Crown Commercial Service (CCS)

Crown Commercial Service (CCS)

Royd Brayshay
22nd October 2018

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NewRedo Ltd. have been named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 (DOS3) framework.

Crown Commercial Service is an Executive Agency of the Cabinet Office,
supporting the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.

Becoming a supplier on this framework means NewRedo’s software development services have been measured against the CCS’s strict requirements for quality and value. Meeting this standard and being included in this framework makes our services and experience available to any organisation within the public sector.

The DOS3 framework offers several cost saving benefits to public sector organisations, including being:

  • Free to use.
  • Reducing the need for organisations to create in house procurement processes.
  • Simplifying engagement through standard call-off terms and conditions.
  • Flexibility to adapt to a range of situations and organisational needs.

To find out more about CCS, visit www.gov.uk/ccs

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