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Brexit contracts

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251 400649014-ocds-0c46vo-0001-2ce404bb-16b6-47fa-b77a-289566e36a17-251 25/03/2022 05:45 PM 25/03/2022 Safe Regeneration Framework acting by its agent Rise Construction Framework Ltd Rise Construction Framework (Rise) is the agent for SAFE Regeneration Ltd ("SAFE"); it is intended that SAFE will be a Central Purchasing Body (as defined by Regulation 2(1) of the UK statutory Instrument 2015 No.102 "The Public Contract Regulations 2015" as amended by the Public Procurement (Amendment etc) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020/1319).About Rise: Rise was born out of a strong conviction that a construction framework could deliver exceptional service to the framework users while positively impacting the communities within its operating areas. Quite simply, commerciality and social value could co-exist and create an innovative and purposeful new model. We are the UK's only pro-social body providing agency services to construction frameworks with a proven track record of supporting deprived communities by investing our profits into community prevention and intervention initiatives. Pro-social businesses are self-sustainable social organisations that exist to provide social benefits to the communities around them.The framework has been designed taking into consideration the construction playbook to ensure the framework is fit for purpose for its public-sector users. Users of SAFE's current framework, which will shortly come to term, include NHS Foundation Trusts https://www.england.nhs.uk/publication/nhs-provider-directory/#l, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Educational Institutions, Providers of Social Housing, Local Authorities, Charities and 3rd Sector Groups and Community Led Housing Organisations across the North West of England and North Wales.Public-sector bodies able to access the framework will include: Local Authorities, Universities, Schools, Academies, Colleges, Social Housing Providers, Community Land Trusts or other Community Led Housing Organisations, Emergency Services, Health & Social Care providers, NHS bodies, Clinical Commissioning groups, Government Departments, Museum and Arts, Charities & 3rd Sector Organisations and Public Body subsidiary companies.The framework will operate across North West of England (Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester), North Wales (Isle of Anglesey, Conway, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Wrexham), Yorkshire and the Humber (East Riding of Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire).The framework will consist of 17 Groups with each group having varying values of work/services (value bands). Each group/value band will be allocated a maximum number of supply partners who score the highest during the competition; the supply partner allocation table can located via this link: https://rise-framework.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Rise-Framework-Lot-Allocation-Numbers.pdfContract award will be on a lot-by-lot basis with the option of direct appointment for contracts whose contract value will fall below the threshold current at the time of the formation of the contract or further mini-competition. Due to the complexity of the framework the Terms and Conditions (T&Cs) will not be set out in the framework agreement but will be issued on a project-by-project basis with bespoke service agreements for professional services. SAFE REGENERATION LTD 600,000,000.00 GBP 25/03/2022 12:00 AM 24/03/2026 11:59 PM FWP LTD https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/2ce404bb-16b6-47fa-b77a-289566e36a17
106 265527663-ocds-0c46vo-0133-048674-2021-106 29/01/2021 12:00 AM 29/01/2021 Trade Law Panel Lot 1: covers advice and services in relation to the mitigation and conduct of disputes under the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and trade agreement dispute settlement mechanisms, as well as compliance with and enforcement of international law relating to trade, including but not limited to the law of WTO and trade agreements.Lot 1 is predominantly for the provision of services in the law of the WTO and trade agreement disputes as well as both international and foreign domestic law in respect of the framework’s subject matter.Suppliers appointed to this lot must provide advice and services in relation to the areas of mandatory specialism detailed in the specification for Lot 1. Lot 2 covers the provision of legal advice and services in relation to the negotiation and implementation of trade agreements and trading relationships, and compliance with and enforcement of international law relating to trade. This includes the law of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and trade agreements.Suppliers appointed to this lot must provide advice and services in relation to the areas of mandatory specialism detailed in the specification for Lot 2.Suppliers will also be required