This is the latest instalment of an exclusive series analysing the UK’s biggest public sector tech deals. Every week, in partnership with data analysis firm Tussell, we drill down into the most valuable tenders and awards from the last seven days. Here’s what we found this week…
Prior information notices
The housing developer Thirteen has unveiled plans to procure a range of cyber security services, including end-to-end cyber incident response assistance and a cyber threat intelligence programme. “We are looking to work in collaboration with a company that will understand not only the risks to Thirteen as an organisation but to the housing sector as a whole,” it said. The bid deadline is 21 May.
|Contracting Authority||Contract Title||Date Published||Bid Deadline||Framework||Tender Value (High)|
|Department for Transport||NLA Media Licences||29/4/19||–||N||–|
|The Thirteen Group||Cyber Security Services||30/4/19||21/5/19||N||–|
|NHS England||Prison Healthcare Digital Tool||30/4/19||–||N||–|
|Leeds Trinity University||Website Design / UX Workstream: Preliminary Market Consultation||30/4/19||16/5/19||N||–|
|Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead||Content Management System, Customer Relationship Management System and Electronic Forms Solution||3/5/19||14/5/19||N||–|
One of the biggest tender of the week comes from the Scottish Government, which is launching a single supplier framework for the provision of server and infrastructure maintenance services. The deadline for applications is 29 May and the framework is worth up to £5m.
|Authority||Contract Title||Date Published||Bid Deadline||Framework||Tender Value (High)|
|Crown Commercial Service||G-Cloud 11||29/4/19||14/5/19||Y||£1.95bn|
|Transport for London||Reseller and Associated Services Framework Agreement||3/5/19||28/5/19||Y||£160m|
|Hampshire County Council||Children’s Social Care IT Solution Tender 2019||29/4/19||28/5/19||Y||£10m|
|Scottish Government||Server and Infrastructure Maintenance||30/4/19||29/5/19||Y||£5m|
|Greater Manchester Police||Mobile Tech Refresh for Samsung S9 Mobile Phones and Gear 4 Battersea Cases||3/5/19||28/5/19||N||£3.35m|
HCL won one of the largest contracts published last week: a £41m deal to supply the University of Manchester with end-user computing services. “This will include the implementation of Windows 10, Office 365 (exchange/home drives) and virtualisation,” the notice states. “The University is also seeking to modernise and rationalise the End User Computing services to increase efficiency and reduce operating costs.” The contract was awarded at the end of April. An end date has not been specified.
|Contracting Authority||Supplier||Contract Title||Date Awarded||Framework||Value|
|Financial Conduct Authority||Fujitsu Services Holdings PLC||VDI Services and Upgrade to Exadata Database Machine||1/4/19||N||£160m|
|The University of Manchester||HCL Great Britain Limited||End User Computing Services||25/4/19||N||£41m|
|Crown Commercial Service||Multiple Suppliers||eSourcing Platform||12/2/19||Y||£10m|
|Bristol City Council||Microsoft Limited||Bristol City Council Future State Assessment Delivery Partner||25/4/19||N||£9.6m|
|Public Health England||Trustmarque Solutions Limited||PHE – ITC – MS Windows 10 and Office licensing and support (CCS)||26/3/19||N||£5.8m|