We’ve now appointed a number of professional services resources to help us accelerate the delivery of a series of in-flight eGov initiatives. All resources are being provided by local firms and will join over the next few weeks for a period of around 6 months. Once contracts are signed we can share who is supporting us and what activity they will be helping us deliver.
We, I, didn’t meet deadlines on this tender as we held the process up whilst assessing the professional services requirement for other in-flight activity, not related to eGov.
The next stage is to move to framework agreements with professional service suppliers to ease the process of securing resources that represent the best quality and value for the States. More to come on this.