The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) acts on behalf of the Crown to drive savings for the taxpayer and improve the quality of commercial and procurement activity. Now on G-Cloud 9 – its 9th iteration, the first version of G-Cloud was launched back in February, 2012. Since then, the framework has played an important role in making it easier for public sector organisations to access ‘pay-as-you-go’ cloud-based services via the Government’s Digital Marketplace.
Getting onto each version of G-Cloud involves completing a tendering process, and we have successfully maintained our place on the framework since its second iteration. The framework allows users to select from packaged services designed to suit varying budgets, making the process of selecting an agency or supplier easier. It also enables us to provide a broad spectrum of digital insights and services to government clients on a flexible basis.
Our Client Director for Government Ann-Marie Reacord said:
“Being on previous iterations of G-Cloud has been extremely beneficial for Redweb, with several new projects coming in from the Food Standards Agency, Department for Education and NHS BSA via the frameworks. We are delighted to have succeeded in our bid to remain on the frameworks and look forward to any future work being on G-Cloud 9 may bring.”
We have a strong record of delivering successful projects for major public sector bodies. Past and present clients include the Department for Education, HM Treasury, the Identity and Passport Service, the Scottish Parliament, and the Electoral Commission.
More recently we successfully designed and built the new responsive Iraq Inquiry website.
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