67 Create SSO`s with customers Examples of where we have been in contact with customers and how they have used SSO`s in their shopping exercise: 1) Sussex and Dorset Police Managed Mobility Services (device, login, MDM, application services). Used the catalog to evaluate a number of solutions and vendors. The existing O2 SSO has been updated to clarify the scope of service and level of service. Contract worth £2.4 million with a possible rollout to 4400 users. 2) Department of Innovation and Business Skills – contract worth around £1m for UC hosted. The catalogues allowed the BRI to see what its contemporaries had previously ordered to help them make a more informed decision. Catalogues make it easier to understand where there are common buyer requirements and make the most of them in relation to cost-effectiveness. 67 18 18 Introduction RM1045 Network Services directly replaced: RM860 PSN Connectivity RM1498 PSN Services RM1035 Telephony Services All legacy agreements (CGV/ Telecommunications Networks / GCF / MTCF / BT MoUs) RM1045 Network Services supports new emerging technologies: replace old legacy technologies (such as ISDN, xmail and BT VLB) New automatic technologies in scope (such as 5G) RM1045 Network Services introduces more developed processes and concepts: structuring the batch Definition and implementation of provider capacity Catalogue management Sales order procedures Offers access to managed messaging services for public sector organisations. The services provided under the Framework Agreement are as follows: 14 Fast, efficient and easy to use Faster purchase of network services, supported by: OJEU compliant purchasing framework, elimination of the need to implement costly and time-consuming and complete OJEU full purchasing processes Pre-tested conditions and financial capabilities Pre-agreed conditions – simply “cancel” the framework to meet your needs: Does the knowledge meet the requirement? You could assign the allocation of the catalog in hours and not months directly No limit to how often you “cancel” the agreement 14 The final list of providers selected for the government network services framework has been announced – with 48 providers selected to provide language and Internet network work. All services related to the provision of the product groups described above are taken into account within the framework. . . .