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Serco Group

Serco House
16, Bartley Wood Business Park
Bartley Way
Hook, Hampshire
RG27 9UY

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Serco employee appointed lead governor at Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Serco employee, and Unison convenor, Terry Davies has been appointed as the Lead Foundation Governor for the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals (NNUH) Foundation Trust


EXCLUSIVE Margaret Hodge tells PFM her thoughts on the state of outsourcing

In an exclusive interview with PFM, chair of the public accounts committee, Margaret Hodge, explains why senior civil servants need to start taking seriously the responsibility for the delivery of contracted out public services


Serco launches new HABC qualification

Representatives from Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance (HABC) joined staff and dignitaries as Serco-run HMP Kilmarnock welcomed Group CEO Rupert Soames to the prison to congratulate trainees on being the first nationally to complete a new training programme


Can Serco turn its fortunes around?

It's been another tough year for Serco, Britain's biggest provider of outsourced government services. Here's why competitors shouldn't gloat at its misfortunes.


Can the 'Blues Brothers' turn Serco around?

You'd be forgiven for thinking that Rupert Soames, Serco's CEO, sees his partnership with his new finance director, Angus Cockburn, as a sort of David Cameron-George Osborne double-act, designed to change Serco's fortunes much as Cameron-Osborne led the UK out of recession


PFM AWARDS 2014: Meet the Partners in Healthcare finalists

The three finalists in the Partners in Healthcare category are OCS with Ashford and St Peter's Hospital Trust; Serco with Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Foundation Trust; and Vinci Facilities with Whiston and St Helen's Hospitals Foundation Trust


BSA publishes health report

The Business Services Association (BSA) has published a major new health report: Towards a better patient experience


'G4S CFO buys 50,000 shares'

Himanshu Raju, chief financial officer for G4S, has bought 50,000 shares in a show of support for the security outsourcer, according to a report in the Sunday Times



Government outsourcer Serco has finally had a spate of good news - hardly surprising since matters could hardly have gotten worse after its nightmarish 2013. It's bagged Rupert Soames as its new CEO, taken on three prominent non-executives, and seen its share price jump 10% on news of Soames' appointment.


'Rupert Soames wanted Serco top job'

Rupert Soames, the Aggreko head poached by Serco to become its CEO, personally phoned Serco's head-hunters to offer himself for the top job, according to the Telegraph. "I am approaching 54 and reckon I have one more big job in me," Soames is reported to have said. 


Could Chris Grayling's attack on G4S backfire?

In the wake of the tagging scandal in which G4S and its rival Serco were accused of overcharging government by tens of millions of pounds for tagging and monitoring offenders since 2005, some are predicting a fallout between justice secretary Chris Grayling and Ashley Almanza, the new G4S boss. But others suggest Grayling's attack on its service providers could backfire on Government.


Serco Inc announces excellence award as UK tagging storm grows

Labour joins the chorus calling for 'immediate action' against Serco and G4S for allegedly charging government for electronic tagging of people in prison, abroad or even, in a few cases, dead. But Serco - in the form of its US branch - is having none of it, responding on Twitter with news of an award it has claimed for outstanding achievement.


Serco extends support services in Hertfordshire

Serco has signed a new contract with Hertfordshire County Council to deliver a strategic partnership which will save £ms, improve services across the county and the delivery of FM to its estate.


Serco awarded £140m Plymouth Hospitals services contract

Serco's contract is for seven years with an option to extend for a further three, and is valued at around £140m over the full 10 years


Serco acquires occupational health specialists, Grosvenor Group

Serco Group announces today that it has acquired the total business of the UK’s leading independent occupational health service company, the Grosvenor Group. The purchase represents a major step towards Serco’s goal of becoming the UK’s leading provider of managed health services.


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