Services - 235760-2019

21/05/2019    S97    Services - Additional information - Open procedure 

United Kingdom-Coleraine: Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

2019/S 097-235760

Corrigendum

Notice for changes or additional information

Services

(Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union, 2019/S 093-224972)

Legal Basis:

Directive 2014/24/EU

Section I: Contracting authority/entity

I.1)Name and addresses
Official name: University of Ulster
Postal address: Block X Room X031, Cromore Road
Town: Coleraine
NUTS code: UKN0
Postal code: BT52 1SA
Country: United Kingdom
E-mail: m.sharples@ulster.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 2870124227

Internet address(es):

Main address: www.ulster.ac.uk

Section II: Object

II.1)Scope of the procurement
II.1.1)Title:

Graphic Design, Content Production and Campaign Management Framework

II.1.2)Main CPV code
79000000
II.1.3)Type of contract
Services
II.1.4)Short description:

The University is seeking to establish an agreement with a number of creative agency partners to help support the delivery of on-brand communications that bring cohesion across the University’s complex structure, clearly communicates its cores values and unique proposition and successfully engages key internal and external stakeholders.

This campaign planning, management and design service is for multiple university projects, which can vary in size and scope depending on business area and geographic location. Design and content production for print and digital outputs as well as campaign planning, management and evaluation will be required from the successfully appointed agencies.

Section VI: Complementary information

VI.5)Date of dispatch of this notice:
15/05/2019
VI.6)Original notice reference
Notice number in the OJ S: 2019/S 093-224972

Section VII: Changes

VII.1)Information to be changed or added
VII.1.2)Text to be corrected in the original notice
Section number: II.1.4)
Place of text to be modified: Short description:
Instead of:

The requirement is for an online academic writing and literacy support service. The service should be equitably available to all Ulster students and will allow students to avail of both synchronous and asynchronous academic writing and literacy support. The service must connect students with adequately trained support providers to give Ulster confidence that the service is suitable for a UK Higher Education context. A quality assurance process must be in place to ensure that service levels are consistent and maintained.

Technically, the service must be a proven hosted and managed solution in a scalable environment with the ability to enhance capacity when necessary. The system must be integrated with existing VLE systems in the University, currently blackboard learn. The service should be capable of integrating, through standards based methods, with other VLE solutions.

Read:

The University is seeking to establish an agreement with a number of creative agency partners to help support the delivery of on-brand communications that bring cohesion across the University’s complex structure, clearly communicates its cores values and unique proposition and successfully engages key internal and external stakeholders. Our aim is to produce market-leading communications informed by best practice from within and outside the higher education sector.

This campaign planning, management and design service is for multiple university projects, which can vary in size and scope depending on business area and geographic location. Design and content production for print and digital outputs as well as campaign planning, management and evaluation will be required from the successfully appointed agencies.

Section number: II.2.4)
Place of text to be modified: Description of the procurement:
Instead of:

The requirement is for an online academic writing and literacy support service. The service should be equitably available to all Ulster students and will allow students to avail of both synchronous and asynchronous academic writing and literacy support. The service must connect students with adequately trained support providers to give Ulster confidence that the service is suitable for a UK Higher Education context. A quality assurance process must be in place to ensure that service levels are consistent and maintained.

Technically, the service must be a proven hosted and managed solution in a scalable environment with the ability to enhance capacity when necessary. The system must be integrated with existing VLE systems in the University, currently blackboard learn. The service should be capable of integrating, through standards based methods, with other VLE solutions.

Read:

The University is seeking to establish an agreement with a number of creative agency partners to help support the delivery of on-brand communications that bring cohesion across the University’s complex structure, clearly communicates its cores values and unique proposition and successfully engages key internal and external stakeholders. Our aim is to produce market-leading communications informed by best practice from within and outside the higher education sector.

This campaign planning, management and design service is for multiple university projects, which can vary in size and scope depending on business area and geographic location. Design and content production for print and digital outputs as well as campaign planning, management and evaluation will be required from the successfully appointed agencies.

The University employs its own creative services team and those suppliers appointed on this framework will be to support this team. The team includes graphic designers, multi-media designers, videographers, photographers and printing facilities. The services provided under this contract will be to support this team.

Successful suppliers will be required to work across various departments and business areas to deliver a comprehensive graphic design service, through all stages from initial concept (where required) to production-ready format. They will also be required to be involved in the planning and optimisation of campaign delivery.

VII.2)Other additional information: