Consultation outcome

Replacing GCF core services

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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GCF core services survey feedback and outcome

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Detail of outcome

This is a report on the feedback and outcome from the survey on the proposed approach for replacing the GCF core services.

Original consultation


The Cabinet Office is seeking the views of the PSN community on its proposal for replacing services currently available through GCF.

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Consultation description

We are requesting feedback from the PSN community on our proposed approach for replacing the current GCF core services. This GSi Convergence Framework (GCF), which was set up to enable the migration to the Public Services Network (PSN), expires in August 2015. It provides access to a number of essential and add-on services used by most PSN-connected organisations, which are referred to as GCF core services.

We have developed some proposals on how we think these core services could be replaced so that it is simpler and clearer for PSN customers to find and purchase the services they need.

We’re now seeking the views of the PSN community who currently use these services on these proposals.

PSN community members that have not already received the proposals document can request a copy by contacting the PSN team at

Published 10 December 2014
Last updated 2 March 2015 + show all updates
  1. Updated to include the feedback and outcome report
  2. First published.