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Design, Printing & Distribution of Durham County News

Durham County Council | Published January 19, 2009  -  Deadline February 16, 2009
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82000000

Tender for the Design, Printing & Distribution of a Durham County News Magazine produced 9 times a year in an A4 Magazine format. This Magazine aims to reach every household and business in County Durham. 

Overseas Branch Campuses - Local Printing & Distribution of Prospectuses

Heriot Watt University | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline May 8, 2015
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191700

Heriot-Watt University invites tenders for the provision of local, in-country sheet-fed offset litho printing and distribution services in respect of prospectuses for its branch campuses in Dubai (Dubai International Academic City); and Malaysia (Putrajaya).

Design, Advertising, Printing & Distribution of "Hart News"

Hart District Council | Published June 15, 2018  -  Deadline July 11, 2018
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79800000

Provision of Design, Advertising, Printing and Distribution of "Hart News" for Hart District Council. Bidders are invited to quote for part or all elements of the service.

NEPO Contract for the Provision of Electoral Ballot Packs, Poll Cards and Polling Station Posters

Gateshead Council | Published October 2, 2007  -  Deadline November 2, 2007
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45000000

Expressions of interest is sought from potential suppliers who wish to be considered for the Provision of Electoral Ballot Packs, Poll Cards and Polling Station Ballot Papers. This will include personalised 'bar coded' documents, printing, distribution and the management of the entire process. 

OJEU16-009 - Printing, Data Entry, Pick and Pack, Delivery, Collection and Storage for Examination B

Durham University | Published March 7, 2017
Winner
AGNE Ltd trading as Alphagraphics
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64120000

The University requires a framework with a single supplier who can provide a one-stop solution that covers printing, distribution, collection and data entry of CEM's entrance tests for school age children. This contract includes the following three elements: Printing Optical Mark Recognition, Design, Software Code and Data Entry Distribution, Collection, Pick and Pack and Storage service The contract will commence on 1.2.2017 and will run for 4 years. The contract will be for sole use of Durham University.

OJEU16-009 - Printing, Data Entry, Pick and Pack, Delivery, Collection and Storage for Examination Booklets

Durham University | Published March 7, 2017
Winner
AGNE Ltd trading as Alphagraphics
cpvs
72312000, 64120000

The University requires a framework with a single supplier who can provide a one-stop solution that covers printing, distribution, collection and data entry of CEM's entrance tests for school age children. This contract includes the following three elements:

Printing

Optical Mark Recognition, Design, Software Code and Data Entry

Distribution, Collection, Pick and Pack and Storage service

The contract will commence on 1.2.2017 and will run for 4 years.

The contract will be for sole use of Durham University.

OJEU16-009 -Printing, Data Entry, Pick and Pack, Delivery, Collection and Storage for Examination Bo

University of Durham | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline November 22, 2016
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72312000, 79810000, 64120000

The University requires a framework with a single supplier who can provide a one-stop solution that covers printing, distribution, collection and data entry of CEM's entrance tests for school age children. This contract includes the following three elements:

Printing

Optical Mark Recognition, Design, Software Code and Data Entry

Distribution, Collection, Pick and Pack and Storage service

The contract will commence on 1.2.2017 and will run for 4 years.

The contract will be for sole use of Durham University.

Please click on the following link to see all of the documentation and or to express an interest:

http://events.transaxions.com/service.aspx?event=6744

OJEU16-009 -Printing, Data Entry, Pick and Pack, Delivery, Collection and Storage for Examination Booklets

University of Durham | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline November 22, 2016
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72312000, 79810000, 64120000

The University requires a framework with a single supplier who can provide a one-stop solution that covers printing, distribution, collection and data entry of CEM's entrance tests for school age children. This contract includes the following three elements:

Printing

Optical Mark Recognition, Design, Software Code and Data Entry

Distribution, Collection, Pick and Pack and Storage service

The contract will commence on 1.2.2017 and will run for 4 years.

The contract will be for sole use of Durham University.

Please click on the following link to see all of the documentation and or to express an interest:

http://events.transaxions.com/service.aspx?event=6744

Elections Printing 2018/2023

Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council | Published November 14, 2017  -  Deadline December 11, 2017
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79824000

The Borough Council of Newcastle-under-Lyme is looking to appoint a supplier for the following electoral services printing distribution and graphics services

Centre for evaluation and monitoring (CEM) - data entry and printing contract.

