Digital Transformation

Scottish Government compiles app and web development framework


By The Drum Team | Staff Writer

November 22, 2010 | 3 min read

The Scottish Government has compiled a supplier framework for the provision of web applications, web development and associated services.

The framework has been divided into seven lots; Technical Architecture, Application & Web Development, Geographic Information Systems, Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence, Testing, Deployment and Support of Legacy Systems.

Over the potential four-year contract length, the framework will aim to allow.

The Framework will allow for the procurement of specific business applications. With an emphasis on Information Technology development projects or those with a significant technical dimension and is not expected to be used by central Government for communications or marketing purposes.

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The overall value is estimated to be £8-£17 million, which is likely to create savings of £3.2 to £6.8 million over the maximum four year Framework period.

With 21 agencies appointed, nine of which are SMEs.

A spokesperson for the Scottish Government, commented “We welcome the outcome of this tender exercise, which will provide significantly improved value for money in terms of applications and web development services for Scottish Government and collaborative partners.”

One of the appointed agencies is CIVIC, which will work alongside Logica, User Vision, Rapid Mobile and Company Net as part of a consortium.

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