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MASS becomes preferred supplier of digital services

Posted 17 February 2017 · Add Comment

Cohort company MASS has secured a place as a preferred supplier of digital services to the public sector by being named as a member of the Government's Digital Outcomes and Specialists Framework.



As part of the Digital Marketplace, MASS will be one of the digital specialists that Government departments and other public authority bodies will be able to turn to for individual specialist support when delivering projects and programmes.

The Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) framework aims to make the commissioning process simpler, clearer and faster.  It will give public sector buyers easy access to suppliers with the right capabilities, who comply with the Digital by Default Standard and align with the Government Digital Service Design Manual.  Buying and selling through the DOS framework will help to reduce the time and cost traditionally associated with such procurement.

MASS provides Cyber Security and Secure ICT networks, amongst other services, serving customers primarily in defence, security and law enforcements markets.  The solutions provided by MASS are tailored, integrated and critical to the customers’ ability to deliver effective operations. 

Ashley Lane, Managing Director of MASS said: “The Digital Marketplace is transforming the way the public sector commissions digital and cloud services, by making it simpler, clearer and faster for them to buy what they need. We are looking forward to continuing to support the Government, providing them with the specialist and agile services that they require”
 

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