Warwickshire County Council to build online platform for public consultations
Local authority picks G-Cloud supplier Delib for three-year contract
Warwickshire County Council has kicked off a three-year contract to create and deliver an online platform for public consultations.
The council used the government’s Digital Marketplace to agree a deal with Bristol-based firm Delib, a “for-profit social venture” featured on the G-Cloud 9 framework which specialises in public consultations. The company has been tasked with “the supply and ongoing provision of a web-based platform for consultation activities”.
The contract, which is worth an estimated £25,000, came into effect on 1 October and runs for three years.
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