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Tues1440 public sectoradopt-drrichardsykes-g-cloudadvisor

  1. 1. Government Cloud Procurement: Insights & Observations from the UK Dr Richard Sykes Independent Strategic Advisor 9th October 2012Copyright © 2012 Dr Richard Sykes All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. G-Cloud September 2009 – August 2010 Joint Government/Industry Exercise scopes and details G-Cloud and its Apps Store; Public Sector Network (PSN) progressed . 2010 – 2011 Little follow through – new Government focus on immediate term cost reduction; IT Project size cap: <£100m; Focus on enabling Small & Medium Size Enterprise (SME) involvement.Copyright © 2012 Dr Richard Sykes All Rights Reserved.
  3. 3. G-Cloud 2011-2012 Funding for G-Cloud implementation; 1st (Q4 2011) and then 2nd (May 2012) G-Cloud Framework Procurements: Apps Store focus rather than G-Cloud per se SME focus Active ‘marketing & education’ of Government Depts + ‘Lead CIOs’, but no central direction/obligation Parliamentary Committee (PASC) articulates the malign impact of the oligopoly London Borough of Hillingdon adopts Google AppsCopyright © 2012 Dr Richard Sykes All Rights Reserved.
  4. 4. The Core Divide in the Vendor Landscape Process-as- a-Service The CONSUMING Software-as-a- Service & Apps- as-a-Service Platform-as- a-Service The Infrastructure COMPUTING -as-a-ServiceCopyright © 2012 Dr Richard Sykes All Rights Reserved. 2010
  5. 5. Clouds and Competing Shores Forecast Surge in Software as a ServiceCopyright © 2012 Dr Richard Sykes All Rights Reserved.
  6. 6. G-Cloud as Platform UK Government security measure: Incident Levels (IL) ~80% of Central Government services </= IL3 Current UK Central Government is served by a complex diversity of data centres, predominantly small and inefficient. Secure multi-tenanted data centres simultaneously servicing Government, Enterprise & Consumer markets would present a very attractive IaaS/PaaS investment proposition for the private sectorCopyright © 2012 Dr Richard Sykes All Rights Reserved.
  7. 7. Thank You! Dr Richard Sykes FRSA An independent strategic advisor in the transformation as business services of technology and business process sourcing, outsourcing and offshoring business models, including through the agency of the Cloud. Virtual office: +44 (0)20 7917 1715 Mobile: +44 (0) 7712 187 099 e-mail: r.j.sykes@btinternet.com Skype: dr.richard-sykes www.dr.richard-sykes.com Read my monthly opinion column @ www.cio.co.uk 7Copyright © 2012 Dr Richard Sykes All Rights Reserved.

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