IT services firm CACI has been accredited to supply consultancy services under the government’s Catalist Framework Agreement.
As a result, CACI is able to provide ICT consultancy services under Category 2, IT Architecture and Design including Networking and Communications, and will be one of 11 organisations capable of supplying consultancy services in the category.
Jeet Khaira, managing director of CACI’s Information Systems Division said: “We are very pleased to be awarded a position on Catalist and look forward to bringing our considerable expertise in information technology in the government market sector to assist existing and new customers. Catalist is an excellent new vehicle to simplify and move government procurement forward.”
The ICT Consultancy framework agreement is expected to go live on 25 May, after which CACI will manage any Catalist-driven ICT consultancy procurement projects through a dedicated Framework Contracts Office.
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