Submissions are now open for those wishing to appear on the seventh iteration of the G-Cloud procurement framework.
All public sector organisations have access to the Digital Marketplace, the storefront for the cloud solutions and services available via G-Cloud.
Firms wishing to offer their products via the Marketplace must first submit their application to the G-Cloud framework first.
Successful applicants will agree a basic terms of service with the government following an Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) procurement process.
This allows public sector organisations to acquire new products and services more quickly because they don't have to run the full tender process usually required by law.
Those wishing to appear on G-Cloud 7 must create or log into their existing account on the Digital Marketplace, register their interest, make the supplier declaration, submit service information on the Digital Marketplace and wait for compliance checks to be made.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) predicts the start date for the framework will be in November and the deadline for submissions is 6th October at 3pm.