Ahead of G-Cloud 8 (G8) opening for supplier applications next week, a few of our users have asked if there will be a ‘copy services’ feature to speed up their application.
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.
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.
G-Cloud 7 (G7) is due to go live on the Digital Marketplace on Monday 23 November. If you were a successful applicant, we’ll make your services available on the Digital Marketplace.
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.
The deadline for submitting applications to the G-Cloud 7 framework (G7) is 3pm (BST) on Tuesday 6 October 2015. Suppliers who are applying to G7 may find the following recap useful.
Moving to the G-Cloud 7 framework The latest iteration of the G-Cloud framework, G-Cloud 7 (G7), is now open for applications.
Public sector organisations use the Digital Marketplace to find and compare cloud-based services, like web hosting or site analytics.
We want to give suppliers the chance to prepare for G-Cloud 7 (G7) before it’s open for applications. To apply to become a G7 supplier, you need to make the supplier declaration, and add services on the Digital Marketplace.