HM Land Registry seeks £8m digital services partner
Department seeks supplier to help digitise services
HM Land Registry is seeking a supplier to support the organisation in delivering “digital services, technology platforms, and a new digital register”.
The non-ministerial department is looking for a provider that could help it work towards five goals, the first of which is to “digitise and automate new user-facing services”.
The second target is to improve the registry’s internal systems for processing applications and caseworking, including the introduction of automation. HM Land Registry is also looking to “refresh existing technical architecture and build new technical capabilities”, as well as boosting the skills of its in-house digital development staff.
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The organisation’s final ambition is “to build a new digital register to enable future services and create data products”.
The chosen supplier will be given a one-year contract worth up to £8m. This deal could be extended by a further 12 months.
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