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LPP and CCS collaborate to improve compliance and reduce costs of non-medical non-clinical temporary staff

LPP and CCS collaborate to improve compliance and reduce costs of non-medical non-clinical temporary staff

Compliantly sourcing temporary staff and managing the cost of those staff are challenges for the NHS - and NHS London Procurement Partnership (LPP) and Crown Commercial Service (CCS) are collaborating on the promotion of a framework to support the NHS in meeting that challenge when it comes to non-medical and non-clinical support staff.

21-08-17    Agency

Five more categories added to Apprenticeship Training Providers DPS

Five more categories added to Apprenticeship Training Providers DPS

From August 2017, a further five categories have been added to the scope of the Apprenticeship Training Providers DPS.

26-07-17    Estates Facilities

LPP's Edward James is made a CIPS Fellow

Edward James, Senior Workstream Lead for Estates and Facilities and Professional Services, at NHS London Procurement Partnership, has been made a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply.

12-07-17    Estates Facilities

Robust, compliant DPS for apprenticeship training providers is available

LPP’s Apprenticeship Training Providers DPS ensures quality of suppliers and a robust process in full compliance with the Public Contract Regulations (PCR) 2015.

11-07-17    Estates Facilities

CPP working to deliver best practice in NHS procurement

Following the success of the first three collaborative frameworks created for the NHS (Total Orthopaedic Solutions, Total Cardiology Solutions, and the National Clinical Staffing framework) the NHS Collaborative Procurement Partnership (NHS CPP) is due to launch four more frameworks in 2017.

21-02-17    LPP

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