Twentysix in Leeds has confirmed that it’s one of just 6 digital agencies to make it onto the Government’s creative framework.

The Framework Agreement runs for 2 years, with an option to extend, with the chosen agencies working across all government departments, including the Cabinet Office, Department of Health and Ministry of Defence.

The digital marketing budget is reported to be upwards of £300m.

“Winning a place on such a prestigious Framework contract, against so much talented competition, is a significant achievement in itself.  It is great to be government-vetted and especially against such stringent criteria. Our very talented team has plenty to celebrate,” said  Gail Dudleston, Global CEO of twentysix.

“We are looking forward to working with government departments on a range of innovative digital projects, and drawing upon the skills across the agency and also across our specialist divisions of mobile and search.”

Successful agencies had to complete stringent pre-qualification standards and commitments on cost of quality of service, set by the Government Procurement Service.

Twentysix is part of the MSQ Partners Group and a sister agency to IAS B2B and The Gate.