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Suicide Postvention Services for North West London
UK London NHS North West London Integrated Care Board

This procurement will identify a provider of a bespoke and supportive liaison service for those bereaved or affected by suicide, in North West London. <br/> The aims of this service are to:<br/><br/>• Help navigate and support residents in NW London bereaved by suicide along their entire journey.<br/>• Make initial contact with those bereaved within 72 hours of a referral.<br/>• Provide emotional and practical support for individuals e.g. with inquests, liaising with coroners, funeral arrangements and rights and legal processes.<br/>• Liaise with Mental Health Trusts in regards to patients known to services to facilitate consistent care, as required.<br/>• Navigate and refer to, other local and national support services.<br/>• Provide contact and/or support for the longer term, as required, including offering support to those who have been bereaved by suicide in the past.<br/>• Build capacity in other organisations to support those bereaved by suicide (e.g. raising awareness, seeding borough based peer support groups, working in education settings).<br/>• Offer inclusive support to communities who may require a different approach to suicide bereavement, for example: children and young people, wider family and friends, people from BAME communities, LGBTQ+ groups, witnesses of a suicide, and those with mental or physical health needs.

Value: 593893
Published: 2024-03-02
Deadline: 2024-04-16
593893 2024-03-02 2024-04-16
Provision of Legal Services in Relation to Fitness to Practise
UK London General Dental Council

Interested suppliers should complete the attached interest form and return appropriately via the Delta e tendering portal. For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at:

Value:
Published: 2024-03-01
Deadline:
2024-03-01
Provision of Legal Services in Relation to Fitness to Practise
United Kingdom London General Dental Council

The purpose of this notice is to notify the market of the General Dental Council's (GDC) intention to undertake a procurement exercise for Legal Services in relation to Fitness to practice cases. The GDC is the UK-wide statutory regulator of more than 115,000 members of the dental team, including approximately 44,000 dentists and 71,000 dental care professionals (DCPs) - dental nurses, clinical dental technicians, dental hygienists, dental technicians, dental therapists and orthodontic therapists. Our primary purpose is to protect patient safety and maintain public confidence in the dental professions. The GDC achieve this through the following objectives:   -to protect, promote and maintain the health, safety and well-being of the public;   -to promote and maintain confidence in the dental profession; and   -to promote and maintain proper professional standards and conduct for these professions. Where a concern is raised about a dental professional's conduct or competence the has the power to investigate:  -serious or repeated mistakes in clinical care, for example mistakes in diagnosis or dental procedure;  -failure to examine a patient properly, to secure a patient's informed consent before treatment, keep satisfactory records, or to respond reasonably to a patient's needs;  -not having professional indemnity insurance;  -cross infection issues (for example, using dirty clinical equipment during treatment);  -serious breaches of a patient's confidentiality;  -potential criminal offences including fraud, sexual misconduct, theft or dishonesty by a dental professional;  -conduct that is contrary to the GDC standards; and  -poor health or a medical condition that significantly affects a dental professional's ability to treat patients safely.  At this point we are considering our procurement options to securing contract to provide the legal services as described in section [ II.2.4 ] below. If your organisation is interested in tendering for the work described in this PIN , please complete the expression of interest form , downloadable from the Delta e-Sourcing portal. Complete forms will need to be submitted by Midday on 18 March 2024.

Value: 7000000
Published: 2024-03-01
Deadline:
7000000 2024-03-01
Sizewell C Legal Services
London DESNZ

The Sizewell C (SZC) Project requires robust and specialised legal services to support the management of HMG's shareholding of the SZC Project, to support any future financing activity and to support the execution of a number of complex and interdependent contracts. The requirement is currently being developed and a market engagement event will be held from 15:00 to 16:00 on the 11/03/2024 . To sign up to the event, please email benjamin.obrien@beis.gov.uk. All suppliers will be sent an NDA to sign before attending the event. This procurement will be competed via Lot 2 of the Legal Services Panel Framework (RM6179) offered by the Crown Commercial Service. If you are a supplier on this framework and wish to be kept up-to-date, please register on Jaggaer - https:beisgroup.ukp.app.jaggaer.com/go/.

Value: 9000000
Published: 2024-03-01
Deadline:
9000000 2024-03-01
Forensics - National Crime Agency
London National Crime Agency

C0985 Forensics - Consumables The National Crime Agency protects the public from serious and organised crime; and is inviting tenders for the provision of analytical forensic services across a wide range of disciplines playing a pivotal role in its mission. These tenders present an exciting opportunity for Suppliers with expertise in delivering forensic capability against a comprehensive range of services, that combine quality, value , legal and forensic compliance. The contract duration will be for eight (8) years and split into three contracts. Suppliers have the option of bidding for one or more contracts. Contract C0985 Forensic Consumables The Authority is looking to award a single contract for this requirement. Other related Tenders open: For Contract C0983 Traditional Forensics - The Authority is seeking to award a single contract for a managed service utilising sub-contracting arrangements to deliver all disciplines. Suppliers will be required to manage complex cases and be multi-disciplined. It is intended that work submitted under this contract will be managed on a split basis. Contract C0984 Forensics - Digital & Technology the Authority is looking to award to multiple suppliers For more info: https://nca-atamis.my.site.com/ProSpend_eSourcing_Community_registration?locale=uk

Value: 3000000
Published: 2024-02-28
Deadline:
3000000 2024-02-28
Forensics - National Crime Agency
London National Crime Agency

C0984 Forensics - Digital & Technology The National Crime Agency protects the public from serious and organised crime; and is inviting tenders for the provision of analytical forensic services across a wide range of disciplines playing a pivotal role in its mission. These tenders present an exciting opportunity for Suppliers with expertise in delivering forensic capability against a comprehensive range of services, that combine quality, value , legal and forensic compliance. The contract duration will be for eight (8) years and split in to three contracts. Suppliers have the option of bidding for one or more contracts. Contract C0984 Forensics - Digital & Technology the Authority is looking to award to multiple suppliers Other related Tenders open: For Contract C0983 Traditional Forensics - The Authority is seeking to award a single contract for a managed service utilising sub-contracting arrangements to deliver all disciplines. Suppliers will be required to manage complex cases and be multi-disciplined. It is intended that work submitted under this contract will be managed on a split basis. Contract C0985 Forensic Consumables The Authority is looking to award a single contract for this requirement. For more info: https://nca-atamis.my.site.com/ProSpend_eSourcing_Community_registration?locale=uk

Value: 70000000
Published: 2024-02-28
Deadline:
70000000 2024-02-28
Forensics - National Crime Agency
London National Crime Agency

C0983 Forensics - Traditional Physical The National Crime Agency protects the public from serious and organised crime; and is inviting tenders for the provision of analytical forensic services across a wide range of disciplines playing a pivotal role in its mission. These tenders present an exciting opportunity for Suppliers with expertise in delivering forensic capability against a comprehensive range of services, that combine quality, value , legal and forensic compliance. The contract duration will be for eight (8) years and split in to three contracts. Suppliers have the option of bidding for one or more contracts. For Contract C0983 Traditional Forensics - The Authority is seeking to award a single contract for a managed service utilising sub-contracting arrangements to deliver all disciplines. Suppliers will be required to manage complex cases and be multi-disciplined. It is intended that work submitted under this contract will be managed on a split basis. Other related Tenders open: Contract C0984 Forensics - Digital & Technology the Authority is looking to award to multiple suppliers Contract C0985 Forensic Consumables The Authority is looking to award a single contract for this requirement. For more info: https://nca-atamis.my.site.com/ProSpend_eSourcing_Community_registration?locale=uk.

Value: 70000000
Published: 2024-02-28
Deadline:
70000000 2024-02-28
Forensics - National Crime Agency
London National Crime Agency

C0984 Forensics - Digital & Technology The National Crime Agency protects the public from serious and organised crime; and is inviting tenders for the provision of analytical forensic services across a wide range of disciplines playing a pivotal role in its mission. These tenders present an exciting opportunity for Suppliers with expertise in delivering forensic capability against a comprehensive range of services, that combine quality, value , legal and forensic compliance. The contract duration will be for eight (8) years and split in to three contracts. Suppliers have the option of bidding for one or more contracts. Contract C0984 Forensics - Digital & Technology the Authority is looking to award to multiple suppliers Other related Tenders open: For Contract C0983 Traditional Forensics - The Authority is seeking to award a single contract for a managed service utilising sub-contracting arrangements to deliver all disciplines. Suppliers will be required to manage complex cases and be multi-disciplined. It is intended that work submitted under this contract will be managed on a split basis. Contract C0985 Forensic Consumables The Authority is looking to award a single contract for this requirement.

Value: 70000000
Published: 2024-02-27
Deadline:
70000000 2024-02-27
Forensics - National Crime Agency
London National Crime Agency

C0985 Forensics - Consumables The National Crime Agency protects the public from serious and organised crime; and is inviting tenders for the provision of analytical forensic services across a wide range of disciplines playing a pivotal role in its mission. These tenders present an exciting opportunity for Suppliers with expertise in delivering forensic capability against a comprehensive range of services, that combine quality, value , legal and forensic compliance. The contract duration will be for eight (8) years and split into three contracts. Suppliers have the option of bidding for one or more contracts. Contract C0985 Forensic Consumables The Authority is looking to award a single contract for this requirement. Other related Tenders open: For Contract C0983 Traditional Forensics - The Authority is seeking to award a single contract for a managed service utilising sub-contracting arrangements to deliver all disciplines. Suppliers will be required to manage complex cases and be multi-disciplined. It is intended that work submitted under this contract will be managed on a split basis. Contract C0984 Forensics - Digital & Technology the Authority is looking to award to multiple suppliers

Value: 3000000
Published: 2024-02-27
Deadline:
3000000 2024-02-27
Forensics - National Crime Agency
London National Crime Agency

C0983 Forensics - Traditional Physical The National Crime Agency protects the public from serious and organised crime; and is inviting tenders for the provision of analytical forensic services across a wide range of disciplines playing a pivotal role in its mission. These tenders present an exciting opportunity for Suppliers with expertise in delivering forensic capability against a comprehensive range of services, that combine quality, value , legal and forensic compliance. The contract duration will be for eight (8) years and split in to three contracts. Suppliers have the option of bidding for one or more contracts. For Contract C0983 Traditional Forensics - The Authority is seeking to award a single contract for a managed service utilising sub-contracting arrangements to deliver all disciplines. Suppliers will be required to manage complex cases and be multi-disciplined. It is intended that work submitted under this contract will be managed on a split basis. Other related Tenders open: Contract C0984 Forensics - Digital & Technology the Authority is looking to award to multiple suppliers Contract C0985 Forensic Consumables The Authority is looking to award a single contract for this requirement.

Value: 70000000
Published: 2024-02-27
Deadline:
70000000 2024-02-27
Framework Agreement for the Provision of Tipping General and Recycle Waste
UK LONDON Transport for London

PLEASE READ: TfL use the e-tendering platform SAP Ariba for all its procurement activities. In order to access the tender documents, suppliers need to be registered as an approved TfL supplier within SAP Ariba and subsequently added to the sourcing project. To register your company please in the first instance please email the Procurement Lead, Himali Basnayake on Himali.Basnayake@tfl.gov.uk, with the following information: - Full legal company name and registered address - Contact first name and surname - Contact job title - Contact email address - Contact phone number Alternatively, to self register, visit the following link: https://s1-eu.ariba.com/Sourcing/Main/aw?awh=r&awssk=qI4ZAflFZ0CrQrZW&realm=TfL&dard=1 Once approved (or if you are already an approved supplier) please email Himali Basnayake on Himali.Basnayake@tfl.gov.uk and request to be added to the sourcing event where you will be able to access the full suite of tender documentation. If you have any issues registering please contact the SAP Ariba Enablement Team on ariba_supplier_enablement@tfl.gov.uk.

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Published: 2024-02-26
Deadline:
2024-02-26
PROC/7170/24 Insurance Services
'- London Fire Commission

Dear Supplier, You have been invited to participate in the tender - PROC/7170/24 Insurance Services. Please visit the supplier portal to Accept or Reject the invitation. Additional information: Dear Supplier, You have been invited to participate in the tender - PROC/7170/24 Insurance Services. Please visit the supplier portal to Accept or Reject the invitation. Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

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Published: 2024-02-21
Deadline:
2024-02-21
Jubilee Primary School & Children’s Centre ~ Cleaning Tender
UK London Jubilee Primary School and Children's Centre

The tender project is seeking to appoint a Contractor whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of service within the existing facilities for the 340 students on roll and 50 teaching and support staff, with a focus on exciting new food concepts to satisfy a wide range of pupil tastes and dietary requirements. The School would wish the successful contractor to review the current range of services offered and make recommendations accordingly.The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1st August 2024 to 31st July 2027 and will operate as a Guaranteed Performance Contract, with the successful Contractor offering the School a guaranteed return / cost per annum for the provision of cleaning services. The School year is based on a calendar of 195 days. Five days are to be used for staff professional development which means that School will be open to receive students for the legal minimum of 190 days.The contract offered covers the scope for the provision of all cleaning services within the School, which currently includes:•Jubilee Primary School and Tulse Hill Children’s Centre•Brockwell One O'clock Park •Loughborough Children’s CentrePlease see SQ Document for more information.

