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Stellarmann awarded position on Crown Commercial Service’s Digital & Legacy Application Services (DALAS) framework

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Susie Lee-Kilgariff

Group Head of Marketing

We are proud to announce that Stellarmann has been named as one of only five suppliers on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Digital & Legacy Application Services (DALAS) framework Lot4b. 

The framework, set up by CCS in conjunction with HMRC, is a key enabler for HMRC’s digital strategy and its vision to use technology and innovation to become a modern and trusted tax and customs authority.

Suppliers on the framework will also be available to other central government departments and UK public sector bodies, enabling them to access Stellarmann’s services under Lot4b: Specialist Product Configuration Services. Total spend across Lot4 (a&b) is expected to reach £600m over the next five years.

Stellarmann brings recent experience of working with HMRC and deep expertise in the implementation of cloud technologies, such as ServiceNow, SAP, Pega and Power Platform & MS Dynamics. We will now support more public sector organisations on their journeys towards digital transformation, creating value with AI services and becoming less dependent on legacy technologies.

A milestone moment for Stellarmann

“This a milestone moment for Stellarmann”, says Alex Colwell, founder and co-director of Stellarmann. “As a smaller and relatively new organisation, we have been awarded our place on the DALAS framework alongside much larger businesses, and companies that have been on the framework since Phase 1. This will enable us to help public sector organisations implement intelligent and innovative technologies that can drive down costs and improve the experience for their users.
“We are hugely proud to have been awarded onto this framework. It’s testament to the relationship we have built with HMRC, and to our ability to build bespoke delivery teams that take the lead on managing supplier and vendor relationships”, adds Alex.

The robust procurement process resulted in 28 suppliers being named on the DALAS framework across all Lots, in line with CCS’s strategy to reduce an over-reliance on a small number of large suppliers.

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2022/23, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £3.8 billion - supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

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