Spend through the G-Cloud has now reached £53 million, according to the Cabinet Office, from departments ranging from the Home Office to the National Audit Office. G-Cloud Communication leader, Raphaëlle Heaf, wrote in a blog post that the milestone proves that the G-Cloud is proving its worth.
Heaf claimed that spending with SMEs has risen. She said: “Another bit of good news is that the percentage of spend on SMEs is on the rise again, up from a reported 55 percent last month to 58 percent.”
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