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The Crown Commercial Service’s Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 (DOS3) framework agreement has opened for business, with 94 per cent of suppliers SMEs.
Approximately £500 million has been spent through the framework since its inception, with over £198 million going to SMEs. DOS3 will support new companies to supply government, while also giving current suppliers the opportunity to update their service offer and pricing.
Niall Quinn, Director Technology Strategic Category at CCS, said: “DOS3 enables hundreds of new suppliers to be able to provide services to the public sector and further underpins the Government’s work to level the playing field for small and medium-sized businesses. The success of DOS2 was built on creating a Community of Practice to help share best practice to clearly define problems and we will continue to build on this with DOS3.”
Since 1997 e3 have worked with many government agencies, departments and NGO’s including The Environment Agency, National Archives, Natural England, Civil Service Learning, English Heritage, Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, Dept. of Work and Pensions and the Border and Immigration Agency.