We’re pleased to announce Bridgeall’s successful inclusion on the Crown Commercial Service, Digital Outcomes and Specialists 6 (DOS6) framework. Bridgeall has successfully listed on the Digital Outcomes and Specialist framework since its inception and has been a key partner to many public sector organisations.
This means government agencies will be able to purchase Bridgeall services in the following lots:
- Lot 1, Digital Outcomes – suppliers will provide teams to research, test, design, build, release, iterate, support or retire a digital service.
- Lot 2, Digital Specialists – suppliers will provide government departments and teams with individual specialists to deliver a specific outcome with defined Deliverables on a service, programme or project.
About Digital Outcomes and Specialists Framework
This procurement framework helps the public sector buy, design, build and deliver digital outcomes by finding appropriate specialists to deliver agile software development. It is the go-to digital marketplace for the public sector to procure access to digital specialists’ expertise from the supplier community. DOS6 is available to all public sector organisations, including agencies and bodies across Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Suppliers listed on this framework offer the highest quality in digital services, giving public sector bodies confidence that they will receive the best solutions from trusted suppliers. Bridgeall will make its full range of services available to the public sector via DOS6 including .Net Development, Microsoft 365, Power Platform, Data & Analytics and Azure.
Stephen Beer, Managing Director at Bridgeall said, “We are delighted to be listed on the Digital Outcomes and Specialists 6 framework. We have a solid history of supporting public sector organisations with digital services, and DOS6 provides a more accessible way for these organisations to receive the support they need to drive their digital transformation journey. We are very proud to have been successfully appointed to the framework.”