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  • RM1043.8-1-Software Development of Maritime Experimentation Lab (MarExLab)

    Defence Science and Technology Laboratory

    South East England

    Value: £350000 - £1000000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    Dstl requires a software developer to: 1) To assist in developing and maintaining an existing Synthetic Environment and required simulation components. 2) Enhance and maintain the Combat Management System (CMS) Emulator linked to the Simulation Engine by developing operator GUI outputs to display maritime CMS-like information, consisting mainly of low fidelity sensor detection information, and controls 3) Work with internal and external teams for undertaking experiments using the SE 4) Generate progress and technical reports of all development work 5) Maintain a log of bug fixes 6) Support the architecture and interoperability of the capability using open interfaces such as DIS and DDS protocols to allow operation with other SEs or datalinks.

  • HMCTS Renters Reform and Possessions Implementation Project

    Ministry Of Justice

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: £12000000 - £16000000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    HMCTS requires a flexible, outcome based Managed Service, meeting outcomes to timescales, budget, and government service standards, delivering digital services to users of the Courts &amp; Tribunals Justice system including design, development, and initial testing of services. This work is specifically envisaged for the Property &amp; Possession Services, which are two jurisdictions within HMCTS, initially but may cover other areas of the HMCTS digital development delivery if applicable. Services are envisaged to include a staged transition into business as usual as projects complete. Currently the Project has a small rainbow design and development teams undertaking pre-discovery with each specialising in their individual area of service.

  • Workforce Training Survey Platform Discovery NHS England

    HEALTH EDUCATION ENGLAND

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: up to £80000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    Please see summary of work.doc

  • RM1043.8-1-Government Legal Department Legal Practice Management Alpha Phase

    Government Legal Department

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: £750000 - £950000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Open

    Delivery of the alpha phase of a project to replace GLD’s existing case management system with a new legal practice management system for use across GLD.

  • C1000707 ServiceNow Managed Services and Development Work

    GOVERNMENT PROPERTY AGENCY

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: £0 - £1000000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    The provider will facilitate GPAs ambitious plans to grow the use of ServiceNow and the Platform. To provide: 1. A Managed Service for GPA’s ServiceNow Platform, which includes the following components (BAU): -Incident Management -Request Management -Change Request Management -Enhancements -User Management -Report and Dashboard Management -System Configuration, Clone and General Maintenance Compliance 2. A Development Service to configure larger Projects - outside of the Managed Service; that is outside of Request and Change Management, and normally involves a major change in the System Configuration or is generally outside of the Managed Service contract. GPA have built a pipeline of Projects that will be included in this programme of Development (but not an exhaustive list: -User Interface Upgrade for Customer Service Portal Extending Employee Centre Pro (EC Pro) offerings to include IT requests from Corporate Service and Corporate Systems -Change Management (Front Door) -Risk and Audit Management (IRM) -IT Service Management (ITSM) -Integrations to the GPA’s other core systems and partners to allow for a seamless transfer of information For continuity of Service, one successful bidder will be awarded one contract which will include two elements: 1. ServiceNow managed service (Fixed price for contract duration 18 months) 2. ServiceNow development work (Time and Materials for individual Statement of Works)

  • RM1043.8-1-DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE - FINGERTIPS NEXT

    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: up to £1800000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Open

    Provide development services to enhance the Digital Development Team delivering a cloud native data platform for external dashboarding within DHSC, initially this will be a replacement for the existing Fingertips platform, however long term this product will be used for wider reporting with DHSC and partner organisations. The application is a .NET Core, NextJS application hosted within Azure making use of cloud technologies. Scope of the work is to augment the existing team with teams of developers, testers, design and project support who are capable of delivering high-quality designs,code and documentation within timelines The application will be building a replacement for https://fingertips.phe.org.uk which is aging and in need of renovation. This project will be to deliver the initial MVP phase of the project showcasing the benefits of moving to a cloud environment; automation and performance improvements over the current site. Whilst enhancing the end user experience targeting a wider audience as requested by the CMO who wishes to make the platform accessible to the general public. Although Fingertips is currently publically accessible, it is primarily used by statisticians and analysts across local authorities. Final requirements are currently being defined within DHSC.

