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Amey Consulting reappointed to Government Digital Outcomes and Solutions framework

by Liam Turner
Digital Outcomes and Solutions

Amey Consulting has been reappointed to the Crown Commercial Service’s Digital Outcomes and Solutions framework (DOS5) following its reappointment to the G-Cloud 12 framework last year. 

Crown Commercial Service (CCS), which is the UK’s largest public procurement organisation, supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services, and in 2019/20, helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits worth over £1bn.

The Digital Outcomes and Solutions and G-Cloud frameworks were established to provide UK public sector clients with access to specialist digital and data expertise in order to support the successful delivery of digital transformation programmes and to help drive business outcomes through better use of data.

The appointment enables Amey Consulting to continue support to public sector clients in driving transformation through data, with its growing team of digital and data specialists.

Amey Consulting’s managing director Alex Gilbert said: “It’s fantastic to have re-secured our place on these frameworks; our advisory business has grown rapidly over the past five years in response to increasing demand from our customers to transform the way in which they use data to drive business outcomes, improve performance and optimise the management of networks, assets and services. This appointment further strengthens our commitment to supporting public sector clients embrace a digital future.”

DOS5 can be used by all public sector organisations to find suppliers who can design, build and provide bespoke digital services using an agile approach.

Buyers can also use this agreement to find physical space in which to conduct user research or users with the appropriate characteristics to test your service

The new agreement will replace Digital Outcomes and Specialists 4 (RM1043.6) which will end on 30 June 2021 and will run for 12 months. The duration may be extended up to a further 12 months from the initial expiry date.

Call-off contracts placed under this agreement will have a maximum duration of two years. 

Amey is a leading infrastructure services and engineering company, which employs over 16,000 people and is a trusted partner of Government – both national and local – managing assets and complex projects that are vital to the sustainable growth of the country.

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