University of Durham | Published April 3, 2012  -  Deadline May 3, 2012
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64120000, 72312000, 79810000

A range of research projects (Alis, Yellis and PIPS plus an entrance test) requiring printing, distribution, collection and data entry of assessments taken by school children. Data entry to be processed by means of manual keying.

Printing and related services

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published June 18, 2013  -  Deadline July 29, 2013
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79800000

The Department for Business Innovation & Skills is taking forward consideration of the options for a sale of shares in Royal Mail as enabled by the Postal Services Act 2011 and to fulfill the Coalition Government's commitment to give Royal Mail future access to private sector capital. No decisions have been taken on the timing or type of transaction that will be undertaken. BIS Ministers have said that they are attracted to selling shares through an Initial Public Offering (IPO). This would require the printing and distribution of full and summary prospectuses as well as a range of ancillary documents. Such an offering may also include a retail offer to members of the public. BIS, therefore, wishes to procure one supplier who can provide specialist typesetting services of the prospectuses and the printing and distribution services required for such an offer. The exact nature of the offer, if it goes ahead, will not be known until Ministers have reached final decisions on the sale – there is no specific timeline for these decisions. BIS will only consider appointing one firm for the complete work. Submissions for part of the work will not be accepted.

DETI-Design, Build & Operate Statistical Survey IT System and Support Services

Department of Finance and Personnel Northern Ireland | Published February 3, 2011  -  Deadline March 7, 2011
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The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment’s Statistics Research Branch
(SRB), whose statisticians are out-posted from the Northern Ireland Statistics and
Research Agency, provides statistical, analytical and briefing services to the
Government of Northern Ireland in the area of Northern Ireland economic and labour
market statistics. SRB currently undertake 12 Northern Ireland surveys, which
involves processing approximately 80,000 business survey forms annually. It also
issues and collects some 6,000 forms for onward transmission to the Office for
National Statistics, without data entry. The vast majority of questionnaires issued
remain as paper forms. The content, number of surveys and survey sample sizes can
vary from year to year. Further information on DETI’s Statistics Research
Publications can be found at www.detini.gov.uk/deti-stats-index.htm.
The Successful Contractor must design, build and provide a Managed IT Service to
facilitate the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment’s Statistics Research
Branch to collect, edit and potentially analyse information from businesses for
official statistical purposes; as well as to design, build and operate a range of
Survey Support Services, which could include design, printing, distribution and
collection, online secure hosting, help desk, scanning, data capture and secure
storage.  

Printing, Data Entry, Pick and Pack,Delivery, Collection and Storage for Examination

Durham University | Published March 7, 2017  -  Deadline November 22, 2016
Winner
AGNE Ltd trading as Alphagraphics
cpvs
72312000

The University requires a framework with a single supplier who can provide a one-stop solution that covers printing, distribution, collection and data entry of CEM's entrance tests for school age children. This contract includes the following three elements: Printing Optical Mark Recognition, Design, Software Code and Data Entry Distribution, Collection, Pick and Pack and Storage service The contract will commence on 1.2.2017 and will run for 4 years. The contract will be for sole use of Durham University.

Tender for the Print, Distribution and Managed Service of Garden Waste Permits

Dundee City Council | Published May 31, 2019  -  Deadline July 2, 2019
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79800000, 79800000

Tender for the print, distribution and managed service of garden waste permits CPV: 79800000, 79800000.

Printing, Data Entry, Pick and Pack,Delivery, Collection and Storage for Examination

Durham University | Published October 19, 2016  -  Deadline November 22, 2016
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72312000

The University requires a framework with a single supplier who can provide a one-stop solution that covers printing, distribution, collection and data entry of CEM's entrance tests for school age children. This contract includes the following three elements: Printing Optical Mark Recognition, Design, Software Code and Data Entry Distribution, Collection, Pick and Pack and Storage service The contract will commence on 1.2.2017 and will run for 4 years. The contract will be for sole use of Durham University. Please click on the following link to see all of the documentation and or to express an interest: http://events.transaxions.com/service.aspx?event=6744

Design, print, distribution, storage of marketing literature, and other design and/or print requirements for college departments.

