G Cloud 9 is a Framework Agreement of 12 months’ duration. The Framework Agreement is for use by UK Public Sector bodies which allows them to choose and purchase cloud computing services covering infrastructure, platform, software and specialist cloud services.
The Traffic Management Technology 2 (TMT2) agreement, put in place by Crown Commercial Service, for the supply of traffic and roadside technology goods and services for use by UK public sector organisations replaces Traffic Management Technology (RM869), which expired on 10 July 2016.
The South West region comprises Areas 1 and 2 and is the largest highways England operating area covering 11% of the strategic road, totaling 230 miles from Cheltenham to Penzance. The framework is structured to enable the key delivery partners (across a combination of 12 separate Lots) to work together in developing schemes, providing infrastructure and commissioning technology, in a safe, efficient and cost effective manner.
In August 2016, Dynniq secured a place on the West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) Specialist Professional Services framework - a four year (2016-20) multi-disciplinary, transport consultancy framework. In this context, WYCA brings together Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds, Wakefield and York councils and the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to deliver the Government-funded £1bn West Yorkshire ‘Plus’ Transport Fund.
In July 2016, Dynniq secured a place on the Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) Professional Services framework - a four year (2016-20) multi-disciplinary, transport consultancy framework. TfGM is an executive body of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA), with a vision of ‘’driving the growth of a healthy and sustainable Greater Manchester through the delivery of a reliable, integrated transport network.’’ TfGM does this by working with Greater Manchester’s ten district authorities, public and TfGM’s overall aims private sector partners, and national and regional government.