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106 269413651-ocds-0c46vo-0133-075997-2021-106 12/02/2021 12:00 AM 12/02/2021 Economic Markets Foresight Analysis The North East Local Enterprise Partnership (North East LEP) is committed to creating competitive advantage and improving productivity for the North East region by developing and realising the potential of its strengths and assets in relation to changing global markets (emergent industries, sectors, and cross-sector technologies and other capabilities).Global economic, technological, social, environmental, political and legal drivers of change and global trends have accelerated industrial, economic and social shifts across the world in recent years. In addition to the longterm market changes which are being inculcated in response to drivers such as climate and demographic change and the longer-term disruption that is anticipated by EU transition, the pace of change has rapidly increased during 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.There is now a discernable rethinking of the roles of localisation and internationalisation of economic activity and this is affecting the structure of global value chains and the roles and economies of places. Economic growth is faltering. Climate change concerns are keenly felt. There has been significant and accelerated change in the adoption of digital technologies, in health and wellness. Attitudes and individual behaviours have shifted with respect of working and social activities.We believe that these and other changes bring significant opportunities for innovation and growth in North East England's economy. Preparation and action for such opportunities require us to:• understand how well the region’s industries, research assets and technologies are positioned in relation to new or nascent market opportunities that emerge from these drivers;• identify key actions and approaches to innovation and transformation that should be deployed in order to maximise the economic prospects arising from emergent market opportunities;• consider the potential role of the wider regional eco-system in supporting transformation with respect of these opportunities.The North East LEP wishes to appoint an appropriately qualified contractor to undertake an independent Economic Markets Foresight Analysis in the context of the North East LEP region of North East England, UK.The project is focused on the evolution of the North East LEP economy in the context of changing global markets and trends. It will probe deeply into how the global drivers of change and future trends will dominate the national and international economies and to examine how our region can prosper from innovation and economic activity in the associated new or nascent markets.The project will be used by the North East LEP to understand further, and as far as possible within time and budget constraints, which industrial or economic markets to prioritise in the short, medium and longer-term, how to realise such growth opportunities, and the critical threats that could be avoided through action in the present. NORTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL Economic Markets Foresight Analysis The North East Local Enterprise Partnership (North East LEP) is committed to creating competitive advantage and improving productivity for the North East region by developing and realising the potential of its strengths and assets in relation to changing global markets (emergent industries, sectors, and cross-sector technologies and other capabilities).Global economic, technological, social, environmental, political and legal drivers of change and global trends have accelerated industrial, economic and social shifts across the world in recent years. In addition to the longterm market changes which are being inculcated in response to drivers such as climate and demographic change and the longer-term disruption that is anticipated by EU transition, the pace of change has rapidly increased during 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.There is now a discernable rethinking of the roles of localisation and internationalisation of economic activity and this is affecting the structure of global value chains and the roles and economies of places. Economic growth is faltering. Climate change concerns are keenly felt. There has been significant and accelerated change in the adoption of digital technologies, in health and wellness. Attitudes and individual behaviours have shifted with respect of working and social activities.We believe that these and other changes bring significant opportunities for innovation and growth in North East England's economy. Preparation and action for such opportunities require us to:• understand how well the region’s industries, research assets and technologies are positioned in relation to new or nascent market opportunities that emerge from these drivers;• identify key actions and approaches to innovation and transformation that should be deployed in order to maximise the economic prospects arising from emergent market opportunities;• consider the potential role of the wider regional eco-system in supporting transformation with respect of these opportunities.The North East LEP wishes to appoint an appropriately qualified contractor to undertake an independent Economic Markets Foresight Analysis in the context of the North East LEP region of North East England, UK.The project is focused on the evolution of the North East LEP economy in the context of changing global markets and trends. It will probe deeply into how the global drivers of change and future trends will dominate the national and international economies and to examine how our region can prosper from innovation and economic activity in the associated new or nascent markets.The project will be used by the North East LEP to understand further, and as far as possible within time and budget constraints, which industrial or economic markets to prioritise in the short, medium and longer-term, how to realise such growth opportunities, and the critical threats that could be avoided through action in the present. http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:075997-2021:TEXT:EN:HTML
