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Tony Singleton, G-cloud Programme Director at the Government Digital Service (GDS), gave this presentation at our Really Useful Day for Suppliers, 29 November 2013, in London. …

Tony Singleton, G-cloud Programme Director at the Government Digital Service (GDS), gave this presentation at our Really Useful Day for Suppliers, 29 November 2013, in London.

The presentation was about the G-cloud and procurement.

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  • Use electricity analalogy
  • It’s a framework that allows Government and the wider public sector to buy commodity Cloud services
  • from lots of different providers from the UK, the EU and across the world.
  • It’s about creating a vibrant, dynamic marketplace for suppliers, in particular SMEs, to offer a wide range of services in a transparent, commoditised way. It’s about making a break with the bad old days of Government outsourcing its IT strategy to big corporations that over charged, under-delivered and locked buyers into long term contracts
  • But there is a much bigger ambition than just being yet another method of procurement - it’s about flexibility, lower cost, improving speed of delivery
  • What’s our vision for G-Cloud?
  • The G-Cloud framework allows you to choose and purchase services
  • basically ...
    not tech-led but user-led which leads us to a cloud-based strategy (flexibility, lower cost, speed of delivery)
  • Progress on ensuring 50% of central departmental new ICT spending will be transitioned to public cloud computing services by December 2015
  • Today
  • 18 months approx.
  • 18 months approx.
  • We want to continue to improve from what’s been built and make it even better. Over the next few months, G-Cloud is going to go through a transformation process to bring it up to date with the other transactional services that we’re working on.
  • We want to continue to improve from what’s been built and make it even better. Over the next few months, G-Cloud is going to go through a transformation process to bring it up to date with the other transactional services that we’re working on.

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  • 1. Tony Singleton G-Cloud Programme Director GDS
  • 2. The Government Digital Service is part of the Efficiency and Reform Group within the Cabinet Office GDS
  • 3. We were created by Francis Maude in response to Martha Lane Fox’s report... GDS
  • 4. GDS
  • 5. Create GDS Fix publishing Fix transactions Go wholesale GDS
  • 6. We are here to provide simpler, clearer and faster services and information for citizens and businesses @MTBracken GDS
  • 7. In doing this we will save money for the tax payer and strengthen the digital capability of the Civil Service @MTBracken GDS
  • 8. We’re a multi-disciplinary team working with colleagues across government GDS
  • 9. Focused on user needs GDS
  • 10. GDS
  • 11. GDS
  • 12. Agile GDS
  • 13. Procurement must be agile too GDS
  • 14. IT is a commodity
  • 15. Select supplier not solution GDS
  • 16. Business outcomes matter Detailed requirement doesn’t GDS
  • 17. What is G-Cloud? GDS
  • 18. It’s a set of frameworks to buy cloud services GDS GDS
  • 19. Creating a competitive marketplace Dave GDS GDS
  • 20. ... accessed through a CloudStore Dave GDS GDS
  • 21. G-i G-ii G-iii New ! G4 Feb 2012 Nov 2012 May 2013 Nov 2013 Nex t! G5 May 2014 GDS
  • 22. It’s about helping change the way the Public Sector buys digital services... GDS
  • 23. G-Cloud is about creating a simpler, clearer, faster procurement channel for digital contracts 18 GDS
  • 24. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Platforms as a Service (PaaS) Software as a Service (SaaS) Specialist Cloud Services
  • 25. It’s not just Cloud-First, it’s Users-First 18
  • 26. We’ve been given some big goals 18
  • 27. 1,186 suppliers (84% SMEs) 18
  • 28. 13,000+ services 18
  • 29. 29,000+ buyers 18 GDS
  • 30. Reported sales • £10m in October • £63.4m in total • 56% by value and 61% by volume awarded to SMEs • 70% of the number of sales were through Central Government; 30% through the rest of the public sector 18 GDS
  • 31. Reported sales 18 GDS
  • 32. Digital Service Framework • Easy access to suppliers with the right capabilities • Providing a large pool of suppliers from SMEs to the agile practices • Providing a flexible and speedy route to meet customers’ needs • Dynamic - regularly refreshed 18 GDS
  • 33. But let’s not stop there 18 GDS
  • 34. We’re reviewing how to continue to improve on what we’ve learn GDS
  • 35. To better understand our user needs and where we can make the process easier GDS
  • 36. Tony Singleton @tsingleton GDS