Usablenet Awarded a Place on the Crown Commercial Service agreement

March 15, 2015

We are pleased to announce that Usablenet has been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) agreement for 2015, for the provision of mobile services to public sector organizations based in the UK. This agreement is fully EU compliant and provides public sector organizations easy access to Usablenet’s mobile services, saving them the time and money associated with finding a mobile partner and getting access to world-class UX expertise.  Usablenet’s experience in the UK public sector includes brands like Royal Mail and Severn Trent.

 

CCS is an executive agency of the UK Cabinet Office and operates as a trading fund under the Government Trading Funds Act 1973. Their remit is to work with both departments and organizations across the public sector to ensure maximum value is extracted from every commercial relationship and improve the quality of service delivery.

 

CCS’s vision is to deliver value through outstanding commercial capability and quality customer service. The procurement arrangements can be used by central government departments and organizations across the public sector including local government, health, education, not-for-profit and devolved administrations.

 

On March 17th, we’ll be talking about how public sector companies should approach enterprise apps at the Mobile Government Summit in London. Read our blog post to know more!

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