techUK is delighted to be hosting the Home Office Digital Data and Technology (DDaT) team on 31 March from 10:00-11:30 for a virtual briefing on the upcoming re-procurements of the Optimus Programme’s Central Contracts.
Home Office DDaT is evolving to meet the changing digital, data and technology needs of the Home Office. Optimus, a multi-year change programme, is driving this evolution and delivering the capabilities to shape, build and run the services needed to support Home Office transformation. Optimus will improve DDaT’s ability to work collaboratively with stakeholders across the Home Office to deliver our technology objectives, improve our staff experience, strengthen our in-house capability, and to better protect the public and deliver better value for money for the taxpayer.
In 2020 and 2021 Optimus procured 10 DDaT profession-based service contracts and are now starting the re-procurement exercises, placing longer-term contracts and building on the lessons learned. This engagement session will update you on the indicative timetable for all of the re-procurements; provide an opportunity to hear from the professional leads for User Centred Design and Technical Architecture about their requirements; and have an opportunity to be introduced to other suppliers interested in meeting sub-contract partners.
If you’re on the RM6263 or RM1043.7* make sure to book your place now!
*Suppliers who are not on the framework, but have an interest in potentially partnering with a framework supplier on this procurement, are also welcome to join the session.
For any questions or concerns, please get in touch with the below team!