About the Digital Marketplace
The Digital Marketplace helps government agencies and digital experts do business with each other.
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What this service does
The Digital Marketplace is a simple, open platform bringing government buyers and digital sellers together.
It simplifies the procurement process and makes it easier for businesses of all sizes to access government contracts.
- It breaks down large-scale digital requirements – including information and communications technology – into smaller parts.
- Government buyers and digital sellers can sign up easily.
- Government buyers can search for services quickly, identify suppliers and procure the best-value option for their project.
Who can use the Digital Marketplace
All government buyers and staff can use the Digital Marketplace when they need digital skills or services.
Sellers can use the Digital Marketplace if they provide services and expertise in:
- agile delivery and governance
- change and transformation
- content and publishing
- cyber security
- data science
- digital sourcing and ICT procurement
- emerging technologies
- ICT risk management and audit activities
- ICT systems integration
- marketing, communications and engagement
- software engineering and development
- strategy and policy
- support and operations
- training, learning and development
- user research and design
We provide the Digital Marketplace as part of the National Innovation and Science Agenda.
It went live in August 2016 and is continually adding registered buyers, approved sellers and new contracts.Back to top