Value: 360000
Published: 2024-02-20
Deadline: 2024-03-29
360000 2024-02-20 2024-03-29
PROC/7170/24 Insurance Services
SE1 0LL 169 Union Street, London , SE1 0LL London Fire Commissioner

Provision of Insurance Services

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Published: 2024-02-20
Deadline: 2024-04-05
2024-02-20 2024-04-05
Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Highways
United Kingdom London London Borough of Haringey - Parks and Leisure

DPS1 1137 Highway reactive insurance works to be completed March / April 2024 Parking suspensions can be arranged providing 10dys notice provided This opportunity has been distributed on adamprocure.co.uk

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Published: 2024-02-19
Deadline:
2024-02-19
PROC/7170/24 Insurance Services
UK London London Fire Commissioner

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Published: 2024-02-19
Deadline:
2024-02-19
Prior Information Notice - Generalist community legal advice
UK London London Borough of Southwark

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Published: 2024-02-19
Deadline:
2024-02-19
Prior Information Notice - Specialist community legal advice
UK London London Borough of Southwark

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Published: 2024-02-19
Deadline:
2024-02-19
BTA1820 Short Term Rental Data
London British Tourism Authority t/a VisitBritain/VisitEngland

VB/VE is the national tourism agency, a non-departmental public body funded by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) and our mission is to make tourism one of the most successful and productive sectors for the UK economy. We achieve this by supporting England's tourism industry, driving inbound visitor spend, providing expert advice to industry and to Government. VB/VE research utilises a range of travel and tourism statistics to monitor and predict international and domestic tourism flows. As part of our new data sources project, we identified the following business needs: • Timeliness (monitoring inbound and domestic tourism at a shorter latency) • Granularity (examining tourism behaviour across nations/regions with greater detail) • Being forward looking (predicting future tourism flows with greater confidence) We have found that short term rentals data has the capacity to meet these needs, in terms of frequent and timely data deliveries, the ability to drill down into small regional geographies, and the provision of forward bookings data. We (and on behalf of Visit Wales) would like to retain and enhance our short-term rentals data package in order to best meet these needs. Interested suppliers can access the procurement documentation for this opportunity free of charge via the Atamis eprocurement system: https://visitbritain.force.com/s/Welcome If you have recently registered on the Atamis eProcurement portal for another VisitBritain requirement, you can use the same account. If not, you will first need to register your organisation on the portal. To register, you will need to: 1. Go to the URL: https://visitbritain.force.com/s/Welcome 2. Select 'Click here to register!' 3. Read and agree to the portal user agreement 4. Complete the registration form, providing information including: - The full legal name of your organisation, - Your company registration number, - Your DUNS number-a unique nine-digit number provided to organisations free of charge by Dun & Bradstreet. - Whether your organisation is a Small -Medium Sized Enterprise (SME) - User and contact details.

Value: 120000
Published: 2024-02-16
Deadline:
120000 2024-02-16
Provision of Medical Aid Insurance at British High Commission Freetown
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Provision of Medical Aid Insurance at British High Commission Freetown for inpatient and outpatient services

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Published: 2024-02-15
Deadline: 2024-03-15
2024-02-15 2024-03-15
Provision of Medical Aid Insurance at British High Commission Freetown
London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Provision of Medical Aid Insurance at British High Commission Freetown

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Published: 2024-02-14
Deadline:
2024-02-14
Energy Performance Certificates - Croydon
Croydon London Borough of Croydon

The council are disposing / selling some of its property portfolio. For these transactions we require an Energy Performance Certificate to attach to the legal pack. The Council invites quotations from accredited assessors to provide energy performance certificates (EPC's) for its commercial and non commercial properties. 2 year contract Additional information: Croydon Council invites quotations for Energy Performance Certificates - Croydon Bidders must complete and return their bids using The Council e-procurement portal In-Tend (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/croydontenders) In order to receive notifications of Croydon tender opportunities please register free of charge at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/croydontenders To gain full access to this web site you must register your company / organisation using the Register option. When your registration has been accepted, you will receive an email containing your Login Information. Once you have received your Login Information, or if you are already a registered user, select the Login option. Registration is free and simple. All you need to enter on screen is the following information. Company Name, Company registration number (or tick a box if you don't have one) Tick a box to let us know if your company is an SME Address and Post Code. Phone number, a Contact First name, Last name and an Email Address. If you have any questions on how to use the web site please contact the In-Tend Support team at support@in-tend.co.uk or call on 0845 557 8079 / +44 (0) 114 407 0065 Once you have registered to see a list of all tenders you are involved in click My Tenders under Tenders. This is where you will be able to view any documents you have been sent, make your return and check your progress on the tender • To express interest in a tender click the Tenders button from the menu bar at top of the page. From here you will have access to a list of tenders. Select the View Details button and from here you can express interest via the Express Interest button • To view the history of your correspondence click the Correspondence button where you can view messages. • To send correspondence click the Create Correspondence, enter message details and click the Send button. Issue date: 01/02/24 Tender response deadline: 16/02/24 @ 12 Noon Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

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Published: 2024-02-14
Deadline:
2024-02-14
Provision of Medical Aid Insurance at British High Commission Freetown
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

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Published: 2024-02-14
Deadline:
2024-02-14
Global Legal Services Framework
UK LONDON NATIONAL GRID UK LIMITED

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Published: 2024-02-09
Deadline:
2024-02-09
Digital and Data Capabilities Framework
UK LONDON NATIONAL GRID UK LIMITED

All information provided in this notice should be considered indicative in nature and no overall decision on the lotting structure and exact scope have yet been made. This notice is not a formal request for expressions of interest. National Grid Electricity System Operator (NGESO), a legally separate business within the National Grid Group, is the electricity system operator for Great Britain. The NGESO moves electricity around the system to keep homes and businesses supplied with the energy they need 24/7. National Grid Electricity System Operator (NGESO) became a legally separate business from the wider National Grid Electricity Transmission (NG) in 2019. NGESO are on a journey to become FSO, a separate legal entity under UK government ownership in mid-2024. Pertinent to this, it must devise a long-term corporate network strategy. NESO is not obliged to respond to any correspondence related to this notice. Direct or indirect canvassing of NESO (or any person connected with it) by any person concerning this notice, or any attempt to procure information outside of the defined process is discouraged and may (in certain circumstances) require the disqualification of the relevant person(s) from participation in any future competitive procurement process. All information provided by NESO during this notice is at an early stage of development, is not intended by NESO to create any contract or other commitment and is not intended by NESO to be otherwise relied on by any person to any extent. NESO shall have no liability for any losses incurred by any person as a result any such reliance. Further to the enclosed PIN, please indicate your expression of interest and confirmation of registration of ALL UVDB codes relevant to the services you wish to provide for NESO under Digital and Data Capabilities Framework by emailing Caitlin.Williams@nationalgrid.com You must be fully registered on Achilles and registered against ALL UVDB Codes within each Lot in order to receive the Contract Notice and be invited to the Pre-Qualification Stage. Please clearly state for each Lot your interest and current status, i.e.: Lot 1 Interested? Yes/No If Yes, Fully registered on Achilles against UVDB Codes? Yes/No Partially registered Not registered at all Desta Wheeler (Desta.Wheeler@achilles.com) can support any issues with completion of your registration process on Achilles ahead of the qualification event planned to commence in 26th February 2024.

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Published: 2024-02-07
Deadline:
2024-02-07
Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Homes for Haringey
United Kingdom London London Borough of Haringey - Parks and Leisure

PAR 191 X1 187 Oak Alexandra Park Road N10 Insurance work This opportunity has been distributed on adamprocure.co.uk

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Published: 2024-02-05
Deadline:
2024-02-05
PS24036 - Measuring International R&I Policy Engagement and Influence
Calne DSIT

The final date and time for the submission of bids is Thursday 15 February at 11:00 DO NOT apply directly to the buyer. All tender information MUST be submitted through the Jaggaer eSourcing Portal. Brief Description of Requirement - DSIT (Department for Science, Innovation and Technology) currently spends part of the overseas aid budget, Official Development Assistance (ODA) on research and innovation through three major initiatives: The Newton Fund (Newton), the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and the International Science Partnerships Fund (ISPF). The Department also funds UKRI to deliver the Fund for International Collaboration (FIC). Additionally, the Department also spends on international research collaborations outside of the ODA context, including EU R&D programmes. These funds support UK scientists and innovators to work with peers around the world on some of the most pressing themes of our time. This funding is allocated by partner organisations to thousands of award holders, typically led by UK academic research institutions. - As these Funds are intended to address Global Challenges, there is a focus on positioning for impact. One important area of impact is Policy engagement/influence (in the UK and Internationally). DSIT would like to understand if funding through GCRF, Newton Fund, FIC and EU R&D programmes has Policy engagement/influence. One approach to this is to develop a method for scanning and analysing data, web or other sources for documented evidence of engagement/impact. Aims and Objectives To measure the potential engagement and influence of DSIT International R&I Funds on Policy. This will involve developing a method for scanning and analysing data, web or other sources for documented evidence of engagement/influence. Please ensure you review all attached information to ensure a full understanding of this requirement. All attachments can be found with the Supplier Attachments tab within the Jaggaer eSourcing Portal. This contract will be awarded based on the evaluation criteria as set out in the ITQ document. How to Apply UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UKSBS) will be using the Jaggaer eSourcing Portal for this procurement. To register on the Jaggaer eSourcing portal please use the link https://beisgroup.ukp.app.jaggaer.com/ and follow the instructions to register as a supplier. If you are already registered on the Jaggaer eSourcing Portal and wish to participate in this procurement, please use the link: https://beisgroup.ukp.app.jaggaer.com/. Once you are logged into the system you will be able to locate the Procurement you wish to leave a bid on by clicking the ITTs Open to All Suppliers and searching for the reference number PS24036 - Measuring International R&I Policy Engagement and Influence. Additional information: DO NOT APPLY DIRECTLY TO BUYER All submissions will be assessed in accordance with the Public Procurement Regulations that apply to this opportunity. Responses must be received by the date and time in the tender documentation; responses received outside of the deadline or not sent via the Jaggaer eSourcing portal will not be accepted or considered by the Contracting Authority further for this opportunity, unless a system outage is experienced, to which the Contracting Authority will advise upon accordingly. Interested organisations should ensure that they allow a sufficiency of time, prior to the deadline to allow all sections to be completed in full and any attachments to be uploaded. As a user of the Jaggaer eSourcing Portal you will have access to the Jaggaer messaging service which facilitates all messages sent to you and from you, as well as other messages and updates in relation to any specific tender event. Please note that any and all information secured outside of the messaging service, shall have no Legal Standing, merit or worth and should not be relied upon by any organisation submitting a tender response. Please note it is your organisations responsibility to access these messages on a regular basis to ensure you have sight of all relevant information applicable to this opportunity. The Contracting Authority expressly reserves the right: i. not to award any contract as a result of the procurement process commenced by publication of this notice; and ii. to make whatever changes it may see fit to the content and structure of the procurement; and under no circumstances as part of your organisations participation in this opportunity, will the Contracting Authority be liable for any costs incurred by any organisation as a result. If the Contracting Authority decides to enter into a contract with any successful organisation(s), this does not mean that there is any guarantee of subsequent contracts being awarded. Any expenditure, work or effort undertaken prior to contract award is accordingly a matter solely for the commercial judgement of your organisation in doing so. About UK Shared Business Services UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UKSBS) brings a commercial attitude to the public sector; helping our contracting authorities to improve efficiency, generate savings and modernise. Where UKSBS is not named as the Contracting Authority within the documentation, UKSBS will be acting as an agent on behalf of the Contracting Authority. Our broad range of expert services is shared by our customers. This allows our customers the freedom to focus resources on core activities; innovating and transforming their own organisations. For full details of our partner base please review the following link: http://www.uksbs.co.uk/services/procure/contracts/Pages/default.aspx

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Published: 2024-02-01
Deadline:
2024-02-01
Mill Hill County High School ~ Catering Tender
UK London Mill Hill County High School

Mill Hill County High School is a Secondary school and 6th form situated in Mill Hill, North London. It is a partially selective school which became an academy in 2011. The tender project is seeking to appoint a Contractor whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of service within the existing facilities for the 1700 students on roll and 200 teaching and support staff, with a focus on exciting new food concepts to satisfy a wide range of pupil tastes and dietary requirements. The School would wish the successful contractor to review the current range of services offered and make recommendations accordingly.The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1st August 2024 to 31st July 2027 and will operate as a Guaranteed Performance Contract, with the successful Contractor offering the School a guaranteed return / cost per annum for the provision of catering services. Sovereignty of the cash tariff is to remain with Mill Hill County High School for the duration of this contract.The School year is based on a calendar of 195 days. Five days are to be used for staff professional development which means that School will be open to receive students for the legal minimum of 190 days.The contract offered covers the scope for the provision of all catering services within the School, which currently includes breakfast, morning break, lunch, all hospitality and free issue requirements. Free School meals and hospitality will be charged based on consumption and at net food cost.Whilst the School prioritises value for money as a key objective of the Competitive Tender Process, the Governing body is not obliged to accept the lowest price.The value of the current contract is: - Sep-Jul 21/22 22/23 Cash Sales 359,993.03 410,437.74 Free School Meals 72,121.69 88,878.24 Hospitality 44,283.69 48,655.84 Total 476,398.41 547,971.82 The overall contract value over the five-year term is £2.74mMill Hill County High School expects the successful contractor to enable the continued development of catering through the provision of an innovative, healthy food service – compliant with Government Guidelines, with fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients being prepared on-site. The School expects the successful tenderer to evidence, through their bid, how they shall support and complement its values and support the principles of Every Child Matters. The School believes that success should be celebrated and that pupils should enjoy their time at school; if lessons are stimulating and challenging then students will love learning. Much time therefore, is spent reviewing and planning schemes of work to ensure that they are differentiated to meet the needs of all students. As a result, the School are very enthusiastic regarding work experience and apprenticeship proposals and would welcome the input of the successful Contractor. Please see SQ Document for more information.

