National Galleries of Scotland aims to “transform” digital presence

The organisation is seeking a “strategic partner” to help it rethink its online presence.

The National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh
The National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh

National Galleries of Scotland is looking to “transform” its digital presence and has started the hunt for partners to work on the project.

National Galleries of Scotland operates the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the Scottish National Gallery.

The organisation says it is looking to “adopt contemporary approaches to open standards and agile change”.

To kick the project off, NGS says it is seeking a “strategic partner” who will help create “a solid foundation for digital development”.

The organisation says: “As part of this process we envisage the renewal and implementation of key technologies”.

The three-year contract is valued at £200,000-£500,000.

The deadline for receipt of tenders or requests to participate is 19 June. For more information and to apply, visit ted.europa.eu.

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