In my last blog post on redesigning Digital Services I said that we’re looking at applying user-centred design principles to the framework agreement and call-off contract.
Before the pre-election period, we said that we’d be starting afresh with Digital Services. Tony Singleton also shared our current thinking in his June update.
In our recent monthly update we mentioned that the number of responses to the Digital Services 2 (DS2) OJEU was larger than we’d expected. As a result, the evaluation of the bids has taken longer than we had anticipated.
One of the aims of the Digital Marketplace, as mentioned in our March strategy, is to make technology and digital frameworks available so that the public sector has one place to go to buy what it needs to build world-class digital services.
All the answers to the clarification questions have been published on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) eSourcing Portal. The clarification questions are all questions that have been asked by suppliers going through the application process. The reverse auction We’ve already …
At the end of the month, Digital Marketplace will be the place to buy G-Cloud services. This means that we will be switching off CloudStore. Why we are building Digital Marketplace As part of transforming the way the public sector …
One of the most common questions we’re asked when we’re doing user research for the Digital Marketplace is “When is this going live?”