ITEC Named Official Supplier to Public Sector

ITEC Named Official Supplier to Public Sector

22nd October 2018

We are delighted to announce that ITEC has been named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G Cloud 10, and Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 framework.

The announcement means that ITEC can officially supply cloud computing services to government bodies including NHS Trusts, central government and local councils. UK public sector organisations can choose and purchase services covering infrastructure, platform software, and specialist cloud services through the Digital Marketplace.

Our valued public sector demands a rigorous IT strategy and providing IT services to this sector is an extremely tough job. Impenetrable security is essential. There must be zero downtime with cost-effective infrastructure and backup services.

CCS Accreditation Definition

CCS achieves maximum commercial value and supports the public sector by procuring common goods and services.

The CCS accreditation means we are certified to provide the following services to public sector organisations:

  • Cloud-managed WiFi
  • Guest WiFi services
  • Networking consultancy, design and service
  • Cyber security consultancy and service delivery
  • Full digital service, support, testing and auditing

Our Senior Technical Analyst, Paul Hiscox, is a mobility expert and has delivered and advised hundreds of WiFi projects. He has more than 15 years experience working in the public sector and advising technology companies, local authorities and Department for Education on delivering standards of WiFi for schools and businesses.

“Living amongst a generation of mobile users, ubiquitous access to Internet or cloud resources from mobile devices has an importance like never before. Ensuring security from IoT and the evolution towards mobility networks are key drivers for all organisations. ”

– Paul Hiscox, Senior Technical Analyst at ITEC

ITEC Leads IT Service Providers

As one of the leading IT service providers to the public sector in the UK including hosted infrastructure, backup and security services, we are equipped to deal with this is a development in our service offering.

ITEC supplies IT infrastructure services to thousands of businesses, schools and organisations across the South and South West, so we understand the pressure.

“Working with ITEC, we have office technology and IT systems that give us the ability to change more easily. We can realistically look at new things without getting stuck in a rut. Agility is also about value for money – getting the most from our investment and making sure we are managing everyday tasks like printing as efficiently as possible.” 

– Angus Smith, Head of IT at Castle School Education Trust

As a partner to Aruba HPE, we work with the tech giant to deliver the most innovative solutions to the local organisations that need it.

If you’re a public sector organisation looking for a CSS supplier, contact or request a no obligation call back by registering your interest.


What is the G Cloud 10 Framework?

G Cloud 10 is a commercial agreement that allows UK public sector bodies to choose and purchase cloud computing services covering infrastructure, platform, software and specialist cloud services.

What is Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3?

Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 is a dynamic style framework with the specific aim of helping the public sector buy, design, build and deliver digital outcomes using an agile approach, by procuring the appropriate specialist resource to deliver agile software development.

Does ITEC supply many public sector organisations?

Yes, ITEC provides a multitude of IT services to thousands of schools, NHS trusts, local authorities and other public sector organisations. Read our case studies here.

“ITEC are not like other support companies and they are much more than a reseller. The staff are highly skilled and give us the confidence we need to deliver excellent services to our learners using our Aruba wireless network.” 

– Ben Forte, Director of Learning & Network Manager, Devonport School for Boys




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