All public sector organisations can use this agreement to buy cloud-based computing services such as hosting, software and cloud support, including many off-the-shelf, pay-as-you-go cloud solutions.
G-Cloud 14 will replace G-Cloud 13. It will continue to provide a large variety of cloud based services from a range of suppliers including:
- cloud hosting services
- cloud software services
- associated support services
It is intended to build upon the benefits of the previous G-Cloud framework agreement, including:
- access to multiple suppliers and cloud services, including a high number of SMEs
- quick and easy route to market
- access to the latest cloud technology and innovation
We will provide more information on the lot structure and scope at a later date.
We will publish details of any future engagement events on this page.
You can access the slides and recordings of our G-cloud 14 supplier update sessions. These sessions took place on Thursday the 23 November and Thursday the 30 November 2023.
View the questions and answers raised during the session that took place on Thursday 23 November 2023.
A recording of the supplier information session held on Wednesday 13 December 2023 can be found on the event page. This session provided an overview of the G-Cloud 14 application process, selection questionnaire and economic and financial standing requirements.
|Prior Information Notice (PIN)
|Not available yet
|Contract notice in Find a Tender (FTS)
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|November 2023 to January 2024
|Drafting of procurement documents
|December 2023 to February 2024
|Publication of FTS notice
|19 February 2024