After being approved for the government’s Cyber Essentials certification, we’re delighted to announce that for the first time, 93digital has been accepted onto the UK government’s PSL for the creation of digital products and services. The Digital Marketplace framework is as the name suggests, a marketplace for public sector organisations, including ministerial departments, to help them find the right people, processes and technology for ground-breaking digital projects.
We’re very happy to announce that the new framework includes 93digital, specifically for Digital Outcomes, which relates to the contribution of delivery for any digital service required.
The framework gives public sector organisations direct access to pre-approved digital services specialist providers in a simple, easy to use way since 2015, which has transformed the manner in which the government procures its digital requirements.
The new framework is the latest iteration of the digital marketplace, which has been in place since January 2017.
It means a digital by default platform which has thus far delivered a quicker, smoother and more transparent process for organisations and suppliers alike. It reduces the time and cost associated with procurement, giving buyers and suppliers the opportunity to talk directly in order to decide whether there is a good fit, which is in keeping with the manner we aim to do business at 93digital.
This won’t be the first time we’ve worked with government bodies, as we currently enjoy a long-standing relationship with The Commonwealth, and have completed projects in the past for London Councils, and East Sussex Council to name only 2.
Managing Director of 93digital Alex Price said, “We’re delighted to have been chosen as a potential supplier to GDS, the government’s digital service offering. Having already worked with London Councils and The Commonwealth on delivering key digital services, we hope to continue to provide tangible business results for our clients, one of whom we hope, will be Her Majesty’s Government.”