04 February 2019

London ICT Framework

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There are hundreds of frameworks to choose from, helping your organisation to procure anything from office supplies to cloud services. But if you’re based in the capital, you might want to consider the BT London ICT Framework.

We are the sole provider for a pan-London framework that supplies to London organisations, and it gives them a new way to procure IT services. It was formed by a partnership between three boroughs – Westminster City Council, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.

It currently works with 24 public sector organisations, and £100m of business passes through the framework each year.

The aim is to deliver the best value to London’s public sector, and it’s designed for those that want a faster, more cost-effective procurement process. But also want flexibility with OPEX and CAPEX options. It’s open to all 33 local authorities in the capital, as well as other public sector organisations. That includes the NHS, TfL, schools, the police and even waste authorities and social landlords.

Organisations such as Bromley Council are already seeing the benefits. No reason why you should miss out!

Why BT London ICT Framework – sole provider for a pan-London procurement framework for ICT services from BT Business on Vimeo.

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