Objectivity Gains New Digital Outcomes & Specialist Framework
- UK Public Sector companies set to benefit from Nearshoring IT -
Objectivity, bespoke software provider, is pleased to announce it has been included in the UK Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) framework. The new framework has been recently announced as a new initiative by the Government Digital Service, and Crown Commercial Services, as a replacement for the Digital Services Framework.
As a result of being included in the DOS framework, UK Public Sector organisations can now capitalise on Objectivity’s Agile IT development approach and put an end to slow, expensive and time consuming IT projects.
The DOS framework, which sits alongside G-Cloud 7 and Crown Hosting in the Digital Marketplace, is broken down into four separate categories of service: Digital Outcomes, Digital Specialists, User Research Studios and User Research Participants.
Kevin Cavanagh, Public Sector Manager at Objectivity, comments, “The latest development and creation of the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework opens up more options and additional reassurance for Public Sector companies looking to source services and solutions. The Public Sector is notorious for its stringent approach and high demands on IT partners, and we are pleased that we have been successful in our application to provide our exemplar teams and augmented resources to help meet Government demand.”
All public sector organisations can use the Digital Marketplace to find and buy cloud-based services, specialists who can work on digital projects and physical data centre space. The aim of the Digital Marketplace is to make the commissioning process simpler, clearer and faster.
Buying and selling through the DOS framework will:
reduce the time and cost traditionally associated with procurement allow buyers and suppliers to talk to each other so they can decide whether there is a good cultural fit give more suppliers the opportunity to support digital transformation across the whole of the public sector
Peter Brookes-Smith, Group Managing Director at Objectivity, adds: “Being part of the latest Public Sector initiative and framework is important. At Objectivity we pride ourselves in providing the best service and care possible when working with our clients. Public Sector companies often have a lot of pressure in respect of selecting, implementing and utilising IT services. We are pleased to work with our clients and build not only successful projects, but also successful partnerships for now and the future.”