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IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support
Council: London Borough of Greenwich
Value: Between £50 million and £70 million
Summary: ICT services in six lots: network, IPT infrastructure and cabling; helpdesk/service desk and desktop support services; application support and management; IT desktop and server hardware services, maintenance and support; managed data centre hosting service; and printer supply, support and maintenance.
Hamilton: Information technology services
Council: South Lanarkshire Council
Value: Between £350,000 and £525,000
Summary: The council requires a replacement sundry eebtors system for invoicing and collection of non statutory debt for a wide range of services, including social work homecare, housing capital repairs, commercial rent and charges to other local authorities and third party organisations. 10 year contract.
Telephone advice & guidance for Microsoft products
Council: Warwick District Council
Summary: The council is looking for a supplier to provide telephone help-desk / remote support to assist the in-house support team with Microsoft Systems. A telephone help-desk and support service is required when WDC need to escalate incidents to the support company or escalate into Microsoft on our behalf. This will be on a pay per request basis.
Leicester: Computer archiving services
Council: Leicestershire County Council
Summary: Leicestershire County Council is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced organisation to create digital copies of records held by Leicestershire County Council and to have these records available to be researched by the general public through an internet portal.
Warrington: Computer-related services
Council: Warrington Borough Council
Summary: The council’s current social care case management system (CMS) for adult and children’s social care is due to expire and the it is therefore looking to procure a replacement system.
Maidstone: Software development services
Council: Kent County Council
Summary: The council requires a technology platform to support the new operating model for contact handling.
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