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– G4S announces next step in consultative dialogue

G4S announces next step in consultative dialogue



G4S is pleased to announce the launch of its online Assessment of Capability Exercise (ACE) for potential delivery partners for the Work Programme.

ACE is a brief online questionnaire to gather critical information about potential partners and where they might fit into G4S’s Work Programme model. ACE forms part of G4S’s three-dimensional subcontractor evaluation process. More details of G4S’s Work Programme delivery model, some of their indicative funding models and the ACE questionnaire can be found at

G4S aims to subcontract to high-performing organisations from the public, voluntary and private sectors. Subcontractors will need to demonstrate a strong track record in helping long-term unemployed people and those previously on incapacity benefits into sustained employment. G4S will be subcontracting directly to three key delivery partners: Job Brokers, In Work Partners and Knowledge Bank providers. For a description of what G4S is looking for from these key delivery partners, please go to

If you are interested in delivering with G4S in Scotland, London, East Midlands, South East, North East, North West and/or Yorkshire and the Humber, please complete the appropriate ACE questionnaire:

If you are intending to deliver as both a Job Broker/In Work Partner and as part of our Knowledge Bank, please complete both questionnaires.

Potential delivery partners are asked to complete the questionnaire by 9am on Friday 7th January 2011.

G4S will be answering potential partners’ queries about the ACE questionnaire in their next ‘live event’, which will be held at 10:30am on Thursday 23rd December 2010 on the ‘Events’ page of the G4S website  

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