Government Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning Framework
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office supporting the Cabinet Office Shared Service strategy intends to create a framework for the provision of Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) development, delivery and support services aligned to the Government ICT strategy for all Central Government Departments and their supporting Arm’s Length Bodies and Agencies. Details for registering interest below.
UK-London: IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support
Prior information notice
Section I: Contracting authority
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
King Charles Street
For the attention of: Andrew Dinsley
SW1A 2AH London
Telephone: +44 2070081196
General address of the contracting authority: www.gov.uk/government/organisations/foreign-commonwealth-office
Further information can be obtained from: The above mentioned contact point(s)
Other: Public Procurement
Section II.B: Object of the contract (Supplies or services)
NUTS code UK
The total ERP service may be disaggregated in to service elements, and these elements may be procured or delivered separately, according to individual authority requirements, including for example core service integration & management, hosting and tooling, service desk, IT information security support, Service transition planning & support, service knowledge management, service/provider assurance, Service validation & testing, Transformation Design & Change services relating to ERP.
The intention is to have a contract that is divided into a number of single supplier lots, such as:
1) Application Managed Services (AMS) (including care & maintenance of legacy systems);
2) Implementation (including design and build);
3) Infrastructure with hosting options (including development and operation);
5) Business change;
6) Management information provision (including Business Intelligence and Enterprise Data Warehouse)
Estimated cost excluding VAT:
Range: between 250 000 000 and 750 000 000 GBP
Although the potential lot descriptions have been included in this document, suppliers should be aware that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office may change both the scope and the structure of the framework as a result of market and customer engagement. Foreign and Commonwealth Office cannot guarantee that a call for competition will definitely take place.
All potential value figures stated in this document are estimates.
The Contracting Authority intends to hold a supplier event on Monday 11.2.2013 at Intellect UK, Russell Square House, 10-12 Russell Square, London WC1B 5EE. Suppliers interested in attending should register using the email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Government Procurement Service, due to space limitations, may limit the number of attendees. If so, a record of the event will be made available to all interested parties on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and/or Government Procurement Service web site.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section VI: Complementary information
Please register your interest in this opportunity by attending the event and register via the email address: email@example.com
The Cabinet Office and Foreign and Commonwealth Office overall priority for this framework is to provide procurement savings for the UK Public Sector as a whole and specifically to deliver centralised procurement for Central Government Departments. The centralisation, standardisation and aggregation of spend on common services is a key mechanism to deliver significant, sustainable cost reductions.
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