131 311754903-ocds-0c46vo-0001-e3da02a4-09ad-412b-8bd9-adc99ba3a7f8-131 17/06/2021 11:25 AM 27/05/2021 Consultancy provision to implement telehealth equipment in care homes supporting remote care initiatives across mid and south Essex This is a Contract Award Notice to communicate a contract award made under the Crown Commercial Services G Cloud 12 Framework, by NHS Castle Point & Rochford Clinical Commissioning Group (the "CCG") as lead commissioner on behalf of the Mid and South Essex Clinical Commissioning Groups: NHS Mid Essex CCG, NHS Basildon & Brentwood CCG, NHS Southend CCG, NHS Thurrock CCG. The contract award is made to Seymour John Solution Delivery for the provision the implementation and utilisation of telehealth equipment in care homes to support remote care initiatives across mid and south Essex, from 10th May 2021 to 9th July 2021, at a total cost of £87,500 plus VAT (£105,000 as advertised in this Award Notice). The CCG is publishing this Contract Award Notice in the Contracts Finder in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended by The Public Procurement (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020) for spend above £25,000. ATTAIN See description of related tender 105,000.00 GBP 10/05/2021 12:00 AM 09/07/2021 12:00 AM SEYMOUR JOHN SOLUTIONS DESIGN https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/e3da02a4-09ad-412b-8bd9-adc99ba3a7f8
133 306933421-ocds-0c46vo-0133-283529-2021-133 04/06/2021 12:00 AM 04/06/2021 Peer Networks – Cohort Delivery Framework Peer Networks is a national initiative that will be delivered locally through the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) network and local Growth Hubs. The Business Hub will be delivering this service in Greater Manchester.The programme invites leaders and senior managers from the SME business community who meet the eligibility criteria below to participate in a local peer network that will meet regularly over several months.Service SpecificationCohort size: Circa 11 owners/managersNumber of sessions: 9 virtual sessions by video conference of two hours each per cohort, led by a trained facilitator, or alternatively, 6 sessions of three hours eachIndividual support: Each participant will also receive 1 hr of dedicated one to one engagement with the facilitator to determine what additional support they need.Additional in-depth support will be provided by referral to the Business Growth Hub, for further support i.e. through account management/coaching/mentoring or specialist advice. Participants will then receive a minimum of 3 ½ hours of individual support per participant..Frequency of sessions: Fortnightly typically but can be varied, providing cohorts finish no later than the end of March 21.Topic selection: participants will determine what subjects will be discussed, but we anticipate these may include:Finance; HR; sales and marketing; adjusting to social distancing; business model innovation; change management; embedding formal management processes and systems; digital (incl adoption and implementation of technology, cyber security); use of data to drive value in the business; EU transition; Net zero.The first wave of Cohorts will need to be completed by the end of March 2021The value of activity under this framework up to 31 March 2021 is expected to be in the region of GBP 300 000. Including any extension periods, the total framework will not exceed a maximum of GBP 1 200 000 (excluding VAT).Each complete cohort of support has been budgeted to cost between GBP 7 000 and GBP 10 000 (excluding VAT) and a maximum of 2 Cohorts will be award to a supplier each Cohort wave. GM BUSINESS SUPPORT LTD Peer Networks – Cohort Delivery Framework Peer Networks is a national initiative that will be delivered locally through the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) network and local Growth Hubs. The Business Hub will be delivering this service in Greater Manchester.The programme invites leaders and senior managers from the SME business community who meet the eligibility criteria below to participate in a local peer network that will meet regularly over several months.Service SpecificationCohort size: Circa 11 owners/managersNumber of sessions: 9 virtual sessions by video conference of two hours each per cohort, led by a trained facilitator, or alternatively, 6 sessions of three hours eachIndividual support: Each participant will also receive 1 hr of dedicated one to one engagement with the facilitator to determine what additional support they need.Additional in-depth support will be provided by referral to the Business Growth Hub, for further support i.e. through account management/coaching/mentoring or specialist advice. Participants will then receive a minimum of 3 ½ hours of individual support per participant..Frequency of sessions: Fortnightly typically but can be varied, providing cohorts finish no later than the end of March 21.Topic selection: participants will determine what subjects will be discussed, but we anticipate these may include:Finance; HR; sales and marketing; adjusting to social distancing; business model innovation; change management; embedding formal management processes and systems; digital (incl adoption and implementation of technology, cyber security); use of data to drive value in the business; EU transition; Net zero.The first wave of Cohorts will need to be completed by the end of March 2021The value of activity under this framework up to 31 March 2021 is expected to be in the region of GBP 300 000. Including any extension periods, the total framework will not exceed a maximum of GBP 1 200 000 (excluding VAT).Each complete cohort of support has been budgeted to cost between GBP 7 000 and GBP 10 000 (excluding VAT) and a maximum of 2 Cohorts will be award to a supplier each Cohort wave. 1,200,000.00 GBP OSTRO FAYRE SHARE FOUNDATION https://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:283529-2021:TEXT:EN:HTML
