Data analysis services. Land Equipment, part of the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), intends to place a five-year contract, with an additional two two-year options, for the provision of a Equipment Failure Report (EFR) and JAMES Component Report (JCR) Collection Service for Analysis. This analysis will identify emerging trends quickly, leading to solutions that prevent the need for back-loading major assemblies and Line Replacement Units for Level 4 repair, thus reducing the need for spares and increasing Mean Time between Failures. The requirement is for a Potential Provider to collate a minimum of 35,000 EFRs/JCRs per annum, with options to increase to 45,000 and 55,000 per annum, from various sources and of varying types including failures, condemnations and New Stores Rejects (NSR). The EFRs/JCRs will need to be triaged for completeness and relevance, therefore knowledge of the MOD Land Environment, and the operation and maintenance of tracked and wheeled vehicles, is required by commencement of the potential Contract. EFRs/JCRs will then be categorised as safety, operational or routine and input onto a suitable database within mandated timescales for Project Team desk officers to action. It is anticipated that the contract duration shall run from 01 June 2021 through to 31 May 2026. The Authority shall also have irrevocable options to extend the contract by a further 2 x 2 years until 31 May 2030.
Cedar 1A #3157
MoD Abbey Wood
Contract value: 2000000-3000000
Published: 16 Aug 2020, Receipt by: 18 Sep 2020
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