Value: 2740000
Published: 2024-02-01
Deadline: 2024-03-08
2740000 2024-02-01 2024-03-08
Provision of Payroll Services for the British Embassy The Hague
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

The Contractor will provide payroll and HR services within the following scope: - DNI Reporting; - Provision of a journal system per budgetary department; - Invoicing and reports per budgetary department; - Tax Abatement knowledge and support with calculations; - Leave scheme knowledge and support with calculations; - Ideally experience in dealing with diplomatic organisations; - WKR space experience and working knowledge; - Calculation of staff salaries; - Calculation of third-party contributions; - Calculation of additional payments; - Calculation of end of service pay; - Preparation of payslips and delivery of these to the Embassy and employees via an online portal; - Advise on salary-related issues (for instance, tax/abatement); - Preparation statement of annual earnings for staff; - Generation of employment certifications and social security contributions - Legal and tax advice on staff-related payroll laws in The Netherlands.

Value: 27000
Published: 2024-01-31
Deadline:
27000 2024-01-31
https://fcdo.bravosolution.co.uk/
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Medical Insurance Services for the British Embassy Tbilisi

Value:
Published: 2024-01-31
Deadline: 2024-02-28
2024-01-31 2024-02-28
Event Management Enterprise Festival
Manchester The Growth Company

This is a one-off event, to be held in late March 2024 in Greater Manchester. The number of delegates and exhibitors is expected to be circa. 500. The venue must also allow for outside catering and "shell/stand" provision, including electricity points and wi-fi. In addition, we would hope that the venue can support the facilitation of a "makers' market" for our existing clients as a showcase (legislation is such that no permits are required if the market is held outside, with the permission of the landowner - though it is expected that the events company will make their own assurances in this regard as to any potential legal restrictions or accreditations required.) The event audience is expected to be: - Existing users of the ''EnterprisingYou'' and wider GM BGH service - Stakeholders and referral partners inc. strategic partners - Prospective clients of the service - Pre-startups, sole traders, freelancers, micro and businesses (foundational economy sector) all based or trading in GM. Specific tasks to be performed by the supplier are: • Event planning: in the initial stages, the GM Business Growth Hub (GM BGH) team will facilitate a roundtable with the event producers to provide a holistic overview of what we expect on the day of the event. The event producers will then take this away and begin the practical steps required to meet the brief. • Create and manage a landing page for event registration: make ready and transfer registration data. • Source venue and manage contract terms including payment (venue must allow for numerous factors pre-determined by the GM BGH team such as permission for outdoor catering, external space to allow for market stalls and any other reasonable allowances.) • Liaise with exhibitors to ensure full use of available stands. • Liaise with caterers, entertainment & any other staff required on the day of the event to ensure the event runs smoothly. • Plan & deliver appropriate strategy to encourage event attendance and to track impact of the event on the day. • Monitor the registrations and identify contingency plans if not hitting the attendance levels • Organise a post meeting to present an overview of how the event achieved its aims and objectives.

Value:
Published: 2024-01-31
Deadline:
2024-01-31
Heavy Goods Vehicle Recovery & Detention Services
British Oversea Territories London Home Office

The Home Department acting through Border Force has the power to detain vehicles where it is identified that the owner/hirer have an outstanding debt to a penalty levied under the Civil Penalty Regime. These provisions allow the Authority to issue legal paperwork and for the vehicle (including its content) to be taken into formal detention. Border Force is seeking to appoint a Supplier to provide Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) recovery and detention services. The contract will be for the Supplier to recover vehicles nationally and then store the vehicles until the Authority mandates their release or sale. Additional information: The intention of this notice is to gauge the market&apos;s level of interest and to assess the capability of the market to meet the requirement. If your organisation is interested in this requirement, please send an Expression of Interest (EoI) to detentionservicesprocurement@homeoffice.gov.uk. Following expressions of interest, suppliers will be issued with a Non-Disclosure Agreement to be signed and returned to the Authority. Once received, the supplier questionnaire will be made available for completion. The closing date for expressions of interest and the return of a completed supplier questionnaire is 01:00 pm on Friday 16th February 2024. Suppliers will need to register in the first instance on the Authority&apos;s eSourcing portal - https://homeoffice.app.jaggaer.com/web/login.html. Once registration has been completed suppliers who have expressed an interest will be given access to the event. Please note that this is a request for information only. The Home Office does not undertake to enter into any contractual agreement on the basis of this prior information notice.

Value:
Published: 2024-01-29
Deadline: 2024-02-16
2024-01-29 2024-02-16
Medical Insurance Services for the British Embassy Tbilisi
London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Medical Insurance Services for the British Embassy Tbilisi

Value:
Published: 2024-01-29
Deadline:
2024-01-29
Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Highways
United Kingdom London London Borough of Haringey - Parks and Leisure

Highways insurance works DPS1 1133 Works to be completed by Mid March 24 Parking suspensions can be arranged . Provide notice This opportunity has been distributed on adamprocure.co.uk

Value:
Published: 2024-01-26
Deadline:
2024-01-26
GB-London: BL Extension Project & Estates
British Oversea Territories London British Library

The British Library requires a legal services provider that will work within the BL's governance and statutory frameworks to advise and transact on, structure and prepare the relevant documentation for complex property matters

Value: 1000000
Published: 2024-01-26
Deadline:
1000000 2024-01-26
BE23185 - Subscription services for market insight relating to the power sector
UK London Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ)

DO NOT APPLY DIRECTLY TO BUYER All submissions will be assessed in accordance with the Public Procurement Regulations that apply to this opportunity. Responses must be received by the date and time in the tender documentation; responses received outside of the deadline or not sent via the Jaggaer eSourcing portal will not be accepted or considered by the Contracting Authority further for this opportunity, unless a system outage is experienced, to which the Contracting Authority will advise upon accordingly. Interested organisations should ensure that they allow a sufficiency of time, prior to the deadline to allow all sections to be completed in full and any attachments to be uploaded. As a user of the Jaggaer eSourcing Portal you will have access to the Jaggaer messaging service which facilitates all messages sent to you and from you, as well as other messages and updates in relation to any specific tender event. Please note that any and all information secured outside of the messaging service, shall have no Legal Standing, merit or worth and should not be relied upon by any organisation submitting a tender response. Please note it is your organisations responsibility to access these messages on a regular basis to ensure you have sight of all relevant information applicable to this opportunity. The Contracting Authority expressly reserves the right: i. not to award any contract as a result of the procurement process commenced by publication of this notice; and ii. to make whatever changes it may see fit to the content and structure of the procurement; and under no circumstances as part of your organisations participation in this opportunity, will the Contracting Authority be liable for any costs incurred by any organisation as a result. If the Contracting Authority decides to enter into a contract with any successful organisation(s), this does not mean that there is any guarantee of subsequent contracts being awarded. Any expenditure, work or effort undertaken prior to contract award is accordingly a matter solely for the commercial judgement of your organisation in doing so. About UK Shared Business Services UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS) brings a commercial attitude to the public sector; helping our contracting authorities to improve efficiency, generate savings and modernise. Where UK SBS is not named as the Contracting Authority within the documentation, UK SBS will be acting as an agent on behalf of the Contracting Authority. Our broad range of expert services is shared by our customers. This allows our customers the freedom to focus resources on core activities; innovating and transforming their own organisations. For full details of our partner base please review the following link: http://www.uksbs.co.uk/services/procure/contracts/Pages/default.aspx

Value:
Published: 2024-01-26
Deadline:
2024-01-26
Provision of Medical, Life, Vision and Dental Insurance for the British Embassy in Nassau, Bahamas
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Provision of Medical, Life, Vision and Dental Insurance for the British High Commission in Nassau, Bahamas

Value: 48470
Published: 2024-01-23
Deadline:
48470 2024-01-23
Provision of Medical, Life, Vision and Dental Insurance for the British High Commission in Nassau, Bahamas
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Provision of Medical, Life, Vision and Dental Insurance for the British High Commission in Nassau, Bahamas

Value: 48470
Published: 2024-01-23
Deadline:
48470 2024-01-23
Structural Heart and VAD's
UK London NHS Supply Chain Operated by Supply Chain Coordination Ltd (SCCL)

The following certification will be a requirement of the upcoming tender exercise and Applicants may be required to include evidence of this within their tender submission. - ISO 9001:2015 or equivalent externally accredited and up-to-date quality standard certificate(s) to cover all segments of the Applicant's (and the product's) supply chain. This should include but not be limited to manufacturing, storage, distribution and customer service. Further information in respect of certification requirements will be set out in the notice for the forthcoming procurement. If such certificates are not in the name of the Applicant then the Applicant must supply a copy of agreements setting out the authority and responsibilities of all parties in the supply chain and provide evidence of ISO9001:2015 or equivalent for all relevant parties in the supply chain. - Public Liability Insurance cover of £5m per claim in the name of the Applicant - Product Liability Insurance cover in the name of the Applicant of £5m per claim or £5m per claim and in the annual aggregate - Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to d-Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to demonstrate compliance to Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC or Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 (where applicable). If an Applicant commits to obtain ISO9001:2015 or equivalent quality standard certificate, Public Liability Insurance or Product Liability Insurance certification at the time of their tender submission then the requirement is that such certification is in place prior to the commencement date of the framework agreement (in order for NHS Supply Chain to place orders with the successful Applicant). The NHS has adopted PPN 06/20 (taking account of Social Value), and therefore this future Framework Agreement will include some qualitative evaluation questions on Social Value with a min. weighting of 10% towards the award. For more information please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-policy-note-0620-takingaccount-of-social-value-in-the-award-of-central-government-contracts. In addition, from April 2023: the NHS adopted the Government’s ‘Taking Account of Carbon Reduction Plans‘ (PPN 06/21) requiring all suppliers with new contracts for goods, services, and/or works with an anticipated contract value above £5 million per annum, to publish a carbon reduction plan for their direct emissions. From April 2024, the NHS will expand this requirement for all new contracts, irrespective of value. Suppliers bidding on NHS Supply Chain tenders will also be required to submit an Evergreen Assessment, please see https://www.england.nhs.uk/nhs-commercial/central-commercial-function-ccf/evergreen/. PPN02/23 ""Tackling Modern Slavery in Government Supply Chains"" will also apply. As part of its pre-tender strategy, NHS Supply Chain would also like to engage with suppliers of these products via a Request for Information (RFI). If you would like to complete the Request for Information document in respect of the products which are the subject of this procurement then please follow the below instructions; REGISTRATION 1. Use URL https://nhssupplychain.app.jaggaer.com// to access the NHS Supply Chain Procurement portal. 2. If not yet registered: - Click on the ‘Not Registered Yet’ link to access the registration page. - Complete the registration pages as guided by the mini guide found on the landing page. PORTAL ACCESS If registration has been completed: - Login with URL https://nhssupplychain.app.jaggaer.com// . - Click on “SQs Open to All Suppliers”.

Value:
Published: 2024-01-23
Deadline:
2024-01-23
Tri-Borough Insurance Tender-Property and Residential Leasehold Buildings contracts
UK London The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

A Service Contract will be awarded to a single supplier for Lot 1 Property and for Lot 2 Leasehold Buildings - the contract for each council could be awarded to a different supplier. The delivery of the contract is anticipated to begin on 01 April 2024.The objectives of this contract are: To provide Property insurance for the City of Westminster, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Property programme.To provide Residential Leasehold Buildings Insurance for the City of Westminster, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea residential leasehold properties.

Value: 100000000
Published: 2024-01-20
Deadline: 2024-02-19
100000000 2024-01-20 2024-02-19
Brampton Manor Academy Outsourced Catering Services
UK London BRAMPTON MANOR TRUST

The proposed contract will be for the outsourced provision of catering services to Brampton Manor Academy. It is the Academy’s expectation that the Bidder shall be responsible for the operation of the catering function including employment and management of staff, the TUPE and management of existing staff, supply of food, consumables, vehicles for food transportation and light equipment and preparing and serving appropriate meals. The Academy will retain responsibility for payment of utilities and the operation and maintenance of core catering equipment and facilities.The Bidder shall establish effective management and operational level communication systems at all levels regarding the catering service with the Academy. The Bidder will also be responsible for all legal, and health and safety requirements in delivering the services.The Bidder will provide a range of good quality, nutritious, attractively presented meals for pupils and staff, that comply with the Government’s current and future minimum nutritional and food- based standards for the educational sector. Meals should reflect growth in healthy eating trends, promote uptake, and comply with the Ofsted guidance for catering.The Bidder shall establish effective management and operational level communication systems at all levels regarding the catering service with customers that include: School management, parents, and pupils. In addition, the contactor will also be responsible for all legal and health and safety & food safety requirements in delivering the catering services.

