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08 August 2011

Mott MacDonald awarded Government Procurement Service’s Framework Agreement

Mott MacDonald has been awarded a place on the Local Government Software Application Solutions Framework Agreement by the Government Procurement Service, formerly known as Buying Solutions.

As a supplier on Lot 9 – Highways and Transport Software Application Solutions – Mott MacDonald will provide a comprehensive range of intelligent transport systems (ITS) and services via the framework. This includes the common data management facility which is an ITS integration platform based on a urban traffic management and control common database. The consultancy will also supply systems for car park and guidance variable message sign (VMS) management, incident management, offline data analysis, traffic and travel information websites and iPhone travel information applications.

Stuart Scott, Mott MacDonald’s framework manager said: “We are delighted to have been awarded a place on the framework and are confident that the systems and services which we can provide will deliver measurable benefits to buyers. Never before has the public sector been faced with such challenges, to improve efficiency and make significant and sustainable cost cuts, while improving the quality and value of their service delivery. This win will allow our dedicated team of management and software professionals to demonstrate their skills and make a meaningful contribution to improve public services delivery.”

In recent years Mott MacDonald has advised central government departments and local authorities on issues ranging from strategic market engagement, through private finance initiative transactions, to knowledge management. The company offers a unique combination of business and technical skills to deliver pragmatic advice that recognises the unique nature of the many public sector organisations. Its business and service category teams touch almost every aspect of everyday life from civil engineering to healthcare; from education to satellites.

The framework agreement commenced on 27 July and will last for 2 years, with the option to extend for up to two further years.


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