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Type of document: Contract Notice
Country: United Kingdom

2. Awarding Authority: Ministry of Defence, GB. Web:
3. Contract type: Service contract
4. Description: Work on a prototype (alpha) end to end digital service which allows users to submit a Subject Access Request,understand what information Awarding Authority holds, how it is being used, and request changes in that data and how it is used; a centralised register for authorised users to record and Information Asset.
5. CPV Code(s): 72000000, 72300000, 72310000, 72320000, 72222300
6. NUTS code(s): UKI, UKI3, UKI32
7. Main site or location of works, main place of delivery or main place of performance: Location London
Address where the work will take place London based, however there will be a requirement to travel nationally.
8. Reference attributed by awarding authority: CCT697
9. Estimated value of requirement: Maximum day rate £525
10. Closing date for applications 19.2.2019 (23:59).
11. Address to which they must be sent: For further information regarding the above contract notice please visit
12. Other information: Deadline for asking questions Thursday 14 February 2019 at 11:59pm GMT
Latest start date Monday 15 April 2019
Expected contract length 90 days
About the work
Early market engagement
Who the specialist will work with The team includes Service Manager, Delivery Manager, Technical Architect, Business Analyst and User Researcher. You will be expected to work with Subject matter experts from MOD Disclosure Branches, Policy Leads and members of the public including key user groups.
What the specialist will work on Build software that supports user needs. Continually improve the service by identifying new tools and techniques, removing technical bottlenecks, and adapting and maintaining code
Working arrangements A typical working day is 9am – 5pm (however working outside of these hours may be required due to business/project need. The role is based in London but there may be travel involved to other regions of the country. Travel expenses outside the base locations will be covered.
Security clearance SC Clearance required
Additional information
Additional information
Additional terms and conditions
Skills and experience
Buyers will use the essential and nice-to-have skills and experience to help them evaluate suppliers’ technical competence.
Skills and experience
Essential skills and experience
Experience working alongside a user researcher and technical architect using user centered design practices to ensure user stories and user research are at the heart of the product design
Proven ability to design services to meet valid user needs including planning, designing and conducting usability testing of prototypes
Proven experience in sue of industry standard web application technologies such as HTML, CSS, CS5, JAVA, Javascript, PHP, Ruby and Python
Proven experience in use of service-based technologies such as SOAP, RESTful, APIs, XML messaging and JSON
Experience of working using Agile Methodology
Experience Delivering outputs in line with the Government Digital Service Standard, Government Digital Service Design Manual and Government Technology Code of Practice and assessment process
Experience of deploying and building web applications on Cloud Foundry using buildpacks and the CLI
Experience of deploying products to meet the needs of assisted digital users to ensure the service is designed to enable maximum digital take up
Proven experience of iterative product development based on user needs and stories
Nice-to-have skills and experience
Understanding of Government Digital Service design principles
Experience designing services GOV.UK
Experience working in multidisciplinary agile terms
How suppliers will be evaluated
How many specialists to evaluate 6
Cultural fit criteria
Be transparent and collaborative when making decisions
Experience of successful collaborative working environment
Create and maintain an agile working environment
Take responsibility for their work
Can work with clients with low technical expertise
Able to challenge the status quo and use persuasion skills to achieve business buy-in
Have a no-blame culture and encourage people to learn from their mistakes
Bring agile mindset and principles into practice
Assessment methods
Work history
Scenario or test
Evaluation weighting
Technical competence
Cultural fit
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