Royal Navy - MoD

ICT Complex Projects – Enabling

Incomplete applications

Incomplete applications
7 SME, 1 large

Completed applications

Completed applications
1 SME, 1 large
Important dates
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Published Thursday 3 October 2019
Deadline for asking questions Monday 7 October 2019 at 11:59pm GMT
Closing date for applications Thursday 10 October 2019 at 11:59pm GMT


Opportunity attribute name Opportunity attribute value
Specialist role Business analyst
Summary of the work Business Analysis across a full spectrum of digital programmes and projects delivering digital outcomes that enable current and future information based capabilities supporting Navy Command Information, MoD and HMG defence and national security outputs.
Latest start date Friday 1 November 2019
Expected contract length 2 years
Location South East England
Organisation the work is for Royal Navy - MoD
Maximum day rate £550

About the work

About the work
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Early market engagement There is an incumbent delivering this Programme of Work
Who the specialist will work with Navy Command HQ Information Warfare team
What the specialist will work on Provide digital business analysis for programmes and projects assigned by the Authority to deliver information effects in the maritime environment including buisness and operational network architecture, bearer systems, IT systems and applications including those for Command and Control (C2). All aspects of ICT and associated engineering governance, information assurance, engineering standards and ICT security as applied to Naval and maritime data and information systems is scope.

Work setup

Work setup
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Address where the work will take place Whale Island, Portsmouth
Working arrangements The Business Analyst will be working in a team with stakeholders from within Navy Command, MoD, and other government departments to deliver capability outcomes in support of MoD and HMG national security objectives.
Security clearance SC is essential. Navy/MoD cannot sponsor security clearance

Additional information

Additional information
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Additional terms and conditions In addition to the day rate, an additional £1K is available for T&S in line with current MoD rates. Foreign travel is included in this but prior authorisation is required from the Authority in advance of booking (committing).
A Cyber Risk Assessment has been raised for this requirement under Assessment number RAR-G8ZC25UJ. The Cyber Risk Level has been classed as very low. You must submit a Supplier Assurance Questionnaire against this, at
A security aspects letter applies for information classified up to secret.
The IR35 legislation does not apply to this engagement.

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
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Essential skills and experience
  • Experience delivering C4ISR/ICT digital programmes and projects in a complex maritime environment.
  • Demonstrate knowledge, skills and experience in managing digital ICT services and their interdependent activities to enable naval and maritime outputs.
  • Experienced in military and commercial satellite communications operations and planning.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of UK Government Departments and MoD structures and policies as they relate to the digital and information outcomes in the maritime domain.
  • Experience developing and defining digital and cloud-based requirements to enable naval and maritime outcomes.
  • Experience of cyber and security risk assurance assessment activities based on HMG policy in line with cabinet office procedures and the Cyber Essentials protocols.
  • Experienced in the management of UK maritime radio licensing OFCOM regulations and relationship management.
  • Experienced in the management of UK maritime radio licensing OFCOM regulations and relationship management.
  • Demonstrate knowledge ITU Radio Regulations for maritime mobile services.
  • Experience of maritime warfare and operations and its dependence on information and digital services.
  • Experience in costing and cost management of data and information services.
  • Experience of budgeting and budget planning in relation to digital and information requirements.
Nice-to-have skills and experience
  • Experience managing digital communications services either directly within or in support of a maritime platform.
  • Experience managing V/U/HF communication services in the maritime environment.
  • Experience with the maritime development, delivery and management of Information Exchange Requirements (IER)as part of generating naval ships and platforms for operations
  • Experience in the procedure for managing naval communications on a national, NATO and coalition basis.
  • Qualified in project management.

How suppliers will be evaluated

All suppliers will be asked to provide a work history.

How suppliers will be evaluated
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How many specialists to evaluate 3
Cultural fit criteria
  • Work as a team with our organisation and with other government organisations
  • Be transparent and collaborative when making decisions
  • Have a no-blame culture and encourage people to learn from their mistakes
  • Share knowledge and experience with other team members
  • Can work with customers with low technical expertise
Additional assessment methods
Evaluation weighting

Technical competence


Cultural fit




Questions asked by suppliers

Questions asked by suppliers
Supplier question Buyer answer
1. Is there an incumbant person/supplier for this role? As identified in the advert, there is an incumbent delivering this Programme of Work.
2. Can the authority please confirm whether there will be a further assessment method following the first stage response and if so please clarify what that will be? All suppliers will have to provide a work history.
3. For clarification please can you confirm once preferred suppliers have been down selected and notified they will be expected to provide one CV (Work History) for their best candidate for this work?

Can you also confirm the timelines for providing the Work History document?
On the first point, that is correct, if a supplier is notified that they have been down selected it will be necessary for them to provide one Work History for their proposed specialist in the form of a resume or CV.

Once a supplier has been notified that they have been down selected, a Work History must be submitted for consideration within 2 working days.