Public Sector Tender Alerts

 

This is a compiled list of recent Public Sector tenders from sources that we are constantly monitoring.

Body Worn Video Cameras and Associated Services

The Council is inviting a response to the ITT from Tenderers on the terms set out in the Invitation to Tender (ITT) for a single Contractor for the provision of Body Worn Video Cameras and associated services including the implementation, training, support and maintenance on a non-exclusive basis as called off additional functionality that maybe required.

Contact:

pamela.chirara@leicester.gov.uk
Bosworth House, 9 Princess Road West
Leicester
LE1 6TH
UK

Contract value:

Published: 3 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 2 Jul 2018

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Speciality coffee and Associated Hot Beverage Offering Framework.

The University of Leeds will establish a framework with three (3) or more suppliers, for the supply of speciality coffee and associated hot beverage offering framework.

Contact:

J.C.jordan@adm.leeds.ac.uk
Woodhouse Lane
Leeds
LS2 9JT
UK
+441133433916

Contract value:

Published: 3 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 2 Jul 2018

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Mental Health Services - Intensive Enablement

ECC spends approximately £12m annually on social care services for adults with mental health issues who have an accommodation need. ECC is seeking to procure a contract in each Locality for mental health intensive enablement services. 1-4 contracts will be awarded depending on how many bidders are successful. The services involve the provision of services to estimated 80 units the value of the contracts in aggregate is estimated to be £1.3 million pa.

Contact:

andrea.weed@essex.gov.uk
County Hall
Market Road
Chelmsford
CM1 1QH
UK
+443457430430

Contract value:

Published: 3 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 1 Jul 2018

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Recruitment Agencies Framework

Network Homes would like to create a Framework aimed to appoint agencies for the provision of Temporary, Interim and Permanent Recruitment services. We would like to appoint recruitment agencies with whom we can build long term partnerships and work together to reduce staff turnover. The contract will include the following Lots; - Lot1: Customer Services & Housing Management Services - Lot 2: Finance, Procurement & Governance - Lot 3: IT & Change Management - Lot 4: Marketing, Construction & Development - Lot 5: Asset Management, Construction & Development - Lot 6: Executive Search

Contact:

procurement@networkhomes.org.uk
Olympic Office Centre
8 Fulton Road
London
HA9 0NU
UK
+4402087824312

Contract value:

Published: 3 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 2 Jul 2018

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WCC - Provision of Marketing Design Services

Warwickshire County Council's Marketing and Communications team (Marcomms) are running a procurement exercise to establish a Framework Agreement for Graphic Design Services. Suppliers on this Framework will be asked to provide services including Illustration, Animation, Creative Design, Artwork and Website Design. It is expected to hold multiple suppliers to encourage competition, expertise and maximise the Councils capacity to meet it varied needs.

Contact:

James Viggers
jamesviggers@warwickshire.gov.uk
Warwick
Warwick
Warwickshire
CV34 4RL
United Kingdom
01926 414131

Contract value:

Published: 3 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 6 Jul 2018

Additional Text:

Please register for this opportunity at http://in-tendhost.co.uk/csw-jets Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

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WCC - Provision of Print Services

Warwickshire County Council's Marketing and Communications team (Marcomms) are running a procurement exercise to establish a Framework Agreement for Print Services. The Framework will have an initial term of 2 years with the ability to extend this for upto a further 24 months. In the last year, Marcomms ordered over 1,200 print jobs ranging in size from a single copy to a couple hundred thousand. To accommodate the variety of work expected under this provision, the procurement is to establish a Framework Agreement holding one or more suppliers to encourage competition, expertise and maximise the Councils capacity

Contact:

James Viggers
jamesviggers@warwickshire.gov.uk
Warwick
Warwick
Warwickshire
CV34 4RL
United Kingdom
01926 414131

Contract value:

Published: 3 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 6 Jul 2018

Additional Text:

