Defence Digital (ISS) required Design Architecture, Innovation and Defence Assurance, and Information Security teams to grow an innovative new service to Defence, Architecting/Designing and guaranteeing artefacts on existing projects and programmes, as well as security architecture and information assurance.

DDS needed teams which had:

  • Defence/Security experience across Base/Fixed, Deployed, Tactical/Battlespace, and/or Above Secret/Intelligence domains
  • Breadth of understanding through lifecycle architectural modelling, from enterprise and business views, through information, high/low level solution and technology views and service definition
  • Proven experience of security assurance, accreditation and verification/validation of design artefacts and physical systems designs
  • Solution architecture & Engineering management of design and testing experience
  • TOGAF/Archimatev3.0 Experienced/Certified


Working closely with our design leads, we provided expert advice, assisting in the creation and review of deliverables and assurance artefacts across numerous competencies (Innovation – Architects in new/emerging technologies, User Experience Designers, DevOps Developer/Testers and Web Designer/Developers; Architecture – Enterprise, Solution, Business, Information, Network, Security, Communications, Infrastructure, Cloud, Applications Architects).

We provided design consultants and a large team of automation cloud engineers for NSOIT(D) and other areas within Defence Digital working on Data Centre Design (facilities and hardware, Infrastructure architecture, LAN/WAN, firewalls, VOIP, Cloud, End User Services and Collaboration tools).


Our supply of Suitably Qualified and Experienced Persons (SQEP) supplemented the MoD core teams with the right consultant at the right grade, who were technical and cultural fits, as well as quicker and better value than other suppliers.

Our consultants, who already had an in-depth knowledge of the Defence Digital technology, were able to deliver high quality services from day one. They also had experience across government and private sectors which meant they could introduce innovative ways of working and knowledge share beyond the end date of the contract, providing real value added to the MOD.

We achieved the highest score of 4.7 out of 5 in the DefDig contract LFE for successful delivery, stakeholder engagement, partnership, transparency and communication across all Design as a Service (DaaS) CCT412 tasks from 2017 to 2020.

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