Dos2 Framework Agreement
The objective of buying and selling through the framework of digital results and specialists is to reduce the time and costs that are traditionally related to procurement. It will allow buyers and suppliers to talk to each other to decide if there is a good fit and to allow more suppliers to support digital transformation across the public sector. Connect to emails about when you can apply and get updates for frameworks. Our advice to suppliers gives us information on the number of times the vendor application framework is open: www.gov.uk/guidance/digital-outcomes-and-specialists-suppliers-guide#when-to-apply-to-the-framework launched in 2014, the Digital Marketplace – the generic term for both DOS and its sister image work, the G-Cloud – is changing the way the public sector controls digital and cloud services by making it easier for them to buy more easily, more clearly and faster than what they need. All public sector organizations, including agencies and governments, can use the Digital Marketplace to find and purchase cloud-based services, specialists who can work on digital projects and a physical data room. It is essential that the DOS framework, in particular, be used to support specific “results” that allow the buyer to define what he is trying to achieve, build or create and form a team around it. As soon as they accept it, the agreement will appear to be counter-signed. Crown Commercial Service (CCS) manages the framework, for example. B terms and conditions, supplier evaluations and compliance. Government Digital Service (GDS) manages the Digital Marketplace service. You can apply to provide services in many categories. If you are accepted into the framework, you cannot provide services in a category you have not logged in to. Despite these promising signs, the framework of digital results and experts have been criticized in advance by providers, who say that a list of digital services available transparently in an online shop for the public research and purchasing sector carries risks that devalue the capabilities needed to deliver the desired results.
Digital is not a raw material service, because in many cases the public sector needs advanced skills and skills to work on complex projects, rather than putting specialists or services off the shelf. In February 2016, the Government Digital Service (GDS) and the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) will replace Digital Services 2 (DS2) with outcomes and digital specialists (DOS). All providers currently under DS2 should address digital results and specialists. The new framework, which will be held alongside G-Cloud and Crown Hosting in the Digital Marketplace, will be divided into four distinct service categories. In addition to the potential fears of digital advertising, there are also concerns that a framework inviting the buyer to define both the services and the necessary results could lead to a wide dissemination of projects, or even to vague possibilities, where the “result” is such that the “result” is something that ultimately excludes SMEs and leaves the door open to large SIS.