This is the latest instalment of an exclusive feature analysing the UK’s biggest public sector tech deals. In partnership with data analysis firm Tussell, we drill down into the top five most valuable tenders and awards from the previous week, and take stock of which tech firms have won the biggest share of the public sector pie.
Top five tenders
It’s been a relatively quiet week for tenders, perhaps unsurprisingly for late August. The biggest of the week comes from the University of East Anglia, which is looking to spend £900,000 on upgrading its library management system. Businesses have until 26 September to bid for the deal and be prepared to carry out the work next summer.
Top five awards
It might have been a quiet week for tenders, but it’s been a busy week for awards. The five biggest awards revealed last week amount to more than £180m. The biggest goes to Belfast-based software firm Neueda, which has won an open competition to supply the Northern Irish environment department with £150m worth of digital development services and solutions.
|Contracting Authority||Supplier||Contract Title||Data Awarded||Framework||Award / Framework Value|
|Central Procurement Directorate||Neueda||DAERA — Digital Development Services and Solutions||22/08/18||N||£150,000,000|
|Scottish Government||Leidos Innovations||Purchase to Pay (P2P) Service Support||10/08/18||N||£26,914,204|
|Bristol City Council||Midland HR||HR and Payroll||20/06/18||N||£4,000,000|
|Department for Work & Pensions||Q-Nomy||Appointment Booking System Universal Credit full service||10/07/18||N||£3,128,760|
|Disclosure & Barring Service||Bjss||Digital Support Services||20/07/18||N||£2,698,000|