Kainos said its open source technologies and use of methods would simplify projects, accelerate delivery times and reduce costs.
Kainos, a digital solutions provider, is set to deliver new services for the UK government in efforts to make public services "digital by default", it has been announced.
The services include the Individual Electoral Registration Digital Service for Cabinet Office, a Driver’s Information Enquiry service for DVLA and a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) application and payment service for Defra.
The Belfast-based company said its open source technologies and use of methods would simplify projects, accelerate delivery times and reduce costs.
Nigel Lynas, digital sales lead at Kainos, said: "Our ability to meet the Government’s criteria for affordability and quick results is down to our years of experience of agile development, collaborative project work and open source technology, and our vendor independence.
"By working in partnership with users right from the outset, we are able to ensure that the digital service is intuitive and fit for purpose, de-risking projects and boosting user adoption."
Kainos, founded in 1986, said it is benefiting from G-Cloud, while its introduction of the new Digital Services framework later this year should also open more doors.