Value: 4000000
Published: 2024-01-20
Deadline: 2024-03-04
4000000 2024-01-20 2024-03-04
Church Street Demolition & Associated Works : Site A [Phase 2 & Phase 3]
London capitalEsourcing

Provision of a suitability qualified Demolition Contractor to carry out the demolition and associated works to Church Street Site "A" Phase 2 & 3, via an open procurement procedure accompanied by information for qualitative selection that is required by Westminster City Council [WCC]. Site "A" is part of the Church Street Regeneration project which aims to improve the quality of life of the people who live and work in the area. On completion it will bring around 1,750 high quality new homes, greener and more pedestrianised spaces, and new community services to support the health and wellbeing of the local community. Summary of Scope of works to be carried out: (i) Prelims - Site Set-Up Etc (ii) Asbestos Removal (iii) Enabling Works Disconnections - [by others] (iv) Site Clearance & Demolition Works (v) Recycling And Removal Pre-requisite of this opportunity: Accreditation : National Federation of Demolition Contractors [NFDC] or equivalent; Asbestos Removal Contractors Association [ARCA] or equivalent either direct or outsourced via approval supply chain. Insurance : EL/PL £10M minimum; PI £5M if providing design/professional services Experience : High value; complex inner city demolition [London] Link for more information about the regeneration of Church Street : https://churchstreet.org/ Suppliers not currently registered on the capital eSourcing system can complete the registration process via the the link :https://www.capitalesourcing.com/web/login.shtml

Value:
Published: 2024-01-19
Deadline:
2024-01-19
Convener & Tribunal Secretary of the FRC Tribunal and Appeal Panel
United Kingdom LONDON THE FINANCIAL REPORTING COUNCIL LIMITED

The purpose of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is to serve the public interest by setting high standards in corporate governance and stewardship, corporate reporting, auditing and actuarial work, assessing the effectiveness of the application of those standards and enforcing those standards proportionately where it is in the public interest. Our Enforcement Division, led by our Executive Counsel, is responsible for conducting investigations under our main enforcement procedures. Decisions to open investigations and to refer them to the Enforcement Division, are made by the FRC's Conduct Committee where it considers there may have been misconduct or a breach of the relevant professional standards. As the UK's competent authority for statutory audit and the independent disciplinary body for accountants and actuaries in public interest cases, the FRC is committed to delivering robust, fair and transparent regulatory outcomes on a timely basis. In the financial year ending 31 March 2023, the FRC's Enforcement Division resolved 19 cases and imposed financial sanctions of £40.5m, including a sanction of £20m. Many investigations are concluded through settlement. In such cases, a member of the Tribunal Panel will be appointed to consider and approve the settlement agreement. However, a small number of cases will be referred on to the Tribunal stage, where an independent public Tribunal is convened to consider the matters brought to it. Tribunals will be convened from three or five members of the Tribunal Panel and will include at least a legal chair, a member of the relevant profession and a lay member. The FRC wishes to appoint a new Convener & Tribunal Secretary of the Tribunal Panel, a role formally provided for under the FRC's enforcement procedures. The role of the Convener & Tribunal Secretary includes (however is not limited to): • Appointing the Chair of the Tribunal from the Panel and, with the support of the Chair, appointing a Tribunal or Appeal Tribunal from members of the Tribunal Panel, with due regard for availability, experience, expertise and potential conflicts of interest of the Tribunal Panel members. • Appointing replacement members to an ongoing Tribunal, Joint Tribunal or Appeal Tribunal, should this be required. • Appointing legal chair members of the Tribunal Panel to consider Proposed Settlement Agreements under the Schemes and Proposed Decision Notices or Proposed Settlement Decision Notices under the AEP. • Appointing legal chair members to consider applications for the interim orders or leave to appeal. • Appointing an Independent Sanctions Tribunal from members of the Tribunal Panel. • Managing hearings by acting as the Tribunal Clerk/Administrative Officer. PLEASE SEE THE INVITATION TO TENDER (ITT) FOR FULL DETAILS. Additional information: Notes:- • Download and review the documents; • Observe the timelines and tender process • Register your interest in this opportunity by email to Procurement@frc.org.uk • You will need to register your interest in this opportunity to receive the Q&A responses. • Note : The initial term of appointment will be for three (3) years, with the option to extend for a further three-years.

Value: 168000
Published: 2024-01-19
Deadline:
168000 2024-01-19
Online Support and Advice Grant (OSAG Legal Support)
UK London Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice are pleased to share this potential grant opportunity regarding the upcoming commission of the Online Support and Advice Grant. The Government are committed to delivering swift access to justice for all who seek it and ensuring that citizens can obtain supportive resources, which the grant will enable.The purpose of this potential grant is to ensure that litigants in person, as well as individuals who are supporting litigants in person, and not-for-profit organisations, have access to a wide range of online legal support and advice in relation to a range of civil, family and tribunal (CFT) problems via one digital service or tool.The online service will enable such individuals and organisations to navigate the justice system and sufficiently prepare for court proceedings where necessary. The service will be widely signposted to and is expected to be user-friendly and easily accessible.The fund will be open to providers who have the capability to deliver this service and is valued at approximately £130,475-£200,000. Suppliers can bid as a single entity or as a Consortium. The funding period will commence in April 2024, and is anticipated to last for twelve (12) months with possibility for extension. The project milestones are as follows:Market Engagement Event - 9th January 2024Competition Live Date - 15th January 2024Deadline for Clarification Questions - 5th February 2024Competition Deadline - 12th February 2024Contract award and outcome confirmed -- March 2024Commencement of Fund- April 2024Suppliers interested can register through the Jaggaer e-sourcing portal ( https://ministryofjusticecommercial.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html) and by searching the following ITT: ITT_8326 - Online Support and Advice Grant (OSAG Legal Support). This will allow suppliers to be added and to view the content material required for the grant competition, as well as asking clarification questions. Any communications must be done via the Jaggaer E-Sourcing Portal.

Value: 130475
Published: 2024-01-18
Deadline: 2024-02-12
130475 2024-01-18 2024-02-12
Tri-Borough Insurance Tender-Property and Residential Leasehold Buildings contracts
UK London The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Value:
Published: 2024-01-18
Deadline:
2024-01-18
Tri-Borough Insurance Tender-Property and Residential Leasehold Buildings contracts
London capitalEsourcing

The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea (RBKC) is inviting tenders from sufficiently experienced and qualified contractors for Property and Residential Leasehold Buildings Insurance If Applicable: The contract will be split into 2 of Lots as follows: Lot 1: Property Insurance Lot 2: Residential Leasehold Buildings Insurance A Service Contract will be awarded to up to one contractor for each Lot. The contract will be established for an initial duration of 60 months. The delivery of the contract is anticipated to begin on 01 April 2024. The objectives of this contract are: To provide Property insurance for the City of Westminster, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Property programme To provide Residential Leasehold Buildings Insurance for the City of Westminster, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea residential leasehold properties. To Apply The full tender pack, including the specification of requirements and contract terms and conditions can be downloaded from the e-tendering portal. Please search for reference prj_RBKC_22687 Registration on the portal is necessary to be able to download the documents. Guidance about how to access the tender documents can be found on the RBKC Procurement website. Tender submissions must be submitted via the portal. The deadline for submitting a tender response for this opportunity is midday on 19/02/2024. Please submit any clarification questions relating to this tender via the message board on the portal. The deadline for clarification questions for this opportunity is midday on 19/02/2024.

Value: 100000000
Published: 2024-01-18
Deadline:
100000000 2024-01-18
Online Support and Advice Grant
British Oversea Territories London Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice are pleased to share this potential grant opportunity regarding the upcoming commission of the Online Support and Advice Grant. The Government are committed to delivering swift access to justice for all who seek it and ensuring that citizens can obtain supportive resources, which the grant will enable. The purpose of this potential grant is to ensure that litigants in person, as well as individuals who are supporting litigants in person, and not-for-profit organisations, have access to a wide range of online legal support and advice in relation to a range of civil, family and tribunal (CFT) problems via one digital service or tool. The online service will enable such individuals and organisations to navigate the justice system and sufficiently prepare for court proceedings where necessary. The service will be widely signposted to and is expected to be user-friendly and easily accessible. The fund will be open to providers who have the capability to deliver this service and is valued at approximately £130,475-£200,000. Suppliers can bid as a single entity or as a Consortium. Applicants should be aware that any new material developed as part of this grant will be subject to licence conditions. While the successful bidder would retain ownership of these materials, there is an expectation that the MoJ would hold a licence to use these products beyond the funding period, and rights to sub-licence them in the future if appropriate. This will be set out in the Primary Grant Agreement. The funding period will commence in April 2024, and is anticipated to last for twelve (12) months with possibility for extension. The project milestones are as follows: Market Engagement Event - 9th January 2024 Competition Live Date - 15th January 2024 Deadline for Clarification Questions - 5th February 2024 Competition Deadline - 12th February 2024 Contract award and outcome confirmed -- March 2024 Commencement of Fund- April 2024 Suppliers interested can register through the Jaggaer e-sourcing portal ( https://ministryofjusticecommercial.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html) and by searching the following ITT: ITT_8326 - Online Support and Advice Grant (OSAG Legal Support). This will allow suppliers to be added and to view the content material required for the grant competition, as well as asking clarification questions. Any communications must be done via the Jaggaer E-Sourcing Portal. Any issues registering please contact our Commercial Lead Lucinda Carty: Lucinda.carty@justice.gov.uk

Value: 200000
Published: 2024-01-17
Deadline:
200000 2024-01-17
Loan and Securities Collateral Legal Panel 2024
UK LONDON Bank of England

The Bank of England (the "Bank") lends through its market operations against eligible collateral delivered by firms. This takes the form of either loan or securities collateral. To ensure that the collateral is eligible for the Bank's operations, legal due diligence is required, particularly when it comes to loan collateral. The Bank is therefore seeking 3 law firms to be part of a framework and to conduct legal reviews relating to collateral on a case-by-case basis. The overall contract value includes the costs of all reviews, which will ultimately be recharged to the firm that is seeking to position the collateral with the Bank.Tenders or requests to participate must also be submitted electronically via https://supplierlive.proactisp2p.com/Account/Login Ref: PRJ/ 1000204

Value: 3600000
Published: 2024-01-17
Deadline: 2024-02-14
3600000 2024-01-17 2024-02-14
Legal Services Framework
UK London The Guinness Partnership Ltd

Guinness is seeking the provision of legal advice to support housing development transactions, such as but not be limited to the following: land and build package deals for the acquisition of affordable housing from developers; stock rationalisation disposals and acquisitions; conveyancing and confirmation of good and marketable title in connection with the purchase of single dwellings or the purchase of land with or without planning consent from a single or several owners; confirmation of good and marketable title; void disposals and the like.Additional requirements can be found within the specification document provided as part of this procurement process available as stated in section I.3.

Value: 9320000
Published: 2024-01-17
Deadline: 2024-03-01
9320000 2024-01-17 2024-03-01
Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Parks
United Kingdom London London Borough of Haringey - Parks and Leisure

ABCC PARKS Insurance DPS1 1150 Works to be completed by Mid March 2024 suspensions beneath tree upon request give Clare notice to obtain them This opportunity has been distributed on adamprocure.co.uk

Value:
Published: 2024-01-17
Deadline:
2024-01-17
Online Support and Advice Grant (OSAG Legal Support)
UK London Ministry of Justice

Value:
Published: 2024-01-16
Deadline:
2024-01-16
Legal Services Framework
UK London The Guinness Partnership Ltd

Although this Framework is being procured by The Guinness Partnership Ltd, we reserve the right to allow any entity within The Guinness Partnership Ltd group of companies to access it without restriction. Information around the current structure of The Guinness Partnership Ltd can be found here - https://www.guinnesspartnership.com/about-us/legal-and-governance/our-group-structure/. However, this list is not exhaustive and may be added to throughout the lifetime of the Framework. In addition, the values indicated in this notice are the best possible estimates available at the time and do not commit Guinness to any level of expenditure.

Value:
Published: 2024-01-15
Deadline:
2024-01-15
Legal Services Framework
United Kingdom London The Guinness Partnership Ltd

The Guinness Partnership Limited is seeking to procure a Framework Agreement through a Restricted Procedure for Legal Services to provide advice and support across a variety of business areas that are broken down into various lots which are detailed below. For details of the services provided in each lot, please refer to the specification document provided as part of this procurement process, available as stated in section I.3. The Framework will last for four years with no options to extend for any further periods. • Lot 1 - Development and Major Projects • Lot 2 - Conveyancing and Contracts • Lot 3 - Housing Management • Lot 4 - Governance and Finance • Lot 5 - Employment and Pensions Additional information: https://procontract.due-north.com/

Value: 9500000
Published: 2024-01-15
Deadline:
9500000 2024-01-15
Legal Services Framework
UK London The Guinness Partnership Ltd

Value:
Published: 2024-01-15
Deadline:
2024-01-15
Legal Services Framework
UK London The Guinness Partnership Ltd

Although this Framework is being procured by The Guinness Partnership Ltd, we reserve the right to allow any entity within The Guinness Partnership Ltd group of companies to access it without restriction. Information around the current structure of The Guinness Partnership Ltd can be found here - https://www.guinnesspartnership.com/about-us/legal-and-governance/our-group-structure/. However, this list is not exhaustive and may be added to throughout the lifetime of the Framework. In addition, the values indicated in this notice are the best possible estimates available at the time and do not commit Guinness to any level of expenditure.