Colchester Institute | Published September 8, 2012  -  Deadline November 15, 2012
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79800000, 79810000, 79820000, 79823000, 79824000

Printing and related services. Printing services. Services related to printing. Printing and delivery services. Printing and distribution services. In order to participate in this procurement, vendors must e-mail sarah.beard@colchester.ac.uk before Thursday the 11.10.2012. Expressions of interest received after this date will be disregarded. All contact must be made via email only please do not call. This procurement will be managed through Delta E-Sourcing for more information visit www.delta-esourcing.com and vendors will be required to sign up (FOC) to participate. An access code to view PQQ documents will be provided to those vendors registering their interest in the timeframe as set out above. Colchester Institute (‘The College’) is looking for an organisation to work with for it’s design and/or print requirements. A key factor of this contract is for a number of course prospectuses that The College produces annually, to include postcards, flyers and book marks that complement the prospectuses, but there are also many other promotional materials for other college departments required throughout the contract. The awarded contract will initially be 1 year (12 months) but will include the option for the College to extend for a period of one year (12 months) and a further 1 year (12 months) subsequently, subject to satisfactory performance reviews held at regular intervals, and confirmation in writing to the account manager no less than 2 months from the end of the contract year.

Item Writing Framework for the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) from 2016

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION | Published September 30, 2015
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80000000

The Standards and Testing Agency (STA) is an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE). The STA’s main functions are to: • develop high quality and rigorous DfE tests and assessments in line with Ministerial policy; • undertake operational delivery of DfE tests and assessment (including printing, distribution, marking and data capture of tests as appropriate); and • support schools, test centres and other stakeholders to deliver DfE tests and assessments. STA is responsible for developing and delivering the national curriculum tests and assessments and ensuring their proper and safe production and administration. These assessments operate across Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and key stages 1, 2 and 3 and are used by a wide range of maintained and other schools. STA is also responsible for developing and delivering Professional Skills Tests for prospective teachers. Further information about STA and the national curriculum tests and assessments can be found at www.education.gov.uk/assessments. Description of the contract STA wish to establish an Item Writing Framework of suitably experienced suppliers to develop items (test questions) and mark schemes for a range of DfE assessments. STA plan to establish the framework agreement by April 2016 and it will operate for a maximum of four years. Currently, STA procures new items for key stage 1 and key stage 2 National Curriculum Tests (English reading; English grammar, punctuation and spelling; and mathematics at key stage 1. Those same subjects plus science at key stage 2), and items for the on-screen Professional Skills Tests for Prospective Teachers (for Literacy and Numeracy). As new items are required, suppliers on the framework will be invited to submit invitations to quote (ITQs) on a project by project basis to secure call-off contracts. The total value of the work over the maximum term of four years is expected to be between £500,000 and £5,000,000 See 'Attachments' for further information including indicative key dates.

Forensic Script Examination Service for the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) 2015.

Department for Education | Published February 28, 2015
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80000000

The Standards and Testing Agency (STA) is an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE). The STA's main functions are to: — develop high quality and rigorous DfE tests and assessments in line with Ministerial policy; — undertake operational delivery of DfE tests and assessment (including printing, distribution, marking and data capture of tests as appropriate); — support schools, test centres and other stakeholders to deliver DfE tests and assessments; — support and implement arrangements for moderation of teacher assessment judgements. STA is responsible for developing and delivering the national curriculum tests and assessments and ensuring their proper and safe production and administration. These assessments operate across Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and key stages 1, 2 and 3 and are used by a wide range of maintained and other schools. STA is also responsible for developing and delivering Professional Skills Tests for prospective teachers. Further information about STA and the national curriculum tests and assessments can be found at www.education.gov.uk/assessments Description of the contract: STA wish to appoint a third party supplier to undertake a forensic examination of a sample of the 2015 levels 3-5 National Curriculum test scripts, from a selected sample of schools, to try and identify cases of suspected maladministration. The sample of schools will be identified by STA. The contract will be for a single project, taking place between July and November 2015. Scheduled date for start of award procedures The contract will be awarded by 31.7.2015, allowing for the script examination to take place in autumn 2015. The required services include (but are not limited to): Technical: — Forensic script examination procedures; — Test and pupil data handling; — Storage and management of scripts during the examination process; — Data capture and management; — Data analysis; — Report on outcomes of script examinations; General: — Project Management; — Management Information; — Security; — Business Continuity; — Financial Requirements; — Resources; — Quality Assurance.

