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Council Services:

The Future Delivery of Support Services

Lincolnshire County Council’s current contract with Mouchel to deliver key support functions ends in March 2015.

The services in the current contract include IMT, Finance, People Management, Property and Catering. The Council is currently undertaking a number of activities to deliver these services in different ways from April 2015.

Updates

Corporate Support Services

The Council has signed the Corporate Support Services Contract with Serco. This contract will include IMT, Finance and People Management, the CSC and aspects of Business Support that support these services.

Property

The pre-qualification stage of our property procurement has been completed. Six companies will be invited to submit a final tender. For more information please refer to the press release in the downloads section.

Pensions Administration

Please note, the Council has decided to explore the option of partnering with another Local Government Pension Fund to provide our Pensions Administration Service when our current contract comes to an end in March 2015. This option is being pursued in preference to running a tendering exercise. Following the evaluation of proposals submitted, our preferred partner is West Yorkshire Pension Fund and we are currently working with them to finalise our agreement.

Health & Safety

The Council has also decided to insource its Health and Safety Service when the current contract comes to an end in March 2015. Following a detailed evaluation this option is also being pursued in preference to running a tendering exercise.

Contacts

  • Future Delivery of Support Services Team

    County Offices

    Newland

    Lincoln

    LN 1YL

    Tel: 01522 555 219

    Email: FDSSP@lincolnshire.gov.uk

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Last updated: 16 May 2014

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