  • Software Assurance FY2425

    Defence Science and Technology Laboratory

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: £400000 - £600000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Open

    The software product is a set of middleware services, interfaces, standards and architectures for the deployment and management of software and gateware (i.e. FPGA bitstreams) applications, allowing them to be executed on a variety of hardware. It also provides the ability to orchestrate multiple applications together (potentially on different platforms) as a coherent 'application bundle'. The software product provides: • Interfaces describing how users interact with the systems, • Standards for security, hardware descriptions, data exchange and configuration, • Architectures describing how The software product can be implemented. The standard describes the component parts of the software product, how those parts interface and the mechanism by which external systems would use or control a software product instance. The software product standard covers the following aspects: 1. Application Packaging 2. System Security and User Authorisation 3. Hardware Interfacing and Abstraction 4. Internal Messaging 5. External Control 6. Resource Provisioning 7. Fault Recovery Dstl has also developed an implementation of the software product standard which is composed of the following services: • Gatekeeper - is the first software to start; its role is to provide oversight of the software product applications and provide feedback in the event of non-recoverable errors. • Core Services - a number of services that provide the core functionality of the software product. These include a message broker, logging, data store, configuration store, session management, APIs and management UI. • Application Management - services that support the installation, running and stopping of an application bundle on the system. Applications may run natively on the system or in containers. The implementation also includes a documented developer application programming interface (API) with examples for use with C/C++, Python 3.4+ and Rust. The software product Dstl has developed the software product middleware up to Technology Readiness Level (TRL) 6 and is now working to raise it to TRL 8 / 9. Part of this process is to have the code base, engineering artefacts and development processes independently reviewed to assess the quality of the work and to identify any potential improvements needed before the software is deployed

  • Prototype for building and testing Interoperability with Digital Pound and existing and future Payment Systems

    BANK OF ENGLAND

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: £150000 - £250000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    Bank of England requires a generic and extensible prototype to demonstrate how interoperability could work between a potential Digital Pound and existing and future payment networks, whilst protecting user privacy. This will be using an FPS scheme simulation as the first example of an external payments interface.

  • RM1043.8-1-DSIT - BDUK Transformation Delivery Partner

    Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

    North West England, London, No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : cancelled

    BDUK is responsible for delivering superfast broadband and mobile coverage across the UK. So, there is a need to utilise a variety of data and digital solutions to manage crucial projects like the Gigabit Programme and the Voucher Scheme, facilitating access to broadband for residents. These digital tools require ongoing maintenance, support, and development to function effectively. The summary of work pertains to support to manages these solutions such Evaluation App, data ingestion on core data services for Gigabit Infrastructure Subsidy, Urban Vouchers, Data Backbone, etc. To provide draw-down resource for these services and digital projects which ensures continued functionality and avoids disruption to critical services.

  • Defra Cloud Centre of Excellence - Cloud Infrastructure Engineering and M365 Administration Support

    DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS

    North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    "The Cloud Centre of Excellence in Defra manage the hosting and infrastructure for 2 Cloud providers (Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure) supporting over 100 digital services from those in development phase through to those in live support. As part of the Defra cloud first strategy there is a growing demand to move more services to the cloud, both existing migrations and the development of new Services, which will continue to expand the support demand from the infrastructure and hosting perspective. Defra are looking for a supplier who can fully support Production environments in the public clouds adhering to an ITIL service delivery model. In additional to the live support CCOE is looking for a supplier than can provide cloud engineering capability to deliver allocated development builds or rehosting of existing cloud workloads (alongside an inhouse team). Delivered using Agile methodology and CICD principles and aligned to existing patterns and standards the supplier would be required to develop pipelines to promote builds through development pipelines and into the target live environment. The chosen supplier will also assist us in developing best practice around active and efficient stewardship and management of environments as well as developing our existing automation through innovation. CCOE also supports utilisation of M365 product suite such as power platform, dynamics, teams, Entra ID and SharePoint, the supplier needs to take on the Management and administration of the live service including incident resolution and problem solving. Configuration engineering to support development projects and impacting and assuring evergreen changes to Defra's Microsoft 365 estate. Administration would be aligned to RBAC assigned roles in accordance with Microsoft best practice and access management and managed in line with ITIL. The chosen supplier must be able to show a track record of managing enterprise scale hosting platforms in line with full service management processes aligned to industry best practices. This includes the ability to provide 24/7 support for the services included above. On both the cloud engineering and M365 administration the supplier would be expected to work in a way that enhances and delivers innovation and automation looking to minimise manual activity and maximise the customer journey for those engaging with these services. "

