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Comensura joins Crown Commercial Services framework for supply of non-medical, non-clinical staff

Comensura, a temporary labour supply management specialist is pleased to announce it has recently been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) framework for the supply of non-medical, non-clinical (NMNC) temporary and fixed term staff.

Comensura successfully tendered for Lot 1 on the framework, for a neutral vendor managed service for the procurement of non-medical and non-clinical staff for NHS organisations. This framework agreement will enable NHS organisations to call off directly with Comensura to manage the supply of temporary staff, interims and contractors in any white or blue collar role from the most junior to the most senior, including board level roles.

As a neutral vendor managed service provider, Comensura will provide NHS organisations with its technology to give them 100% visibility and control of expenditure on temporary staff. Through effective contract management and its sourcing strategy using a supply chain of specialist recruitment agencies, Comensura will meet the temporary staffing needs of NHS organisations.

Jamie Horton, Managing Director of Comensura, said: “We’re delighted to join the CCS framework. We have proven experience of managing the supply of temporary staff to public sector organisations to give them a cost effective flexible workforce. The NHS relies heavily on the non-medical workforce help run the hospitals and support doctors and nursing teams deliver first rate care to patients.”

CCS works with both departments and organisations across the whole of the public sector to ensure maximum value is extracted from every commercial relationship and improve the quality of service delivery. CCS NMNC framework provides healthcare organisations with a compliant and cost-effective route to their temporary or permanent staffing requirements.

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