Emerging talent consultancy Grayce secures public sector supplier status

Emerging talent organisation Grayce has been awarded preferred supplier status as part of Public Sector Resourcing’s (PSR) Recruit Train Deploy (RTD) service.

According to a report by online news publisher Bdaily, this will enable the business to provide Grayce’s hire, train, deploy and develop solutions to the public sector, ensuring digital transformation is supported, new skills are brought to the public sector and emerging talent is given the spotlight it deserves.

Expanding on its existing public sector capability, the company will provide these organisations with carefully selected Grayce talent, employed by Grayce, and supported through tailored development pathways encompassing digital, data and business skills, while supported by Grayce’s dedicated delivery team and support structure.

Government organisations will have an option to permanently employ Grayce talent directly following completion of their development programme.

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