Hogg Robinson secures two new government deals

David Radcliffe, CEO of Hogg Robinson Group. Picture: PA
David Radcliffe, CEO of Hogg Robinson Group. Picture: PA
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Travel management firm Hogg Robinson Group (HRG) has been awarded two government contracts, by the Ministry of Defence and the Scottish Government.

The MoD deal, worth a potential £120 million a year, sees the firm retain the ministry’s travel account, covering domestic and international journeys. It will run for three years with a one-year extension opportunity.

Meanwhile, the firm has been appointed as travel management company to the Scottish procurement travel services framework, with similar contract time frames.

Hogg said its staff would play a “significant part” in delivering a service across Scotland’s public sector organisations that was “both uncompromising and cost effective”.

Chief executive David Radcliffe added: “When it comes to the good management of global government business, ours is a proven track record. Our newest government client will quickly reap the benefits of working with HRG.”