to provide subcontracting arrangements rapidly and advise on, or provide ready access to, the whole range of chapters within a Free Trade Agreement (FTA). CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE Trade Law Panel Lot 1: covers advice and services in relation to the mitigation and conduct of disputes under the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and trade agreement dispute settlement mechanisms, as well as compliance with and enforcement of international law relating to trade, including but not limited to the law of WTO and trade agreements. Lot 1 is predominantly for the provision of services in the law of the WTO and trade agreement disputes as well as both international and foreign domestic law in respect of the framework’s subject matter. Suppliers appointed to this lot must provide advice and services in relation to the areas of mandatory specialism detailed in the specification for Lot 1. 70,000,000.00 GBP LINKLATERS LLP http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:048674-2021:TEXT:EN:HTML
384 298576643-ocds-0c46vo-0463-010335-2021_010335-2021-384 11/05/2021 08:24 PM 11/05/2021 C2541 PIF Truck Park The project comprises the development of an 8.8 acre HGV truck parking facility in conjunction with the UK Government to provide additional capacity following the departure of the UK from the European Single Market (Brexit). LONDON GATEWAY PORT LIMITED PIF TRUCK PARK WHITEMOUNTAIN QUARRIES LTD https://www.find-tender.service.gov.uk/Notice/010335-2021
253 400649014-ocds-0c46vo-0001-2ce404bb-16b6-47fa-b77a-289566e36a17-253 25/03/2022 05:45 PM 25/03/2022 Safe Regeneration Framework acting by its agent Rise Construction Framework Ltd Rise Construction Framework (Rise) is the agent for SAFE Regeneration Ltd ("SAFE"); it is intended that SAFE will be a Central Purchasing Body (as defined by Regulation 2(1) of the UK statutory Instrument 2015 No.102 "The Public Contract Regulations 2015" as amended by the Public Procurement (Amendment etc) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020/1319).About Rise: Rise was born out of a strong conviction that a construction framework could deliver exceptional service to the framework users while positively impacting the communities within its operating areas. Quite simply, commerciality and social value could co-exist and create an innovative and purposeful new model. We are the UK's only pro-social body providing agency services to construction frameworks with a proven track record of supporting deprived communities by investing our profits into community prevention and intervention initiatives. Pro-social businesses are self-sustainable social organisations that exist to provide social benefits to the communities around them.The framework has been designed taking into consideration the construction playbook to ensure the framework is fit for purpose for its public-sector users. Users of SAFE's current framework, which will shortly come to term, include NHS Foundation Trusts https://www.england.nhs.uk/publication/nhs-provider-directory/#l, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Educational Institutions, Providers of Social Housing, Local Authorities, Charities and 3rd Sector Groups and Community Led Housing Organisations across the North West of England and North Wales.Public-sector bodies able to access the framework will include: Local Authorities, Universities, Schools, Academies, Colleges, Social Housing Providers, Community Land Trusts or other Community Led Housing Organisations, Emergency Services, Health & Social Care providers, NHS bodies, Clinical Commissioning groups, Government Departments, Museum and Arts, Charities & 3rd Sector Organisations and Public Body subsidiary companies.The framework will operate across North West of England (Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester), North Wales (Isle of Anglesey, Conway, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Wrexham), Yorkshire and the Humber (East Riding of Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire).The framework will consist of 17 Groups with each group having varying values of work/services (value bands). Each group/value band will be allocated a maximum number of supply partners who score the highest during the competition; the supply partner allocation table can located via this link: https://rise-framework.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Rise-Framework-Lot-Allocation-Numbers.pdfContract award will be on a lot-by-lot basis with the option of direct appointment for contracts whose contract value will fall below the threshold current at the time of the formation of the contract or further mini-competition. Due to the complexity of the framework the Terms and Conditions (T&Cs) will not be set out in the framework agreement but will be issued on a project-by-project basis with bespoke service agreements for professional services. SAFE REGENERATION LTD 600,000,000.00 GBP 25/03/2022 12:00 AM 24/03/2026 11:59 PM FWP LTD https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/2ce404bb-16b6-47fa-b77a-289566e36a17
