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 will be able to apply to Digital Outcomes and Specialists when it opens during the week beginning 7 December.
Government departments and wider public sector organisations use the Digital Marketplace to find and compare suppliers who can help them deliver world-class digital services.
The Digital Marketplace is transforming the way the public sector commissions digital and cloud services, by making it simpler, clearer and faster for them to buy what they need.
Tony Singleton said in his post ‘Redesigning the Digital Services framework’ that we’d publish an analysis of the themes that came out of the market engagement event on 23 August.
As well as getting Digital Services 2 (DS2) ready for launch this week and making progress on the Digital Services framework redesign, we've been making some significant changes to the Digital Marketplace and G-Cloud functionality.
With Digital Services 2 (DS2) currently in the supplier evaluation stage we're already working on the redesigned Digital Services framework (DS3). We’re taking into account all the feedback on Digital Services 1 from user research (both buyers and suppliers), social …
For some time, the Digital Marketplace has been synonymous with G-Cloud. However, our ambition has always been for the Digital Marketplace to make it clearer, simpler and faster for those transforming public services to buy what they need. To accomplish …
We’ve been working on providing buyers with better ways of finding the services that they are looking for on the Digital Marketplace. Feedback, user research and behaviour patterns emerging from our analytics have led to the most recent enhancements: Search …
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