We are pleased to announce that we have secured a place on the G-Cloud 8 procurement framework.
The framework, which forms a major part of the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Digital Marketplace, offers small-to-medium businesses the opportunity to list and promote their digital services to government departments, local authorities, emergency services, education, and public sector bodies.
Only suppliers who meet the strict requirements set by the Government for providing secure services to enterprise environments are accepted onto the Marketplace.
Launched in 2012, the platform acts as a one-stop-shop for the public sector to source bespoke digital solutions. The Marketplace streamlines the tendering process – allowing businesses to compete in the competitive digital landscape, and maximise savings for the taxpayer.
We offer a wide range of solutions on G-Cloud, including, but not limited to, web design, web development, wireframing, engagement workshops, cloud hosting and search engine optimisation.
Connect’s joint Managing Directors, Carole Boardman and Janet Symes said: “We are delighted to have secured a place on the G-Cloud 8 framework. Connect have featured on the framework since G-Cloud 2, and we continue to deliver solutions that drive commercial and operational improvements, and deliver key objectives for our public sector clients.
“We have applied our extensive experience by tailoring a number of our solutions for the framework, with each specifically designed to fulfil the high standards of security, resiliency and compliancy set by the Government for the Digital Marketplace.”
Clients won through the Digital Marketplace include; Charity Commission, Competition and Markets Authority, Ministry of Justice, Serious Fraud Office and the UK Space Agency.
For more information about our place on the framework, or to discuss your requirements, contact Beth James on 0151 282 4321 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about G-Cloud, visit the Digital Marketplace.
For more information about the Crown Commercial Service, visit their website.
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