Brexit contracts

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incremental_id combined_id release_date award_date tender_title tender_description buyer award_title award_description award_value award_currency contract_start contract_end supplier source_url
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 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). 45,000,000.00 GBP DLA PIPER UK LLP http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:048674-2021:TEXT:EN:HTML
120 283773474-ocds-0c46vo-0001-3be55eb9-266e-4dd5-8a17-7a858a31f11d-120 30/03/2021 11:23 PM 11/03/2021 Electrocardiogram (ECG) recorder devices for community and long term condition teams in mid and south Essex This is a Contract Award Notice to communicate a sub-threshold contract award made by NHS Castle Point & Rochford Clinical Commissioning Group on behalf of the Mid and South Essex CCGs (NHS Castle Point & Rochford Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Mid Essex CCG, NHS Basildon & Brentwood CCG, NHS Southend CCG, NHS Thurrock CCG) (the "CCG"), in accordance with the CCGs local Standing Financial Instructions. The contract award is made to Alivecor Limited for the provision of portable Six-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) recorder devices (KardiaMobile 6L) to community and long term condition teams in mid and South Essex. During 2020 the Kardia Alivecor 6 lead ECG device was piloted in heart failure, DCST, Older Adults, SPOR teams and the stroke hub across mid and south Essex and the pilot has demonstrated that within 30 seconds the clinician has a 6 lead PDF that can be uploaded into SystmOne, saving a considerable amount of clinical time and is far less invasive and distressing to the 12 lead ECG previously used. The pilot has realised significant benefits in terms of quality of care for patients and clinical time saved and a such the CCG is upscaling this provision for community teams in mid and south Essex. The contract period commences 30th March 2021 - 29th March 2022 with an extension of 12 months until 29th March 2023, at a total aggregate contract value is £186,300 (inclusive VAT). 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 186,300.00 GBP 30/03/2021 12:00 AM 29/03/2022 12:00 AM ALIVECOR LIMITED https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/3be55eb9-266e-4dd5-8a17-7a858a31f11d
119 283773476-ocds-0c46vo-0001-38613e16-b939-4b55-b7eb-3d1a58dcc645-119 30/03/2021 11:10 PM 11/03/2021 Exercise bikes and videos for care homes in mid and south Essex This is a Contract Award Notice to communicate a sub-threshold contract award made by NHS Castle Point & Rochford Clinical Commissioning Group on behalf of the Mid and South Essex CCGs (NHS Castle Point & Rochford Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Mid Essex CCG, NHS Basildon & Brentwood CCG, NHS Southend CCG, NHS Thurrock CCG) (the "CCG"), in accordance with the CCGs local Standing Financial Instructions. The contract award is made to Motitech UK Ltd for the provision of pre-programmed laptops, Motiview main licenses and exercise bikes for use in care homes in mid and south Essex, aimed to stimulate older people and people with dementia to be more physically and cognitively active. By using the exercise bike, video and sound, the users can take cycle trips through familiar surroundings and childhood memories, creating positive benefits such as: -Improved mobility and self-efficacy -Reminiscence and social interaction -Better strength and balance, preventing falls -Faster rehabilitation -Increased appetite -Supporting healthy weight management -Better sleep, less pain and less medication -Improves physical and mental wellbeing -Supports preventative care in terms of preventing injuries such as hip fracture and has a positive impact on low mood. The contract period commences 25th March 2021 to 24th March 2023 with an extension of up to 12 months until 24th March 2024, at a total aggregate contract value is £136,008 (inclusive VAT). 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 136,008.00 GBP 25/03/2021 12:00 AM 24/03/2023 12:00 AM MOTITECH UK LTD https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/38613e16-b939-4b55-b7eb-3d1a58dcc645
25 225262219-ocds-0c46vo-0001-d9e5c99b-0e4d-4d1a-b526-5c46009dba1a-25 04/09/2020 01:07 PM 01/09/2020 Continuity Negotiations Trade Legal Support The Department for International Trade (DIT) has overall responsibility for developing, coordinating and delivering new trade and investment policy for the UK, including preparing for and then negotiating Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) and market access deals with non-EU countries. This contract is for the provision of external legal support and advice to facilitate the securing of continuity agreements to replicate the effects of existing EU trade agreements with trading partners. DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE See description of related tender 3,000,000.00 GBP 02/09/2020 12:00 AM 01/09/2021 12:00 AM CLIFFORD CHANCE LLP https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/d9e5c99b-0e4d-4d1a-b526-5c46009dba1a
