Public sector delivery provider, Made Tech, has been awarded a place on Crown Commercial Service’s Technology Services 3 (TS3) framework, expanding the company’s capabilities as a partner for the UK public sector.
The £2bn TS3 framework, which runs until May 2025, enables public sector bodies including central government departments, local authorities and NHS organisations to procure information and communication technology services across the entire lifecycle. The framework is split into eight lots, covering strategy through to transition and operational deployment.
Made Tech applied for and has been accepted onto three lots on the framework, covering the end-to-end lifecycle of bespoke digital services and platforms, reflecting the company’s core digital offering. These include:
- Lot 1 – Technology Strategy and Services Design
- Lot 2 – Transition and Transformation
- Lot 3d – Operational Services – Application and Data Management
This is the second major framework Made Tech has won a place on in 2021, having been accepted as part of a consortium of SMEs onto Crown Commercial Services’ Digital Capability for Health Framework earlier this year.
Made Tech works with public sector leaders to modernise legacy applications and working practices, accelerate digital service delivery, drive smarter decisions with data and enable improved technology skills within teams. The company was accepted onto the TS3 framework for its understanding of the challenges the public sector faces, its approach to digital delivery and tight alignment with Government Digital Service Standards.
Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2019/20, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits worth over £1bn – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.
Ian Southward, Chief Commercial Officer at Made Tech, said: “Being accepted on to the TS3 framework is a very positive step for us in our mission to help brilliant public servants modernise technology and accelerate digital delivery.
“We want to empower the public sector to deliver and continuously improve digital services that are user-centric, data-driven and freed from legacy technology.
“We look forward to helping more civil servants across all sectors of government create digital services that benefit staff and citizens alike.”