Xpertex wins place on UK government Digital Outcomes Specialist 3 Framework

Xpertex are pleased to announce that we have been selected as service providers for the UK Government ‘Digital Outcomes Specialist 3’ Framework, also known as DOS3.

The DOS3 framework has been developed by the Crown Commercial Service, it allows any UK public sector organisations to identify and procure technical and advisory services from a range of providers.

Xpertex are well known and highly regarded for our work with customers in technology advisory and consulting domains. Being recognised on DOS3 as a provider of services covering cyber security, data science and data engineering, development, business analysis and programme delivery is another milestone for the company.

Xpertex CEO, Joel Sweeney commented, “The demand for high quality, technology services is higher than ever. Our consultants have a deep understanding of the UK public sector and the vast majority of all of our staff hold UK government security clearances. Our ability to help our customers and focus on front-line outcomes whilst maintaining an eye on budgetary constraints is one of the reasons why we have an enduring relationship with many public sector bodies. We are looking forward to promoting our activities and our IT infrastructure and information security and cyber practices via this new route.”.

Xpertex Business Development Manager, Roland Malcolm welcomed the news further, “The G-Cloud and DOS frameworks account for over £3.5Bn of government spend annually. For a specialist technology business like Xpertex, the DOS3 framework makes our services accessible and discoverable by hundreds of organisations. We welcome the chance to compete in the market with global businesses and household names. Xpertex will be promoting our skills and services actively as we embrace this opportunity to broaden our public sector customer base.”

About the Digital Marketplace

All public sector organisations can use the Digital Marketplace to find people and technology for digital projects. These services and personnel cover:

  • cloud hosting, software and support, for example content delivery networks or accounting software
  • physical datacentre space for legacy systems
  • digital specialists, for example developers and content designers
  • digital outcomes, for example a booking system beta or an accessibility audit
  • user research participants and labs

Buying services through frameworks is faster and cheaper than entering into individual procurement contracts.

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