149 327819159-ocds-0c46vo-0463-018126-2021_018126-2021-149 29/07/2021 04:35 PM 29/07/2021 Framework Agreement for a Single Multi-trade Principal Contractor (Maintenance, minor works & refurbishments projects) The Framework Agreement seeks to appoint a “single” Principal Contractor to deliver various building trades under one multi-trade agreement for call off by the University. The requirements covers a wide and diverse range of work activities. These activities can be ordered either singularly or in multiples and include: - Reactive and planned maintenance activities including an out of hours call out service for the trades\services noted above. - Minor works and refurbishment projects up to a value of 500,000 GBP per project. UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING MARSHALL CONSTRUCTION LIMITED https://www.find-tender.service.gov.uk/Notice/018126-2021
33 257882325-ocds-0c46vo-0001-0d307099-b0b8-4e60-bd6f-04994fa0d7ad-33 05/01/2021 10:35 AM 30/09/2020 NSDR Operational Readiness Testing DHSC Continuity of Supply, End of EU Exit Transition Period. National Supply Disruption Response Operational Readiness Testing ATAMIS LTD See description of related tender 23,900.00 GBP 01/10/2020 12:00 AM 31/12/2020 12:00 AM DELOITTE LLP https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/0d307099-b0b8-4e60-bd6f-04994fa0d7ad
34 262179109-ocds-0c46vo-0001-bfd8a1ff-4389-4839-a46d-827dbd53e21d-34 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
146 296359656-ocds-0c46vo-0463-009721-2021_009721-2021-146 05/05/2021 03:34 PM 05/05/2021 The Supply, Delivery, Installation and Maintenance of a Positron Emission Tomography Imaging System Medicines Discovery Catapult (MDC) are a national facility for collaborative R&D exploring and developing new approaches to the discovery and proof of well targeted medicines, diagnostics and biomarkers. Funded by Innovate UK, an agency of the UK government, MDC are an independent not-for-profit company bringing together a fragmented UK sector of industry, academia, charities, technologists, services, finance companies, SMEs and start-ups who together can turn good science into new, high value products. By sharing problems, rare expertise and assets we support the growth of this new community through a time of radical business and national change. This Invitation to Tender (ITT) has been issued by MDC for the supply, delivery, installation and maintenance of a Positron Emission Tomography Imaging System (PET Imaging System) to MDC at their premises at Alderley Park in Cheshire. This ITT is in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The Contract Notice has been advertised in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union and on Contracts Finder. The process is being conducted under the EU Procurement Directive’s Open Procedure. Tenders shall remain open for acceptance by MDC for one (1) year from the Tender deadline date. The purchase of the PET imaging system shall include delivery, installation, training and a one (1) year comprehensive on-site reactive warranty. After the expiry of the one (1) year warranty a three (3) year comprehensive on-site reactive maintenance package will commence. The Supplier shall ensure they have measures in place to ensure the fulfilment of the contract in the event of any developments from Britain’s exit from the European Union (BREXIT). The Tenderer must state in their Tender Submission if there are any concerns with the Tenderer fulfilling its obligations under the contract due to BREXIT. The costs quoted in the Pricing Schedule appendix 2 must include the costs to serve associated with the administration and management of the Contract including but not limited to; all costs associated with BREXIT, and all the points in this document, the MDC Contract appendix 1 and the Specification appendix 3. The Tender is for the supply, delivery and installation of PET imaging System, which shall include suitable training of MDC employees and a one (1) year comprehensive on-site warranty which shall start once the goods have been installed to the full satisfaction of MDC. The Contract shall also include a three (3) year comprehensive on-site maintenance package. Please see the MDC Contract appendix 1 and the Specification appendix 3 for the full scope of the Contract. The purchase of the PET imaging System is subject to the approval of MDC funders as such the Tenderer accept and acknowledge that by issuing this Tender MDC shall not be bound to accept any Tender and reserves the right not to conclude a Contract for the Supply, Delivery, Installation and Maintenance of Positron Emission Tomography Imaging System for which Tenders are invited. Tender Submissions shall be based on the MDC Contract appendix 1. MEDICINES DISCOVERY CATAPULT SOUTHERN SCIENTIFIC LTD. https://www.find-tender.service.gov.uk/Notice/009721-2021
139 310891255-ocds-0c46vo-0133-298334-2021-139 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
143 324697061-ocds-0c46vo-0001-5e94ca0b-a6d6-4f91-9d34-642b35ca8e9d-143 20/07/2021 02:13 PM 20/07/2021 BSH/HGW/ Planters for Bristol Streetspace programme BCC is seeking to procure 31 planters through the supplier Taylor Made Planters Ltd. With supply and lead-in uncertainties around Brexit and the pandemic, and multiple proposed schemes and iterations of schemes in the Bristol Streetspace programme requiring planters, securing multiple supply avenues of urban realm materials gives us flexibility to implement and trial in the required timescales. BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL See description of related tender 11,594.00 GBP 02/08/2021 12:00 AM 31/08/2021 12:00 AM TAYLOR MADE PLANTERS LTD https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/5e94ca0b-a6d6-4f91-9d34-642b35ca8e9d
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