Dimension Data offers wider public sector support via CCS

Channel Procurement

Services are now available through the UK Crown Commercial Services’ Technology Services Framework, including networking and server support

Dimension Data has announced that a number of its services are now available through the UK Crown Commercial Services’ (CCS) Technology Services Framework (RM1058).

Public sector organisations can now commission a range of Dimension Data’s services through this latest framework, including network management – comprising performance management and optimisation, troubleshooting, device configuration and network monitoring.

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The Cabinet Office sponsored CCS brings together policy, advice and direct buying, providing quality-controlled commercial services to UK public sector organisations while at the same time saving money for the taxpayer.

Its new Technology Services Framework enables local, regional and national public organisations to easily compare and contrast the technology services offered by all accredited suppliers, dramatically simplifying their procurement processes. It replaces the IT Managed Services Framework (RM717).

As more and more public sector organisations leverage technology to share information and improve the accessibility of their services, it has become absolutely vital that their underlying networks and IT infrastructures are optimally managed and supported,” said Simon Haydn-Lee, sales director for the public sector at Dimension Data UK.

Dimension Data has a long heritage of designing and delivering bespoke managed services to all types of UK public sector bodies. Our inclusion in the new Technology Services Framework opens up these services to a great many more organisations.”

In addition to now having services available via the CCS Framework, Dimension Data services are also available via The Public Services Network (PSN), Janet and The UK government’s G-Cloud initiative.

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