Government Digital Service (GDS) Advisory has named Made Tech as the latest supplier on their Digital Capability for Urgent DDaT Requirements contracts.
The two-year contract allows pan-government and arm’s-length bodies (ALBs) to secure digital expertise within 5-10 days to deliver outcomes for time-constrained DDaT projects. Providing a “delivery bridge” where government bodies need capability but lack the time to go to market.
Made Tech is one of 4 suppliers awarded through the DOS framework. Each supplier will be allocated work on a rotational basis as and when requests for support are received by GDS Advisory.
The suppliers will support OGDs and ALBs in the design, build and delivery of digital services.. This includes architecture, security, policy, service and product management, finance, and delivery management. They will also provide knowledge transfer back into the departments. Increasing capabilities and ability to build and run the services.
Ian Southward, Chief Commercial Officer at Made Tech said: “GDS Advisory’s urgent requirement contracts have provided the government with fast access to digital expertise allowing them to deliver on critical policy, evolving user needs and the transformation and delivery of public services. We are thrilled to have been selected by GDS Advisory to continue this great work, with our full spectrum of DDaT capabilities.”