  • RM1043.8-1-West of England Combined Authority - Data Warehouse

    West of England Combined Authority

    South West England

    Value: up to £92000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Open

    In our Employment &amp; Skills Service, our goal is to improve data reliability and enable more advanced data analysis to support the monitoring of operational outcomes and inform commissioning decisions proactively, as outlined in this proposed data processing warehouse project. The current data processing procedures are excessively time-consuming and heavily reliant on manual interventions, a situation that will only worsen as the Service continues to expand. The proposed data system should be flexible enough to easily scale up the data function as the Service grows, in line with the implementation of later enhanced devolution agreements. The data processing requirements involve extracting data from various projects and sources (APIs, SharePoint, Web portals etc), including a combination of databases and spreadsheets that require importation. Specifically, three additional projects depend on an existing CRM named Lamplight, now necessitating replication through Microsoft Power Apps or a comparable Microsoft architecture solution. Additionally, the data processing warehouse is tasked with importing publicly available data, including but not limited to sources such as the Office for National Statistics, IfATE Occupational Maps, and Department for Work and Pensions Data. As part of the development, it is crucial to draft data-sharing agreements where required. The Service is shifting towards a programme management reporting style, with a preference for PowerBI dashboards to showcase performance outputs and outcomes. These dashboards serve two distinct functions. Firstly, they report outcomes at a Head of Service level, providing high-level insights for the Head of Service and Directors to gain an overview of project performance across the Service. Secondly, the dashboards need to offer more granular reporting for project managers, enabling them to assess project performance against each output/outcome. Additionally, these dashboards should include a PDF printable function for broader sharing. A separate dashboard is necessary for relationship managers to view performance categorised by the RAG (Red, Amber, Green) rating system. The data warehousing project should also include a report-building functionality, empowering managers to create customised reports using accessible and easy to use processes, such as being able to export custom subsets of data to csv/spreadsheet ready for Power BI ingestion. Furthermore, the warehouse should have the capability to layer map data using map visuals in PowerBI. These maps should integrate internal and external data to illustrate, for instance, areas of deprivation and provision, facilitating proactive commissioning decisions. Access to the dashboards should be regulated through secure user access technologies, for example Microsoft single sign on (SSO). Each user account should be trusted and assigned to appropriate security groups, ensuring restricted access to databases, datasets, apps, &amp; dashboards based on roles. Senior managers should have access to the entire system, project managers can only access their respective projects, and relationship managers are provided with a general overview of all providers' performance. External user access from the Unitary Authorities (UA) should also be considered and made technically possible for future implementation. The Employment and Skills Service (formerly People and Skills Service) is currently facing increased complexity, higher financial investment, and expanded scope. Consequently, this has resulted in a heightened level of responsibility towards the residents within the region, along with elevated expectations from external stakeholders, including government departments interested in quantifiable impact. We envisage timescales for the data solution will be up to three months for the build, with one month of testing and final tweaks, before the system is rolled out across the Service.

  • RM1043.8-1-LEEDS COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST-PATIENT INFORMATION HUB

    LEEDS COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    Development and delivery of the website, with individual areas for each of our Trust services. Provision of training and equipping us with the tools to self-manage going forward, providing us expert advice and guidance on the best way of delivering our requirements.

  • PS/24/22 Provision of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform Engineering Service

    Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency

    Wales

    Value: up to £5000000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    PLease see attached document 'Summary of Work'

  • RM1043.8-1-DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE - BETTER HEALTH MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT

    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: up to £2800000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    We require a supplier to work with us on the next phase of work on NHS Better Health programme and the supporting digital tools and apps. In compliance with GDS Digital Service Standard we are seeking a supplier to support continual improvement and maintenance of the existing portfolio. The supplier will be responsible for the end-to-end user experience and evolution of the design system, delivering improvements to existing features and establishing new ones; user testing and validation of these features; development, QA and ensuring compatability against WCAG 2.2 AA accessibility standards; the maintenance of those services in terms of bug fixing and remaining compliant with app store policies. In addition to the above, there are three core areas of interest: 1. Advancing the product visions and roadmaps so we continue to remain relevant and meet changing business and user needs 2. Maintaining and improving our data and analytics capabilities across the digial portfolio (both app and web) in order to measure the impact of those services on changing and supporting behaviour change, as well providing insights for campaign performance and evaluation 3. Take forward a programme of work to further integrate our services into the wider NHS health ecosystem via NHS login, estabishing personalised features and experiences where a user need can be supported. All proposed solutions should support health inequality priorities, building to meet the need of applicable audiences. For more information please read: https://publichealthmatters.blog.gov.uk/category/priority2/health-inequalities-priority2/

