The Digital Services 2 framework (DS2) is now live on the Digital Marketplace with 169 suppliers, 77% of which are small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The Digital Services 1 agreement (DS1) expires on 8 August 2015.
Digital Marketplace team
The Digital Marketplace made the procurement process simpler, clearer and faster for the National Audit Office. Nick Halliday explains how.
We’ve talked before about the work we’re doing with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) to improve the Digital Services framework.
The Digital Marketplace’s main purpose is to make it simpler, clearer and faster for those in the public sector to buy what they need to transform their services.
We are pleased to confirm that Intention to Award (ITA) letters have now been issued for Digital Services 2.
The Digital Marketplace makes it simpler, clearer and faster for the public sector to buy what they need to build world-class services.
In our recent monthly update we mentioned that the number of responses to the Digital Services 2 (DS2) OJEU was larger than we’d expected. As a result, the evaluation of the bids has taken longer than we had anticipated.
The G-Cloud 5 (G5) framework will be available on the Digital Marketplace for another 6 months, in line with the terms of the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU).