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Education Authority (EA) Pre-market engagement for Commercial Catering Cooking and Holding Equipment It is the intention of the Education Authority to host pre-market engagement meetings on Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 April 2021 via MS Teams or Zoom for Commercial Catering Cooking and Holding Equipment (namely Boiling Pans, Bain Maries, Hot Cupboards, Heated Trolleys, Hot and Cold Food Display Units and Food Transport Equipment). Should you wish to participate you must email catering.procure@eani.org.uk with the subject CAT-20-006 Supplier Event no later than 12.00 on Friday 23 April 2021. Your email should include the names of the representatives wishing to attend, the name of your organisation and a brief summary of the products your organisation is interested in supplying. Appointments will be allocated according to availability after the cut-off date. Please note that spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Suppliers will be informed of the final arrangements prior to any pre-market engagement meeting. Please note the date is subject to change and we reserve the right to arrange alternative engagement meetings with suppliers if required. All future tender documentation will be made available via the http://etendersni.gov.uk website and potential tenderers should register on this website to ensure they have access to the tender documentation when the tender is published. This pre-market engagement meeting is for information purposes only. Any interest shown does not constitute a commitment to participate in a procurement exercise. Failure to show interest does not restrict providers from participating in any future procurement exercise. 08/04/2021
Education Authority - Supplier Information Session — Education Technology Services (ETS Programme) The Education Authority (EA) is responsible for ensuring high-quality education services are available to meet the needs of pupils and for ensuring the provision of efficient and effective youth services. The EA has established a Programme of Work (Education Technology Services - ETS) to support delivery of both EA’s and the Department of Education's (DE) corporate objectives. ETS will focus on aligning current services, where synergies can be achieved, and providing a digital platform to support areas of defined need. ETS will continue to deliver replacement services, such as those underpinned by the Education Network Northern Ireland - EN(ni) contract – for the acquisition and ongoing provision of the necessary technology infrastructure; curriculum content; management information services; and other technology related services to schools - but also the other wide-ranging information systems that EA provides including (but not limited to) the Education Management System (EMS); admissions; Special Educational Need (SEN); school transport; school meals; music service; community use of schools; and substitute teachers register. Previous market sounding events were undertaken in Belfast in 2019 and these forthcoming information sessions are designed to update the market on decisions and activities undertaken since then (in regard to the agreed procurement route, timescales and changes to the requirements). The ETS Programme will soon be procuring solutions and services to meet these objectives. EA would like to invite you to an information session to provide more detail. To register please visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ets-market-information-session-tickets-148911734005 Please see attachment for additional information. 01/04/2021 ETS PME.PDF
PLASTIC REDUCTION ACTION PLAN IN THE NICS ESTATE The delivery of a plan to reduce unnecessary single-use plastics (SUP) from within the government estate. (Defined as central government estate offices except laboratories. Other public bodies and the wider public sector will be asked to establish similar schemes) The plan developed by DoF and DAERA focuses mainly on the categories of catering, packaging, facilities and office supplies, working towards a ban by October 2021. Departments will work with their suppliers to replace existing SUP items/materials/activities with non-SUP alternatives in both existing and new contracts. Please see attached copy of plan for further details. 01/04/2021 Single-Use Plastic Reduction Action Plan for the Government Estate.docx
Donegal County Council - Greenway Construction Construction of a Greenway in Muff, Co. Donegal. Approximately 2.3km long comprising of site clearance, drainage, utilities, paving, fencing, public lighting, signs and lines, and a bicycle shelter. Please see attached document for link to further information. 31/03/2021 Donegal Co Council - Muff Greenway.docx
Louth Co Co PEACE IV Dundalk War Memorial The delivery of a permanent World War 1 Memorial, commemorating the 310 men from Co Louth who lost their lives in WW1. It is proposed to develop the site at The Crescent, Dundalk. Please see attached document for further details. 09/03/2021 Louth Co Council 09-03-21.docx
