Wylie & Bisset remains sole independent Scottish accountant on purchasing framework for education sector
Glasgow-based Wylie & Bisset remains the sole independent Scottish accountancy practice on the CPC purchasing framework for the education sector following its reappointment for the next four-year term.
CPC is a purchasing consortium that produces EU-tendered purchasing frameworks for the UK’s further education colleges/institutions, universities, sixth forms, academies, schools, museums and other similar organisations.
The firm’s successful submission for the provision of both internal and external audit services improves upon its previous successful CPC submission four years ago.
Graham Gillespie, partner at Wylie & Bisset, said: “We are delighted to once again secure a position on this tender framework for all lots that we tendered for – and particularly pleased to record an improvement in the positioning of our submission four years previously, finishing between first and third across the various lots compared to fourth previously, and securing maximum points for quality.
“This latest appointment means that we can continue to add uninterrupted value to the education sector throughout the UK through the provision of internal and external audit services – the only independent Scottish accountancy practice on this framework to do so.”
Wylie & Bisset’s retention to the framework marks the third time in succession it has been appointed, with its representation dating back to 2012. The CPC purchasing framework comprises 7000 members and total spend through CPC frameworks during the last academic year reached almost £200m.
For further information please contact Graham Gillespie on 0141 566 7000
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Date: 8 Dec20