Central and local government are looking for IT services that can help them manage contracting budgets and resources in the face of growing demand for services from the public. Cost efficiency and value continue to be high on the agenda.
At all levels IT needs to deliver high-quality user experience for employees and citizens across geographies and organisational boundaries, while building for a sustainable future.
How Phoenix supports the central and local government sector
How do you choose the right IT solutions and provider to create excellent services with clear value? Our professional services team can help determine what your needs are for today and tomorrow, and create a strategy to turn vision into reality
Hosted management and cloud solutions can give you access to advanced infrastructure for excellent service delivery, at predictable costs without extra capital expenditure. As an end-to-end managed services provider, we can help you migrate to your chosen solutions. Our state-of-the-art data centres provide the resilience, security and energy-efficiency that your business demands.
We'll help you control and maintain your own infrastructure and desktop to minimise risk and manage costs throughout the IT lifecycle. We'll work with you to build a resilient network infrastructure, and provide the office and IT business continuity capability to ensure your services are always available.
We're well positioned to meet your requirements in a solutions provider. As an approved supplier within the UK Government Procurement Service for IT Managed Services we can be trusted to deliver high-quality solutions faster. Our 1,300 field staff are fully background-checked and security accredited. Our ISO and BSI accreditations include quality management ISO9001:2008, environmental management ISO140001:2004, business continuity management BS25999-2:2007, IT service management ISO/IEC20000-1:2005 and information security management systems ISO/IEC27001:2005. Our business continuity and IT services can help public sector organisations to meet their obligations under the Civil Contingencies Act.