English Heritage has unveiled a tender, valued at between £45,000 and £60,000, for a consultancy to advice on separating its website into two distinct sites.
This comes following government proposals to change the way to English Heritage delivers its responsibilities.
Agencies have until Monday 3 March to tender, with the contract expected to last for 20 days.
This comes shortly after English Heritage appointed Bray Leino to handle direct marketing.
UPDATED: The English Heritage has told The Drum that it are looking for a consultancy to advise on website separation, not an agency to split the site. The article had been updated to reflect this.