Cath Rooney talks about how we've been applying the GDS design principles to government procurement.
Last week we wrote that we would be opening applications for Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2 a little later than expected. We needed some more time to prepare a small number of changes to the framework terms and conditions.
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.
We've been continuously improving the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework since it arrived on the Digital Marketplace in April.
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.
We recently blogged about our plans to do a discovery for G-Cloud 9 (G9). Although this piece of work hasn’t started just yet, we’re already thinking about what we need to find out.
Since the ‘earliest usable product’ of the Digital Outcomes and Specialists buying journey went live at the end of April, over 110 opportunities for work in the public sector have been published on the Digital Marketplace.
Last month I wrote a post about how government is supporting open data standards in public procurement and contracting.
Since Digital Outcomes and Specialists services became available on 27 April, we’ve been gathering and prioritising feedback from users.