Value:
Published: 2024-01-15
Deadline:
2024-01-15
BE23235 - Climate Change Risk Assessment 4 Technical Report
UK London Climate Change Committee

DO NOT APPLY DIRECTLY TO BUYER All submissions will be assessed in accordance with the Public Procurement Regulations that apply to this opportunity. Responses must be received by the date and time in the tender documentation; responses received outside of the deadline or not sent via the Jaggaer eSourcing portal will not be accepted or considered by the Contracting Authority further for this opportunity, unless a system outage is experienced, to which the Contracting Authority will advise upon accordingly. Interested organisations should ensure that they allow a sufficiency of time, prior to the deadline to allow all sections to be completed in full and any attachments to be uploaded. As a user of the Jaggaer eSourcing Portal you will have access to the Jaggaer messaging service which facilitates all messages sent to you and from you, as well as other messages and updates in relation to any specific tender event. Please note that any and all information secured outside of the messaging service, shall have no Legal Standing, merit or worth and should not be relied upon by any organisation submitting a tender response. Please note it is your organisations responsibility to access these messages on a regular basis to ensure you have sight of all relevant information applicable to this opportunity. The Contracting Authority expressly reserves the right: i. not to award any contract as a result of the procurement process commenced by publication of this notice; and ii. to make whatever changes it may see fit to the content and structure of the procurement; and under no circumstances as part of your organisations participation in this opportunity, will the Contracting Authority be liable for any costs incurred by any organisation as a result. If the Contracting Authority decides to enter into a contract with any successful organisation(s), this does not mean that there is any guarantee of subsequent contracts being awarded. Any expenditure, work or effort undertaken prior to contract award is accordingly a matter solely for the commercial judgement of your organisation in doing so. About UK Shared Business Services UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UKSBS) brings a commercial attitude to the public sector; helping our contracting authorities to improve efficiency, generate savings and modernise. Where UKSBS is not named as the Contracting Authority within the documentation, UKSBS will be acting as an agent on behalf of the Contracting Authority. Our broad range of expert services is shared by our customers. This allows our customers the freedom to focus resources on core activities; innovating and transforming their own organisations. For full details of our partner base please review the following link: http://www.uksbs.co.uk/services/procure/contracts/Pages/default.aspx

Value:
Published: 2024-01-12
Deadline:
2024-01-12
Electrosurgical Consumables and Related Accessories
UK London NHS Supply Chain Operated by Supply Chain Coordination Ltd (SCCL)

The following certification will be a requirement of the upcoming tender exercise and Applicants may be required to include evidence of this within their tender submission. - ISO 9001:2015 or equivalent externally accredited and up-to-date quality standard certificate(s) to cover all segments of the Applicant's (and the product's) supply chain. This should include but not be limited to manufacturing, storage, distribution and customer service. Further information in respect of certification requirements will be set out in the notice for the forthcoming procurement. If such certificates are not in the name of the Applicant then the Applicant must supply a copy of agreements setting out the authority and responsibilities of all parties in the supply chain and provide evidence of ISO9001:2015 or equivalent for all relevant parties in the supply chain. - Public Liability Insurance cover of £5m per claim in the name of the Applicant - Product Liability Insurance cover in the name of the Applicant of £5m per claim or £5m per claim and in the annual aggregate - Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to demonstrate compliance to Medical Devices Directive -Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC or Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 (where applicable) -MHRA Registration number. - If an Applicant commits to obtain ISO9001:2015 or equivalent quality standard certificate, Public Liability Insurance or Product Liability Insurance certification at the time of their tender submission then the requirement is that such certification is in place prior to the commencement date of the framework agreement (in order for NHS Supply Chain to place orders with the successful Applicant). The NHS has adopted PPN 06/20 (taking account of Social Value), and therefore this future Framework Agreement will include some qualitative evaluation questions on Social Value with a min. weighting of 10% towards the award. For more information please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-policy-note-0620-taking-account-ofsocial-value-in-the-award-of-central-government-contracts. In addition, from April 2023: the NHS adopted the Government’s ‘Taking Account of Carbon Reduction Plans‘ (PPN 06/21) requiring all suppliers with new contracts for goods, services, and/or works with an anticipated contract value above £5 million per annum, to publish a carbon reduction plan for their direct emissions. From April 2024, the NHS will expand this requirement for all new contracts, irrespective of value. Suppliers bidding on NHS Supply Chain tenders will also be required to submit an Evergreen Assessment, please see https://www.england.nhs.uk/nhs-commercial/central-commercial-function-ccf/evergreen/. PPN02/23 "Tackling Modern Slavery in Government Supply Chains" will also apply. As part of its pre-tender strategy, NHS Supply Chain would also like to engage with suppliers of these products via a Request for Information (RFI). If you would like to complete the Request for Information document in respect of the products which are the subject of this procurement then please follow the below instructions; REGISTRATION 1. Use URL https://nhssupplychain.app.jaggaer.com// to access the NHS Supply Chain Procurement portal. 2. If not yet registered: - Click on the ‘Not Registered Yet’ link to access the registration page. - Complete the registration pages as guided by the mini guide found on the landing page. PORTAL ACCESS If registration has been completed: - Login with URL https://nhssupplychain.app.jaggaer.com// . - Click on “SQs Open to All Suppliers”. EXPRESSION OF INTEREST - Find SQ_518 - RFI - Electrosurgery Consumables and Related Accessories and click on the blue text. Select Express interest.

Value:
Published: 2024-01-12
Deadline:
2024-01-12
PROVISION OF PROPERTY INTELLECTUAL SERVICES
UK London CITY UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at:

Value:
Published: 2024-01-09
Deadline:
2024-01-09
MEDICAL TECHNOLOLGY (MEDTECH) INNOVATION DPS
UK London NHS Supply Chain

There are criteria detailed within the tenders documentation around Compliance/Validation stage that is required to participate within this Innovation MedTech DPs that are a Pass/Fail Requirements. - URN Reference number provided by NHS Innovation service portal, HIN health innovation network or NHS SC Innovation Team where applicable for the following: - Innovation Service OR - National policy from NHSE or DHSC OR - NICE GuidanceAND - MHRA Product RegistrationThe following certification will be a requirement of the upcoming tender exercise and Applicants will be required to include evidence of this within their tender submission.- ISO 9001:2015 or equivalent externally accredited and up-to-date quality standard certificate(s) to cover all segments of the Applicant's (and the product's) supply chain. This should include but not be limited to manufacturing, storage, distribution and customer service. Further information in respect of certification requirements will be set out in the notice for the forthcoming procurement. If such certificates are not in the name of the Applicant then the Applicant must supply a copy of agreements setting out the authority and responsibilities of all parties in the supply chain and provide evidence of ISO9001:2015 or equivalent for all relevant parties in the supply chain.- Employers Liability Insurance cover of £5m per claim in the name of the Applicant- Public Liability Insurance cover of £5m per claim in the name of the Applicant- Product Liability Insurance cover in the name of the Applicant of £5m per claim or £5m in the annual aggregate- Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical DeviceRegulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to d-Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to demonstrate compliance to Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC or Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 (where applicable).The NHS has adopted PPN 06/20 (taking account of Social Value), and therefore this future DPS Agreement will include some qualitative evaluation questions on Social Value with a pass/Fail requirement. For more information please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-policy-note-0620-taking-account-of-social-value-in-the-award-of-central-government-contracts. In addition, from April 2023: the NHS adopted the Government’s ‘Taking Account of Carbon Reduction Plans‘(PPN 06/21) requiring all suppliers with new contracts for goods, services, and/or works with an anticipated contract value above £5 million per annum, to publish a carbon reduction plan for their direct emissions. From April 2024, the NHS will expand this requirement for all new contracts, irrespective of value. Suppliers bidding on NHS Supply Chain tenders will also be required to submit an Evergreen Assessment, please see https://www.england.nhs.uk/nhs-commercial/central-commercial-function-ccf/evergreen/. PPN02/23 "Tackling Modern Slavery in Government Supply Chains" will also apply.

Value: 500000000
Published: 2024-01-05
Deadline: 2031-01-02
500000000 2024-01-05 2031-01-02
Provision of Medical Insurance Services for Saudi Arabia Network
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Medical Insurance Services

Value:
Published: 2024-01-05
Deadline: 2024-02-05
2024-01-05 2024-02-05
Provision of Medical Insurance to British Embassy Manila
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

medical insurance services

Value:
Published: 2024-01-05
Deadline: 2024-02-05
2024-01-05 2024-02-05
Provision of Medical Insurance Services for Saudi Arabia Network
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Provision of Medical Insurance Services for British Embassy Riyadh and British Consulate General Jeddah. Additional information: All Tender documentation will be published, and all substantive communication between The Authority and bidders will be conducted via the FCDO&apos;s eProcurement Portal JAGGAER.

Value: 527000
Published: 2024-01-04
Deadline:
527000 2024-01-04
Provision of Medical Insurance to British Embassy Manila
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Provision of Medical Insurance to British Embassy Manila Additional information: All Tender documentation will be published, and all substantive communication between The Authority and bidders will be conducted via the FCDO&apos;s eProcurement Portal JAGGAER.

Value: 221813
Published: 2024-01-04
Deadline:
221813 2024-01-04
Medical Technology (MedTech) Innovation DPS
British Oversea Territories London NHS Supply Chain

Supply Chain Coordination Ltd (the "authority or NHS Supply Chain") is issuing this Invitation to Tender ("ITT") in to establishing Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS). Offer a route to market for Innovative products (Novel or iterative and meets an unmet need or provides improvements upon existing models of care with the end-goal of benefiting the system, patients and/or care providers) The objectives of this contract are to: Enable customer access to Medical Technology (MedTech) products and associated services that would not normally be available and that are of an innovative nature that they cannot be range extended on to a traditional Framework Agreements. Provide a compliant route to the NHS market for innovative and game changing MedTech products, reducing the barriers to entry and the time to market. Whilst still maintaining patient safety and improving patient care. Enable early access to innovative technology and regulatory approved products which enhance treatment solution for NHS patients. Maintain a compliant route to market for the Trusts bringing innovation products to the market sooner. Improve patient outcomes. Category area covered by this DPS: - Orthopaedics, Trauma and Spine - Ophthalmology - Audiology - Cardiology - Interventional radiology - Endourology - Endoscopy - Neuromodulation inclusive of IDDP - Perfusion - Ablation - Minimally Invasive Surgery - IVDR products/ tests (Pathology and Point of Care) - Radiology The DPS Agreement will have an initial term of 12 months from 2nd January 2024, Following the initial term of 12 months NHS Supply chain has the option to extend for a further 6 years (if fill extension is taken, expiry will be 1st January 2031), subject to the needs of business (and its customers) or until the published value has been exceeded of approximate spend of £500,000,000. You should note that any values which are listed in this Invitation to Participate are indicative only. Additional information: There are criteria detailed within the tender documentation around Compliance/Validation stage that is required to participate within this Innovation MedTech DPs that are a Pass/Fail Requirements. - URN Reference number provided by NHS Innovation service portal, HIN health innovation network or NHS SC Innovation Team where applicable for the following: - Innovation Service OR - National policy from NHSE or DHSC OR - NICE Guidance AND - MHRA Product Registration The following certification will be a requirement of the upcoming tender exercise and Applicants will be required to include evidence of this within their tender submission. - ISO 9001:2015 or equivalent externally accredited and up-to-date quality standard certificate(s) to cover all segments of the Applicant&apos;s (and the product&apos;s) supply chain. This should include but not be limited to manufacturing, storage, distribution and customer service. Further information in respect of certification requirements will be set out in the notice for the forthcoming procurement. If such certificates are not in the name of the Applicant then the Applicant must supply a copy of agreements setting out the authority and responsibilities of all parties in the supply chain and provide evidence of ISO9001:2015 or equivalent for all relevant parties in the supply chain. - Employers Liability Insurance cover of £5m per claim in the name of the Applicant - Public Liability Insurance cover of £5m per claim in the name of the Applicant - Product Liability Insurance cover in the name of the Applicant of £5m per claim or £5m in the annual aggregate - Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to d-Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to demonstrate compliance to Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC or Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 (where applicable). The NHS has adopted PPN 06/20 (taking account of Social Value), and therefore this future DPS Agreement will include some qualitative evaluation questions on Social Value with a pass/Fail requirement. For more information please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-policy-note-0620-taking-account-of-social-value-in-the-award-of-central-government-contracts. In addition, from April 2023: the NHS adopted the Government's 'Taking Account of Carbon Reduction Plans'(PPN 06/21) requiring all suppliers with new contracts for goods, services, and/or works with an anticipated contract value above £5 million per annum, to publish a carbon reduction plan for their direct emissions. From April 2024, the NHS will expand this requirement for all new contracts, irrespective of value. Suppliers bidding on NHS Supply Chain tenders will also be required to submit an Evergreen Assessment

Value: 5000000000
Published: 2024-01-03
Deadline:
5000000000 2024-01-03
Provision of Medical Insurance Services for Saudi Arabia Network
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Value:
Published: 2024-01-03
Deadline:
2024-01-03
Provision of Medical Insurance to British Embassy Manila
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Value:
Published: 2024-01-03
Deadline:
2024-01-03
Surgical Mesh Fixation Devices
UK London NHS Supply Chain

This PIN is intended to invite supplier engagement to further assist of the procurement and overall solution. It is anticipated that there will be supplier engagement which will cover the intended sourcing approach, regulatory compliance expectations within the ITT procedure. To register an expression of interest for this tender opportunity please register on the Jaggaer eProcurement Portal - https://nhssupplychain.app.jaggaer.com/ and express your interest in “SQ_458 - Expression Of Interest”. Expressions of interest for the supplier engagement must be received by 10:00BST on 22 Jan 2024. Further details regarding engagement will be shared in the new year. It is anticipated that the tender documents and Contract Notice will be published at the end of January 2024. It is intended that the Framework Agreement will be let for an initial term of 2 years, with optional extensions to not exceed a maximum 4 years overall. The following certification will be a requirement of the upcoming tender exercise and Applicants may be required to include evidence of this within their tender submission. - ISO 9001:2015 or equivalent externally accredited and up-to-date quality standard certificate(s) to cover all segments of the Applicant's (and the product's) supply chain. This should include but not be limited to manufacturing, storage, distribution and customer service. Further information in respect of certification requirements will be set out in the notice for the forthcoming procurement. If such certificates are not in the name of the Applicant then the Applicant must supply a copy of agreements setting out the authority and responsibilities of all parties in the supply chain and provide evidence of ISO9001:2015 or equivalent for all relevant parties in the supply chain. - Public Liability Insurance cover of £5m per claim in the name of the Applicant - Product Liability Insurance cover in the name of the Applicant of £5m per claim or £5m per claim and in the annual aggregate - Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to d-Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to demonstrate compliance to Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC or Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 (where applicable). If an Applicant commits to obtain ISO9001:2015 or equivalent quality standard certificate, Public Liability Insurance or Product Liability Insurance certification at the time of their tender submission then the requirement is that such certification is in place prior to the commencement date of the framework agreement (in order for NHS Supply Chain to place orders with the successful Applicant). The NHS has adopted PPN 06/20 (taking account of Social Value), and therefore this future Framework Agreement will include some qualitative evaluation questions on Social Value with a min. weighting of 10% towards the award. For more information please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-policy-note-0620-taking-account-of-social-value-in-the-award-of-central-government-contracts. In addition, from April 2023: the NHS adopted the Government’s ‘Taking Account of Carbon Reduction Plans‘ (PPN 06/21) requiring all suppliers with new contracts for goods, services, and/or works with an anticipated contract value above £5 million per annum, to publish a carbon reduction plan for their direct emissions. From April 2024, the NHS will expand this requirement for all new contracts, irrespective of value. Suppliers bidding on NHS Supply Chain tenders will also be required to submit an Evergreen Assessment, please see https://www.england.nhs.uk/nhs-commercial/central-commercial-function-ccf/evergreen/. PPN02/23 "Tackling Modern Slavery in Government Supply Chains" will also apply.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-22
Deadline:
2023-12-22
Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Tree Maintenance - Reactive - Highways
United Kingdom London London Borough of Haringey - Parks and Leisure

HIGHWAYS X1 tree to prune for insurance purposes parking suspensions upon request, provide 10dys notice works have to be completed by end of Jan 2024 This opportunity has been distributed on adamprocure.co.uk

Value:
Published: 2023-12-22
Deadline:
2023-12-22
Sizewell C Legal Services
London BEIS

The requirement is currently being developed with a view to conduct market engagement in January 2024. This procurement will be competed via Lot 2 of the Legal Services Panel Framework (RM6179) offered by the Crown Commercial Service. If you are a supplier on this framework and wish to be kept up-to-date , please register on Jaggaer - https:beisgroup.ukp.app.jaggaer.com/go/.  

