After an almost year-long procurement process, Daisy Corporate Services (DCS) has been successfully awarded each of the eight lots they bid for under National Highways’ new £1bn Information Technology Commercial Framework (ITCF).
This Framework will be the primary route to market for all of Highways England’s Information Technology for the next four years.
Based on the organisation’s core capabilities, DCS has won places on the following lots:
Lot 2 – Corporate Systems
Lot 3 – Architectural Services and Design
Lot 5 – Cyber Security and Data Protection
Lot 7 – Infrastructure and Platform Design
Lot 8 – Service Management and Transition
Lot 14 – Workplace Hardware
Lot 15 – Hardware Infrastructure and Platforms
Lot 16 – Infrastructure and Platform
Andy Riley, Sales Director at Daisy Corporate Services said: “We are tremendously proud to have been chosen by National Highways as one of their selected service providers and look forward to working with them over the next four years.
“It’s great to see that we are more heavily represented in the lots that are forecast to contain the greatest investment in technology by National Highways for this Framework. I like to see this as a testament to our own expertise and capability.
“Two more tenders are due to be released under this Framework in the next few months in Lot 2 and Lot 8, with a combined contract value of more than £75M. We have strong capabilities within both of these tender areas, and we look forward to the opportunity to start work on this exciting new set of opportunities.”