To register for this opportunity please visit https://in-tendhost.co.uk/csw-jets/aspx/Home Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

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BBKP 17 13 - Birkbeck College, University of London - Cambridge House building refurbishment and extension

Birkbeck College, University of London, is seeking suitably qualified contractors to refurbish and provide classrooms ranging from 20 - 60 students, 16 notional classrooms of 30-seats are required as a minimum with ancillary spaces. On the 4th and 5th floors a new build lecture theatre is to be erected housing 180 persons. The location is as follows: Cambridge House, 373-375 Euston Road London NW1 3AR. The anticipated construction value is 6 000 000 GBP - 6 500 000 GBP (excl. VAT) Note: the property is currently owned by Birkbeck College (Cambridge House) Limited, a fully owned subsidiary of Birkbeck College, University of London. Bidders should be aware that the ownership of the property may be transferred to Birkbeck College, University of London before the building contract is entered into and if this is the case, the employer under the building contract will be Birkbeck College, University of London, rather than Birkbeck College (Cambridge House) Limited. A planning application (application nº 2017/7079/P) was submitted and consent received April 2018. The proposed construction duration will be 43 weeks (excluding production DWG and mobilisation period), for completion for November 2019. The procurement process for this opportunity will be a restricted tender. Suppliers that would like to take part in this tender process are invited to express interest upon which you will be given access to tender documentation through this e-tendering system. Prospective suppliers must be able to demonstrate previous experience of similar work and be prepared to provide references. The deadline for receipt of queries regarding the contract notice is 22.6.2018 and the deadline for SQ submissions is 29.6.2018. To express an interest, please log in or register on our electronic tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birkbeck in order to view the necessary tendering documents and respond accordingly. Please note that once you have registered on in-tend a separate action expressing interest is required to access the documents, you must click on the actual tender you wish to access. Birkbeck accept no liability if you have not expressed an interest in the tender. Please allow sufficient time to make your return as late returns will not be permitted. Any questions relating to this tender should be made via correspondence on the website and should reference the project reference number.

Contact:

Bhavin Mistry
b.mistry@bbk.ac.uk
Malet Street
LONDON
WC1E7HX
England

Contract value: 6500000

Published: 3 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 29 Jun 2018

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Provision of School Improvement Professional Development Programmes in Phonics, Reading and Mathematics

Tenders are invited for the provision of School Improvement Professional Development Programmes in Phonics, Reading and Mathematics Opportunity Areas are a government policy designed to improve social mobility. They were announced by the Secretary of State for Education in October 2016 with the initial six areas being identified as some of the most challenged when it comes to social mobility; a further six areas were announced in January 2017. The twelve areas have access to funding to address the biggest challenges they face. In Derby a local partnership board has been formed of partners including a nursery, schools, city council, DfE, Derby College, the University of Derby, business, voluntary sector, the Careers Enterprise Company and the Confederation of British Industry. The Opportunity Area Board operates as an advisory board to the DfE and is chaired by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Derby. The Opportunity Area Board has identified three main priorities, namely: • Priority 1: Increase the number of children achieving a good level of development in the early years. • Priority 2: Raise attainment in our primary and secondary schools. • Priority 3: Ensure that all our children benefit from a broad range of experiences throughout their school lives. Allied to this, are two further additional themes of mental health and also transition and pathways. In order to help address Priority 2, Derby's Opportunity Area Board is keen to seek tenders for the provision of support in the following areas: • Lot 1 - improving outcomes for children in Year 1 and Year 2 in phonics. • Lot 2 - improving outcomes for children in reading at Key Stages 1 and 2. • Lot 3 - improving outcomes in Key Stages 1 and 2 writing. • Lot 4 - improving outcomes in Key Stages 1 and 2 mathematics. • Lot 5 - improving outcomes for children with English as an additional language. • Lot 6 - monitoring arrangements for school improvement professional development programmes. Please note suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation must do so by 23:59 on Wednesday 4th July 2018. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a bid. The deadline for returns is 10:00 on Thursday 5th July 2018. Documents are available at www.eastmidstenders.org. Please search for TD1366 Please note: we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.

