therefore important that a strong Business Case is made to BIS regarding why the SKA is Economically important to the UK and where UK industry can be best placed to provide effective tenders to the construction phase of the SKA. These studies will provide valuable evidence to STFC, BIS and wider Government of the impact of the SKA to the UK. This study has two objectives; the first objective is that STFC are seeking support to develop an Economic Case for an Outline Business Study, for the investment required in Phase 1 of the SKA programme. The UK’s spend is circa £100M. The Economic Case developed will be in accordance with HM Treasury Green Book guidance, using the ‘5 Case’ model. The second objective is an extension of the Economic Case. The options analysis that forms a key part of the Economic Case will incorporate an opportunity and capability analysis that would examine the potential extent of UK industry involvement, which can in turn feed into industrial / sector based strategy with any gaps in capability identified to inform the industry strategy. A breakdown of the industry sector requirements of the SKA and how these fit the strengths and weaknesses of the UK will be important for devising focus for the strategy.

UK SBS PS16283 Asset Transfer Legal Resource

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published August 10, 2017  -  Deadline April 6, 2017
Winner
Burges Salmon LLP
cpvs
79100000

The Research and Innovation Transformation (RIT) directorate sit within the department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The RIT team are responsible for the implementation of the United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) a new non ministerial government body created under the Higher Education and Research bill (subject to Parliament). BEIS had a requirement for legal services to ensure assets and liabilities from the partner organisations are legally transferred over to UKRI. BEIS ran a mini competition against CCS RM3786 General Legal Advice Services Tier 1

UK SBS BLOJEU-CR17077INN - Advanced Materials Landscape

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published July 18, 2017  -  Deadline August 24, 2017
cpvs
73200000

Advanced materials can be defined as: Materials designed for targeted properties and includes both completely new materials and those that are developments on traditional materials. Such materials show novel or improved structural and/or functional properties. (https://connect.innovateuk.org/documents/26203578/0/High-Level%20Strategy%20-%20National%20Strategy%20for%20Advanced%20Materials?version=1.0) Practically, at Innovate UK we recognise that all cutting edge material research could be considered advanced materials. This includes innovation in: metals, polymers, composites, coatings, nanomaterials/2D/graphene, glass, ceramics and electronic and functional materials. Innovate UK is organised into four sector teams. Each of these teams focuses on a specific set of industrial areas. Advanced materials industries are supported under the Manufacturing and materials directorate. The Directorate had a budget of £137m focused on supporting both advanced material and manufacturing businesses. The Directorate also fund the 7 High Value Manufacturing Catapults across the UK that support cutting edge innovation in manufacturing. With a small team of 5, the advanced materials team are tasked with supporting a diverse range of industries. Historically, our focus to date has been to target competitions on specific topic areas. However, with publication of the Industrial Strategy Green Paper and the announcement of the £4.9bn Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund we have an opportunity to develop larger programmes targeting materials sectors. We want understand the size, shape and capabilities of the whole advanced materials sector and individual advanced materials industries within it: including their supply chain and their customers in the UK, as well as their growth rates. This is so that the Advanced materials teams in Innovate UK and central BEIS can better target government innovation support and investment to help this sector grow. We hope that a better understanding of the sector will help us retain research, development and innovation in the UK, for example by making it easier for those engaged with innovation projects to find UK manufacturers for the new products they develop. DO NOT APPLY DIRECTLY TO BUYER All submissions will be assessed in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, for procurement values that exceed Regulation 5 (Threshold amounts) Responses must be received by the date in the bid documents. Responses received outside or concurrently using the eSourcing process will not be accepted or considered further for this opportunity. Please disregard any content in this notice that requests your organisation "to apply directly to the buyer" as this unfortunately a system generated error, that is outside of the Contracting Authorities control The final date and time for the submission of bids is day / date / month / year at 11:00 DO NOT apply directly to the buyer.

UK SBS PS16185 Newton-Picarte Fund - Chile: Innovate UK-FIA Young Chilean Agricultural Innovation Programme

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published August 12, 2016  -  Deadline September 16, 2016
cpvs
80570000

