Made Tech said it has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CSS) Digital and Legacy Application Services (DALAS) framework (RM6335) to support the roll out of future applications that are less dependent on legacy technologies.
DALAS will support the public sector to procure its application services through a new multi-supplier, multi-year framework. It is available to all central government departments and UK public sector bodies including local authorities, health and education departments, supporting them to migrate away from legacy technology.
The company said the framework will increase agility, reduce risk and provide more cost effective and innovative services to users in line with government digital strategy.
Made Tech is one of 11 firms named on Lot 2b (Digital, Integration and Programme Application Services. Key services on this Lot include user-centred design, integration of the software lifecycle from application development through to release and IT Ops, and rapid forms creation and deployment.
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The other suppliers are BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, BJSS, Coforge UK, Jumar Solutions, Kainos Software, NTT Data UK, Opencast Software Europe, Scrumconnect Consultancy, Softwire Technology and Tecknuovo.
“With a track record of delivering highly technical services that help the public sector move away from outdated legacy technology and meet user needs, we’ve proven our capability in this fast moving and dynamic marketplace,” said Ian Southward, chief commercial officer at Made Tech.
“We’re delighted to have been named as a supplier on the DALAS framework and welcome the opportunity to continue working with HMRC and other public sector bodies to help them transform the way they deliver IT application services and utilise technology more effectively. The DALAS framework is perfectly aligned with who we are and what we do as an organisation. Our goal is to help the public sector deliver world-class digital, data and technology services that improve society – for everyone.”