We expect to open G-Cloud 8 (G8) for supplier applications in mid May. To help suppliers prepare, we’re sharing part of the application process now.
In mid May, suppliers will be able to apply to supply their services to government through the latest iteration of the G-Cloud framework, G-Cloud 8 (G8). At the moment, cloud services are available through G-Cloud 6 (G6) and G-Cloud 7 …
We expect G-Cloud 8 (G8) to be open for applications on 17 May and G8 services to be available in the Digital Marketplace on 1 August. Here’s the provisional G8 timetable. A couple of changes from G-Cloud 7 The G8 …
Suppliers will be able to apply to offer their services through G-Cloud 8 (G8) in mid May and we expect that G8 services will be available to buy on the Digital Marketplace in August. To give interested suppliers a chance …
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.
The G-Cloud 6 (G6) framework will be available on the Digital Marketplace until 1 August 2016.
The Digital Marketplace made the procurement process simpler, clearer and faster for the Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale. Claire Broadbent explains how.
The Digital Marketplace made the procurement process simpler, clearer and faster for the DVSA. Andrew McHattie explains how.
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.
G-Cloud 7 (G7) services went live on the Digital Marketplace on 23 November. The public sector now has access to more services and suppliers of different sizes across the UK.