Monday, 2 February 2015

G Cloud

The G Cloud is a detailed and secure Cloud system offered by the Government, and as of today (Monday 2nd February 2015), is available to provide approved technology services.

The great news is that we at Claritas are now an official supplier for the Government Framework and will provide project managers in the public sector for specialist IT projects within the Cloud hemisphere to include software design, testing and deployment, service and systems management, integration and enterprise architecture. This provides a significant opportunity to increase our business within this sector for the first time.

The G Cloud 6 framework gives access to government departments, devolved administrations, local authorities, blue light services, wider public sector bodies and arm’s length bodies, enabling us to quote for our extensive, expert IT services.

The G Cloud is key in transforming the way the public sector buys digital and tech services, the Government is developing a clearer, simpler and faster tool to help support the process. The new Digital Marketplace aims to become the single place for all of government to buy what it needs to design, build and support its digital services. The “Digital Marketplace” replaces and consolidates CloudStore as the new home for G-Cloud services and also for the Digital Services framework.

Quote from Gov: “We want to make it easier for public sector organisations to find the information they need to buy the right services. That means we have made changes to the way suppliers’ services are presented on the Digital Marketplace.”

Our managing director, Glenn Scaife, said: “This is very much part of our ongoing strategy to provide specialist services, especially the all-important security, for any organisation in the Public Sector. We already have strong links with some high profile public sector organisations and are actively working to extend our trusted and expert resource to others.”

For more information, contact us on 0845 639 9661.

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