Public Sector Network Recent Tender Alerts

 

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SUPPLY OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ASSOCIATED TO ARMOURED FIGHTING VEHICLES

SUPPLY OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ASSOCIATED TO ARMOURED FIGHTING VEHICLES

Contact:

Robert Fisher
Robert.Fisher@babcockinternational.com
Babcock DSG, Building B15
MOD Donnington
Telford
TF2 8JT
England
01952 967329

Contract value: 4500000-10000000

Published: 3 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 13 Feb 2019

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The Supply of Spares for the Armoured Tracked Platform

The Supply of Spares for the Armoured Track Platform

Contact:

Carol Jones
Carol.Jones@babcockinternational.com
Babcock DSG, Building B15
MOD, Donnington
Telford
TF2 8JT
England
441952 967363

Contract value: 4500000-10000000

Published: 3 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 20 Feb 2019

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The Supply of Spares for the Armoured Tracked Platform

The Supply of Spares for the Armoured Track Platform

Contact:

Carol Jones
Carol.Jones@babcockinternational.com
Babcock DSG, Building B15
MOD, Donnington
Telford
TF2 8JT
England
01952 967363

Contract value: 4500000-10000000

Published: 3 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 20 Feb 2019

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Supply of Spares for the Armoured Tracked Platforms

Supply of Spares for the Armoured Tracked Platforms

Contact:

Carol Jones
carol.jones@babcockinternational.com
Babcock DSG, Building B15
MOD, Donnington
Telford
TF2 8JT
England
01952 967363

Contract value: 4500000-10000000

Published: 3 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 20 Feb 2019

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Fusion21 Construction Works & Improvements Framework

Fusion21 is developing a Construction Works & Improvements Framework that will provide a flexible and efficient procurement solution for Fusion21 Members (including but not exclusive to property owners in the housing, education, health, local government, central government and blue light sectors) to save money and generate social value through a range of internal and external refurbishment works, this includes a separate Lot for design and build type works. Lots are broken down by sector, value band and geographical regions. Suppliers are expected to be able to deliver the full scope of works covered in each Lot.

Contact:

info@fusion21.co.uk
Unit 2 Puma Court, Kings Business Park
Prescot
L34 1PJ
England
+44 1514813000
http://www.fusion21.co.uk/

Contract value: 40000000

Published: 3 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 28 Jan 2019

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SUPPLY OF SPARES FOR THE ARMOURED TRACKED PLATFORMS

SUPPLY OF SPARES FOR ARMOURED TACKED PLATFORMS

Contact:

Carol Jones
Carol.Jones@babcockinternational.com
Babcock DSG, Building B15
MOD, Donnington
Telford
TF2 8JT
England
01952 967363

Contract value: 4500000-10000000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 13 Feb 2019

Attachments:

Supply of Spares for the Armoured Tracked Platforms

Supply of Spares for the Armoured Tracked Platforms

Contact:

Carol Jones
carol.jones@babcockinternational.com
Babcock DSG, Building B15
MOD, Donnington
Telford
TF2 8JT
England
01952 967363

Contract value: 4500000-10000000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 27 Feb 2019

Attachments:

The Supply of Spares for the Armoured Tracked Platform

The Supply of Spares for the Armoured Track Platform

Contact:

Carol Jones
Carol.Jones@babcockinternational.com
Babcock DSG, Building B15
MOD, Donnington
Telford
TF2 8JT
England
441952 967363

Contract value: 4500000-10000000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 27 Feb 2019

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SUPPLY OF SPARES FOR THE ARMOURED TRACKED PLATFORMS

MECHANICAL SPARE PARTS FOR MILITARY VEHICLES

Contact:

Carol Jones
carol.jones@Babcockinternational.com
Babcock DSG, Building B15
MOD, Donnington
Telford
TF2 8JT
England
01952 967363

Contract value: 4500000-10000000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 13 Feb 2019

