Tiny Medical Apps has been certified under the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G-Cloud 12 Procurement Framework to deliver cloud software.  This means that customers in the UK public sector can now use the Government’s Digital Marketplace to buy our Digital Health Passport, a Personal Health Record (PHR) app for children and young people with long term conditions.

G-Cloud 12

The G-Cloud Framework allows public sector bodies in the UK (including the NHS, central government and local authorities) to procure commodity-based, pay-as-you-go cloud services on government-approved, short-term contracts through an online catalogue called the Digital Marketplace.

Tiny Medical Apps has been listed as a certified supplier under the Cloud Software category allowing us to provide the Digital Health Passport (DHP) as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), hosted in the cloud and accessed over the internet.

Benefits of G-Cloud

Utilising the G-Cloud Framework via the Digital Marketplace enables customers to search for, assess and buy Cloud services, software and support efficiently and effectively.

Save costs

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.  Organisations can easily search for solutions they are interested in on the Digital Marketplace, contact potential suppliers and start working with them in just a matter of days.  This provides significant and sustainable cost savings.

Easier purchasing

Buying cloud technology can be an overwhelming and time consuming process.  G-Cloud allows Direct Award which means that, if you follow the complete buying process, you can purchase our products without needing to run a full tender or competition procurement process.


The G-Cloud Framework is an OJEU (Official Journal of the European Union) compliant route to market.  To join the G-Cloud, Tiny Medical Apps has been carefully evaluated during the tender process.  The G-Cloud pre-agreed terms and conditons offer customers contractual safeguards.

Matt Bourne, Chief Technology Officer at Tiny Medical Apps, said:

Together with the LPP framework this marks another milestone for Tiny Medical Apps and the Digital Health Passport allowing us to serve organisations across local government, central government and other public sector customers as well as our core NHS partners. Our presence on G-Cloud 12 confirms our Digital Health Passport cloud software adheres to strict government-set standards.”

Buying the Digital Health Passport Through G-Cloud

Details of how to buy services on the Digital Marketplace can be found in the G-Cloud Buyers’ Guide.