Awarded to Seimetrix

Start date: Monday 10 June 2019
Value: £25,000
Company size: SME
Strategic Investment Board and its Government Client(s)

Pathfinder Projects Phase 2

3 Incomplete applications

2 SME, 1 large

1 Completed application

1 SME, 0 large

Important dates

Thursday 9 August 2018
Deadline for asking questions
Monday 13 August 2018 at 11:59pm GMT
Closing date for applications
Thursday 16 August 2018 at 11:59pm GMT


Specialist role
Business analyst
Summary of the work
SIB's AMU supports property asset management activities across central government in NI. AMU has been tasked with promoting asset management processes that unlock value. In 2018/19 AMU will undertake work to progress data enabled and system based solutions that reduce fragmentation and unlock value across the central government estate.
Latest start date
Monday 10 September 2018
Expected contract length
2 years (resource will be required on an adhoc or casual basis over this period)
Northern Ireland
Organisation the work is for
Strategic Investment Board and its Government Client(s)
Maximum day rate

About the work

Early market engagement
Not applicable.
Who the specialist will work with
The individual(s) appointed will work with a variety of property professionals, representatives from Ordinance Survey NI, Land & Property Services NI, DoF Enterprise Shared Services and the Northern Ireland Statistical Research Agency.
What the specialist will work on
Support discovery activities relating to data fragmentation issues.
Research good practice.
Explore data interoperability issues.
Develop reports.
Analyse system functionality.
Support the development of various asset management initiatives such as requirements, utilisation, meanwhile use , adoption of Pointer Ref etc.
Provide support to the LPS OSCAR system (SharePoint enabled).

NOTE: The value of the commission will not exceed £30,000 inclusive of VAT and award is no guarantee of any work.

Work setup

Address where the work will take place
The supplier will be co-located with Land and Property Services and OSNI at Lanyon Plaza Belfast
Working arrangements
Onsite up to 5 days a week, working in a team setting.
Security clearance
BPSS Basic Disclosure.

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
  • Demonstrable experience in working closely with public sector Clients in Northern Ireland researching and analysing opportunities to use data and systems to deliver efficiencies.
  • Demonstrable experience in designing and implementing SharePoint based solutions to deliver digital enablement and process improvements
  • Developing and presenting option papers setting out options for the Client along with pros and cons, risks and issues and cost implications
  • Demonstrable experience in developing prototypes in compliance with the NICS security policy framework and web standards
  • Experience of working with NI ESS ICT shared services
  • Experience of working with NI LPS
Nice-to-have skills and experience

How suppliers will be evaluated

How many specialists to evaluate
Cultural fit criteria
Evidence ability to effectively communicate with staff and stakeholders and all levels and translate technical concepts into simple language
Assessment methods
Work history
Evaluation weighting

Technical competence


Cultural fit




Questions asked by suppliers

1. Question. Can you please confirm if £30,000 is the total anticipated spend over the 2 year period?
Answer. £30,000 inclusive of VAT in the maximum spend that might be incurred over the 2 year period. However, there is no guarantee that the maximum level of spend (or indeed any spend) will be incurred over the 2 year period.