Education specialist RM has secured a £4.6m contract to provide ICT systems and services for Derby City Council’s Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme.
RM was confirmed as a preferred bidder back in June, and will supply systems and services as part of the Balfour Beatty Education consortium, which has been appointed to deliver Derby’s BSF programme.
Derby City’s BSF programme will renew three secondary schools and provide enhancements to 15 other schools. RM’s remit will be to supply community Connect 4 networking, email, learning platform and cashless catering.
Terry Sweeney, chief executive of RM, said: “We are continuing to make progress bringing the BSF projects where we had been appointed preferred bidder to financial close.
“It’s good news that we’ll be working with our partners in the Balfour Beatty Education consortium on major renewals of three schools in Derby. We look forward to providing engaging technology to complement the inspiring new learning spaces planned as part of the programme.”
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