Contact:

Paul Hallsworth
procurement@derby.gov.uk
Corporation Street
Derby
DE1 2FS
England
010332 640768
www.eastmidstenders.org

Contract value: 149994-299988

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 5 Jul 2018

Orthotic , Prosthetic & Technician Services and Products to Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS FT

This re-tender is undertaken to establish the provision of Prosthetic, Orthotic and Technician services and products for both upper and lower limbs. It requires the Contractor to assemble, supply, adjust and repair artificial limbs to patients with upper and lower limb deficiencies (acquired and congenital) and a specialist Orthotic service. Bidders are to provide the service in line with the current National Service specification, (NSS) NHS England/D01/S/d Complex Disability Equipment - Prosthetic Specialised Service for People of all Ages with Limb Loss . Bidders are expected to work as part of a Multi-Disciplinary Team providing Prosthetic and Orthotic services by the employment of Prosthetists, Orthotists and technical staff. The service is subject to TUPE The contract will be awarded for a 5 year fixed period with the option to extend for 2 optional years of up to 12 month periods. The service is to go live from 1.4.19.The total value of the contract over the 5 years fixed period is circa £10,838,509. The contract will need to be delivered within the defined financial envelopes. Access to the ITT docs is through the Trust e-tendering portal only : https://procontract.due-north.com . Requests for documents via email will not be actioned . Bidders will need to register in order to access any tender documents

Contact:

Elizabeth Ratcliffe
Tenders@bhamcommunity.nhs.uk
3 Priestley Wharf
BIRMINGHAM
B74BN
England
0121 466 7026
http://www.bhamcommunity.nhs.uk

Contract value: 10000000

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 5 Jul 2018

Avionics System Trainer (AST) & Aircraft Propulsion System Trainer (APST) Maintenance and Support Contract

Aviation ground support software package.Technical computer support services.Computer support services.

Contact:

Nicholas.Coleman106@mod.gov.uk
MoD Abbey Wood
Bristol
BS34 6JY
UK

Contract value: 1000000-1500000

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 31 Dec 2018

Additional Text:

To view this notice, register as a supplier here: http://www.contracts.mod.uk/delta/signup.html?userType=supplier and search for the notice with reference 'UK-Bristol: Aviation ground support software package.'.

Dynamic Purchasing System for Section 12 Doctors

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council ("the Council") is establishing a Provider list, using a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS), of suitably qualified Doctors who are able to carry out Best Interest Assessments under the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Section 12. This Provider List is to enable the Council to source a sufficient number of qualified Section 12 Doctors who can carry out Best Interest Assessments under the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards. Documents for this procurement can be found at https://procurement.southend.gov.uk/

Contact:

Emma Woof
emmawoof@southend.gov.uk
Civic Centre
Victoria Avenue
Southend-on-Sea
SS2 6LR
England
+44 1702212178
http://www.southend.gov.uk/

Contract value: 300000-600000

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 26 Jun 2018

Ad-Hoc Taxi Services Framework

Ad-Hoc Taxi Services Framework

Contact:

Julie Rogerson
julie.rogerson@sunderland.gov.uk
Civic Centre
Burdon Road
Sunderland
SR2 7DN
United Kingdom
+44 1915611772
http://www.sunderland.gov.uk/

Contract value: 250000-250000

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 3 Jul 2018

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1961/LM - Named Veterinary Services (NVS)

