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CDS secures Cabinet Office approval

Leeds-based strategic communications agency CDS has been named as one of seven key suppliers on the latest print management framework from Crown Commercial Service, the executive agency for the Cabinet Office.

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CDS has previously worked with the Ministry of Defence, the Met Police and Transport for London

CDS, which already works with a number of public sector organisations, will now be invited to mini-tender opportunities to provide a fully managed, end-to-end print management solutions across the public sector and wider public sector.

The agency has worked with Crown Commercial Service since 2012, with this the third time its has been appointed to the framework.

The company’s previous public sector clients include the Ministry of Defence, the Met Police and Transport for London, the latter being for the production of all tube maps.

David Burton, principal account director for the public sector at CDS, comments: “CDS has a long history and strong reputation within the public sector, thanks to our roots in this area.

“This helps our team to empathise with the needs of those operating within the space – which are quite different from those in private limited companies.

“Winning a place on this framework is vital to CDS' ability to work alongside the public sector in relation to print management contracts – and it will see our services across this sector increase.

“It’s our job to provide help and advice to clients to ensure they invest in a solution that’s fit for purpose – and don’t pay over-the-odds for things they don’t need.”

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