Public Sector Tender Alerts
This is a compiled list of recent Public Sector tenders from sources that we are constantly monitoring.
T663 - Global Student Materials Fulfilment and Distribution Services
The University of Essex is seeking tenders for the provision of Global Student Materials Fulfilment and Distribution Services. The desired outcome of this procurement is to have one sole provider meeting the requirements of our Communications and External Relations (CER) department and provide them with an online ordering system as well as delivering prospectuses and marketing materials direct from storage provided by the supplier. Currently, the University of Essex uses various companies to deliver worldwide which involves large amounts of manual paperwork to be completed. The successful supplier must be able to provide a full service which has an efficient online portal.
Central Procurement Unit (Finance Section)
Published: 17 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 20 Oct 2017
Street Sweepings Arisings
This framework agreement is for the collection, treatment and disposal or receipt and reprocessing of street sweepings initially from Local Authorities within Essex, as described within the following Lot structure. Other local authorities have the option to join the framework including Essex County Council and other neighbouring county local authorities have the option to join the framework identified within the following links: https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/council-and.../borough-district-parish-and-town-councils/ www.kent.gov.uk/about-the-council/how-the-council-works/district-councils http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/info/20050/council_structure/81/local_government_in_cambridgeshire http://www.information-britain.co.uk/detail.cfm?county=22&EstType=22 https://www.essex.gov.uk/Your-Council/Local-Government-Essex/Local%20Government%20Structure/Page
Published: 17 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 31 Oct 2017
West Yorkshire Victim Referral, Assessment and Local Support Services
West Yorkshire Victim Referral, Assessment and Local Support Service .A service which puts the victim first and at the heart of delivery. It is a service for all victims of crime, regardless of the type of crime perpetrated against them and regardless of whether or not they choose to report the crime to the police. The specification requires that under 18 year old have access to this service. The services to victims must assist them to cope with impact of the crime perpetrated against them and with support to recover from the longer-term harms experienced through crime. Where appropriate victims should continue to receive support as their case progresses through the criminal justice system. .
South Yorkshire Police, Carbrook House, 5 Carbrook
Contract value: 6100000-6200000
Published: 17 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 30 Oct 2017
Contract value: 150000-200000
Published: 17 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 25 Oct 2017
Contract value: 100000-120000
Published: 17 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 25 Oct 2017
B/3013 - Cell Sorter and Flow Cytometer
LOT 1 - The Flow Cytometry facility at the Faculty of Biological Sciences at the University of Leeds is seeking tenders for a new cell sorter based on flow cytometric separation of a variety of cell types. LOT 2 - The Flow Cytometry facility at the Faculty of Biological Sciences at the University of Leeds is seeking tenders for a Digital Flow Cytometer
1 - 3 Lifton Villas
Published: 17 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 23 Oct 2017
Private Rented Sector property procurement service
The provision of a Private Rented Sector property procurement service for Three Rivers District Council.
Three Rivers House
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 17 Oct 2017
Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services for East and North Hertfordshire, Herts Valleys and West Essex CCGs
NHS East and North Hertfordshire, NHS Herts Valleys and NHS West Essex Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified provider for the delivery of the Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service (NEPTS) that will safely, effectively and sustainably transport eligible patients between their nominated place of residence to, from and between NHS-funded healthcare facilities in a timely manner, in support of their health care. The contract will be for an initial 60 months for NHS East and North Hertfordshire and NHS Herts Valleys CCGs and 58 months for NHS West Essex CCG due to the phased start dates. There is an option to extend for a further 24 months. The anticipated contract start date for NHS East and North Hertfordshire, NHS Herts Valleys CCGs is 1.4.2018 and NHS West Essex CCG is 1.6.2018.. Moving forward the Contracting Authorities intend to introduce additional journey's. To this end, Bidders should be aware that after the award of contract, there is a possibility that the successful Bidder may be offered a variation to the contract to include but not be limited to London activity and low acuity activity currently sitting in the blue light services, in accordance with Regulation 72 (1) (a) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Furthermore, the service specification will be reviewed by the Contracting Authorities as the Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP), and integration programme develops across Hertfordshire and West Essex. Bidders should be aware that after the award of contract, dependent upon agreement within the Hertfordshire and West Essex STP footprint, there is a possibility that the successful Bidder may be offered a variation to the contract, in accordance with Regulation 72 (1) (a) of the Public Contract Regulations 2015, for provision of NEPTS covering the Hertfordshire and West Essex STP footprint. The successful Bidder will equitably apply the agreed eligibility criteria as stipulated within the service specification along with the associated eligibility assessment questions for all referrals to determine whether patients are entitled to the service.
