With public sector digital transformation high on the political and social agenda, we’re delighted to announce Cyber-Duck has been picked by the Crown Commercial Service as just one of a few UK digital agencies to be part of an exclusive group of suppliers for its £4bn Digital Specialists and Programmes framework.
The Framework gives UK public sector organisations – from the police and other arms-length bodies, local and central government - access to suppliers like Cyber-Duck who can provide consultants with the necessary digital, data and technology skills to support their ambitious, wide-reaching digital transformation programmes that will influence the lives of everyone in the UK. Cyber-Duck is already part of the Digital Marketplace Framework which has over 3,000 other suppliers, so it’s a huge honour to be selected as just one of 25 agencies to be listed exclusively within the Digital Specialists Lot (not including those also within the Programmes Framework).
Being chosen for the Framework reflects the trust placed in Cyber-Duck and our highly-skilled team as capable of delivering mission-critical public sector digital solutions. Other digital consultancies that made the list include giants like Capgemini, Cognizant, EY, and Accenture. The fact that Cyber-Duck has been listed alongside these corporations is testament to our reputation for delivering digital excellence and our commitment to quality, despite being a fraction of the size of these other providers. This is evidenced by our already extensive experience delivering transformative products and services with leading public sector organisations like Sport England, the College of Policing, the Cabinet Office, Transport for London, the Bank of England, and many more besides.
As part of the Digital Specialists Lot, we’re particularly excited to build on our passion for close collaboration with clients and becoming a true extension of client teams. Across both the public and private sector our approach is to integrate ourselves into our clients’ businesses, whilst ensuring we prioritise a user-centred approach to delivery to ensure everything we create is inclusive and accessible to all users by default. Our intranet discovery work for Essex County Council was lauded by the client for “the human connection we made, as a group of people working towards a common goal” and being part of the Framework provides a fantastic opportunity to take our collaborative approach to more public sector organisations and continue delivering social good.