HiQ wins framework agreement with the Swedish National Agency for Higher Vocational Education (MYH). The procurement refers to consulting support regarding system development, architecture, and change management.
– So great for HiQ to win this framework agreement, areas in which we are incredibly strong. Contributing with this kind of competence is the core of what we want to do, and the public sector is an important area for us, says Sven Ivar Mørch, CEO of HiQ.
Swedish National Agency for Higher Vocational Education’s (MYH) IT unit works with system development regarding the internal, self-developed business and case management system, websites, and e-services. MYH has two offices in Sweden, one in Västerås and one in Hässleholm. The procurement refers to consulting support regarding system development, architecture, and change management, primarily regarding business and case management systems, websites, and My Pages, but also for general needs. Additionally, the IT unit is responsible for the operation, management, support, and development of the IT environment. HiQ now wins the framework agreement.
– After a lot of hard work from our team with the tender, it feels incredibly good to win the framework agreement. We have solid experience in system development, architecture, and change management, so it's great that we get to be part of the journey with MYH and to help them develop, says Åza Solomon, Client Responsible at HiQ.
The framework agreement covers a period of two years with the possibility of two extensions of one year each.
Swedish National Agency for Higher Vocational Education’s (MYH’s) main area of responsibility includes Higher Vocational Education in Sweden (HVE) and the key function is to ensure that the HVE programmes meet the labor market’s needs for qualified workforce. MYH analyzes the labor market, decides which programmes qualify to be offered as HVE, allocate government grants, conduct reviews, produce statistics, and promote quality improvement in HVE. Additionally, other areas of responsibility include two types of post-secondary educations: arts and culture courses and interpretation courses and programmes.