**Please note that due to the popularity of this event and room capacity, we are only able to accommodate 2 representatives per supplier organisation in person. (Online attendance, however, is unlimited.)**
On Monday 13 November (10.00-11.30) techUK is delighted to be hosting Crown Commercial Service (CCS) for a hybrid supplier engagement session which will help to shape the new Technology Services 4 (TS4) RM6109 framework agreement.
This agreement, which will replace RM6100, Technology Services 3 (TS3), will provide technology services for UK central government departments and all other public sector bodies.
Technology Services 4 will continue to cover traditional Information & Communication Technology services, from strategy through to transition and operational deployment.
Technology Services 4 will also include new services which have been requested through supplier and buyer engagement, and potentially services amalgamated from other CCS agreements where appropriate.
We are also seeking to confirm whether the new Procurement Regulations will bring benefits to Technology Services 4.
A full agenda will be shared in due time, however, CCS is looking to gather feedback from the existing TS3 supplier base about what's working and what is not working, alongside thoughts from potentially new suppliers.
If you are unable to attend this event, there is another session on Thursday 2 November. (Please note that these events will be exactly the same so please do book for one or the other. Due to restricted numbers there will be a limit of 2 in-person attendees per supplier.)
Book now to secure your place.
Heather is Head of Central Government Programme at techUK, working to represent the supplier community of tech products and services to Central Government.
Prior to joining techUK in April 2022, Heather worked in the Economic Policy and Small States Section at the Commonwealth Secretariat. She led the organisation’s FinTech programme and worked to create an enabling environment for developing countries to take advantage of the socio-economic benefits of FinTech.
Before moving to the UK, Heather worked at the Office of the Prime Minister of The Bahamas and the Central Bank of The Bahamas.
Heather holds a Graduate Diploma in Law from BPP, a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) from LSE, and a BA in Economics and Sociology from Macalester College.
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Ellie joined techUK in March 2018 as a Programme Assistant to the Public Sector team and now works as a Programme Manager for the Central Government Programme.
The programme represents the supplier community of technology products and services in Central Government – in summary working to make Government a more informed buyer, increasing supplier visibility in order to improve their chances of supplying to Government Departments, and fostering better engagement between the public sector and industry. To find out more about what we do, how we do this and how you can get involved – make sure to get in touch!
Prior to joining techUK, Ellie completed Sixth Form in June 2015 and went on to work in Waitrose, moved on swiftly to walking dogs and finally, got an office job working for a small local business in North London, where she lives with her family and their two Bengal cats Kai and Nova.
When she isn’t working Ellie likes to spend time with her family and friends, her cats, and enjoys volunteering for diabetes charities. She has a keen interest in writing, escaping with a good book and expanding her knowledge watching far too many quiz shows!
Ella joined techUK in November 2023 as a Markets Team Assistant, supporting the Justice and Emergency Services, Central Government and Financial Services Programmes.
Before joining the team, she was working at the Magistrates' Courts in legal administration and graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2022. Ella attained an undergraduate degree in History and Politics, and a master's degree in International Relations and Security Studies, with a particular interest in studying asylum rights and gendered violence.
In her spare time she enjoys going to the gym, watching true crime documentaries, travelling, and making her best attempts to become a better cook.
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Annie joined techUK as the Programme Manager for Cyber Security and Central Government in September 2023.
Prior to joining techUK, Annie worked as an Account Manager at PLMR Healthcomms, a specialist healthcare agency providing public affairs support to a wide range of medical technology clients. Annie also spent time as an Intern in an MPs constituency office and as an Intern at the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed.
Annie graduated from Nottingham Trent University, where she was an active member of the lacrosse society.
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