  • Operations Infrastructure Group (OIG) Portfolio - User Centred Design Services

    Department For Education

    North East England, Yorkshire and the Humber, West Midlands, London

    Value: £0 - £13000000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    The Operations Infrastructure Group (OIG) Portfolio is currently made up of four separate programmes of work. Get Help Buying for Schools: To support all schools to plan and buy efficiently and get best value when they procure, so that school budgets efficiently fund the best possible educational outcomes for all pupils. Measurable financial savings for schools is the primary KPI for this programme of work. Schools Technology Services: Aims to help schools get the best out of their technology, by increasing their digital maturity, and giving them support to plan, implement and use technology independently. Schools Account: Reducing workload burdens on school leaders and school business professionals spent engaging with DfE requirements and data returns by improving navigation to DfE support, services, data collections and other requirements, signposting them to what they need at the right time. Sustainability and Education Estates Digital Services: Supporting successful billion-pound construction projects and programmes as one of the UK’s largest construction clients and enabling multiple application cycles to provide funding to schools and FE colleges with the greatest need. This includes maintaining the condition of existing school buildings and identifying new needs by gathering data/ evidence. Digital and data are crucial for enabling the portfolio’s work. The portfolio has projects in all phases of the lifecycle – from discovery to live. New projects might also include policy lab and design sprints. We work closely with school leaders and business professionals, local authorities, policy, commercial , education estates and other areas of DfE. This contract is to provide User Centred Design services for the above programmes, new programmes that may join the portfolio and additional DfE requirements where necessary.

  • HMCTS Renters Reform and Possessions Implementation Project QA &amp; Architecture Services

    Ministry Of Justice

    London, No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: up to £5000000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    HMCTS requires a flexible, outcome based Managed Service, meeting outcomes to timescales, budget, and government service standards, delivering digital services to users of the Courts &amp; Tribunals Justice system including design and quality assurance services. This work is specifically envisaged for the Property &amp; Possession Services, which are two jurisdictions within HMCTS, initially, but may cover other areas of the HMCTS digital development delivery if applicable. Services are envisaged to include a staged transition into business as usual as projects complete. Currently the Project has a small rainbow design and development teams undertaking pre-discovery with each specialising in their individual area of service .

  • Back-office Planning System (BoPS): Software Development and Product Operations

    BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNCIL

    No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: up to £1100000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    BOPS (back-office planning system) is a user-centred application handling and document management system for local authority planning teams. It centralises the key functions needed to assess and determine a planning application into one system. Additionally, it is designed around a best-practice workflow that planning officers from multiple councils have contributed to and tested over several years. It provides council planning departments with back-office management and transactional functions using an easily navigational database. BOPS is one of three digital planning products developed under the umbrella of Open Digital Planning (ODP), a community made up of council officers, content writers, developers, and research experts from over 70 local councils, digital agencies, and central government. ODP-affiliated councils are signatories of The Local Digital Declaration which is a shared ambition for the future of local public services initiated by DLUHC, the Government Digital Service (GDS), and local authority bodies from across the UK. It commits to design services that best meets the needs of citizens, challenges the technology market to offer the flexible tools and services we need, protects citizens’ privacy and security, demonstrate digital leadership in creating genuine organisational transformation, embed a culture of openness and collaboration, and aims to deliver better value for money. A high-level ambition of ODP products can be encapsulated in the ‘Planning for the future’ White Paper published by DLUHC in August 2020. It states - ‘For all types of planning applications regardless of the category of land, we want to see a much more streamlined and digitally enabled end to end process which is proportionate to the scale and nature of the development proposed, to ensure decisions are made faster. The well-established time limits of eight or 13 weeks for determining an application from validation to decision should be a firm deadline – not an aspiration which can be got around through extensions of time as routinely happens now. To achieve this, we propose: • the greater digitalisation of the application process to make it easier for applicants, especially those proposing smaller developments, to have certainty when they apply and engage with local planning authorities. In particular, the validation of applications should be integrated with the submission of the application so that the right information is provided at the start of the process. For Spending Review, the Government will prepare a specific, investable proposal for modernising planning systems in local government. • a new, more modular, software landscape to encourage digital innovation and provide access to underlying data. This will help automate routine processes, such as knowing whether new applications are within the rules, which will support faster and more certain decision-making. We will work with tech companies and local planning authorities to modernise the software used for -managing a planning application to improve the -experience for those applying and reduce the errors and costs currently experienced by planning authorities.’ BOPS receives applications as data from Open Digital Planning Application services built using Plan X (formerly known as RIPA - Reducing Invalid Planning Applications), also conceived in 2019. As of 2024, the Digital Site Notice and Planning Register project have been included in the ODP product list. Both BOPS and Plan X are funded by DLUHC Local Digital Fund. In March 2022 BC led the procurement process to appoint a supplier that has been tasked with the delivery of the service under a two-year contract with a 6-month extension that is due to expire at the end of September 2024, with £3m. of funding. In November 2023 the team consisting of BC, Southwark Council and Lambeth Council won a bid for BOPS top-up funding of further £2m to continue developing the product and bring it into the prop-tech market. This workflow would be split into product development, product operations and route-to-market. The product has so far been developed into Public Beta for processing Lawful Development Certificates, householder planning approvals, and full householder planning applications which makes up most of the volume of planning applications received by local authorities. Minor application functionality is currently in progress, and integrations with Planning Portal, Digital Site Notices and Planning Register are planned to be delivered in 2024. The detailed roadmap for the product can be found under the following link: https://trello.com/b/2oYAAId7/bops-roadmap While commercial options remain open, the direction of travel is towards the SaaS model. The overall approach to this project has been through agile and centred methodologies, cross-authority collaboration, and transparent communication. The service is to commence on September 30th 2024 with a 6 week mobilisation period.

