When Digital Outcomes and Specialists went live, suppliers had 2 weeks to apply to each opportunity. However, buyers have told us the buying process is taking too long
The G-Cloud 7 (G7) framework will be available on the Digital Marketplace until 22 May 2017. We’ve extended G7 for 6 months so that users can continue to buy and sell from both G7 and G-Cloud 8 while we’re working …
Today we are emailing G-Cloud 8 (G8) suppliers to ask them to agree to a proposed ‘contract variation’. What suppliers need to know In the answers provided to suppliers while G8 was open for applications, the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) …
With over 170 opportunities now published on the Digital Marketplace, suppliers have told us it’s hard to find the opportunities they’re interested in.
G8 has attracted a higher number of new suppliers than any previous iteration of the G-Cloud framework. G-Cloud 8 (G8) services went live on the Digital Marketplace on 1 August. The public sector now has access to more services and …
User feedback is an essential part of our work to improve Digital Marketplace for both buyers and suppliers. In our last post, we spoke about some of the things we’ve already done for our users to help make things better.
We've been continuously improving the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework since it arrived on the Digital Marketplace in April.
Suppliers who applied to supply their services through G-Cloud 8 (G8) will find out the result of their application by the end of the day today.
If you’ve applied to supply your services through the G-Cloud 8 framework, you’ll find out the result of your application by the end of the day on Monday 18 July.
This is a joint blog post written by Jason Waterman from the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), and Warren Smith from Government Digital Service (GDS).
I recently blogged about how government is supporting open data standards in public procurement and contracting and what we’re doing to move towards an open standard for public procurement and contracting data.