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The government has asked for feedback on its first two iterations of the G-Cloud framework.
The CloudStore has had a mixed response since launch - mostly surrounding what has been perceived as a slow uptake.
However, the government is still confident in its success and is actively seeking the thoughts of its users to help improve the service, after the framework's second iteration was released last month.
"We are keen to be constantly developing and improving the G-Cloud Programme – our mantra has always been to not be afraid, just try something and then improve with the feedback received," said a post on the Civil Service blog.
The government however, are still keen to create a static framework so that it can be rolled over.
In the meantime, they've also updated the Framework Agreement - and asked simply - "So, what do you think?"
Feedback needs to be in by 17.00 on 30 November 2012, so whether you're a supplier or a buyer, this is your chance to give your views on the G-Cloud - email via firstname.lastname@example.org
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