Last month, we told buyers and suppliers that new G-Cloud features will be available soon. The first of these features is now live and G-Cloud suppliers can remove the services that they’re no longer able to provide. How to remove …
The G-Cloud 6 (G6) framework will be available on the Digital Marketplace until 1 August 2016. We’ve extended G6 for 6 months so that users can continue to buy and sell from both G6 and G-Cloud 7 while we’re working …
The Digital Marketplace made the buying process simpler, clearer and faster for the Suffolk and Norfolk constabularies. Stephen Perrins explains how.
The Digital Marketplace made the procurement process simpler, clearer and faster for the Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale. Claire Broadbent explains how. Describe your role I’m the team leader for performance and business intelligence at Calderdale Council. My team is responsible …
The Digital Marketplace made the procurement process simpler, clearer and faster for the DVSA. Andrew McHattie explains how.
We carry out user research for the Digital Marketplace to help us build a service that meets user needs.
We’ve been working with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and the Government Legal Department (GLD) to find an efficient, legally compliant way for G-Cloud suppliers to update their services.
In June, Warren Smith, our Head of Strategy, blogged about how the Government Digital Service (GDS) and the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) were working together to redesign the Digital Services framework.
Suppliers can now apply to sell their services through the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework on the Digital Marketplace. Before you start the application process, find out if you’re a suitable supplier and whether you can offer services that fit
Digital Outcomes and Specialists will open for applications soon. When the procurement is live, the Government Digital Service (GDS) and the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) have to follow strict guidelines when answering questions from suppliers.