Dept has been accepted as a supplier on the Government’s Digital Outcomes and Specialists Framework. The agency, which was previously known as Building Blocks, has announced that its range of services will be available to public sector buyers via the Digital Marketplace.
The framework is for public bodies to directly procure specialists from a list of compliant digital services suppliers. It is the result of the Government’s commitment to making it easier for suppliers to sell their services to assist public sector organisations in designing, building and delivering their ideal digital outcomes, using an agile approach.
"We're glad to have been accepted as a supplier on the new Digital Framework."
Jasper van de Luijtgaarden, Managing Director at Dept, said “We have vast experience in helping our clients to accelerate their digital reality, and we look forward to helping the public sector benefit from our skills and experience.”
This is the first UK Government Framework that Dept has applied to be on, but has previous experience of working with public sector organisations from its client portfolio in Ireland. Dept’s Dublin-based division has worked with organisations including the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, Gas Networks Ireland and EirGrid for many years.
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