Total G-Cloud sales have passed the £800m mark according to the latest figures from the public body.
Overall G-Cloud sales, since the framework began in March 2012, were at £806.6m by the end of September. Last month CRN reported that the government framework's total sales were £753.2m by the end of August.
The biggest deal in September was for £674,977 from SmartSourcing selling to the Nursing and Midwifery Council. The smallest deal last month was for 5p between Unisys and the Hertfordshire police authority.
To date exactly half of G-Cloud sales by value and 60 per cent by volume have been awarded to SMEs.
G-Cloud is in its sixth iteration and G-Cloud 7 services are expected to go live on 23 November.
Last week the Digital Marketplace, which is home to the G-Cloud and Digital Services frameworks, said it had cut the amount of paperwork from its applications by half.
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