PolicyDeadline closes for fourth iteration of the G-Cloud

Deadline closes for fourth iteration of the G-Cloud

The G-Cloud team recently teamed up with the Government Digital Service and has kept suppliers posted of the deadline throughout the application process via Twitter.

Applications for suppliers wishing to be listed on the fourth iteration of the G-Cloud framework have closed as of 15:00 BST 23rd September. All suppliers hoping to promote their goods and services on the programme have submitted their details via the online procurement too.

The G-Cloud team recently teamed up with the Government Digital Service and has kept suppliers posted of the deadline throughout the application process via Twitter.

The G-Cloud offers public sector organisations a range of commodity cloud-based products which can be purchased through the Cloudstore. The G-Cloud programme aims to boost the number of SMEs working with the government.

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