NG Bailey’s IT Services Division Qualifies for ‘Network Services’ Agreement
NG Bailey's IT Services division today announces that it has been awarded two positions on the government’s Network Services agreement.
Delivered through Crown Commercial Service (CCS), the Network Services agreement (RM1045) provides organisations across the UK public sector with continued access to savings against the delivery of networks and telecommunications services, including the Public Services Network (PSN). It aims to deliver value, choice and flexibility whilst ensuring compliance with the government’s digital strategy.
The agreement has been divided into ten lots to enable public sector organisations to quickly identify specialist suppliers capable of fulfilling a variety of network, mobile and data related services. NG Bailey, a provider of services migrating conventional telephony systems to cutting edge unified technology solutions, has been awarded places on both the ‘traditional telephony’ (3) and ‘integrated communications’ (10) lots.
“With over 20 years of experience delivering leading voice technologies at scale in the UK’s public sector, we are delighted to be extending our services to both our valued existing customers and those new to working with NG Bailey,” comments Kelly Tedesco, Business Development Director, NG Bailey’s IT Services division. “Working with Crown Commercial Service, we have already begun supporting some of the largest public sector technology transformation projects in the UK. Quality ICT, together with the support of an experienced specialist services provider, can make a huge difference to public bodies across all organisations from education to healthcare, transport and local government. We can now ensure that public expenditure on both integrated and traditional telephony systems delivers real value for money.”
NG Bailey was awarded a place on the EU compliant agreement following its participation in a competitive tender process.
The Network Services agreement was launched in August 2015 by CCS, an executive agency, sponsored by the cabinet office, which brings together policy, advice and direct buying to provide commercial services to the public sector.