47 269414924-ocds-0c46vo-0001-d4e0ab69-1032-4b75-9163-7f7c8769f3c0-47 12/02/2021 09:55 AM 31/10/2020 EU Exit Consultancy Support DCMS requires additional capacity and capability to ensure that DCMS sectors and stakeholders are as prepared as possible for the EU exit on 1 January 2021 and are aware of any actions that need to be taken. DEPARTMENT FOR CULTURE MEDIA & SPORT 85,866.00 GBP 01/11/2020 12:00 AM 31/12/2020 11:59 PM DELOITTE https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/d4e0ab69-1032-4b75-9163-7f7c8769f3c0
399 185866839-ocds-0c46vo-0070-12169-399 28/03/2020 12:00 AM 28/03/2020 Maintaining Pega applications in production and enhancement of user experience Maintaining and supporting live applications: CWoW IRAS portal, on-line booking of applications and non-CWoW amendment e-submission portal and associated interfaces and integration. Development, testing and deployment into the production environment of additional functionality which may be subject to change in the light of the COVID-19 outbreak. The HRA requires a Pega partner to assist in:• Maintaining and supporting current Pega applications in production, including integration/ interfacing with external and internal systems • Enhancing existing CWoW IRAS MVP application to improve user experience and prepare for UK EU transition.• Developing new Pega application for CTIMP registration and associated applicant reporting requirementsDeployments will be coordinated with EU transition timescales, other agencies (e.g. MHRA) and 3rd party suppliers consequently resources may be differently profiled over time.Work may require aligned development sprints with suppliers of interfacing systems. Exact requirement are subject to change in response to the Covid-19 outbreak HEALTH RESEARCH AUTHORITY (HRA) Maintaining Pega applications in production and enhancement of user experience Maintaining and supporting live applications: CWoW IRAS portal, on-line booking of applications and non-CWoW amendment e-submission portal and associated interfaces and integration. Development, testing and deployment into the production environment of additional functionality which may be subject to change in the light of the COVID-19 outbreak. The HRA requires a Pega partner to assist in:• Maintaining and supporting current Pega applications in production, including integration/ interfacing with external and internal systems • Enhancing existing CWoW IRAS MVP application to improve user experience and prepare for UK EU transition.• Developing new Pega application for CTIMP registration and associated applicant reporting requirementsDeployments will be coordinated with EU transition timescales, other agencies (e.g. MHRA) and 3rd party suppliers consequently resources may be differently profiled over time.Work may require aligned development sprints with suppliers of interfacing systems. Exact requirement are subject to change in response to the Covid-19 outbreak 210,000.00 GBP COGNIZANT WORLDWIDE LIMITED https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/digital-outcomes-and-specialists/opportunities/12169
119 265527663-ocds-0c46vo-0133-048674-2021-119 29/01/2021 12:00 AM 29/01/2021 Trade Law Panel Lot 1: covers advice and services in relation to the mitigation and conduct of disputes under the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and trade agreement dispute settlement mechanisms, as well as compliance with and enforcement of international law relating to trade, including but not limited to the law of WTO and trade agreements.Lot 1 is predominantly for the provision of services in the law of the WTO and trade agreement disputes as well as both international and foreign domestic law in respect of the framework’s subject matter.Suppliers appointed to this lot must provide advice and services in relation to the areas of mandatory specialism detailed in the specification for Lot 1. Lot 2 covers the provision of legal advice and services in relation to the negotiation and implementation of trade agreements and trading relationships, and compliance with and enforcement of international law relating to trade. This includes the law of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and trade agreements.Suppliers appointed to this lot must provide advice and services in relation to the areas of mandatory specialism detailed in the specification for Lot 2.Suppliers will also be required to provide subcontracting arrangements rapidly and advise on, or provide ready access to, the whole range of chapters within a Free Trade Agreement (FTA). CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE Trade Law Panel Lot 1: covers advice and services in relation to the mitigation and conduct of disputes under the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and trade agreement dispute settlement mechanisms, as well as compliance with and enforcement of international law relating to trade, including but not limited to the law of WTO and trade agreements. Lot 1 is predominantly for the provision of services in the law of the WTO and trade agreement disputes as well as both international and foreign domestic law in respect of the framework’s subject matter. Suppliers appointed to this lot must provide advice and services in relation to the areas of mandatory specialism detailed in the specification for Lot 1. 70,000,000.00 GBP DENTONS UK AND MIDDLE EAST LLP http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:048674-2021:TEXT:EN:HTML
