Magazine Button
ISG awarded place on UK Government’s G-Cloud 10 framework

ISG awarded place on UK Government’s G-Cloud 10 framework

CloudGovernmentTop StoriesUnited Kingdom

Information Services Group (ISG), a leading global technology research and advisory firm, has announced the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has awarded ISG a place on the UK Government’s latest G-Cloud framework, G-Cloud 10.

The award gives UK public sector organisations, including central government, local councils, NHS trusts and other bodies, access to ISG’s market-leading cloud advisory services, which can be procured through a centralised website.

In 2017, ISG was awarded a place on the CCS G-Cloud 9 framework, the predecessor to G-Cloud 10, as well as a place on the CCS Digital Outcomes Specialist Supplier (DOS2) framework, to help UK public sector organisations design, build and deliver digital programmes. Earlier this year, the CCS also awarded ISG a place on its Spend Analysis and Recovery Services (SARS) II framework, to provide telecommunications spend recovery services to the UK public sector.

G-Cloud 10 incorporates some 25,000 cloud services categorised into three lots: cloud hosting, cloud software and cloud support. The award to ISG will enable UK public sector organisations to quickly and cost-effectively leverage the firm’s extensive expertise in the following areas:

  • Cloud research and advisory services
  • Cloud network and software advisory services
  • Robotic process automation
  • Cloud sourcing
  • Cloud managed services
  • Cloud digital strategy and solutions
  • Cloud data and analytics

Phil Millward, ISG partner specialising in the UK public sector, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded a place on the G-Cloud 10 framework for cloud support. Our selection on this highly competitive framework is a testament to the experience ISG has in providing expert and reliable advice to its clients on integrating cloud-based technologies into their operations.

“Having recently been awarded a place on the UK government’s SARS II framework and as a chosen supplier on other government frameworks, including Digital Outcomes and Specialists, being selected as a G-Cloud 10 supplier further demonstrates ISG’s commitment to assist organisations across the UK public sector. We are keen to build on our excellent track record with government organisations and look forward to helping them deploy cloud services to cut costs and improve efficiency for UK taxpayers.”

Click below to share this article

Browse our latest issue

Magazine Cover

View Magazine Archive