The Government Procurement Service is looking for consultancies to join a tender that will provide services including front-end design and product development.
The move is part of an effort to replace the previous Central Office of Information rosters.
The nine-month contact is valued at £40 million and the GPS has not set a limit on the number of consultancies it is looking to appoint.
The GPS says any consultancies appointed to the framework will have to adhere to the Government Service Design Manual, developed by the Government Digital Service – the team behind gov.uk.
These ‘digital by default’ standards promote principles such as open-source design.
The deadline for receipt of tenders or requests to participate is 7 August. For more information visit ted.europa.eu.
The GPS launched its Creative Solutions Framework earlier this year – although no specialist design or branding groups were named on the roster.