Guidance

G-Cloud 8 framework agreement

This framework agreement is between the Crown Commercial Service and a G-Cloud 8 supplier.

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This is no longer the most recent contract.

You can use this document for reference if you bought services on G-Cloud 8.

Documents

G-Cloud 8 framework agreement

G-Cloud 8 framework agreement

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G-Cloud 8 contract variation

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Details

Use the G-Cloud 9 framework agreement to buy services from 22 May 2017.

G-Cloud 8 is a framework agreement between the government and suppliers who provide:

  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), for example content delivery networks or hosting
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS), for example platforms that provide a basis for building other services and applications
  • Software as a Service (SaaS), for example accounting tools or customer service management software
  • Specialist Cloud Services, for example IT health checks or data migrations

The contract variation contains minor changes that make it easier for G-Cloud 8 suppliers to work with government. Read the contract variation and the framework agreement together.

Read the G-Cloud 8 call-off contract.

Published 15 July 2016
Last updated 8 May 2017 + show all updates
  1. Updated to include G-Cloud 9
  2. We added the agreed contract variation to this page.
  3. First published.