Value: 15000000
Published: 2023-12-22
Deadline:
15000000 2023-12-22
Insurance Brokerage Services for British Consulate General Hong Kong
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

The Authority requires insurance brokerage of medical insurance for local staff and dependents of British Consulate General (BCG) Hong Kong. The Authority requires brokerage services for Medical Insurance Coverage, Group Life Insurance, Employee Compensation, Public Liability, Domestic Helper Insurance, Private Motor Insurance, Commercial Vehicle Insurance, Group Travel Insurance.

Value: 2250000
Published: 2023-12-22
Deadline: 2024-01-29
2250000 2023-12-22 2024-01-29
Insurance Brokerage Services for British Consulate General Hong Kong
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

The Authority requires insurance brokerage of medical insurance for local staff and dependents of British Consulate General (BCG) Hong Kong. The Authority requires brokerage services for Medical Insurance Coverage, Group Life Insurance, Employee Compensation, Public Liability, Domestic Helper Insurance, Private Motor Insurance, Commercial Vehicle Insurance, Group Travel Insurance Additional information: All Tender documentation will be published, and all substantive communication between The Authority and bidders will be conducted via the FCDO&apos;s eProcurement Portal JAGGAER.

Value: 225000
Published: 2023-12-22
Deadline:
225000 2023-12-22
Legal Services for Debt Recovery
UK London London Borough of Camden

The London Borough of Camden is seeking to award a contract for the provision of an external legal services for debt collection.The services will include:-Legal services for the recovery of all outstanding debt owed to Camden – excluding Parking and Council Tax / National Non-Domestic Rates (NNDR)-Contractor services will be employed on a case-by-case basis once all the internal processes have been exhausted in the pursuit of the debt.-Letters before Action (LBA) to litigation through to enforcement.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-21
Deadline: 2024-01-22
2023-12-21 2024-01-22
Online Support & Advice Grant (OSAG) Market Engagement
British Oversea Territories London Ministry of Justice

i) Inform the market of a prospective grant opportunity in connection with the competition for the provision of the Online Support and Advice Grant (OSAG) , totalling circa to a maximum of £200,000 for 1 year, starting 1st April 2024. (ii) give notice of the Authority plans to hold a virtual Supplier Event on Tuesday 9th January 2024 3-5pm. Suppliers interested in attending the event should confirm their interest by 5pm 8th January 2024 by registering via the Jaggaer e-sourcing portal. The form of response should be limited to the provision of a single point of contact (Company Name, Contact Name and E-mail Address). The Authority will then issue invitations to all interested parties, confirming the timings and location of the events. Additional information: The Ministry of Justice is pleased to share details of the market engagement event regarding the upcoming commissioning of the Online Support and Advice Grant. The Government is committed to delivering swift access to justice for all who seek it and ensuring that citizens can obtain supportive resources, which the grant will enable. The purpose of the grant will be to ensure that litigants in person, as well as individuals who are supporting litigants in person, and not-for-profit organisations, have access to a wide range of online legal support and advice in relation to a range of civil, family and tribunal (CFT) problems via one digital service or tool. The online service will enable such individuals and organisations to obtain the knowledge and information they need to navigate the justice system independently and confidently, and support preparedness for court proceedings where necessary. The grant fund will be open to individual organisations or consortiums, who have the capability to deliver this service, which is valued at approximately £130,000-£200,000 but could be subject to change. We will be seeking views on how to shape this offer from potential providers through this Supplier Engagement Event. The event will enable us to hear from potential bidders, which will inform how we compete this funding. The Supplier Engagement Event will take place virtually from 15:00-17:00 on Tuesday 9th January 2024. If you wish to attend the Supplier Engagement Event please register via the Jaggaer E-procurement system: https://ministryofjusticecommercial.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html Once in the portal look for "OSAG Legal Support" and send a message with the following details to attend the event; - Company Name - Contact Name - Contact Email Address

Value:
Published: 2023-12-21
Deadline: 2024-01-08
2023-12-21 2024-01-08
British Museum Design Competition Management
UK London The Trustees of the British Museum

As part of managing the Competition that will lead to the appointment of a Design Team the Procurement Consultant will be responsible for carrying out the following services and providing the deliverables listed below for each stage. For the avoidance of doubt the Procurement Consultant will at no point in the delivery of the Services be involved in the scoring of any elements of the submissions provided by the design teams taking part in the Competition. Their role is to administer and facilitate the scoring that will be performed by others as required at each stage of the Competition.Pre-Competition and Stage 1•If required refine Client’s final Competition documents including, Contract Notice, standard questionnaire (SQ), Stage 1 selection questions and draft invitation to tender (ITT) documents to ensure alignment with regulatory requirements in effect at time of launch.•Refine and finalise the tender programme.•Administer the publication of Competition documents via the Client’s e-sourcing portal, official launches and presentations in consultation with the Client’s communications team.•Prepare and host via online website procurement and communications documentation.•Act as point of contact for tenderers on all correspondence and queries liaising with relevant subject matter experts from the stakeholder groups where needed to ensure accurate, timely responses are provided via an actively maintained clarifications log.•Manage relationships with tenderers on behalf of the Client.•Manage evaluation of project specific elements of Stage 1 responses by Client team. Chair and provide all necessary secretariat services to shortlisting panel for evaluation and moderation sessions as required to arrive at final Stage 1 scores and establish shortlist in accordance with pre-determined published process.•Prepare summary report on outcome of Stage 1 for review by Client stakeholders.•Draft Stage 1 notification letters for review by Client team, legal advisors and administer distribution and relevant communications.Stage 2 and Post-Competition•Apply any necessary amendments to ITT document pack prior to issue to shortlisted tenderers.•Publish ITT packs via Client’s portal.•Manage all communications with tenderers as in Stage 1•Arrange and facilitate any events, such as charettes, presentations or interviews that may be required.•Chair supporting technical panels and provide all required secretariat services. •Take receipt of Client’s Quantity Surveyor’s appraisal of fee proformas ITT entries, and alongside technical panel reviews, collate into a single document for the jury panel.•Moderate and provide all required secretariat services for jury panel meetings (noting the consultant will not have a decision-making role on the panel) •Develop and produce tender reports providing recommendations for appointment to relevant Client stakeholders.•Draft standstill letters and manage interaction with Client legal advisors, administer distribution of these letters and, if required, subsequent relevant communications.•Support execution of contract with successful Design Team.•Support Client communication team as required with announcements relating to the appointment of the Design Team.

Value: 100000
Published: 2023-12-21
Deadline: 2024-02-02
100000 2023-12-21 2024-02-02
Transcription and Court Reporters (Loggers)Services
United Kingdom London General Dental Council

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to give advance notice that the General Dental Council (GDC) intends to undertake a tendering exercise for the provision of Court Reporters (Loggers) and Transcription Services to record and transcribe Fitness to Practise legal hearings. As part of the hearings process it is important that both dental professionals and the General Dental Council have access to recorded audio records and the ability for transcription of the hearings to be available after the proceedings. Any recordings made must cover all the proceedings and be of suitable quality for written transcripts to be produced that may be presented as evidence in court in other regulatory or judicial proceedings including appeals to a higher court. We are looking to engage with the market to inform our thinking in the development of the Invitation to Tender documents. The engagement with the market will be via written and or face to face communication. The GDC will communicate any engagement opportunities via the Delta e-Sourcing portal. You will need to register against this requirement on Delta e-Sourcing to receive any further information on participating in any such engagement. Please see link at section VI.3) below.

Value: 1100000
Published: 2023-12-21
Deadline:
1100000 2023-12-21
PATHFINDER PROJECT - LEGAL DOCUMENT TOOLKIT
RICHMOND The National Archives

The National Archives has developed a variety of different tools for working with legal information through our work delivering the legislation.gov.uk, Lawmaker and Find Case Law services. The umbrella term for these tools is the Legal Document Toolkit. There are specific tools which can securely receive, represent, store, transform, query, analyse, enrich, revise and publish legal documents of different types. The tools in the Toolkit have been developed using a variety of different technologies over the last 15-20 years. Some are quite recent (developed in the last 2-3 years), some are much older. The tools are centred on LegalDocML, the international standard for legal documents. This provides the core data model around which many of the more recent tools (Lawmaker and Find Case Law) are based. Our adoption of an international standard means the toolkit potentially has appeal in overseas markets. Most of the tools have been developed with a very specific task in mind but we think they potentially have wider application and use. Our hopes are highest with Lawmaker, a browser based drafting and amendment workflow management tool, and the parser we have developed for converting Court Judgments from Word, for Find Case Law. We are trying to work out how best to exploit the tools in the Toolkit commercially. We think there is both a domestic and international market for our tools - but we don't know which tools or what markets to focus on. We are regularly approached by people wanting to use some of these tools. The AI Revolution is opening up new opportunities as "Big Law" wakes up to the power of data. Many legal businesses rightly want to stay in control of their information assets but need better information management capabilities. Our Toolkit could help. In this project we will develop our understanding of the potential market, learning more about potential users and their needs, and evaluating the different business models we might use. The project has a budget of £32,000 (inc. VAT) per lot.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-21
Deadline:
2023-12-21
Legal Services for Debt Recovery
United Kingdom London London Borough of Camden

The London Borough of Camden is seeking to award a contract for the provision of an external legal services for debt collection. The services will include: -Legal services for the recovery of all outstanding debt owed to Camden - excluding Parking and Council Tax / National Non-Domestic Rates (NNDR) -Contractor services will be employed on a case-by-case basis once all the internal processes have been exhausted in the pursuit of the debt. -Letters before Action (LBA) to litigation through to enforcement. The procurement documents are available for unrestricted and full direct access, free of charge, at https://procontract.due-north.com/Advert/Index?advertId=d64ecbdb-569e-ee11-8127-005056b64545 Additional information can be obtained from the above-mentioned address Tenders or requests to participate must be submitted electronically via https://procontract.due-north.com/Advert/Index?advertId=d64ecbdb-569e-ee11-8127-005056b64545

Value: 3800000
Published: 2023-12-20
Deadline:
3800000 2023-12-20
Insurance Brokerage Services for British Consulate General Hong Kong
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Value:
Published: 2023-12-20
Deadline:
2023-12-20
Syringes, Needles including Biopsy and Associated Products
UK London NHS Supply Chain Operated by Supply Chain Coordination Ltd (SCCL)

The following certification will be a requirement of the upcoming tender exercise and Applicants may be required to include evidence of this within their tender submission. - ISO 9001:2015 or equivalent externally accredited and up-to-date quality standard certificate(s) to cover all segments of the Applicant's (and the product's) supply chain. This should include but not be limited to manufacturing, storage, distribution and customer service. Further information in respect of certification requirements will be set out in the notice for the forthcoming procurement. If such certificates are not in the name of the Applicant then the Applicant must supply a copy of agreements setting out the authority and responsibilities of all parties in the supply chain and provide evidence of ISO9001:2015 or equivalent for all relevant parties in the supply chain. - Public Liability Insurance cover of £5m per claim in the name of the Applicant - Product Liability Insurance cover in the name of the Applicant of £5m per claim or £5m per claim and in the annual aggregate - Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to d-Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to demonstrate compliance to Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC or Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 (where applicable). If an Applicant commits to obtain ISO9001:2015 or equivalent quality standard certificate, Public Liability Insurance or Product Liability Insurance certification at the time of their tender submission then the requirement is that such certification is in place prior to the commencement date of the framework agreement (in order for NHS Supply Chain to place orders with the successful Applicant). The NHS has adopted PPN 06/20 (taking account of Social Value), and therefore this future Framework Agreement will include some qualitative evaluation questions on Social Value with a min. weighting of 10% towards the award. For more information please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-policy-note-0620-taking-account-of-social-value-in-the-award-of-central-government-contracts. In addition, from April 2023: the NHS adopted the Government’s ‘Taking Account of Carbon Reduction Plans‘ (PPN 06/21) requiring all suppliers with new contracts for goods, services, and/or works with an anticipated contract value above £5 million per annum, to publish a carbon reduction plan for their direct emissions. From April 2024, the NHS will expand this requirement for all new contracts, irrespective of value. Suppliers bidding on NHS Supply Chain tenders will also be required to submit an Evergreen Assessment, please see https://www.england.nhs.uk/nhs-commercial/central-commercial-function-ccf/evergreen/. PPN02/23 "Tackling Modern Slavery in Government Supply Chains" will also apply. As part of its pre-tender strategy, NHS Supply Chain would also like to engage with suppliers of these products via a Request for Information (RFI). If you would like to complete the Request for Information document in respect of the products which are the subject of this procurement then please follow the below instructions; REGISTRATION 1. Use URL https://nhssupplychain.app.jaggaer.com// to access the NHS Supply Chain Procurement portal. 2. If not yet registered: - Click on the ‘Not Registered Yet’ link to access the registration page. - Complete the registration pages as guided by the mini guide found on the landing page. PORTAL ACCESS If registration has been completed: - Login with URL https://nhssupplychain.app.jaggaer.com// . - Click on “SQs Open to All Suppliers”. EXPRESSION OF INTEREST - Find SQ_457 - RFI - Syringes, Needles and Associated Products and click on the blue text. Select Express interest.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-20
Deadline:
2023-12-20
Legal Services for Debt Recovery
United Kingdom London London Borough of Camden

The London Borough of Camden is seeking to award a contract for the provision of an external legal services for debt collection. The services will include: -Legal services for the recovery of all outstanding debt owed to Camden - excluding Parking and Council Tax / National Non-Domestic Rates (NNDR) -Contractor services will be employed on a case-by-case basis once all the internal processes have been exhausted in the pursuit of the debt. -Letters before Action (LBA) to litigation through to enforcement.

