Daisy Group has confirmed it is one of the organisations selected to deliver communication services within the £17bn Government Procurement Service’s Public Services Network (PSN) framework.
Daisy joins 14 companies including Vodafone, O2, Everything Everywhere, Virgin Media Business, Azzurri and 2e2 on the framework. Winning a place means that Daisy can bid to provide unified comms services across the public sector, including central government departments, non-departmental public bodies, the NHS, local authorities and voluntary sector charities.
Service deals Daisy will be bidding for will include traditional and IP-based voice services, internet services, hosting, co-location, audio conferencing and system maintenance.
The framework is set to run for an initial two-year term with two one-year extension options.
Daisy CEO Matthew Riley (pictured) said: ‘We are delighted to have been successful in gaining a place on the PSN Services framework for the next two years. This not only gives Daisy Group the opportunity to be one of only a small number of companies tendering for a significant pool of contracts, but also illustrates that the services we provide meet the standards that the PSN sets.
‘We look forward to being an integral part of the Government’s drive to reduce costs and revolutionise the way in which the public services accesses ICT services.’