adam approved on to G-Cloud 11 framework | adam HTT

adam HTT is proud to announce that is has been successful in its application to provide an expanded portfolio of its services on the new G-Cloud 11 framework.


The flagship Digital Marketplace framework (here), which goes live today (2 July 2019), will supersede G-Cloud 10 and now contains adam solutions in eleven categories, an expansion on the current number in G-Cloud 10.


Commenting on the news, adam CEO Julian Young said: “For G-Cloud 11, in response to significant demand, we have separated our procurement solutions (DPS / AQP) from our Health and Social Care managed services.”


Users of the framework can now discover adam solutions in: Transport Commissioning; Health & Social Care Commissioning; Dynamic Purchasing Systems (DPS); Housing Management; Category Development Systems; Supplier Sourcing; Direct Payment Services; Provider Payments; eBrokerage; Supplier Management; and Case Management Systems.

Young continues “adam the organisation, and its solutions, are continually evolving to meet the changing needs of its clients – and of its clients’ markets. For example, we announced in March 2019 that we were fully prepared for any technical eventuality following a ‘deal’ or ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario. And in January 2019, we were proud to announce awards in ISO 9001 and 27001 in recognition of our robust quality management and security management procedures. I passionately believe this underpins a core value for the business, which is to continually ensure cutting edge relevance – in a sector which should never forget it exists to enable improved individual wellbeing”


Note: both news articles can be viewed here: (Brexit) (ISO)


About G-Cloud 11: a fast and easy framework for public sector organisations in the UK. to procure cloud hosting, software, and allied support. Government frameworks are agreements between the government and suppliers. The basic terms of use are agreed by both parties after a contract notice is published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU). Buying services through frameworks is faster and cheaper than entering into individual procurement contracts. Buyers and suppliers still need to sign a contract (or ‘call-off contract’) for each service bought through a framework. Public sector organisations can use the Digital Marketplace to access services from 3 frameworks. You can find:

  • cloud services (for example content delivery networks or accounting software) through the G-Cloud framework
  • digital outcomes, digital specialists and user research services through the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework
  • physical datacentre space through the Crown Hosting Data Centres framework

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