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Russell Webster

Criminal Justice & substance misuse expert and author of this blog.

1st stage successful Transforming Rehabilitation bidders announced

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The Ministry of Justice today (19 December 2013) announced the names of the 30 successful organisations who have cleared the PQQ stage of the Transforming Rehabilitation competition for the new probation contracts. The main newsworthy topics are the withdrawal of G4S and Serco from the competition, there is no official comment on whether they were pushed or jumped themselves and the inclusion of 11 potential Probation Service Mutuals in the list.

The Ministry of Justice today (19 December 2013) announced the names of the 30 successful organisations who have cleared the PQQ stage of the Transforming Rehabilitation competition for the new probation contracts.

The main newsworthy topics are the withdrawal of G4S and Serco from the competition, there is no official comment on whether they were pushed or jumped themselves and the inclusion of 11 potential Probation Service Mutuals in the list.

It’s not clear to me the other three bidders who failed to clear the PQQ hurdle.

The full list is:

Bidder namePartners include
A4E
ARCC LtdFabrick Housing; the Wise Group; Safe in Tees Valley; Tees Esk and Wear Valleys Foundation Trust; the Vardy Foundation; Changing Lives in the North East CIC (potential Durham Tees Valley staff Mutual) ; Stockton Borough Council; Darlington Borough Council
Aspire2 Change Ltd (Essex Probation Trust potential Mutual)
Capita Plc
Chalk Ventures LtdA4e Ltd; Bridges Ventures LLP; Co:here (potential Kent Surrey Sussex staff Mutual)
Crime Reduction Initiatives Ltd
CRR Partnership LtdCarillion Plc, Reed in Partnership Ltd; Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust (RAPt)
EOS Works Ltd
GEODeltaGeo Group UK Ltd; Delta Rehabilitation Ltd (potential Humberside staff Mutual)
GMCSodexoSodexo; Greater Manchester and Cheshire Staff Group (potential Greater Manchester and Cheshire Staff Mutual)
Hampshire Rehabilitation ServicesHampshire County Council; Altered Images Management Ltd (potential Hampshire Probation Trust Staff Mutual)
Home Group Ltd
Ingeus UKIngeus UK; St Giles Trust; Crime Reduction Initiatives (CRI)
Innovo (CLM) LtdInnovo (CLM) (potential Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside staff Mutual); The Manchester College
Interserve Investments Ltd
Home Group and Mercia Community ActionHome Group; Mercia Community Action (Mercia Community Action is a CLG comprising a potential mutual of staff from West Mercia and Warwickshire Probation Trust and Willowdene Rehabilitation)
Momentis and Home GroupHome Group; Momentis (potential Mutual including Leicestershire and Rutland Probation Trust staff)
MTC AmeyMTC (UK) Ltd; Amey Community Ltd
Northern Inclusion Consortium LtdDISC; The Cyrenians; Groundwork NE; Mental Health Concern; Spectrum Community Health CIC
Pertemps People Development Group
Prospects Services
Prospects Resolutions LtdProspects Services; Resolutions Ltd (potential West Yorkshire staff mutual)
Seetec Business Technology Centre Ltd
Sentinel Offender Services Ltd
Shaw TrustShaw Trust; (potential involvement of Dorset Devon and Cornwall staff mutual)
Sodexo UK & Ireland
The GEO Group UK Ltd
The Manchester College
The Rehabilitation CompanyCatch 22 Ltd; Turning Point; Williams Lea (division of DHL)
Working Links

The next stage of the competition is the “Invitation to Negotiate” which will, presumably, start early in 2014.

See the competition timeline here.

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