What does this mean?
This enlistment means that JBi will continue to be part of the Crown Commercial Service‘s digital marketplace for prospective clients in the public sector, who will have pre-approved access to our wide range of services.
Procurement regulations oblige public sector bodies to seek bids from suppliers when they want to buy goods and services above a certain value. Only those who have been approved by the CCS can be included as suppliers on the digital marketplace, ensuring that the procurement process complies with regulations.
“The team is delighted to have been given this enlistment, which is a reflection of the high standards that we set for ourselves at JBi. We are proud of our success in the public sector and look forward to the opportunities that the digital marketplace will continue to bring.”
Building on our success in the public sector
We are proud to have a fantastic record in the public sector, built on long standing relationships with our government clients. This year, we have added Ofwat to our clientele, and we recently launched the Newton Fund and GCRF‘s new combined website, for which a case study will be released soon.
Our teams have a range of in-house expertise that make us perfectly suited to public sector work:
- AA accessibility standards
- Open source technologies
- User-centred approach
- In-depth discovery phases
- User and stakeholder workshops
- Hosting and ongoing maintenance
- Cyber Essentials accreditation
Everybody at JBi is excited to extend our success in the public sector on the back of this enlistment.
Click here to find out more about the G-Cloud 12 framework and its role in providing a digital marketplace for the public sector.
If you have a project that you would like to discuss with our team, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by calling 0207 043 2510 or sending us an email through firstname.lastname@example.org.