We’ve already talked about what’s planned for G-Cloud 9 (G9) and shared the draft services questions. Now we’re sharing the draft legal documents and suppliers’ guide so suppliers can start considering whether to apply for G?Cloud 9.

This is the first time we’ve been able to share draft legal documents before opening G?Cloud for applications.

View the draft legal documents

Draft framework agreement

This is the agreement between the government and suppliers. It sets out the basic terms and conditions for buying and selling G-Cloud 9 services.

Draft call-off contract

This is the individual contract between the buyer and the supplier. It specifies the terms, conditions and prices of the services being bought. There are additional schedules that can be added to a call-off contract, these are the collaboration agreement, alternative clauses and guarantee.

We’ve written summaries of the changes we’ve made to the legal documents to demonstrate how the G?Cloud 9 contracts are different from G?Cloud 8.

Read the summaries of the:

Asking questions about the draft legal documents

Suppliers can ask questions about the draft legal documents when G?Cloud 9 opens for applications. 

How to apply

Read the supplier’s’ guide to find out how to apply to G-Cloud 9.

Stay updated

We expect that the G?Cloud 9 framework will open for applications on 7 March 2017 and will close on 11 April 2017. We’ve published a provisional timetable with the expected dates.

Suppliers who don’t have an account on the Digital Marketplace can create a supplier account now. Suppliers with an account will be sent an email to let them know when G?Cloud 9 is open for applications.

Original source – G-Cloud

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