InterTradeIreland Online Meet the Buyer Event in partnership with NI Water 24th March 2021 InterTradeIreland, in partnership with Northern Ireland Water, want to ensure suppliers continue to connect and stay informed about upcoming NI Water opportunities. We have therefore teamed up once again to virtually deliver our very popular Meet the Buyer event on 24th March 2021. With over £100million worth of NI Water contracts due to be tendered in 2021, this event is your opportunity to make game-changing connections with NI Water Category and Contract managers and their Tier-1 Suppliers. Please see attached document for further information. 03/03/2021 NI Water Event 2021.docx
RFT 185443 - Arney River Phase 2 - IVA5058/4 - Riparian works along the bank of the Arney River Inland Fisheries Ireland wishes to hire a suitably qualified contractor to complete the works as outlined below. A. To erect fencing along both banks of the Arney at specified areas . The overall approximate distance of fencing will be 7500m (approx. 3250m on each bank). Fencing/stiles/gate installation to be completed. B. To plant tree saplings (approx. 500 no. saplings) between fence and river C. To install 30 no. livestock drinkers (plastic), laid on hard core material and connected to water supply (mains or solar pumps). Supply, bury and connect water pipe to drinkers. Water piping for drinkers accumulates to approximately 3400m. D. To install 4 no. solar pumps, laid on concrete base adjacent to watercourse. E. To Install 2 no. pasture pumps. For further information and to access the tender documentation, please click on the attached link. 26/02/2021 Link 26.02.21.doc
Education Authority - PRELIMINARY MARKET CONSULATION QUESTIONNAIRE - CLASSROOM FURNITURE The NI Education Authority (EA) is currently preparing to initiate a procurement process to award a Framework for the supply and delivery of Furniture for School Classrooms for an initial period of two years followed by two further optional extension periods of up to twelve months each. The potential scale and scope of this is such that it offers a significant opportunity to bidders. The EA wish to carry out pre-market engagement with interested suppliers to investigate the current market capabilities and gain knowledge about existing and future products which will assist the tender panel with the development of the tender documentation. Please see attached document for further information. 16/02/2021 Prior Information Notice - Classroom Furniture.pdf
NHSCT - Market Engagement - Provision of Adolescent Support Services The Northern Health and Social Care Trust (NHSCT) wishes to inform the market off its intention to conduct a review of the Provision of Adolescent Support Services in the NHSCT. It is, therefore, proposing to host a market engagement discussion with organisations who have an interest in this type of service where the NHSCT will welcome organisations’ views and comments. The NHSCTs intends to host the market engagement discussion on Monday 15th March 2021 at 11.30am. Should you wish to participate please e-mail joanne.martin@northerntrust.hscni.net no later than 3.00pm Thursday 11 March 2021. Please indicate on your email - 1. organisation name, 2. brief description of services provided, 3. name and designation of attendees. Zoom link details will be forwarded thereafter. This market engagement discussion meeting is for information purposes only. The NHSCT looks forward to seeing you on the 15th. 08/02/2021
Education Authority pre-market engagement for the Supply and Delivery of Fresh Fish for delivery to School Meals Kitchens The Education Authority wishes to establish a framework for the Supply and Delivery of Fresh Fish for delivery to School Meals Kitchens throughout Northern Ireland. It is our intention to host pre-market engagement meetings on 18 and 19 February 2021 via MS Teams or Zoom to discuss requirements. Should you wish to participate you must email catering.procure@eani.org.uk with the subject CAT-20-005 Supplier Event no later than 12.00 on Friday 12 February 2021. Your email should include the names of the representatives wishing to attend, the name of your organisation and a brief summary of the products your organisation is interested in supplying. Appointments will be allocated according to availability after the cut-off date. Please note that the appointments are limited and will be on a first come first served basis. Suppliers will be informed of the final arrangements prior to any pre-market engagement meeting. Please note the date is subject to change and we reserve the right to arrange alternative engagement meetings with suppliers if required. All future tender documentation will be made available via the http://etendersni.gov.uk website and potential tenderers should register on this website to ensure they have access to the tender documentation when the tender is published. This pre-market engagement meeting is for information purposes only. Any interest shown does not constitute a commitment to participate in a procurement exercise. Failure to show interest does not restrict providers from participating in any future procurement exercise. 05/02/2021 EA Prior Information Notice published 04.02.21.pdf