289 High Holborn
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 18 Oct 2017
Romney Marsh Desilting Survey
Topographical Surveys of flood defences in Romney Marsh. Tenderers are to be members of The Survey Association (TSA) or "Regulated by RICS" (with at least one chartered land surveyor). Tenderers should be prepared to provide an example of a comparable survey to provide evidence that they can carry out this survey in accordance with the Environment Agency Standard Contract and Specification for Surveying Services. Tender documents are available for download from: https://defra.bravosolution.co.uk/. Technical files are available from https://ea.sharefile.com/d-saca1598c9fb40319
Welwyn Garden City
Contract value: 80000
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 12 Oct 2017
Quotation for the Provision of Gas Emergency Support
Quotation for the Provision of Gas Emergency Support Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council wishes to invite Gas Safe registered organisations to submit rates for inclusion on an approved list of providers to support the Council's in-house Gas team as and when required ensuring that all emergency gas jobs are attended to with priority timescale. The Council has approximately 26,500 dwellings with gas supplies and each property averages 1.5 gas appliances. We will use the approved list to support our in-house Gas team on the basis of price competitiveness, availability to attend in respect of priority timescales and performance during the period 01 November 2017 to 31 July 2018, 9 month contract. The approximate value is £90,000 this value cannot be guaranteed. You must be prepared to respond to order placed on a reactive basis. The Council will be using the In-tend e-Tendering System for this Procurement exercise, please visit https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sandwellmbc to access the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal. From here you will be able to register your company, express an interest in the opportunity, and gain immediate access to the Quotation document or other related documents. In Order To View a On-Line Questionnaire (if applicable) or Submit a Quotation, you will be required to` Opt-In`. Please be mindful that if you are cut and pasting your question responses onto the On-Line Questionnaire that you do so from a notepad document, this is due to the fact that some special characters are not accepted within the On-Line Questionnaire. For a Step by Step user guide to the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal please click on the `Guidance for Suppliers` section of the website. All procurement responses must be carried out via the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal. If you require further assistance in respect of the system please contact the In-tend support team on 0844 272 8810. Closing date: Monday 9 October 2017 at 15:00hrs
Carole Le Roux
0121 569 3628
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 9 Oct 2017
Supply of Bulk Liquid Nitrogen
Supply and delivery of bulk liquid nitrogen to various NHS Blood and Transplant sites as detailed in procurement documentation
North Bristol Park
Contract value: 1800000
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 18 Oct 2017
Schools AMR - Data Collection
The provision of AMR / Data Logger Metering Services
Contract value: 37263
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 1 Oct 2017
Greater Manchester Talent Match - Local Employer Support
The purpose will be to develop relationships between employment support agencies (Greater Manchester Talent Match Host Organisations and Talent Coaches) and local employers that will last beyond the lifetime of the programme which ends in December 2018. We anticipate that the success of the relationships will provide work related opportunities and jobs for young people in their local areas. We require the main engagement by your organisation with Talent Coaches to be linked to their established Local Forum meetings. There are 6 forum groups which cover all the Local Authority areas of Greater Manchester and it is vital that the provider works with each group forum for the whole project. When the project ends we would like the ongoing developed relationships between the employers and local forums to be established and self-sustaining. As this is a 12-month project, our expectation is that the preferred provider(s) will be in a position to provide immediate start in January 2018 with staff and resources already in place. We would expect that the provider will have; • strong existing links and excellent working relationships with local employers • a solid understanding of current employment programmes It is important that we develop links between local employers and host organisations that deliver our young person support. Outputs that we are looking to achieve: • Ensure the coverage includes all of the 10 Greater Manchester areas • Work with and arrange meetings with local Talent Coaches • Analyse and determine what jobs and job sectors are available locally to young people • Proactively find employers that are willing to engage and meet regularly with Talent Coaches and Host Organisations • Facilitate ongoing meetings with between employers and Talent Coach Forums and establish a plan for continuation post contract • Provide direct support to employers in each Local Forum area to provide job opportunities which would be available for Young People Briefing Event To assist the process Greater Manchester Talent Match will be holding a briefing event on Friday 29th September 2017 (1.30pm to 3.30pm) at GMCVO to allow potential bidders to ask questions and find out more information with regards to the procurement to assist with their proposal design and final application completion. Please see link below to book a place at the event (please note there are limited places) https://gmtalentmatch.org.uk/event booking
St Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green
Contract value: 70000
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 27 Oct 2017
L17127-T-MC Aircraft Noise Consultancy
LLA requires the technical support and advice of specialist noise consultants to assist with the production of quarterly and annual noise contours, the noise insulation scheme, reports associated with compliance of the current planning conditions relating to noise issued in 2014 and attendance at the relevant consultative committee meetings. To access this or any other LLA open tender advert and to view the necessary tendering documents and express your interest, please visit the LLA e-Tendering Portal at: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/llaol Use of this portal is Free of Charge.