  • Strategic Data Transformation Programme - User Centred Design Services

    Department For Education

    North East England, North West England, Yorkshire and the Humber, East Midlands, West Midlands, London, South East England

    Value: £0 - £2500000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    The Department for Education is on a data journey under the umbrella of Strategic Data Transformation Programme. This programme seeks to deliver data transformation through a number of projects. These projects include, but are not limited to: - Modernising Our Reporting Environment - Education Estates - Bringing information together - Sector Facing Data Capability Modernising Our Reporting Environment: To deliver a more efficient and automated data reporting and modelling service that co-ordinates with wider DfE data strategy on technology and data architecture to benefit the user needs across all DfE sector and internal requirements. Education Estates: Upon completion of the exercise to map the data, systems, and datasets across Education Estates, a series of outcomes will likely result. Initial indications suggest the following work will be needed to be done : - Data Dictionary Resource: The data dictionary work is currently being completed in-house; however, processes will need to be created for Change Management, along with Strict Standards for future development.  - Integration Across Siloed Data: Improvements required to structures and systems Bringing Information Together: The DfE wants to better understand the impact of policy and delivery decisions on children in education and care sectors. Through architectural improvement, Bringing Information Together aims to reduce data collation burden, improving the completeness and accuracy of data and allowing decisions to be made on live (or near real-time) data. It will create opportunities to use AI and predictive analytics, driving more informed, efficient and consistent decision making. Longer term, the project will pave the way for further data integration, enabling richer analytics and more available reporting. Sector facing data capability and standards: Continue refining our draft conceptual architectural data model for the schools sector. This includes improving the depth of the draft sector data model based on schools sector and industry insight, and alignment with relevant DfE data models and guidance. Additionally, exploring and drafting example data standards for a small number of use cases that could be used for feedback from the schools sector and related tech industry This contract is to provide User Centred Design services for the above programmes, new programmes that may join the portfolio and additional DfE requirements where necessary.

  • DWP Mobile Services - Mobile Device Management Evaluation

    Department For Work and Pensions

    North West England

    Value: up to £65000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awarded

    You will be working as part of an internal multidisciplinary Mobility product team to support the evaluation and procurement of strategic MDM solution for DWP. You will help to extract and document DWP requirements, evaluation criteria, assist with evaluation of potential candidates and make recommendation while working in collaboration with DWP Mobile Services team and leadership. You will bring to team your technical expertise, practical experience and knowledge to produce insights that focuses on improving the user experience, enhance security and provide value for money for the product.

  • DHSC: WIST: IT Technical Support

    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

    Yorkshire and the Humber, London, No specific location (for example they can work remotely)

    Value: up to £2000000

    <span style="font-weight: 400;">Access teams of 1 or more digital specialists who will provide outcome-based services under clearly defined pieces of work.</span>

    Closed : awaiting outcome

    This procurement is required to ensure the successful delivery of the Department’s IT Technology strategy and required Business-as-Usual (BAU) outcomes The identified programmes of work are detailed in Tab 1 -Work Packages. As such, it is anticipated that this expertise, advice and capability be utilised under this procurement against the Outcomes set out in Tab 1. For stage 2 of the procurement the remaining suppliers will be required to break down their prices on a phased usage basis: - Information management expertise Project and Programme management controls Business Analysis Technical and architecture Design Testing UAT/System Digital Communication specialisms Service Design/Delivery/Transition Licensing Application Packaging Networks specialisms These would be delivered to achieve the Outcomes. They would be able to advise Civil Servants on best practice, as well as contributing to the creation of documented procedures.