151 419721532-ocds-0c46vo-0001-c1a9c2a6-37e8-44e9-bbc1-515d3a481c25-151 21/06/2022 03:09 PM 27/05/2021 Contract for State of the Nation Notes The Social Mobility Commission (SMC) monitors progress towards improving social mobility in the UK and promotes social mobility in England. It is an independent statutory body created by an Act of Parliament. As part of its remit the Commission is statutorily required to undertake an annual report (the 'State of the Nation' (SON)) each year. This report is part of the Commission's statutory duty to monitor UK-wide progress on social mobility each year and is required to be published by 31st March 2021. Due to the seismic events of COVID and Brexit across the whole of the United Kingdom, there have been significant impacts in terms jobs, health, incomes, education and thus of social mobility. Hence, for 2021, the SMC wanted to put more focus on the synthesis, analysis and critique of social mobility policy activity in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England - to ensure that the State of the Nation report gives significant attention to what was happening in all nations of the United Kingdom. The SMC was looking for a supplier who could fulfil the following requirements: The key objective is to produce a high-quality report, made up of statistical analysis and four nation essays, synthesising policy activity related to social mobility in the UK. We are also asking suppliers to oversee a quality assurance process of this work. Specific deliverables are: 1. Quality assurance of the SON 2021- Provide quality assurance on reports with tracked changes, advice on evidence and research and be available to meet virtually with SMC to discuss the comments and suggest developments. 2. Consult on new policy recommendations and new policy areas- Review the policy recommendations and areas outlined in the SON 2021 in relation to HE. SOCIAL MOBILITY COMMISSION 22,000.00 GBP 27/05/2021 11:00 PM 30/06/2022 10:59 PM THE UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/c1a9c2a6-37e8-44e9-bbc1-515d3a481c25
310 400640399-ocds-0c46vo-0001-45669779-52b0-45d8-98a2-3ce9ab0886f8-310 25/03/2022 04:35 PM 24/01/2023 Mental Health Support Teams in mid and south Essex This Award Notice is published in association with the voluntary ex ante transparency notice (2021/S 000-031994) published 21st December 2021 (and modified via Corrigendum (2022/S 000-002100) on 24th January 2022 to confirm a contract award has been made by NHS Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), NHS Basildon & Brentwood CCG, NHS Castle Point and Rochford CCG, NHS Southend CCG, NHS Thurrock CCG ("the CCG's) to their existing CYP MH Service Provider (NELFT) for the provision of Mental Health Support Teams (MHST) in Mid and South Essex. MHST are new services designed to support mental health and wellbeing of children and young people in and around schools and colleges. The teams were described in Transforming children and young people's mental health provision: a Green Paper and they are a key element of the ambitions set out in the NHS Long Term Plan. The CCGs are developing a multi-year trajectory and a regional plan for future MHST waves (Waves 5 , 7 and 9) from 2022 to 2024 in accordance with NHSE's "Transforming Children and Young People's Mental Health Provision Green Paper". A further six teams are being allocated to Mid and South Essex and the proposed total aggregate contract value is £6,592,347 (incl. VAT) and £5,493,622 (excl. VAT). NHSE have decided nationally to move away from the current annualised bidding process for funding relating to Mental Health Support Teams that CCG's had to undertake previously, to a multi-year approach. This was to ensure the NHS achieve at least 20-25% coverage nationally by 2023/24 in line with the proposals within the in "Transforming Children and Young People's Mental Health Provision Green Paper". Additionally, it means that the NHS can take a longer-term view ensure more equitable coverage across Regions, allowing local areas more time to plan and prepare for future waves, and supporting local systems and regions transition MHSTs to 'business as usual' in preparation for the expected continuation and expansion of roll out of MHSTs beyond 2023/24. NHSE/I's 'Delivery Support Pack' for CCG's stated in the operating principles that as part of the funding being awarded, MHSTs should be additional to, and integrated with, existing support. The CCGs were expected in their funding