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BSO - Market Engagement - Regional Blood Production and Tracking Solution Blood Production and Tracking covers a range of activities that exist within Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (HSCNI) that provide safe and effective blood donation and transfusion services whilst compliant to stringent regulatory guidelines. Services include donation management, sessions and clinics, blood testing and production, supply and distribution and finally patient transfusion. Business Service Organisation – Information Technology Services (BSO ITS), in collaboration with Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion Service and Health and Social Care (HSC) Trusts, is exploring options for implementing a solution applicable to the provision of a Blood Production and Tracking (BPaT) service provided by or on behalf of HSC Trusts across NI, to enable the digital modernisation of its existing and aging systems. See attachment for further details. 15/01/2020 Regional Blood Production and Tracking PIN.pdf
UCD - Provision of Electronic Signage for EU SWIM Project The System for Bathing Water Quality Monitoring (SWIM) project aims to develop a system for the prediction of bathing water quality and install real time electronic signage. This innovative project will enable short-term pollution to be predicted and the information disseminated to the public though a range of media channels, including an app, web updates and electronic signage at beaches. This will serve to help protect public health, significantly improve communication to members of the public, and in doing so contribute to the promotion of tourism. The SWIM project is funded under the INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). University College Dublin is the lead partner and the Northern Irish project partners are Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute and Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful. To date one electronic sign has been installed at each of the nine SWIM beaches. See www.swimproject.eu for further information on the SWIM project and the location of the SWIM beaches. Additional electronic signage is now to be installed at each of the nine SWIM beaches. This document constitutes an invitation to tender for the provision and delivery of 22 electronic signs for the SWIM beaches in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The signs are to be delivered to the relevant councils before the end of April 2020. Further information is available in the attached document. 13/01/2020 Link Doc 13-01-20.docx
Geological Survey Ireland - A Multi-Supplier Framework for the Provision of Groundwater Monitoring Borehole Drilling Works for CatchmentCARE Project Contractors appointed to the Framework will provide groundwater monitoring well drilling and associated well cleaning works for up to 50 groundwater monitoring boreholes in the border counties in Northern Ireland and Ireland. Works will be focused in three main catchments: River Blackwater, River Arney and River Finn, as well as River Derg see Document 3 Appendix A. The Scope of Works comprises drilling, well cleaning (‘development’) and completion, acquisition of samples, and associated ancillary works. All Works shall be carried out with regard to EPA Advice Note No.14 and the idealised groundwater monitoring boreholes illustrated in Document 3 Appendix H. The scope of work includes the following key activities: 1) Drilling, well cleaning (‘development’) and completion of groundwater monitoring boreholes, for the purposes of determining aquifer geology, aquifer properties, measuring groundwater levels and acquiring groundwater samples. 2) Construction of groundwater monitoring stations. These works are being undertaken as part of the CatchmentCARE Project. The project is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). Please see attached document for link details 09/01/2020 etenders link RFT 163556.doc
Tourism Ireland - TENDER FOR LEGAL SERVICES TO THE CEO PENSION COMMITTEE OF THE NORTH/SOUTH PENSION SCHEME Please note that the above tender opportunity has been published on www.etenders.gov.ie Please go to www.etenders.gov.ie for details. 17/12/2019
Donegal County Council - North West Greenway Network – Lifford The Lifford North West Greenway, will generally consist of: • Widening and upgrading of 2.5km of existing footpaths, along both sides of the N14 and N15 National Roads and R-264 Regional road. • 1500m2(approx) of surfacing of sections of National and Regional roads • Upgrade of the existing signalised crossing point on the N15 National Road • Construction of new retaining wall structure • Minor amendments to Church and School parking facilities • Provision of additional public lighting • Road markings and traffic signage • Landscaping. The Lifford Greenway forms part of the North West Greenway Network project- a project which is funded to the scale of €14.85 million by INTERREG VA, administered by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) to develop a network of 46.5km of greenway, walking and cycling routes in the North West region by December 2021. More information on the project can be found here: www.nwgreenway.com See attached document for further information. 04/12/2019 etenders Link 04-12-19.docx
Louth County Council PEACE IV - Adapting Aftermath Archives 19/053 -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. Please click the link for further details 04/12/2019 Link 04.12.19.doc
Louth County Council PEACE IV - 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. The proposal will address the capacity of local communities to develop, implement and sustain their own solutions to problems in a way that helps them shape their physical, social, economic and cultural environments. The proposed activity must be meaningful, purposeful and sustained providing opportunities for participants to build and enhance their knowledge and skills, learning from each other and adapting to change. 02/12/2019 Link 02.12.19.doc
HSCB - Elective Care Procedures and Diagnostic Services Pseudo Dynamic Purchasing System Market Engagement Event The Health and Social Care Board (HSCB) are seeking to commission Independent Sector Providers to provide elective care services on behalf of HSC. A market engagement event will be held on Monday 16th December 2019 commencing at 14.00 to end at approximately 16.00 in the Mid-Ulster area. This event will be used as a means to engage with the market, discuss the procurement plan and envisaged timelines in advance of any formal procurement process. Please see attached document for further information. 02/12/2019 Elective Care PIN.pdf
Louth County Council PEACE IV - 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. Please see attached link for further details. 21/11/2019 Link 21.11.19.doc
BSO PaLS Pre-market Engagement for the Supply of electricity and Natural Gas Supply of Electricity and Natural Gas. It is intended to set up a Dynamic Purchasing System from which contracts will be awarded for the supply of electricity and natural gas on behalf of Health and Social Care (HSC) Northern Ireland. This includes all six Health and Social Care Trusts, Health and Social Care Board, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service and Business Services Organisation. Please see attached document for further information. 20/11/2019 2019-OJS223-546276-en.pdf