Education and training services

Department for Education, Standards and Testing Agency | Published April 16, 2013
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80000000

STA has responsibility, on behalf of the Secretary of State for Education, for the development and delivery of statutory assessments and testing in England. STA: - develops high quality and rigorous National Curriculum tests and assessments in line with Ministerial policy; - undertakes operational delivery of National Curriculum tests and assessments (including printing, distribution, provision of systems, marking and data capture); - supports the process of teacher assessment moderation in order that data can be used for national statistics; and - supports schools and other stakeholders to deliver National Curriculum tests and assessments. STA requires a helpline to support all aspects of the administration of National Curriculum assessments and tests in schools, and requires dedicated inbound response handling of first and second line support to maintain business continuity from October 2013.

Item Writing Framework for the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) from 2016.

Department for Education | Published October 3, 2015
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80000000

The Standards and Testing Agency (STA) is an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE). The STA's main functions are to: — develop high quality and rigorous DfE tests and assessments in line with Ministerial policy; — undertake operational delivery of DfE tests and assessment (including printing, distribution, marking and data capture of tests as appropriate); and — support schools, test centres and other stakeholders to deliver DfE tests and assessments. STA is responsible for developing and delivering the national curriculum tests and assessments and ensuring their proper and safe production and administration. These assessments operate across Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and key stages 1, 2 and 3 and are used by a wide range of maintained and other schools. STA is also responsible for developing and delivering Professional Skills Tests for prospective teachers. Further information about STA and the national curriculum tests and assessments can be found at www.education.gov.uk/assessments. Description of the contract. STA wish to establish an Item Writing Framework of suitably experienced suppliers to develop items (test questions) and mark schemes for a range of DfE assessments. STA plan to establish the framework agreement by April 2016 and it will operate for a maximum of four years. Currently, STA procures new items for key stage 1 and key stage 2 National Curriculum Tests (English reading; English grammar, punctuation and spelling; and mathematics at key stage 1. Those same subjects plus science at key stage 2), and items for the on-screen Professional Skills Tests for Prospective Teachers (for Literacy and Numeracy). As new items are required, suppliers on the framework will be invited to submit invitations to quote (ITQs) on a project by project basis to secure call-off contracts. The total value of the work over the maximum term of 4 years is expected to be between 500 000 GBP and 5 000 000 GBP Scheduled date for start of award procedures. The framework should be established in April 2016, with the first ITQs for work being published in late summer. The required services include (but are not limited to): General. — Project Management, — Management Information, — Security, — Equalities, — Business Continuity, — Financial Requirements, — Resources, — Quality Assurance, — Exit and Transition. Technical. — drafting items for DfE assessments. Each item or group of items is to be accompanied by an appropriate mark scheme, — informally trialling items with appropriate age range / ability groups to derive qualitative data on item performance, — reviewing, refining and amending the items as a result of informal trialling, expert review, or any other feedback provided by STA/DfE, — identifying applicable metadata for each item as defined in the specific work requests, — providing details of any third party copyright owners for any source material used within their items, — small-scale printing, — presentation of items in defined templates (DTP). Indicative key dates. Date Event 4.10.2015 Prior Information Notice (PIN) published. 20.10.2015 Supplier briefing to be held. The briefing will provide the opportunity for all to input to the specification in an open and safe environment which will encourage innovative thinking based on outcomes rather than inputs, and enable dialogue with potential suppliers to capture innovative ideas, ask and answer questions. 27.10.2015 Contract will be advertised in OJEU and Contracts Finder. 11.12.2015 Response to Tender to be submitted to DfE. 22.3.2016 Notification of framework to suppliers. 26.4.2016 Contract(s) award(s) and signatures. Disclaimers and conditions: No information contained on the DfE website, this notice or in any commu