NHS Digital’s HSCN Dynamic Purchasing System framework has gone live, and the government is keen to get smaller services providers signed upread more
We welcome news that the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has launched the Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) Access Framework, one of the key routes to market for suppliers delivering new telecoms services to the health and social care sector. Delivering on schedule, this marks a key milestone in the commercial journey taken by NHS Digital to implement the next generation of connectivity services for health and social care users.read more
The landmark DPS, which will allow new HSCN compliant suppliers to join at any
time, is due to go live on November 24
From UKAuthority – Framework for connectivity to Health and Social Care Network planned to go live in late Novemberread more
Public sector organisations need to adopt software-defined networking to deliver more agile and resilient networks that bring fit-for-purposes services to users and citizensread more
HSCN is thought to be the largest network infrastructure programme the UK will see over the next few years, potentially supporting up to 100,000 connections across the public healthcare sector.read more
New contract for services on Health and Social Care Network will have flexibility for suppliers to join during its lifetimeread more
Michael Bowyer, Director at Industry Association, Innopsis looks at how technology in the public sector is changing and the benefits to be hadread more
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has continued its engagement with prospective suppliers over its procurement plans for Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) Access Services (RM3825).
Material recently presented by CCS’ commercial director for networks, Ieuan Trigger, detailed the procurement plans, including the results of discussions over the procurement route and a timeline giving key dates.read more
GDS Blog regarding a previous blog in January this year, where, on his last day, James Stewart explained how the Technology Leaders Network (TLN) had decided that government was now on a journey away from the Public Services Network (PSN).
However, all the people and organisations involved in PSN said that they were worried that the PSN compliance process was also set to disappear and, if it did, then that would raise big questions.read more