As you may be aware the current Project Management and Full Design Team Services Framework (PMFDTS) RM3741 and Estate Professional Services Framework (EPS) RM3816 will expire in May and August 2021 respectively. Whilst this may seem a while away, Crown Commercial Service are committed to full stakeholder engagement to support the delivery of its future commercial vehicles.
Therefore approval has been received to issue OJEU PINs to commence the engagement on the development and definition of the solution of the future Frameworks that are expected to be called Construction Professional Services (CPS) RM6165 and Estate Management Services (EMS) RM6168. The anticipated go live dates areApril and June 2021 respectively.
The issue of two PINS provides CCS with the opportunity to review market service delivery capabilities, services required by customers and how we can improve the customer journey for Departments using our Frameworks.
As part of our joint engagement we will be testing which services best fit each commercial vehicle and the basis of design for joint or separate CPS/EMS frameworks. At this stage we have no preferred options – your input will help us define these.
Therefore we would really like you to be involved with market engagement over the coming months so you can support in shaping these agreements to truly ensure they are fit for purpose and align with your strategy requirements and support a best in class route to market.
If you would like to be involved, please see below use this link to a short survey which if you complete, would allow us to really capture your feedback on how you find the current process and how we can improve it .
If you wish to register your interest or have any specific questions please email the Buildings Pillar Team on EMS-CPS@crowncommercial.gov.uk, and keep an eye out for further engagement in our CCS Newsletters and social media platforms.