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G-Cloud 11 Update

Astun Technology have been a Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Approved Supplier for a number of years now, with our solutions and services available via their Digital Marketplace.

Our customers have acquired our solutions via both the G-Cloud and Local Authority Software Applications (LASA) frameworks.

G-Cloud 10 was replaced by G-Cloud 11 on 2 July 2019 and I am delighted to say that all of our solutions and services are now available for purchase under this new framework. This framework makes buying cloud solutions and services faster and cheaper than entering into individual procurement contracts, so switching to Cloud based GIS has just got easier.

Our solutions are available under the Cloud Software and Cloud Support lots as follows:

Cloud Support

The LASA Framework came to an end earlier this year and has been replaced by the Data & Application Solutions (DAS) framework. Astun has recently become a Bramble Hub Partner and they work as the thin prime contractor on our behalf for the DAS framework.

Both the G-Cloud and DAS frameworks seek to drive savings for the tax payer and to enable local government to secure transformation, better interoperability, open systems and provide opportunities for collaboration.

If you are interested in procuring through either framework, please contact us in the first instance as we can provide help and advice to guide you through the process.


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