CDS wins a place on the Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 Framework
CDS is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a place on the next iteration of Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework, known as DOS 3.
We have been on the UK Government’s DOS Framework since its origin in April 2016.
Our services are available via:
- Lot 1: Digital Outcomes, and
- Lot 2: Digital Specialists
The DOS Framework makes it simple, and faster for those in the public sector to buy digital services from approved suppliers.
Public sector organisations can use the framework, on the Digital Marketplace, to find specialists to help them deliver digital projects, or suppliers to deliver a combination of services for a defined outcome.
CDS offers the following services.
Lot 1: digital outcomes
Digital outcomes suppliers provide teams to build and support a digital service. CDS can provide the following digital services:
- Performance analysis and data
- Service delivery
- Software development
- Support and operations
- Testing and auditing
- User experience and design
- User research
Lot 2: digital specialists
Digital specialist’s suppliers provide individual specialists to work on a service, programme or project.
CDS can provide the following roles:
- Agile coach
- Business analyst
- Communications manager
- Content designer
- Cyber security consultant
- Delivery manager
- Performance analyst
- Portfolio manager
- Product manager
- Programme manager
- Quality assurance analyst
- Service manager
- Technical architect
- User researcher
- Web operations engineer
Take advantage of our industry-leading knowledge and track record in delivering award-winning digital services for the public and private sector. We are here and ready to help you deliver your next digital project.
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