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CCS wants to replace its MISO reporting tool

Matteo Natalucci Published 08 January 2018

£260k project requires team to build to a more stable, easy to use reporting tool to collect management information from suppliers


The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) requires a team to build a prototype, and the first iteration of a service to collect management information from suppliers on government procurement frameworks.

The project also requires some development work on the existing system to keep it running whilst the replacement is developed.

CCS is interested in replacing the existing MISO tool as it “doesn’t meet the needs of either suppliers or CCS staff and it struggles with the volume of submissions each month, which leads to incomplete or abandoned submissions”. The existing MISO tool also "doesn’t support the complexity or frequency of changes that will be needed in the future as different types of frameworks are developed”.

Suppliers have to provide CCS with some data each month. This varies widely from framework to framework in amount and complexity. The project aims to make this process easier for suppliers to complete each month and to provide a more stable, easy to use system for CCS support staff, reducing the administrative burden on them.

The expected contract length is six months with extensions up to a maximum term of 12 months.

The closing date for applications is January 18.

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