Government to launch digital framework

Montgomery, Angus
July 2013
Design Week (Online Edition);7/9/2013, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Government Procurement Service (GPS) is to establish of a digital framework that will provide design services to government departments in Great Britain. It notes on the lookout of the GPS for consultancies to join a tender that will provide the framework. It mentions that the move is intended to replace Central Office of Information rosters. It also emphasizes the deadline for receipt of tenders or requests on August 7, 2013.


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