Proact to provide operational and strategic IT services to UK public sector

Proact has been awarded a place on ESPO’s framework 644 for Consultancy Services which will allow the cloud service provider to supply both Operational IT Services and Strategic IT Services. This framework supports and is available to all public sector bodies across the UK.

As a supplier to ESPO, a local authority owned purchasing and supply consortium, Proact will be able to provide its proven IT services to all UK public sector bodies, including (but not limited to) central government departments and agencies, NHS, local authorities, police and emergency services, higher and further education, schools and academies and HSC bodies. Utilising Proact’s successful heritage of delivering IT infrastructure projects, the solutions provider is proud to continue its support for UK public sector organisations, delivering exceptional advice and services to help IT departments tackle a variety of real-world issues.

Proact was able to meet the stringent credentials required to be part of this framework which is compliant with UK/EU procurement legislation. Service providers on the framework had to be assessed during the procurement process, proving their financial stability, track record, experience and technical and professional ability. Proact was able to demonstrate all of these criteria and will adhere to pre-agreed terms and conditions which will underpin all engagements.

Having worked with numerous public sector organisations, including NHS Trusts and government departments, Proact has proven its ability to design, build and deliver successful IT transformations, helping resolve key customer challenges with access to high quality IT consultancy services around complex requirements including cloud and data centre solutions, data protection and cyber security, disaster recovery and digital strategy development.

Proact’s inclusion in the framework will provide customers with quick and simple access to leading IT services, allowing them to save valuable time and resources through greatly reduced procurement timescales. The framework also intends to make procuring consultancy services more cost-effective and is free to use for customers.

Jason Clark, CEO and President at Proact, says: “We are delighted to have been selected as a supplier which will allow us to continue to support public sector organisations across the UK in meeting their regulatory and policy challenges in designing and building world class and transformative digital infrastructure and public services.”


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