The Digital Outcomes and Specialists procurement framework will launch in early in 2016.
The upcoming launch of the Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) framework, which replaces the Digital Services agreement in name and function, is used to commission bespoke digital services…
“Getting traction for ground-breaking technologies with major corporates and the public sector is demanding enough without having to navigate procurement protocols not designed for SMEs. DOS is one of several initiatives the Cabinet Office supports to give SMEs a level playing field…”
Green Lemon’s CEO, Matt Thompsett
The renamed framework title was confirmed in October 2015 by government digital commercial programme director Tony Singleton, who said the rebranding represented a continuation of existing work around revising how the third iteration of DSF would function – rather than a complete change in focus.
DSF2 is currently hosted on the Digital Marketplace platform along with other government procurement frameworks like G-Cloud.
Green Lemon Company has commissioned local consultants, Advice Cloud, to assist the company in its submission. The enosiX Framework and Odin Axe technologies that are the core software components of Green Lemon’s Enterprise Mobility Consulting & Systems Integration services and are prime examples of the sort of revolutionary technologies that DOS [DSF2] strives to ‘bring to market’.
The next milestone for the company will be its application to the G-Cloud framework in summer 2016.
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