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Mastek Secures Key Role in UK Ministry of Defence's Digital Services Framework

18 Apr 2024 , 02:15 PM

Mastek has secured a significant position on the UK Ministry of Defence's Digital and IT Professional Services (DIPS) framework. The company will operate within Lot 1, focusing on various domains such as Solutions, Enterprise & Tech Architecture, Data, Innovation, Tech Assurance, and Knowledge & Information Management.

Additionally, Mastek will collaborate as a subcontractor for Qinetiq Limited across Lots 2 and 3, which encompass Development, Application Support, User Experience, Cyber Security, and Integrated Systems.

The DIPS framework, facilitated by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), is slated to span four years and boasts a substantial budget of around £1.2 billion.

Its primary objective is to fortify the MOD's digital strategy, particularly in areas like data management, modern technology, cyber defense, and digital delivery of capabilities.

Aligned with Defence Digital's transformation objectives, the framework aims to provide access to diverse industry skills, thereby ensuring shorter time to market, improved delivery, and optimal value for taxpayers.

Dean Richardson, Mastek's Head of Digital Enablement, expressed enthusiasm about the company's participation in the DIPS framework, highlighting it as a valuable opportunity to strengthen their existing relationship with the MOD.

He emphasized Mastek's readiness to meet the MOD's future requirements, leveraging a robust supply chain ecosystem that has been meticulously prepared during the procurement process.

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  • Digital Services Framework
  • Mastek
  • UK Ministry of Defence
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