Website Redesign Tender for Waste Awareness Wales

Website Redesign Tender for Waste Awareness Wales

WAW runs national and local campaigns that must be supported by a website that’s fit for purpose. Our current website was designed in 2004 and is in need of redesign.

Tender for the redesign of the Waste Awareness Wales website

Procurer reference: 6/13
Value of tender: £Undisclosed
CONTRACT NOTICE – NON OJEU
Is this notice funded by the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO)?
No
Contract Type
Services
SECTION I: CONTRACTING AUTHORITY
Name of the organisation
Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA)
Contact Name
Emma Shakeshaft
Address
Welsh Local Government Procurement Unit, Drake Walk, Cardiff
Postcode
CF10 4LG
Phone
02920 468613
EMail
emma.shakeshaft@wlga.gov.uk
Web Address
http://www.wlga.gov.uk/p
SECTION II: DETAILS OF THE CONTRACT
Service category
6/13 Tender for the redesign of the Waste Awareness Wales website
Is it a framework agreement?
No
Title of the contract
Tender for the redesign of the Waste Awareness Wales website
Description of the contract

WAW runs national and local campaigns that must be supported by a website that’s fit for purpose. Our current website was designed in 2004 and is in need of redesign.

This design brief outlines the need to create a strong, engaging and interactive website that incorporates current brand identity but also by being flexible enough to incorporate stand alone promotions to target multiple target audiences.

3. PROJECT REQUIREMENTS

To appoint a web design company to redesign the WAW website. Sections below outline in more detail the requirements of the website.

Target Audience

The General Public – everyone in society has a part to play. The website must try and communicate with all members of the public to provide information and to facilitate behaviour change.

Media – we get lots of media enquiries so a section of the website will be dedicate to facts and figures specifically for the media.

Local Authorities – so they can share in national promotions and campaigns and sign post their residents to the WAW website.

Community Groups – Establishing good links with online community groups is key.

Children – target specifically via online games and activities (TBC)

Website Activities and Objectives

We would like the general user to engage in the following activities on our website. Items are listed in order of importance:

Find out more information about all things relating to reducing, reusing, recycling waste.

Follow us on social media sites

Play online games

View WAW videos

Access the bank locator

Find out about Waste in your area

This ties in with our major website objectives:

Generate awareness about WAW and our key messages

To be the main website that delivers national campaign messages as determined by WG

To act as a key tool that helps facilitate behaviour change

Place / site of work / delivery
Wales

Classification of contract (CPV codes)
72000000 – IT services – consulting, software development, Internet and support.

Contract Length
Starting date:
20.05.2013
and/or Ending date
20.08.2013
SECTION III: AWARD CRITERIA

SECTION IV: Administrative Information

Instructions to suppliers

Proposals from prospective companies should be made in the following format and include an itemised quotation. There is no set tender document to complete:

• Full contact details of the applicant and proposed project manager;

• Details of the credentials of the company / designer and of the specific individual(s) to be involved in the work, including identification of key employee(s);

• Details of relevant experience including applicable examples;

• An itemised price for the commission specifically relating to the items outlined in the ‘required deliverables’ section

• Hosting costs

• Three referees.

Reference Number
6/13
Deadline Date
15.05.2013
Deadline date refers to
Receipt of tender – 4.00 pm on 15th May, 2013
Does this contract relate to a Project / Programme funded by EU funds?
No