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Sales information

All suppliers that offer their services through the G-Cloud and Digital Services frameworks are required to provide monthly reports of invoiced sales to the Crown Commercial Service (CCS). We publish the updated figures on this page each month.

G-Cloud sales

G-Cloud figures last updated July 2016

Find out more about our sales figures on our dashboard.

Spend breakdown

£1,393,316,828 - current total (ex VAT) of reported G-Cloud sales, July 2016

54% of total sales by value and 62% by volume, from all reported G-Cloud sales to date, have been awarded to SMEs

76% of total sales by value were through Central Government; 24% through the wider public sector

Digital Services framework sales

Digital Services figures last updated August 2016

Spend breakdown

£82,176,641 - current total (ex VAT) of reported Digital Services framework sales, August 2016

35% of total sales by value to SMEs (£28,405,327)
85% of total sales by value were through Central Government; 15% through the wider public sector

G-Cloud data

Definition of an SME

An SME is defined as: Suppliers with 250 employees or less and whose annual turnover does not exceed €50m or annual balance sheet total does not exceed €43m. The organisation also has to be autonomous meaning is does not have more than 25% of its capital or voting rights owned by an organisation or multiple organisations that themselves do not meet the definition of an SME. Duplicates may occur as suppliers are listed on different framework iterations and over time, their status may have changed.