Newton-Picarte Fund - Chile Innovate UK is a delivery partner of the Newton Fund (www.newtonfund.ac.uk). Managed by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (formerly Business Innovation and Skills), the Newton Fund is part of the UK government’s Official Development Assistance (ODA) to emerging economies and developing countries around the world. The Fund has been established to develop long term sustainable growth and welfare of 16 partner countries (including Chile), through strengthening their science and innovation partnerships with the UK. By working together on joint programmes with a research and innovation focus, the UK will deliver development objectives and at the same time build strong, sustainable, systemic relationships with partner countries that also bring benefits back to the UK. As part of this Fund, Innovate UK is collaborating with the Foundation for Agricultural Innovation, Chile (FIA) to build innovation capacity amongst the next generation of entrepreneurs in the agri-food and forestry sectors in Chile. Under this contract, Innovate UK and FIA invite bids from suitable agencies to design and deliver a capacity building and mentoring programme to be run during October-December 2016 in Chile and the UK for a group of young Chilean entrepreneurs in the agri-food and forestry sectors, who we are calling “Young Innovators”. These entrepreneurs will typically be between 18-30 years old. The overall and specific objectives of this Young Innovators capacity building programme, and the outcomes it expects to achieve, are as follows: To support the development of innovative entrepreneurship in young leaders in response to requirements and opportunities of the Chilean agri-food and forestry sectors. Specific Objectives • Build a group of young innovators’ capacity to formulate business plans and innovative projects, related to agri-food and forestry. • Support a smaller group of young innovators to implement projects as part of their business plans. • Promote the creation of cooperation and collaboration networks between young Chileans and research and innovation institutions in both Chile and the UK. • Support a new generation of technologies in product development, services or product improvements in the Chilean agri-food and forestry sectors. Please refer to the attached tender documentation for the full specification.

UK SBS PS17168 BEIS Global Automotive Company Investment Strategy Insight

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published August 3, 2017  -  Deadline August 17, 2017
cpvs
66171000

***PLEASE NOTE CLOSING DATE/TIME 17/08/17 @ 14:00PM, PLEASE DO NOT APPLY DIRECT TO BUYER*** The UK Government has vital discussions with current and potential inward investors in important economic sectors. This includes automotive firms who have economically and socially important regional presence supporting jobs are a plank of our forward looking industrial strategy and are a key part our efforts to ensure competitive and innovative advanced manufacturing develops in the UK. We rely on a wide pool of intelligence and insight to support Ministers in these commercial discussions - and have used consultants on previous major projects. Without additional commercial insights and expertise, HMG must rely on the views of industry alone to judge the risks and opportunities for UK plc on specific investment decisions. In deepening our understanding of auto firm's decision drivers and trends in the current context, we have already drawn on the expertise from a wide number of internal staff to build our current picture: • The relationship managers and senior staff with insights into the automotive industry and individual firms. • Government's industrial and economic analysts • Close working with manufacturing academics • Procured market leading auto data from key data sources. • Close working with government colleagues with expertise in trade, new technology and EU regulations. This requirement will require the supplier to lend further insight to several aspects of a global automotive firm's upcoming decision making process, including company model, R&D and investment strategy. The three fundamental elements are: • Considering the wider context, a global auto company's likely long term EU strategy, including opportunities and challenges around electrification and platforms • Benchmarking internal competitiveness of international production sites, and considering how the UK compares • How Brexit specifically might affect these decisions in the short and longer term. Note : Please disregard any content in this notice that requests your organisation "to apply directly to the buyer" as this unfortunately a system generated error, that is outside of the Contracting Authorities control

Cyclical & Response Maintenance Contracts (London & East of England)

English Heritage | Published March 22, 2017  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
Winner
Arthur McKay and Sons Ltd
cpvs
45212350

English Heritage Trust wishes to re-tender the measured term contracts for a) building maintenance services and b) mechanical & electrical maintenance services for parts of its estate of historic sites, associated buildings and offices. English Heritage Trust manages over 400 historic properties across England as well as offices and stores. The sites have a mix of both historic and non-historic assets and some hold collections of significant value and of historic importance. Some may be in remote areas and may be difficult to access. They vary significantly in size, complexity, geographical location and type ranging from furnished historic houses, ruined castles and abbeys to prehistoric and Roman remains, industrial sites, gardens and statues. Almost all are protected as scheduled ancient monuments and /or listed buildings, registered historic gardens, conservation areas. A few are World Heritage Sites. English Heritage Trust conserves and maintains these properties for the enjoyment of present and future generations.

Cyclical & Response Maintenance Contracts ( North of England)

English Heritage | Published March 22, 2017  -  Deadline January 6, 2017
Winner
Arthur McKay and Sons Ltd
cpvs
45212350

English Heritage Trust wishes to re-tender the measured term contracts for a) building maintenance services and b) mechanical & electrical maintenance services for parts of its estate of historic sites, associated buildings and offices. English Heritage Trust manages over 400 historic properties across England as well as offices and stores. The sites have a mix of both historic and non-historic assets and some hold collections of significant value and of historic importance. Some may be in remote areas and may be difficult to access. They vary significantly in size, complexity, geographical location and type ranging from furnished historic houses, ruined castles and abbeys to prehistoric and Roman remains, industrial sites, gardens and statues. Almost all are protected as scheduled ancient monuments and /or listed buildings, registered historic gardens, conservation areas. A few are World Heritage Sites. English Heritage Trust conserves and maintains these properties for the enjoyment of present and future generations.