PITO saves £30m in costs

PITO (Police Information Technology Organisation) has helped the police service save up to £30m a year by creating a framework for procuring police vehicles.

Jun 15, 2006
By David Howell

PITO (Police Information Technology Organisation) has helped the police service save up to £30m a year by creating a framework for procuring police vehicles.

PITO has worked in partnership with the National Association of Police Fleet Managers (NAPFM) and the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) to increase the buying power of the police service to enable them to make long-term savings. The framework allows vehicles and spare-parts to be ordered at pre-arranged prices that will give maximum value for money.

Alan Stanmore, Commercial Director at PITO said: “The advantage of the framework arrangement is that no matter what the size of the force fleet, they receive the same discount – offering reductions across the police service. By reducing the supplier base from 20 manufacturers to three, huge discounts and savings have been achieved.”

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