132 306938106-ocds-0c46vo-0001-fd445bb5-9497-4747-b791-8700c25aeff1-132 04/06/2021 03:38 PM 03/06/2021 Spirometry Competency Service This is a Contract Award Notice to communicate a contract award by NHS North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (the "CCG"). The contract award is made to Ranworth Surgery for the provision of a Spirometry Competency Service, from 28th June 2021 to 24th June 2022. The contract value for the 12 month contract is £52,000. The CCG is publishing this Contract Award Notice in the Contracts Finder in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended by The Public Procurement (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020) for spend above £25,000. The Services in scope of this Contract Award Notice fall within social and other specific services within the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended by The Public Procurement (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020) , but the total contract value does not exceed the current threshold of £663,540. ATTAIN See description of related tender 52,000.00 GBP 28/06/2021 12:00 AM 24/06/2022 12:00 AM RANWORTH SURGERY https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/fd445bb5-9497-4747-b791-8700c25aeff1
27 230062311-ocds-0c46vo-0133-448036-2020-27 23/09/2020 12:00 AM 23/09/2020 Professional Services to JBC Direct award using the Home Office EU Exit framework. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE Professional Services to JBC Direct award using the Home Office EU Exit framework. 1,800,000.00 GBP ERNST AND YOUNG LLP http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:448036-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
135 310891255-ocds-0c46vo-0133-298334-2021-135 14/06/2021 12:00 AM 14/06/2021 GEN_20_28 The Provision of Legal Services: Constitutional and Public Law and Local Public Audit Law Legal Advice relating to the C&AG/NAO’s constitutional position and statutory powers – including but not limited to:— interpretation of C&AG/NAO's existing powers and responsibilities (for example: financial audit; value for money examinations and Comptroller function),— proposed/draft legislation impacting on C&AG/NAO's powers and responsibilities (both UK and devolved legislation),— relationship between the C&AG, the NAO and Parliament,— C&AG's discretion and independence,— C&AG as an Officer of the House of Commons,— parliamentary privilege.• advice relating to existing and draft legislation of relevance to the C&AG/NAO's operational and audit activities - including but not limited to:— application and compliance with statutory regimes (for example: freedom of information; environmental information regulations; subject access requests; data protection; money laundering; judicial review; equality and inclusion),— interpretation and guidance regarding the implications of public law matters for the C&AG/NAO's work (for example: commercial sensitivity; national security; confidentiality; tax law; defamation and discovery; legal privilege and sub-judice questions; EU exit, EU law; devolution and Covid19 related matters). • Legal advice Including but not limited to:— supporting and advising on matters relating to the C&AG’s Code of Audit Practice and guidance to local auditors,— providing guidance and advice on all aspects of the local public audit regime in England,— assisting the NAO in responding to queries from audit firms and other correspondents on the interpretation of public law, audit law and the legal framework applicable to local public bodies,— advising on anticipated/actual changes in relevant primary and secondary legislation and regulations, including any implications of EU exit, devolution and Covid-19. NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE GEN_20_28 The Provision of Legal Services: Constitutional and Public Law and Local Public Audit Law • Legal advice Including but not limited to: — supporting and advising on matters relating to the C&AG’s Code of Audit Practice and guidance to local auditors, — providing guidance and advice on all aspects of the local public audit regime in England, — assisting the NAO in responding to queries from audit firms and other correspondents on the interpretation of public law, audit law and the legal framework applicable to local public bodies, — advising on anticipated/actual changes in relevant primary and secondary legislation and regulations, including any implications of EU exit, devolution and Covid-19. 345,000.00 GBP BATES WELLS https://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:298334-2021:TEXT:EN:HTML
33 236943637-ocds-0c46vo-0001-bd81de4d-429e-4de1-b02f-530b17d05600-33 20/10/2020 02:19 PM 02/10/2020 HMRC EU TRANSITION LEGAL SERVICES Agreement for the provision of external legal advice to supplement the HMRC internal legal teams' capacity and professional expertise for EU Transition implementation. H M REVENUE & CUSTOMS See description of related tender 500,000.00 GBP 05/10/2020 12:00 AM 04/10/2021 12:00 AM EVERSHEDS SUTHERLAND (INTERNATIONAL) LLP https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/bd81de4d-429e-4de1-b02f-530b17d05600
