Reed Professional Services are delighted to announce that we have been approved as a supplier on the governments Digital Outcomes and Specialities framework (DOS3). This comes after our announcement earlier this year of our appointment to the G-Cloud 10 framework, and in addition, we have also been accepted on the Management Consultancy Framework (MCF). Our appointment to these rigorously assessed platforms enables us to continue to offer consultancy, technology and digital transformation solutions to the wider public sector and is a testament to our previous and ongoing work with organisations such as the BBC and Defra.
The Digital Marketplace is transforming the way the public sector commission’s digital and cloud services, by making it simpler, clearer and faster for them to buy what they need.
All public sector organisations, including agencies and arm’s length bodies, can use the Digital Marketplace to find and buy cloud-based services, specialists who can work on digital projects and physical data centre space.
Reed Professional Services have been approved to offer services under the following areas:
1. Digital outcomes
Suppliers who can provide teams to build and support a digital service.
- 2. Digital specialists
Suppliers who can provide individual specialists to work on a service, programme or project. A digital specialist’s work must have deliverables and a defined scope.
Our appointment to the Management Consultancy Framework will also see us working with the public sector to offer wider business consultancy services.
The government’s aim is that the frameworks will provide public bodies with swift, efficient and effective access to the right suppliers, as part of their ongoing transformation strategy. You can read more about some of the issues at hand for the public sector in our Mind the Gap blog here.
It’s an exciting and challenging time ahead across the public sector, and we’re very pleased to be assisting our government partners in their transformation journey.