Project title: P16989 - Contract for NI public sector shared data centre
The strategic aims of this project were to identify a solution to deliver data centre services that would meet the operational and security needs of the public sector clients, allow room for growth, and obtain savings through the use of combined, larger and more efficient facilities in this pan government collaborative approach.
The NI Public Sector Shared Data Centre Project was required to address the needs for a secure facility that can be used to house various systems owned by the public sector.
|Estimated contract value||£1.28m (annual)|
|Contract start date||11 September 2015|
|Initial contract end date||10 September 2025|
|Potential contract extensions||up to six years extensions|
Phase one - This phase (procured and priced as part of this procurement) covers the NICS departments (with DoF as the contracting party on behalf of all organisations); Translink and BSO PaLS.
Phase two - This phase has been procured with a mechanism established to allow additional organisations to join the arrangement at a later stage.
All the organisations subject to NI public procurement policy may join phase two; and specifically the Police Service of NI, education bodies, and public health bodies may join phase two.
Local councils in NI may also participate in phase two - further details are in the additional information section of the Contract Notice.
Links to further contract information
- view the Contract Notice in the Official Journal of the European Union
- view the Contract Award Notice in the Official Journal of the European Union
More information can be obtained from
CPD Strategic Delivery
Telephone: (028) 9081 6465
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