The published figures also reveal that there remains a fine line between the number of SMEs and number of large companies winning business via G-Cloud.
SMEs were awarded 49% of total sales by value and 59% by volume for all sales via the framework to date.
However, central government still uses G-Cloud the most – it was accountable for 76% of total sales by value whereas just 24% came from the wider public sector.
Specialist cloud services remains the most popular lot on the framework, although Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has overtaken Software as a Service (SaaS) while Platform as a Service (PaaS) remains the least popular.
During February, central government spent a total of £27m in contract with local government which spent £1.9m.
The wider public sector as a whole, including local government, spent £9.9m on G-Cloud last month.
To date, just over £12m has been spent via this framework but there is less balance between SMEs and larger companies winning business.
SMEs accounts for just 38% of total sales by value from the Digital Services Framework compared to nearly half of sales on the G-Cloud.
There is also a much wider central government and wider public sector divide on Digital Services, as Whitehall accounts for 84% of total sales and 16% can be attributed to the wider public sector.