CLOUD STORE SALES FIGURES TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS APRIL-SEPT 2012 (38 Sales in Total) CENTRAL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT TOTAL IT SPEND THROUGH CLOUDSTORE Ministry Of Defence £799.15 Department For Culture, Media and Sport £6,180.00 Wales Office £140.00 Ministry of Justice £278,375.00 Government Procurement Service £25,005.00 Number 10 £150.00 Department for Work and Pensions £406,076.00 Home Office £27,633.75 Department for International Development £26,386.10 Department for Business, Innovation and Skills £78,546.00 Department for Communities and Local Government £1,899.00 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs £70,200.00 Cabinet Office £137,811.03 Royal Courts of Justice £ 6375.00 Total= 1,065,576.03 http://gcloud.civilservice.gov.uk
NHS / G-Cloud III 21st November 2012 UNCLASSIFIED
Where were we?• Tough economic landscape• Stuck in large contracts 80% of GovIT controlled by 6 companies• High system and running costs• Difficult to iterate / reuse• Lack of real competition• NHS Looking at G-Cloud
The G-Cloud vision:• Commodity solutions• Public Cloud First• Pay-as-you-go and friction free• Assure and accredit once, then reuse, reuse, reuse• Scale up, Scale down
Progress• Framework in place• CloudStore up and running• Over £2.9m sales through framework – 75% with SME’s• Building self-sustaining communities• SME’s engaged• Transparent pricing• Savings are significant
G-Cloud / Health• Health Protection Agency• NHS Connecting for Health• The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust• West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust• £620,000K Spend• 20% Through G-Cloud NHS/Health UNCLASSIFIED
Procurement• First procurement (Gi) » October 2011 – first G-Cloud framework » Simplified procurement, cuts time to days, or hours » Attracted ~250 suppliers with 1700+ services• Second Procurement (Gii) » Tenders closed 31 August 2012 (500 suppliers c 3000 services) » Call off for 24 months rather than 12 » Total value increased to £100m instead of £60m
Some notable examples• .gov.uk Hosting• Suffolk CC• HMRC• University of Hertfordshire• Skyscape
.gov.uk• The first major purchase of an IaaS from the CloudStore. This is the first of the different IaaS providers to be engaged by GDS to meet the needs of the GOV.UK single domain.• Outcome:- flexible, cost-effective hosting, without the need to set-up and manage a dedicated data centre.
Suffolk CC• Suffolk looking to deliver some services through mobile devices using SaaS. Bought Weejot which is a mobile app programming tool.• Outcome : used it to develop mobile apps for services but more importantly by purchasing through G-Cloud they were able to expand purchase to make Weejot available to all schools as a tool to teach programming and enable students to develop their own apps
HMRC• HMRC will be the first government department to deploy G-Cloud services over the Public Services Network (PSN), with subscription to a storage service through the G-Cloud Framework.• Outcome: expected to save HMRC over £1 million in running costs.
University of Hertfordshire• Bought a SaaS to replace their Content Management System – project needed to be “re- booted” with no time for a full EU Tender.• Outcome:- Rapid procurement, which allowed the whole project to be turned around and re- initiated within 3 months, delivering a solution the business wanted and substantial savings on the cost of running a full EU Tender.