The DOS framework, which replaces the previous incarnation, Digital Services 2, is a marketplace for public sector organisations, including executive agencies and arm’s length bodies, to help them find the right people and technology for digital projects. We’re very happy to announce that the new framework includes UXB London.
The framework gives public sector organisations direct access to approved specialist providers of digital services in a simple, easy to use way, transforming the process that the government procures its digital requirements.
The new framework is the latest iteration of the digital marketplace, which has been in place since November 2014.
It means a quicker, smoother and more transparent process for organisations and suppliers alike. It reduces the time and cost associated with procurement, giving buyers and suppliers the opportunity to talk directly in order to decide whether there is a good fit, which is more in keeping with the manner we like to do business at UXB.
This won’t be the first time we’ve worked with government bodies, as we currently enjoy a fruitful relationship with The Arts Council, and have completed projects in the past for the many Government Departments, the Ministry of Justice, The City of London, and TFL. Long may it continue, we say. The opportunity to contribute to building digital services and products that can benefit people in a tangible way is part of the reason we do what we do.
If you’re not a government body and feeling a little left out with all the public sector love, chill your beans, It’s OK, we love commercial work too! Have a look at some of the work we’ve done for PepsiCo, BUPA and Cranfield School of Management or alternatively get in touch with Sean or Jeremy at UXB.