We’ve been appointed to the UK Government’s new Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS4) framework, which allows public sector organisations to access our expertise to deliver secure and compliant digital transformation across their front and back office services.
Overseen by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), the DOS4 programme has been established to help government buyers access trusted suppliers that can research, design, build, test and deliver software applications and digital services. Since its launch at the end of April 2016, it has supported over 2,850 digital projects through the online Digital Marketplace, which simplifies the procurement process in one simple platform.
We’ve been appointed to the Digital Specialists part of the framework for the second year running. This will enable Arvato to promote individual specialists, such as business analysts, cyber security consultants and technical architects.
Arvato is an established provider of front and back office services to the UK public sector – where our clients include the Department for Transport, Neath Port Talbot Council and Chesterfield Borough Council – and a leading customer services partner to a number of international automotive and retail brands.
David Morton, Sales & Solutions Director, ArvatoConnect, said: “This framework represents a great opportunity for us to build on our reputation for delivering digital transformation for government organisations, having already secured places on both the G-Cloud and CCS Contact Centre Services frameworks. We look forward to continuing to provide market-leading front and back office services to the public sector and supporting them to realise the benefits that technologies can offer their organisations, helping them to better serve their citizens and communities.”
Arvato is a trusted partner to the public and private sectors, employing over 1500 people across eight UK locations. Part of the Bertelsmann Group, the business has more than fifteen years’ experience in the public sector, with award-winning partnerships with central government departments and local authorities.
For more information on the DOS4 framework please click here.