NG Bailey’s IT Services division is targeting high profile, high value public sector contracts following its qualification and certification to participate in three major public sector procurement frameworks: G-Cloud’s CloudStore, the government’s central network and dedicated cloud services procurement framework; Transport for London’s (TfL) Framework Agreement for the Supply of IT and Telecoms Installation Services and Related Design Services and Associated Good Supply Framework and Lewisham Council’s ‘LIFE2014’ ICT Framework for Education.
Scott Baker, head of new business, NG Bailey’s IT Services division, comments: “For some years we have been delivering high-profile, high-quality contracts in the private sector, across converged solutions, electronic security, data centres, cloud infrastructure and a host of other IT services. We now plan to use this expertise to build on our successes in the public sector too. We understand the pressures that publicly funded organisations are facing to deliver ICT projects under challenging conditions.
“ICT can make a huge contribution to learning in schools and productivity at work, so we want to use our expertise to ensure public expenditure delivers real value for money. These frameworks require us to be both cost competitive and transparent in our pricing, so establishing our participation was an obvious first step for us to take.”
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