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PR19064 Groundwater Surface Geophysical Services to support Project Monitoring and Research Activities The UK Research and Innovation (The Natural Environment Research Council – British Geological Survey) invites tender applications for the provision of Groundwater Surface Geophysical Services to support Project Monitoring and Research Activities at selected locations across the border areas of the island of Ireland. This work is part of the CatchmentCare project. The CatchmentCARE project is being funded through the European Union's INTERREG VA Programme, which is managed by the Special EU Programme's Body. Please see document attached for further information. 02/09/2019 UK Research and Innovation - PR19064 Groundwater Surface Geophysics.docx
InterTradeIreland - Local Government Supplier Engagement Event InterTradeIreland, together with the Local Government Management Agency (LGMA) are hosting a Supplier Engagement event focusing on Local government procurement opportunities in greater Dublin and surrounding areas. Local government in Ireland manage contracts which support and maintain civic amenities and community services. This is your opportunity to engage with the relevant people on the ground in councils to help inform future contracting approaches, market requirements and service delivery models. Please see attached Flyer for further details of this free event. 27/08/2019 Digital flyer 27.08.19.pdf
NIHE No Fines External Wall Insulation and Associated Works 2020-23 Meet the Buyer Event The Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) has a number of upcoming opportunities for contractors to provide No Fines External Wall Insulation and Associated Works to a number of NIHE properties across all three NIHE regions. These works are part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Investment for Growth and Jobs Programme for Northern Ireland 2014-2020. In order to inform the market of the upcoming opportunities, NIHE will host a Meet the Buyer event on Monday 9th September at 2pm in Room 10, Twickenham House Ballymena. See attachment for further details. 23/08/2019 Meet the Buyer Event Information 09-09-2019.docx
Analyse and Report Responses to a Public Consultation on Revisions to Conditions of Recognition The requirement is for the analysis of responses to a public consultation on our proposals to revise Conditions of Recognition to include two reports (full analysis and summary report of a publishable standard) and a presentation of the findings. This is a joint consultation across three regulators, namely Qualifications Wales, CCEA Regulation and Ofqual. Qualifications Wales is the contracting authority. CCEA Regulation and Ofqual are publishing this opportunity on their respective contract portals however the process will be managed by Qualifications Wales via Sell2Wales. 09/08/2019 Link 09.08.19.doc
CPD Supplier Engagement Event – 24th September 2019 If you work in a micro or small enterprise and want to find out how to compete for government contracts, then you are welcome to our supplier event in Guildhall in Derry/Londonderry. Supplier organisations attending will each be allocated a 15 minute slot with a procurement advisor to discuss opportunities and ask questions. See attached document for further details. 08/08/2019 Information Leaflet - CPD Supplier Engagement Event - Sept 2019.pdf
PaLS - Pre Market Engagement - Primary Care Talking Therapies The Procurement and Logistics Service (PaLS) on behalf of the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust (BHSCT) wish to carry out a market engagement event with Providers interested in delivering a Primary Care Talking Therapies service in the BHSCT. The purpose of the engagement is to investigate the current market capabilities, gain service knowledge, assist the Contract Adjudication Group (CAG) with the development of the tender documentation, ensure existing and future requirements are met and provide procurement awareness for Providers. For further details and information on how to register your interest in this event please download the PIN notice attached 01/08/2019 2019-OJS145-358292-en-ts PIN.pdf
9/031 - Louth County Council PEACE IV - Good relations Initiative The development and coordination of a targeted project – Good Relations Initiative. The project will work to create opportunities and supports for minority groups to become active members of local networking and decision making bodies in County Louth 31/07/2019 Link 31.07.19 (2).doc
19/030 - Louth County Council PEACE IV - The development of a Training Programme - Leading the Way The development and coordination of a training programme – Leading the Way. A training programme for 80 civic leaders to increase their understanding and appreciations of other cultures and communities, to build positive relations. 31/07/2019 Link 31.07.19.doc
LCC 19/027 - Louth County Council PEACE IV - Adapting Aftermath Archives The development and coordination of a Youth Project – Adapting Aftermath Archives, a follow on from the PEACE III project Aftermath. See appendix 5. This is an informal educational programme in collaboration with a Young Person’s Advisory Group (YPAG). The project will engage 110 12-18 year olds from a range of community backgrounds. There will be a youth centred approach to the programmes design and delivery aimed at educating young people from both sides of the border about conflict, its legacy and transition to peace. 29/07/2019 Link 29.07.19 (2).doc
LCC 19/026 - Louth County Council PEACE IV - Community Capacity Building Project The development and coordination of a targeted project – Community Capacity Building Project. A targeted project aimed at youth and adult participants, including families of political ex-prisoners who encompass the majority of the target groups within the PEACE IV programme. 29/07/2019 Link 29.07.19.doc