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Upcoming contract: Public Sector Resourcing (Temporary Staffing)

Upcoming contract: Public Sector Resourcing (Temporary Staffing)

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The Crown Commercial Service is planning a new framework agreement for temporary staffing to replace the existing ‘Contingent Labour One’ framework which will come to an end in June 2018.

About the contract

The current framework contract is split into three lots managed by Capita, Brook Street and Hays respectively.

The spend through Contingent Labour One (2013 - 2016) was:

  • Lot 1 Interim Managers and Specialist Contractors (Capita): £468m

  • Lot 2 Administrative an...





Back to Business… a focus on Deloitte

Back to Business… a focus on Deloitte

Ian Makgill

Deloitte is the largest professional services company in the world and one of the big four accountancy firms. So what does its public sector business look like? These slides show how much it has grown over the past five years.

Deloitte’s presence in government has grown significantly in the past five years, from £50m in 2012. to £73m in 2016. This is an increase of 32%, an average of 6.5% annual growth. While  turnover is increasing across both central and lo...





How to find tender opportunities (free or paid)

How to find tender opportunities (free or paid)

Ian Makgill

Here we review all of the available tools for searching for tenders in the UK and beyond. (Hey, we know we’re biased, but we think that we can still do a good job of representing the market).


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How are the outsourcing giants faring?

How are the outsourcing giants faring?

Ian Makgill

Capita up, Capgemini down: Is the market still strong?

We’ve used the open spend data published by government bodies for calendar years 2012 to 2016, available as of March 2017, to create a comprehensive picture of the growing  IT professional services market in the public sector.

The market is growing by an average of 5% a year and spend across government now averages around £50m a month. The rise is due to the increase in spending with key suppliers in central government,...






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