For the first time, Jisc has been named as a recognised supplier of cloud computing services to government bodies through the major procurement framework G-Cloud 11.
The G-Cloud 11 agreement gives central government, local councils, NHS Trusts and other public sector bodies a way to purchase Jisc cloud solutions from a single, central website. This gives customers an easy and reliable procurement route rather than having to negotiate these services individually.
Now the G-Cloud 11 contracts have been awarded, Jisc’s cloud solutions are live on the government’s Digital Marketplace.
Our director of cloud, Josh Fry, said:
“We are delighted to be recognised as a credible supplier of cloud computing solutions and to have our services offered through the G-Cloud 11 framework.
This is in line with our vision of being the number one trusted provider of cloud solutions supporting our members in UK higher and further education and research, as well as the public sector and charities. We work to empower all of our customers in their use of cloud.”
A total of 4,200 suppliers are named on the new G-Cloud agreement, with more than 31,000 services now available for public service customers. £4.79bn has been spent through G-Cloud since 2012.
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