Three shortlisted for MoD infra partner

22 August 2012 Three consortia have been shortlisted for the contract to manage the defence estate more efficiently.
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) – the MoD’s property and services division – is seeking a team to become the private sector infrastructure partner for the Ministry of Defence (MoD).
 
The three teams shortlisted are:
  • Telereal Trillium, KPMG and Mace;
  • Serco, DTZ and Bechtel;
  • Capita, URS and PA Consulting

An invitation to negotiate will be issued to the three consortia in the next few weeks, with a preferred bidder due to be selected next summer.

“Our search for a strategic business partner is expected to extend the capability of the DIO further by allowing it access to private sector skills and innovation,” said Defence Secretary Philip Hammond.

“This is an example of where the private sector can add significant value in working with the public sector through a long-term strategic partnering arrangement to deliver benefits for both parties.”

This page was last updated on:
18 October 2014.

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