Contract value: 120000
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 4 Oct 2017
Development of Technical Tests in a range of Engineering Construction disciplines
Development of Technical Tests including knowledge questions and practical tests for a range of ECITB technical disciplines.
Engineering Construction Industry Training Board
Contract value: 50000-70000
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 20 Oct 2017
ESPH SB Offsite (Hybrid) Mail Solution (ESPH205)
Hastings Borough Council are seeking to appoint suitably qualified and experienced contractors to provide an offsite (hybrid) mail solution service across the borough who would be responsible for the printing, addressing, enveloping and delivery (physical or electronic) of mail items. Full information is available in the tender pack. Tender Return Deadline: 12:00 Noon Friday 13th October 2017
Stephen Bottomley (WDC)
Contract value: 750000
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 13 Oct 2017
TfL 93763 Insurance Broking Services
Transport for London (TfL) is seeking an organisation to enter into a contract for the provision of InsuranceBroking Services. TfL purchases a range of insurances in order to provide coverage for its operational, financial & contractualliabilities and requirements. It undertakes this through the activity and work of its Group Insurance team assistedby its General Insurance Brokers. TfL has a contract in place for General Insurance Broking Services which is due to expire in 2018. Thistender request is a retender of this contract for Insurance Broking services to be in place for Jan 2018. TfL isconducting a competitive tender for this contract which will be let for an initial contract term of 4 years with anoption to extend for up to a further 2 years (1+1).
42-50 Victoria Street
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 16 Oct 2017
Building extension and refurbishment works - Ruislip Bowls Club
The construction of a single story extension to the existing Bowls Club House plus internal modifications to the facilities and external works to the adjacent grounds and access areas all in accordance with the Council's Specification, Employer's Requirements and Pre-Construction Information.
Contract value: 230000
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 11 Oct 2017
Passenger Lift Replacement
Purbeck District Council invites tenders for a full replacement of 1 x Passenger lift, within the existing lift shaft at Westport House, Worgret Road, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 4PP. The work comprises of dismantling, removal and disposal of the 1x Passenger lift, with the supply, installation and commissioning of 1x Passenger lift to the specification. The project will also include the necessary additional items to bring the lift in line with the current British Standards and the Health & Safety at work Act. The contract period is for 18 months. Purbeck District Council reserves the right to terminate the contract at the end of 1 year or at any time thereafter on not less than one month's notice. We anticipate awarding to a single supplier. The Commencement and Completion dates are to be agreed It is advised to undertake a site visit to conduct a site survey to ensure a full understanding of the site is established. For specifications and scope of works please see links and attachments.
Purbeck District Council
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 23 Oct 2017
Progress: Building Better Opportunities for young people across Coventry & Warwickshire Employer Engagement and Employment Support
Groundwork UK is looking for a Specialist Partner or Partners to deliver employability support and employment/ work placement services to participants of BBO Progress across Warwickshire. Proposals are sought from organisations with experience in engaging employers including sourcing job/ work placement opportunities, and providing employment support to young people aged between 15-24 who are facing significant barriers to engaging with education, employment and training. The varied and complex needs of young people will require an accessible, engaging, supportive approach. Support will ideally be provided in a combination of one-to-one and group settings, and will preferably be delivered in local, community settings across the county. Proposals are particularly welcome from organisations who are able to provide tailored support for young people with learning differences and physical disabilities, and who have experience supporting young people in rural areas. Participants access Specialist Partner support via a referral from their Progress Coach. Whilst accessing specialist provision, the young person will also continue to receive support from their Progress Coach. Specialist Partners and Progress Coaches work together to track the progress of participants and ensure that they are taking the maximum benefit from the programme. The successful tenderer will support other partners with their own employer engagement strategies, broker relationships with local employers across Warwickshire, and support a coordinated approach to Warwickshire employer engagement on behalf of the partnership. Ideally the partner(s) will be able to deliver across the whole county, but proposals from organisations delivering only in specific areas will be considered. In these circumstances the full budget may be distributed across a number of successful tenderers. The approach to work placement and job brokerage activity should reflect the needs of the young people participating in the programme, with tailored opportunities identified to meet specific interest and needs. We envisage that this will require engagement with local, small employers to identify opportunities located in accessible location for young people. Please note that all Building Better Opportunities activity must represent additional activity to any delivery paid for by other means. Funding available: A total of £50,000 is available for the delivery of the above activity for young people across Warwickshire. This must provide the above support for a minimum of 55 young people. Proposals will be considered and a tender / tenders awarded based on the merit of the submissions. Groundwork UK reserves the right to distribute the total funding between multiple organisations in order to obtain the best possible offer for programme beneficiaries.
5 Scotland Street
Contract value: 50000
Published: 18 Sep 2017, Receipt by: 16 Oct 2017