DCWW issues software programming tender
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (DCWW) is tendering a five-year software programming and consultancy contract for application development services. The framework is worth between £25M and £35M.
The company envisages appointing up to three suppliers for the work, which includes:
- Requirements gathering and analysis
- Functional systems analysis
- Technical systems design
- Information architecture
- Application development
- Application testing
- Application deployment
The framework "has the potential" to include other ICT services associated with the Application Development services such as configuring and implementing associated hardware, software and systems.
DCWW is to hold a supplier day on January 31, 2014, and interested companies can register using its eSourcing portal.
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