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22.05.2017

adam awarded onto the new iteration of the G-Cloud framework

We are delighted to announce that adam, has again been awarded onto the government’s Digital Marketplace. This gives any public-sector organisations wanting to purchase our services the added reassurance that we are an approved government supplier.

The G-Cloud framework is an agreement between the government and suppliers who provide cloud-based services, such as Software as a Service. The basic terms of use are agreed by both parties following a formal Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) procurement process. This allows public sector organisations and suppliers to save the time and cost that is traditionally associated with individual procurement contracts.

The G-Cloud has recently made changes to make it easier to find relevant services by using detailed sub-category functionality, which should help buyers overcome the shortlisting challenges. Previously a buyer would have to go through thousands of results from a search, where-as now a buyer will overcome this problem by drilling down their search to firms that are best suited to their needs.

More councils are likely to be attracted to the framework due to the increase in the maximum call-off. Previously the call off time was two years, but now public sector organisations will be able to extend this for two periods of twelve months without the need for approval for local government and healthcare.

The changes mean buyers can work with a vendor and partner with them over a longer period, share roadmaps with and join the transformation journey the sector is undergoing.


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