Framework Agreement Rm1557.10

G-Cloud (RM1557.12) is a framework in which cloud-based solutions are made available to vendors through a front-end catalog called the Digital Marketplace. G-Cloud Framework is the perfect place for companies considering selling their cloud-based solutions to the UK government. Find out what`s sold on G-Cloud, what makes a good list, and even tips on how to market and sell the framework. The Digital Marketplace Buyers Guide and framework agreement describe four different types of criteria that you can use to evaluate pre-selected suppliers under M.E.A.T.: The Digital Marketplace and all the frameworks it contains are managed by Crown Commercial Service (CCS). CSC is an executive agency and business fund of the UK Government`s Cabinet Office. Its mission is to improve the government`s commercial and procurement activities. The G-Cloud Framework is divided into categories (batches) and providers can apply for one or three depending on the solutions they offer to the public sector. G-Cloud`s batches have come a long way since their inception, with a lot of growth over the years! Currently G-Cloud 3 Lots: we could not talk about information security and not mention the GDPR and the G-Cloud. Prior to May 2018, ccS informed all G-Cloud providers that they were updating the terms of the G-Cloud Framework in accordance with the GDPR. Just like your marketing strategy, your distribution strategy should be tailored to the public sector. We always give some good recommendations to suppliers on what to do during the application phase – after all, it`s just a matter of getting into the framework. To make the list on the G-Cloud framework, you don`t need to have formal security certifications. So, if you want to get an advantage over a competitor, get accredited in any case! For more information about ISO27001 and its impact on the framework, visit our blog “G-Cloud 9 data security: beyond the lollipop lady”.

As part of the G-Cloud framework agreement and the call contract, there are now specific clauses that cover the provider`s requirements under the GDPR. We also recommend that vendors describe their information security processes and internal GDPR procedures in their service definitions. Suppliers are required to provide their current terms and conditions. In G-Cloud 9, 50% of vendors that sell zero have non-compliant CMs. The terms of service you provide cannot be changed while the frame is live….