Airwalk Reply awarded position on G-Cloud 13 Public Sector procurement framework

London-based IT consultancy Airwalk Reply has secured a place on the Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud 13 procurement framework.

Specifically, the company is set up on Lot 3: Cloud Support, which allows Airwalk Reply to help set up and maintain cloud software or hosting services within the Public Sector. G-Cloud 13 is an essential part of becoming a supplier to the UK’s Public Sector organisations.

For technology suppliers, it presents a quick and easy route to market and the chance to work on important Public Sector projects. It also provides huge benefits for Public Sector organisations by showcasing pre-vetted experts (over 40,000 services from more than 5,000 suppliers), shortening the procurement process for digital and data services, and offering a reduced total cost of ownership when compared with operating in-house.

Public Sector technology specialists Airwalk Reply was present on previous iterations of the framework (G-Cloud 11 and G-Cloud 12). The company is delighted to have been accepted once again in order to continue its existing work with central and local government organisations, as well as have the opportunity to become a technical partner on new projects.

Justin Gilroy, Partner and Head of Public Sector at Airwalk Reply, said: “It is fantastic that we have once again been awarded a place on the G-Cloud framework. It will allow us to continue to help our Public Sector colleagues to make best use of cloud computing, and deliver more great projects that allow their organisations to cost effectively exploit the many benefits of the technology.”