People Source awarded place on the Government G-Cloud digital marketplace
The G-Cloud framework is an online marketplace for the provision of cloud technology services across the entire public sector. It makes the procurement process much simpler for Government organisations and opens up the opportunity for SME companies like IT recruitment agency People Source to provide specialist technology services for projects within the public sector.
The agreement follows People Source’s previous placement on G-Cloud 4, through which the award winning recruitment agency provided contract and permanent technology resource to core government bodies and wider public sector services. Being accepted on to the new digital marketplace is a testament to People Source’s history in the provision of highly sought after IT resource.
People Source provide staffing services across the entire technology spectrum including project management, enterprise architecture, digital services, software engineering and development, infrastructure design and management, business analysis, Agile transformation, business intelligence, information security, big data and predictive analytics, IT service management and support services.
The Bristol based technology recruiter also provide specialist technology services as part of the CCS Non Medical/Non Clinical framework through which they have successfully provided resource for NHS trusts.
The demand for highly skilled IT talent in the UK is constantly increasing as private and public sector businesses are innovating, expanding and implementing new technology systems and processes. Being on the G Cloud and NMNC frameworks allows People Source to open up opportunities for public sector businesses to benefit from top talent in the industry that might otherwise be hard to find.
Jason Baker, chairman at People Source, said, “We look forward to continuing our partnership with the CCS’s IT modernisation agenda. There are lots of opportunities for IT professionals to join some really ground-breaking projects in the public sector. Skilled tech talent can be extremely hard to find – we have been described by one of our clients and being able to & lsquo;pull good people out of the woodwork’ so I am confident that we can not only continue our success with the CCS, but expand our service offering through working closely with wider public services to provide leading technology resource solutions to increase the efficiency and value of their IT programmes.”