INTAPEOPLE WIN PLACE
INTAPEOPLE WIN PLACE ON BUYING SOLUTIONS FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT FOR THE NHS
IntaPeople has been awarded a place on a prestigious framework agreement. The Non-Medical, Non-Clinical Resources framework agreement is available to the NHS and wider public sector. As Waless leading independent consultancy, IntaPeople will now be able to supply non-medical and non-clinical staff to over 450 Trusts throughout England and Wales with immediate effect.
Following a stringent tendering process Cardiff-based IntaPeople successfully fought off competition from some ofthe UKs biggest consultancies to win the right to supply business-critical staff through this framework agreement. The agreement is managed by Buying Solutions the largest procurement body for UK public services that unifies the former NHS PASA (National Health Service Purchase and Supply Agency) which was transferred to Buying Solutions in October 2009.
Justin Gyphion, In-house Counsel and Principal Consultant at IntaPeople, said: The award of a place on the framework agreement is an immense achievement for IntaPeople and is recognition of our proven ability to consistently supply high quality staff across a range of key business areas within the NHS, such as Primary Care Trusts, Acute Trusts, and Mental Health Trusts.
Whilst the NHS will be a major challenge in itself we also hope to make inroads into other public sector organisations such as local government bodies and council as more public services gradually become aware of the Buying Solutions Framework Agreement over time, he added.
IntaPeople already supply staff to a number of leading public sector organisations, including the Welsh Assembly Government and the BBC and their appointment to the framework agreement will firmly position IntaPeople as Waless leading recognised public sector supplier and increase their credibility within one of the most competitive industry sectors.
We have been working hard to improve as a company continuously and we now have systems in place to address a range of critical considerations, such as environmental issues, equality and diversity issues, for instance, said Mr Gyphion.
We are also extremely competitive on price and have a state of the art candidate database, as well as glowing recommendations from contacts within both public and private sector organisations, he adds.
This latest award follows a period of continued growth and expansion for IntaPeople that has seen the consultancy defy the doom and gloom that has overshadowed much of the recruitment sector over the last twelve months with a series of moves that have firmly established them as Waless leading independent consultancy.
Indeed, the last years has seen IntaPeople expand its Executive & Interim Management division, relocate to one of the Welsh capitals most prestigious office developments, increase staffing levels, and become a Finalist for the illustrious Fast Growth 50 award an award the recognises the fastest growing companies in Wales.