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G-Cloud 10 is the UK government digital marketplace for use by the public sector to buy cloud computing services, covering hosting, software and cloud support. A recent report by Tussell shows a breakdown of sales through the procurement framework, which ran for 12 months until the beginning of July, and that just 480 out of 3,474 suppliers, amounting to 14%, actually won any of the business. A more positive picture emerged in the performance of SMEs through the different versions of G-Cloud, going back to 2012. They have won 45% of the business totalling £1.13 billion, compared with 55% totalling £2.2 billion for larger firms. The report contains advice for smaller firms on bidding for successful outcomes. Of course G-Cloud is not the only way to be listed as a supplier. Read the full story here.


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