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Amey and ISS included on key government framework

Amey Secure Infrastructure and ISS have both been named as suppliers on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Facilities Management & Workplace Services framework.

Under the framework Amey, who already provides strategic facilities management and project services for a range of clients such as the NHS, Ministry of Defence and the Ministry of Justice, will have the opportunity to tender for contracts across a range of government departments and public sector organisations who are seeking support with services such as workplace facilities management, maintenance, security, and cleaning. 

Amey Secure Infrastructure Managing Director, Craig McGilvray, commented: “Our people have an unrivalled understanding of the public sector, and they use this knowledge to deliver a service that can be trusted. We team this with an ability to strategically advise our customers on the prevalent issues of today – such as Net Zero and digital transformation. We are looking forward to working with a new range of customers to help transform their public estates.”

ISS Mediclean Limited also listed against six lots covering TFM, hard services and soft services and ISS Facility Services Limited listed against the remaining three lots covering the same services.

This is the fourth consecutive facilities framework opportunity ISS has been included in by the CCS. The recent market agreement, effective from 9 June, has an FTS value of £35 billion.

Liz Benison, CEO, ISS UK&I, said: “Demonstrating our ability to provide quality services across all levels of the agreement gives us a unique opportunity to help public bodies achieve savings whilst investing in their futures. ISS is extremely proud to be included in the framework and we look forward to partnering with the CCS, Government and UK public sector bodies for a further four years.”

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2020/21, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.04 billion – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

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