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CDBB invites proposals to overview and plan the work of the Digital Twin Hub collaborative learning community, facilitated via an online portal, that will support collaboration related to the development, management and integration of digital twins for the built environment, including economic and social infrastructure.

A significant amount of work has been conducted over the last year by the Digital Framework Task Group (DFTG), a part of The Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB), in order to set the foundations and draft a plan (the Roadmap) for the creation of the Information Management Framework, which will be a key enabler of the UK’s National Digital Twin (NDT). In this context, the Digital Twin Hub (DT Hub) will play an essential National role in enabling the development of digital twins. CDBB invites proposals to overview and plan the work of the Digital Twin Hub collaborative learning community, facilitated via an online portal, that will support collaboration related to the development, management and integration of digital twins for the built environment, including economic and social infrastructure. 

Bids are invited from academic and commercial organisations or from individuals. Collaborative team bids are also welcome, especially if such teams can demonstrate a greater capacity to provide insights and to cover the scope required. 

The Tender Process is outlined below.

Acknowledgement Letter 

Please use the Letter of Acknowledgement to indicate that you wish to bid returning it via InTend correspondence. 

By 12 noon on 28 June 2019
Questions about the Tender

Tenderer may raise queries about the tender document only via InTend.  

No further questions may be submitted after this time.

Repeated attempts to contact the Department directly via email or telephone may result in your tender being rejected.

By 12 noon on 28 June 2019

Responses to questions

The University’s responses to questions will be circulated via InTend to those tenderers who have acknowledged their intention to tender.

On or before 2pm (1400 hrs) on the 5 July 2019

Tender return date

Tenders must be returned by the Tender Return Date

Tenders must be returned via Intend

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofcambridge/

The University may extend the tender submission date at its sole discretion.

By noon on 19 July 2019

Interviews

If CDBB determines that interviews are required, they will take place on the 1 August in Cambridge. Please indicate any reason why your company would be unable to comply with this.

1 August 2019 (in Cambridge)

Award of contract

This is the anticipated date and may change.

2 August 2019

Contract Start Date

September 2019

To register interest please visit InTend the University of Cambridge Electronic Tendering Site.

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