Value: 3800000
Published: 2023-12-19
Deadline:
3800000 2023-12-19
Medical Insurance Brokerage for Country-Based Staff of British High Commission Kuala Lumpur
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Medical Insurance Brokerage for Country-Based Staff of British High Commission Kuala Lumpur Additional information: All Tender documentation will be published, and all substantive communication between The Authority and bidders will be conducted via the FCDO&apos;s eProcurement Portal JAGGAER.

Value: 61000
Published: 2023-12-19
Deadline:
61000 2023-12-19
Legal Services for Debt Recovery
UK London London Borough of Camden

Value:
Published: 2023-12-19
Deadline:
2023-12-19
Church Street Regeneration Scheme SITE A : Phase 2 & 3 Demolition and Associated works
London capitalEsourcing

Demolition Contractor to carry out the demolition and associated work to Church Street Site "A" Phase 2 & 3. Site "A" is part of the Church Street Regeneration project which aims to improve the quality of life of the people who live and work in the area. On completion it will bring around 1,750 high quality new homes, greener and more pedestrianised spaces, and new community services to support the health and wellbeing of the local community. The Church Street demolition works are complex with several buildings requiring removal in close proximity and in a coordinated approach, with key programme deliverables. This is the initial gateway for the entire Site "A" development. Link : https://churchstreet.org/ Pre-requisite of Expression of Interest: Accreditation Requirements : National Federation of Demolition Contractors [NFDC] or equivalent Insurance : EL/PL £10M minimum; if providing design/professional services PI £5M Supplier Questionnaire/Qualification Envelope : Which will be included within the subsequent "Invitation to Tender" and contains more detailed requirements for prospective bidders to provide evidence covering but not limited to: High value complex demolition contracting experience; Responsible procurement deliverables; Westminster Responsible Procurement and Commissioning Strategy https://www.westminster.gov.uk/responsible-procurement-and-commissioning-strategy H&S enforcement; Workload and financial capabilities; Asbestos removal supply chain/outsource : ARCA or equivalent registered; Additional information: www.capitalesourcing.com/web/login.shtml

Value:
Published: 2023-12-13
Deadline: 2024-01-05
2023-12-13 2024-01-05
Project_7982 Care Leavers Accreditation Scheme 1-2-1 Early Market Engagement Event CNF
United Kingdom London Department for Education

This notice is intended to: Inform the market of a potential future procurement of an accreditation service called "Care Leavers Accreditation Scheme for Higher Education (HE) and Future Education (FE) providers" by advertising 10x 1-hour supplier and buyer 1-2-1 market engagement webinars via Microsoft Teams on Monday 8th January and Wednesday 10th January 2024. Please see annex 1 for available 1-2-1 slots that can be found within the attachment section within SSQ_469. The purpose of the webinars is to engage with interested parties and suppliers (i.e potential providers, partners or sub-contractors) that believe they have the capacity and capability to provide market insight on elements of this service to support the potential future delivery model of this contracted service. In the "Stable Homes, Built on Love" implementation strategy, that was published in February 2023, the Department for Education committed to introducing an accreditation scheme for higher and further education providers which sets standards for the support we expect them all to provide to care leavers. Since then, we have worked closely with experts from across the care, Higher Education (HE) and Further Education (FE) to explore different options for delivering this commitment. These webinars are an opportunity to build on previous engagement and build our understanding of options for how an accreditation scheme could work in practice. It is expected that the contract(s) will be awarded to a single legal entity for the entirety of the service provision. How to engage: The 1-2-1 sessions are available to individual suppliers/trade associations, partners or subcontractors. 10x 1-2-1 slots are available; therefore, allocation of these slots will be on a first come first served basis and will be limited to 1 slot per supplier organisation. Interested parties can register for the event by contacting https://education.app.jaggaer.com/web/login.htm with the following information: a. Organisation b. Attendees -max number of 2 persons attending from the interested party c. Contact details During the 1-2-1 sessions DfE representatives would like to gain further market insight on 6 themes covering the following: a. The attractiveness of the commercial opportunity e.g. Do you think there is a need for this in the current market? What are your expectations for the contract term? b. The components of accreditation (eligibility, evidence, ratings, renewal) c. Contracting arrangements e.g. Concession Contract vs Service Contract agreements d. Barriers to entry e.g. appetite from the HE/FE providers e Risk f. Implementation lead time to setting this scheme up All information shared during the market engagement stage is indicative and subject to continued development and will be treated in commercial confidence.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-12
Deadline: 2024-01-05
2023-12-12 2024-01-05
The Evaluation of Market Ready agricultural Technology Options (TEMaRTO)
British Oversea Territories London Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)

The Delivering Clean Growth through Sustainable Intensification (CGSI) project has been critical in developing a rigorous, evidence-based decarbonisation pathway for agriculture that demonstrates compliance with the 5th and 6th carbon budget (CB) periods. This work directly informed development of the Carbon Budget Delivery Plan (Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, 2023) and planning for Sustainable Farming Incentive (SFI) standards. In preparation for the legal establishment of CB7 (2038 to 2042) it is time to refresh and update the evidence of the CGSI. We propose that this refresh looks to build on the successes of CGSI by filling evidence gaps around currently unquantified or exploratory measures in the CBDP, identify new mitigation technologies and innovations, refresh the trajectory in preparation for CB7, and explore potential for a long-term service agreement to test and implement evidence-based policy decisions. In advance, the successful contractor will receive a list of the unquantified/exploratory measures (also found in the published Net Zero growth plan), but also encouraged to explore other alternative emerging solutions. The refresh should adopt and enforce Maximum Technical Potential (MTP), ensuring the MTPs given for each measure are robust and credible. (MTP represents the maximum carbon savings that would be possible if we ignore limitations of cost, logistics and other non-market barriers). In reality the effective potential will be significantly lower or take longer than 30 years to deliver (i.e., not necessarily contributing to the 2050 target). https://atamis-9529.my.site.com/s/Welcome

Value:
Published: 2023-12-12
Deadline:
2023-12-12
Advanced Wound Care
UK London NHS Supply Chain

NHS Supply Chain intends to commence during the subsequent 12 months. The invitation to tender will be the subject of a separate notice and it is that notice to which potential suppliers will need to respond at the appropriate time. The following certification will be a requirement of the upcoming tender exercise and Applicants may be required to include evidence of this within their tender submission. * ISO 9001:2015 accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (or equivalent) and up-to-date quality standard certificate(s) to cover all segments of the Applicant's (and the product's) supply chain. This should include but not be limited to manufacturing, storage and distribution. Further information in respect of certification requirements will be set out in the notice and tender documents for the forthcoming procurement. If such certificates are not in the name of the Applicant then the Applicant must supply a copy of agreements setting out the authority and responsibilities of all parties in the supply chain and provide evidence of ISO9001:2015 or equivalent for all relevant parties in the supply chain. * Public Liability Insurance cover of £5m per claim in the name of the Applicant * Product Liability Insurance cover of £5m in the name of the Applicant * Employers Liability Insurance cover of £5m in the name of the Applicant * Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to d-Declaration of Conformity and UKCA Certification to demonstrate compliance to UK Medical Device Regulations 2002 or Declaration of Conformity and CE Certification to demonstrate compliance to Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC or Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 (where applicable). * MHRA registration of any medical devices, in compliance with the Medical Devices Regulations 2022 (SI 2022 No 618, as amended) (UK MDR 2022). The NHS has adopted PPN 06/20 (taking account of Social Value in the award of Government Contracts) 2022, and therefore this future Framework Agreement will include some qualitative evaluation questions on Social Value with a min. weighting of 10% towards the award. For more information on Social Value and to understand what’s included in Social Value, please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/procurement-policy-note-0620-takingaccount-ofsocialvaluein-the-award-of-central-government-contracts. From April 2023: the NHS will adopt the Government’s ‘Taking Account of Carbon Reduction Plans‘ (PPN 06/21) requiring all suppliers with new contracts for goods, services, and/or works with an anticipated contract value above £5 million per annum, to publish a carbon reduction plan for their direct emissions. From April 2024, the NHS will expand this requirement for all new contracts, irrespective of value. Suppliers will also be required to complete the Evergreen Assessment. As part of its pre-tender strategy, NHS Supply Chain would also like to engage with suppliers of these products via a Request for Information (RFI) - guidance below: REGISTRATION 1. Use URL https://nhssupplychain.app.jaggaer.com// to access the NHS Supply Chain Procurement portal. 2. If not yet registered: - Click on the ‘Not Registered Yet’ link to access the registration page. - Complete the registration pages as guided by the mini guide found on the landing page. PORTAL ACCESS - Login with URL https://nhssupplychain.app.jaggaer.com// . - Click on “SQs Open to All Suppliers”. EXPRESSION OF INTEREST - Find [Enter name of PIN] and click on the blue text. - Express an interest by clicking on the ‘EXPRESS INTEREST’ button in the top right corner. REQUEST FOR INFORMATION DOCUMENT - The Request for Information Document will then be sent to you via the Jaggaer Messaging Centre, which Applicants will be asked to complete and return no later than 12/01/2024, RFI's received after this date may not be considered.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-12
Deadline:
2023-12-12
Regulation of gambling marketing - Scoping Study
United Kingdom LONDON GAMBLEAWARE

For this project, GambleAware wishes to commission research to build knowledge around the key evidence and policy positions / narratives that led to regulatory shifts within gambling marketing in countries with legal systems that lend themselves to meaningful comparisons with Great Britain. Similarly, it is of interest to delve into the key evidence underpinning marketing regulatory shifts in domains akin to gambling in Great Britian. We would also like the research to search for evidence outlining the impact of such measures when implemented on key outcomes (e.g., exposure and perceptions among young people, gambling profits, frequency of play). Examining the evidence that prompted these shifts and led to change can serve as compelling support when advocating for more effective regulation with UK regulators/policy makers.

Value: 60000
Published: 2023-12-11
Deadline:
60000 2023-12-11
Project_7982 Care Leavers Accreditation Scheme 1-2-1 Early Market Engagement Event CNF
United Kingdom London Department for Education

The PIN is intended to: Inform the market of a potential future procurement of an accreditation service called "Care Leavers Accreditation Scheme for Higher Education (HE) and Future Education (FE) providers" by advertising 10x 1-hour supplier (please see annex 1 below for available slots within SSQ_469) and buyer 1-2-1 market engagement webinars via Microsoft Teams on Monday 8th January and Wednesday 10th January 2024. The purpose of the webinars is to engage with interested parties and suppliers (i.e potential providers, partners or sub-contractors) that believe they have the capacity and capability to provide market insight on elements of this service to support the potential future delivery model of this contracted service. In the "Stable Homes, Built on Love" implementation strategy, that was published in February 2023, the Department for Education committed to introducing an accreditation scheme for higher and further education providers which sets standards for the support we expect them all to provide to care leavers. Since then, we have worked closely with experts from across the care, Higher Education (HE) and Further Education (FE) to explore different options for delivering this commitment. These webinars are an opportunity to build on previous engagement and build our understanding of options for how an accreditation scheme could work in practice. It is expected that the contract(s) will be awarded to a single legal entity for the entirety of the service provision. How to engage: The 1-2-1 sessions are available to individual suppliers/trade associations, partners or subcontractors. 10 1-2-1 slots are available; therefore, allocation of these slots will be on a first come first served basis and will be limited to 1 slot per supplier organisation. Interested parties can register for the event by contacting https://education.app.jaggaer.com/web/login.htm with the following information: a. Organisation b. Attendees -max number of 2 persons attending from the interested party c. Contact details During the 1-2-1 sessions DfE representatives would like to gain further market insight on 6 themes covering the following: a. The attractiveness of the commercial opportunity e.g. Do you think there is a need for this in the current market? What are your expectations for the contract term? b. The components of accreditation (eligibility, evidence, ratings, renewal) c. Contracting arrangements e.g. Concession Contract vs Service Contract agreements d. Barriers to entry e.g. appetite from the HE/FE providers e Risk f. Implementation lead time to setting this scheme up All information shared during the market engagement stage is indicative and subject to continued development and will be treated in commercial confidence.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-11
Deadline: 2024-01-05
2023-12-11 2024-01-05
Maintenance of Steam Generators - 2021
London MHRA

The Medicine and Healthcare Product Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is looking to engage the service of a competent supplier to provide both technical and maintenance service for the steam generator equipment located in our production division. The requirement specifications and other relevant documents are attached herewith. The service is required at the Agency's South Mimms site in East England. This communication is to acquaint you with this opportunity and allow you to ascertain your capability to meet this requirement. In return, capable suppliers are expected to formally express interest by email to rene.kiliaan@nibsc.org confirming their willingness to participate in this opportunity. Such suppliers will be invited/notified when the TENDER is published. The contract includes 2 * 6 monthly service visits - 1* major 1* minor to be completed during CBRM shutdown periods. The contract includes service consumables plus 24-hour telephone response. The contractors will be expected to attend the site during statutory insurance inspection

Value: 100000
Published: 2023-12-08
Deadline:
100000 2023-12-08
Medical and Group Personal Accident Insurance for British Embassy Phnom Penh
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Medical and Group Personal Accident Insurance for British Embassy Phnom Penh Additional information: All Tender documentation will be published, and all substantive communication between The Authority and bidders will be conducted via the FCDO&apos;s eProcurement Portal JAGGAER.