The University of Sheffield wishes to appoint a provider of Named Veterinary Surgeon services: • To carry out the responsibilities of the Named Veterinary Surgeon as laid down in the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (ASPA 1986) and in accordance with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeon's Code of Practice for Named Veterinary Surgeons, including the provision of expert veterinary knowledge and advice on the use, husbandry and welfare of animals. • Provision of veterinary advice and services as required (which may be over 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year) on site at the University of Sheffield as necessary. • To carry out site visits as required and typically every week. • Work collaboratively with, and advise the Establishment Licence Holder, the Director of Biological Services and the various NACWOs, providing information and reports when appropriate. • Advise on research and husbandry procedures and the impact of disease, with the aim of continually refining and improving procedures and minimising animal suffering. • Familiarisation with all procedures being carried out under a project licence. • Provide training and advice in appropriate procedures to staff and users of the animal facility. This would include surgical techniques and knowledge of how to assess animals for potential side effects or distress. • Advise on the humane end point for animals deemed to be suffering unnecessarily to the Personal/Project licence holder. • Provide advice on the health status of animals; maintain health records and monitor trends where required. • Advise on biosecurity and appropriate quarantine arrangements. • Prescribe and direct the use of prescription only medicines and controlled drugs. • Such other duties relating to the delivery of veterinary services as may be required from time to time. • Act as the Veterinary Adviser in matters relating to DEFRA and CEFAS. • Ensure appropriate records are maintained. • Contribute to the delivery of HO licence courses if/where required. • Input advice into the University Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Body. The full technical specification can be found in the ITT documentation which will be available after you have expressed your interest on In-Tend. Tender Process and Documentation: This is a OJEU Open exercise. The ITT can be downloaded by registering and expressing your interest on the University`s e-tendering system https://in-tendhost.co.uk/Sheffield If you have any questions or comments in relation to this tender, they must be submitted via the In-tend System. Your tender response must also be submitted through InTend to arrive by the date and time specified. Late tenders will not be considered. Closing date for receipt of tenders: 3rd July 2018 at 12 noon (UK time).

Contact:

Lee Marsden
l.w.marsden@sheffield.ac.uk
WESTERN BANK
SHEFFIELD
S102TN
England
0114 2224206

Contract value: 130000

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 3 Jul 2018

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Management & Maintenance of the Meridian Showground & Discovery Centre

Cleethorpes is seeing significant investment through the implementation of the 'Cleethorpes Masterplan', Coastal Communities Event schedule and the Cleethorpes Regeneration Programme. The results of new private investment can be seen around the town, with new seafront apartments being built, national food outlets arriving and the refurbishment of the award winning Pier. The tender is split into two Lots: Lot 1 - Meridian Showground Lot 2 - Discovery Centre, Sandpit and Paddling Pool Providers can bid for either or both Lots. The successful Provider will deliver an ambition for excellence and a quality events programme that safely achieves successful and varied events, all year round from the Meridian Showground. The successful Provider will take over the full management and day to day operations of the Discovery Centre, Paddling Pool and Sandpit and must meet the costs of delivering associated with this. As this is a Concession Contract the Authority will entrust the successful Provider the right to provide the Service and, rather than pay the Provider, during the concession period the Provider has the benefit of offering the Service for a fee and retaining such fee in order to repay the financing and investments costs, maintain and operate the provision, with an opportunity to make a margin of profit.

Contact:

The Procurement People
procurement@nelincs.gov.uk
Municipal Offices
Town Hall Square
Grimsby
DN31 1HU
United Kingdom
+44 1472323018
http://www.yortender.co.uk

Contract value: 3600000-3600000

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 19 Jul 2018

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Provision of Special Educational Needs Transport in the Cartmel and Ulverston areas

Tenders are invited for the provision of passenger transport services by taxi or mini bus in relation to Special Educational Needs in the Cartmel and Ulverston areas Approximately 6 routes are to be tendered and it is likely that contracts will be awarded to a range of providers. Operators are further invited to submit routes linking routes or offering value for money composite option. Tenders for whole or part routes will be considered and routes may be split between more than 1 operator.

