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CCS adds 12 months to G-Cloud 13


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The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has decided to extend its G-Cloud 13 procurement catalogue for cloud services by 12 months.

It is now scheduled to end on 8 November 2024, along with G-Cloud 13 Lot 4, which enables public sector buyers to run competition for large or complex cloud requirements.

The latter became available in March of this year after a series of delays.

“The extension gives CCS the time to further improve the customer journey and performance of the platform, before the next iteration of the agreement is delivered,” the organisation said, adding that it will provide information the successor G-Cloud 14 framework in the near future. 

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