IT specialist wins place on £1.5bn public sector framework

A Northampton-based IT firm has won a place on a £1.5bn framework designed to provide collaborative and bespoke tech solutions to NHS Trusts across the UK.

Kingsfield has been awarded a coveted spot on the North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) Total Technology Solutions Framework for an initial two years with an option to extend. 

The framework was established by the Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

Brian Boys, managing director at Kingsfield, said: “We’re thrilled to have been awarded a place on the single lot framework as part of NOE CPC. We are excited to be able to support the many NHS Trusts who are a part of this framework around the UK, providing them with IT solutions at economically advantageous prices.

“Our place on this framework will help the framework deliver comprehensive, compliant and innovative solutions which, ultimately, will help to save the NHS money over the next two years by offering a range of IT solutions at great value.”

Alison Petrie, senior category manager – technology (ICT) at NOE CPC, added: “We are incredibly proud of the service NOE CPC delivers and the expertise of our team. Our Total Technology Solutions framework agreement offers a comprehensive solution to NHS and public sector organisations ensuring value and compliance. We are delighted when organisations meet the high standards required and are awarded to our frameworks to continue to deliver value across the public sector.”

Kingsfield also provides IT consultancy and support to the Ministry of Defence, the Department for Education and the BBC.

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