The Digital Transformation Agreement 21 (DTA21) with Microsoft features bespoke, public sector focused product packages for cloud security and compliance, as well as Microsoft Office 365 and Windows 10.
It includes access to Server and Cloud Enrolment (SCE) discounts, the ability to transfer licences and an enhanced product scope, such as Dynamics, PowerApps, and Calling Plans.
DTA21 also provides discounted pricing and beneficial terms for public sector organisations wishing to move to Azure Cloud. This allows you to use traditional cloud services such as virtual machines and storage, and Microsoft technologies such as Azure Cognitive Services, Azure Analytics, Azure Synapse and more.
Ways you can benefit
Across the NHS trusts can take advantage of the combination of DTA21 and the NHS N365 deal to ensure their Windows software is up to date. They can also make use of the full Microsoft Teams functionality to ensure all staff have instant access to emails, documents and calendars, and radiologists can have instant access to any X-Ray, MRI or CT scans, even if working remotely.
Local authorities can use the Microsoft PowerApps functionality to connect their data and workforce, building custom applications without the need for any programming experience or software development costs. If it is hosted via Azure, councils can achieve savings from the consumption discount, as well as take advantage of Cloud Services to maximise the likes of artificial intelligence and analytics.
How to access MoU benefits
This MoU was signed on 1 May 2021 and will run until 30 April 2024. We recommend you access the pricing using lot 3 of our Technology Products and Associated Services framework or directly from our Cloud Compute framework.
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