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SME engagement and the Ministry of Justice

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Fujitsu is targeting Small and Medium Enterprise partners to drive additional value to the Ministry of Justice

Photograph of a handshakeFujitsu are inviting Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to present their interest and demonstrate their suitability for partnering with Fujitsu on Ministry of Justice I.T. contracts.  We may also seek future SME involvement on other government I.T. contracts.

The UK Ministry of Justice (MoJ), as part of their reform agenda, has a strategic objective to increase the participation of  SMEs  in the supply chain.

Fujitsu is fully supportive of the Government’s commitment to increasing SME involvement in the delivery of public services and has a strategic objective to enhance our portfolio through the engagement of SMEs to:
• Drive innovation through the consideration of new, innovative, niche products and services; and
• Deliver additional benefit through the engagement of SMEs that hold specialist knowledge in particular industries or markets;

Fujitsu has made a strategic decision to create opportunities to engage with SME partners with the aim of adding value to Fujitsu’s propositions and in turn delivering tangible benefits to our customers. 

If you feel that your SME has the potential to partner with Fujitsu on government I.T. contracts, including those described above as part of  the Ministry of Justice procurement reforms, then please contact us.

To ensure that Fujitsu Services has a comprehensive understanding of your organisation's abilities please ensure you download and complete our request for information (RFI) document (334 KB). You will also need to download a copy of the Non-Disclosure Agreement (126 KB).


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