CDS appointed to Crown Commercial Services RM3785 Framework
CDS is pleased to announce our appointment to the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) RM3785 Framework: Lot 2 – Managed Print and Digital Solutions.
This framework offers all public sector organisations the flexibility to source a fully-managed, end-to-end Print and Digital Solution that includes associated services such as simple design, storage, fulfillment and distribution, postage, scanning and stock management. Alternatively, organisations can select any one or more as a discrete service.
David Burton, CDS Print and Creative Services Director said: “We are delighted to have secured a further framework contract win with CCS and look forward to continuing the relationship. We’re proud of our work under the previous framework contract and keen to continue building on our successes. My teams are highly motivated to make a real difference and work shoulder to shoulder with colleagues in the public sector to achieve significant savings. We understand the challenges these organisations face and we will deliver innovation and continuous improvement along with an exceptional customer experience to help them meet their business objectives.”
CCS aggregated commercial solutions provide a route to market for organisations seeking to benefit from significant savings, helping to protect the delivery of front line services. RM3785 can be used by all organisations across the UK public sector, including central government, local government, health, education, devolved administrations, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations.
Fully EU compliant, using the framework saves customers the time and money associated with conducting their own procurement exercise. CCS is an executive agency, sponsored by the Cabinet Office, working on behalf of the public sector to save money for the public sector and the taxpayer.
We are delighted to have secured a further framework contract win with Crown Commercial Services (CCS) and look forward to continuing the relationship. We’re proud of our work under the previous framework contract and keen to continue building on our successes.
CDS CCS Framework Director
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