JPMorgan’s Treasury Services business has signed the UK Government Payment Card (GPC3) framework contract with Buying Solutions, the national procurement partner for UK public services. The bank has been selected as a supplier of commercial card solutions to the UK public sector.
Jim Parkinson, head of payment cards at Buying Solutions, said: “Buying Solutions is looking forward to working with JPMorgan and our other service providers on the new payment solutions framework agreement to enable the public sector to deliver greater savings and maximise efficiency through innovative payment solutions.”
The official framework commences on 1 February 2010.
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