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Serco Group plc (‘Serco’ or ‘the Group’), announces that it has today reached agreement with the Australian Government to amend the terms of its contract to provide in-service support to the fleet of Armidale Class Patrol Boats (ACPB). The main changes agreed are:
Serco Group plc (Serco), the international service company, announces that its wholly-owned subsidiary DMS Maritime Pty Ltd (DMS Maritime), has been selected as preferred tenderer for the Design, Build, Operation and Maintenance (DBOM) of a new research and supply icebreaker vessel for the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) of the Department of the Environment. Formal contract negotiations have recently commenced and are expected to conclude in early 2016.
RESTON, VIRGINIA – October 22, 2015 – Serco Inc., a provider of professional, technology, and management services, announced today that the Company has been awarded a contract to support the U.S. Navy Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS) as they focus on better aligning their personnel resources. This new, five year contract has a one-year base period and four one-year option periods, with a total value of $15.4 million, if all options are exercised.
After receiving glowing reports from customers throughout 2015, Northern Rail’s Knutsford station team have been recognised as Rail Team of the Year at the annual RailStaff Awards.
Canterbury City Council’s environmental service partner, Serco is welcoming new applications from local charities, community or voluntary groups for its Waste Collection Guarantee (WCG) Fund. Organisations have until midnight on Sunday 18 October to apply for a share of the total £30,000 on offer over the next two years.
Serco’s three-year contract to deliver community health services in Suffolk on behalf of the NHS comes to close today, when the service is handed over to a new Consortium made up of West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust and Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust. Despite some initial operational challenges Serco is proud to hand over a safe and high-performing service, arguably one of the best in the country.
Ellesmere Port was named the most enhanced station building at the Association of Community Rail Partnerships awards in Torquay last week, coming second in the ‘innovation category’. Orrell Park was in third place in the best station garden category, the second time in a fortnight that this station has scooped an award.
Serco’s Marine Services team in Greenock has raised over £1,000 for charity following a family fundraising day on-board SD Oronsay last month. The money collected from bucket donations and a prize raffle will be split between two charities: Help for Heroes and Euan’s Cause.
Tens of thousands of people travel to Scotland's capital to see the world's best performers each year. but now the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is joining them on the journey.
Serco has secured a five-year extension to its contract at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) to provide a range of facility management services. The extension, which runs from August 2015 to August 2021, has a total value of £85 million over the five years.
Ten charities from across the London Borough of Havering have shared a £10,000 donation from Serco, the council’s waste collection and recycling company, as part of its commitment to the local community.
The ten local charities are:
People living with long-term conditions can be supported to have a better life with the help of community matrons and joined-up care, a Suffolk study has shown.
|Six months ended 30 June||2015||2014(3)|
|Operating Profit Before Exceptional Items||£59.8m||£57.5m|
|EPS Before Exceptional Items (basic)||2.89p||5.41p|
|Dividend Per Share||-||3.10p|
|Free Cash Flow||(£77.5m)||£49.7m|
|Net Debt (including that for assets and liabilities held for sale)||£290.3m||£580.8m|
Note 1: Revenue is as defined under IFRS. Adjustments are no longer made to include Serco’s share of revenue from its joint ventures.
Note 2: Trading Profit is defined as IFRS Operating Profit adjusted for (i) amortisation and impairment of intangibles arising on acquisition and (ii) exceptional items. Adjustments are no longer made to exclude Serco’s share of joint venture tax and interest, management estimation of charges related to UK Government reviews or transaction-related costs.
Note 3: Prior period adjustments have been made to reflect the restatement of certain financial instruments; the impact of fair value movements now taken to the income statement rather than reserves increased pre-tax profit measures by £18.2m; fair value movements are still taken to reserves in the latest period.
People cared for by Suffolk Community Healthcare, which is run by Serco on behalf of the NHS, have once again given the service a vote of confidence, with 99 per cent of those surveyed saying they would recommend it.
Serco Inc., a provider of professional, technology, and management services, announced today that the Company has been awarded a new task order with the United States Navy, supporting the Space and Naval Systems Warfare Systems Center Atlantic. The nine-month task order is valued at $13 million.
Serco has appointed Arran Aromatics, Scotland’s leading provider of luxury hair and body products, to create a collection of toiletries for the new Caledonian Sleeper service.
Influential figures from across the UK’s textiles industry have travelled in style on board the Caledonian Sleeper to this year’s Edinburgh International Fashion Festival.
A new degree-level apprenticeship in management developed by a group of 40 employers and universities, headed by Serco, has been given the green light today by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills.
The Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship is aimed at boosting the number of professional managers in the UK and at driving productivity and business growth.
It is with great sadness that we can confirm that our colleague, Lorraine Barwell, a Prison Custody Officer, who was seriously assaulted on 29 June by a man at Blackfriars Crown Court has died from her injuries. Lorraine was attacked in the Court, while she was working with other team members preparing to escort a prisoner between the court and a waiting van which was parked inside the court yard. She was treated at the scene before being taken to the Royal London hospital by London's Air Ambulance.