Value: 90000
Published: 2023-12-08
Deadline:
90000 2023-12-08
The Evaluation of Market Ready agricultural Technology Options (TEMaRTO)
British Oversea Territories London Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)

The Delivering Clean Growth through Sustainable Intensification (CGSI) project has been critical in developing a rigorous, evidence-based decarbonisation pathway for agriculture that demonstrates compliance with the 5th and 6th carbon budget (CB) periods. This work directly informed development of the Carbon Budget Delivery Plan (Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, 2023) and planning for Sustainable Farming Incentive (SFI) standards. In preparation for the legal establishment of CB7 (2038 to 2042) it is time to refresh and update the evidence of the CGSI. We propose that this refresh looks to build on the successes of CGSI by filling evidence gaps around currently unquantified or exploratory measures in the CBDP, identify new mitigation technologies and innovations, refresh the trajectory in preparation for CB7, and explore potential for a long-term service agreement to test and implement evidence-based policy decisions. In advance, the successful contractor will receive a list of the unquantified/exploratory measures (also found in the published Net Zero growth plan), but also encouraged to explore other alternative emerging solutions. The refresh should adopt and enforce Maximum Technical Potential (MTP), ensuring the MTPs given for each measure are robust and credible. (MTP represents the maximum carbon savings that would be possible if we ignore limitations of cost, logistics and other non-market barriers). In reality the effective potential will be significantly lower or take longer than 30 years to deliver (i.e., not necessarily contributing to the 2050 target). https://atamis-9529.my.site.com/s/Welcome

Value:
Published: 2023-12-07
Deadline:
2023-12-07
Provision of Medical Insurance for the British Embassy in Mexico City for CBS
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Broker services and Medical Insurance Policy

Value: 1217968
Published: 2023-12-07
Deadline: 2024-01-09
1217968 2023-12-07 2024-01-09
Provision of Medical Insurance for the British Embassy in Mexico City for CBS
UK London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

Value:
Published: 2023-12-05
Deadline:
2023-12-05
Provision of Medical Insurance for the British Embassy in Mexico City for CBS
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (the Authority), represented by the British Embassy in Mexico City, seeks to purchase Medical Insurance for all of the Country Based Staff members and their eligible dependents. The Authority aims to secure a 2 year contract with the possibility of extending the contract for a total of 6 years, for the provision of Broker services that will attend to the Medical Insurance Policy. If you wish to participate, Your tender must be submitted electronically through the BRAVO solution e-Procurement Portal by 23:59 (Mexico City time) on the 09 th of January 2024. Tenders not submitted via the FCDO's e-Procurement Portal, JAGGAER Advantage. URL is https://fco.bravosolution.co.uk/ (requires registration), then navigate to project_10373 / ITT_6094.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-05
Deadline:
2023-12-05
Legal Services for the British Embassy Warsaw
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

The Contractor will provide legal services for the British Embassy Warsaw within the following scope: - Legal service provided in all areas related to human resource management including but not limited to labour and social security law, litigation, compliance, taxes including PIT, personal data protection; - Pro bono legal services on the above subjects; - Legal advice on global mobility and immigration as well as relationship with trade unions, negotiations and collective disputes.

Value: 50000
Published: 2023-12-04
Deadline:
50000 2023-12-04
BE23183 - Heat Network Zoning Programme – Framework Agreement
UK London Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ)

DO NOT APPLY DIRECTLY TO BUYER All submissions will be assessed in accordance with the Public Procurement Regulations that apply to this opportunity. Responses must be received by the date and time in the tender documentation; responses received outside of the deadline or not sent via the Jaggaer eSourcing portal will not be accepted or considered by the Contracting Authority further for this opportunity, unless a system outage is experienced, to which the Contracting Authority will advise upon accordingly. Interested organisations should ensure that they allow a sufficiency of time, prior to the deadline to allow all sections to be completed in full and any attachments to be uploaded. As a user of the Jaggaer eSourcing Portal you will have access to the Jaggaer messaging service which facilitates all messages sent to you and from you, as well as other messages and updates in relation to any specific tender event. Please note that any and all information secured outside of the messaging service, shall have no Legal Standing, merit or worth and should not be relied upon by any organisation submitting a tender response. Please note it is your organisations responsibility to access these messages on a regular basis to ensure you have sight of all relevant information applicable to this opportunity. The Contracting Authority expressly reserves the right: i. not to award any contract as a result of the procurement process commenced by publication of this notice; and ii. to make whatever changes it may see fit to the content and structure of the procurement; and under no circumstances as part of your organisations participation in this opportunity, will the Contracting Authority be liable for any costs incurred by any organisation as a result. If the Contracting Authority decides to enter into a contract with any successful organisation(s), this does not mean that there is any guarantee of subsequent contracts being awarded. Any expenditure, work or effort undertaken prior to contract award is accordingly a matter solely for the commercial judgement of your organisation in doing so. About UK Shared Business Services UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS) brings a commercial attitude to the public sector; helping our contracting authorities to improve efficiency, generate savings and modernise. Where UK SBS is not named as the Contracting Authority within the documentation, UK SBS will be acting as an agent on behalf of the Contracting Authority. Our broad range of expert services is shared by our customers. This allows our customers the freedom to focus resources on core activities; innovating and transforming their own organisations. For full details of our partner base please review the following link: http://www.uksbs.co.uk/services/procure/contracts/Pages/default.aspx

Value:
Published: 2023-12-04
Deadline:
2023-12-04
The Evaluation of Market Ready agricultural Technology Options (TEMaRTO)
UK London Defra Network eTendering Portal

The Delivering Clean Growth through Sustainable Intensification (CGSI) project has been critical in developing a rigorous, evidence-based decarbonisation pathway for agriculture that demonstrates compliance with the 5th and 6th carbon budget (CB) periods. This work directly informed development of the Carbon Budget Delivery Plan (Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, 2023) and planning for Sustainable Farming Incentive (SFI) standards.<br/><br/>In preparation for the legal establishment of CB7 (2038 to 2042) it is time to refresh and update the evidence of the CGSI. We propose that this refresh looks to build on the successes of CGSI by filling evidence gaps around currently unquantified or exploratory measures in the CBDP, identify new mitigation technologies and innovations, refresh the trajectory in preparation for CB7, and explore potential for a long-term service agreement to test and implement evidence-based policy decisions. In advance, the successful contractor will receive a list of the unquantified/exploratory measures (also found in the published Net Zero growth plan), but also encouraged to explore other alternative emerging solutions. The refresh should adopt and enforce Maximum Technical Potential (MTP), ensuring the MTPs given for each measure are robust and credible. (MTP represents the maximum carbon savings that would be possible if we ignore limitations of cost, logistics and other non-market barriers). In reality the effective potential will be significantly lower or take longer than 30 years to deliver (i.e., not necessarily contributing to the 2050 target).

Value: 1
Published: 2023-11-30
Deadline: 2024-01-12
1 2023-11-30 2024-01-12
The Evaluation of Market Ready agricultural Technology Options (TEMaRTO)
British Oversea Territories London Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)

The Delivering Clean Growth through Sustainable Intensification (CGSI) project has been critical in developing a rigorous, evidence-based decarbonisation pathway for agriculture that demonstrates compliance with the 5th and 6th carbon budget (CB) periods. This work directly informed development of the Carbon Budget Delivery Plan (Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, 2023) and planning for Sustainable Farming Incentive (SFI) standards. In preparation for the legal establishment of CB7 (2038 to 2042) it is time to refresh and update the evidence of the CGSI. We propose that this refresh looks to build on the successes of CGSI by filling evidence gaps around currently unquantified or exploratory measures in the CBDP, identify new mitigation technologies and innovations, refresh the trajectory in preparation for CB7, and explore potential for a long-term service agreement to test and implement evidence-based policy decisions. In advance, the successful contractor will receive a list of the unquantified/exploratory measures (also found in the published Net Zero growth plan), but also encouraged to explore other alternative emerging solutions. The refresh should adopt and enforce Maximum Technical Potential (MTP), ensuring the MTPs given for each measure are robust and credible. (MTP represents the maximum carbon savings that would be possible if we ignore limitations of cost, logistics and other non-market barriers). In reality the effective potential will be significantly lower or take longer than 30 years to deliver (i.e., not necessarily contributing to the 2050 target). https://atamis-9529.my.site.com/s/Welcome

Value: 1
Published: 2023-11-29
Deadline:
1 2023-11-29
SMG Sites Health and Safety Management System Audits
London Science Museum Group

Science Museum Group (SMG) require the completion of annual health and safety audits of each site in order to ensure the management systems for safety are adequate against ISO 45001 and current legislation. To note - SMG does not require certification to ISO 45001. However, SMG works to this standard, and the audits should review compliance against this. Where it is found that these systems do not meet with ISO 45001, legislation or other relevant guidance, SMG requires the auditor to identify non-conformities or opportunities for improvement for implementation by SMG. In line with ISO 45001:2018, identification of legal and other requirements remains the responsibility of the client. However, every effort will be made to cover a wide range of sampling during the audit. This should include the provision of an audit report which is to be provided no more than 7 days after the final audit day. Additional information: You can view our tender documents and apply for the opportunity here: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sciencemuseumgroup/aspx/Home Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

Value:
Published: 2023-11-27
Deadline:
2023-11-27
Provision of Antiques and Works of Art Valuation Services for FCDO
British Oversea Territories London Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office

In the course of time certain FCDO properties have accrued items amongst the contents that may be considered to be antiques and works of art (AWA). The FCDO has a financial reporting requirement (IFRS) to ensure such items are well managed, correctly recorded and accurately valued in our annual accounts. The majority of the FCDO&apos;s AWA collection is located at overseas posts. Each financial year posts are required to perform an inventory check of all their AWA. The Estates, Security and Network Directorate (ESND) of the FCDO, on behalf of the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, requires valuations of AWA at locations across the FCDO estate which house some of our more valuable collections. The objectives of this upcoming procurement are: 1. Establish a global antiques and valuation programme with an experienced partner which delivers on financial reporting commitments and represents good value for money 2. Ensure that the overall AWA valuation remains accurate and that any unknown and missing antiques are identified and incorporated into accounts. 3. Inform our approach to prioritizing any maintenance requirements. The Scope of Services will include: This FCDO requires the services of skilled and experienced valuers of furniture, carpets, and architectural fittings such as but not limited to chandeliers, silverware, glassware and china, tapestries, sculptures, decorative arts and paintings owned by the FCDO. The Successful Supplier will be required to deliver the following: - Valuations following inspection of antiques and works of art located at both overseas and home estates in accordance with RICS "Red Book" - Market Value and Insurance Value methodology. - Provide electronic valuation based on the inventory in line with an agreed programme - Provide advice to FCDO and answer queries on the valuations provided posed by FCDO auditors The Successful Supplier will be required to deliver a valuation programme which covers 16 posts worldwide. At least one post will need to be visited and antiques and works of arts valued prior to 31st March 2024. The Contract is anticipated to commence on 15th June 2024. Tenderers will be required to submit a programme to deliver the requirement. The programme must be completed within 3 years however can be completed sooner. The Contract will remain open for one year following delivery end date to allow for FCDO and auditor queries to be addressed. The procurement is planned to commence in the coming weeks, with an anticipated ITT publication on 4th December. The anticipated tender close date will be 5th January 2024 with a Contract Award date of 8th February 2024. The FCDO are seeking to understand the level of interest from the market to deliver this requirement and feedback on matters included in Annex A to this Contract Finder Notice. If you are interested in delivering the services, please email Corrine.Collins@fcdo.gov.uk with Annex A completed. Additional information: The requirement will be procured via the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office&apos;s e-procurement portal: https://fcdo.bravosolution.co.uk. Suppliers, not currently registered on the portal, who are interested in being considered for this opportunity must self-register on the site in order to participate - registration is free and instantaneous. Suppliers already registered on FCDO/Jaggaer will not need to re-register, but will need to complete the full suite of tender documents once issued to be considered for the opportunity. For the avoidance of doubt, this phase of the project is not part of a formal procurement process and the contracting authority is not committing, at this stage, to carrying out such a process. The FCDO reserves the right to change the process at any stage and to undertake this procurement using alternative routes. Participation or non-participation in this market engagement exercise shall not prevent any supplier participating in a potential future procurement, nor is it intended that any information supplied as part of this exercise shall place any supplier at an advantage in a potential procurement process. No formal assessment of capability or down selection of bidders will be carried out in relation to any responses received as a result of this. A Contract Finder Opportunity Notice will be published once the procurement is live. Please refer to the Annex A - Questionnaire to provide feedback on FCDO's procurement approach.

Value: 65000
Published: 2023-11-27
Deadline:
65000 2023-11-27
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