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10th September, 2015
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With G-Cloud 7 now open for submissions, the digital marketplace could offer your business significant sales opportunities. But to be successful you need to equip yourself with the necessary knowledge, partnerships and credentials.

Free webinar: Perfecting your G-Cloud 7 Bid
 
New Services

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is recruiting for a Cloud Transformation Director to support the organisation’s aim to provide online services that are accessible from any device and at any given time, through the latest cloud technology.

HMRC looking to hire Cloud Transformation Director
 

In a Digital Marketplace blog post, Warren Smith, assistant director of the Government Digital Service’s G-Cloud and Digital Commercial Programme, has spoken about the service’s attempt to create simpler, clearer contracts for the Digital Services framework.

More straightforward contracts for the Digital Services framework
 
New Product / Technology

Cloud Technology Solutions (CTS) are hosting a CTS-Google Bus tour, which will run from the North of England in September/October 2015 to the South, finishing in late January 2016. The aim of the tour is to showcase the merits of installing Google to an array of organisations, such as “cost savings and flexible working”.

Digital Transformation Roadshow 2015 to kick off in the Midlands
 
Policy

Cornwall Council and BT have a High Court Date for December in order to resolve a disagreement over the termination of the BT Cornwall contract.

Cornwall Council and BT dispute soon to be settled
 
Digital Procurement

Burnley Council has awarded a ten-year £34m contract to business process innovation company Liberata, to upgrade services for the residents of the Lancashire town.

Liberata wins 10-year IT outsourcing contract from Burnley Council
 
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