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In today's article you can find out more about Department for Education Compliant procurement practices and looks at efficiency, effectiveness and quality.
Like most of the public sector, the Department of Education recommends the use of framework agreements to better facilitate schools procuring high-value ICT services. Here’s a look at why.
The importance of reliable ICT in schools was made even more prominent at the height of the Covid-19 induced lockdown, as educators and students had to adapt to new technology-enabled remote teaching and learning methods. The DfE and other organisations leapt into action with a huge expansion of access to devices and digital platforms, but with most pupils back in the classroom, there is still a need for schools to invest in better infrastructure and quality IT services, with the potential for a lot of public money to be spent.
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