Professional Cost Management Group (PCMG), part of the Inspired PLC Group, has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Debt Resolution Services Framework (RM6226).
PCMG secured its position on the framework to help public sector organisations, as well as private organisations acting as managing agents — access to their forensic Energy, Water & Telecoms Cost Recovery Audits. Public bodies include:
- Local authorities
- Higher and further education
- Emergency services
- Registered charities
- Central government
Andrew Stubbs, Director: Compliance & Reporting, said:
We’re thrilled that PCMG has secured a place on such a coveted framework. It’s brilliant news for all public sector clients, to be able to access PCMG’s world-class experience and expertise. Congratulations to all the team for all their hard work and success!”
What is the Debt Resolution Services Framework?
The framework is designed to bring together a range of debt collection and data services into a single commercial agreement. CCS supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. CCS helped the public sector achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.04 billion in 2020/2021 — supporting world-class public services that offer the best value for taxpayers.
The framework runs for four years, starting in December 2021, and replaces the now expired Spend Analysis & Recovery Services II framework (RM3820).
PCMG is proud to have been selected in:
- Lot 17 – Spend Analytics and Recovery Services (Utilities Spend Recovery Review)
- Lot 18 – Spend Analytics and Recovery Services (Telecoms Spend Recovery Review)
James Paine, PCMG Director – Business Development, commented:
It’s a fantastic achievement and a true reflection of the great success we’ve already demonstrated across the public sector for the last 25 years. As the UK’s leaders in utility and telecoms Cost Recovery Audits, this framework will allow our team of experience analysts to showcase our expertise and continue recovering millions in much needed refunds and savings back to the public sector”.
For more information on the DRS Framework, visit: https://www.crowncommercial.gov.uk/agreements/RM6226.