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DH prepared to give £1.6m to NHS Employers

6th May 2010

HSJ reports that it has seen documents indicating the Department of Health was prepared to give NHS Employers up to £1.6m as compensation for not bidding to run the NHS Jobs website.

The journal says correspondence between senior staff at the NHS Confederation, of which NHS Employers is a part, says the DH feared a “conflict of interest” if NHS Employers bid for the NHS Jobs tender while continuing to receive £18m a year for representing the department in employment negotiations.

 

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Article Information

Title: DH prepared to give £1.6m to NHS Employers
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 14798
Date Added: 6th May 2010

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