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09.10.2018, 10:38

DataArt to Offer Services via UK Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 Framework

Company News, Public Sector, EMEA, Technology
Global technology consultancy DataArt today announces it has successfully applied to the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) 3 Framework, extending its technology consulting and solution design offering to public sector organisations across the UK. The framework’s latest iteration went live on 1 October 2018.


Roman Chernyshev.
Roman Chernyshev. © DataArt Inc.
The DOS 3 framework on the Digital Marketplace can be used by government departments, local councils, health, education, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations who need help with delivery of digital services and products, or augmenting existing teams. It aims to help the public sector find suppliers that can research, design, build, test and deliver software applications and digital services.


DataArt’s extensive capabilities will be available on the DOS 3 Framework under digital outcomes and digital specialists' categories, and span performance analysis and data, security, service delivery, software development, support and operations, testing and auditing, user research, user experience and design.


Commenting on the news, Roman Chernyshev of DataArt UK stated:

“DataArt has been delivering innovative technology solutions chiefly to the private sector companies for 21 year to date. With DataArt’s services now available via the DOS 3 framework, in addition to a recent G-Cloud 10 listing, we aim to provide our first-class customer service, global expertise and technological excellence to the UK public sector organisations for them to become catalysts for the UK’s digital transformation.”


In July 2018, DataArt was awarded a place on the CCS’s G-Cloud 10 framework, making its cloud services available to government departments, local councils and NHS trusts across the UK. 






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