Transforming the future of the Public Sector demands an agile, flexible and scalable cloud platform. See how Oracle and Namos Solutions can help you start your ideal journey to the cloud.
In a period of unprecedented change, driven by population growth and the rise of digital natives, climate change, urbanisation, competition for visitors, residents and businesses, the public sector needs to enable smart, resilient governments and improve citizen experiences and business services.
To create attractive locations for visitors and citizens, the pressure is on to:
- Compete with nations, counties and cities
- Create new jobs and revenue
- Adopt a citizen-centric mindset
- Modernise and future-proof IT Systems
Find out how Namos are helping government and public agencies embrace innovative platforms and modern tools in order to deliver appealing and innovative services. We are currently helping many public sector bodies take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings provided by Oracle Cloud to engage with constituents and modernise government services.
Namos is a Crown Commercial Services Supplier
Namos is a Crown Commercial Services (CCS) supplier, having been awarded places on the G-Cloud and Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) frameworks. This means that as a pre-approved Digital Specialists supplier, government departments will find it easier to procure our award-winning digital transformation services.
Namos Solutions has been successfully listed as an approved G-Cloud 11 supplier by the UK Government.
Namos Solutions are pleased to have maintained our supplier status on the Crown Commercial Services, Digital Cloud Marketplace framework for the fourth consecutive year running. This achievement recognises the high ethical standards Namos adhere and operate to when working within the public sector.
The G-Cloud framework allows central government, local councils, NHS trusts and other public sector bodies to buy cloud-based services from a centralised website, making procurement easier and more transparent. G Cloud 11 is a commercial agreement that allows UK public sector bodies to choose and purchase cloud computing services covering infrastructure, platform, software and specialist cloud services. The framework is for commodity-based, pay-as-you go cloud services across three lots.
Namos has been granted supplier status in all 3 lots:
- Cloud Hosting
- Cloud Software
- Cloud Support
Chris Mason, CEO of Namos Solutions said, “We are delighted to be selected on the UK Government’s latest iteration of G Cloud. We look forward to continuing to deliver excellence as well as growing our reputation further as we continue to increase our client base in the public sector.”
To find out more about G-Cloud, please log onto the UK Government’s Digital Marketplace.
Click here to view our listing for Cloud Hosting Services
Click here to view our listing for Cloud Software
Click here to view our listing for Cloud Support
Digital Outcomes and Specialists
Namos Solutions has been appointed to the UK Government’s Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) framework as a supplier of digital services to public sector bodies.
Accessed through the Digital Marketplace, the DOS framework is an agreement designed by CCS and Government Digital Service (GDS) to help the public sector buy, design, build and deliver digital transformation projects.
As a Digital Specialists supplier, government departments will find it easier to procure Namos Solution’s award-winning digital transformation services through the new framework and can rest assure that Namos will without fail:
- only provide specialists from our existing team
- offer evidence of competence in each role if requested by the buyer
- ensure all roles support the government service design manual’s description of what we need to build a successful service
Chris Mason, CEO of Namos Solutions said, “We are delighted to be selected onto the UK Government’s third iteration of the DOS framework and look forward to continuing to offer our unrivalled Oracle expertise to truly advance the digital technology investments of the public sector.”