These Frameworks allow UK public sector clients to purchase our products and services at more competitive prices, without having to go through the lengthy and costly process of identifying and fully vetting suitably qualified IT services providers.
Every agreement is compliant with EU procurement regulations, with pre-approved terms and conditions and regular reviews of suppliers to ensure they are performing well. For healthcare, education and government organisations, engaging with us via these agreements can significantly reduce overall procurement costs whilst building a strong, long term relationship that delivers excellent value.
The Network Services 2 framework (RM3808), is a direct successor to RM1045 Network Services. It provides access to networking and telecommunications services for the whole of the UK public sector with options to procure via Further Competition tenders or a Direct Award catalogue.
Datrix’s place on RM3808 positions us amongst an elite group of SME suppliers, demonstrating our commitment to delivering cost-effective, transformational services to existing and new public sector customers. Our comprehensive portfolio of services can be accessed via five lots:
RM3808 is managed by Crown Commercial Service (CCS), an Executive Agency of the Cabinet Office, supporting the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.
To find out more about CCS, visit: https://www.crowncommercial.gov.uk/
Datrix have been part of this framework since October 2015, offering routing and switching equipment from Extreme Networks to higher education institutions, further education, specialist colleges and UK research council.
We are on one lot:
"Having worked with Datrix for over five years, they have consistently demonstrated a very high level of commitment in assisting and supporting the Trust. They are helpful, dynamic and responsive, and always strive to meet and exceed expectations."
Head of Infrastructure, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Procurement for All covers the entire public sector, including social housing providers, health trusts, the education sector and blue light services. Their Telecommunications Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) is similar to a procurement framework, with one key difference. New suppliers can join at any time and the service must be run as a completely electronic process. We have been on the Procurement for All framework since October 2017 and are accessible on 3 out of 4 lots on the Telecommunications DPS: