Edenred has been appointed as a supplier of choice for employee benefits to the UK public sector on a new buying framework managed by the Crown Commercial Service.

Edenred will be the only provider offering services across all six categories on the new public sector buying framework for employee benefits, reward and recognition which goes live today.

The Employee Benefits & Services framework (RM6273) gives organisations from every part of the UK public sector a straightforward route to select and appoint a supplier for a wide range of employee benefits products.


Edenred has won a place on each of the six lots which cover Managed Services (EEP) Reward & Recognition, Financial Wellbeing, Cycle to Work, Childcare & Payroll Giving, Technology & Smartphones.


This means government departments, local authorities, schools, FE colleges, universities, blue-light services and arms-length public sector organisations will all be able to join over 900 public sector clients who currently use Edenred’s employee benefits, rewards and recognition solutions.


Colin Hodgson, sales director, Edenred UK said:


“We’re delighted that the strength and quality of our solutions for the public sector have been recognised and to emerge as the only supplier across all lots on this prestigious buying framework.


Edenred has an unparalleled track record in supplying employee benefits and recognition solutions to organisations across public sector and we are delighted to extend that partnership.

With over 20 year’s experience of working with public sector employers we’ve built a bespoke set of solutions which meet the specific needs of public sector buyers and the way their organisations work.

Our easy-to-implement digital and accessible platforms ensure our clients can quickly get up-and-running, providing their employees with a comprehensive suite of benefits and services, to meet all challenges, whether that be retention, talent attraction, engagement or motivation.

The choice and flexibility in the products on offer achieve consistently high satisfaction ratings from both our clients and their employees.”

The new framework will go live on 26 May 2023.