GDS Seeks Crack Squad of Tech Experts to Tackle “Time-Constrained” Projects


The Government Digital Service (GDS) says it is seeking a partner to supply it with a highly mobile, crack squad of developers and other IT experts to come in and tackle “time-constrained” Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) projects.

With a maximum budget spend of £4 million, the GDS needs “a flexible supplier to respond to urgent requests received by GDS from departments.”

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The supplier will need to be able to help government departments deliver “urgent digital projects”, providing hands-on

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