Awarded to Sopra Steria Ltd

Start date: Monday 17 January 2022
Value: £33,333.33
Company size: large
Defence College of Logistics Policing and Army

Management of the Joint Deployed Inventory Training application

2 Incomplete applications

0 SME, 2 large

1 Completed application

0 SME, 1 large

Important dates

Published
Friday 12 November 2021
Deadline for asking questions
Friday 19 November 2021 at 11:59pm GMT
Closing date for applications
Friday 26 November 2021 at 11:59pm GMT

Overview

Off-payroll (IR35) determination
Supply of resource: the off-payroll rules will apply to any workers engaged through a qualifying intermediary, such as their own limited company
Summary of the work
The provision and maintenance of all materials and data required for authorised Ministry of Defence (MOD) training organisations to run MJDI training courses on this system.
Latest start date
Wednesday 15 December 2021
Expected contract length
2 years
Location
South East England
Organisation the work is for
Defence College of Logistics Policing and Army
Budget range
Maximum value £33,333.33 Ex VAT

About the work

Why the work is being done
Development of training course content, materials and data for training using the Management of the Joint Deployed Inventory (MJDI) training application
Problem to be solved
There is a Statement of Requirement that can be emailed to suppliers who request it from Army-Comrcl-Procure-FA-Mailbox@mod.gov.uk
Who the users are and what they need to do
Authorised Ministry of Defence (MOD) training organisations to run MJDI training courses
Early market engagement
None
Any work that’s already been done
None
Existing team
MOD training organisations
Current phase
Live

Work setup

Address where the work will take place
All work on developing the materials and data can be completed at a location of the contractor’s choice
Working arrangements
All work on developing the materials and data can be completed at a location of the contractor’s choice
Security clearance

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.

Essential skills and experience
  • Experience operating MJDI Release 7 in the Maritime, Land and Air Environments in both the Materiel Accountant and Unit Application Administrator roles.
  • Experience and understanding of the background processes of MJDI and its external interactions with all of the other logistics application with which it interacts.
  • Experience of developing training materials within the MJDI Training Application, including understanding how to replicate all of the external interactions required to produce consistent and repeatable training.
  • Experience and skills in implementing changes to training materials without impacting the delivery of current training
  • Experience working with the other stakeholders to implement training materials onto the training application
  • Experience in managing and rectifying faults with the application and associated training materials to enable rectification by the correct stakeholder.
Nice-to-have skills and experience

How suppliers will be evaluated

All suppliers will be asked to provide a written proposal.

How many suppliers to evaluate
3
Proposal criteria
  • Technical solution – how they plan to implement the developed solutions on the Training Application
  • How they plan to ensure that the training materials continue to be usable as the MJDI live application develops.
  • The proposed design of the training environment on the training application to appropriately represent the front line environments students will encounter after training
  • The proposed technical solution for implementing changes to training materials without impacting the delivery of current training.
  • The proposed technical solution for ensuring that training materials can be reliably reset at the end of each course ready for it to be run again.
  • The proposed technical solution for preventing the corruption of the training materials.
  • The proposed technical solution for enabling the recovery of training materials should they become corrupt.
  • How much the approach or solution meets users needs.
  • How they’ve identified risks and dependencies and offered approaches to manage them.
  • Estimated timeframes for the work.
  • Value for money.
Cultural fit criteria
  • Ability to work collaboratively to design training materials and solution that meet the needs of a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Ability to work as a team with our organisation and other suppliers.
  • To be transparent and collaborative when making decisions.
  • Have a just culture and encourage people to learn from their mistakes.
  • Take responsibility for their work.
  • Share knowledge and experience with other team members and stakeholders.
  • Appropriately challenge the status quo for the benefit of all stakeholders.
  • To be comfortable standing up for their discipline.
  • Able to work with clients with low technical expertise.
Payment approach
Fixed price
Additional assessment methods
Evaluation weighting

Technical competence

70%

Cultural fit

10%

Price

20%

Questions asked by suppliers

1. A request for the Statement of Requirement has been submitted.
Could all requests for the SOR please be submitted to Army-Comrcl-Procure-FA-Mailbox@mod.gov.uk