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G Cloud - ApplyCamp 2011-11-22

  1. 1. #ApplyCamp G-Cloud
  2. 2. Welcome Abigail PeelHead of CommunityInnovation and Delivery TeamGovernment Digital ServiceCabinet Office 22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 2
  3. 3. Agenda• Introduction (15:10 – 15:15)• G-Cloud (15:15 – 15:20)• Tender Process (15:20 - 16:10)• Break (16:10 – 16-20)• Assurance / Accreditation (16:20 – 16:45)• Q&A (16:45 – 17:00)22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 3
  4. 4. G-Cloud Chris ChantChris Chant, Executive Director in theCabinet OfficeProgramme Director G-Cloud initiative. 22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 4
  5. 5. G-Cloud• Government‟s programme to adopt cloud- based services.• Covers the processes of buying, managing and using cloud services.22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 5
  6. 6. Tender process Rob MacLeodCategory Lead - ICT ServicesGovernment ProcurementService 22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 6
  7. 7. OJEU• Why a „tender process‟? – EU • Procurement Directive 2004/1 • EU Remedies Directive 2007/66/EC – UK • Public Contracts Regulations 2006• “Fair and open”• OJEU: Official Journal of the European Union22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 7
  8. 8. Timing18 Oct Publication of the OJEU Contract Notice19 Oct Release of the ITT to all Potential Providers19 Oct Clarification period starts19 Oct e-Sourcing Portal opens09 Nov 15:00 Period for clarifications on the Framework Agreement16 Nov 15:00 Publication of responses to Framework Agreement Clarification questions16 Nov 15:00 Clarification period closes23 Nov 15:00 Deadline for the publication of responses to Tender Clarification questions30 Nov 15:00 Deadline for submission of Tenders22 Dec Intention to award notification issued06 Jan 10 day standstill11 Jan Expected “Commencement Date” for22 November 2011 Framework Crown Copyright (c) 8
  9. 9. Process: OverviewShortGuide Complete Register Download Upload ITTQ&A Selection & Award Framework Agreement Compliance Certificates Terms of Participation22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 9
  10. 10. Legal Agreements Government Framework Procurement Service Supplier Agreement “The Authority” Call-off contract Guidance “Contracting Body” Customer22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 10
  11. 11. Legal Agreements GPS & Supplier Supplier & Customer Framework Agreement Schedule1 Schedule2 Available Call –Off Services Agreement Supplier T&C’s Schedules 3-722 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 11
  12. 12. Process: ITT Read: ITT Complete: Complete: Agree: Selection & Compliance FrameworkRead: Terms Award Certificate Agreement Company Info Generic Service Info IaaS PaaS SaaS Services22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 12
  13. 13. Process: ITT Detail IaaS IaaS PaaS PaaSA1 Selection Company Generic Key Generic & Award Info Selection Documents Service Info SaaS SaaS Services Services 22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 13
  14. 14. Process Detail: IaaS Ref Question field or Information text Supplier Response Supplier Response Service 1 Service 2LOT 1 - Infrastructure (IaaS) ServicesComplete only if you offer IaaS services. The generic section must be completed. Only complete other subsections for the services you are offering.Generic Q-LOT1-1 What IaaS Services do you provide? Q-LOT1-2 Elastic/burstable resources defined? Q-LOT1-3 Guaranteed/non-guaranteed resources defined? Q-LOT1-4 Persistence/non-persistence of storage defined?Compute Q-LOT1-5 What is the name for the service (if different from response in "About your Services" section)? Q-LOT1-6 Price for standard compute configuration (or closest fit from suppliers existing offerings)? Q-LOT1-7 Minimum service unit pricing interval? Q-LOT1-8 Is the service Public or Private? Q-LOT1-9 Impact Levels (ILs) at which the service is accredited to process and/or store information (actual or target)? Q-LOT1-10 Has the service been accredited? Q-LOT1-11 Type of Hypervisor that will be in use documented? Q-LOT1-12 Type of virtual machine images supported documented? Q-LOT1-13 Customer uploading/downloading of virtual machine images supported? 22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 14
  15. 15. Process Detail: SaaS Ref Question field or Information text Supplier Response Supplier Response Service 1 Service 2LOT 3 - Software as a Service (SaaS)Complete this section only if you offer SaaS servicesThese options should be considered in relation to any of the services below. Complete all applicablequestions.Service OptionsClients Q-LOT3-1 Web browser interface ? Q-LOT3-2 Supported web browsers documented?Content Management Q-LOT3-49 What is the name for the service (if different from response in "About your Services" section)? Q-LOT3-50 Price for most common configuration (i.e. Suppliers best selling or expected best selling configuration)? Q-LOT3-51 Minimum service unit pricing interval? Q-LOT3-52 Is the service Public or Private? Q-LOT3-53 Impact Levels (ILs) at which the service is accredited to process and/or store information (actual or target)? Q-LOT3-54 Has the service been accredited? Features Q-LOT3-55 CMSs Offered? Q-LOT3-56 Part of an integrated collaborative tool set? 22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 15
