Cranford Group announce successful inclusion in the new Digital Outcomes Specialists (DOS 3) procurement framework.1st October, 2018
Procurement and the public sector
The digital marketplace is making it easier for organisations across the public and private sector to find and buy what they need across the cloud sector.
As digital services become more and more prevalent in our day to day lives so too does the demand for specialist technical employees or contractors to help build these services.
Alongside G-Cloud, the Government Digital Services (GDS) and the Crown Commercial Services have just introduced the revised Digital Outcomes Specialists framework or DOS 3.
This framework has 4 different categories of services within it which are :
User research studios
User research participants
You can read more about the Digital Marketplace on their blog here
Alex Wilkinson, Client Delivery Director at Cranford Group commented
“ At Cranford we pride ourselves on reacting quickly to market conditions and client demand and need, when it comes to tailoring the right resources for them in a scaleable way.
We had been receiving increasing numbers of enquiries from organisations operating within the public sector around the potential merits of working collaboratively.
Through the G-Cloud government procurement system we had already successfully placed a number of key professional resources into government departments and the next natural step was to look towards growing this offering.
We are delighted that our offering is aligned with the specialists that the government require through the DOS 3 framework.
Our cloud offering across the public and private sector continues to go from strength to strength.
There is no doubt that we are motivated and excited to be able to offer our candidates the opportunity to work within such strategic and valuable digital services roles to help shape future government digital services.
To find out more about Cranford Groups services see our homepage here
You can get in touch with Alex here
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