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JISC ITT: Synthesis and Evaluation of Reference Models

Last modified 26 Feb, 2007
Published 26 Feb, 2007
This invitation to tender invites proposals to undertake, on behalf of the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), a summary, review and evaluation of six Reference Model projects funded through the Distributed e-Learning Programme.

The survey is expected to take six months to complete. The successful bidder should expect to commence work by 1st May 2007 at the latest and complete work by 31st October 2007.

It is expected that the work undertaken with the funding will fall into four phases:

Phase 1: a review, collation and preservation of existing work;

Phase 2: a synthesis of the work into a coherent and accessible whole;

Phase 3: contribution of approved Services and Service Usage Models to the e-Framework

Phase 4: identification of key outcomes and recommendations.

Funding of between £30,000 and £40,000 is available for this work (including VAT, overheads and related travel and subsistence).

The deadline for proposals is 12 noon on Monday 19th March 2007. The full ITT can be found at:


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