Home Office: Employment Agencies:Written question - 223969

Asked by Jon Trickett

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Asked on: 20 February 2019
Home Office
Home Office: Employment Agencies
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, pursuant to the Answer of 18 February 2019 to Question 187307 on Home Office: ICT, if he will publish the agencies used to secure the 352 contingent staff; and how much money his Department spent with each of those agencies in relation to securing staff for the Common Platform programme since the start of that project.
Answered by: Victoria Atkins
Answered on: 28 February 2019

It is not possible to split the 7 members of staff who class as contingent labour into a specific part of the IPT programme as they work across the programme and not one area such as the Common Data platform.

Of the 7 staff the total contract cost applies to each of the following agencies: Badenoch and Clark £577,503.96; Alexander Mann Solutions £520,999.23; Hays Specialist Recruitment £463,058.13; The Artful Recruiter £237,952.00; Reed Specialist Recruitment £280,493.09. Please note this is the total cost of the contract assuming employment to the fixed contract end date.

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