Contact:

John Ferguson
procurement.transport@cumbria.gov.uk
Cumbria House
107 - 117 Botchergate
Carlisle
CA1 1RZ
United Kingdom
+44 1228226425
http://www.cumbria.gov.uk/

Contract value: 512000-512000

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 4 Jul 2018

Provision of Home to School transport in the Coniston area

Tenders are invited for the provision of passenger transport services by taxi or mini bus in relation to Home to School in the Coniston area Approximately 2 routes are to be tendered and it is likely that contracts will be awarded to a range of providers. Operators are further invited to submit routes linking routes or offering value for money composite option. Tenders for whole or part routes will be considered and routes may be split between more than 1 operator.

Contact:

John Ferguson
procurement.transport@cumbria.gov.uk
Cumbria House
107 - 117 Botchergate
Carlisle
CA1 1RZ
United Kingdom
+44 1228226425
http://www.cumbria.gov.uk/

Contract value: 235030-235030

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 4 Jul 2018

Mobile Dental Unit

Text to be corrected in the original notice: Place of text to be modified: VI.3 Instead of: For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-UK-Coventry:-Mobile-units-on-trailers./JE6XN8Q5MC To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/JE6XN8Q5MC Read: For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-UK-Coventry:-Mobile-units-on-trailers./S4XRH76889 To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/S4XRH76889 Other additional information: The contracting authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement. The Trust are exploring the options for the replacement of the existing mobile dental unit.

Contact:

david.wheatley@covwarkpt.nhs.uk
Wayside House
Wilsons Lane
Coventry
CV6 6NY
UK
+442476536791

Contract value:

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 2 Jul 2018

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Non-Emergency Patient Transport

On the 1st July 2016 The kent and MedwayClinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) appointed a single provider for Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service (PTS) for all patients registered with a Kent GP who require patient transport to and from agreed treatment centers within Kent which include Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust's Hospitals.Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust is committed to the provision of this service from its single provider. However, at times as a result of requests for Patient Transport falling outside of the scope for the contract there are occasions where the Trust will require on an ad hoc basis an additional Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service which will include but not limited to: 1) High Dependency, 2) Bariatric patient care, 3) By stretcher or wheelchair. The service will be expected to meet the needs of patients described above on an ad hoc basis with the ability to provide a service 24 hours per day.

Contact:

Sarah Stevens
sarahstevens@nhs.net
Maidstone Hospital
Hermitage Lane
Maidenstone
ME16 9QQ
England
+44 1622225332
http://www.mtw.nhs.uk/

Contract value: 3827200-3827200

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 4 Jul 2018

Additional Text:

Please make sure your expressions of interest and any questions you have are put through our procurement portal Due North www.lppsourcing.org

Provision of Block Halls Insurance

The University currently provides educational services to over 22,000 students and guarantees all first year undergraduate students a place in the Halls of Residence. Accommodation is also provided to postgraduate students, short course students and employees. The University wishes to enhance the Student Experience through the package offered to the residents by including a block insurance cover for their household contents and personal possessions.

Contact:

Kayleigh Luckins
k.luckins@soton.ac.uk
Highfield
Southampton
Hampshire
SO17 1BJ
United Kingdom
+44 (0)23 8059 8007
www.soton.ac.uk

Contract value:

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 6 Jul 2018

Additional Text:

Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

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Age Better in Sheffield - Age Friendly Sheffield Project

Age Better in Sheffield is looking for a city-wide partner to help us deliver our ambition, as part of our legacy, to create an Ageing Friendly Sheffield. The Age Better in Sheffield programme has just started its fourth year of a six year programme and we're determined in our mission to support all Sheffield citizens to take an active ageing approach to growing older and to maximise their wellbeing and participation. All tender documentation can be found at https://procontract.due-north.com/Login

Contact:

Clare Murdoch
c.murdoch@syha.co.uk
43-47 Wellington Street
Sheffield
S1 4HF
United Kingdom
+44 1142900319
http://www.syha.co.uk

Contract value: 120000-150000

Published: 4 Jun 2018, Receipt by: 29 Jun 2018

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