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THE SUPPLY OF MISCELLANEOUS SPARE PARTS FOR MILITARY VEHICLES

THE SUPPLY OF MISCELLANEOUS SPARE PARTS FOR MILITARY VEHICLES

Contact:

carol.jones@babcockinternational.com
Babcock DSG
Donnington
Telford
TF2 8JT
England

Contract value: 4500000-10000000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 27 Feb 2019

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Target Operating Model

Our highest priority for improvement and transformation is Children's Services. In 2016 Children's Social Care was rated inadequate by Ofsted. Since then we have been delivering our Improvement Plan to ensure performance is turned round. There is considerable on going scrutiny of our improvement activities through an independently chaired Improvement Board and regular inspection visits from Ofsted. The Director for Children's Services has defined an approach that will deliver a programme of transformational change for children and young people in Wirral by creating the conditions for change. A narrative setting out this approach and timetable are included as Appendix 1 and 2. This will result in: • The delivery of the 2020 pledges for children and young people • Consistently good and innovative child centred practice • Service integration with schools, health and the Police • The joint commissioning of sustainable and high performing services for all children and young people.

Contact:

Corporate Procurement
cp@wirral.gov.uk
Old Market House
3rd Floor South Wing Hamilton Building
Birkenhead
CH41 5AL
United Kingdom
+44 1516662000
http://www.wirral.gov.uk/

Contract value: 100000-100000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 1 Aug 2019

Minor Works DPS 2019-2023

THT Dynamic Procurement System Potential providers of building refurbishment services to Trafford Housing Trust's Property Management team are invited to register via the DPS application process Go to https://portal.geometrasystems.co.uk/dps Register as a supplier if you are not already registered. Search the listed DPS opportunities for Trafford Housing Trust Minor Works DPS 2019-2023 Click to make your application. You can submit your application at any time.

Contact:

Tony.McMahon@traffordhousingtrust.co.uk
Sale Point, 126-150 Washway Rd
Sale
M33 6AG
England
01619680343

Contract value: 50000-500000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 31 Mar 2019

Additional Text:

For technical support email techuspport@geometrasystems.co.uk

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Responsive Repairs DPS 2019-2023

THT Dynamic Procurement System Potential providers of repairs and maintenance services to Trafford Housing Trust's Property Management team are invited to register via the DPS application process Go to https://portal.geometrasystems.co.uk/dps Register as a supplier if you are not already registered. Search the listed DPS opportunities for Trafford Housing Trust Responsive Repairs 2019-2023 Click to make your application. You can submit your application at any time.

Contact:

Tony.McMahon@traffordhousingtrust.co.uk
Sale Point, 126-150 Washway Rd
Sale
M33 6AG
England
01619680343

Contract value:

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 31 Mar 2019

Additional Text:

For technical support email techuspport@geometrasystems.co.uk

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GB-Essex: 0712 Collaborate Essex

Two contracts to support the development and facilitation of a new model for co producing with adults with experience of disability (Collaborate Essex). Your tender submission must be submitted to the Authority electronically at https://www.delta-esourcing.com using access code 23H9T2P592

Contact:

Robert Sier
robert.sier@essex.gov.uk
County Hall
Market Road
Chelmsford
CM1 1QH
UK
03330136311

Contract value: 500000-1000000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 25 Jan 2019

Additional Text:

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.

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Operator - Digital Community Enabler and Collaboration Facilitator

