TNP is one of the leading suppliers of networks and network consultancy to the public sector in the UK, demonstrated by our placement on a number of key frameworks. Below are details of the Public Sector Frameworks on which TNP are named, along with details on how to buy.

CCS Network Services 2 Framework (RM3808)

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The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) RM3808 framework is open to all UK Public Sector organisations. TNP are named as a supplier on the following lot
 
 

  • Lot 2 – Local Connectivity Services (LAN) – Single site connectivity including local area networks (LAN) enabling interconnectivity constrained to a single site, multiple sites in the same locale, campus sites and metropolitan area sites enabling a user to consume a locally hosted service.

CCS Technology Products 2 (RM3733)

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The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) RM3733 framework is open to all UK Public Sector organisations. TNP are named as a supplier on lot 6 (catalogue), utilising our Fortinet Platinum partner status to provide cost-effective access for direct purchase.

The purchasing system for Technology Products 2 can be accessed at the following link.

CCS Technology Services 2 (RM3804)

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The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) RM3804 framework is open to all UK Public Sector organisations. TNP are named as a supplier on lot 3 – operational services in the following service groupings;
 
 

  • Operational ManagementSecurity Management
    The control, monitoring and management of security devices, systems, web sites, applications, databases, servers and data centres, and other technologies and services.
    This extends to managed firewall, identity and access management, intrusion detection, virtual private networks, vulnerability scanning and anti-viral/anti-phishing services. Services may be provided individually or as a whole in the form of an in-house or external Security Operations Centre (SOC) aimed at managing a 24/7 service.

  • Technical ManagementNetwork Infrastructure Management
    Services for planning, delivering, operating, managing (including security), supporting and monitoring the on premise local area network infrastructure (LAN) and/or its assets. Including but not limited to fixed and wireless devices, routers, switches, firewalls, fibre optic equipment etc). This may take the form of individual services and/or a Network Operations Centre – NOC.

CCS Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) Access Services (RM3825)

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The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) RM3825 dynamic purchasing system (DPS) is open to all UK Public Sector organisations. TNP are named as a supplier on this DPS. The Health & Social Care Network is the new data network for health and care organisations, succeeding N3 and providing connectivity for the NHS and wider health and social care providers.

RM3825 provides a compliant route for public sector organisations to procure their HSCN connectivity ensuring that the requirements of both the public contracts regulations and the HSCN compliance regime are met.

More information on this DPS can be found on the CCS Website

JANET Telecommunications Framework

janet-logoThis framework enables the purchase of transmission services, including leased circuits, dark fibre, Wide Area Ethernet and xDSL.

The agreement may be used by JANET, JANET-connected organisations, Regional Network Operators, members of the Purchasing Consortia and the Regional Broadband Consortia. The suppliers have been chosen according to EU procurement rules and UK procurement regulations.

More information can be found at: http://community.ja.net/groups/telecommunications-framework

GCloud11

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GCloud is a UK-wide framework helping organisation find cloud technology and specialist services for digital projects. All public sector organisations, including agencies and arm’s length bodies, can use GCloud11 via the Digital Marketplace.

TNP are listed on GCloud in the following categories

  • Cloud Support category to provide Cloud Network Infrastructure Review services. This provides access to TNP professional services to assist with Network Infrastructure assesments.
  • Cloud Hosting category to provide Cloud Connect guest WiFi services to provide a compliant & easy to use portal to provide guest wireless access.

JISC Network Equipment framework agreement


This framework agreement is for the supply and support of a broad range of wired and Wi-Fi network equipment including devices with Firewall capabilities, low-end customer premises equipment (CPE), mid-range enterprise, and high-end carrier-class type equipment supporting up to 100 Gigabit Ethernet and above. It also covers converged network adapters, interface modules, transceivers, access points, VoIP products, etc; and associated ancillary goods and services including, but not limited to software, cabling and installation.

The scope of the framework covers purchases by JSL, Jisc and its members. It also covers purchases by Higher Education institutions, Further Education and Specialist Colleges and Research Council establishments in the UK, and by any other organisations connected to the Janet network, including Local Authorities, Regional Broadband Consortia, or other bodies whose core purpose is the support or advancement of further or higher education or of research.

TNP are named on the following lots;

  • Lot 8 – Fortinet
  • Lot 8 – Flexoptix

JANET Public WiFi Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS)

janet-logoThis DPS allows the procurement of compliant solutions for JANET-connected organisations to provide Public WiFi services

The agreement may be used by JANET, JANET-connected organisations, Regional Network Operators, members of the Purchasing Consortia and the Regional Broadband Consortia. The suppliers have been chosen according to EU procurement rules and UK procurement regulations.

More information can be found at: https://www.jisc.ac.uk/public-wifi

Scottish Government Network Advice DPS

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This DPS will provide vendor neutral network advice for organisations seeking to develop, enhance and secure their network infrastructure.

Due to the wide and diverse nature of network advice, it is not possible to list all the types envisaged but some examples (non-exhaustive list) may include:

 

  • Network security
  • Improved energy consumption and efficiency
  • Support of internet of things (IoT) network integration
  • Support of Unified Communications (UC) network integration
  • Audit and analysis of network services
  • Network infrastructure project management
  • Network upgrades
  • Support in the procurement of network services
  • Migration of existing network services
  • Advice on network solution and design and implementation of new network services
  • Support with network estates

More information on the framework can be found at: https://www2.gov.scot/Topics/Government/Procurement/directory/Telecoms/NetworkAdviceDPS

Blackpool Council Network Partner Framework

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This agreement is available to the following Councils in the North West of England:

 

  • Blackpool Borough Council
  • Blackburn with Darwen Council
  • Fylde Borough Council
  • Wyre Borough Council
  • Rossendale Borough Council
  • Burnley Borough Council
  • Pendle Borough Council
  • Hynburn Borough Council

The framework allows participating authorities to use TNP to design, provision and manage their network services.