Digital Outcomes and Specialist Framework 6 (DOS6)

by | Jul 29, 2022

Crown Commercial Supplier

We’re thrilled to announce that SVGC has been approved as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service DOS6 Framework, in the following two lots, Digital Outcomes and User Research Participants.

The DOS6 Framework is designed to help the public sector buy, design, build and deliver bespoke solutions that support digital transformation of public services, and is now the primary way that central government buys the skills and services required to build digital teams.

For the procurement of digital teams or individuals, the public sector uses the Digital Marketplace to source trusted suppliers, like SVGC, on the DOS6 Framework, assured in the knowledge that the DOS6 acts as an agreement between suppliers and government- all suppliers agree to the same terms when they apply.

There are many benefits to this approach. Not only is the buyer reassured they are working with trusted, government approved experts, DOS6 also makes it easy for buyers and suppliers to communicate in a more productive way in advance of applying for a tender. This saves time, money and resources for both the buying organisation and the supplier.

On this achievement SVGC Managing Director, Dr Andrew Dixon said:

”We are thrilled to have yet another Crown Commercial Service Framework under our belts at SVGC. It’s great to be recognised for our continuing development and expertise within the digital transformation of public sector services. SVGC brings over 25 years’ experience working with the design and build of bespoke digital solutions and with our innovative approach we are continuously growing and evolving to provide even higher standards for the public sector.”

If you’d like to hear more about SVGC’s digital solutions or require some support, get in touch

DOS6 Framework Lots 1 & 3

1. Digital Outcomes
Rings

Performance analysis and data

Rings
Security
Rings

Service delivery

Rings

Software development

Rings
Support and operations
Rings
Testing and auditing
Rings
User experience and design
Rings
User research
3. User Research Participants
Rings
Participant characteristics
Rings
Assisted digital and accessibility requirements
Rings
Location
Rings
Number of research rounds
Rings
Number of participants per round
Rings
Research dates and times

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