Network Services 2 (RM3808) Supplier Briefings in London, Leeds, Norwich and On-lIne during May.

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Innopsis is the trade association for suppliers of Digital Infrastructure and Services to the UK Public Sector. Our members range in size from small startups to the largest telecoms providers in the country. Collectively, we provide over 75% of the telecoms and digital infrastructure used by the UK Public Sector.

Our objectives are to:

–       make it easier and quicker for our members to do business with government

–       enable government to maximise the benefits available from digital services by promoting a vibrant and active supplier community

–       to provide better public services and to work together for the common good.

Our focus is on the big opportunity for both customers and suppliers to benefit from safe information sharing and innovation in public service delivery

Latest Posts

 

CCS takes early steps towards procuring Network Services 2 framework

Networking services suppliers group Innopsis to start market engagement sessions from next month
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HSCN Supplier Briefing 7

The HSCN Supplier Briefing was held by Webex on 25th January 2018. The slides and details are below.
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Contracts Finder Working Group December Update

Early in 2018 the team will stop daily emails that say ‘there are no opportunities for your search criteria’. Users don’t like this cluttering their email inbox and it also disguises how many emails are being issued with actual opportunities on. We the expect to be able to report on weekly email volumes soon
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CCS invites more SMEs to bid for NHS networking contracts

NHS Digital’s HSCN Dynamic Purchasing System framework has gone live, and the government is keen to get smaller services providers signed up
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HSCN Supplier Briefing 6

The sixth in a series of Supplier Briefings for HSCN Suppliers.
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Industry Comments on Core Terms

Prior to the Network Services 2 PIN being issued, the Crown Commercial Service asked Innopsis to review the proposed Core Terms. The Core Terms were distributed to all members, a webinar was held to discuss the document and comments were returned collated and anonymised into one document. This document was sent to Crown Commercial Service for their consideration.
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CCS takes early steps towards procuring Network Services 2 framework

Networking services suppliers group Innopsis to start market engagement sessions from next month
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ANM Scrubbing Centre Connection

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Episode 7 – How do we make HSCN more attractive to Bid?

The project to replace the N3 network is the largest network project in Europe, if not the world. To faciliate the mutiple procurements needed, the Crown Commercial Service have implemented the new Dynamic Procurement System (DPS), HSCN Access (RM3825) 
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HSCN Supplier Briefing 7

The HSCN Supplier Briefing was held by Webex on 25th January 2018. The slides and details are below.
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A BIG day for Small Businesses

10th April 2018 was a big day for small businesses with a string of announcements from the Government aimed at helping SME’s win more business from the Public Sector and making it more difficult for large Business's to support Government.
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Episode 10 – Internet of Threats

In this podcast, Kelvin Prescott and Richard Barnes discuss the Internet of Things
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Episode 12 – The Framework Map

In this weeks podcast, Kelvin Prescott talks to Lynne Magennis about the new Innopsis Framework Map.
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Episode 9 – Using the Mystery Shopper

Ian Fishwick asks Tim Colman, FSB, about - Who are the Federation of Small Businesses and what do they do? What the FSB are doing to help sub-contractors getting paid faster? What is the Prompt Payment Code? Where the Mystery Shopper service can help How Aggregated Procurements disadvantage SME's
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Episode 8 – Where’s the Snake Oil in Information Governance and GDPR?

GDS have brought sweeping changes to the way the world of Government and Public Sector connects and uses IT systems. The new way of working relies on the user, or the organisation, taking responsibility for understanding their own risks and how they control their data. This reflects more the SME approach to data in the commercial world. However, whilst in the Enterprise space the end user can decide if they trust the organisation they are providing data to, there is no choice in the Public Sector. Failure to provide personal data is a criminal offence. Given this, how is Government coping with the fast approaching 25th May 2018 GDPR? How is it getting it's house into order to comply with the legislation that it is creating? Is GDPR hyped up? Are there more pressing issues?
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Framework Updates from for 04/13/2018 - t.co/vUPy84oqY6

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