You can sell cloud technology and digital specialist services to government on the Digital Marketplace.
The public sector uses the Digital Marketplace to buy digital services.
Services on the Digital Marketplace
Suppliers on the Digital Marketplace can either sell:
- cloud-based services
- digital specialists services
Cloud-based services are:
- cloud hosting, for example content delivery networks or load balancing services
- cloud software, for example accounting tools or customer service management software
- cloud support, for example migration services or ongoing support
Digital specialist services are:
- digital outcomes, for example a team to provide a booking system beta or an accessibility audit
- digital specialists, for example an individual developer or user researcher to work on a specific project
- user research studios
- user research participants
How to sell your services
Each type of service (cloud software or digital specialists) is provided on a ‘framework’.
Each framework is only open for applications at certain times. This is to make sure all buyers and suppliers are doing business using the same terms and conditions.
Applications for G-Cloud 12 are open until 5pm on Monday 20 July 2020.
Cloud software services on the G-Cloud framework
Read the G-Cloud suppliers’ guide for information about the application process, including eligible services and when to apply.
Digital specialists services on the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework
Read the Digital Outcomes and Specialists suppliers’ guide for information about the application process, including eligible services and when to apply.
If you have any questions about the Digital Marketplace or the selling process, contact the Digital Marketplace support team.
Digital Marketplace support team email@example.com