Rushmoor Borough Council (RBC) is seeking a 'partner' to operate a Digital Games Hub that the Council will develop in Aldershot in 2019. The main requirement is for the 'operator' to be able to enable and cultivate a community of like-minded creative digital enthusiasts within a collaborative workspace environment. The Games Hub The Aldershot Games/Digital Hub will comprise a 60-place collaborative workspace for existing and aspiring entrepreneurs, micro, small and developing businesses, and others working in the Gaming/Digital sector. The Hub will provide a physical base for a supportive and collaborative, shared working environment, offering a combination of "state of the art" facilities (including Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) services developed in partnership with the 5G Innovation Centre in Guildford that game developers can use for future marketing and sales activity) and flexible working arrangements together with essential support services for new and fledgling businesses, in order to support an increase in the number of business start-ups in this key sector and help existing businesses 'scale-up', and so build upon the strength of the sector along the Guildford-Aldershot axis whilst contributing to the growth of the digital sector within the sub-region. These services will also support the growth and development of other similar businesses in the locality and sub-region who will benefit from the increased investment and focus on digital and games technologies the project will support. The Hub will comprise the following services and facilities: • Secure premises • Meeting Rooms • Office space • Collaborative work space • Support services with respect to accountancy, legal, marketing, branding, Intellectual Property, etc • Virtual Reality Suite • Auditorium • Café/Restaurant (potentially) • High speed broadband

Contact:

Katherine Booker
katherine.booker@rushmoor.gov.uk
Council Offices
Farnborough Road
Farnborough
GU14 7JU
England
+44 1252398466
http://www.rushmoor.gov.uk

Contract value:

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 4 Mar 2019

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Scotswood Local Centre - New Build Development

Invitation to Tender for construction of Scotswood Neighbourhood Centre new build development incorporating Assisted Living Apartments (within a communal building) - Flexible accommodation for people over 55. Documents for this scheme can be downloaded via the NEPO e-tendering system.

Contact:

Cathy Weaver
cathy.weaver@yhn.org.uk
Benton Park Road
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
NE77LX
England
0191 27824384

Contract value: 8600000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 1 Feb 2019

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Voluntary Transparency Notice - Capital Works for Fingringhoe Ranges Enhancement

Voluntary Transparency Notice for Mini Competition Tender on Capital Works Projects for East Midlands and Eastern England to design and build two 12 lane 600m electric target ranges and associated infrastructure in Fingringhoe, Essex. This is not an advertisement for companies to bid.

Contact:

Jennifer Clarke
jennifer.clarke205@mod.gov.uk
1st Floor, Bazalgette Pavilion
RAF Wyton
Huntingdon
Pe28 2ea
England
01480 52451 ext 4415

Contract value: 6000000

Published: 4 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 20 Feb 2019

Independent Investigations

NHS England wishes to undertake a Market Engagement Consultation exercise with suitably qualified and experienced organisations, and interested stakeholders, in advance of a formal tendering process for Independent Investigations to a Framework opportunity. NHS England is opening a consultation opportunity from Tuesday 5th December to Friday 25th January 2019 during which we would like to in the first instance receive expressions of interest and secondly to talk to the market to ascertain the capabilities and capacity you can bring to the requirement to deliver Independent Investigations for predominately mental health care related homicides and other serious healthcare incident events in England. The current Framework is due to expire in October 2019. NHS England are conducting this market assessment of providers prior to a formal tender to be issued in 2019. This Standard Operating Model has been developed by NHS England's regional teams with contributions from a wide range of stakeholders including Patient Safety Leads, NHS England Regional Leads, Area Team Directors of Nursing, Families and Carer's. The regional investigations team commission an independent investigation of mental health care related homicides when a homicide has been committed by a person who is, or has been, subject to a care programme approach, or is under the care of specialist mental health services, in the past 6 months prior to the event. Investigations carried out under the new Framework will be for homicides committed by those in receipt of mental health care and other serious healthcare incident events. These incidents often require complex, multi-agency investigations involving internal and external stakeholders across geographical and organisational boundaries. Regions are London Midlands and East North South A new structure of 7 regions with combined NHS England and NHS Improvement is due to be implemented in April 2019 A suitable qualified and experienced independent investigator will ensure that mental health care related, and other, homicides are investigated in such a way that lessons can be learned effectively to prevent recurrence; Overview of high level requirements are: - independent investigators will provide insight into the wider commissioning system and configuration of services that may have contributed to the incident in question; - Facilitate further examination of the care and treatment of patients in the wider context and establish whether or not an incident could have been predicted, or prevented, and if any lessons can be learned for the future to reduce the chances of recurrence; - Provide additional objectivity required due to the significant impact of these events on the victim's family and carers, plus the wider public concern that can arise following such an event; - Ensure families (to include friends, next-of-kin and extended families) of both the deceased and the perpetrator are fully involved. Families should be at the centre of the

