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Published 17 January 2018
Many NHS organisations have services provided by Carillion and will be concerned as to the next steps. The government has given assurances around the continuity of public sector contracts and in the case of NHS organisations who have contracts with Carillion for services such as catering and cleaning, that is likely to mean that the services will be brought back in house pending any decision whether to go to the market for a subsequent outsource contractor, continue in-house longer term and/or establish a shared service with other public sector organisations.
Key principles to bear in mind when deciding next steps include:
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