Nexus on G-Cloud 13
After an extended running period for G-Cloud 12, the current live version of G-Cloud is now G-Cloud 13.
What is G-Cloud?
G-Cloud is a procurement mechanism run by Crown Commercial Service (CCS), intended to let government organisations simplify their cloud services procurement through a vetted set of over 5,000 suppliers and an online catalogue of over 40,000 services.
Who can buy via G-Cloud?
According to CCS: Central government, charities, education, health, local authority, blue light (police, fire, ambulance, search and rescue), devolved administrations, and British overseas territories.
Why use G-Cloud?
1. scalable services: pay for what you use, and increase or reduce what you need easily
2. quick and easy route to market
3. reduced costs and reduced total cost of ownership compared to running your own service in house
4. access to the latest technology and innovation with every refresh of the G-Cloud agreement
5. change service provider easily
How can I buy from Nexus via G-Cloud?
1. First, check the criteria; you can only buy cloud services and not hardware, non-cloud technology etc.
2. Read the G-Cloud documentation to decide if it is the most appropriate procurement mechanism for you.
3. Browse our lots.
Nexus on G-Cloud
We have participated for many years, allowing easier procurement for our public sector clients.
Nexus offer a huge variety of services on the framework, covering IT support, Microsoft Teams, unified communications (UC), backup and more.
Crown Commercial Service (CCS) is an Executive Agency of the Cabinet Office, supporting the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.
To find out more about CCS, visit: www.crowncommercial.gov.uk