Database Modernisation – Request for Information
The purpose of this Request for Information is to understand what solutions are available in the market, whether they meet our requirements, and the potential costs of those solutions.
Casualty Database Modernisation
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
- Database and operating software package – 48600000
Location of contract
10 November 2021
25 November 2021
Contract is suitable for SMEs?
Contract is suitable for VCSEs?
The Commission are looking to replacing our current systems that hold and/or use casualty data for the 1.7 million Commonwealth servicemen and women who died during the two world wars and the 23,000 locations where they are commemorated. The purpose of this Request for Information is to understand what solutions are available in the market, whether they meet our requirements, and the potential costs of those solutions.
Full details details can be found by accessing the documents here, or by registering with our e-Procurement portal via this link: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cwgc/aspx/Home and looking under “Current Tenders” (see also “Additional Text” below).
- Casualty Database RFI.pdf
- Notice of planned procurement
- Attached is the overview of the project
- Appendix 2 – Database Diagram.pdf
- Annexes to the Contract
- Database Diagram
- Additional text
- Interested suppliers are invited to respond to this RFI by answering the questions in the RFI using the attached response document, and returning it via our InTend platform,
How to Submit your Response
Prior to submitting your response, you must first register with the portal. Registration is FREE
A guide on how to register can be found here:
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Electronic Tendering Site – Buyer Profiles (in-tendhost.co.uk)
When registering, please complete as much information as possible. The Business Classification used for this RFI is “7750 – Software IT – Software Licenses & Maintenance”
Please note: When entering a contact email address for both the Primary and Additional Users, you are advised to add a generic address which can be readily accessed by more than one person i.e., “email@example.com“, rather than a personal address such as “RKipling@xyz.com“. This way you will still be able to access any communications sent by us via the portal if an individual in unavailable through leave or sickness, for example.
Once registered you will be able to submit your response against the relevant project.
How to apply
Follow the instructions given in the description or the more information section.