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The BBC is pleased to announce that it is re-tendering its Digital Services Framework. The BBC Digital Frameworks Briefing is an online event for independent digital suppliers that are seeking to work with the BBC.

This session will tell you everything you need to know about our Digital Services Framework (DSF) which is open for applications from 9 May until 27 June 2016. Current DSF suppliers will also need to reapply if they wish to remain on the framework.

The DSF is suitable for companies that specialise in the design and development of bespoke digital technologies, offering such services as:

  • Digital Design (e.g. Visual, interaction, UX&D, motion, game design)
  • Server Side development
  • Database-related development
  • Client Native development (e.g. Native apps for Windows, iOS, Android)
  • Standards Based Client Web Development
  • Proprietary Based Client Web Development
  • General Development Practices (e.g. Agile, Support, Project Management)

In this briefing we’ll give you a background to the newly formed BBC Design & Engineering division and explain why the digital frameworks were originally set up. We’ll take a look at the feedback we’ve received from BBC buyers and digital suppliers, and then explain how the next iteration of the framework will operate.

We’ll then talk you through how to apply and highlight some key dates for the diary. There are some significant changes from the last version so even if you are on the current framework we’d highly recommend registering for this event.

Register now using the green button at the top of this page and please take a moment to read the FAQs below.

FAQs

Where will this event take place?

This is an online only event which will be streamed live from 15:30 on 16 May 2016. After registering, you will be sent a confirmation email containing a link to the live stream, please add this to your calendar.

I won't be able to log on at that time, is there somewhere else I can get the information?

The whole event will be recorded and made available via the BBC Commissioning Website shortly after the event finishes. A link will be circulated to everyone who has registered as soon as the footage is available.

Where can I find out more information about this tender and look at the ITT documentation?

Please go to the BBC BravoSolution Procurement Portal www.bbc.bravosolution.co.uk and register. As part of the process you should select ‘New Media and Content - Online Content’ and/or ‘New Media and Content - Digital Services’ notification categories in the Basic Form Company details. The Opportunity and all ITT documentation is now published and we highly recommend reading through it prior to the briefing event.

Can I forward this invite to my colleagues and any other interested parties?

Yes, please do. They'll also need to register themselves via this web page.

Are there any specific technical requirements to enable me to watch the online event?

The event will be streamed via YouTube so any computer and browser combination that can normally access YouTube videos will enable you to tune in.

Will I be able to ask questions?

Yes, you are encouraged to send in your questions at any time during the event by going to www.sli.do and typing in event code 3202.

Data Collection

The information provided as part of your request to attend this event will be collected and retained by the BBC, to help us to better inform you about future opportunities. You may unsubscribe at any time by emailing digitalsuppliersengagement@bbc.co.uk. We also want to let you know that the BBC may use data collected within Client Relationship Management (CRM) tools on cloud computing services to better enable management of supplier relationships. Please visit the BBC’s Privacy and Cookies Policy for more information.

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