Read how the Digital Marketplace aims to provide more support for local authorities and the wider public sector.
In the last blog post of the series, Warren Smith talks about what is next for the Digital Marketplace.
Digital Outcomes and Specialists was due to close to new opportunities on 2 December 2016. We’ve extended it to make sure that buyers can continue to buy services
Cath Rooney talks about how we've been applying the GDS design principles to government procurement.
Last week we celebrated the second birthday of the Digital Marketplace. It’s been an exciting year with the service reaching over 1 million visitors and exceeding £1.5 billion in sales.
You can now apply to offer your digital specialist services to government through the Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2 framework.
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.
Some suppliers have told us that they’re not sure whether they should be selling their services through the G-Cloud framework or the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework.
Cooperation and collaboration are guiding tenets for the people transforming government services and departments. In my most recent blog post about the Digital Marketplace vision, I focused on the importance of extending these principles to include the government’s digital and …
The date for the Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2 framework will be delayed for a short time, meaning we won’t be able to open applications on 1 November as previously communicated.