Concept Information Technology Awarded G-Cloud 12

Leading technology recruitment consultancy, Concept Information Technology, is proud to announce its acceptance onto the latest Crown Commercial Service’s framework: G-Cloud 12.

The latest iteration of the G-Cloud framework now focuses on scalability, quick access and reduced overall cost for public sector organisations looking to utilise technology innovators across a breadth of sectors.

Through the Digital Marketplace platform, public sector clients can self-serve through their extensive catalogue of IT services.

Concept in particular has been accepted for all of its Tactical Resource Management and Capability as a Service (CaaS) solutions encompassing: Architecture, Programme and Project Management, Analysis, PMO, Design & Development, Test Strategy, Cloud Transformation, Cyber Security, Data Science and Government Digital Service. All of which are solution-focused and offered on an agile ‘pay as you go’ basis.

Having worked with the public sector for just shy of 20 years, Concept has always endeavoured to stay up to date with all the latest frameworks and accreditations to remain 100% accessible.

Technology Contract Director, Martin Shuter who has worked tirelessly on the creation of these solutions, was delighted by the news and had the following to say:

“We’re very pleased to have made it onto the framework once again across such a range of specialisms. Being able to continue supplying incredible technology experts to our public sector clients is and always has been very important to us as a business, especially during such trying times.

Concept is proud to be able to ease some of the strain on the public sector by making the sourcing and selection of technology skillsets simple, quick and successful with our Tactical Resource Management and Capability as a Service offering.”

For more information on the services Concept can offer on Digital Marketplace and how to access them, please contact Martin Shuter on 07951847750.

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19th October

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