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Bid Writing for Framework RM6365: Digital Projects and Programmes

Written by Thornton & Lowe


Jun 03, 2024

Opportunity Summary for Framework RM6365: Digital Projects and Programmes

Title: Digital Projects and Programmes (RM6365)

Description: This framework provides public sector organisations access to agile development and user-centered design services, including individual Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) specialist roles. It supports digital transformation projects and offers a pool of agile methodology specialists.

Value: Estimated to be a substantial value framework, attracting various SMEs and larger firms for participation.

Key Dates:

  • Pre-market engagement: Winter 2023 to Spring 2024
  • Drafting of procurement documents: Spring 2024 to Summer 2024
  • Publication of FTS notice: Autumn 2024
  • Framework award: May 2025


  • Pass/Fail Criteria: Compliance with Government Digital Service Standards and agile methodology expertise.
  • Engagement Activities: Register for pre-market engagement events and supplier engagement sessions.

Action Steps:

  1. Register for Engagement Events:
  • Customer engagement on 3rd April 2024
  • Supplier engagement on 15th April 2024
  • Ensure compliance with DDaT requirements.
  • Develop case studies and evidence of previous successful digital transformation projects.
  • Align internal teams with the framework’s agile and user-centered design principles.
  • Prepare for the pre-market engagement phase by gathering necessary documents and stakeholder input.

Website for More Information: Crown Commercial Service - RM6365.

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  • Planning and Preparation for the Digital Framework. Thornton & Lowe assists in meticulously planning and preparing for the RM6365 framework. We help you understand the framework requirements, identify key strengths, and develop a strategic approach tailored to the Government Digital Service Standards and agile methodology.
  • Collating and Developing Bid Evidence. Our bid writing experts gather and develop compelling evidence to support your bid. This includes case studies, project examples, and compliance documentation to demonstrate your capability and success in digital transformation projects.
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