Capgemini UK Debt Management and Banking Mobile IT

Capgemini UK Debt Management and Banking Mobile IT

This RFP is to select a supplier to provide a Mobile IT solution to the Debt Management and Banking team within HMRC.

Reference number: TBC

Deadline date:05/03/2013

Contract value:£501,000 – £1,000,000

Location where the contract is to be carried out: United Kingdom The supplier will be expected to deliver equipment to circa 85 sites across the UK within a 1 month period.

Is this suitable for smaller suppliers? Yes

Is this contract suitable for a voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations? No

Name of the buying organisation: Capgemini UK

 

Description of the contract

This RFP is to select a supplier to provide a Mobile IT solution to the Debt Management and Banking team within HMRC. This will include providing the hardware including a mobile device/tablet/all-in-one laptop, a mobile printer, keyboard, mouse, monitor, security lock, docking station. As well as providing services such as asset tagging, imaging and delivery to circa 86 sites across the UK within a 1 month period. Full details of the requirement will be provided in the RFP document.

 

Documents

Classification of the contract

51610000 Installation services of computers and information-processing equipment

 

Additional information

Contract type: Supplies – NotSpecified

Estimated length of contract: 1 Months

 

Who to contact

Contact name Kate Goodhart

Organisation name Capgemini UK

Address , GU21 6DB

Is outside UK No

Telephone Tel: 03000 599 025

Extension number:

Fax

Web address www.UK.Capgemini.com

 

How to apply

Please contact Kate Goodhart if you are interested in responding to this RFP. katherine.goodhart@hmrcaspire.com Tel: 03000 599 025 Mob: 07891 151 047 Before you will be provided with the RFP document suppliers will be required to sign an NDA. The date all RFP responses must be received is 2pm 05/03/2013. The selection process will invole various parites from the Capgemini “Working Party”. All responses will be initally evaluated to ensure that they meet the base requirements of the RFP. Following initial review of all RFP responses, the Working Party will recommend a shortlist of the original suppliers to go forward for technical evaluation. Shortlisted suppliers will be required to provide evaluation units. The Working Party will then score the responses against a pre-defined scoring matrix (technical and commercial) based on the original RFP response, presentations/demonstrations and clarifications. The final decision is at the discretion of the Working Party. All suppliers will then be informed of their standing in the outcome of the selection process.