In late 2016, suppliers applied to provide services through Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2. All Digital Outcomes and Specialists suppliers needed to apply to Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2 to continue selling their services.
In July, Jason Waterman, Deputy Director of Disputes and Policy Implementation at Crown Commercial Service (CCS), and I wrote about how Government Digital Service (GDS) and CCS are going to be working together to design government contracts for the digital …
Suppliers who applied to supply their services through G-Cloud 8 (G8) will find out the result of their application by the end of the day today.
This is a joint blog post written by Jason Waterman from the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), and Warren Smith from Government Digital Service (GDS).
Last month I wrote a post about how government is supporting open data standards in public procurement and contracting.
Government spends a huge amount of money through contracts each year. Unfortunately, at the moment, data about these contracts and the suppliers that win them isn’t available as easily as it should be.
In June, Warren Smith, our Head of Strategy, blogged about how the Government Digital Service (GDS) and the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) were working together to redesign the Digital Services framework.
If you applied to G-Cloud 7 (G7), you’ll receive a letter on 9 November through your Digital Marketplace account to tell you the result of your application. All applicants will receive an email when their letter is ready to download.
We published the Digital Marketplace strategy in March 2015. It’s made up of 7 action points that outline our commitments for developing and growing the Digital Marketplace as a commissioning platform.
In my last blog post, Redesigning Digital Services: Creating simpler and clearer contracts, I talked about the user need for plain English in government contracts.