Assemble goes live on Government’s Digital Marketplace

News, Public Sector

Written by Katie Taaffe

We are delighted to announce that Assemble has been approved as a UK public sector supplier on the Government’s G-Cloud 12 framework, operated by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS).  

The initiative is in place to offer public sector organisations a centralised framework with easy access to find pre-qualified technology providers and achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2019/20, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits worth over £1bn – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

Assemble’s volunteer management software will now be available to the public sector via a front end catalogue known as The Digital Marketplace. This is a significant milestone as it reaffirms our commitment to deliver functional and agile software with the highest standards in security and customer service.  

What does this mean for our customers?

G-Cloud 12 and The Digital Marketplace make it easier for public sector organisations to find, buy and deploy technology services, such as Assemble.

Before suppliers can be listed on The Digital Marketplace they must comply with suitability and security requirements. This rubber-stamp provides customers with greater confidence, as well as accelerating and simplifying the procurement process.  

How do I buy through The Digital Marketplace?

If you are interested in accessing Assemble, DutySheet or any other G-Cloud approved technology supplier you can begin your search for specialist services on The Digital Marketplace.

If you haven’t used The Digital Marketplace previously and want further assistance on planning and procurement through the framework, you can find comprehensive ‘How-to” guides on the Government’s website here.

What is Assemble?

Assemble is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) designed to help organisations with volunteers to connect, recruit, manage, retain and measure impact. It provides software to some of the UK’s largest Not-for-profits as well as local authorities and NHS Trusts.

The software and app provides features to help organisations simplify and support the volunteer journey at every interaction. The outcomes include improved communication, standardised workflows, greater collaboration and measurable KPIs.

Assemble belongs to the DutySheet technology family and will sit alongside them on The Digital Marketplace. DutySheet currently provides Volunteer Management software to police and emergency service providers in England and Wales.

If you would like to request a demo, we’d love to hear from you, or for more details please see our public sector page here.