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The Scottish government has published a new cloud procurement framework with 14 providers approved to bid for contracts estimated to be worth £30m – writes Government Computing. The new framework supersedes the government’s four-year Hosting Services Framework and has been designed to enable participants to procure a variety of services under a single contract, which otherwise was not possible in G-Cloud. It also gives public sector organisations access to public, private and hybrid cloud services, along with migration support and co-location capacity.

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