The partnership aims to streamline digital processes for the public sector entities
Google Cloud has entered into an agreement with the Central Dutch Government to provide the Dutch public sector with Google Workspace’s suite of tools and offerings.
The new agreement will see a multicloud adoption of Google Workspace tools for Central Dutch public sector entities, including government departments.
Joris Schoonis, Managing Director Benelux, Google Cloud, said: “This is a milestone for Google Cloud’s relationship with the Central Dutch Government, as we see the results of the DPIAs come to fruition.
“We’ve designed Google Workspace products and solutions, including Google Workspace for Education, to secure and protect the privacy of our customers’ data. Our tools will empower the Dutch public sector, while adhering to strict security and privacy requirements.”
The aim of this agreement is to allow the Central Dutch public sector entities to leverage the whole suite of Google Workspace tools in order to streamline digital processes. Tools such as Chat, Docs, Meet, and Sheets will help Dutch citizens navigate new hybrid-working environments.
“We are also looking forward to supporting greater choice and flexibility for public sector entities and are already doing so for education institutions across the Netherlands, providing access to innovative solutions, with cutting-edge security and greater resiliency,” continued Schoonis.
This agreement is the latest milestone in an ongoing relationship between the Central Dutch Government and Google Cloud.
This news follows Google Cloud’s recent Business Messages partner list expansion.