Contact:

Stephen Evans
stephen.evans@eoecph.nhs.uk
The East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub, Victoria House Capital Park, Fulbourn
Cambridge
CB21 5XB
England

Contract value:

Published: 5 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 25 Jan 2019

Additional Text:

Families should be at the centre of the process and have appropriate input into investigations; The contract awarded as a result of a future procurement will be a Framework Agreement for two years with two further 12 month extensions. The call down of providers from the framework is likely to be from either mini competition with an option to direct award. NHS England reserve the right to conduct further information gathering and may run a market event and one to one market sounding sessions to help develop the new Framework model. Please see the attached documents for further information, starting with the "Overview" document. Please email responses to this consultation to Stephen Evans Procurement Specialist The East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub by 12.00 noon on Friday 25th January 2019. The information you supply will be treated in the strictest confidence. It will not be made available to future potential bidders for the new service in the event of a tendering process taking place. This is in line with Section 43 of the Freedom of Information Act i.e. a qualified exemption in relation to 'Commercial Interests

Environmental Land Management Payments Methodology

The new ELM system will be the cornerstone of our agricultural and environmental policies in England. The system will help the Government to deliver its manifesto commitment to be the first generation to leave the environment in a better state than it inherited, as set out in the recently published 25 Year Environment Plan. Farming and forestry cover 80% of land in the UK. Farmers and foresters are therefore crucial to achieving the goals set out in the recently published 25 Year Environment Plan (see Annex supporting documents). It is currently envisaged that all land managers who can deliver environmental benefits will be able to participate in ELM. The new ELM system will help to preserve the investment in our countryside that has already been made and delivered by farmers and foresters involved in past agri-environment schemes, and to enhance this further. The new system will pay land managers for delivering environmentally beneficial outcomes; it will provide support for farmers, foresters and other land managers as we move towards a more effective application of the 'polluter pays' principle. The objective of this work is to identify and explore the most suitable options for a payment methodology to be used for England's new Environmental Land Management (ELM) system, to be launched in January 2024. The payment methodology and rates will be applied to a National Pilot, which is to launch in 2021. The Pilot will allow the Government to review and refine the methodology ahead of the launch of the ELM system in 2024. The payment methodology will be the framework for setting payments for land managers, and specifically refers to the methodology for calculating the payment rates offered for environmental outcomes achieved by land managers.

Contact:

Network.Procurement@defra.gsi.gov.uk
DEFRA,
London
SW1P 3JR
England
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Contract value:

Published: 5 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 25 Jan 2019

Additional Text:

Please note that Defra procurement uses an E-tendering system for Procurement activities. This is currently provided by Bravo Solutions. To access appropriate tendering and contractual documents, please access the E-Tendering portal at https://defra.bravosolution.co.uk", ensuring that your registration includes "Defra". If you have any problems with this system, please contact Bravo on their telephone helpline number 0800 368 4850 or by emailing them at help@bravosolution.co.uk. "

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EBC MB Hollyhedge Car Park Re-surfacing 2018

Elmbridge Borough Council (EBC) is approaching the market with the view of getting an experienced contractor to resurface the car park at one of its day centres in Cobham. The works will ensure that the car park is left with a smooth even surface with no dips or cracking to the car park surface and that it will not leave water standing in wet conditions.

Contact:

Rose Ngonyama (EBC)
RNgonyama@elmbridge.gov.uk
High Street,
Esher
Surrey
KT10 9SD
United Kingdom
01372474130

Contract value:

Published: 5 Dec 2018, Receipt by: 31 Jan 2019

Additional Text:

Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

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