ITGL named supplier on two new technology frameworks supporting the public sector and higher education
As a leading provider of digital technology services, these new appointments underscore ITGL’s commitment to supporting the public sector and higher education institutions, further expanding our ability to deliver tailored, state-of-the-art networking solutions across the UK.
Crown Commercial Service’s Network Services 3 (NS3) framework (RM6116)
ITGL has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s Network Services 3 (NS3) framework (RM6116). As a successor to the popular Network Services 2 framework, the NS3 agreement caters to central government departments and all other UK public sector bodies, including local authorities, health, police, fire and rescue, education, and devolved administrations. This expansive scope enables ITGL to deliver an extensive range of digital technology services, designed for the specific needs of the client, under the following categories:
CCS NS3 Lot
Lot 2a – Intra Site Connectivity (Local Area Network) / Local Connectivity Services
Provision of single site connectivity services, including local area networks (LANs) for seamless interconnectivity.
Lot 3a – IoT and Smart Cities (Smart shared and connected spaces)
Provision of solutions related to smart technologies, smart shared and connected spaces, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Lot 3b – Communication Platform as a Service
Provision of software and hardware integration services, enabling seamless interfacing of your applications with the communications suite through APIs.
Lot 4b – Digital Communication Services (Unified Communications)
Provision of efficient and unified communication channels.
Lot 4c – Contact Centre Solutions
Enhanced contact centre management with automation and queuing to multiple answering points.
Lot 4e – Paging & Alerting
Provision of a range of paging and mobile messaging services, providing users with tone, numeric or word-based alerts.
Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2022/23, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £3.8 billion - supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.
Higher Education Networking Supply and Services 2 framework (HENNS2)
ITGL has also been named as a supplier on the Higher Education Networking Equipment and Services 2 (HENSS2) framework. HENSS2 is designed to streamline networking procurement for higher education institutions. ITGL’s inclusion in this framework means that these organisations can now access ITGL’s enhanced networking services under the following categories:
Lot 1 – Equipment Only
Experience a comprehensive suite of state-of-the-art network equipment, designed to support your specific networking demands.
Lot 2 – Non Core Networks Projects <150k
Explore bespoke solutions to address your non-core networking requirements.
Lot 3 – Core Networks Projects
We are privileged to secure the lead position in Lot 3, delivering seamless and dependable networking solutions for your institution’s core network projects
ITGL has a rich history of collaborating with clients in the UK education sector, deploying innovative networking solutions, and harnessing the latest industry technologies and advancements. Our inclusion in HENSS2 is both a testament to our work in Higher Education thus far, and an opportunity to broaden the reach of our work.
Let ITGL help you navigate the complexities of digital technology services
ITGL takes great pride in being named a supplier CCS’s NS3 framework, and the HENSS2 agreement, giving our public sector and higher education clients even more options for obtaining vital digital technology services. ITGL is also named as a supplier on the CPC, NOECPC, G-Cloud, and Everything ICT frameworks, with more expected in the near future.
If you’d like to learn more about procurement through any of these frameworks, please talk to our dedicated public sector team at email@example.com.
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