32 262179109-ocds-0c46vo-0001-bfd8a1ff-4389-4839-a46d-827dbd53e21d-32 18/01/2021 01:33 PM 02/10/2020 Provision of Consultancy for Support on Readiness Dashboard Requirement to support EU Transition Task Force in relation to on Readiness Dashboard CABINET OFFICE : CABINET OFFICE See description of related tender 2,000,000.00 GBP 05/10/2020 12:00 AM 29/01/2021 12:00 AM NEWTON EUROPE LIMITED https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/bfd8a1ff-4389-4839-a46d-827dbd53e21d
72 253887517-ocds-0c46vo-0133-634359-2020-72 24/12/2020 12:00 AM 24/12/2020 DAC 132/20 Portal Industrial Staff — Seal Checks For these checks to take place at GB Ports prior to goods moving to NI to ensure the free flow of freight traffic and avoid congestion. Staff need to be in place by mid-December and given these extremely tight timescales DAERA cannot now facilitate competitive procurement procedures and it is in the public interest that staff are urgently put in place to conduct these checks as they are critical to ensure uninterrupted supply of food and goods to NI post EU Exit on 1 January 2021. A Direct Award Contract (DAC) is therefore required to deliver these services at Cairnryan Port for one year from award.The value is below the EU threshold for Schedule Three Services and therefore the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 do not apply. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT AND RURAL AFFAIRS NI DAC 132/20 Portal Industrial Staff — Seal Checks For these checks to take place at GB Ports prior to goods moving to NI to ensure the free flow of freight traffic and avoid congestion. Staff need to be in place by mid-December and given these extremely tight timescales DAERA cannot now facilitate competitive procurement procedures and it is in the public interest that staff are urgently put in place to conduct these checks as they are critical to ensure uninterrupted supply of food and goods to NI post EU Exit on 1 January 2021. A Direct Award Contract (DAC) is therefore required to deliver these services at Cairnryan Port for one year from award.The value is below the EU threshold for Schedule Three Services and therefore the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 do not apply. 236,361.50 GBP G4S http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:634359-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
134 310891255-ocds-0c46vo-0133-298334-2021-134 14/06/2021 12:00 AM 14/06/2021 GEN_20_28 The Provision of Legal Services: Constitutional and Public Law and Local Public Audit Law Legal Advice relating to the C&AG/NAO’s constitutional position and statutory powers – including but not limited to:— interpretation of C&AG/NAO's existing powers and responsibilities (for example: financial audit; value for money examinations and Comptroller function),— proposed/draft legislation impacting on C&AG/NAO's powers and responsibilities (both UK and devolved legislation),— relationship between the C&AG, the NAO and Parliament,— C&AG's discretion and independence,— C&AG as an Officer of the House of Commons,— parliamentary privilege.• advice relating to existing and draft legislation of relevance to the C&AG/NAO's operational and audit activities - including but not limited to:— application and compliance with statutory regimes (for example: freedom of information; environmental information regulations; subject access requests; data protection; money laundering; judicial review; equality and inclusion),— interpretation and guidance regarding the implications of public law matters for the C&AG/NAO's work (for example: commercial sensitivity; national security; confidentiality; tax law; defamation and discovery; legal privilege and sub-judice questions; EU exit, EU law; devolution and Covid19 related matters). • Legal advice Including but not limited to:— supporting and advising on matters relating to the C&AG’s Code of Audit Practice and guidance to local auditors,— providing guidance and advice on all aspects of the local public audit regime in England,— assisting the NAO in responding to queries from audit firms and other correspondents on the interpretation of public law, audit law and the legal framework applicable to local public bodies,— advising on anticipated/actual changes in relevant primary and secondary legislation and regulations, including any implications of EU exit, devolution and Covid-19. NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE GEN_20_28 The Provision of Legal Services: Constitutional and Public Law and Local Public Audit Law Legal Advice relating to the C&AG/NAO’s constitutional position and statutory powers – including but not limited to: — interpretation of C&AG/NAO's existing powers and responsibilities (for example: financial audit; value for money examinations and Comptroller function), — proposed/draft legislation impacting on C&AG/NAO's powers and responsibilities (both UK and devolved legislation), — relationship between the C&AG, the NAO and Parliament, — C&AG's discretion and independence, — C&AG as an Officer of the House of Commons, — parliamentary privilege. • advice relating to existing and draft legislation of relevance to the C&AG/NAO's operational and audit activities - including but not limited to: — application and compliance with statutory regimes (for example: freedom of information; environmental information regulations; subject access requests; data protection; money laundering; judicial review; equality and inclusion), — interpretation and guidance regarding the implications of public law matters for the C&AG/NAO's work (for example: commercial sensitivity; national security; confidentiality; tax law; defamation and discovery; legal privilege and sub-judice questions; EU exit, EU law; devolution and Covid19 related matters). 1,510,000.00 GBP BDB PITMANS https://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:298334-2021:TEXT:EN:HTML
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