New framework agreement with The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund

New framework agreement with The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund

ProData Consult is a supplier to The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund (SPK), signing a new framework agreement for IT consulting services. The estimated value of the contracts is between NOK 250 - 450 million (EUR 25 to 45 million) over six years.

Oslo 18 November 2021

In competition with 15 strong providers, the bid from ProData Consult was considered one of the most advantageous, weighted between price and quality. ProData Consult is now one of six IT suppliers to the pension fund for public service employees.

–  We are pleased to be chosen as a supplier to The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund. By providing experienced IT consultants, we can ensure qualitative development of IT systems for occupational pensions and other pension benefits that affect over 1 million people in Norway, says Morten Edler Bay, Country Manager at ProData Consult Norway.

It is the first framework agreement that the two partners ProData Consult and Bragd Consulting Network, win together for an essential public administration company.

Contributing to future system development

The framework agreement will be within the development of IT services and products. The areas of expertise include:

  • System development,
  • Architecture system development,
  • UX design,

The pension fund estimates that the greatest need will be in the area of system development.

Will provide top consultants

The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund has signed parallel framework agreements with six providers for two years with extension options of an additional 2 + 2 years, for a maximum of six years.

Contracts will be awarded through mini-competitions between the contract suppliers Bouvet, Kantega, Knowit, ProData Consult, Sopra Steria and Visma Consulting.

{   With another framework agreement, we can offer even more assignments to the entire consulting market in Norway.   }

–  With another framework agreement, we can offer even more assignments to the entire consulting market in Norway. Thus, we can deliver skilled consultants for the public sector and ensure top IT development quality. We look forward to providing experienced consultants to The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund, says Morten Edler Bay.

The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund (SPK)

New framework agreement with The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund

The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund has an essential welfare function in Norway as it manages pension rights for more than 1300 companies.

The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund is a public administration entity under the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs that manages the pension plans for all government employees in Norway.

The pension fund also includes large parts of the education and research sector and state-owned enterprises that has voluntarily made agreements with the fund on behalf of their employees.

The Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund has an essential function for welfare in Norway as it manages pension rights for more than 1300 companies on behalf of one million Norwegians who work or have worked in the public sector.

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