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Sync lands place on £3.8bn PA government procurement framework

Manchester-based tech firm Sync has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s Technology Products & Associated Services 2 (TePAS 2) framework. 

Sync is one of only a handful of suppliers nationally to be named on the TePAS 2 framework, a procurement system designed to offer public sector buyers a flexible and compliant way to fulfil all technology product needs with a focus on improving accessibility and sustainability of technology across a variety of departments. 

The TePAS 2 framework is set to redefine how the public sector acquires technology products, streamlining the procurement process by offering a direct award mechanism, saving time and resources for buyers. With Sync on-board, public-sector organisations can expect their technology equipment and services to be delivered far more quickly compared to traditional procurement from non-framework suppliers.  

Amelia Stevens, quality and environmental manager at Sync, said: “We’re incredibly pleased to have been named on the TePAS 2 framework, a testament to Sync’s dedication to delivering exceptional technology products and services to assist the ever changing needs of the public sector. 

“Our commitment to quality and sustainability is absolutely at the forefront of what we do, and we look forward to continuing our work to support public sector organisations with cost effective solutions to drive progress and protect the environment through offering end-to-end services for the entire lifecycle of technology products, from acquisition and upgrades to maintenance and recycling.”

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2022/23, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £3.8 billion.

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