Registered providers of social housing useNROSH+to submit financial and statistical survey data toRSH. The data collected through the portal is critical in allowingRSHto assess risks, tailor its engagement and ensure standards compliance.
RSH is looking for a data collection system that improves and replaces its current NROSH+ application. The contractor will be required to develop, test, deploy, host, support and maintain the replacement data collection system, which will be used by the organisation to meet its existing and potential future data requirements, allowing RSH to fulfil its role as a regulatory body in the most effective manner.
The £1.5 million budget is based on the maximum term of the system development and support contract, being 8 years in total.
RSHhas now published its contract notice and pre-qualification questions, commencing the formal procurement process to find a supplier to deliver the new system.
RSHaims to be in a 5-year renewable contract with a preferred supplier by April 2022, where the system will be developed and built before a planned implementation in 2023. The existing system is expected to remain in place until at least March 2023.
James is the Editor of Government Transformation magazine, and has been covering digital government and public sector reform for 20 years. He also oversees the development of the agenda for the UK's biggest public sector transformation conference.