OGC pushes latest IT procurement plan

The Office of Government Commerce (OGC) has published a model contract for public sector ICT procurement to cover carbon reduction, mitigation plans, open source and business continuity.

The Office of Government Commerce (OGC) has published a model contract for public sector ICT procurement to cover carbon reduction, mitigation plans, open source and business continuity.

The document is part of a series of OGC measures to support the public sector in its ICT buying decisions.

Version 2.3 of the Information Communication Technology (ICT) Model Services Agreement and Guidance covers major or complex ICT-enabled business change projects. The free-to-use solution includes significant updates in the key areas of financial distress and security management.

The OGC said the model contract aims to achieve better outcomes for projects with complex ICT procurements, as well as saving time and money.

David Shields, OGC programme director said, "The success of projects or programmes requiring ICT support depends on those services being contracted in the most appropriate and efficient way. The ICT model contract we have developed with industry bodies and other stakeholders can provide assurance."

Last month, the OGC published the "traffic light" status and recommendations of Gateway reviews of 23 high-risk IT-related projects.


This story originally appeared on ComputerWeekly.com

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