Green Cloud Hosting, a leading Cloud Solutions Provider headquartered in Manchester, has been awarded the G Cloud ii framework agreement by the Government Procurement Service to deliver Cloud solutions to the Public sector.
G Cloud ii is the framework agreement that enables the Public sector to procure Cloud based services.
The G-Cloud Programme is a cross government initiative led by Andy Nelson (Ministry of Justice) supported by Denise McDonagh (Home Office) under the direction of the Chief Information Officer Delivery Board as part of the Government ICT strategy. The initial focus is on introducing Cloud ICT services into government departments, local authorities and the wider public sector. In order to do this the Government have undertaken a G-Cloud procurement framework for services under the OJEU process.
“The G-Cloud programme presents a huge opportunity for public-sector organisations to improve efficiencies through cloud services and provides the potential for further innovation,” said Denise McDonagh, Home Office director of IT strategy and delivery and director of the G-Cloud programme.
“The team have worked extremely hard to be awarded supplier status for G-Cloud ii. The framework ensures the Public sector only use suppliers who can deliver high standards of data security which are compulsory due to the sensitive and confidential information they hold. Green Cloud Hosting is very proud to deliver secure Cloud services to the Public sector and other Government organisations under the framework agreement.” said James Bullivant, Green Cloud Hosting’s Technical Director.
Green Cloud Hosting deliver Cloud based solutions to the private and public sector that require Enterprise class services, hosted in a highly stable, highly available and highly secure Cloud environment.
With over 50 years of senior level technology experience in the team covering both the private and public sector, we bring invaluable experience and skills to ensure your organisation benefits from the Cloud solutions on offer today.