National Highways seeks £75m transformation delivery partner

National Highways has put out a tender for a Transformation Delivery Partnership Contract to provide a “centralised vehicle for transformation and change in National Highways that will drive forward a central approach across the whole of National Highways to ensure holistic departmental transformation”.

It says the Transformation Delivery Partnership is expected to challenge, advise, and support National Highways as it develops, implements, embeds and realises the benefits of the transformation programme, whilst leaving a sustainable legacy of change and improved capability throughout the company.

The key objective of the transformation programme is the tangible improvement in National Highways’ performance in relation to integrated and flexible capital delivery, supply chain aligned to new delivery model and NH ambitions, mature asset lifecycle ownership, digitally enabled organisation that delivers on business requirements and customer expectations, proactive control of the network and environmental sustainability deeply embedded in what it does.

The transformation programme will be centrally led by National Highways employees from across the company, with the Transformation Delivery Partnership supporting the activity. It will be overseen by one Transformation Management Office “coordinating and maintaining the single source of the truth through a single way of working across all themes with a clear governance structure”.

The contract will run for five and a half years from October this year with the deadline for applications on 5 February.

Read details here.

(Picture – National Highways)


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