Clarification of DFE's events framework expected in September, says COI

The Department for Education (DFE) creative services framework is expected to be outlined in mid-September, according to COI director of live events Simon Hughes.

Clarification on DFE's events framework expected in September, says COI
Clarification on DFE's events framework expected in September, says COI
Hughes previously told C&IT that the launch of the DFE creative services framework contract earlier this month had caused "confusion"

It was revealed that the COI would be scrapped following a review of government communications. Government events will be handled by the DFE under a new framework led by the Creative Choice consortium.

Hughes said: "A lot of key staff are on holiday, but a programme of transition is in place. We expect to reveal more in mid-September."

The DFE framework covers work including conferences and exhibitions as well as a range of services such as design, branding and media.

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