VIQU Appointed As A RM6277 Crown Commercial Service Supplier

Workers looking at a laptop learning about being a Crown Commercial Service supplier.

We are pleased to announce that VIQU has been named as a Crown Commercial Service supplier for the Non Clinical Staffing framework agreement RM6277.

This framework agreement will replace RM6160, and is part of the NHS Workforce Alliance portfolio.

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2021/22, Crown Commercial Services helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.8 billion – giving excellent value to taxpayers.

All public sector bodies can use RM6277 to contract non clinical staffing services, including:

  • NHS contracting authorities
  • Local government
  • Universities
  • Charities
  • Blue light (emergency) services

The framework agreement RM6277 gives public sector bodies the ability to hire quality candidates regionally and nationally across the UK in a variety of roles including, but not limited to:

  • Administration and secretarial roles
  • Finance, accounts and audit roles
  • IT technicians, analysts, technical engineer specialists and digital workers
  • Legal secretaries, paralegals and lawyers
  • Environmental and scientific roles, for example: EA and senior assistant scientists, technical and clinical coders including health records secretaries
  • Caterers, drivers and security
  • Estates and maintenance roles including general labour and specialist labour such as, electricians and surveyors
  • Managed Service Provider (MSP)

Crown Commercial Services Supplier – Lot 3 ‘IT Professionals’

VIQU has been named as Crown Commerical Services supplier for Lot 3 – ‘IT Professionals’.

This means as a Crown Commercial Service supplier, VIQU is able to assist public sector bodies to contract specialist technical and digital workers, with any of these hiring methods:

  • Temporary staff: a temporary worker employed on an hourly or daily charge rate
  • Fixed term staff: a worker paid through the public sector bodies’ payroll, but with a fixed end date to their employment
  • Nominated worker: a worker who is not currently signed up to an agency supplier

– Public sector bodies can find a supplier to do  the employment checks and put them on the agency payroll for then

  • Output based delivery: this is where a supplier delivers a project to a contracting authority’s specification to meet a set of specific and pre-defined outcomes on a fixed fee basis

As one of only eighty nine Crown Commercial Service suppliers for Lot 3 – ‘IT Professionals’, we are highly enthused and motivated to support public sector bodies in need of IT professionals.

Please contact us here to learn more about the level of support we can facilitate.

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