Lockheed Martin has added information technology service integration and management to its cloud computing offerings for the U.K. government under the country’s G-Cloud program.
The G-Cloud 3 framework agreement succeeds the previous G-Cloud 2 program and the company will offer the services through its solutions-as-a-service portfolio, Lockheed said Monday.
Through the SolaS portfolio, the company provides virtual desktop infrastructures and other email and collaboration tools to government organizations.
Agencies can also acquire computing, storage, consulting and brokering services from Lockheed.
The U.K. government aims to acquire end-to-end IT services through a multi-vendor sourcing model that includes architecture design, service desk and information management reports.