application to reflect how the MHST offer is integrated with the existing local offer. NHSE/I set a clear expectation that a broad coalition of partners spanning a range of education settings, local authorities including public health, the voluntary sector, Higher Education Institutions (HEI's) and local providers collaborate with CCGs in steering and supporting local implementation. In light of considerable mobilisation risks associated with any transfer of service, and the ambitious timescales mandated by NHSE/I, the CCGs decided to integrate with the CYP MH provider, who is uniquely placed to successfully deliver MHST and its future expansion programme, within the mandated timescales. Additional information: The Service to which this procurement relates fall within Schedule 3 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 as amended by as amended by The Public Procurement (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020, (the "Regulations"). As such, the Contracting Authority does not intend to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations, save those applicable to Schedule 3 Services. ATTAIN 5,493,622.00 GBP 01/01/2022 12:00 AM 31/08/2025 10:59 PM NELFT NHS FOUNDATION TRUST https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/45669779-52b0-45d8-98a2-3ce9ab0886f8
397 458139511-ocds-0c46vo-0353-DEC421648-397 15/12/2022 12:00 AM 15/12/2022 MadFox The Royal Navy, part of the UK Ministry of Defence, intends to award a 4 year contract with a value of approximately £370,000 to L3 HarrisLtd for the provision of support to the Royal Navy’s MADFOX boat, in particular general onboard systems hardware and software upgrade and modification. In accordance with regulation 4 of Defence and Security Public Procurement (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 SI No. 2019/697, this procurement falls to be regulated under the provisions of the Defence and Security Public Contracts Regulations 2011 (DSPCR 2011) as amended (in particular by SI 2019/697 and SI 2020/1450). Prior publication of a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union is no longer appropriate. It is considered that the award of the contract without prior publication of a contract notice in the UK e-notification service (as required by the relevant legislation) is lawful in accordance with regulation 16(1)(a)(ii) of the DSPCR 2011 because competition is absent for technical reasons. This is because the Contractor alone as design authority possesses the specific technological expertise and knowledge and access to relevant information including data in proprietary software to undertake the work and ensure system compatibility with existing MADFOX hardware [both aboard the MADFOX from a structure and stability, naval architecture and overall platform safety and integrity perspective and from a fleet-wide perspective] and can alone provide a safety case to meet the reasonable requirements of the MOD. [Furthermore access to physical equipment to be used in undertaking the work is exclusive to L3 and will not be available to any other supplier] MINISTRY OF DEFENCE MadFox The Royal Navy, part of the UK Ministry of Defence, intends to award a 4 year contract with a value of approximately £370,000 to L3 HarrisLtd for the provision of support to the Royal Navy’s MADFOX boat, in particular general onboard systems hardware and software upgrade and modification. In accordance with regulation 4 of Defence and Security Public Procurement (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 SI No. 2019/697, this procurement falls to be regulated under the provisions of the Defence and Security Public Contracts Regulations 2011 (DSPCR 2011) as amended (in particular by SI 2019/697 and SI 2020/1450). Prior publication of a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union is no longer appropriate. It is considered that the award of the contract without prior publication of a contract notice in the UK e-notification service (as required by the relevant legislation) is lawful in accordance with regulation 16(1)(a)(ii) of the DSPCR 2011 because competition is absent for technical reasons. This is because the Contractor alone as design authority possesses the specific technological expertise and knowledge and access to relevant information including data in proprietary software to undertake the work and ensure system compatibility with existing MADFOX hardware [both aboard the MADFOX from a structure and stability, naval architecture and overall platform safety and integrity perspective and from a fleet-wide perspective] and can alone provide a safety case to meet the reasonable requirements of the MOD. [Furthermore access to physical equipment to be used in undertaking the work is exclusive to L3 and will not be available to any other supplier] 371,676.12 GBP L3 HARRIS AUTONOMOUS SURFACE VEHICLES LTD https://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/show/search_view.aspx?ID=DEC421648
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