Boston Networks is delighted to announce that they have been awarded a place on lot 12 of the new Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework agreement Network Services 2 (RM3808).
As one of only a handful of companies to be awarded a place on the new Surveillance and Security (lot 12), Boston Networks can now offer their extensive range of security-based solutions and services, including CCTV and physical security monitoring technology, and associated maintenance and support services, to public sector organisations across the UK.
The framework is available to a number of government agencies and public bodies across the UK, including the entire public sector, their associated bodies and agencies, the voluntary sector and charities, or those procuring on behalf of the public sector to deliver public services
The new Network Services 2 (RM3808) framework replaces the existing Network Services (RM1045) framework and will run for 4 years.
Boston Networks Director, Paul Goodbrand, commented:
“We’re extremely proud to be named as one of only a small number of companies who have been selected to deliver Surveillance and Security services through the Network Services framework to local authorities across the UK”.
“Combined with our extensive expertise of delivering secure and robust solutions and services, our place on the new Network Services 2 framework will allow us to offer our public sector organisations a more simplified, cost effective and readily compliant procurement route.”
Boston Networks works closely with a wide range of public sector clients to deliver and support integrated and compliant Smart Building, Networking, Safety and Security solutions to help our clients to provide safer, more secure and effective environments. We would encourage any public sector organisations who would like to further understand the advantages of working through the Network Services 2 (RM3808) framework to contact us.