  16. 16. Process Detail: Services Ref Question field or Information text Supplier Response Supplier Response Service 1 Service 2LOT 4 - Specialist Cloud ServicesComplete only if you offer Specialist Cloud Services Q-LOT4-1 Do you provide services that support Cloud services? Q-LOT4-2 Do you provide vendor specific services ? Q-LOT4-3 If the vendor(s) have accreditation, are you accredited? Q-LOT4-4 Vendor accreditations? If your services are unit priced, price for most common configuration (i.e. Suppliers best selling or expected Q-LOT4-5 best selling configuration)? Q-LOT4-6 If your services are resource based, priced SOFIA table provided? Un-listed Service Please complete if your service does not fall into the categories listed below in the Services section Q-LOT4-7 What is the name for the service (if different from response in "About your Services" section)? Q-LOT4-8 Short description (summary) of the service? Services Q-LOT4-9 Design Authority? Q-LOT4-10 Project / Programme Management? Q-LOT4-11 Business Analysis? Q-LOT4-12 Design and Development? 22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 16
  17. 17. Assure & Accredit Tim HanleyHome OfficeInformation Technology 22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 17
  18. 18. Which for what?• Assurance is defined as: “a statement, assertion, etc., intended to inspire confidence or give encouragement” This will apply to Commercial, Service Management and Functional aspects of the services• Accreditation is defined as: “the formal assessment of the ICT system against its IA requirements, resulting in the acceptance of residual risks in the context of the business requirement. It is a prerequisite to approval to operate.” This will apply to Information Assurance aspects of the services Both public and private cloud services will be subject to Assurance/Accreditation22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 18
  19. 19. ObjectivesVisibility of service capabilities• Ensure that key aspects of a service are defined clearly so customers know what they are buying/getting.Drive commoditisation• Minimum criteria are precise enough to drive commoditisation of services and buying behaviour, but not so precise that the industry innovates and government gets left behind.Clarity for suppliers of minimum government criteria• To help suppliers (especially "emerging" and SMEs) understand the mandatory government criteria for services to aid with product/service development and investment decisions.22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 19
  20. 20. ObjectivesMinimise rework• Undertake Assurance/Accreditation of different aspects as few times as possible to minimise rework for both suppliers and customers. To share Assurance and Accreditation information as widely as possible.Continuous assessment• Minimise bottlenecks and delay by ensuring that only key aspects are assessed centrally (on a periodic basis) whilst federating assessment of other aspects to allow customers to continually provide feedback on: 1) whether the service does what it says it will; and 2) the performance and quality of the service. This is to be done in an open and transparent way, allowing other customers to use this in selection decisions and for suppliers to address the concerns openly and directly if they choose to.22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 20
  21. 21. Concept of Operations22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 21
  22. 22. Assurance/Accreditation – success route 7 Assurance 4 Commercial 2 Assured / 1 Accredited Service Management Catalogue Service in Functional use (Gov App Store) 3 I A (security) Accreditation 5 61. Assurance/Accreditation commences based on the information provided by the service supplier in the ITT response/catalogue entry (e.g. IaaS/PaaS/SaaS, Which IL the service is intended for etc.)2. Assurance will be carried out as per section 2.1 and 2.3 of this document.3. Accreditation will be carried out as per section 2.3 of this document.4. Customers select services for use – level/type of feedback on a service is expected to play a part in selection and usage scenarios (e.g. trial versus production)5. Customers provide feedback on specific aspects of a service (e.g. checking that claims made a real), thus building a continuous picture of service capability and improving levels of assurance.6. Periodic/significant change re-accreditation of services7. Periodic/significant change assurance review of services. Customer feedback expected to feed into review.
  23. 23. Assurance/Accreditation – failure route 5 Assurance Commercial 2 1 Service Management Not Assured / Accredited Functional Parking Area 3 I A (security) Accreditation 41. Assurance/Accreditation commences based on the information provided by the service supplier in the ITT response/catalogue entry (e.g. IaaS/PaaS/SaaS, Which IL the service is intended for etc.)2. Assurance will be carried out as per section 2.1 and 2.3 of this document. Reasons for failure will be communicated to the Service Supplier3. Accreditation will be carried out as per section 2.3 of this document. Reasons for failure will be communicated to the Service Supplier4. Service Supplier can re-submit their service for Assurance5. Service Supplier can re-submit their service for Accreditation
  24. 24. Questions?22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 24
  25. 25. Thanks22 November 2011 (c) Crown Copyright 25

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